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OUR FASHION LETTER.
Some Hints That Will Aid In
the Selection of Gloves.
TONGUE T01 COATS FASlItONABIill
Cmbrtflitereil Lingerie Still tn High
' t'soor I.lnen Mieettnir Grcnllr In
Demand Vat SulU Unfiled l.avrn
I'ctilcunld.
All experienced snleswoninn rIvcs
those lilula about selecting gloves:
"Tlio l)DHt plan Is to test the kid by
stretching It. Take tlio Ride seams be
tween the (hiunljH and iltiRerH and pull.
If the kid In soft and pliable, the porcn
small) even and not especially notice
ahlo and tlio rIovo Immediately takes
on Its original shape, It gives evldouro
of not only being elastic and therefore
full of now life, but of being u fairly
good quality."
Natural colored linen coats for auto-
moblllug with fancy collar and cutf
decorations of soutache bruld are won-
00 WN OP ECBD SHANTUNCl.
derfully comfortable for summer tour a.
The new silk rain coats lined with
rubber are smart, but very warm for
the dog days.
White centers with narrow colored
borders represent the latest vagary In
handkerchiefs, a lace border huvlug
for the moment been regarded as out
of place for duy wear. Motifs, medal
lions and diamonds of tine mallnes
lace are, however, Inlet Into the cor
ners of the handkerchiefs, while lu the
case of those destined for mourning
wear Incrustations of chantilly lace are
considered in the best taste.
Dog collars are fashionable for even
lug wear In jet, pearls, precious and
semiprecious stones. Itose quartz,
pink Jacinth, cut crystal and mother-of-pearl
are appropriate for young de
butantes In collars, necklaces or beads;
also pale blue and pink bead collarets
are In vogue.
The tailored suit pictured Is of ecru
shantung. The skirt is plaited at the
waistband and trimmed at the bottom
with eutre deux of lace and tucks.
The little coat is Incrustcd with the
Irish lace.
IN THE SURF.
The lingerie belts this summer are
very elaborate. Those of embroidered
muslin -and linen are supplemented
with minds of velvet that can be easily
detached when the belt needs cleaning.
A very dainty affair is made on a stiff
BEHOU DTni.a QUIT.
boned lining of plaited embroidered
muslin, The top aud bottom edges are
trimmed with valencienues lace and
the plaits held down with crossbars of
insertion.
New bhoetIug3 for suits como al
ready bleached Instoud of half bleached,
us we have been used to finding them.
There Is a distinct style in top coats,
and pongee has come back to favor
for these wraps. It may bo lined or
tmllued. Most of these coats are re
lieved about the neck aud wrists with
u touch of bright color or black suede
Used iu the name fashion. For travel
lug aud autolng a coat of this kind Is
Invaluable madq loose, but not full, and
teaching to about tlio hem of the dress
klrt.
Uuflled petticoats of pink and blue
lawn for wearing under sheer gowns
aro In the shops.
The bathiug suit illustrated k of
flno hard twisted blue sorgo. Each
ruffle of tho double skirt Is edged with
black soutucho braid. The blouso is
box plaited ami attached to tho skirt.
Thorti is a squa.ro neck, aud the- sleoves
ura short nod puffpd ud edged with
braid,
THE
RINE.
s embrold-
Turnover,
jf Anna. MP J
ered b
b us, and
mori
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nnd past seasons lies lu tlie great ilcpUi
of U cuff, which in adapted to tho
long, closo sleeve, instead of tlio old
time wristband. Offered hi line lawn
and tho finest linens, handsomely cm-
PELE1SIHE IIUCHE.
broldered and Inset with lace, are both
these types of cuff. For the deep ones
heavy linen Is more practical than tho
very flue kind, which gets crumpled
as soon as the cuffs are adjusted.
The latest accessory to smart dres.)
is the stole made of flowers. Hitherto
stoles have been seen in fur, crepe de
chine uud tutleta chiffon, but now the
flower stole Is all the craze. It Is fash
ioned of silk, muslin, chiffon or flue silk
and it Is very lightly put together In
the form of roses, daisies, buttercups,
snowdrops or popples. Between the
flowers Is an intervening arrangement
of latticework, made of narrow satin
ribbon of tho same color as the flower.
