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EVRNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. WEDNESDAY. SEPT 5. lSOS.
Hawaiian Drcond Degree.
Roe Croix Regular 7:30.
Hon. Chapter Royal Arch.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
All vliltlng members of tlia
order nro cordlnlly Invited to nt
tend meetings n( local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. J, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:80
l O.O V. Hull, Kurt street.
n II. IIUNDItY. Secretary.
c. o. iu)Tti:l. n. (i.
.11 visit Ins brothers vory cordially
MY81 IC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets overr Tuesday evening nt
30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, K!ng
reel. Visiting brothers cordially In
Red to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
V. WALDIION, K.Il.S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday tveulng at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:31). Mem
bers (if Mystic LoiUe, No. 2, Wm. Mc
KInley Lodgo. Nu. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. 1) DON!). C. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.IL8.
HONOLULU LODGE 61a, B. P. O. C.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIS, D. P. O. .,
will meet In their hall, .m Miller
and Doretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the E. R.
IIAIUIY II. SIMPSON,
II. E. MimiUY, E.It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.af P.
Meets every Saturday eventnc t
T:V o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
strsst. Visiting brothers cordially In
vito to utt 11,1.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JAC01JSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WEDNEH
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
(clock In K. of P. Hall, King street
Visiting Eagles aro Invited tr at
DAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
II. T. MOOIUS. W. Stfcy.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Meets every first npj third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' liulldlng. Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. in. A full attendance
Is desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY. C. of R.
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ind cheapness radiates less heat, vttl-
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f oct on the eyes.
For .jrther partisan Inquire at
Xlso Calc'um CarV-Ide of all sizes. In
urns and small cans, for Generators
d Automobile Lamps and all sizes
id grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
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Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant SL
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THE BEST EVER
Nowhere In Honolulu Is
eo much attention given
to service and quality in
a business man's lunch as
COR. HOTEL AND DETHEL STS.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J46 FORT STREET.
FINE 3UITS FROM $15 UP,
mad In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8T.
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
d. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT STS.
The Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
'Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 117
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Atakea Street.
Clothe Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU PENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Rlcharjk near Queen Sta, All tele,
phone message promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
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o AT o
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LOCAL 1NB fiENEtAL
To manage your cellar and attic suc
cessfully you must be a pretty good
Bulletin want advertiser.
The Globo sells It cheaper.
White steam uutos. stockyds Btnble.
Rent cup of tortee In the city. New
Miss Allco Roth left In the Siberia
for the mainland to fiiti r college.
Call nt Honolulu l'botu-Supply Co
iind w" tht' new Promo cameras.
A light moml-huml buggy In good
condition Is minted. K,n nil. this Issue.
The best lunch In town for liuslnoss !
men la served nt the Criterion. 25c 1
Neatly furnished rooms at tbo Pop-
ular. $1, $1 GO and V- per week. 1243
Fort street. I
A lady'B bat, veil mid silver lint pins j
were last 011 the Pall load Sunday. See
Neno Yamada, n Japanese woman,
'purged with adultery, was today ru-j
teased tin JIWU ball.
J N. Hnrtwell, who came from I
Alaska, In search of health, lias decid
ed to lemalii In Honolulu.
(Ins may be all right but If sou pre
fer wood or coal buy It of Hie Pacific
Ti ouster Co. Phono Main 5s
.Mniinci-r C. 11. Wells of Wnlllikll
pin 11 t.i t Ion was 11 passenger on the Si
beria yesterday for Ixm Angeles.
William Watcrhousc, .Mayor of Pasa
dena, departed for tbo Coast yesterday
after n brief Mult with relatives In thin
Tbo engagement of Rose Kameekua
to Gesirgu It, Nicholas Is niiiiouiiccil
'I ho wedding will take platoon the lllh
The Robert Grieve Printing Com
pany bus gone out of business :iml tlio
iiisielilhery will be shipped to the
Room and board ran be bud nt 727
l.uualllo street. Teachers ami pupils
of the Normal school will find It very
Coat jour Iruu roof with "Arabic"
You ivlll bo surprised at Its cooling ami
preservative properties. California
Feud Co , agent.
There will bo tree plalitlm; exercises
at Atllnl.ini College, Pnlolo, on Satur
day next at tu a. in. The new school
opens on .Monday next.
Special values In ladles' ready-to-wear
tl.lrls at lllom's this week. Hand
some materials In plaids. Invisible
plaids. gieys mid black. '
Walklkl tun Is now owned by W. C.
