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Fine Line of Lilies' Cents' s Shoes Children"! Complete Stock of Bummer Footwear. Bathing Shoes, Etc Omr John Hahn & Co, Am Warraates 79 Commercial St. See Our Two-Clasp English Walking Gloves 1 ALBERT DUJ1BRH P. X. Corsets arc fine fitters. TESTERDATS WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 87 degrees. Minimum temperature, 67 degrees. PreclDlUtlon. .04 tnch. Tots! precipitation from September 1st 1SS5. to date. 7S.TJ Inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber 1st. 1SS5. to date, 45 Inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Forecast For Washington and Ore gon, cloudy weather. AROUND TOWN. THE CORK -STALKS. Katherine B. Owen. In Youth's Com panlon. Did you ever chance to see them. All those gentlefolk of corn. Who bow from morn till evening And from evening until mornT How they bow and bend and curtsy With the music of the breese. Which whistles all their tunes to them And rustles in the trees! How polite they are and stately As they bend and dip so low. Like ladies In the minuets Of long, and long ago! Go to the clam bake tomorrow. Dr. W. L Howard, Homopathlst, 6S8 Commercial street Traveling men say that Astoria Is the Uvest town In Oregon. If Snodgrass doesn't make your photos you don't get the best Mr. J. B. Copeland and family left on last evening's boat for Seattle. Gunther's famous Chicago candles In sealed packages at C. B. Smith's. A carload of fancy brands flour Just received at Pacific Commission Co. The 9th street merry-go-round moved to other pastures green last night Mrs. Walter L. Robb and family are at Cannon Beach visiting Mrs. Newell. Stop that tickling in the throat with Rogers' Bronchial Tablets, only ten cents. Headquarters to tuy your fruit for preserving is at the Pacific Commis sion Co. Well furnished rooms, with or with out board, at the Bartholomew House, Seaside. Duncan Stuart, Jr., left last evening for a short visit to Warrenton. He will return today. The railroad and steamboat com panies report a large number of people travelling at present. Mr. Arthur Leberman Is now assist ing Recorder Williams on the big rail road deed and mortgage. A large number of passengers came In from the beaches on the 5 o'clock train yesterday evening. It is reported that the revenue cut ter Commodore Perry will arrive in this harbor about October 1st . The arrival and departure of the trains continues to be the chief attrac tion now that the regatta Is over. . Household furniture for sale at a bar gain. Expect to leave the city. 205 Harrison avenue. Mrs. James A. Duffy. The Areata will leave out this morn ing with two gangs of Chinamen for the Umpqua and Coos Bay canneries. Mr. E. A. Reece, route agent of the Northern Pacific Express Company, was in the city yesterday on business. AL McGIIUs, with his new shoes, which are not quite as large as the Ocean Wave, was In the city yesterday. The woman, Mamie Eckles, or Heck ler, died at 10 o'clock Wednesday night. The funeral will probably take place today. Mr. C. TImmona, of the Bandon Pack ing Co., Is getting his supplies ready to go to Coquille for the canning sea son. Go to the Spa for your candles and Ice cream. The only first-class place In town. Crushed fruits always on hand. Carbons are the only permanent photos as well as the most artistic, and Snodgrass knows how to make them. Don't forget when you want fancy creamery or dairy butter and eggs at close prices, to call on Pacific Commis sion Co. Will Madison's now factory shoes yesterday outshone A. McCltllls' bro- gans. It was even up which had the handsomer outfit. Ice cream by the bushel at C. B. Smith's. Ice cream soda a specialty. Private parlors for ladles. 4SS Com mercial street Miss Eunice A. PeTo. who has been the guest of Miss Anna l'elle trwtn, of Portland, returned lat evening aecom- panted by her friend. The Columbia Iron Works ysoterday cast one of the large columns for Sea- borg's new building at Ilwaco, and will cast another today. Famllv commutation tickets to Clat- son beach over the Seashore railroad can be had on application to the aud itor. Room 4, Flavel Block. In County Clork Dunbar's otTlce yes- terday Fred Oberg. a native of Sweden, declared his Intentions of becoming a cltiien of the United States. The school children are requested to call early today at the office of Clerk Ferguson on 11th street snd secure thtlr tickets for the clam