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FOR THE MONTH OF
I TUtT'AloMt I
"advertise their wares in the bulletin
Vor. XT. No. 1937.
HONOLTU.I TRBKITOBY OK HAWAII. MONDAY. SKVTEMUKU 1001.
Puiob 5 Gents.
I m siuunis
OPENING TODAY SHOWS
INCREASE ON ALL SID :S
High School Unable to - Accommodate
Any More Than Fifteen
Or Twenty New
The school chllJrcn of Hie rlty nr
iikmIu on the streets with their lunch
baskets nnil their bundles ot books,
A at the beginning of tho past year,
them Is a showing of n steady Increase
In all the schools, much to the satisfac
tion of the Department of Kdiicatlon.
The High School opened up this
morning with everything wearing ft
I create hue. When seen this forenoon,
I'mf. M. M. Scott, the principal, said:
"We opened this morning with all
the old pupils present. We attended
111 at to hoth the regular promoting
ii nd those on trial. When this work
linil'bccn completed. It was found that
there was seating capacity for only ten
or fifteen pupils In the whole school
As against this, we bad In the neigh
tin bond of seventy-live applications
for admission to the High Schoool ..nil
tbe examination of these candidates
lias been going on this forenoon and
will be continued throughout the af
Hrnoo,:. This will necessarily hive to
l.e made n matter from preference on
ucroiiiit fn the lack of room to accom
modate nil those who huvs applied.
The highest ten or Hft: will be tht
ones I11 cuirr
"As ille commercial couise which !
! ne Instituted this year, I might nay
Hint It will be a week before wu an
get IhU department In good running
order. Wo am going to use the lower
pint of the old rottngc ,n a place for
tin- 1 Hiding of clashes It this depart
tin nt. The upper part Ij to be used lor
tin dipartineiit of drawing.
"I!:e blackboards haw not yo". been
Ir.sta'led hut they will j In n few
d.iy-e now. rb" typewrite.1 desk? have
Ixvn put In place but the mr-hlec-i, ul
thougb they have arrived, have not
mill unlnaiteil frcm the vessel In which
tiny 1 lime. This ot court. J Is the
r.ir.se of our delay. I think then- will
be fully forty or fifty who W lake
Hie commci-ilal course at the High
"V bine set-Ill nl tbe services of J.
il. AniiHtiong who Is to take ebaist of
the roinmercliil derailment of the
f.'linnl. He Is a griidiiate of thu Unl
verily of California and Is n muu
tlioniiighly expel lenceil In tbe elements
tiiu't go to make up good business
The remaining government schools
Mil show an Inireusc. It Is Impossible
today "to give thu enrollment In the
schools In detail as they havo not all
been secured yet.
KAHIL1ALAU IS JAILED
FOR MOSQUITO NUISANCE
the Next Meeting
the Board of
Knhlllalaii, an aged Hawaiian, ap
peared In the 1'ollce Court this iorc-1
tery with a weaimn on his son. Tne Ti) TRY OIL REMEDY
llni.ble took place on Saturday nigm
du-ing the progress of a drunken
bnwl. It Is alleged that tne native
uieit a knife on his son. , j
Kahlllalau Is the native who. some ,,.,, n . ih, lflr ln l
II1111. In the truly seventies, was sen- He VUU bring 1M SMlier Up M
tewed to n term of live enrs on tbej
reef for assaulting 0. C. Hennet wmi a
knife and almost severing hla head. '
Urnnet was a newspaper man who
kept small combination bookstore
mid newspaper ofllce at 41 Fort street
where the Chilton barber snop Is now
lending. Tbe paper went by the
nnnin of lleiinefs Own." It appears
tint thu newspaper man -jic a nt.
tin ton familiar with the wlto of Ka
hllichtii and the native objected. Hen
tiM was wurncd but he did not seem
to pay any attention to tho wnrnlng.
The native found .him In the bouse one
night and Immediately wielded his
knife. Ilennet reeoveied after many
Ii 1YI11S ON
BEFORE JUDGE GEAR
Judge Little Hearing An Interesting
Ejectment Case About Valuable
Hotel Street Property
Tried By Jury.
was not regarded favorably by either
tho sheriff or the counc.
V IW lsllo was granted n llgnt
wine and beer license at Nnpoopou
Mitra m .
