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THE P.tlLY AS1WIAN, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 197.
COLUMBIA SHOE COMPANY
TOD AT' S WEATHER.
OoraelonsJ rain or enow.
If there's a hard, unpleasant task.
Or difficult thlnff to do,
TU always offered to "somobody else,'
Now Isn't this very trwT
Try Bchllllnt'i Beet tea and baking powder,
Matinee today at 2 p. m.
Want $100 bike? Chw Soda Mint.
Chajige f bill each night, at the Wli-
ard Oil dhow.
D. W. Crowlipjr, a Portland commission
mar., to In the city.
Groceries at the lowest prices at tba
Pacific Grocery Co.
Bl cycle and repair shop at US Ninth
street. Charges reasonable.
LAiTB3 WOOL SUPPER SOLES,
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'8.
J. P. Blrt, of San Francisco, la rlMtimr
his son, of the Western TnKn office.
Ask for sample of Chnse A 8an bora's
famous teas, at Rosa. Hlirg.na Co.',
Ton cm always find the best cream ry
batter and sweet, fresh cream at the
Now is the time that housewives are
busy with plana for mince meat, iiump
km pies and turkey.
Remember the RUurday matinee to
day; adults 15 cents, children 10 cents.
Be sure to bring the children.
C. G. Palmberg, the leading contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing' and building work; 171 Duane
A few more Flintshire and Florida
arriving In the port of Astoria and taking
on grain here will start business to
REWARD PoJd. and no questions
asked for return of orchestra bells. In
red case, property of C. Simpson, Rich,
As a rule, after a heavy blow, there
are a. number of vessels to arrive In port,
but yesterday only two put In an appear
ancethe State and the Vldette.
A flurry of snow whitened the hills
yesterday morning and a heavy frost
occurred last night, making quite a re
spectable wlntery ajipearanee in the ity.
The Holy Innocent's Guild vrtll hold
Its annual sale of fancy articles In the
old Adair school house In Upper Astoria,
on November , afternoon and evening.
Congregational church Preaching by
the pastor at usual hours. Momin?
theme. "A Nail In a Sure Place": even
Ing, "Use and Abiwe of Creeds." All
ser most cordially Invited.
A great many uswful and beautiful
articles suitable for Xmas presents will
be for sale Tuesday evening, November
SS, at the Prebyterian church. Remem
thty also have home-made cakes. Jellies
Rev. R. E. Dunlap. pastor of the Meth.
odlst Episcopal church at Warrenton,
will prench in the Astoria If. E. churoh
Sunday morning at 11 o'cock and at 7:30
p. m. Sunday school at 12.3) p. m. Ep
worth league at 6:30 p. m.
All w-s ask Is an order and we will
deliver your oysters on Thanksgiving
morning. Oysters 25 cents a pint. Fresh
Baltimore oysters, California shrimp and
lobsters at moderate prices. Place your
order at once. Eatock Oyster Parlors.
In the Justice's court yesterdiy Jacob
Jackson sued Eric Haapoja for SM.50.
and attached a boat and net. The de.
fendcun set up a counter claim for T
and got Juiirment for the difference with
costs. Mr. Harrison Allen aprnareil for
Services as usual tomorrow at the Pres
byterian church. Subject of the rooming
semon, "Pter and John at the Gate
Beautiful." In the evening the pastor
will give the third lecture. In the course
on the BibV-: subject. "The GosrHs as
Histories." All aJM cordially Invited.
See the funny fltlle man.
E. A. DeYo Is agent for Soda Mint Gum
To wenr diamonds chew Soda Mtnt,
For your stomach's
sake chew Sod
Nr. Walter C. Smith, of Portland,
visiting In the city.
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'S.
For real ltfe-llke an J artistic photos,
call on Snodgrasa, the fotografer.
LADIES' SILK MITTENS, CENTS
TO tt.50 AT DUNBAR'S.
Our prices are the lowest in the Ottgr.
Call and sea us. Paclflc Grocery Ox
Umbrellas covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at IKS Ninth street.
CHILDREN'S WOOLEN MITTENS,
IS CENTS FEK PAIR, AT DUNBAR'S.
The pilot schooner Jessie Is still outside
and wsrt not reported In sls-ht vs:erday.