bake. We guarantee our headache tablets to cure any case of headache In fifteen minutes; price 25 cents. Can be sent by mail. Rogers, druggist, 45S Commer cial street. Mrs. M. E. Morand and her sister, Miss Mattle Powell, of Portland, are spending the week with Mr. C. A. Pow ell, agent of the Oregon Improvement company. George H. George and family. H. G. VanDusen and family, W. T. Chutter and family, and Mr. George Flavel and family, are spending a season at Locks- ley Hall. Seaside. F. J. Woodburn. Chicago; Harry Brayden. Portland; J. H. Ashley. Brookfield: Geo. Barr. Baker City; J. Wilson, Young'se Bay. were at the Parker House yesterday. Wednesday the local lodge. Sons of Hermann entertained the members of the Grand Lodge by giving them an excursion to Long Beach which was greatly enjoyed by the visitors. Fresh country eggs. 15c per doten; Albany Creamery butter, the only but ter to DUt on the table; fresh fruits of all kinds, at the lowest market price. at the Astoria Creamery, uuane street Mr. Alex Campbell yesterday after noon drew from the Astoria Loan and Building Association $2000. being the value of the first series of stock of that institution, held by Astor Lodge No. 6, K. of P. The last report of Superintendent Reed, of the Cannerymen's hatchery on the Clackamas, states that he Is get ting plenty of fish and anticipates that the output this year will exceed that of last year. Mr. R G. Brown, assistant general freight agent of the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad, headquarters at Minneapolis, was In the city yesterdaw, and with his family has gone to spend a few days at the Seaside hotel. Some of the enthusiastic advocates of good county roads, Wednesday sent a keg of beer to the boys working on the Olney road. The empty keg was returned yesterday. Interest In road matters seems to be well maintained. Today, at Pacific Commission Co., 200 sacks Burbank potatoes, 100 boxes tomatoes, 75 boxes apples, 50 boxes pears, 50 boxes plums, 50 crates grapes, 50 boxes peaches, 10 crates cantelopes, car load melons and many other arti cles cheap. An Illustrated health talk under the auspices of the Vlava Company to the ladies of Astoria will be given at rooms 15 and 18, Flavel Building, this. Thurs day afternoon, the 27th Inst, at 2 o'clock, by Mrs. Mary Brazil of San Francisco. C. B. Smith, the confectioner, carries the only complete stock of French and American candles In the city. Prices from 10c to 13.00 per pound. All mall orders receive prompt attention. Fresh candles manufactured every day. 483 Commercial street Many complaints were heard yester day about the bad condition of plank ing in the principal streets. Holes are breaking through In every block which are a menace to teams. It Is thought that shortly action will be tak en to make the necessary repairs. Will Sherman says that fish have never been known to live In Crater Lake, Southern Oregon, but that while the Mazamas were visiting there, a United States fish commissioner was investigating the nature of the water with a view to stocking the lake wltB fish. The board of foremen of the Astoria fire department, met last evening and wound up the business affairs connect ed with the recent convention, tour nament and banquet. All bills were paid. The board expressed themselves as well pleased with the success of the Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DR; v CREAM mm MM Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. various affairs, and that their efforts had met with the approval of the gen eral public. The excursion of school children to the clam bake at llearhart Park to morrow will be run In two sections, one train leaving about 7:S0 and the other at 1:5 In the morning. This has been found necessary by reason of the large number of pupils who have Indi cated their desire to attend. Alex Gilbert's pavilion and groundn at Seaside may be had for use free hy persona or societies that wish to give excursions to the beach. Both pavilion and grounds are In excellent condition and those who wish to give picnics would greatly add to the attractions by accepting Mr. Gilbert's liberal offer. Daggett, the balloonist, was visited by several friends at the hospital yes terday, and he said that he would probably make another ascension In a few days, even if he had to put his foot In a plaster of parts cast, or curry a crutch up with him. This Is the first time he ever broke a bne