The edge Is finished with a fringe of
ribbon.
Some simple lingerie petticoats for
morning wear are made of the favorite
broderle anglalse, and lire innocent of
any supplementary frills. These are
very economical from the laundry
point of view, as they are not nearly
so difficult to Iron us the many frilled
ones.
Yells seldom receive sufficient atten
tion. Each time they are removed from
a hat they should be pulled out aud
rolled up. The cardboard tubes which
are used for sending photographs by
post are excellent for this purpose, and
muny people cover these with wadding
and again with silk, so that the veil
may be pinned firmly when It has been
stretched round it. Crumpled and limp
veils may be successfully stiffened by
dipping them lu n little gum arable
and water.
Very smart Is the pelerine ruche pic
tured. White ehlffou ruffles edge tho
lace puffings, which In turn are finished
with gathered black satin ribbon.
FOR MADEMOISELLE.
Gray is a very fashlonnblo color this
season, nnd the newest tone of this
shade is called aglucourt.
Taffeta or china silk slips are easily
made at home, and given the posses
sion of several of these, one's wardrobe
aniis flEitaK oown.
may be mado up lu an unllued stylo
ind worn over black, whlto or colored
lluiug at will,
Undervests of Italian silk, embroid
ery and luce trimmed, can bo had in
white, pliik aud blue.
An attractive girl's frock for cool
summer days Is made of whito sorge.
The loug walsted French blouso is In
terted with heavy cream lace.
JUDIO OHOLLHT.
Tilings aro suro to go awry when
you try to cut truth on the bins.
Some people spend so much time be
lug thankful that they are us they art
lhat they lose most of the fun.
Warm weather is too relaxing for
warm friendships.
The mail behind tho shovel doesn't
get any credit, but do raises a lot ot
dust.
A woman often finds it hard to pre
serve her fruit and her temper ut the
same time.
Men who ore sufficient unto them
selves aro often found deficient unto
uibers,
If t.Uo commuulty Is safe and sano a
(reaky administration will come out all
tight.
No a?ubt money Is a curse, but fovf
K us ner ft enough to bo HffecUd,
Humor and Philosophy
r DUNCAN M. SMITH
THE MACHINE SINGER.
The man who owns a phonograph
Imagines that his follow men
ro dying Just to hear that tuna
Over and over atfuln.
It never seems to pome to him,
The thought profound nnd dorp.
That Homo of them who llvu lutril by
Might like a little (deep.
He thinks tlicy hurry homo from woik
Anticipating Joys
In sitting on tliclr porch at night
And llHtmlng to the noise.
Up turns the crunk a time or two,
Sits buck and Ict.i lier ko,
And "Stiwuneo Itlvcr" loumi at large
And wnmlers to nnd fio.
Ha thinks thnt any noise he hears
Is meant (or on encore.
And so he winds It up ticnln
And plays tlio tuna onco more.
He works oft nil the nnclent tunes
And all the modern Rtult
Until the poor machine must be
Inclined to cry, "Enoughl"
And when nt Inst lie choices It off.
Goes In and blows the lli;ht
Ton know that ho will open up
And pluy tlictn all next ntglit.
"Why do they call it a one night
stand?"
"Because the players do not hnve
time enough to sit down."
Thought It More Material.
"Her smile Is Intoxicating," exclaim
ed the exuberant youth.
"Oh," returned Miss Custlque, "I
thought I detected something else."
Too Insignificant.
"That mail says he Is looking for
bis better hnlf."
"I should think he would better make
it two-thirds."
His Quest.
"Oh, where do you Journey, my brother,
So far from the club and the. town?"
"I patiently bearch for another
Rich heh ess who won't turn me down.'
A Rapid Pace.
"That young mau Is going pretty
swift. Isn't heV"
"He lias to or his debts would over
take him."
Quite Right. .
"What sort of Joke Is the most en
joyable?" "The one that a pretty girl dimple.
at."
Sure Sign.
"How very polite Sirs. Erowu vrai
this morning!"
"Then she must be mad nt you."
Ambiguous.
She Are you fond of hot biscuits?
He (nieauingby) That depends upon
who makes thum.
They Rather Applaud.
