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EVENINO UUIiLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN'. 29. 190C.
A White Canvas, Corrugated Rubber Sole TENNIS SHOE
Cool and Sjervicable
A Heavy Leather Sole between the foot and the Rubber
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WANTS dD ROADS
Editor Evening Uullclln: Slnco tho
Iloard of Supervisors of this County la
imbued with tho Idea of being luxuri
ous In road building, permit mo to
point out wherein they have been bo
(and aro to bo so, to tho detriment and
dlaadvantago of others. In this con
aoctlon, I ask you to allow me space
(or the subjoined retort:
The Idea or parking Kalakaua ave
nue, better known ag tho Wnlklkt
boulevard. If carried out by tho Hoard
of Supervisors, would bo an Injustices
to tho taxpayers of this city and
County, and particularly to the tax
pajers of tho Fifth District, from
wheuce tho largest revenue Is derived
In the inncomo of this County. Why
expend public money on a luxury such
as this park proposition Is, to tho det
riment of the Fifth District? It is of
no appreciable advantage and benefit
to tho public in gencial other than a
money-making scheme for someone, on
the tame plane ns the recent Pall road
contract notoriety of only forty-flvo.
hours public advertisement,
A cablegram was received at the Cap
itol, this' morning from Secretary At
klnson nsklng for the latest Informa
tlon regarding the Governor's condl
lion. t ,
Jack's cablegram was dated Chicago,
January 29,' 12:35 a. m., showing that
he Is speeding westward to catch the
Alameda to arrive here February 9.
PAY NOTARY FEES
FUST MAIL SERVICE
REDUCES CONTINENTAL TIME
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 29, 1905,
NAME OP STOCK
C Briwtr & Co ....
Ewii Plantation Co ,m
HwIUn AftlcutNi 1 Cc
Hawaiian sugar Co ...
Hoflomu bug' Cn
Honokaa Sugar Co .
na'ku 2uffAt co.
Ktfitiulo Sugar Co
noioa :urar 1.0 .
Migar i-o .
car Co ...
Onoinca Sucar Co.
Ookala Sugar Plant Co
Olu&xa Co Lid
Paautiau Sugar Plant Ce
Paciru sonar Mill.,
Pala Plantation Co
Prpaaiua Sajar Co
Walalua Ajikultural Co
wauamairtf ,uo ....
Waltnku Sf Co So
W Atmuialo bujrar Go
Waaua Millie ....
Inlar-talanl Swam N Col
Hawaiian Eltctrlc Co I
Hon R T Si L Co Con
Mutual Teltpttona Co
iMnu Kab m, in
Htlo Ralltoa i Co
Hon. ll.rt M. Go
Haw Ttr 4 p c Fin CI)
Haw Ttr aU DC
(law Tm'l aMp c.
rTttku Surtr Co 6dc
Hw Com & Sue Co i pc
MnoK Kio ignore.
tCh.ka Plant Co 6 p c
Othu K & L Co 6 p c -Ottni
Sugar Coftpc -OaaSufar
Pala Plant Co ,
Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c
Walalua Apk Co 6pc
MtBrydo M .
Judgo Do Dolt' this morning rendered
me louowing in tne matter or the
guardianship of Rebecca Paneo Hu
"Tho question submitted is, wheth
er the ward or her former guardian
Pnrmir mo Mr r.iitnr in vnra nn. should nay the notary fees, for RtainllB
proval of your remarks of Saturday and for recording Instrument!) transfer
last, that "a well-built boulevard wldo lng tho ward's property to her?
enough for all. and lined with trees on' "In my opinion the property wns ac
either sldo will be belter than a road tiulred by tho guardian in excess of
bifll.'antly parked whose driveways aro his power or legal duty an such; and
not of sufficient width to nccommo- that, therefore, It follows necessarily
rtst tho traffic A eood road thai all expenses incident thereto.
is always a source of Joy." such as Is Involved In the question sub-
Speaking os one of the FJfth Dls- mltted,. should be paid by him. So
trlct residents, your remark that "a ordered."