since he has been making balloon ascensions. At t o'clock yesterday afternoon was held the annual meeting of stockhold ers of the did Fellows Land and Build ing Association, pursuant to published notice. The following gentlemen were elected directors for the ensuing year: O. Keed. J. 13 A. ttowlby. C. S Wright, John Hahn. Alex. Campbell, G. W. Lounsberry. and A. J. Megler. D. C. Lewis. Edgar P. Hill, E. W. Murphy, W. D. Brown. M. Frlodenthal. Robert Mcintosh. L. A. Pike, Fred Heln. J. C. Kpperly. E. Cooklngham. Mrs, John McCracken and son, A. M. Kohlberg. Portland: H. A. Kyer, Seat tle; Chas. Black, Dayton: A. Barthol omew. Seaside; Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Henshaw. San Francisco; W. J. Morgan and wife. Boise City. Idaho, registered at the Occident yesterday. It was suggested yesterday that weekly sessions of the city council be held hereafter instead of bi-weekly as at present. It was argued that such an arrangement would greatly lessen the labors of all concerned. Two meet ings a month could be set apart for the passage of ordinances and other legislation requiring ten or more days of publication, while at the other ses sions could be taken up payrolls, com munications, resolutions, etc. Recorder Williams yesterday receiv ed the following documents for record: I'nited States patent to R. M. Wooden. southeast quarter of northeast quarter and northeast quarter of southeast quarter, section 10. and north half of southwest quarter, section 11, town ship 5 north, range 7 west. 160 acres: C. O. Bottom to Mrs. H. A. Bottom, lot 3. Block 5, Laurel Park addition, til: Kate K. Hobson, guardian, to Annie Johnson. Lots 3, 4. 5. 10. 11, 12, Block 93, McClures, 1150. Family commutation tickets to Clat sop beach over the Seashore railroad can be had on application to the aud itor, Room 4, Flavel Block. TREMENDOUS ENTHUSIASM (Continued from First Page.) the party that proposes to destroy the balance which our fathers instituted In our form of government and wherever a tumultuous congress does not agree with the supreme court, and a subser vient president Is In the White House, that the Judgment of the people shall be considered and reversed by Incrvas lng the number of Judges and packing the court with men who will decide as congress wants them to. I cannot ex aggerate the gravity and Importance and danger of this assault upon our constitutional form of government" The ex-presldent said he did not In tend to spend any time In the discus sion of the tariff question. That de bate had been won and need not be protraeted. He then entered Into a discussion of the financial question along the lines laid down by the Re publican platform. FIRE ALARM BOXES. Box 5 Trulllnger'a Mill. Box t Astor and Seventh street. Box 7 Ninth and Duane. Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth. Box 8 Clatsop Mill. Box 12 Car Stables. Box 14 McGregor's Mill. FROM NOW TTNTIL SPRING Overcoats and winter wraps will be la fashion. They can be discarded, tempor arily while traveling In the team-tut, ted trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. For solid comfort, for speed and for safety, no other line can compare with this great railway of the West Most so-called "salmon twines" are col ored with acids. The acids rot the fibre snd render the material useless. In the office of Elmore, Sanborn & Co. Is an ob ject lesson that ought to be examined by all fishermen. It Is the whole of the materia used In the manufacture of Mar hall's twine from start to finish. Go there and examine the color right through. You will see then why Mar hall's is called the beat in the world. What an awful sensation It Is to sud denly realize that JUHt when you were looking your best your skirt braid was dangling in the most untidy fash Ion. OASTOniA. Tit tit inll ! i Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No cure no pay. B'or sale at Es-tes-Conn Drug: Store, There's more clothing destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake" contains no free alkali, and will not injure the finest lace. Try It and notice the difference In quality. Ross, Higgins & Co. sorxn ukasons. Prominent Railroad Man Tells Why Ho Wants tlood Money. President Samuel tl. DeConrsey, of the Western New York and Pennsyl vania Hallway, has written the follow ing striking letter to the Hallway Ago. It Is one of the best presentations of I the money question yet published and I will repay a reading