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he was unwilling to commit himself to idleness. Recently, however, the Southern began taking about all the water it uses between King's Creek and Rock Hill at Sharon, and finding tne work of attending to the pump too -? heavy, Mr. Thomas resigned. He does not stand in need of such employment for a livelihood. He has been careful and saving all his life, and has man' aged to provide for his old age with reasonable comfort Not only that; he enjoys the respect and esteem of a wide circle of acquaintances and * friends who are always glad of opportunites to contribute to his pleasure. LOCAL LACONICS. The Allison Creek School. The new school building in Allison Creek district was completed last week, and the school commenced work on last Monday in charge of Miss Ida Ferguson. The school house is located about eight miles northeast of Yorkville, and is built somewhat after the model recently prepared by Superintendent of Education Carroll. The K. M. M. A. Ball Team. The K. M. M. A. baseball team was defeated by the Wofford college team in Spartanburg last Friday, the score being 16 to 0. On Saturday the K. M. M. A. played the Furman team in Greenville, and sustained another defeat. the score being 19 to 2. In both instances the college teams proved too much for the K. M. M. A. boys. Committed From Rock Hill. , Adam Steele, colored, was committed to jail on Monday by Magistrate Beckham, of Catawba township, on the charge of assault and battery with intent to kill. ' Auction Sales. There were two action sai^s under , decretal orders on last Monday, salesday for April, one by the clerk and the other by the sheriff. In the case i , of E. W. Query, plaintiff vs. B. B. 1 Elms, defendant, the clerk sold the Andrew Bailes land, In Fort Mill township. The tract contained 142 acres. It was bought by E. W. Query for $500. In the case of E. B. McHenry, plaintiff, , vs. the Louise Gold Mining company j defendant, the sheriff sold the property of the Magnolia Gold Mining company in Broad River township, and also cer tain rights, titles and interests of the Louise Gold Mining Company in said property. All property sold in this case was bought by William Austin for $2,500. York County Bible Society. ^ The York County Bible society was called to order in annual meeting in " the Presbyterian church last Sunday night after the congregation assembled for the occasion had listened to sermon by Rev. J. L. Stokes. Rev. W. G. Neville, the president, presided over the proceedings, and in the absence of the secretary, J. S. Brice, Esq., kept the records. The report of 1 the depository, Mr. W. M. Kennedy, 1 showed that Bibles to the value of $36.61 were sold during the year. Rev. W. G. Neville was re-elected president, and the pastors of the various churches were elected as vice presidents. Mr. S. M. McNeel was elected secretary and Mr* W. M. Kennedy was re-elected treasurer and depository. A committee was appointed to see that the various penal and charitable institutions of the county are properly supplied with Bibles. The executive committee consists of one member from each of the local churches. Mr. W. M. Kennedy has in the depository an ample selection of plain Bibles in good substantial binding which he is selling at cost to those who are able to buy and giving away to those who are unable to pay for them. The Annual Re-Union. " Columbia correspondence News and Courier: When the Confederate reunion is held here, next month, the Richland delegation will advocate a plan of making the reunions permanent, and that is meant to do away with the yearly doubt as to what city will entertain the veterans. The reunions are growing in interest, and the number of veterans annually attending them is very large. There is no city in the state that would not be glad to entertain the old soldiers, but the cost is a serious consideration for many of them. The idea is to have individuals in each county who are interested in the veterans contribute a small amount for the holding of the reunion. Then witn tne aia or a smau appropriation from the state an outfit could be bought, consisting of tents, cots, blankets, etc., which could be used by the veterans every year. As can readily be seen only a smdll amount would have to be raised from each county and the appropriation from the state would only be a sort of guarantee that the reunion would certainly be held. When it is considered that only three or four thousand dollars is all that is necessary for Columbia to raise to entertain the veterans, it