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Vol,. IX. No. 1021
HONOLULU. TKlttUTOHY OF HAWAII, VKIDAY, A lOUST 31 HMO
l'liin: 5 Oi:nin.
II WAlfl Til
IN I fflllP
Old Clash In Kalihi Pre-
cinct Apparent at
TWO VERSIONS OF
Club Wouldn't Tie Down to Three
Nominees-Sims Take3 Up the
Gauntlet-Big Vote Expect
T. McCanls Stewart favored the
Bulletin with the following typewritten
account of tho seventh precinct meet
ing held Inst evening:
The Republican Club of the Seventh
Precinct, Fifth District held a warm
and protracted meeting last night at
tho Itcform School. Adjournment was
not had until nearly half past 10
o'clock, and at the end, the sweet dove,
of peace was not In sight. Tho follow
ing nominations went through smooth
ly: Judge W. 1.. Wilcox for president;
Dr. Geo. II. Huddy, vice president, r-d
Isaac H. Sherwood, secretary. Then
came the first clash. These gentlemen
nro now serving, W. IX. Sims nominated
Wong Leong for treasurer. T. McCants
Stewart thqught. that ns the old ticket,
up to this point, was renominated, U.
Louden, the present treasurer, should
be chosen, and he" suggested that Mr.
Sims withdrew the name of Wong Lo
ons. The answer from Mr. Sims was:
"Not on your life. I huvo nominate 1,
mid now I shnll try to elect htm." M.
Leong was elected.
After numerous declinations to serve,
an executive committee wus nomltintsd
with E. C. Winston In the lead, and af
ter more numerous declinations, a
board of Judges of clectlun was named.
When K. It. G. Wallace declined,
Judge Wilcox said, with Ills usual goo I
humor, "Wallace has ono ballot In Ms
possession now.' There wus tho hearti
est outburst of laughter, led by Wal
lace, who replied, "Well, Judge, I cer
tainly don't want aonthcr one."
The next clash came when T. M;
Cants Stewart offered the following
resolution- "Resolved, That wo pres
ent to the Senatoilal and Representa
tive Concntlons the names of Hons.
W. C. Achl and J. I.. Kauliikou for
Senators, and Hon. S. M. Damon an I
II. It. Hitchcock, Esq. for Representa
tives, and heartily urge their nomina
tion." W. II. Sims opposed tho resolu
tion with great earnestness; but, after
a lengthy discussion, It was adopted.
He then offered a resolution presenting
the name of Judge W. L. Wilcox as
Delegate to Congress. T. McCants
Stewart seconded the resolution In a
speech, which was heartily applauded,
and the resolution passed unuuluiouu
ly umldst great demonstiatlon. The
meeting then settled down to the
nomination of thieo persons as doln
b'utes to the district committee. After
a lively contest, E. C. Winston, J. I .
Holt and T. McCants Stewart woro
nominated. Mr. Sims announced 'i--lore
the balloting began that ho would
run a ticket of tils own, If the nomina
tions did not suit him. So another
lively primary Is ahead.
As usual there are two jerslona of
the action of Republicans In tho fa
jiunis seventh precinct. Tho meeting
last night was a struggle between T.
McCants Stewart and the friends of W,
It. Sims. The first difficulty arose
when Mr. Stewnrt opposed the election
of Wong Leong ns treasmcr. Leong '
one uf the ablest native born Chinese
in the Territory nnd a strong party
leader with tho Hawallan-Chlneso vot
ers. Wong Leong was elected by a
-voto of 38 to 10 for the Stewart candi
When It camo to tho executive com
mittee the Stewart pcoplo were again
placed in minority. The Judges named
were Alirnliam Kekai. Wm. KamUna
nnd C. Elvin. . $
There was further difficulty wherf
Mr. Stewnrt ardently urged the adop
tlon of a resolution binding the clubs to
vote at the primaries for the three
nominees receiving the highest votes r.t
4hc meeting. After a sharp discussion
Stewart was overwhelmingly defeated
The names put In nomination wcm
Wm. Henry, Peter Nahuwal, K. IX. O.
Wallace, E. C. Winston, Jas. L. Holt,
T. McCantk Stewart. W. It. Sims -ym
nominated but refused to accept, Later
lu the evening, 81m stutcd to Mr.