good road Is always a Bourco ot joy-
is what wo sorely need, particularly
that part of tho Fifth District com
prised In tho city of Honolulu. Why
expend more public money in tho
Fourth District when tho Fifth needs
jsoma of It? Not only somo of it. but
somo nttcntion from tho Supervisors
and their $250-a-month road suporvl
On Monday, January 8, tho new
transcontinental mall schedule went In
to effect, by which tho round trip time
fit Itm fool timll eftrvlrn 1iftlri-n MpW
York and San Francisco is reduced jgSSVunS5.nCoCti3
It Is how for tho first time possible
under this schcdule.to mall a letter In
New York City to San Frnnclsco, and
recolvc n reply within seyen days, Tho
fast mall train leavlriR.;Now York at
2.45 n, m. on Monday 1b due at Chicago
In 18 hours and at Ban Francisco on
Thursday noon, A reply mailed before
C p. m. Is due to reach New York City
at 9:30 n. m. on tho following Monday.
This Improvement In time has been
mode posslblo partly by tho 18 hour
fast mall trains between Nev York and
Chicago, Lut chiefly by Improved facil
ities for sorting mall en route and
prompt transfers. Of course the faster
regular schedules ot the transconti
nental railways, which have been made
posslblo by the permanent way lm
provements of, tho past four or ft.J
years, are also an Important factor.
In tho public discussion of ery high Jw(Jr' 4c-J!lL-l
railway ppeedi. It Is commonly, held dftli.Sur HcfCo.ep c
that llie'cnlcr hcnellt or such speeds Is
for the rapid carriage of passengers. As
a matter of actual fact, however, the
number of passengers who are actually
benefited by extraordinarily high rail
way speed Is exceedingly small, Take,
for example, the 18-hour trains between
New York and Chicago, which enable a
business man compelled to trael from
one city to the other to sao a part of
one day of working time. Credit this
sating at Its greatest valtio and it If
really a mere trifle compared with tho
public boned t represented by a saving Latest sugar quotation, 3.505 cents
oi six nours in inc lime or transit or, or 970.10 per ton
pcrnaps a minion letters ana otner
forms of mall matter carried at every
trip of these fast trains. Engineering
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 Per yer.
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
Bales Het. Hoards: 26 Hwa. (24.25,
Session: 10 Klhcl, $9; 10 Klhcl, H.
SUGAR, 3.505 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 11-2(1
Thlelen & Williamson
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Member Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
change. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
Nil I! (ID I VIEW -
N FORT STREET STORE
A Inrfrn linrnfwl nnl n tinlonfltil intr,
sor. an expensive man at that figure, imn nr lh ,,,viim i,iinit.r nn4 nm..
whoso qualifications, of a mediocre i ox-, turnal thinker, Is on exhibition In tho
pcrlcnce, has been gained from others Fort gtreet wmlow of Tho Ounst-Eakln
beneath him and at public expense? cigar Btoro am j, attracting largo
Instead of expending on luxuries, of cr0T,dB,
which this boulevard parking Is one, IIe wlnU nt tne ladles. entB meats
following In tho wako of thoso wator- rrom or off your lmml 0l) you 1(e )ti
front oases, throw sbmo expenditure-1 ,truta nn(l I)0lca Bnd r,gts ull0 cy0 nt
out Fifth District way. Tho School B ,ime rrora tuc daylight by keeping It
street extension Is not yet completed. cQiea. Tho open eyo he keeps per
Why? Is it being held back for cloc- pctUally on a largo placard which
tloncerlng purposes? tears tho following pottle effusion by
It cannot bo denied that this district j jjarmalado MeStabb: .
lacko sufficient outlet other than King The wge8t 0f birds advises you .
street. Not only that, but It also 'l0'caii and see him at tho ZOO,
needs tho opening of moro roads, and whoro lie will bo behind tho bars
hot merely, roads In name and mud Dispensing tho famous "OWL" cl
lanes, but good roads, passable as well , E.fg
as ptesentable. Proprietor A. V. Oear of tho Kalmuki
Wo of tho Fifth did somo attention rzooiaclcal Oardeus secured this fine
and demand It as of right and m ac- fjini at considerable trouble. and ex
cordance with our tax-paying quota.