Herein. Accommodations, suppllus
and attendance absolutely 11 rut claJB.
Klnest bathing on tbo beach.
Only time days more for children's
Dpoeluls nt tlio Sachs store. Bring the
little folks 11I011;; arid let us h:iUi oil
money. Stoic open on Saturday until
1) p. m.
I be despatch boat Aiicguwa Muru,
fuimerly of the Russian 11l1111teer licit,
mid captured durlui; the wur. Is to sail
from olo3iika for Hoiioliilu on Sep
A meeting of the general commit
lee of the Southern California IMIlui
lal Association entertainment will be
held at 3:30 J m. today at the Promo
tion Committee's rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ross of Hono
lulu were visiting Mrs. Ralph Wilcox
of I.lluio last week. Mrs, Ross was
burn In l.lhuo mid looked up familiar
scenes and faces during her stay.
County Treasurer Trent shows total
terelpts for August to have been XL
SSta.7S. Including 131,140.78 balance oil
baud AugiiKt 1st. Total illshuihc-
ineutH were S3S.307.38. Tim bnliiiiin
uu bund ut the end of tlio month was
Residents of Mnnoa and College
Hills aro complaining becauso of lack
of water. The olllclalx blauiu t lie
Rinu'lty of ruin In Nuiiunii for the sit-
nation, which, loweer, will bo some
what relieved In tlio near future, wheli
the Muklkl reservoir will bu connected
with thu lilgli-llfl system.
At Roal Hawaiian Hotel Frld.'t)
evening. September 7, reception and
ehiuco to Callloiula editors. All ti.111
out to give tlixiu a welcuuiu; especial
l the Ito)ul lilood of Hie Islands. You
aru always welcumo ut your hotel the
Hawaiian. II Hews, manager.
Capt. Dunham, of the Standard Oil
ship Astral, which has been I) lug on
this harbor for tbo past month, ship
ped his crew this morning for San
Francisco and will sail this ufteruoon
or tomoriow morning, Heine unable
In get n charter ut a reasonable figure
be will sail In ballast. Tlio Astral iot
her sugar chartir for Now York on ac
count of. delay In leaching this poll
Cap!. William Mitchell, who has
been III thu employ of tlio Inter-Island
Sliuni Navigation Company for many
joins, was seriously Injured Inst night
while going on bourd thu steamer W.
(!. Hall. Ho has been In cliaigo or thu
work of removing tbo I lull'H boilers
and wuu going on board to sleep lust
night, when ho fell over the sldo of tlio
ship, hitting tlio gunwale us ho fell and
breaking his leg. Ho linn been tulteii
to thu Murine Hospital, whoro ho Is
A giaud concert will bo given Satur
day owning In the St. Louis College
Hull for tlio benefit of tbo churches
under the cam of tint veneiuble ami
beloved Rev. Father Clement. The
piogiuin will Include souiu ve-ry ex
cellent muslc'il numbers. Rev. Fath
er Mrtlrnery from .Manila Is 11 musi
cian of marked ability, His slituo wit
bo both Mica I and Instrumental num
bers Miss Williams will give selee
(Ions on the pluno und tbo Druthers of
tlio College will render their usual Im
portant pait for the pleasuio of the
II. Scliulz gave a biimptiious fare
well dinner In Mr. 13. Cropp lust Sun
day at his Hunumaiilu. Kauai, rest
deuce. The soriow of losing Mr
Cmpp'H company was fittingly ex
pioshed by thu delicacy of the vailous
courses and lh mellow vintages set
befoiu as well tlio mourners us the
causo of their turiow. The coffeo with
accessories and clear Iluvnnas some
what took the gloom from thu mind ut
those about to be beieaved, and the
sepal ated lato cheered by the hope of
an equally sulUfnctory welcoming
dinner when the deserter returns.
Present wem: II. Ciopp, II Schulz,
F, Craw foul, II. Calls and II. Kellner.
Do 1 Need
No, 1 don't need em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
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MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
a oUmc women who
No. U Main St., Pbhiacoia, Fl., Not. 20. 1009.