can be seen how easy a like amount, to be raised from all over the state, could be obtained. After all expenses had been accounted for the surplus could be used for paying the expenses of needy veterans to the reunion. The plan further proposes that Columbia be made the place for the reunion every year, and thai the consent of the Agricultural and Mechanical society be obtained for the use of the grounds and buildings, which is an ideal place for an event of this kind. The city would willingly give a small amount annually to bring the veterans here, and there seems little doubt but that the plan .? will receive the serious consideration of the veterans. Should it be adopted men will be named in each county to look after the matter annually, and the matter of holding reunions settled Anno fnr nil Parkhurst On Slavery.?The Rev. Chas. Parkhurst, of New York, in his sermon last Sunday, touched upon a phase of the Negro question. "Compulsory obedience," he said, "is not the ideal form, but ideal obedience has to be reached through a preliminary stage of compulsion." Continuing he said: "It was well for the Negroes in the south that, not being competent to be a law for themselves, they had masters that were a law to them. "They ought to be thankful on the whole, that the institution existed, and such of them as are not yet drawn under any other system of government would be better off If that institution still existed. "It was slavery to be sure, and as such was irksome and grinding, but slavery in its essence is only another name for subjection to mastery and that is purely external mastery; and until a man can master himself he is exceedingly unfortunate not to have some sort of a slave master to master him." Catholics After Roosevelt.?The following article appears in the April Issue of the Monthly Calendar, a publication issued in connection with the work of the Roman Catholic church at St. Vincent Ferrer, at Lexington avenue and 66th street: "Among the eulogists of John Wesley on the occasion of his recent anniversary . was ou'r irrepressible and strenuous president. We wonder if Mr. Roosevelt is aware of the fact that the founder of Methodism was the life long foe of our American independ-| ence. While the Irish Catholics in I Washington's army?and half his arrtiy were Irish?were freely shedding theii' blood in the cause of American freedom, Wesley was exerting all his power to compass the defeat of that cause. That such a man should receive the laudations of a typical American like Roosevelt almost surpasses belief. But the wonder ceases when we remember that his excellency had previously chosen as his ideal hero the notorious and ever infamous Oliver Cromwell. Verily, our worthy president hath the courage of his convictions. To us it seems that he has fatally handicapped himself in his race to secure a second term by openly antagonizing his IrishCatholic fellow citizens, for they not only have votes, but long memories as well, and they have not read history through British spectacles."?New York Evening Sun. ? Charlotte Observer: There is already a good deal of speculation as to what kind of building will replace the old court house on West Trade street after it has been sold along with the other real estate belonging to the estate of the late Henry Gratton Springs. mL- ?? Knot In tnurn fnr l ilt; 911C 19 U11C VI HIV vcov II* vv.. any purpose. It would give room for a fine hotel, a1 mammoth store or a magnificent office building. At any rate the old court house doesn't even half pay taxes, and it is bound to go down and give way to some kind of a new building. And the town will rejoice. AT THE CHURCHES. ASSOCIATE REFORMED. TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL. REV. J. L. STOKES, PASTOR. Prayer meeting In the Sunday school room this (Wednesday) evening at 7.30 o'clock. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. REV. J. C. JOHNES, RECTOR. Services on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings and afternoons at 11 o'clock and 4.30 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN. REV. W. a. NEVILLE, PASTOR. Prayer meeting this evening at 8.00 o'clock. ?u?ial Uotices. Services at Bethany. Communion will be observed on the third Sabbath, 19th instant, services beginning on Friday preceding. Communion at Tirzah. There will be communion at Tirzah Associate Reformed church next Sab bath, the 12th instant, preaching commencing on Saturday previous at 11 a. m., by Rev. E. P. Lindsay, w&s 2t W. J. Miller. Communion at Beersheba. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered at Beersheba. on the second Sabbath of April, 12th instant. Preparatory services on Saturday preceding at 11 a. m. The pastor is to be assisted by Rev. C. L. Brown, of Chester county. w.s.3t Excursion Rates. On the dates named below, the Southern railway will sell special round trip tickets as follows: To Nashville, Tenn., account of General Assembly, Cumberland Presbyterian church. Rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Tickets on sale May 19, 20 and 21, with final limit .Tune 1. 1903. To St. Louis,. Mo., account of Dedication Ceremonies, Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Rate of one first-class fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale April 29, 30 and May 1, good to leave St. Louis not later than May 4, 1903, returning. To Atlanta, Ga., account of National Convention, B. Y. P. U. of America. One first-class fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Tickets on sale July 8, 9 and 10. with final limit July 15, 1903. To Richmond. Va? account of Southern Educational Conference. Rate of one and one-third fares for the round trip. Tickets on sale April 20 and 21, with final limit April, 28, 1903. sona vesuDUieu iraina. niieKtiui. irunman sleeping car service. Unexcelled dining car service. For full information in regard to schedules, tickets, etc., apply to any agent of the Southern Railway company, or, R. W. Hunt, Division Passenger Agent, Charleston, S. C. $fte gorhuiUe (tyotton Utarhet. Corrected Semi-Weekly by Messrs. Latta Bros. Yorkville, April 7, 12 m.?The local market stands as follows: Middling 91 Strict Middling 10 Good Middling 10 Fully Good Middling 10 Latta Bros. FOR SALE. 1HAVE about twenty-five bushels of BIG BOLL RUSSELL COTTON SEED for sale at FORTY CENTS A BUSHEL. Address J. L. STACY, Clover, S. C. JASPER LIGHT INFANTRY. General Order No. . YOU will assemble at the armory (Opera House) on Friday, April 10, and Tuesday, April 14, at 8 p. m., in full uniform for instructions. By order of Inspector General. W. B. MOORE, Captain. April 8 saw ly WATER RENT IS NOW DUE WATER RENTS for the quarter ending March 31st, are now due, and must be paid on or before April 10. The penalty for non-payment by above date will be the cutting off of water supply. The charge for turning on water again will be $1. s.w.2t M. C. WILLIS, Mayor. ENTIRE STOCK AT COST. Everything Goes Without Reserve to Highest Bidder. ON SATURDAY, APRIL 11 I will sell at my store at Guthriesville, at public auction to the highest bidders my entire stock of MERCHANDISE, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Hardware and Tinware. Also all Store Fixtures. The sale will begin at 11 a. m., and continue until 3 p. m., or until everything shall have been disposed of. There will be no reservations, and every article will be sold for what it will bring. Terms, CASH. j D. P. CURRY, Guthriesville, S. C. Your Easter CHAPEAU. As next Sunday is Easter there will be millions of Straw Hats worn for the first time on that day. Are you going to be in the swim ? If so, come and see our Straws. All sorts of Hats at all sorts of prices. New Clothes will also oe in order. If you would be dressed stylishly and economically you should be sure to see our Clothing. The best goods for the least money. See our new neckwear. It is pretty. J. Q. WRAY, The Leader. FOUSHEE CASH STORE. " g | B I 2 h | | ? 8 i 2 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^25 ,00 Foushee Cash Store. (Dobsons Old Stand.) YORKVILLE, S. C. .taster Egg Dye. Easter will soon be here and the little folks will want some Egg Dve. You will find it at STARR'S DRUG STORE. Onion Sets and Potatoes. We are selling out our Onion Sets and Irish Potatoes, regardless of cost?what we want is to get rid of them. Now is the time, and Starr's Is the place to get Onion Sets and Irish Potatoes cheaper than you ever bought them. STARR'S LIVER REGULATOR CURES HEADACHE. JAH. M. STARR & CO., l^eaaink jltukyiold. Phone 36 Night calls, ring 49. Buggies, Buggies. We have the largest supply of Buggies ever carried by a Yorkville dealer. We are thoroughly prepared to meet your wants and demands. The prices are right and the values are sure to meet your fullest expectations. Wagons, Wagons. We have received a carload of Studebaker Wagons?these wagons are well known to the trade. We will be pleased to have you get our prices. Quality taken into consideration we defy competition. Machinery, Machinery. We have accepted, the agency for the. McCormick Harvesting Machinery. Should you need a Binder or Mower, get