W-kz)
Hi
The bntter standeth In his place
And makes the leather lilt.
For no one thinks to call It base
To make 11 tlneo base hit.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Where the poor nro, there also is
hutni- one getting licit oil' them.
Au airship polar expedition looks
good these days.
Every child . thinks the .earth was
made for him, aud It probably was.
Plain Enough.
rnff"6,
ru. rrtf jwf,"y
r w z-f.iii.i ri ta-v
- KLKf 7nr Y?5v
Cures Chronic Constipation,
Stimulation Without Irritation.
Okiko Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new
laxative syrup combined with tho deli
cious llavor of fruits, and is very pleas
ant to take. It will not gripe or sicken,
It is much more pleasant and oll'octive
than Tills, Tablets and Saline "Waters,
as it does not derange the Stomach, or
irritate the Kidneys, Liver or Bowels.
Constipation.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup will posi
tively cure chronic constipation as it re
etoroB tho natural aotion of tho intestinal
tract. Ordinary cathartics may give tem
porary relief but the stomach is up3ot
nnd the bowels are irritated without any
permanent benefit having been derived.
OUR GUARANTEE
rac:!' te
I ''m'1tmmmmmmmmmpimmr aanMMMlkniianmaaM I
"VV
The last plug of "Star" is
Other chews can't take its
satisfy. "Star" iu the chew
for forty yearn
PLUG CHEWiNG TOBACCO
has been highest quality, honest
value (full 1 6 oz. to the plug)
and standard price.
The rich, sweet, waxy, full
hodied leaf in " Star " makes a
substantial and lasting chew.
No other chew equals it. That's
why "Star" is still, as always,
the standard chew.
150,000,000 roc. pieces sold
annually.
Sn All Stiores
For Rent,
A nice cottage house of four
good rooniB, on Gullngher Avenue.
Call on Mrs. Dr. Dollison.
PERFECTION
WICK Sb oil stove
LADIES
Dr LaFranotrs
Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator
superior to uinur remtmieti nuiu ui, uikii pni-ca.
Cure guaranteed. Succeiitully uied bj- over
JOO.OOO Women. Price, 113 Geiita.rtrUK
glmiur by mall. Testimonial! ami booklet free.
Or. Lairrunco, I'lilludcliiUln, Io.
Notice.
All persons holding claims
against, or knowing themselves in
debted to, tho Into Krnnk Myer,
will settle with the undersigned.
Eowaisu Myhk.
Tlic Tcxus Wonder.
Cures nil Kidnoj', Bladder nnd
Itliouniiitic troubles; sold by till
druggists, or two niontliB treat
ment by mull, for if I. Dr. K. V.
ITm.11, 202IJ Olive Sticot, St. Louis,
Mo. Suiul for tcEtiiuouiuls.
July 0, '0(1, l-yr.
Makes Kidneys and Olatidor fllaht
I SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL I
H If your dealer don't handlo It, write to fl
fljTHE STANDARD OIL COMPANYj
Tho condition of the patient remains un
changed. The Stomach, Liver and Bowels
have not been stimulated and in a few
days a stronger purgative may have to bo
taken. This is why Pills and Aperient
Waters never give permanent relief.
Their violent action results in an unnat
ural movement of the bowels and it is nec
essary to keep taking them indefinitely,
Why ORINO is different,
Orino Laxative Fruit syrup is the only
preparation that really acts upon all
of the digestive organs. Other prepar
ations act upon tho lower bowel only and
do not touch the Livor. It can very read
ily be seen that a preparation that does
not act upon all of the digestive organs
Prepared only by FOLEY
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED HY
vOC3C3E:jflfc!.Wr"Sr JC o&rJfmJm OHIO,
TBie Finest
Nugget in
Camp
worth its weight in gold,
place other kinds don't
that's in demand because
H. V. Excursions.
AVinno Lake Assembly, ticket
on enle to Sept. !10 nt low excursion
tntes, gooil for return until Oct.
31. See 0. W. Sebwenke for full
information.
FUliiug excursion rtites tickets
to points in Northern Michigan
will be Pold June 18 to Sept. !10,
good returning 13 tlnys from date
of sale.