I had been suffering with irregular, scanty and most painful uienstn
atlon, and when tbo periods occurred 1 was unable to be up and bad to itav
in bed fur a Jay or two. Nothing I took heluud mu until 1 uwM W Iwi of
Cardul. It pruted to be Just what 1 needed. Within two mouths th
kcrloiu imiii had dUappearud, my headaches wuu kn frequent and uot to
soiru and felt very much encouraged, but had to uso your tuudiclnefor
four months briuru I was entirely well and regular. I have enjoyed the
finest health now (or eighteen AL ff),
months. I oin very regular und & a-iTl - Jm&rl
bae no moro pains and catand IJJi--,l'KS Iff f
sleep as well as could be desired. ruuuiu, arrs aito caivia avaui.
(Continued from Pag 1.)
bo called In this (Sinle) Territory:
providing ror tlio election by thu sev
eral political pfirtlcvi subject to tit til
law. of their Ciiilr.il Committeemen
and defining their iIiiIIph and powers
us such loiumllteemen; tumbling for
thu pieientlou and roriectloti,, under
lertulu eondlllons, of eriors, wiongs
and lolatlmiH of tlio prntiMous of thl.i
law, and lemeilles Iherefor; piolding
for the piou'lilloii of friiudH und the
punishment of el lines and misdemean
ors lominllled ut such pilmary 110111
iuatliig elections, nr In the procted
Ings lelatliig llierclii; providing pen
nltlos und piiiiUhmeiits for the viola
tion of any of Iho pimlMons of thin
law- piovldlug fur eoutestlug uouiluu
lions made at such primary nominat
ing electluns; applying to said prim
ary nominating elections, so far as tile
s-iinc me not 'n innllli-l with the pro
lslcuis of this law, und the samu may
bu modified by the piovlxlon uf tills
law the follouiug sect Ions of the (leu
oral I.1W8 of (Oieguu) the 'lerrltory
of Hawaii us the uuiiio are uiiuibereil
III tlio (Anuiitfilcil Codes and Statute.-;
of Oiegon, lo-wlt, Sections
Amending Sections repealing
thu follouiug sections ) Re.
vised Laws leprallug nil other Aits
und parta of Ads In coiilllct with this
law, or any part thereuf, ho far as the
same 1 elates to primary elections,
primary nominating ctci lions, or thu
juoeeeduru for nny such elections
under this law.
I'nder our form of (lovcrmnent po
litical panics uiii useful and neiessary
ut the pieseiii time, It Is necessary
lor the public welfare und safily that
cwry ptncllcnl guaranleo shall be pro
vided by law In assino tho people gen
dully as well us thu members of the
several putties, Hint political parties
shall be fulily, fieely and honestly
coiidiKtiil, In appearand! uu well as In
fact The method of naming candi
dates for electlvB'publle otlleea by po
litical pa 1 ties and voluntary political
111 ganlat Ions Is tho best plan yet found
for placing before thu people the names
uf iptalllleil and woilhy (Itlzcng fiom
wliiim the elecloiH may choose the otll
ceis of our government. Tho govern
ment of our (Statu) Territory by lis
eh rlorn ami the government ut 11 no-'
llllcal parly by Its nicmbois are light-!
full.. I...W..I .. II... ......... .,,.,. no. I u.l,.. '
clplts. Uvciy political "puity and ev
A Fine Set of
If Kipling never wrote any
thing else besides "Kim" he
would have made a perma
nent name for himself In lit
erature. But we have a set
of 26 Vole, of Kipling's work
all a good as Kim. It I
In uniform binding, very hand
some, beautifully printed,
One of the Scribner publica
tion). You can buy it on easy
Wm, C Lyon Co,
l-ORT AND HOTEL STREET8.
A BOON TO
After four yoars of vain oudonvur to regain
ber health by taking other medicines, Mia
Ucatrlco Wood was uiado a perfectly well
woman by taking Wluo of Cardul, tlio moat
successful menstrual rcjpilutor and woman 'a
tonlo known to the soiunco of medicine.
She took Wlno of Cardul ami that la what
wo advlio you to do.
Will you follow her exampU , aodb a
well, woman f
We could show you letters from 10,000
praise Wlno ot Cardul u ahe pralaoa It.