Ste-wnit that tlie only condition en
which ho would i tin as a delegate
would bf ,to, defeat Stewart vvhtnu
Hlini) lurtl Jh ,pollllcal mochlni
cnfciinery. for peisonul gulu und nol
Hie bimwI of the party.
When Hi resolution endorsing run
dldatM fur Iho Legl'laturu tame uu.
Slim opposed It. Ha clinrgcd Stewart
with advocating It mciely to secure
if rotial advancement nnd nut bceauio
such a meaiuro n recognized prln-
e of American mcthoiln of fnlr deil-
In jlltlc. Sims snld It was mere-
I) u machine scheme. Personally ha fa
vored Mr. D.iinon nnd believed ho
would be n' unanimous 'choice. Ho
would oiioe 11. II. Hitchcock to tin
msi until, necniise ne oenevcu .ir.
Hitchcock no more capable of propel ly
rcptescntlng the district thnn a child.
As to Achl ami Kniilukoii, Him? uw
no reason why the members of thl
club should go outside their precinct
previous to the primaries. When the i
resolution was put it was carried by a
oto of 21 to 23.
.Mr. T. McCants Btewart said today
that he has been urged to enter Into
a combination to defeat Holt or Wins-'
ton; but that ho has absolutely refused
to consider any proposition that would
tend to defeat either of his co-associates
on the ticket: nml that he would
not do so even If defeat stared him In
PRECINCT MEETINGS TONIGHT.
EVERY RCPUI1MCAN SHOULD HE
FIRST PRECINCT MEETING
Republicans of the first precinct,
fourth district, met at the Governmr.t
nursery last night. II, S. Towns;nd
presided In tho absence of Cecil Drown,
chairman. J. D. McVeigh acted as sec
retnry In place-of Geo. Manson, left
the country. The constitution submit
ted by the chairman and secretary of
tho Central Territorial Committee wad
adopted with some amendments. J. II
Lloyd offeicd to hate it translated Into
Hawaiian at his own expense. Per
manent officers of 'the club will bo
elected at the primary. Nominations
were made as follows: President, II.
S. Townsend; secretary, E. B. Doyil;
tieasurer, T. R. Mossman; Judges of
election, Henry Dals, Pllkol and Ed
mund Shorey; delegates, three to be
elected, W. C. Weedon, William Kell.l,
J. D. McVeigh and J. II. Hoyd. Tickets
are to be printed In Australian ballot
stIe with blanks for inserting ne.v
names. Candidates for Judges will act
ut the primary. On motion of J. D.
Acry the meeting passed a resolution
declaring that the proposition of hold
ing tho Territorial Convention at Hllo
"Is a good one." This enrollment com
mltteo was appointed: Messrs. Weed
on, Piikol, Helm, Mossman and Town
send. Third of Fifth.
The Republican Club of the third
precinct, fifth dlstilct, had fifty or six
ty members present at a meeting held
on Sunday at Walalua. Permanent
officers wcio lected as follows: C. P.
Iaukea, chairman and treasurer; A. 3.
Mahaulu vice chairman; llenj. Nau
kaua, secretary. Judges P. Mahaulu.
iouno Kalakawaha and Llenj. Nnukanu.
iutullment committee Andrew Cox,
J. H. Uareuaba, J. Ahlna, Alfred Kalll
nnd 13. Naukaua. Executive commltt -e
C. P. Iaukea, W. W. Ooodale, P. Ma
haulu, Ioane Kalakawaha, J. Knpu Kal
ami!, Henry Wharton, A. S. Mahaulu,
Andrew Cox, W. S. Wond, J. A. Awn".
II. Naukana, Oscar Cox, Alfred Kalll,
Clins. Kukea and J. II. Darenaba. Sub
scrlptlons to the club funds wero taken
up and the sum of $55 realized. Dele
gates, three tn'be elected C. P. Iauka,
W. W. Goodale, A. S. Mahaulu, 11. Nau
kana, Andrew Cox and Alfred Kalll
Blhth Precinct of Fifth.