P. J. Meany. the leading merchant
tailor, ir Tenth St The highest price
paid for fur skins.
Mrs. A. A. Ruckvr returned on tli
Statu this morning frm a visit with rvl-
atlvea in California.
Frank Stokes Wt ywterd.iy morning
for Puget Sound to attend to his can
nery Interests at that pkvew.
New crop dried fruits, new cr-T raisins.
figs and assorted nuts alt extxra fine
quality, at Ross. Hlgglns A Co.
Dry fir slab wood for sale. Astoria
Land A Investment Co.. Commercial and
Eighth streets. Teielphone 9?.
Mr. Robert Wakefield, the contractor.
Is In the city ami says he is making
good progress with the railroid brl.Ures.
The rush this cokl weather for the Cole
air-tight heaters at H.iwvs' old M.iid
keeps Jim Ijiwj and the boys very busy.
The mechanical devices at the Wizard
Oil shows are cleverly arranged and add
quite a unlquv feature to the performances.
NOTICE: The public should rent m-
ber that there Is but one original, alr
tlghth. Queen heater In the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are the exclusive, As
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider
and a large line of other seasonable
staple and fancy groceries at Ross, Hlg
glns & Co.
After the storm a little frost has tnkfn
possession of the weather stage vlth
every propeet of clfar weather for
Dr. Lniton, Warrenton: M. A. Hackett,
Wm. Gregory. Wm. Lani. Clifton; Albert
Ardenson. Wfstfjrt: are n gi'terej at the
It Is understood that the lighthouse
board In constructing llghthlx with
steam protwlllng power had In view th
usw of that power In gales to prevent lb
anchor chains from snnpitiug. and that
last Wednesday had the propellor of No.
been In motion and kc't the head of
the vrssts up to the ty she would not
have lost her tancnor. It l, of course.
always ey to lock the stable door when
the horse Is stolen.
Captain Oreene, of the State, wild yes.
terday that the fog horn of the lightship
No. C onnnM ho heard In a gale a much
longer distance than two miles, while
the whistle mi No. 50 could be henrd
eight miles. It Is also iitV.rrn.il that the
statement mad a few day ago that the
fiighorn not blowing when the Col
umbia oral Mogul came In was crree.
That the whistle cannot le hrvird a great
distance may account for tV Columbia
and Mogi 1 not hirl;g It.
M. A. Hackett, foreman : Wm. I.nnit.
assistant forcnum. and Wm. Oregon-,
assistant eivgin-t-r of the CetimM.i River
Stone CVntract Co.. arc In the city
with one of the big dredgers lately used
on the railroad line. Thv comiuny U
headed by John Klernan of Portland, who
recentty purchased the Glcnmor.ur. The
itrc1ir.T will be taken to tlwaco tolay
nlhl frim there shlpiM by rail to the
Glenmorag. Tte plans of the company
are to dredge out a canal from the ship
to Shoalwatvr la.v and thus float the
stranded vessel to deep water. It is also
thought that the company will hoy the
Potrlmpos and float her In a similar way.
Foard Stok.n say they will sell out
If they get thHr price. The star Is
about the only on. not yet tried to float
these ships and may prove suovsful.
' (Continued from First Tags.)
he will go on to th wtwilfm Captain
Tuttle Is to select the other men who will
make the relief larty from the cn'W on
hoard tho Hmr. Ten days ago he hud
Just retiiriuM from his Wist trip to the
wlMlon, but he wIN lo ready to start
out again whemer we want to go. II
will U InHHwsiblo for lUm to net any
farther north Usui I'nnlaska, w in re he
will lo olillged to lay up for tho winter.
Then and thei the overland Journey
will txvln. With dogs ami slols and all
the food we e-in owrry, wo will wt out
for IVrt Clarence. A relnd.-er colony
at the government station at that pl.ii-e
Is to furnish fiV reludivr. We will hcrl
them nlhl drive thetn with lis M our
"Tho rUHVt we Imve ivIvihI tell us
' ! Ilkvt thttro tvr, whit?,rt nn.l rtv- nr
six vessels caught In the wV.it or Ice. If
our party reaches the MitTerers t!uy will
Isj carol for until the revenue cutter I'oir
can got through in tho spring. Those
who are a)iM then ought to "arrive In
Seattle next fall."