Blexico City, Mex., nnd return
Sept. 2 to 13, ijiGO.-JC good return-1
ing until Oct. 31.
Toronto, Out., and return Sept.
13 to 10, $11.75 round trip. Tick- J
eta good returning until Sept. 24 1
and extension inny be had to Oct.
24.
Mountain Lake, Md,, and return
Aug 28 to 31, 1 $7. 85 good return
ing Sept. 13.
Milwaukee, Wis,, and return
Aug. 10, 11 and 12, .$14.20, good
returning until Aug. 22.
Koine City, Ind., and return
Aug. 20 to Sept 8, $7.23 good tor
return Sept. 11.
Roanoke, Vn , and return Aug.
12 and 13, $12.00, good returning
until Aug. 23.
Chattanooga and return Sept.
1(5, 17 and 18, $11.83, good return
ing until Oct. 31.
Memphis, Tenn., and return
Oct. lu to 18, $18.40 good return
ing until Nov. 30. See C. W.
Scliwenke for particulars.
Rock Island and return $10.35.
Tickets sold Oct. 7, 8 and 0, good
for return until Oct. 10.
Chattanooga and return $11.82,
tickets on sale Oct. 15, 10 nnd 17,
good returning until Oct. 30, but
inny lie extended until Nov. 30.
Now Orleans and return $25,55,
tickets on sale Oct. 12 to 15 good
for return until Oct. 30 but may
be extended until Nov. 30.
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take and does not gripe or nauseate
Stomach and Liver Trouble
inn notmira Olironiu Oonstination.TorDid
Liver, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, etc.
For Biliousness and Sick
Head&che.
Take Orhjo Laxative Fruit Syrup, It
sweetens the stomach, aids digestion and
acts as a gentle stimulant on the livor and
bowels without irritating these organB.
Clears the Complexion.
Ohino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates
the liver and thoroughly cleanses the
system and clears the complexion of
pimples and blotohes. It is the bestlax
ative for women and children as it is
mild and pleasant, and does not gripe or
sicken. Ikefuse substitutes.
Talle ORINO Laxative Fruit
are not satisfied your money
- CO,, Chloago, III.
AN ORDINANCE
To rtntnlillHtt OnulPB on Iloivcn,
Lincoln mill tVnnlrlnutoti
BtrcotB mill Wcldy Axontie.
Up It nnliiliipil by tlio council of the villus
of Iv0KRn,AlMntt)hlo!
Hrcilnn I, Th grcli on Bowpn trcrt hll
bens follow m At rent? itf rillvrtrpl U.4
tpp,ntpiitllhPof Dulvprtrppt tltt.l fret, at
Clonic Crepk HP fppt, nt cait line MnoKo prppk
HQ feci, nt Ktntloli -I1H. 151.0 fppl.and Rotation
MK", 140.0 fppt nbnvp tlip estubllshPil liai-p llnp
of Dalit vIIIskp. llptwcon in UI points are In
cllnpd ptatten. (hub to be At urn do an near aa
practical.
Sec 1 1 on 2. The irraitel on Lincoln Htrctt
hull Ire a tollown: At center of Iloclipnter
tUrept.pxtPiiilod 154 fppt,at north line of Wei
cly avpmip l.Vl feet, at miulh line of Wphljr
avpime 1M1 fppt, anil at alley notith of WVUiy
avomin Ki2 fcrt aliovc the pntablliUied bnse
llneuf said vlllaKP. Incline plnnon between
nltovp iilnt. (lurli line nlmll be at grade as
near au iiravtlcal.
.Mod Ion , 'I, The Krndef nn WaalittiKton trpet
hall beasfollowdt At Hunter strent, K6feet,
at Wcldy avenue IS! feet, and at alley south
of Weldy avenue 163 feet above the base line
of atd vIIIakp. Incllue plane between above
liolntH, Curb line nhall be at grade at near as
practical
Heotlon i. Thp Kfnde" on Weldy avenue
fthull bnanfollowa: At Short avennelSS.C feet,
at Lincoln street l'l feet, at alley went of Lin
coln stroet l.Mfl fept, at Washington street,
IM feet, nnd at alley wcatof Wachliinton street,
l.Vi fcot above the established base line of aald
villas. Incllnpd planes between above points.