While W. K. Howell was silting on
Dr. Sloggi'tt. president of the Hoard
of Health. Is In favor of a campaign
senilis! mosQiilfoes In Honolulu, lln
!ng oiiest'loued mi the matter by a
llulletlii reporter this morning. Hi.
Us, I thluk It would lie worth try
Irg. The dimculty with the Hoard of
Hu.llh, us j on know. Is the nick ol
funds. Then? Is a large uteu of vvatir
about Honolulu to be treated.
"No, It does not icitnre a great iKm!
of oil, according to all accounts, to
n tnrv this innrnliiir. his I'lnlo horse uti llljce water for mosiiulloes,
broke' away from Its hitching In the "I think the best thing for me to do
yard outside and run away. The box lo to bring up tbe subject at the next
buggy to which It was harnessed was. r.n.tliig of tb'i Hoard of Health and
urnli.l luminal n rnvul iiiilm near the h.ivi It tailed over."
....... ....... . .. . .
and the horso Dr. Slugged .isiiiu-u -o me sugiei
Xi.llopccl over Into the Capitol yard
with tbe shafts dangling at Its lieeis.
tlou Hint pt'opli! having uien water
t.i.iks, nt their homes ought lo coo; T
ate In any uiovemeut to eradhr.l the
"Tbe breeding inpnelty of n'i "n
I t;'tik Is enormous." the doctor wild,
1 "but a mere tcaspoonful of "II Is
ci.nuiih for destroying the larvae It
Iiih) contain and would not do the
slightest harm to the water."
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C. 8. UU8KY ILL.
OWNERSHIP OF SCHOONER
ALICE KIMBALL DISPUTED;
Poraie J. Ciaft recelvid j b'lti'uliom
flhirlM nivili;i Alteves That He Has I ""' '' s- lhh' ,,' xhv ,ai'"',wa m
wanes uivuiss Aiieyes inai ne im wlllh 8h staU,g (hlll ,.r ,111SM,i n
Been Cheated Out of.
Half Interest in
viiw 111 at their home r. Oaklnnl a
, Mh time of writing. He would there
I fine be nimble to take the Mariposa us
lit. had Intended.
However, the searcbllmit for Pa-
c:tie Heights that .Mr. iwihv iniinuco
biluglng along with him. was sent on
nl.ead In the Mariposa and will be In
stall) il some time during .he htterpart
in' this week.
Judge Clear was engaged this foie-
iiiiciu hearing Territory of Hawaii vs.
Ah Kong, yiho Is charged with assault
iind battery on Ah On. K. A. Ooiltb-
,ti for the iiroseiutliiii: Ainlrews, re-
tin k An.lrade for deiemlunt: Tbe
ftliimliig Is the Juo. .1 II. Atbeitoii,
S Jl. D.iiitoii. 1. C. Jones, tleo. Nawna-
l.t-h. A. W. l'tarson. Tnos. Krouse,
Krunk Harvey, Oi.ctir Cox. II. Nnukuna,
i:. K Itiin.ipl. J A. I. Bros and IS. 8,
Holt. This Is the 1-ut.f leported somo
.1'Kiiths ago, where lo Chlnesu brick
.iiyi'is bad a tow m tlnlr work.
.li'dge Little this niuililuK began
'.ii'.trliig the efietment mil of Hnwalhin
Trest nml Inv stnient Co., Ltd..
Iilnlntirr, s. Aimle llwton Helen A.
Dinning, rimr . Iinslng. J. Oswald
Lvtted mid Sullivan k Iluckley defen
dnnts. Kinney Hallnu (V. McClanalian
for iitalntlff: llaten a Hlllinuin for An
nie It.irton and Helen A. Dunning; (leo.
A. Davis for (liar A: Lansing; Holmes
A Stanley represented by W. Hnwllns,
for Sullivan & Ilucklcj.
The land Involved Is known as the
Cciilon hotel and situated III Hotel
street: lollowlng Is the Jury trying
tb eime- J. Kiinewu. M. I'. Hoblnson.
II. W. Davis, J. A. McCandless, I. L.
Coikett, 0. Krkauoha, D. K. Hoaplll,
W. Jl, Hlicli.innn W. U. Itoweil. II
Heitelmauii, A. Tetnaudcz and J. Tallinn.