our prices. GLENN & ALLISON. HANGING LAMPS. I have been having a good many calls for Hanging Lamps. Some customers wanted a hanging lamp for hallways and others wanted a hanging lamp for reading. I have the lamps to suit both classes of customers. Have them as low as $2.50 and from that figure on up. Have lamps with the flat burner, tney come ac me lower prices. Also have the round central draught burners, which come a little higher?just the thing for the reading room. Call and see my stock of hanging and stand lamps. Nickled Coffee Pots. Among my latest arrivals is a lot of nickeled Coffee Pots?they are not cneap, nor yet are tney extravagant. They are made of copper and heavily plated on inside and outside. They are rich in appearance and will last a lifetime. Will be pleased to show them to you. T. W. SPECK, The Jeweler. Prescriptions^ SOME druggists can fill "some Prescriptions," some druggists can fill "most" Prescriptions, but few druggists can fill just any Prescription. We are in the latter class. We believe we can fill just any Prescription that comes along, no matter how difficult it may be. If your physician gives you a Prescription, you certainly want it to be correctly compounded. That is natural. Such being the case, you will bring it to us. We exercise the same precaution with a simple Prescription as we do with the most difficult. We use only pure and fresh Drugs and Chemicals, and our prices are reasonable. JA8. M. 8TA11R & CO., Yorkvllle, M. C. Phone 36. THE VERY BEST GROCERIES. WE are catering to the very best class of people of this section. We are handling a class of goods that is not to be excelled at any store in Yorkville. We buy goods in small quantities, sell them quick and get more goods, and thus our customers are sure to obtain fresh groceries at all times. We want your business and will be obliged for all favors. We are sure that we can sell you the best qualities in groceries at the lowest possible prices. Our stock is complete in every respect, containing all the staple articles as well as the more popular fancy groceries. xv Feed the baby on Ralston's Barley Food and see him grow fat. Babies love it. XV We deliver groceries free within the town limits. C. P. LOWRANCE & CO. J. M. HEATH & CO, General Merchandise. Everybody Delighted. Spring Millinery Opening Pleases Our Visitors. ( .'i-r UR Spring Millinery opening Is In progress as this Is being written, and although we are too busy to go Into details, it gives us pleasure to say that we are very well satisfied with the show we> have made; because we see abundant evidence that our many visitors are delighted. 1 Our Millinery store Is as it deserves to be the headquarters of style and fashion in Millinery. We have the goods, our trimmers have taste, ability and discrimination, and we can please .all who are looking for the best that Is to be had in the Millinery line. All Requirements. We have the largest line' of Gentlemen's Ready-Made Clothing that we have ever carried, and people who have gone through it say it comes up to all reasonable requirements. During the past few days we have put in an especially fine lot of Gentlemen's Underwear, and people who are looking for something extra are requested to call. Dress Goods. Every shopper who has looked over our new Unes of Dress Goods has been pleased, and the number and variety of patterns that are being sold dally Is the best recommendation that we could desire. J. M. HEATH & CO., J. L. Williams, Manager. In Dyeing Eggs Use WHITE RABBIT Egg Dyes~8 Colors, 5 <5ts. These dyes are the best to be had and will give no end of pleasure to the little fellows. By combining and blending the eight solid colors 100 pretty shades can be made. Easter Novelties. TTT 1 _ LL 1; we nave a very preny line of Easter Novelties at low prices. Come and see them. YORK DRUG STORE J. B. BOWEN, REGISTERED PHARMACIST. TABLEWARE AT COST. If you need anything In the Chinaware and Crockery lines you will do well to call and see our stock. We are now offering all of this class of goods at Cost to close out and make room for other goods. We are offering some really attractive prices to buyers Just now. A Beautful Line of Rugs. That lot of Rugs that we have been talking about Is being sold. Such a handsome stock as we had is bound to attract buyers. We still have a good lot of very handsome patterns on hand and they afford some very attractive values. See our Rugs if you want to see the nicest line of Rugs ever seen In Ybrkville. Furnish Your House Now. When you are ready to furnish your house from , garret to kitchen be sure to get our prices. We'll save you money. w. b. moore & co. t. m. whi80nant. t. h. lesslib. HICKORY SUPPLY COMPANY HICKORY, 8. C. Portraits Free. Handsome argo portraits FREE to customers purchasing J15 worth of goods. An easy way to get an enlarged portrait of deceased relative or friend. Call and let us ex plain. Tobacco at. Cost. We are offering the best bargain in Tobacco to be found in this part of the county. It is some of the J. W. Castles & Co. stock and it is cheap. New Goods Coming. We have orders out for handsome lines of goods and they are arriving constantly. In the meantime, we continue to give unexcelled values for the cash. HICKORY SUPPLY CO. ?9" We print anything that is printable?we do it right and give you the very best work. Get The Enquirer's prices before you place your orders. "Invalids Want to \tci mc >> inoui\u<. The Western Underwriter says: "Invalids want to insure; healthy men hesitate. It is only a step from one class to the other?but how different the point .of view!" You May Be Healthy And Insurable today. Next week you may not be Insurable In a company of the Mutual Benefit's class, and should you be brought to realize the fact you would mourn over your procrastina-, tlon. Nineteen men out of twenty who know anything about the principles of life Insurance and who are familiar with the record of the Mutual Benefit and Its Policy contracts, will tell you that no company in the world can or will give you more for your money than you can get from the Mutual Benefit, and they will also tell you that it is not necessary to know anything about policies or insurance In order to get anything to which you are entitled to as much as the man who "knows it all." SAM M. URIST, Special Agent. PLANTING TIME IS NEAR. REMEMBER that the season for planting- is near at hand, and a crop properly planted Is easily worked. Our Corn-Drills give universal satisfaction, both In droplng corn and distributing fertilizers. Our Cotton Planters have a revolving feed wheel, also bevel iron wheel which will condense the seed to such a narrow space that the seed will burst almost any crust that may be formed by heavy rains?this Is a distinct advantage over other planters. We will have In stock In a few days a new lot of the celebrated Standard Grand Rotary Sewing Machines. Some of the best seamstresses of this place are using the Standard Grand and they are highly pleased, especially so with the lightness in operating the machine. Remember that the Standard Grand is two machines in one, which no other sewing machine company dares to claim. When in need we will be glad to serve you. YORK IMPLEMENT CO. f?f- iTufe It tt tt tt It tt li vr i A TT ?THE SHADOW" tt OF THE tt #(ORDILLERA;? tt Or, The Maonofia Flower, tt ? f-fTT || H* BY VIBOINIA LEILA WENTZ. tt ft COl'yiuoht., 1900, Br Ekvin Wardman. ? tt i$ # # tt n You should be sure to read this short story. It is only a novelette of a few columns, but you will find it intensely interesting. After this story is completed it will be followed by another short story entitled, "A Clerical Erft r or. ... Our New Goods Are Ready For Inspection. . ^ We have been getting in lots of new goods during the past few days and the qualities are up to the highest expectations?arid the prices will be so low as to astonish our customers. We have received almost complete stocks of ladies' Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Notions, Millinery, gentlemen's Hats, Shoes, etc. Dress Goods. In Dress Goods we have Sicilians, Henriettas, Serges, Buntings, Knickerbockers, Skirtings, Novelty Weaves, Shepherd Plaids, Mercerized Oxfords, Madras, Striped and Checked Dimities, Organdies, Wash Chiffons, India and French Lawns, Canvas Weave Madras, Dotted Swisses, Armure Silks, Taffeta Silks, China Silk, Mercerized Pongee Silks, Persian Lawns, Granite Madras, etc. We also have ladles' Embroidered Turnover Collars, Madras Stock Collars, Silk Stock Collars, Fancy Belts, ladles' Lace Lisle Gloves. We have Ladies' Ready-made Shirt Waists at prices from 35 cents up to $1.35 each. Millinery. Our stock of Millinery is almost complete, and among other things we have children's Sailors from 25 to 50 cents, i ladies' Sailors from 16 to 60 cents, Leghorn Hats, from 20 cents up, Straw I Shapes from 25 cents up, complete line of Flowers, Ribbons in all colors aiid < at all sorts of prices. We have a new and complete line of Corsets from 25 cents up to $1. Ladies' Gauze Vests from 5 to 50 j cents each. ^ Gent's Hats. .In gentlemen's Hats we have a most < complete assortment in every conceivable size and shape and color. We have 1 ounce Crushes at from 65 cents i to $1; Gray Panama Hats at 11.25; Black Panama Hats from.75 cents to $2; Black Alpines from 68 cents to $2.75; Railroad Hats from $1 to $1.25; Gray and Black, 4 inch rim, from $1.60 to $2.25; Columbia Dress Hats at $2. Gent's Shirts. 