Great Cloak Sale I
Prof. MoEwn. the great mind reader
and hypnotst, will commence a a-eek'
engagement at Fisher's cpeni house,
next Xrondtay evening. This celebmttl
gentleman must be seen In all his great
feats. He 1s performing this week I'l
Portland to crowd! houses each night,
and no doubt Fisher's will be crowded
next week to the door The prices of
admission have been placed at S3 and W
cents for reserved seats, and 25 cents for
giUlery . Seats on sale Saturday morn
ing at Grtfnn A Reed's.
W. P. Th-s. F. H. Elvidge. San Fran
I c!po: D. W. Crowley. H. E. Parkliurst,
Portlr-nd: C. H. Callender, Knappton. are
at tho Occident.
At the Baptist church there will be
the usual services Sunday. Themes of
eermons wf.l b. In the raornins. "Tl!-
Choice: or Christ and Bambas:" in the
evc-rmg. "Why n-come a Christ! in?"
The captain of the bark Vldette, which
arrived yestfrday from Snn Francisco.
sya that the American bark Oakland,
Captain Whitney, left for Astoria thirty
days ago and is now overdue. Hi fears
for hr safety.
HARPER Whiskey on your sideboard
proves your teste Is correct. It proves
also that you are doing your duty to
your guest and to yourselfkeeping th
finest whiskey otrtainable. gold by Foard
& Stokes Co., Astoria, Oregon.
A special sale of hats will be Inaugu
rated this morning, to continue for two
weeks.nt the old stand of Mrs.Sarah P.o..
the leading milliner of Astoria, Every
person who buys at one time during the
sale goods to the amount of t',.00 will
receive free a child's hat of the latest
stylo and art'stlo trimming.
Swedish Lutheran church Services at
10:30 a. m. in Swedish. Sunday -eh'ol
at 12:11. Ever.lr.g services at T:30 in Eng
lish. Text, Matt. 25:31-1?. Topic. The
Son of Man. the Divine, Judse of the
World." Tills Is the last Sunday of tho
church year, end we thank those v.-lv)
have come regularly to our ervl jc-, hop
ing that they have derived P'm? spiritual
benefit fro:n the preaching In o'ir hum
ble congregation. J. A. Edlund, pastor.
: $20 0022
We've heard of people " en
joying' "poor heakii guess
some of them "enjoy" poor
Good food for good health
Schilling 's Best baking powder
At the solicitation of persons interested
In thw relief of Mr. Nelson mss-b-vg.
whose house was burned on Tuesday last,
a subscription has been st.irtwl In his
behalf. Hon. J. T. Lighter, of '.he Dally
Astorlan. has consented to be custodian
of the funds. The subscription paper may
be seen nrd subscriptions left at the
Astorian ofice, where they will be irop
erly cared for until forwad.il to Mr.
WM. SEYMOUR SHORT.
THE OBJECTION NOT GOOD.
There are people w ho have objections
to advertising matter In the columns of
a ncwspaiwr. The ground of objection
Is that they do not want to, read ad
vert laenients. Now this objection Is not
good, for oftentimes these advertise.
ments convey valuable Information.
For Instance, how else would the trav
eling public learn of the excellent din.
Ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen
tral lines between St. Paul and Chicago
or the general comfort of traveling over
this popular line. For particulars call
on the nearest ticket agent or address;
J. C. Pond. O. P. A.. Milwaukee. Wis .
or Geo. S Hatty. General Agent. 2tt
Stark street. Portland, Or.
Why do women wear velvet haits wtth
their summer silks?
ladles' Hack Cheviot Coal, WOO . -Ik seal plush CMIdron'. short Coats w. a
value, sale price Copes, good lonsti,, mu ,wee,,. HJ ,om, M.rtn.ent at prions fro.n
value, aiUe prtoe
$2.79 S1.69 $1 Up
ladles' Mack w navy blue Deawr laice' black llmver Caps. t'hlldrsns' long Coat., mts of
Owt. welt seams. I W value, sale trmme,t In fur, 17 UiohM long. 1W mixed goo. nwiilnr prlc, S.()0.