There Is a great ilea of documentary
evidence being Introduced deeds,
wills, probate rreords, etc. ,
JIIkh Kraiues B. Washburn the
stenographer of Judge Littles court at
HI lo. Is ucng in the same caraclU'
nnlii. n nrettv llttlo ceremony took
idaec aboard the steamer Klnau this
morning when thu tommodore's llig
was hoisted. At a recent meeting of
Honolulu Harbor, Masters and Pilots'
Assodntton. Captain Freeman or (lie
Klnau was elected comtnodoie. Ills
election gave general satisfaction and
hlfl many friends weru glnd to Know oi
ELECTRIC AND TRAMCAR COME
TOGETHER ON HOTEL STREET
Four or Five Passengers In Latter
Injured Lieut. Gardner
Tells -What He
v ..riiui rfdllsloii between car -I
bis elevation to the high position it ' . ., , ,. Traniil. (., and car 13 of
ll.e order.. During the last tllpiirih.., ..'., ,... trok. plate at the
Ktiin.il to llll.i a i nmmouore a nag , -;. - . .. : .,ttriA ut
made and this morning It was present turner qf Mitel and Nuuan u stuew at
ed to Coinniodoru rrvenmn by a emu UKc ut S olock Sunda) ufteiuoon.
silltec, who hoisted It. The popular Vi'l.ere the blame lies will probably
boat Is now the llagshlji of the Island noVlrkliown until nit tho witnesses
vessels nnd Is entitled to a salute t"jnavc KVer. .their ttstlifiony. The Ita
nil the others In passing. ,, Tron8it people arc ulanied by somu
The order Is growing dally, es - i,..onle by others.
hera nnd tint applications or six otln-M for the arrest of Hire, the niotorm:iu on
Tor menibershlp received. The local the electric ear. It was Born to by
Harbor has now over sixty members Annie l'a-u who was one of the passen-
mil Is growing in iiumiierB nnu pop'i- l(,(la jn (. tramrnr and who ..ud ner
larlty, ' -., (Uh1oc atnil when the two cars cam
Charles J Talk, the stock broker. TK, guntninry of the collision Is
ins decided to make a voluntary nr ,imt BH follows: The truurnr wn
slgnment to "'(! ?" ' '".Um". rrmlng clown Nmunii street with
W.Mm.m.'riA"? M-...tK..fee passengers aboard
reported, will be more than covered Anuuig these the majority were natives
by the ussets.
Kor groierbs ring up lllue 911.
Chlcln WiiIvch lixnmtniitlon.
Upon a illsimte over her owenrshlp,
die schooner Alice Kimball has beeu
libeled In the United States District
Charles .Dlvlllss is thu tlbcllunt,
whose I'limiihilnt is dliected ugalnst
James T. Taylor and W, 11. Scott, aud
llin siliooner Alice Kimball, her tackle
aiM.iiK'l and furiilturu. The llbellantl
deecrlliis hlni.elf, as a mechanic. !! ' I'clict- Co.irt this f'lriuoim and Ilgh
repiesciits Hut Tajlo.- is In possession sh-ilrf llrowti rvail the charfe m mm
u' tbo vessel us owner. Dlvlllss claims I jt.r n,t. flrst degree against him
to be the true and lawful owner ofl .iirn,.y i trooks. who appi-ared f'i: iho
one-half of the schooner Alice Kim- j j.,phiiiae, waived examination "id the
lull, of KC tons net burtnern. now ly-l aefendant was committed to thy CIr
lug In the port of Honolulu nnd to' rit Court for trial. The utloriify e
have had the iiossesslon and employ- plained that be did this on account of
r.unt thereof us such owner until de- tho fait that the Grand Jurj would
nilvi-d of the vessel as -t for..i In his cmm . sitting,
ro.i'plalnt. He gives the value of the . .
CLUB STABLES AFFAIRS
TO PASS INTO NEW HANDS
Meeting This Afternoon Will Settle
All Details Gus
Schuman Said to
Corrca Not Blameworthy.