ery voluntary political organization
has tho samu right to bo protected from
tlio Inlcrferenco of persons who ate
not identified with It as Its known and
publicly nvowed members, that the
government of the (Slate) Territory
bus to protect Itself from the Interior
cure of persons who are not known and
leglstered as Us electors. It Is as
great a wrong to the peopl.e as well as
to the inemberii of a political parly,
for one who is not known to be one
of Us members to vote or lake any
part at any election or other proceed
lugs of such political party, us It Is for
one who Is not a (liuilincd mid regis
tered elector to voto ut any (Stain)
Territorial election or take any part In
tho business of tho (State) Territory
Every political party and voluntary po
lltlcul organization Is rightfully en
titled to the sole and exclusive use of
every word of Its 0tncl.1l name. Thu
people of the (State) Territory and
the members of every political party
und voluntary political organization
nre ilglitfully entitled to know that
iiveiy person who offers to take any
part In the affairs or business of any
political party or voluntary political
organization In tho (Stule) Territory
is In good faith 11 member of such par
ty. Iho reason for Hie law which re
quires n secret ballot when all tho
electors choose their unicorn, equally
requires a secret ballot when the mem
bers of a party choose their candidates
for public office. II Is an necessary for
tlio preservation of the public welfare
mid safety that there shall be a free
and fair voto ami nti Inmost count na
well us a secret ballot at primary elec
tions, us It Is that there shall bo a free
und fair veto and 1111 honest count In
addition to tho secret ballot at ull elec
tions of nubile officers. All uunlllled
electors who wish to servo the people
In nu elecllvo public nlllce are right
fully entitled to eipial npportiiuttieil
under the law.
Tim purpose of this law U better
to serin 0 and to preserve tho lights ot
political parties und voluntary polit
ical organizations, and of tnelr mem
born und candidates, and especially of
the rights above staled.
Ho It enacted by the People of the
(State) Territory of (Oregon) llu
Section 1. Tho provisions of tills
law shall nt all times bn construed In
such manner as shall mako It operate
us nearly as possible In accordance
with tlio foiegolug statement of Ilia
theory on which It Is based,
III TO WE
The Fifth Is Entitled To
Two Men For Upper
Now that tho firht over the election
of delegates to the conventions In over
and an understanding has been readi
ed about the Supervisorial representa
tion, the attention of Senator Lands
turned to the apportionment of the can-
dldutes for the Senate. An evening
paper has It that the Fourth District
is entitled to two candidates as
against one from the Fifth this time.
Senator Lane contends that If prece
dent Is to be followed, the Fifth Dis
trict Is entitled to two candidates. He
cay that In 1902, W. C. Achl and L.
L. McCandless ran from the Fifth Dis
trict, while Paul Iscnberg was the on
ly one from the Fourth; that In 1904
J, M. Dowsett and K. Faxon Bishop
ran from the Fourth District, whllo he
(Lane) was the only representative
from the Fifth.
"It will be seen." said Lane, "that It
has been the custom heretofore for
each District to have two representa
tives running for the Senate alternate
ly each term, and according to this,
the Fifth District Is entitled to two
candidates, this time."
"It Is believed that tho Fourth Dis
trict will not make any bones over
this matter, but Senator Lane wants
an understanding In black ml white
before leaving the matter alone.
Speaking of tbo results ot Ihe elec
tion last Saturday, lame says: "Every
thing Is satisfactory to me. We will
not attempt to control the convention.
but will do everything In our power to
give both districts fair and proper rep
resentation In the Senate and Ihe
The names of (lie candidates for tho
different oKlces will be presented to
tho delegates of the different precincts
from tho Firth District, and the names
receiving tho majority vote will bo
considered tho choice of the precinct.
A general caucus of tho delegates elec
ted In the Fifth will bo held somu
time this week or next week.
Asked on to whether the unit rulo
will be adopted In the Fifth, Senator
Lane said, "No; I do uot think it is
proper. It has never been the custom
Senator Lane Is still out for Vlda as
Deputy Sheriff Individually. Tho
choice does uot meet with the approv
al ot many prominent men In the
l.aue faction, two among them being
Louts Kekumano and Hen Kane.
Lane contends that Vlda Is entitled
to the office for the services he has
rendered the faction and the party.
The matter will have to be nettled at
the caucus of the delegates.
N. Fernandez is still In the race for
Supervisor, and, like Vlda, bis caso
will be settled by the delegates.
Speaking of Sam Johnson's boast of
seventy votes. Lane said, "That re
mains to be seen. As far as the dele
gates elected In the Seventh are con
cerned, he cannot control tor a second.
It will be remembered that Vlda got
eight men elected here, Johnson two
and Achl one.
There Is a question as to whether
or no the election of the Seventh Pre
cinct of the Fifth District will hold.