ll!,, oh sweep, worth It. 00, sale prioo sals pries
SI.95 m $2,95
ljullea' fine Kersey Vt. In black Ia,' uca nw .louNs Chdroi' Im.g Ciwts of fancy eol-
only. the best IS.W tt r sold. C, ju m1Pa !,.. jjo (noli swoop. rd liouols ..oih. regular prlos
s.nle pii. U 00 value, sale rlce I9 00. sole price
$5.00 $3.49 $5.00
Iidl.s' bt.u k or navy bhio Chin. Iull,' wk llouelo doth Coat. IjmMcs' Ua. k flgiiro.1 Motmlr fP-
chllla Owt. bml.le.1, rrgulur price trlmmcl with .Ilk. braid on scam., nr. to skirt, full width vrlvsieen
111 W. sil price rrguair prlc H&.W, sain price bound, sals price
$7.75 S9.95 $1.50
liidlcs' fine Ian OovM cloth coat. Indies- mtxfd clor Mrtlon Co,ts. Udls black Alwa swrts skirt
fly front, rguiar price i:T5. sale h best Coat fur the nsnry evi-r .4- Uffeta llne.1 vnlvolosn bound, ohaao
l'ri '"red at liOO, sole prtoe
$8.75 56.95 $2.50
Try an oyster stew, for 23 c nts, at
the Parlor, next door to Hahn's shoe
store. Fresh oysttrs always on hand;
In any style, or deliver -i bv th
pint or quart, at 25 and M cents, re
spectively. In any part of the city.
Services at Orr.e church tomorrow as
follows: Early celebration -,f th'- Il.lv
Communion at 8 o'clock. Morning prayer
and sermon at V.. Sunday school. 12:?'
p. m. Evening prayer at 7: p. m. Kv.
fning prayer at floly Innocents' chone!
in T'pperiown at 3:30.
Cyrus Koble Old Eourbon Wi.lskey Is
tho only American whiskey of interna
tional reputation. It Is bwOd only
after it has been six years In ensks. Its
flavors are developed by perfect stomee
In heated warehouses, and this Is what
make It delicious In cocktails.
In speaking of future events In As
toria Dr. Alfred Kinney yesterday MI
that he expeetel Mr. Hammond here D'.
oember 1, and that h- kw-w the latter
gentlt-man h:ui the -h-m-s financed for
the building of a sawmill, flour mil! and
dry d'K-k. These .nt.-rrrlses wj. trf. pu.
through with the aid of Astorinns. which
hai been pIMe'ed.
An l.-K-h of snw W! itp the railroad
lln-. Thursday rdisht, and some ;,r's or
th- work have b'f-n ey;,ff-l for a day
or two. It Is t reined that one r,r tw
of the !. nvy cuts have filled in. but the
hip steam ov'l is .it aork an I will soon
have. thm cleaned out. Track Ia-,,,p. is
be;nfr jrus'.ed forward rapidly and the
pro.T,rvis are for completing th"
r'id by January 1.
CITY COfNCIL MEETIN'5.
There Is to Be a Public Ijindlnir Pock
at Fourteenth Street.
At the city council meeting l.ust nlcht
Mayor Taylor presltUil. All the mem
bers were present ejc.-opt Tru: linger. The
minutes of tire last meetlttg were re.id
The i!ition of H. Hambiet, f .r llauor
lieense, was KTtmted. A petition ftr an
e'rrtri" Ilirht at the Interse-etlon of T.ex.
Ir.t-'on aventM and Tenth str'-t w is pre
sented and referral to the committee on
ftrw'ts a.".d public ways.
A remonstrance fr.m Andrew And-r-
son nsralnst the oonstmctlon of n drain
In M -("lure's ad.JItJon wms read an l re-f-rrrtl
to tho committeo.
A eommunloation from Thad Tnil. Inner
for a lesnv of absenoe of three months
wiih rt.id and granted.
1 ne ways and mmiw committee re
ported favorably on the petition of Mow.
ery for the construction of on alleyway
on Forty-second street.
The petitions of William Bock and S
K. I. tzinger for retail liquor licenses,
upon rport of the commttree, were
The petition for an electric light at
Se-oond and Aertor streets was, on favor
able report of the committee, granted.