Uurbllne shall bent Kradnax near as practical.
Section 6, Infections 1, '.'. n. i, reference Is
made to profiles of said streets filed with the
clerk of mid village, made by J. (1, ICnney,
englnper of Toledo. Ohio, In tho year 1VOO.
section ft, This ordinance nhnll tako effect
and be lu lull force on nnd after the earliest
period allowed by law.
Passed, July tilth. lPOfl.
Attest. A. FllKDCHOVn, Clerk.
J. 11. DOLLl.iON, Mayor.
Notice of Appointment.
nstuto ofl.ovils Conkley decenspd. Tho
uiulerslgniHl has boon nppoliuoil nnd iimll
llod 11s Admliilstrntor with tho will nn
nuxed of tho Kstntu (if I.ew In Conkley latu of
IIockliiL' County, di'ceubud Dutcl thli 111
tiny of July A. I), lputi.
llMiKY 1IANHNI,
July Id, :i-w Ailiulnlstrntoi'
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Ki all k Mver docensed. The un-
(Itfrtlirncd lms bucu uppoliiteil nnd fliiilllliil
its Aiiiiiiuitiriiioi- m lie msiiiio 01 I'Tiuik
Myer Into of llnckliur County, ilecunsoil.
Dated this iV duy of.lnlv A. I. IKOil.
KI1WAHI) N. liKCK
July 10, 3-w Adinlnlstrntor
Legal Notice.
I.iins'o C'hi'lHtlnu, whose plneo of residence
is unknown, will Hike notice thnt on the
mii,iln iir.Iuly,IIKMi, Mario Christian II led
heriiolltlnn In tho Court of Common IMens,
Hocking t'ouii'.v. Ohio, IipIiiki'hush nuinbor
twin, for u tllvnrt'O fioin t tin Kiilil I.oun
Christian, on tho ground of extreme cruelty
uud failure to provide, mid that suld cause
will bo for hi'iirlng mi uud nfter August
.10th, UHTii.
MAKIKPFmiMTIAN,
John C. I'otttt, Attorney for IMiiIntllT.
July 11', ti-w
Notice to Teachers.
TIh Itoiuil of Reboot Kxn miners of Hock
In t; County w HI meet nt the School Hulkllng
lu l.oiifiii, Ohio, iitt):!!0n. 111., on the First
Saturdav ofench month, for the examina
tion oruiipllcituts for Teacher's Hleinontnry
Certificates nnd nil the first Snturdny of
.September, Decembor, March nnd Juno for
tho examination of aopllcnnts forTeachor's
llllth School nnd Hpcclnl Certificates Kx
umluatloiiK fur pupil deslrliiR to enter high
hdiools will bo hold on the Third Taturday
of April uud the Kecond Saturday of Jlny.
.1.0. STOumriuK, President
D. i:. Mahsii, Olork.
f.N. Wiiivk, VIco f lesldont
r.onan, Ohio, Februnry i, IMt'i tf
Probate Notice
N'otleo Is her by Klven thnt the following
Accounts and Vouchers luivn been tiled In
the Probate Court of Hocking County.Ohlo,
for first nnd Html settlement, Unrbnrn K.
Acker, Administratrix of the estnto of
.1 Milieu N. Acker, deceased, nnd the saino
will oome on fur henrlng on tho IT, day of
August, A. D. Itxil, at II) o'clock a. ill., or us
soon thereafter us may bo convenient.
T. P. MARTIN,
July 'X, !I-w Protmte Judge
Notice of Insolvency.
I.'stale of Itobert Musters, Deceased.
On tlie2ilih,,dny of July, lu thu year of
P.iMi. tho Pi obnte Court of Hoclilui; CoLiity,
declnred too otnte of Itobert .Master-', de
ceased, to be probablv Insolvent. Creditor
are, thoiefore, required to present their
claims to the underslguod for allowance,
within six mouths from the time nbo e
mentioned, or they will not lie entitled to
piyiuent.
Duted July2H, 1IKH, 2-w
JOHN'C. PKTTIT,
Administrator do bonis mm with the will
annexed, of the estate of Robert Masters,
deceased.
Houses and Lots for Sale.