It wu correctly reported tho other
d-iy that a suit of certain Japawso
i:luimtrnUors against WHhiu &
Wliltehouoe had gone against defen
dants by default because their attorney
A. (J. Corrca. after being untitled mailu
mi appearance. Charles Cielghton up
ptiiiul In couit today and stated that I
he liiul hocus time ago nleit .Mr. i or-ri-a's
withdrawal us-attorney for de
fendants In the clerk's odlce. Judgo
Little on heating tills iinuounied Hint,
lu vltw of the fact, .Mr. Conea was
rle.iied of any Imputation of deserting
Ins clients. The ilrfniilt stands as en
tirely that ol the defendants them
The lixcciitlwi Council was In s"i.
slou until leu minutes past olio this
nftentoou. but very llt:le news came
Chlda Mjiunljuro aili-aiel In the out 'of tht) protracted session for .he
JiiHit-of the tline was occupied with
discussions on land matters. The sep
urate applications of ham I'nrker an I
J. W. Jones, trustee, for tho privi
lege or bringing water clown I mm the
Kobnla mountains, occasioned a great
deal of talk without nny action.
An application fnim S. K. Akl for
u light wlno nnd beer license near Ka
niehnmelm IV. road. Kallhl. was left
with tho treasurer to ascertain whetli
the site were the required two mile
i ruin nn existing saloon.
A Diichholtz' nnn.lintlnn for p.
schooner as $2.lKl. I .. , , ,-,., ...
Dlvlllss rcnre-benU that Taylot , Humify He.Iio.il Exhibition
wrongfully claims his lulf Interest nn-, There will b- u Brand Sunday sthool ,t,n,.r-g Uciisct nt Koloa. Kauai, was
cler it pretended purchase by hlmsilf exhibition at Hwa church next bun- rur..rr.-il to the High Sherirf.
and pretendril sale by W. (!. Scott of' day. Singing delegations will go down1 Ceo. Jlundon's application for a II
Maul. Such sale and pun-hate were f.nm the Hawaiian Sunday schools of .ens.- to sell lluiior nt Kapaa - Knu,it
urnuiboii,,,,. without any necessity Honolulu and Kallhl. The morning "'l"?",
nnd wnhotit nny legal survey or con-, tram mini town win stop ai um ,irMti l(l ,ll( for the leasons. no.ie
rlei-iimtiou. the llbrllani alleges. On) chinch. IMstnr Krer.i, who Is In town naxiI1K ,von Ku.u ,y the sheriff.
nr ni.imi .inno s. 111.11 . liu orocceds 10,11-das. .intlcluaKs a glorious time for An niinlleatliui from Hosnkl for o
PAI.OLO VALLUV LIF.NH.
Two lletia were filed by tbe O.iliu
Lumber . liulldllig Co. against own
ers or lilt in the I'nlolo valley addl
lion this morning. One deleiulanC m
Mrs. Jlnry U. Vivas, for 1,G27.31 upon
thieii lots, u two-story frame dwelli-n
nml a finme stable. Tin- other Is Mrs.
Adelaide Jlmqueb, for tl'JK7.rill. Uio
two lots and a two-sloi-i- fininv dwell-mg.
say. tbe llliell.int nnd Siott pmchased m -nig and old attending.
the Alice Kimball, whicn- was lying on
til bcueh at Kabiilul, for U2'o and bill
of sale was taken for convenience in
the name of Siott. but tho purchaso
win on their Joint account with their
Jcint funds. Thereafter Scott and the.
lll'clhint .contributed In lrumey and
work for lepalis f.iiu each, so that on'
July 13 it wus agreed tluu each own riayers
lliiior license at llanapepe, Kauai,
ai.il Chinese. Some wern In the car
aiiil other were out on tho platform.
Iliu electric- car was going on Hold
Micet In Hie direction of Ka. Tho
lptter struck the former nt about the
portion of the back wheels, turned
lo.cr tho cur, smashed It badly and In
''ureil four or flvo of the passengers.
Lieut, (laidner of tne ponce lore,
wl tse wife was Injured in the accident
tells the following story. "1 was
stt-rdlug oil tlie front platform of tho
tirmcnr with the Portuguese driver, i
heard a noise when we were about ten
feet away fiom the crossing. I turned
nnd 'saw the electric car fu.iy forty
feet away. The driver of uur tar
V hipped up his horses to get past lliu
crossing nud could easily have none It
lut for the fact .uat the electric ear
wiib bearing down at a great rate of
suted. I thought we were going to
Tlieiu will be a meeting of the Club ' mnko the other side ot the street when
Jtnbles Company this afternoon r.t there was a crash nt the ack end
vlurh n change or nuliiagcrshlp or the ; the car. Instinctively. I made a giab
uisteliy Is very likely to tiikit plaie. fol. tj1(, uv j,nrt Il tne ,nr , avo m-.-.