1 ne nre and water committee recom
mended the payment of a number of
bills, ar.'l warrants were ordered drawn
'he trenera.1 fund for their paynrmt.
An ordinance was introduced by Clin
ton apprep rioting I2M0 out of the general
fund pay.-t'n'e to tho Astoria writer com.
mission for the use of fire hydrants.
Weir h amend.sl by "Providing that the
water commission make a reduction to
families of r'J per cent." The amend
ment was adopted, Clinton and Thomp
son vorlne "no." Read first time.
An ordlrmiK.- authorlilng the auditor
to tf.s,je .Greets Vnl to Leander ly.
Irfk f..r the Improvement of Irving ave.
ntie. was ref-Tred to committee on ways
An ordinance authorizing the auditor
to fcistie street bonds to Lennder I-beck
for the lm,rov--nent of Fourteenth street
was refrn-cd o committee on wnys and
An ordinate -irr,roprlatlng 11110 out of
the r.-.d and crossing fund In favor of S.
Nomille fr,r Ti. improvement of Bond
str.ef, .1 f,,r, reading.
An ordlna.ire ,M,ronrlatmir tm.K for
Imr.rwrmi t t of Bond street passer)
Northern Paclflc railroad trains leave
Portland dally at 11 o'clock a. m. fx
Tacoma, Spokane, and the East. Close
connection made at Spokane for Ross-
land. Nelson, Sandow and British Co
lumbia mining camps. For maps and
Information call on or address
C. W. STONE.
Leave Orders With
ROSS, BIGCIXS & CO.
A Schilling & Company
&au r raijcisto
Karly yesterday morning the American
Uirk Vldette sailed into the harbor as
far a the black buoy, where sli was
picked tip by the R.-ljef and towed up to
tho city. The life-saving crew telegraphed
up that 'he was in (larger of font' on the
spit, and no little excitement was rr '-a ted
when the rows war circulated. Both, the
tug boats, which had ix-en engaged dur
ing the morning in getting the vessels
ofT the sat.ds, whloh har dragged their
anchors during the storm, put off post
haste, at 11 o'clock for the lower river.
But tho captain of the Vldette s aid he
knew -srhat ho was doing, though he ex
pected to find a tug tooner than he did.
the third r.
the str" .
T.s-t , a;
feet t;-;' t:
'!! at M
to the irrifrr',
arne V- irtkea
" for the Improvement of
Vo'i'.g's bay was Tw-d on
e f.,r the Improvement of
ro the wr-st end of Bond
T.'da ir-venue and from Ala-
"1 ??'iornl hall, passed on
The Only Store That Sells Cheap
"FISIIKirs OIM-iUA II()lSI
TWO HOURS OF FUN
EVERY ACTA FEATURE
(0 early i..l ti t t
c c. imowKit.
ATTOUNKT AT LAW.
(lundTson Hull lln.
Astoria. Or go.
Chs.t.r V. iKdph. ntohard Nixes,
ATTOHNETH AT LAW.
Portland. Orcon. , a. M and n,
Hamilton llulldlng All Ivgat sod esO-Im-tlon
bosln ss promptly allndnd I.
Claims acaliuit th (tivumminl a spa-ilslty.
I'll. JAV Tt'TTLK.
I'llYHICIAN AND HIT HO RON
Office, rooms C and I, I'ythUn bulldg.
U1W Conimervial HI, lti-aldenc earn a,
Acting assistant surjeori t'. rt. Ma
rine hospital service.
And Cverytbing Accessory to i Good
In Button and Lace
Our goods are warranttd
UNtgRMtoWN mnsoMU MU44(,rMtNT
--v' i. V J .If M-1J
ir HUMAN WOC PILE.''-
the wizimmz c?
'ISHER'S OPERA HOUSE....
I.. V. MKI.KI
Ijmhi and Mtiiuitfer
WKKK l O.MMKNt lMI
Monday, Nov. 22
Ewen 1 he latent - HvpniillMll bv tideldiolie.
luitiiri) of all feiituren- II) pnollo luillixin
U'ltni'W lb- b) lUlolli'lii tet A ItelllltlPlI
tin nlal i . 1 1 1 y , hIiiih Ink Ihe uiH'rr of iiilnil over
Sollee tin. mi. ntiil and morn! ili'Velopini'iit
iiy n Vjinii.ii ne urrnl liiiiriler trial If
1iiiik i,r IiiiIki., Jury. Iiiwyem. leti'tlve, r
irler. l ie. Mi'lenlllln, HllllmlliK, llilrllftlv.