The Republican club of tho eighth
precinct, lift ti district, met nt the house
of W. C. Achl last nlghL W. C. Achl,
C. F. Peteison and Chan. II. Dw-lght
were nominated us delegates to the dis
trict committee. Elections nnd ' ap
pointments were mude us follows;
Judges C. I). Dwfght, Jumes llnrhottlo
nnd It. M. Duncan, Tellers V. Fernnn
dez and Geo. S. Evans. Enrollment
committee W. L. Peterson, J. Harbot
tlo, J. M. Keanu, Chus. II. Dwlght, It.
M. Duncan Geo. S. Evans and Hen
Ilaahao. Officers of the club are: W.
C. Achl, presldentj'O. F. Peterson, vie?
piealdent; N. Fernandez, treasurer; 1
Fifth Precinct, Fourth Dlntrlct
There will be a meeting of the pre
cinct club of the fifth precinct, fourth
district, in the Co. F rooniB at the
drill Blied at 7:30 this evening. Every
Republican-voter of the precinct Is ask
ed to turn out at the meeting as mil
ters of Importance will be attended to.
Postal Half Holiday.
Mouday next (Labor Day) being a
legal holiday, the Honolulu Post Office
will be open until 12 o'clock noon only
Persons inquiring money orders, or de
siring to forward registered mull pir
H. S, Australia und outgoing stc-umeis
Tuosdoy are ieiiic-sted lo attend lo
NATIVE HATS AND PUOnAJXEKS,
Full lino of abev usods uro nhowu In
'wnluml Hut Manufacturing Ikpu'--went.
Nil I El
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JUQgG 01111171311 OPOGrS tile
Press to Avoid
PROBATE CASES HEARD
AT CHAMBERS TODAY
L. H. Dee Made Permanent Adminis
trator of Riordan Estate-Last
Will Waived Fees in
After the visit to the railway yard
jeatenlay afternoon of Court and Jury,
Judgo Sllliman resumed the trial of
Samuel Harney for the murder of Chan.
W. I.orbcer. Witnesses for the prose
cution called up to noon recess tod ly
were Gabriel Cabrttl, Wm. Abblc Kap'
pic. Dent Kalioopll, Walter Herbert
Hughes, John P. Yates, Thomas Mur
ray, Leslie Petrle, Jaclntho Joseph
Louts Drown and Fred Toms.
Mr. Andrews yesterday afternoon
moved that witnesses not yet sworn
remain In the Jury room and thohc that
had been sworn and examined not nl
lowed to go there again. Tho Com t
declined the motion for tho time be
ing. This morning tho Jurors being ex
cused for tho time, Mr. Andrews mov
ed that tho Court make an order to tl.u
press to refrain from commenting on
the guilt or Innocence of the defendant
or on tho merits or demerits of tin
ease duiiug' its trial, Attorney Gen
eral Dole concurred hi tho motion, Tho
Court with a len- remarks Instructed
Clerk Kellett to convey the orders to
tho reporters of both the evening and
The prosecution expects to rest about
3 o'clock this afternoon.
Judge Humphreys presided at cliari
bers this morning.
In tho guardianship of Rita C
Tcwksbury, an insane pcrbon, l- M
Hatch was appointed guardian ad litem
and the case -continued for u wool;
illgclow- for petitioner.
L. II. Dee, temporary administrator
of the estate, of J, C. Riordan, deceased
had his accounts allowed nnd wus dis
charged. Ho was appointed permanent
administrator under $3000 bond. Mar
guerite Riordan, daughter of ileceasi-u
appeared In court and waived hcrrl
rights under a paper tiled as tho will
of her father. T. McCants Stcwurt u
D. K. Nalapaakal was appointed n.l
mlnUtrator, under $300 bund, of tho
estate of Kumuo Knlanl, w minor, de
ceased. Weaver for petitioner.
Royal D. Mead's report as muster to
appraise tho late Jas. Campbell's es
tate was approved. Keen wero allowed
ns follows: To Mr. Mead, JIM; to W.
A. Kinney, guardian ad litem of thi
children, $500; II. Holmes, attorney fir
tho widow, $500.
Mrs. Tracy After
San Francisco, Aug. 18, Mrs. 1-nu a
E, Tracy, a niece and mi far us known
tho only blood relative of Jucob '.. Da
vis, the dead millionaire, hus appeared
to claim her Inheritance. She will
strive to wrest tho Davis estate., wonh
$2,000,000, from llelle Curtis und Llzrlc
Mulr, the two niecen of tho million
aire's wife (but no kin of J. .. Davis.)
who were mado tho sole legatees under
tho olographic will that was probated
in Judge Coffey's court moro than n
This afternoon Attorney George W.
