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We Carry a Fine Line of Ladles' Gents' Children ; Shoes Complete Stock of Summer Footwear, Bathing Shoes, Etc. Our Uowls An Warratt4 John Hahn & Co. 79 Commercial St. See Our Two-Clasp English Walking Gloves ALBERT DUJ1BAR ! P. X. Corset arc fine fitters. YESTERDATS WEATHER. Maximum temperature, 72 degree Minimum temperature, SO decree. Precipitation, none. Total precipitation from September 1st. 1835, to date, 78.72 Inches. Excess of precipitation from Septem ber 1st. 1S8S, to date. 141 Inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Forecast For Washington and Ore gon, cloudy weather. AROUND TOWN. Know, all the food that individuals find. Or God and Nature meant to mere man kind. Reason's whole pleasure, all the Joys of sense. Lie In three words health, peace and competence. Pope. Extract of beef Sic at Webfoot Sweets, 7 pounds at the Webfoot Mixed pickles Soc a gallon at Webfoot can be had on application t the aud itor. Room i Flavel Block. PoelMy I agog over half a dotcn engagements recently announced among popular young people. Numer ous weddings will soon be In order. We guarantee our headache tablets to cure any cae of headache In fifteen minutes; price 25 cent. Can be sent by mall. Rogers, drugglat, 4.9 Commer cial street. The last game of baseball of the sea son will probably take place Sunday afternoon between the Astoria and lwls and Clarke teams at the Smith's Point Grounds. In the police court yesterday there were no cases, Charles Crlckett having Jumped his ball. He had been Intoxi cated and was released on to ball, but never came back. I- evening Miss C. Keep, who for some time has been visiting with Mrs. E. Z. Ferguson, was given a farewell party. She leaves In a day or two for her home In the East. The bad condition of the principal streets of the city calls for Immediate attention on the part of the authorities. Many large hole In the planking en danger the life of man and beast. In the Justice's court yesterday Jo seph McCann and Hank Pennell were arraigned on a charge of having ap propriated piling belonging to Clinton Sons. They will be tried today. Fresh country eggs, 15c per doien: Albany Creamery butter, the only but ter to put on the table: fresh fruits of all kinds, at the lowest market price, at th Astoria Creamery, 4J3 Duane street If jrou want a aura rslief for pains In th back, side, ctt.st, or limbs, ust Porous Plaster BBaft IN Mind Not ens of th. host f counterfeits and Imita tions is as good as ths genuine. Allcock WARRENTON way has come to the coast In pursuit . of recreation, his relation to the Hoi- wav estate havliur absorbed his entire ' :,r,vt f Free Coinage-on Knllmads and Columbia Harbor Land Co. Webfoot sella spuds at 90c dred. hun- It pay to take your cash to the Webfoot Bulgarian prunes 60c Webfoot Mocha and Java cofft . at Webfoot a box at the 23c a pound Ray Morton returned from his vaca tion yesterday. Dr. W. L Howard, Homoeopathlst 5S( Commercial street Tokay, Musca telle and Rose of Peru Grapes at Webfoot Worcestershire sauce catsup 15c at Webfoot and tomato Webfoot Is the only place selling dev iled ham at 5c and 10c. Mr. Andrew Polgity. who recently slipped on a banana peeling and severe ly sprained his ankle. Is rapidly recov ering. Last night he gave several of his friends an exhibition of what a one legged man can do. C B. Smith, the confectioner, carries the only complete stock of French and American candles in the city. Prices from 10c to 24.00 per pound. All mall orders receive prompt attention. Fresh candles manufactured every day. 4SS Commercial street The campaign In Clatsop county wltl be opened tonight at Olney by the Hon. C. W. Fulton, who has been Invited by the Democrats of that section to de liver an address upon the Issues of the hour. It Is needless to say that Mr. Fulton will do the Republican cause Justice. time and attention for years past, and this being the rtrst opportunity he ha had to visit his sister and enjoy the delights of Oregon's far-famed climate. True to his business Instincts, Mr. San. bora has arranged to have his brother In-law Join the outing party which 1 leaves for the Nehalem Valley ttilsj morning. Notw Itlistandlng his many! years' experience In the pine and hem lock regions of Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. It Is safe to predict that What Mr. Midway may be shown In the way of timber over In the Nehalem will prove both a surprise and revelation to him. i The innuest held yesterday by Cor- oner IVhl over the remains of John Suenson. whose dead body was found early Thursday morning on his scow near Clifton, was continued until S o'clock this morning. It Is more than lrohall that the Investigation cannot be completed until Monday, owing to the Inablnllty of several witnesses to' attend. The evidence produced yester day tended to show that It was a case i of straight murder, probably perpetrat-. ed by the same gang that committed the other outrages on the river during the summer. ANOTHER VIEW. CORNER... lAalt Farmers. J BUNU 3(13 The following comprehensive state- i ELEVENTH STS. nient of the effect of fn silver on rail-: Mint OB iDCllntlnn '. road laborers and farmer, made lo tliv i i liallway Age by lienors! Manager A. ! 1 , I U Moulcr, of the Mlniii-dl and St. .Louis Railroad, is Interesting reading: "The effect of the free coinage of sil ver on railway companies would bo to stop new coiict ruction of lines, import ant improvement In old lines. Improve- mrnta in depots, machine Nbupa and in ! roadbeds. Railway companies whose Corner obligation are payable hi gold, would Commercial without iiuestiou lie coniielled til pay a; and llth St, premium for such money to meet ' ' obligations, whlth would be an extra bunion on them, and which would have! to be mot by an Increase in passenger I and freight rates, which the public! would oppose, and. If uci'rssfully op-1 posed. II would throw the roads into, the hands of receiver. A further and more serlou effect under any condl- i If you will look into tin nitimtiW ,"011 will h-o that. WARRENTON is llio rrritm of wont niilo proporly. Tlio c,iiur nf im"uvt lni'ntM i liort and it a 1111 inwHtinciil for Ihuiiiphm 01 ;i homo tlit'i'o is nothing to t'quul it in tlio wholn jmsMisition, In WARRENTON lots 11 ro nil largo, full sizo, fiOxlO'). IYum' imigo from $lf0 to $'2.0 t'lifh. SoM on instnllint'nts. Tornu to nuit. Save your chiingo ami Imy a lot in ... . mrn'ivM WARREN I ON K1CI I... A RESORT FOR aHNTLUMCN Al.l: CAMPMil.l., Prop. Beaver Hill and Oilman Fur rsmllv ur "lm I'lirimara Tr( It CI.KA HKANONA1.K IN THICK I I J ll ELMORE. SANBORN A CO. Agents. Astoria. ...COAL BRYAN'S TUII', My Mend Is Willing, but My Throat 1 Weak." Knonlcavllle. N, V , August i . There were several atop at the small sta tion between Niagara and Knowle lion would be to reduce the number of ! vllle, but Itryan made no speeehe. ills voloe was getting unmanageable. "My head Is willing, but my throat Is j weak." he explained to the people of 1 Uickport who had chartered a band land burned powder to greet him. Men A. Y. Ross, the man who with hi wife a short time ago was attacked by Jack Kenney as they were entering the Astoria laundry, was yesterday held in durance by Justice Abercromble as a witness In the case. It was alleged that Ross was about to leave the city anil would not testify against Kenney. who shot at him and slightly wounded htm. having been bought off for money. This Ross dented, and was Indignant that he should be locked up while his assail ant was permitted to go at large. The matter will come up before the next grand Jury. nun employed, and all employe and omcera would be confronted with the necessity of reducing wages. "The general effect of free Coinage of silver would be to bankrupt almost ail the rallmads In the Fulled States, aat around like bees over the freight anu would prove particularly dlsas- car In the yard, and a cluster of trous to all business interests. No one farmers' wagons, while some hundred will question the fact that If the bust- of agriculturist surrounded the depot. ! ness Interest proser the railroads will probably a thousand all told, certainly do so, but the railroads can- After Itryan had apologised for the . not prosper If the business interests ' short routing of Ills voice, they pr- nieet with reverses. The serious ef- sistol In their calls, so that he said a feet la that all thinking und successful 'few words, thanking them for the In : business men, who have by Industry terest which they displayed In the cam jand labor accumulated money, would