by all seeking light on this subject: I "It Is an axiom that no two things, can be equal to the umic thing If tuoy are not equal to each other. So one would therefore part with a barrel of llower. a ton of coal, a horse, or any other article for a dollar In silver at the same price that he would for a dollar In gold, unless the silver dollar ; and the gold dollar were of equal value, at the time of his selling. If the silver dollar Is of less value limn the gold dollar the trader will ask as much more for. what he has to sell, If payable In sliver, as the silver dollar has depre ciated In value below the gold dollar. In other words, If gold should go to a premium of ;.i per cent the trader who would ask l.:.0 for any article of mer chandise payable in sliver, would at tlw same time be willing to lake In full : payment II In gold. 'Those who are urging the free aim , unlimited coinage of silver claim that . uuler unlimited coinage silver will at; once advance to the par with itold. of ' mrse this claim would not be realised.' because the Impulse that will be given j to the production of silver Is likely. In ' time, through the enormous quantity that will come on the market, and un-( der the well known law of supply and ( demand, to cause It to drop below even Its present bullion value In gold; but for sake of argument suppose we al-' low that their claim Is sound and that a silver dollar will be of equal value 1th the gold dollar, who Is to be bene-j fitted by unlimited coinage except the silver mlneowner. who will then be' able to get almost twice as much for his product as he does now ? Evidently, , If the farmer who owes a mortgage on his farm has to pay as much for silver dollars as he now does for gold dollars. the free coinage of silver w III not bene-; tit him. SupKse. on the other feand, ' that silver does not appreciate to the par of gold, docs any sane man believe that when purchasing his supplies, pay- ble in sliver, he will not pay an In-, crease In price over what he would have to In gold? "Those of us who are old enough to remember our late civil war and the prices paid for the necessaries of life consequent uKin the Inflation caused by paper money, well remember that when gold sold at the premium of 100 per cent you could buy twice as much sugar or flour or coal If you paid for It In gold as If you paid for It In silver. "When flour was at J10 per barrel, , payable in paper money, a inun who was so fortunate as to have J.". In gold could take It to the exchangers, soil it at 100 per cent and receive $10 In paper money, and so pay for his barrel of (lour. During our civil war flour went to $16 per barrel, coal to $15 per ton, and other commodities advanced In like proportion; wages, however, did not ad vance In any such ratio, and I venture to say that during the time of Inllallon. produced by satd war, the wages of labor bore a less ratio to the prices of the necessities of life than they have at any time since. Yes. I am In favor of sound money. I am a wage-earner, a member of the large bread and butter brigade, and I want to be paid for my services In the very best money know n, so that when I come to convert my wages Into clothing, food, etc., I will get greatest return. I hope that every' wage-earner will consider long before he supports, by his vote, what seem to me the fallacies of those who are In favor of this country launching out Into the unlimited coinage of silver. The very word unlimited should cause them to reflect; for even unlimited gold, using the word unlimited In Its largest sense, would, under the law of supply and de mand, cause an Inflation of prices which would be against the wage-earner, unless he could secure an advance In his wages exactly equal to the ad vance in the cost of living. "Speaking for the one railroad Inter est which I represent. I do not see how it will be possible for us to ad vance wages, and I view with alarm the effect upon many railroad organi zations If by the advance of gold to 100 per cent or even 50 per cent, the fixed charges of said organizations are likewise Increased from 50 to 100 per cent "If I am right In my conclusions that It Is better for me to receive my wages In the best money known, It logically follows that It will likewise be better for everyone of my co-laborers, and I hope that all of my fellow workers and wageearners will see it to their own and their country's advantage to sup port the