Monteith, representing Mrs. Trace)',
nicd in tho office of the County Clark
a petition for a revocation of tho ol
der probating tho Davis will. On that
lengthy document he has spent months
of time and labor over since Mrs. Tra
ce)- came to this State from her home
in Hawaii, whero uhe had lived for
many years, unaware of the death of
her undo and of the contest for pos
session of his millions.
When Mrs. Tracey leurned that Ja
eob 7.. Davis was her undo und that he
wus deud sho came straight to this
country to tuko legal counsel und found
that her ehuniQ wus gone. Ijiw)ct ti
ter luw)cr told Iie-r that the Code l
this State has set a tlrno limit wltli'i
which contests such as lur must be
brought, 'that limit Is ono year after
probate of the will, Winn Mrs. Trn
cey set foot In this country (he yiur
Mr Trttwy's iillornty Is conllilmit
tlmt tUy havo u mcmum uf clriiinvut
Uu statute of llMltnlleii law nnd
I will carry the rase to the Huprciiif
Provided thnt he wins his point of
law nt Washington he must thin pre-
Ms alienations that the olographic mil
tif Davis, which was ptobated a t
which lift the entire estate to Lizzie I
Mulr nml llelle Curtis, was n forge v
That question was tried h) n Jury the
previous contest nml the verdict went I
in invor or we win oy a voto or niun
against three. Her attorney hopes, Ir
he ever gets leave to try the Issues or
fact, to have better fortune than h 1 1
tho opponents' lawyers on the form r
trial and to convince the Jury und tu
tudge nlso that the olographic doeu
ment Is spurious.
Mnklkl vh. Aiivvnlullmu.
The Maklki and Auwalollmu teams
will crtjftf bat ton theqld hitseUill
grounds Monday morning, beginning
nt 10 o'clock. Following Is the per
sonnel of the teams:
Maklkl-G. Kahouwul, c; J. Wil
liams, p.; J. Sltva, lb.: Akonl, 2b.; J.
Medclros, 3b.; John Ilento, ss. (cip
tain); M. Simpson, rf.; J. Fernandas,
cf.; It. Rodrlgues, If.; II. Honan, T.
Ilonan, C. Simpson and K. Kretas, sub
stitutes. Auwalollmu J. Fernandez, c; J.
Stone, p.;' J. lloncvltz, lb.; J. Marcl
lino, 2b.rA'. Fernandez, 3b.; J. Santo?,
ss.; (captain); V. Sylvn, rf.; A. Mur
celllno, cf.; G. Medclros, If.; E. Perry
M. Frcltas, J. Uotclho and J. Alemedi,
RETURNS FROM HAWAII
No DiscoVery to Announce Pending
His Official Report-Had a Rough
Ride Over Lava and a
Prof. Kocbelc re-turned from Hawaii
In tho Mstuna Loa this morning. "I
have no nws for you," he said Jocular
ly to u Bulletin repoj'aB I have no
made my official icport.
"No; I discovered nothing perhaps
a now hug or two," ho continued in
answer to a question.
"How about tho borers that uro deci
mating the forests?"
"Oh, they are the same as usual.
They havo been here for tho past two
thousand ears." .
The entomologist showed tho report
tcr specimens of the pestiferous littlo
creature. It Is a lanky-looking insect,
mostly legs, of dark color, In appear
unco llko a degenerate cricket trying
to be u grasshopper.
Prof. Koebele landed at Kallua from
Honolulu nnd wus driven by John Ma
gulro seven miles to within three miles
of Eben P. Ixiw's ranch In Kohnla.
This lust stuge wus done In the saddle,
taking an hour and a hair. It Is n
fierce trail through a sea uf lava hum
mocks. Ho was treated rojally at Ilia
Prof. II. C. L. Perkins, tho traveling
naturalist of the Ilrltish Museum, wus
found comparing notes with Prof. Ko
bele on some new seeds lately receive;!
ut tho Agricultural office.
MEtiTING OF JAPAN118D.