Two good five room dwel
ling houses, good barn ai:d out
building, on fifteen acres of
ground, water and all convenien
ces. Just outside of Logan, west.
Also two good dwelling houses
in West Logan.
Also twenty-seven town lots for
sale, good locations.
Close prices for cash. Kasy
terms on time.
Call on, or .addtuiss, . ..
CHAULKS STEVENS,
Logan, Ohio.
Syrup and if you
will b rf undd.
STEVEKS
S35
"WHEMjfli SHOOT
You want to HlTlul van arr atnlnv .1
I le It tirj, UMt ct Uel. Made your
aliou count liy stiooiln's ihe STKVEMS.
Tor 41 veat ST1IVENS AllMS hvr
carried off PKKM ir.K llONOUftlor AC
CUIUCV. Our)ii.t
Rides; Sftotguns, Pistols
Alk jour Dfjltr In. Rrn.t 4 ill. In itltiipi
lili.nlliSTtvvN, fui iioiaje CiuUr
If Jou rannni obtitn, of crttintpt output. A
e hl illrl, r. utuiblnlookofMfff.
frilt fnfaU, up ,n eni e f, wenl , j
itcfliofiaiili;tlig priwp-fllie l oolfil.
Bcauliful llitce-color Aluminum Hanref will
uc ivrwarucu lor 10 ccnis iu stamps.
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.,
F. O. Box 4095
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.. U. a. A.
T5
ati
Mii'
Iu elTcct Dec. IU, 1W).'i.
GOING SOUTH.
hIkMb
ell'Ej.
A M P M P JI
l.enve Logan, ':0 ( 5:l."i 8:m)
Air Nelsonvllle liuuo 5:4n n:t
Arr Athens 10:!l :15 V:oo
Arr Murray City H:I n:s
AirNuwPlttgbiirgll:ri8 :IS
A M A M P M P 11
Leave I.OKnn . 7:2fi :.si ti:)3 (3:1
Arr McArthur . 8:'.M 10:27 H:II :ls
Arr Hnmden ... H:15 10:45 t):M v:17
ArrWellston ... 8:5 lO.Til KMS :S4
Arr Jackson .. 1U:'.'U 12:'J." 7:13 :
Arr OnlllpolU U':I0 7:50
Arr Pomuroy .. . is:4S :ii ....
HTKAIT'SVII.I.R Hhanch.
A M A M P M P M
Leave Logan w:4d iat'ii
ArrN. Straltsvllle 10:25 Cir.Vi
Arr Carbon Hill :
GOING NORTH.
A M P M P M P M
Lenve Logan ...7:lKl 12:'ii) 2:i'fl :10
Arr Columbus . . 5:50 ::)i) 4: IM) 7:60
Arr Marlon .... 10:15 1:20 d:10 10:60
Arr Toledo 12:10 B:S5 .... 1:S9
Arr Chicago 5:20 .... 7:12
Arr Detroit ... 4:20 8: ... B:f
Dnll. t Dnlly except Sunday
1 Hundny Only.
C. W bOIIWRSKE, Agent
Logan, O,
II A RLE Y M. WHITFRAFT
A TTORNEY-A T-LA W
& NOTARY PUBLIC
Keller Building
Opj). liempel House
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
LOGAN
OFFICE HOURS 9 TO 3
1'aitl in Cash Capital $r0.000
C. E. BOWEN, President,
H. R. HARRINGTON, Vice Pres.
F. MEADE BOWEN, Casbier.
Does u General Banking Busi
ness, Receives Deposits, Discount!
Paper and Buys and Sells Ex
change, apr 0-ly Bank in James Block.
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Ferdinand P. liempel
Sole Proprietor
LOGAN, H0CK1NU COUNT, OHIO,
Individual Liability $100,000.
Does u General Banking and Col
lecting Business.
Banking Rooms P. O. Building
DR. C. F. APLIN,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hin recently uikcii u npeclnl.'cnuna
ol Instructions in ilUi-a. ot woman
Officii Opposite Opera Home.
Telephone 57.
Uksiurnok Mulberry street, on
half block north of Rocheittr
store.
Offiok Houits 8 to 10 a. in. nd
2 to 4, 0 to 8 p. m.
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