palgn. The same scene was repeated have no contblence whatever In scourl- at Medina, where the farmers seemed i ties offered for Investment, while the, to compose the majority of the con- men who are so strenuous for free coin- course. Mrs. Ilryan's car et had 1 age would have little money to Invest been heaped with bouuuet by the la- to maintain and run the business In-idles of I.ookport and at Medina shs , terest of the country. There might be , scattered chrysanthemums among the , a temporary Inflation In the price of people who came scrambling after the sliver, as was the case several year train while It pulled out. tlghtlnc for Familv commutation tickets to Clat sop beach over the Seashore railroad air"' ,vnUh ,,uru'J u' numbvr of all-, every blossom. can be had on application to the sua Itor. Room 4, Flavel F.lock. OF INTEREST T" IHCYCLE ERS. The British ship Clackmannanshire. Captain Thompson, arrived down the river yesterday and cleared at the cus tom house. She has 9"31 sacks of wheat. valued at S19.000; Zy,0X) sacks, or 13,000 i erally receives the least care from the barrels, of flour, valued at M9.000 ; 26SS rider. The importance of the work It sacks of bran, valued at 11100; 400 cases' ha9 to do was early recognised by muk- ver mines unill the product materially increased, hen the reaction came. caused by overproduction; the same RID- thing would certainly occur again. "What makes our cereals today low In value is luck of conlldence. de- There can be no question that on" of creased consumption on account of so the most Important parts of a hleycle large an amount of labor unemployed, is the tire. It has to bear the brunt of and overproduction: the same laws the work. Is constantly coming In con- would certainly govern the free coinage tect with destroying elements, and gen- of slh. r. so that the reaction would bring the value of silver to a much WESTERN I'NION RATES. of canned and dried fruits, valued at $S0O; 1 bale empty flour sacks, valued at 133. The total value of the cargo is J69.S35. The ship Is bound for Algoa Bay, South Africa, for orders. Mr. H. B. Parker has gone to Port land on a short business trip. If Snodgrass doesn't make photos you don't get the best your Gunther's famous Chicago candles in sealed packages at C. B. Smith's. The repairs .to the street In front of the Parker House are n earing comple tion. Etop that tickling In the throat with Rogers' Bronchial Tablets, only ten cents. The first train to leave the O. R. and N. dock will be the one on the G:30 run tonight Well furnished rooms, with or with out board, at the Bartholomew House, Seaside. The Parker House 'bus last evening drove an outing party through the city by moonlight. Mrs. J. W. Griffiths, of Port Town- send, Is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. M. J. Fox. One of the charges against Gus Snugg was yesterday dismissed by Jus tice Abercromble. Recent copies of .the various state papers received show that the editors have not yet ceased to talk of the re cent visit to Atsoria during the regatta. Many Items of interest have been writ ten in regard to the city and its news papers, and a large number of compli mentary notices have been made of the delightful excursion to Gearhart and splendid lunch served by Manager Bar more at Gearhart Park Hotel. The boys want to come to Astoria again. ers of bicycles, however, and they have given much attention to this Important adjunct of the wheel. There are today, perhaps, thirty dif ferent styles of bicycle tires on the market, all of which vary In detail. As to their various merits, theories are of the present time exchange little value; actual experience Is the ducts; until It has reached lower point than It has heretofore reached, and would cause business con ditions to exist In the near future which would make the present time by comparison hilarious. "This country is In no position to maintain an Independent standard con trary to the civilized un-l prosperous nations of the earth, with which It at Its pro a point The Western I'lilon Telegraph Com pany has announced a reduction in rates to take effect September 1st. The reduction Is unite general throughout the country, and applies more largely to non-competlth e point, ltelow I a partial list of principal place In Ore. gon und Washington, w hlch lire af f'Vt'd by the change In rote from A torla: Reduced from 40 to J5 cents Cascade Locks. Dallas, Independence. I-a-fayette, McMiiinvllle, Monmouth, Ore gon City, Salem. Woodhtirn. Reduced from lo to pi cents Adam. Albany, Arlington, Rmw nsvllle, Cor vallls, Empire City. Eugene, Ros.