The first meeting of the Jupamo
fining Men's Club was held In Mie
mums of the How Wong Society, K'l
kul street, last evening. There wns a
very large attendance of representative
Japanese, among the number being
Mr. Mlkl SaltoKJapaueBO Consul ut this
port, Y. Soga, editor of tho lluwull
Shinpo, presided. He wns assisted by
Messrs. Imunlshl and Yumugucht,
Mr. Soga opened the. meeting with
an address outlining the objects of the
organization. Ho stated that the so
ciety was out fur educational develop
ment and sociability. There was noth
ing of political or secret society work
contemplated. Messrs. lmanlshl and
Yumugulchl wero tho noxt speakers. A.
K. Ozawa, Interpreter of the Immigra
tion company, delivered an excellent
address In English. Three cheers fur
Japan and the ullled armies In CUinu
and for the safety of the Ministers In
Peking wero given. Refreshments wc"c
IJmplrc Ajjuln Libelled.
Christopher Collins, ono of the set
men of the burk Empire, lias brought
another suit for libel against that V04-
scl. Ho claims the sum of 3 10s fir
ono mouth's wuges from August 27
tho dull) of discharge by order of tho
Court. The hearing Is set for i p. in.
Unlay. Davis & (icir fur Mix Haul,
Kin ny. llalloii k McClunahuii for libelee-.
flreut sale nt boots nnd (hoes nt
ti'Uts on tho dollar ut I.. II. Kerr U
C(i,' Ar lioonci, ooriier of Fort au '
. . , ....
UlGVGlanCl WllO KeCOtT
nized the Hawaii
AND MADE IMPOSSIBLE
RESTORATION OF MONARCHY'
W, 0.: Smith Does Not Represent
Republicans in Washington
Unmanly Reference to
Editor Evening liullctln: Tho arti
cle In your IsscS of yesterday under '.!u
heading "Wise on Democrats" I con
aider a specimen of literature mislead
ing and dangerous, for tho reason that
It Is full of such misstatements that It
will breed and encourage an 111 feeling
between the- native Hawaiian political
parties and their foreign friends lito
more bitter than that would be under
the excitement from the ordlnar) clce
Mr. Wise- must be either Ignorant of
what he writes about or does so with
more harm to the less Informed na
tlve Hawaiian und to himself than If I e
it spirit of vlndlctlvt-noHs which does
had written on!) tho truth.
When hesnys "The Democratic parly
Is tho party of Cleveland who tried to
restore the monarchy, but failed hi-,
cause tho Republicans, con
For the Information of Mr. Wise and
the rest of the native Hawaiian I .vlll
give here the strength of the Republl-
tans and the Democrats from 1S3 in
1895, which covers two venrs of Cleve
land's term of office us Democratic
President, which will answer for Itself
and prove Mi. Wise wrong. Viz.: Sen
ate, Republicans, 38; Democrats, Hi
Representatives Republicans, l.'i',
With due honor to President Cleve
land for his attempt to restore the
Queen, his failure was simply becuiiK.i
he did not have the support of his par
ty, namely, the Democrats. Tho Re
publicans wero In the minority. Fur
Mr. Wise's Information I would call
hb attention to tho fact that It .vas
Cleveland who recognized the Republic
of Hawaii and gave It standing, ut
against tho monarchy, among the na
tlins of tho world. After this act neltii
c.'tho Republican pnrty nor Demo
cratic party could destroy tho Republic
of Hawaii to establish m monarch).
Tho Republic of Hawaii recognized by
Cleveland made tho treaty of annex. i-
Hon with tho United States.
He also sa)s, "The Democrats gnv
to the Hawaiian people full civil rights
and were not hcgulltl Into accepting
bribe money from W. O. Smith nnd oth
ers, who represent tho Republican par
ty hero today." What rot for any In
telligent person to publish for the bene
fit of his own countrymen, especially
those who hnvo plnced confidence In
htm us ono of its lenders In politics.
Mr. Wise must surely know that the
"manhood suffrage" was given to the
native Hawallns In this Territory by a
Republican Congress, u Republican
President and n Republican Adminis
tration. What docs he want nny plain
er than this and the sumo party Is still
lu power and will, I hope, continue to
bo for another run of twenty-four years
without a break.
- As to his referenco to W. O. Smlih
nnd others ns to bribes, I consider It
uncalled for nnd further I wish to
correct him again and wish to inform
him and others who have been misin
formed that W. O. Smith doesn't rcpte
scnt tho Republican party hero todjy,
nor did he abroad. At tho samo time
W. O. Smith muy bo n Republican;
perhaps be Is n Democrat?