Itnek lireuVltiir tel my Hi llli tlie wliii Until.
( 'l'-uv liinit m bund will iiuike you rorir.
liiV(M(iile; nieilllnle; think unil IiiiikIi iw
AiIiiiImiIihi - ItnMTVi'd i iit, 35it mid ,'jiM-; ((ill
t ?t '" r "'' "'"'" H,ll"r''"' uiornliiK lit flrlflln
w'lf adopte-1 to the r-r.
e '',ti triitf-n bv the roun.
"l-'il meeting In regard
r.' r romm-reaI str'-'-t
nd n,e a,i--.rts!ni; of the
no of the Astorlan.
r-tnteilrir.' the auditor to
stVeet Hahn & Co.
vw;nr prer,,rt with neres-
r-ry wa? ndapted.
A. mmVr of -!atm w-r.rr, presulevj bv
the ways nd m-n ns ".mmlltw .and or-d'-r'-d
It m.,' e.; ,,ri ,nUii thnt thl. rnm
mlttee on uriar.ei and water rron'airp
proeeed to make the r.ewwry Imple
ments on the 'lp at tho foot of Four-tee-nth
sfroet f,r the purproo of maklnrr
It a puii: 1and;rir do-lt.
When ennz Kt rravH on the Nortb.
cm Paepio Railway OulrV time and thi
onlv line runnlnsr dlnlnsr cars. Train
leaves Portland daily at 11 o'clock a. m.
Silk Fancy (ioodw
l ine Uccorutvd Jiinawarc
ri.e!al Attention (riven tririll orriem fornny
Hl.vleof Ijirlien' rapH mid Uiiilerwtiir, KUiir
uriUcd ixrrfeet fit.
CHAS. KAN & CO.
367 Commercial St-
. . Try f)tm . . .
Kisses . . spa
1. K, KKVs
ASH skw I Mi
AIM, all Unlit
C. H. Orkwitz
I'llcl M cut ill two.
A. V. ALLEN.
(irocoricH, Feed, Fruits,
Vcgot.'ilili'.s, (, 'rockery,
Cor.Tenth and Commercial street.
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND UOILKR MAKERS
Land and Marine Kufrtm s, lioiler Work,
Steamboat and Cannery Work a sp.
clalty. Castings of all descriptions
made to order on short notice.
John Fox. .President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vloo Prstildent
O. B. Prael Secretary
Astoria Saving Bank Treasurer
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
WIRING i REPAIRING.
Hooms 1 and S. Pythian llulldln.
over C. H. CcMiper's store.
i. Q A. IlOWMIT,
ATTOUNKT AND COL'NBELOa
Ofllcs on tlond street. Astoria, Or.
JOUN T. LIOIITER,
Offlos. upstairs, Aatorlaa Ilulldlnf.
H. T. CROflDT.
Ml Commercial street.
DR. O. H. E8TES,
I'lIYBICIAN AND HUROBON.
npeclal attention to diseases of
Oftloe over Dansia-ers store. Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
TEMPLE LODfJM NO. T. A. F. as4
A. M. Refular cornmunlitattons held ssr
the first and third Tuesday evening
O. W. IX)lIN8nEnRT, W. M,
B. C. IIOLOEN, Becrefary.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In the rouKh or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
ing and shingle. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All order
promptly attended to. Offlee and yard
at mill. H. F L. LOGAN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprlntor.
Portland Savings Bank Bids'.
Iron 11 ml Steel
(Inn-cries iind Provisions
I'loiiriind Mill Peed
Paints, Oils unil Varnlslics
I. oicrs' Siiiilies
I'fiii liiinh's Scales
Doors 11 ml Windows
Afirlciiltu ritl lniilenients
'nions 11 nil Vehicles.
at any man cotnlutf out o'
our star and you'll get
portrait of a man brimming
over with plfRjiiint thought.
Huch quality In the lluuora
we have to offer are enoiiKh to
pleue eny man.
COMB AND TRY THEM.
HUGHES & CO,