Ii mot. all tho details have been ai- ,f , , e ,, W(1ll ()U.r ,
anged nnd tne matttir of coin Is now i.i th..rp
ne only thing that remains to be set- ' "" ' BI,,,ll,K,, ,rf; ,..,, . Ihn
led. If tin- new aggregation puts nu ' "My wife wanton the Inside of the
bo reiiilreil money the chnngo will ', eai and 1 ran around tn,u pluce where
oino about. Charles llelllnn. fornu'r , l could look In. 1 saw that she was
luinagiT of tbe stables, Is to change . hleedlng ut the muutb and nio nud
ibices with John Sullivan, tint vc-temn b() , , m.,. llt ag raRl a8 ,,HBi,le.
.table-keeper, who stepped Into tho sh(j u bettt.r uliliy uut l-0 doctor.
"nu'rnTwe noTmspenms'nith.nk (hat she has sustained some In
ondHlon as they aro at the present Jury to the bead us she Is suffering
imi funi severe hcadacho today
The following men nave agreed to " believe that the Rapid Transit
tell nut their stick in the Club Stables Im.torman Is to blame. He had plenty
:ompany: Frank Hustuce. John Sulll- of TIH)ln lo tli, ant tould have done
an. Jol.ii Iluckley. D. I'. H. n'"K K, f lfi had not been going so fast,
nn W. II. Smith. Messrs. lltistac " . . , , i .... was
ml Smith. It will bo reineml.er.-d. The traiiuur on wn.cli I was riuing was
.ought their stock at auction. It ih ' cnly ten feet nway rrom the crossing
mderstood that Mr. "Sullivan has held aim should have been allowed to cross
lis stuck at u higher price tbuii tlie hclore the electric car."
emnlnder or the men mentioned. How- ),.k K,.i(onri states that be, C. A.
ver. tint people who wish to gain con-1 rjlsi:uw an,i jt .j Kalalua were on tne
rot havo agreed to the payment or tho jclior(, (.ar nni, ,, wh(,n Ully ap.
'''A?tnV"tockhol,le. who havo de PnMrl.l the corner of N.iuanu nnd
Icii'd to sell their stock navo agrroil lo Hold streets, the motonnan kep
nil payment In cnsli Immediately nnd rounding his gong. There were In ull
liu remainder ;n six inouius uiiii-. pt.nie eigney-inree piupie on mn -i.
ROBERTSON HOLDS HIS BASE
Honolulu I'Uoto Puj.ply Co. assuie
ton uf the very lust icmiIih In iiiiitln
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
one-half of the schooner. On
August :i(i Siott and Taylor, It is al-l
lci-cd. "loiitliiiied to iheat. wronfe and I
dci'iaiiil the llbellJut. as above stated,!
and on or about Scptemoer 11 tho
Alice Kimball was leglsteied accord-1
lug to Art of Congiess ns belonging to,
Tnjlor. Now Taylor denies that Illvl-i
lls.i has any right, title or Interest In'
the vessel and, as llbellant decl.ues, Is'
tiLout to depart with her lor some port!
unknown to llbellant. I
Thu prayer of the petition Is that
prociss may Issue against tho nhoon
o, mid Unit Scott and 'luylor may he
cited to appear nnd answer tho nuil-K'l-s
alleged, and that tbe veiwl with.1
her tackle, appuiel, furniture and boats
b sold and the proceeds luoiight Into
icurt to bu divided nnd distributed uc
ccudlng to law, iilsu fcr such fuithrr
tellef as the court may deem proper. I
.ledge Kstee ordeied process to Issue
leli.tnahle on the Hlth Inst. Thomas
Filth Is attorney for llbellnnt.
or about ROBERTSON 3,444
H I iinitcrrtood ...at tins Hchnmuu
a the other man who. with Chatles
telllua, Is negotiating for tho control
if the munngemc-nt of tho Club Stnblex
"ompany. If they uro on bund wltli
tbe requisite coin nt tlie meeting this
riumium tomorrow will see Charles
t.'llliia as manager c.r tho Club Stabler I
'ompiiny, A new l.o.inl ol uiieriois
vill ntso bo In iillleet.