A FIFTH DISTltlCT RESIDENT.
January 29, 1900.
You buy or tell stocks or bonds,
You Want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent, r f
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thie.en & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUOH WITH A RUSH.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912 FORT ST.
There was burled yesterday after,
noon at Kawalahao cemetery, from th
parlors of the Honolulu Undertaking
Co., a young Hawaiian woman, Polly
Kalama, nee Nowleln, by name, aged,
about 30 years. Her demise took placf
last Tuesday evening after a short ill
ncss, death resulting from heart fall
Bhe was a native of Hanalel. A(
first it was Intended to send her re
mains to Kauai for burial, but upon' rnhn Fernandez tnJoao M Tavarcs.Uol
. tho arrival of her brother yesterdaj Den Wlllclns to M Horita et al L
pense. It is tno oniy one oi us Hinu iu
tho Hawaiian Islands today and is
well worth seeing.
m ass a
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONB
Entered for; Record Jan. 27, 1905,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
H Waterhouso Tr Co Ltd to Amelia
J M Monsarrat to August Drcler..ua
Aug Dreler to J M Monsarrat.... Ilel
Entered for Record Jan. 29, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Lizzie K Makuakano and hsb to Hat.
tlo N Purdy and hsb Ilel
Hattlo N Purdy and hsb to Mrs "Wa-
ka Oklno D
Waka Oklno and hsb to Wm Kinney.. M
Balblna M Jardlne to Jose 0 Ser-
J. Knuhano to Julius 0 Ilartels D
NEW - TO-DAY
morning, he directed her Interment
She leaves a husband with three; chit
dren surviving her. She was th
daughter of tho later Peter Nowleln,
of Hanalel, and brother of the lat
Major Samuel Nowleln, who recentl)
died at his home in Lahalna. In fact
tbe elder Nowlelns all belong to I.
PRISONER A SUSPECT
Two prisoners wero brought- from
Hllo by tho Klnau last Saturday. Onu
of them, Hellkapu Peltnul, was con
victed of larceny in the second degreo
and sentenced to imprisonment for six
months. He is suspected of leprosy
and was turned over to tho health au
thorities. Tbe other prisoner, a Porto
Illcan. suffering from asthma, sen'
Moses Panalakea and'wf to Lamcka
Tarn Keo D
W H Dcers to Henry Weasel and wf
Emllno K Wcssel et al to Matsuno
Hakalau Plntn Co to W II Shlpman.L
Manuel M Jardlno by atty and wf to
joeo a Sorrao D
Manuel M Jardlne by atty and wf to
Wm Fernandez D
Dalbina M Jardlno and hsb to Joso
O Serrao D
Manuel M Jardlno adv E N Holmes
Jas Prosscr by-atty to Julia Puna.
Mrs Kcahonui Illcknrd to Sato Fuji-
tan! .. . k
High Sheriff Henry has received ad
vices from Hawaii stating that th
fenced to threo years' imprisonment, court house and Jail nt Laupahoehor
could not bo accommodated at the had been damaged by the reient Biorm
Hllo Jail owing to his Illness, and has It will cost 30 to (40 to make tbe ne
been lodged in tho Oahu prison, essary repairs.