cause of sound and honest money." TELL IT OUT. Don't sit down and wait (or trade, 'Taint the way, Get a hustle, make her show, Push your business make her go, Don't sit down and wait for trade, 'Taint the way, 'Taint the way, If you've got something to sell, Tell It about. Let your neighbors see you're "fly," Get up "bargains," don't say dl, If you've anything to sell. Tell it out, Tell It out. Folks don't know you If you don't Advertise, Keep things movln' every day, Talk about It; that's the way, Folks won't know you If you don't Advertise, Advertise, ROYAL DaKing Powder. Highest of all la leavening Strength. V. S. Government Report Salton Sea Salt for baths at the Estes-Conn I)rng Store. 10c and 25c per package. WARRENTON Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Min on application. n,B fiPn UC1 A RESORT FOR Corner Commercial and nth St.. QUNTLI3MHN M.V.X CAVI'nlll.l.. Pros. In Medieval Days When people wonted anything thry knelt down and prayvd tor IL How ever, that wss some llm. ago. Along about 10 a fellow named Omen berg, who had "com. do llliln over." was monkeying around a carpenter shop ,n I-"11 whit tled som. Ilttl blocks and actually made an alpha!el. Then h. rigged a sort of-well. a machine that would look something Ilk. our tot ter preas of today. 11. arrangnt Ma blocks In order, put aom. Ink on tl.em. also a piece of paper, anil then screwed his press down. That waa called printing (Mil Oulenbrrg made a howling success of th. racket, and his hrad became so swollen that he really snubbed th. king one day. The king otcrtookeo It. however, for he had an ldi-a what kind of fellows printers would be. Wall, linnlly they sol th. prim ing system down pal. and, aa th. centuries rolled by. twgan printing newspapers first person. Invariably singular number, any gender and hard case. In This Enlightened Day There are many newpnpei as a matter of fact. Hut II Is an utt.r Impossibility to get a newsimper to admit It. The advertising patronage of a newspaper depends largely yes. wholly-upon Us circulnllon. A newspaper Is a great deal Ilk. th. human body: If Its circulation Is good. It prospers: otherwise, otherwise. Bom. papers publish Want Columns That Is, a column, or a number of i columns, devoted to small advertlee ments. If a fellow wants anything -trouble, a wife, a house don't make any different, what II Is h. can get It by means of a small ad. ; Included in the "r.t" column are "Kor Sale," "For Kent," "Lost," "Found." "Stolen" and "Mlscel i Inncous." Now, Just so. what chumps som. people are! Why, a ' man has been known to hunt over a clty-thls clly-for days looking for a house In which to live. Mad 1 ha come to The Asiorian office and ( asked for a want ad. h. could hav. gotten his house without th. least i bit of troubl. and for about 3 cents. It Is Needless To tell of Th. Astorlan's clrcula : Uon. Th. paper has been estab I llahed for a quarter of a century. Why, old Concomly read th. first rumor of th. building sf a railroad i to his braves from It. Circulation is Th. Astorlan's long suit. Conse quently, when a fellow comes Into . Th. Astorlan office, looks pleasant, throws down 2S cents on th. coun ter and says ha wants a hous, he gets It. Why, Jnst Think I Th. Astorlan goes Into every house In Astoria and a great majority of thos. in th. surrounding section! of Oregon and Washington. Hence, It you insert an ad. In The Astorlan, It Is equivalent to engaging a man to go around to all those houses and telling th. inmate that you want something or have something for sale. Why, talk about a snap! A Bit of Advice When you want anything no mat ter what It Is when you havs any thing for sale; when you lose, find or steal anything, come around and tell your trouble to Th. Astorlan. Bring 26 cents with you, and, abovs all things, look pleasant Tall ths clerk that you want a want ad. In th. want column, give him your cents and go away happy. As Her man Wise would say, a want ad. will restore the blind, th bald and th bowlegged to manhood. 