-burg, The Dalles, Anacnrte. Everett, North Yakima. time: card Of the Astoria & Columbia River R. R. bully. ex. v. M P.M. Krolil rlalBop lliieli. X i A.M. Iwily S f 'S T I at t.M. A.M. I 3 J 5 tt a ''I a eS i t. J:Ni7:IOft::illIO.:Mi7:NIUav Ailorl Arrive 7 :l 10 :OA ft Ifttl 4A S :.') S:.MlS.lll::io II ::iftH:MI Arrivs Seaside UavetHsl 0 ; 4 :W A :4M :80 On Saturday No, t and 6 run through one hour earlier than time given above, ami on Sunday one hour later, First clas train carry baggage but no freight and make way stop at Wurreiitoii and liearlmrt only. No freight will be carried on Sunday. C. F. LESTER, Bupt. FOARD & STOKES COMPANY... Wholesale and Retail Sewing Alachines CASH, tMllltM. 4I) ALL KINDS snik. Steel Cookina Ranaes from$ SIZES r-...-.r.---.v.1.r-.v . S H Cash or InUtnllment. -Wo Cnn Hnvo Yon Money Andrew J. Klaffka, Bessie H. France and Fannie H. France made final proofs on homesteads yesterday. Captain Ed. Hallock yesterday receiv ed an important letter containing val uable information as to fire hose. Herman Wise will sell one-half dozen 4-ply linen standing collars for 25c to day only. About 75 dozen on hand. Household furniture for sale at a bar gain. Expect to leave the city. 206 Harrison avenue. Mrs. James A. Duffy. 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. Ice cream by the bushel at C. B. Smith's. Ice cream soda a specialty. Private parlors for ladies. 483 Com mercial street Greater New York consists of 45 Is lands, : Justsas:rtany as there are now stars in ouj flag. It might be called the Island City. Family commutation tickets to Clat sop beach over the Seashore railroad Mr. G. W. Sanborn and Wife, his brother-in-law, Mr. Orlando Holway and wife, P. A. Stokes and family, the Hon. C. W. Fulton and wife, leave this afternoon for a trip to the Nehalem. The party will go in buggies and car riages, accompanied by a freight wagon to carry the stores and camp outfit. A delightful ten' days' outing is antici pated while In the wilds of the great woods. The first stop will be made at Olney, where Mr. Fulton will deliver a campaign address. Yesterday afternoon Photographer Snodgrass Issued the first copies of the pictures of the first engine to enter Astoria. In the group upon and around the locomotive, are the mayor, Collector Page, Captains Thompson and Lewis, of the two steel ships, several other captains and pilots, President A. B. Hammond and a large number of prominent citizens. Mr. Snodgrass also finished a number of photographs of the two steel ships Chelmsford and Ful- wood taken by snap shot from the Steamer Dwyer as she passed down the bay. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Holway, of La Crosse, Wis., arrived in the city yes terday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sanborn. Mr. Holway Is a brother of Mrs. Sanborn, and their father, the late N. P. Holway, was one of the pioneer lumbermen of Wisconsin and Minnesota. As one of the execu tors of his father's estate, Mr. Holway has been in charge of one of the larg est lumber mills In the middle West ever since the elder Holway's death. He Is an expert on all matters pertain ing timber and the manufacture of lumber. It is understood that Mr. Hol- only way to determine this question, j w here It can consume practically all I'niess an article gives satisfaction, de- It produces and manufactures In Its mand for It soon ceases. After a test own country all that It reuuln-s. Hie of over six years, during which time people who live In the present sliver double-tube and single-tube tires have standard countries are alxiut half-cloth- been marketed, at least three-fourths of ed. half-fed. und half-employed, and all the riders In this country today de-' they live In a climate which promotes mand and ride double-tube tires. , Idleness, does not stimulate ambition. i and under general conditions which The leading firm In the United States, , cannot properly be applied to the pen and In fact In the entire world. In the pie living