Alexander Illhla, a young Hawaiian
man of about SO years of age, died earlj
jesterday morning, nt tho realdemo o
his aunt. (Iraic Kahoalil, on Kuaklm
Road and I.lllha street, after long su(
ferlng from pulmonary troubles. lis
was ono ot tho proteges ot the late
Queen Emma Kalcleoniilnui, Ills fatli
er, with two brothem and a sister, sur
Tho funeral will take plaro at 3
o'clock this afternoon from Townsend'i
undertaking parlors to St. Andrew's
Cathedral, where services will be held
by the Kev. F. Fits, and Interment will
bo In tho family plot at Kawalahne
MALTS BRIGHT FUTURE
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 27.-On behalf
of tho Kahulul Railroad Co. a contract
has been signed by Aloxander ft Ilald
win with the Hawaiian- Dredging Co,
whereby tho latter agrees to build a
breakwater from a point on tho beach
on the Pala sldo of tho oil tanks at
Kahulul to the American Girl Hock, a
distance ot two thousand ono hundred
feet. It Is understood that the con
tract price is ono hundred thousand
dollars and will be paid for In full by
tho Kahulul Railroad Co.
The plans call for a breakwater 250
feet wldo on tho bottom, 100 reel wldo
on tho top, and eight foet above high
This will make as Bafo and quiet a
harbor as thero Is In the Hawaiian
Islands and In all kinds of weather
passengers may step from tho wharf
nt Kahulul onto the steamer and
freight may bo landed direct and whllo
tho facilities aro Hotter lor loaaing
freight than anywhere In tho, Terrl
tory except Honolulu, sho will soon
rival even her, tho prldo of tbe group.
Maui has a bright future beforo her
and much of her past and future pros
petty will be due to tho enterprises of
Aloxander & Ilaldwln. tKahulul Is des
tined to bo a busy sea port and all of
Maul will bo benefited thereby.
It will surprise many to know that
Kahulul harbor Is to bo dredged to a
dopth of thirty-two feet, which will
glvo nmplo depth for tho present for
tho largo Bttgar frolgbters that regu
larly take largo" shipments from thU
Tho contract for tho arcuging nas
already been let, articles of agreement
signed and tho Hawaiian wreuging
Company will begin operations soon.
In order to Insure labor for tho local
men. Superintendent It. W. Filler suc
ceeded In getting a stipulation to tho
uffeel that a certain number of local
men ahould bo selected by hlra to
work on tho dodger and breakwater,
i m i
Evening Bulletin 75d Pf month.
Notlco Is hereby ghen that Mahl
Tomos Kcallt was not the person re
ferred to In that deed of Knlkiiahlne
lllllt, Kaluakapu and .Mahl dated Nov.
12, A. D. 1SS3.
UEV. M. C. KEAI.OHA MAUI.
Halcola, Honomakati, N. Kohalii. Ha
wall, Jan. 20, 100C. 3293-21
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks nt Stockyards Stables.
"The Cowboy and the Lady" at tin
Orpheum this evculug.
'ilio schooner Concord leaei tomor
row afternoon for Hllo.
The County Supenlsors meet at 7.30
o'clock toiliorrow en-nlng.
The steamer J. A. cummins left thli
morning for Walmauulo after sugar.
Neatly furnished room at tho Pop
ular. )1, 31.50 and $2 per week. 1213
Fort strcjcLv J'
A notice to creditors of the estate ol
Hannah Wall, uncancel, Is published
In this Issue.
Captain Graham of the ship E. M.
Phelps loaded his automobile outo tin
tcssel this morning.
The ship Edwnrd Scwall has been
shifted from the Sorcnsou wharf U
the foot of Fort street
Tho rctcnuo cutter Daniel Manning
Khlfted to the naval wharf this morn
Ing to take on machinery.
The barkcntlne Archer is taking on
sugar. Captain Lancaster expects to
sail for San Francisco Friday.
A discontinuance has been died In
the assumpsit case ot LUIuokalanl .
Inter-Island Telegraph Co., Ltd.
Sugar for tho schooner Ilelene, nrrlv
Ing this morning, is being stored at the
rnllroad and tho Oceanic whan en,
Tho bark Kalulaul has moro than a
half n load of tugar. Captain Cojly ex
pects to leave for the Golden Gate ou
At tho request of tho police Elama,
character well known to the author!
ties, signed as a sailor and will lcac
' Dr. Ko8, who arrived last week on
the S. S Alnnicda, leaves tomorrow for
Hawaii, where he will act as surgeon
on the Parker rnnch.