Then Mr. Wise snyss "Our enenilw,
the missionaries, during tho pait
seven years and who are our enemies
today," I must say to this that ho Is
going beyond the true lines of manly
arguments In political contests wb-n
such expressions aro utterly false, es
pcclully coming from a student of tl.o
ever despised missionary
C. I), WILSON.
Mnunn Lna'H Report.
Purser Slmcrson of the Mnunn Iia.
urrlved from Maul unci Hawaii porta
this' morning, reports us follows: .i00')
bags of sugar ut llonokaa and 1V0U ut
Kukiilluic-le, Good weather ut both
thent places but no rain. Htcanur No
run sailed from Honolulu )clciclay nf
tiiriioou nt I o'clock fur Honolulu
I here were (317 hug of sugar left ut
PiiiisIuii uinl IfMi at Hiwiu.ipo V
windy uinl rough went lur at Ivuti, No
lain. Oh Tuinula) wo er una lib i
work ihluoMlioul lb day on uivomit
of wind mul bltf tm. W tMpptl wink
at 1 p. m The schooner IMIpM and
Uuninrr Upulil wcmt nt Kalliic when
we nrrived. Till- lormei a d ec-hAHl
tig nnd Hie Inner Ioflttng for lloiioW
u Strong NH breeze and lumpy ten
PRECINCT MEETINGS TONIGHT.
Tomorrow ' Vnclit Hucc.
Tho )acht race between tin La Pa
Ionia and Dewey to Laluilnn and re
turn, starts nt 3 o'clock sharp tomor
row ntlcrnoon. Iloth Uiata have been
prov Islonetl and the crews nrrnngi-d for.
so thnt alt now lemalnliiR Is for tin
starting gun to be lireil. The labor
men nrc considering ver favorably tho
Proposition to nut uu a cun The mat-
"'" .n.i.w,i meeting to
be held tomorrow.
PRECINCT MEETINGS TONIGHT.
EVERY REPUI1L1CAN SHOILD UK
DROWNED AT H00PUL0A
Keola, a native of Hoopuloa on the
Konn const, was diowned at tha.t pla e
It appears that the native was seen
nproachlng tho steamer Mauna Loa
In a en noc Just as It was beginning to
grow dark. It was dark by the time
he- arrived alongside.
In attempting to get aboard the
steamer, the canoe whb capsized and
tho native thrown Into the water. The
first the Mauna Ixm people knew of the
accident wus when two natives boarded
the Mauna Loa.
They stated that Keola had been cap
sized urn', that, In attempting to swlai
ushore hi had either been attacked ly
a shark or became exhausted for bis
cries for help were distinctly heard by
Ihufcc- along the beach.
Tho natlveu set out in u canoe hut
could not find Keola. Then they board
ed the Mauna Loa ami asked Captain
Slmcrson to turn on tho seurehlUht.
This wus dono but no truce of the man
could bo discovered.
It Is believed that Keola was under
the Influence of lliiuor when he put o-it
to the steamer. He was u very strong
swimmer and could easily have swum
ushore had ho been perfectly sober.
Whllo blasting at Walalua planta
tion this morning, u. Japanese wan veiy
seriously Injured by the explosion of u
chin ge of powder before ho was look-
lng for It. He wns quite badly hurt
about the- face and body. The planta
tion management sent him to Honolulu
on tho morning train and he wus re
moved to the Queen's hospital for
PRECINCT MEETINGS TONIGHT.
EVERY IIEPUP.LICAN SHOULD HE
The Manna Loa brought to Honolulu
today the news of the marriage of Mr.
Man and Miss Crook ut tho home
of Mr. nml Mrs. C. M. Walton, Pahnii,
Wednesday evening. Rev. Hill went
over from Olua to perform the cere
THE WATERMAN IDEaL FOUN
FA1N PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II.
PRECINCT MEETINGS TONIGHT.
EVERY REPU1IL1CAN SHOULD UK
The Hoard of Registration will sit
from C a. in. to 12 in tomorrow.
A complete new stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D. Kerr's.
ROUGH AND READY
IN CAM' AM) KID
, it am. ai.bb 1