In the United States, who are manufacture of double-tube tires. Is better educated, much more progres Morgan & Wright, Chicago. Their his- slve, much more Industrious, have high tory Is Interesting. The first pneumatic er ambitions and are advancing labor tire th. rags-and-glue kind was glv-i to a position of dignity greater, and es ing trouble, and Morgan & Wright tabllshlng a standard of wages higher, stepped In to fill a great public want. ' than elsewhere on the earth. They furnished a tire that could be "If the railroad Interests of this easily taken from the rim to be re- country are paralyzed no thinking man paired. That was the principal require- can for a moment doubt what It ef ment In those days, besides the usual feet will be upon the general business requirements of speed, durability, and , interests of the country. The success- comfort. McKINLEY ELECTED. The following self-explanatory letter written In red Ink. was received In the Astorlun's mull yesterday: Columbia River, August iTth. To the Editor of the Aslorlan: Sir: McKlnley's letter of acceptance not only will, but has elected him. Yours. REPUBLICAN, A silver man. on basl of parity with gold. tost Excursion i Season SEASIDE AND RETURN TO PARENTS. The Sister of th. Convent of the Holy Name have arrived In Aatorla, and will remain here permanently They can be found at their reldence, Judge Taylor's former home. Frank lin avenue and 16th street Those who desire to mak. application for terms ful, law-abiding, patriotic, and thinking I of tuition, music etc., will please call, Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. v CREAM men are largely advocates of the gold That was several years ago. Single- standard. Home of the most active ad tube tires had been pushed In Europe, 1 vocateg of the free coinage of sliver and were falling, and the same effort avow principle which would result, if was being started In this country. The 1 enforced. In the ultimate dissolution Morgan & Wright double-tube tire of this form of government, quickly proved Its superiority with the "I can see no reason how there could result stated above. The quick-repair be Justified a free coinage of silver any inner tube, which is this year a stand- more than there should be a free ard feature of all of this firm's tires, ' coinage of copper and nickel. Each in has made the position of double-tires dividual man Is entitled to his views practically Invincible, by making It upon this question. There are many quick and easy for the riders to secure, ; men who are today advocates of the at the roadside, a permanent repair a1 free coinage of silver who are so from thing admittedly Impossible in the ma- an honest purpose. There Is, however, Jorlty of single-tube accidents. ! little question In my mind, and the evi dences are beginning to assert them- 8I8TER SUPERIOR. CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. There will be services In the German language at the Congregational church on Sunday afternoon, at 2:30, J. G. Schmld, pastor. At the Baptist Church Regular ser vices. Preaching by the pastor. Sub ject In the morning, "Fatherhood and Sonshlp." In the evening, "The Beau tiful Young Man." Everybody cordially Invited to Attend. Congregational Church Usual ser-1 w j-,, . vices. All are cordially Invited to e,..KUYAL liUKing POWaef. tend the services. selves, that as the mass of voters be gin carefully to study the financial question and the business situation, there will be a change of sentiment. In fact, there Is a change of sentiment quite rapidly forming, which will de feat the pernicious free sliver policy and again reinstate prosperity In this country by the election of a president under a Republican gold protective platform." I NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. Highest of all la leavening Strength. V. S. Oovnnnt Report ' Salton Sea Salt for baths at the Estes-Conn Vrug Store 10c and 25c per package. i " 1 j TELL IT OUT. j Don't alt down and wait for trad., : 'Taint th. way, I Get a hustle, mak. her show, Push your business make her go, Don't sit down end wait for trad.. 'Taint the way, 'Taint th. way, If you've got something- to sell, Tell it about, Let your neighbors e. you'r. "fly," Get up "bargains," don't say die, If you'v. 