Tho sun can't look an "Arabic" coat
ed Iron roof In the fare. The cooling
properties ot tho compound are mar
t clous. California Feed Co., agents.
Captain Harris ot the schooner
Charles Levi Woodbury says the recent
kona leather was the worst ho ever
saw. During tho storm he put Into
The matter of Hawaiian Carrlagu
Company, Ltd., vb. Srhuman Carriage
Co., Ltd., bill for accounting, wal
argued before Judge Do Holt till!
morning by S, I), Kingsbury. Tho mat
Icr was continued until tomorrow.
Thclmrk Dumfriesshire. Icatlng Sat
urday afternoon for Eureka, narrowly
escaped going on the reef opposite the
Castle homo at Wdlklkl, Captain Tai
lor .discovered his predicament and
quickly dropped his auchor. Somo time
afterward a win came up from oft shore
and the vessel was soon out to sen.'
Tho caso of Joso Montaro, charged
with assault with a weapon on Watch
man Norton of tho Magoon block, was
tried beforo Judgo Do Dolt this foro
noon. The Jury brought In a verdict
of guilty shortly bofore noon, and tho
defendant sentenced to Impflsonmont
far six months, the court stating that
Porto Weans wero too prop to usa
knives In tbclr quarrels.
The "exno" vest pocket camera Is no
longer or heavier than a fair-sized
wo tch and looks exactly the same, tho
tens of the Expo being located In the
rrnrenentatlon of tho watch, stem. It
can bo carried with you always'und au
exposure may bo mado In the'twlnkltng
of one) c. It is no exaggeration to say
that this wonderful little camera Is the
groatest dctectha of them all. Price
t2.S0. Seo window display.. Honolulu
There are many brands of beer, ev
ery ene of which enjoys some peculiar
claim to favor,
combines the advantages of all other
beers and for all-round excellence can.
not be beat. It possesses medicinal
qualities which makes It an admirable
spring tonic. Order a trial ease today.
lpWfjjjnr I rings, ind Hroochcs and
m 'vp'v ffay Chains. Everything up-to-
flAjK'E ftll date in design and properly II
Mk$m M-R- counter m
N35? 5f LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET. J
'territory of Hawaii,
Island of Oahu, j .
City ot Honolulu, j
CECIL nilOWN and U T. PECK,
being each duly sworn depose and say
that they are ropvctloly President
and Cnshlcr of Tho First American
Savings & Trust Co., of Hawaii, Ltd.,
and that tbe following schedule is a
full, true. Just und accurate statement
of tliu affairs ot the said Tho First
American Savings &. Trust Co., of Jla
wall. Ltd.. to and including the 30th
day of Dcn-cmber, 1905, such schedule,
being required by Section 11 of tho
Ilanklng Act of 1SEI.
The authorized Capital ot tho Com'
pany Is 2tl0,0U0.0Q divided Into 2,000
shares ot tne par value oi iiuu earn.
Tho number ot shares Issued is 2,000;
Fifty per cent, equal to 100,ouo. nas
been paid In on tho stock, leavlng'JlOO,-
000. subject to be called In.
The Liabilities of tbe Company on
the first day ot January, 190C, were as
Capital, paid up $100,00.00
Undivided Profits 4,128.b0
The Assets of the Company
on the first day of Janu
ary, 190C, were as follows:
Heal Estate 25,270.00
Cash on Hand iu
Hank . t23,193.95
Tills promises to bo a monster week
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no more ob
tainable. This Is' a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co,
are perfectly reliable and sup
ply pure foods only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
State In the Union but of every
country In the world. We sell
and place our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole
lleioz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Hein? Cider Vinegar
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
C AN e GOODS
FULL WEIGHT 31b. TINS PACKED
IN HEAVY FRUIT YRUP.