'I he tranicar TTud ulmost succeeded In
getting ovei the crossing when the col
Uasles" and "Itrd men" will play
ball they nil pationlze tbe Pantheon.
They are out for a trial every day or
two now, and In a few days will
run every 20 minutes to
Have you seen the excavatlop on
Wilder avenue opposite Alexande
street? Tho foundations are nov
ready .a bolt down the new high-lift
pumps to supply the water for College
Two week will give residents In
College Hills Transportation and Water.
'Give the 8ales Agents a chance to
show you the property.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
Vcedlct In McDonnl.l Cime. i
That the snld T. McDonald came to
lila (loath at Honolulu. Isinnd or Ouuu,
on thti 8th day or September, 1901.
(loin lujuiles to the brain, the result
of an accidental collision of a horse
i.ul buggy driven by said T. McDonald
with a telephone post at the comer of
lltchanhi and King streets, causing
mid T. JlcDonah to be thrown from
salu buggy ugalnst said telephone pole.
DABDITT ' 3W
DOWERS . ...
LOUIS . . . ' ..
Andrew Kernes. Bccoud mate of tho
tilp Hmlly Iteed. appeared hefoni
Judge Ksteu this nftcriinon at 2
i clock mid pleaded guilty to assault
in a sailor upon the hlgn bcub. The
'iiinoner had become tired of staying
Mi Jail to uwnlt tho regular Jury term
niuirlt-H .1. Kalk, the broker, when
atked for a statement regarding his
lliaiuinl dllllculty said Hint tbe pres
iit time he could not do so
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers parknges to any
part or the city Tor 10c up-
Try them. Phone Blue 621.
I'acknges shipped lo
all pails of the United
States nnd Killopc.
Olllce. KH7 Uothel St..
opposite Honolulu Mnrket.
The1 l-'raiicls .Murphy Club No. 1 gave!
n ........ Ih .... ... I nnlninlnniiiiit nt'.
U IIIUSl lllll-lcailllK .-....-.... M ... ...
th' regular place Saturday night. A
latgn and nppieclatlve audience was
rrctint nnd u most enjoyable evening
was spent. Some of the perfurmerH
wcie uot present but this did not bam
pr a nice essful cariylng out of the
remainder of the proginrn.
In addition to the coupons to bo cut
fiom the lltst page of the llullctln.
jiew subscribers lire to be given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
tliiui to votis as follow.:
'One month 40 votes
Three month 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.iuu votes
will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of the llulletlii
with the newsboys or nt the business
nlnce. This amount of money. If ex
changed for a receipt for u six months'
subscilptlon to tho llulletlii, will se
cure 35U votes. One dollar for one
year's subscription to tho weekly edl
Hon entitles- the suhscrllier to 100
The Bulletin, 75 cents p"i month.
Tlieso coupons are cietaciuuiio nnu . Th), pr,7() (lttPrc(I )V t10 )Ullutlli Is
must be'torn from the subscription re- . n-hihuinn In tho window of It. I'.
telpts nud deposited In the ballot box I wtc-lunan. G17 fort street, and will ho
the samo as Iho first page coupons. It nri.B(.nted to tho player receiving the
will be seen thut for ?3. the subscrlp- Kreatest nuinner of votes at tho eloso
tlou pi ho of the Kvenlng llulletlii foi of tho contest pet. 15.
ono year, 730 votes ale allowed to o. Votes deposited at this olllce will
ucw fciibscrlber. whetens tho same ho Included among the scattering until
amount of money would buy only ICO tho contestant has received n total of
votes U spent lor slnglo copies of tho ID. I'rom that time tho names will b
llullctln on the street. Tho sura of U published. ,
FROM A BUSHEL
The Distiller Gets 4 gallons of Whls
key, which Retails for $16. The Qov
ernment Gets 4 the Farmer Who
Raised the Corn Gets 50c (sometimesl;
the Railroad Gets 20c; the Manufac
turer Gets 4i the Retailer Gets $7;
the Bartender Gets a Rake-off and
the Consumer Gets
But Drunk or Not Drunk, Buy Your
Footwear of Us and Save Money.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
I05T Fort Htrcet.
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