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, The particular attention of the public Is called to the fact that no tickets will be sold to way stations on the Sea- j and Uth streets. The finest brand of shore road on first-class trains. Ref-i Uquors snd cigar always on hand. Call OUR CORNER. A gentleman's resort, at corner Bond Most Perfect Made, 40 Years the Standard. erence to the published time cards will show that on first-class trains passen gers will be carried only between As toria, W'arrenton, Carnahan, Gearhart Park and Seaside. Passengers for Hunnymead, Sklpanon, Morrison, Glen wood, Weston, Clatsop City. Butter- field, Ohanna, will take second-class trains. C. F. LESTER, Supt. and try us. ANDERSON PETKRBON. "Boys will be boys," but you can't afford to lose any of them. He ready ! for the green apple season by having DeWltt's Chollc and Cholera Cure In j the house. Chas. Rogers, Druggist : FIRE ALARM BOXES. Box 5 Trullinger's Mill. Box 6 Astor and Seventh street. Box 7 Ninth and Duane. Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth. Hox 9-Clutsop Mill. Box 12-Car Stables. Box 14 McGregor's Mill. FROM NOW UNTIL SPRINO 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, Higglns & Co. n fw ii aiii Upiturt Of OASTOniA. 91 ttirr Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No cure no pay. For sale at Eg-tes-Conn Drug: Store. Overcoats and winter wraps will b In fashion. They can b discarded, tempor arily while traveling In th. steam-heated train of the Chicago, Milwaukee and Bt. Paul Hallway. For solid comfjrt, for peed and for safety, no other line can compare with thla great railway of th. Weat Concomly Tribe, No. 7 Improved Order of Red Alen Sunday, August 30 Train Leaves Telephone Dock at 9 a. m. Round Trip, $1. Children between 5 and 12, 50c Astoria Military Hand will furnish the music, both Hiring mid bras No questionable characters alloucvJ on the UancliiK pavilion. WANTED. WANTED A girt to do general huuae work. Apply 122 Uh street. $11) to $IS per week For men and women for easy horn. work. No book or canvassing. No experience. Bona fid. offer. No Catch. Send stamp for work and particulars. E. HERMANN, 213 8. Sixth street. Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED At once; actlv. agent for each county. Exclusive control and no rlak. Wilt clear 12- to 25 hundred dollars a year. Enclose stamp for full particulars or 25a for II sampls. Big Rapids Mineral Water Co., Big Rapids, Mich. FOR MINT. FOR RENT A furnished suit, of rooms on ground floor centrally located. 414 Exchange street FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms; hot and cold baths; call at this office. FOR RENT Three furnished room, with or without board. Apply 181 7th street FOR 8 ALB. FOR SALE Two cottages, n.w. In quire of Mrs. Hall, 861 Exchange street or A. A. Cleveland, Kinney Building. R. L. Boyle & Co. Real Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS. iH3Sm COMMERCIAL. ST. The J3on Ton RESTAURANT Asts'la's Laa4lng . All kinds of Fish. Qams. Oyster and' other dalloaclM of th. ceaaon served on short notlo. Our Mpaclnltyi THE BEST I Be MEAL. On th Ceast. FOR SALE 12-room Lodging House. Centrally located; cheap lease; bar gain. Aatorla Land and Inv. Co., 3r5 Commercial street. STEAMERS Bailey Gatzert Ocean Wave (Whit. Collar Line.) TIMIC CA1U), JAPANESE OOODH Just out Just received JuhI what you want at Wing Lee's, MS Commercial Btrect. The woman In black has the satis faction of knowing that she always looks refined, Is not striking. LOST. FOUND A lady's shoulder wrap. Owner can have same by calling at the Antorlun office and paying for this notice. WHEN IN PORTLAN-:ll on Jno. F. Handley A Co., 124 Third street, and get th. Dally Aatoiian. Visitor need not mis their morning papr while there. OCKAN WAVK. Leave Astoria Leave Portland Tuesday 7 p. m. Mondays 8 p, m. Fireworks I Thursdays 7 p. m. Wednesday 8 p. m. Sunday 7 p, m. Fridays, 8 p. m. Connects at Astoria at 8 a. m. Sun days with steamer leaving Portland. 11 p. m. for Flavel and Ilwaoo. IIAII.KY OATKltT. Leave Astoria Leave Portland Mondays ( a. m. Mondays 8 p. m. Tuesdays 6 a. m. Tuesdays 8 p. m. Wednesday 6 a, mVWednesday 8 p. m. Thursdays a, m. Thursdays 8 p. m. Fridays ( a. m, Fridays 8 p. m. Saturdays 6 a. m. Saturdays 11 p. m. 0. W. STONE, Agent i 1 I 'I- 1 X