3 Lines OC for Cents. .Try It. Indigestion Is often taken for con sumption. The word consumption means wasting away, and dyspeptics often waste away as badly as consump tives. The reason people waste away Is be cause they don't get enough to eat, or they don't digest what they do eat. If the latter Is your trouble, take Shaker's Digestive Cordial. This will help you to digest your food and stop your loss of flesh. Shaker's Digestive Cordial Is made from herbs, barks, and tho Juice of fruit, by the well-known Shakers of Mount Lebanon. It possesses great tonic and digestive powers. Hhiiker's Digestive Cordial has cured many supposed consumptives who were really dyspeptics by simply helping their stomachs to digest their food, thus giving them nourishment and new strength. Sold by druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents. WHEN IN PORTLAN-Call on Jno. F. Hundley Co., 124 Third street, and get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not miss their morning paper while there. If you will look into tlio nituntioii you will wv that WARRENTON is tho croam of wwt nidJ property. Tliu eonler of improve wonts i lurt ami us an invcHtinent for luini wkh i a home thi'ro is nothing to equal il in tho wholo proposition. In WARRENTON lots aro all largo, full ni.o, fiOxlOO. I'riet'H rango from $lf0 to $'.!"0 fuoh. Sold on installmoiiK Tonus to unit, fnvo your cluing,, ami buy a lot in V ARRFNTON Beaver Hill and Oilman Fur fmully or Hlmm riirim (LKAN UKAMOMA1.K IN I'ltH'K ELMORE, SANBORN A time: card Of the Astoria & Columbia River R. R. Itally. a e eat 1 If K 't. VM. r.M , P.M. A.M. A. W. X : T :M n :M 10 :: 7 :!VI tavs . 3:NI:1U:) II :!8:5U Arrivs . Astoria . . , .Ssnalilo . On Saturday ' S and t run through one hour earlier than time given above, and on Hunday one hour later. First class trains carry baggagn but n freight and make way stops at Warrrnion and tirarliart only. No freight will be carried on Sunday. C. F. l.KtfTKH, Hupt. FOARD & STOKES COMPANY... Wholesale and Retail Sewing CASH, !MS ALL KIN 05 L' I VI I tx . a - cVVi v Steel Cookina Ranaes from mlp SI2E5 r-ffl,J-;, Cash or tost ExetiFsion i Season SEASIDE AflD RETURN Concomly Tribe, No. 7 Improved Order of Red Men Sunday, August 30 Train Leaves Telephone Dock at 9 a. m. Round Trip, $1. Children between 5 and la, 50c Astoriu .Military Hun J will furnish the music, both HtriiiK J hriiNs No qticationurilc characters ullowed on the tlancliiK pavilion. WANTED. WA.NTKD A girl to do general house work. Apply 122 4th street. Hoy 15 years of age, willing to work, desires homo where he will be enabled to attend school. Call or address Vl Bond street. $10 to $18 per weeh for men and women for easy bom work. No books or canvassing. No experience. Bona lid offer. No Catch. Bend stamp for work and particulars. E. HERMANN, 211 8. Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED At once; active agent (or each county. Exclusive control and no risk. Will clear 12 to 25 hundred dollar a year. Enclose stamp for full particular or 25c for tl sample. Bit Itapld Mineral Water Co., Big Rapid. Mich. FOR HINT. FOH KENT A furnished suite of rooms on ground floor centrally located. 414 Exchange street. FOR RENT Newly furnished room; hot and cold bath; call at this office. FOR RENT Three furnished room with or without board. Apply 181 7th street. FOR BALE. FOR SALE Two cottages, new. In quire of Mrs. Hall, 301 Exchange street, or A. A. Cleveland, Kinney Building. FOR BALE 12-room lodging House. Centrally located; cheap lease; bar gain. Astoria Land and Inv. Co., 3G6 Commercial street. JAPANESE GOODS Fireworks Just out Just received Just what you want at Wing Lee's, 043 Commercial street. LOST. FOUND A lady's shoulder wrap. Owner can have same by calling at the Astorlan office and paying for this notice. ...COAL . . . Try It.. CO. Afcnts. Astoria. Imilv e I i i . i I A, U. A. M. r.U I'M .Arrlvo'7::ui IO:ti8.V(V..W , UWrt III ll:i)0 4:tlOM.'i ;l0 Machines Isxtallstcats 40 InUtallments. -Wo Can Nnvo You Money. R. L. Boyle & Co. Heal Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS COMMERCIAL. ST. The Bon Ton iZX: RESTAURANT All kinds of Fish. Oame. Oysters and other delicacies of th season served on short nolle. Our fapetclnltyi THE BEST IRc MEAL. On the Coast. STEAMERS Bailey Gatzert & Ocean Wave (Whit Collar Line.) TIME CARD. OCEAN WAVK. Leave Astoria Leave Portland Tuesdays 7 p. m. Mondays 8 p. m. Thursdays 7 p. m. Wednesdays 8 p, m, Sunday 7 p. m. Fridays, 8 p. m. Connects at Astoria at 8 a. m. Sun days with steamer leaving Portland It p, m. for Flavel and Ilwaco. IMILKV OATKltT. Leave Astoria Leave Portland Monday ( a. m. Mondays 8 p. m. Tuesdays 6 a. m. Tuesdays 8 p. m. Wednesday ( , mAVedneBday 8 p. m, Thursday 8 a. m. Thursday 8 p, m, Fridays a. m. Fridays 8 p. m. Saturdays 6 a. m, Saturday 11 p, m. C. W. STONE, Agent. v.