PURE8T AND DEST OF CALIFOR
NIA'S CHOICEST FRUITS.
Lewis & Co.,
GROCERS SOLE AGENT8.
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
It Is Impossible to obtain better
nt tho Orpheum with two such mag , typewriter value than that represented
nldccnt plays as "The Cowboy and Tho by tho Densmore and Smith-Premier
maehtnes. Thejr typewriters do more
than any others. The man who knows
the good and the bad points of all type
writers, buys either a Densmore or i
(Signed) CKCIL DHOWN,
(Signed) L. T. PUCK,
Subscribed, and sworn to before nto
this 29th day of January, 1900.
(Signed) W. P. IIOTII,
Notary Public First Judicial Circuit.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
Is a true and faithful copy of the orig
inal statement or schedule of TIIK
FIIIST AMEIHCAN SAVINflB &
THUST CO., OF HAWAII, LTD.,
sworn to before me on tho 29th day of
Given under my hand and eenl this
29th day of January, 1900.
(Slgued) W. P. rtQTIL,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
nlank books of all sortB, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
Lady," for Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, and "Tracked Around tho
World," for the balance of the week.
"The Cowboy and the Lady," which
opens tonight. Is a lively comedy drama
of western cowboy and ranch life. It
was produced hero two years ago by
ihe Nelll Company, then playlnt; at
the Hawaiian Opera House-.
Thoso who saw tho play then will
have an opportunity of Jndglng tho
comparative n.rrlts of both companies.
The Orpheum management promlsoa
u better production, both in acting and
Thoso who always want aisle scats
In a special location, better order early
by 'phono Instead of waiting until tho
thnw begins and then kicking because,
they cai't get what they want. v'
CITIZENS TO GATHER.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Hills and tho eastern upper portion.
Itosldonts of this tract aro solicited to
Join. W. II, Mating, at the office of
tho United States District Court, bag
(ho roll of 'membership.
Improvements projected aro good
roads, moro public lights, sidewalks
and curbing on Manoa road ,tho re
naming of certain streets, shado trees,
tho extension of garbago removal by
tho Government, carts and many
other things which will make Maura
tho most beautiful valley In tho Island.
A. It. Ourroy Jr., secretary of the
Walnlac, Kalmuki and l'alolo Improve
mont Club, Is vending out cards to
momhers, to tho following effect:
"You are particularly requested to
attend a public meeting, to bo held on
Monday evening next, January 29th,
190G, at tho Y. M. C. A. hall, at 8
o'clock, under tho auspices of tho Ha
waiian Promotion Cominlttco, to dis
cuss city Improvement maltorg and to
stimulate) aimed interest- in mo scu
"Thero will also bo a general moot
ing of tho Walalao, Kalmuki and l'a
lolo Improvement Club, to bo hold on
Monday evening, February 6th, 1900,
at 7:30 o'clock, at tho Government
Nursery, corner of Kceaumoku and
King streets. Thero will bo a number
of Important matters brought beforo
tho Club, as well as reports of chair
men of tho various committees.
"It Ib desired that you Invite all who
aro interested in Improvement work.
In our district, to attend."
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future wilt be ae follows:.' No. 1, $15
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2-05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to tho
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
Hawaiian News Go.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin..
dr, j, t. Mcdonald,,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24?.
1 he Alexander Young Building. Hour: -
10-12; 2-4; 78. Residence, The Alex
ander Yocing Hotel. Telephone Call!:
Makes Flash ukI kronarth far tic hi and
MS W makln tronst rloti red Mood,
i a boa.
or 3 boaate for at., or maV'd oa raaalpt oi
Brio, vyajta ua about Moon Treatment,
R. aMMMKO CO.. rnuadeiphlaa Pa.
ohaoka dlaeoaa bv alrlm
rttltt n. Bold bi Dmcai
Weekly Bulletin SI P"" ver-
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
-or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
Ee W. Jordan & Co,- Ltd.
U 37 Fort Street
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