1 Our stock of gentlemen's Shirts was j never so large as it is at present, and contains almost everything that a gen- ! tleman's fancy could dictate. We have Colored Soft Bosom Shirts at 1 25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents and $1. White Soft Bosom Shirts at 60 cents, j 75 cents and $1. - White Laundried Shirts at 50 cents, 75 cents and |1. . 1 Laundried Colored Shirts at 75 cents 1 and $1. They are beauties. 1 Balbrlggan Undervests at from 25 to 50 cents. Nainsook Undervests at ] 50 cents. Shoes, Shoes. Children's Soft Sole Shoes at 25 and 50 cents. Black Shoes at $1.25 and $1.50. Gentlemen's Dress Shoes at $1.25, . $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50. Patent Leath- 1 er Shoes for Gentlemen from $3 to $5. Remember that we buy for Cash and sell for CASH and can save you money on any and all kinds of goods that you want to buy if you will only give us ' a call and get our prices. milHITH CO. j FARMERS WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: I I ( ( That we I i Have on Hand Large Supplies Of High Grade ! Fertilizers and a -V Acids. < See us for | What you need. I i < i RIDDLE & CARROLL. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO., Livery, Sale and Feed Stables. ml n Our mules are here and they are the best we have had on the market during this entire season. Call and see us. HEATH-ELLIOTT MULE CO., J. C. Elliott, Manager. i?*The Enquirer gives special attention to Stationery orders and will fill all orders promptly. r J. J. KELLER & CO., COHTBAOTOBS ABB BUIIDEBS. Jk Me-o-ow M J.J. KELLER J Builders' ' Hardware and i Carpenters' i Their Prices ' are so Low That folks will fling Tools and ^ Hardware at ^ ? me one of these fine . mm nights. IV Wo-o-w . Me-o-ow! Sph-e-i-e-z-z ! G. H. O'LEARY. I The 'Dexter Mattress I I The 'Rex' Mattress I H 7.5o. I . I Ask for Them. I Have other Mattresses?can suit anyone in prices. Our Furniture stock includes about everything in house furnishings that is desirable and needful and our prices?the same to all?are as low, quality considered, as can be had of any other reliable dealer. G. H. O'liEARY. pan and Savings ?anfc, Yorltvllle, C. * WITH ample resources for the protection and accommodation of customers, this Bank solicits the business of corporations, firms and Individ uais, and will extend every accommodation consistent with safe banking. Best of facilities for handling the accounts of out-of-town customers, country merchants and farmers, cotton mills and other manufacturing establishments. A general banking business transacted, and prompt and Intelligent atten-' tlon given to all business entrusted to our care. . ? Interest bearing Certificates of Deposit Issued under special agreement. w. P. HARRISON, Cashier. S. M. McNEEL, President. TAILOR-MADE riT ArrUT'tJ WHEN you are in need of Clothing?that is, Tailor-Made Clothing?you will do well to come and see me. I sell the world-renowned Lamm & Co.'s Clothing?best on earth. I guarantee a fit or no sale. SEEDS. When you are ready to plant your garden- you will do well to remember me for seed. I have all the Garden Seeds in the list?fresh from the gar3ens of May and Ferry?none better? :an't be better. I also have Golden Dent, and White Dent Seed Corn; Amber, Orange and Red Top Cane Seed and several varieties of Seed Potatoes. If you want a first-class Garden Rake I have it. W. M. KENNEDY, .Agent THE WE PI* IT SHOP. IS it broken, worn or shackly? Whether it be made of iron, wood or Bteel, bring it to us and we will FIX IT. We do Horse Shoeing, and we do It RIGHT. Also all kinds of farm Implement repairs. R. E. MONTGOMERY. CLOTHES CLEANING. I WANT to clean, repair and press all of your old suits. First class work guaranteed. Leave me your orders for First Class Tailor-Made Clothing. Made to measure Pants a specialty. Fit and work guaranteed. Correct prices and the very latest and most popular styles. R. L. BRANDON. 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The contracts must in all cases be confined to the regular business of the firm or individual contracting, and the manuscript must be in the office by Monday at loon, when intended for Wednesday's ssue, and on Thursday at noon, wheh ntended for Saturday's Issue.