Tlio rules and regulations or the Re
publican Party Precinct Clubs provide
lu Section 10 that tho names or tho
candidates nominated shall be arrang
ed In alphabetical order, tbo surnames
coining first. This rulo was utterly
disregarded In the Seventh, hh will bo
seen from the official ballots that
were distributed by the Judges; thu
name of Mulle cornea before those, of
Mahelona and Kaulakukul, and that
of Kauahl before that of Kaauwal. and
Renter before Itatlitiurn. If tho rule
Is merely directory on this point, then
tho election would stand: It It Is man
datory It would seem that a re-election
will bu ordered. Representative Ma
helona said 'this morning that when
thu sample ballots were prepared by
Secretary Hanalel, they were all right,
but that changes were mad after
they had passed Into the bands of thu
The question to bo Bottled U rath
er Important, The section In ciuostlou
reads as follows
Sec, 10, The ballots used at prima
ly elections shall be ot uniform size,
and shall contain the names ot all can
didates who have been duly nominated
for the respective conventions. There
shall bo separutu ballots for each con
vention: the balluls for candidates to
tho Territorial Convention shall bo ot
ellow paper, and tho ballots ror can
didates tu the County and District Con
vention or white paper. The names
of thu candidates so nominated shall
be arranged lu alphabetical order, tho
surnames coming first. All ballots to
be printed or typewritten aud furnish
ed by the executive commltteo of the
precinct club at the expanse or the
candidates, each candidate) being as
sessed equally the number of ballots
to bo ut least twice ua many as the
number of voers on tho roll of the
Precinct Club. And as iioon as prac
ticable before the time of opening thu
polls, said executive committee or Its
chairman shall deliver said ballots to-
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MM. 13S DAYS
Ship Was Frozen In Ice
The full rigged ship Falrport, Capt.
Armstrong, arrived this morning from
Hamburg after a passage of 138 days.
The ship made exactly the same time
on the voyage just over that she did
in coming here from llamburk two
years ago. The trip, according to Capt.
Armstrong, was uneventful, the only
experience out of the ordinary being
when the ship ran Into Icefields off
Cape Horn and was frozen In for two
days. The Ice did no damage, how
ever. The Falrport, which carries the Eng
lish flag, brought a full cargo ot mis
cellaneous merchandise for the local
merchants having 3200 tons In her
hold The main shipments consist ot
cement, coke and fertilizers, Capt.
Armstrong Is accompanied by his wife
and two little girls, both little tots
with golden hair and as pretty as can
be. The youngest, hardly more than
a baby, is making her first voyage and
according to her mother, has enjoyed
herself all tho way over.
The Falrport Is a model ship In the
line of cleanliness. No navy vessel
tan show whiter decks, or more care
fully painted zuperstructure. She 'Is
the neatest ship that has come Into
this port after a long voyage for many
Direr M. R. Iloughtalllng left this
noon ror Ihe Manchuria, where he will
start the work or examining Ihe Pa
cific Mall liner's sea valves under the
direction of Capt. Metcalf, Immediate
ly on his arrival. He has been wait
ing ror a call from the wrecker of trw
Manchuria for some time, believing
that his services would be needed, and
Just ns he was about to give up hope,
was called In.
Walmea, Kauai, Sept. 3. A fare
well reception and luau was given to
Capt. Williamson at Walmea Satur
day, August 25th, by the people of Ma-
kawell and Walmea as a token ot their
(ippreclatlon of tho services rendered
lu his capacity of landing, master at
Sevoral speeches were made during
the evening, In which were ahown the
regard the residents of, Ihe district
have for Capt. Williamson,, and ibe
manner In which he bas'pe rfbrmed.hls
task as wharfinger; also the apprecia
tion of the men working under htm of
I.la treatment of them.
In responding the Captain thanked
the people and especially Manager
Baldwin, for having made his work
and tho stay at the landing ad pleas
ant both to himself and his family.
Captain Williamson and his family
lell by last week's Mlkahala and a
great number of Irlcnds turned out tu
bid them goodbye and decorate tbem
He regicts very much to have to
leave Kauai, and only the demands of
l.is wife's health compels him to make
a change. The many friends that he
leaves behind wish him and his family
all kinds ot success In his new borne.
Mnrle (reproachfully) Won't you
tell your own sister whether you really
hope to become engaged to Mr. Stoxan
bonus? Muriel (confidentially Marie.
I hope to do even better than that I
hope to marry him. American Spec
ether with the two ballot boxes here
in provided for, to the Judges ofi elec
tion, and only such ballots shall bo
It would Boom from the reading of
the whole of the abovo section that
the rule Is mandatory, not merely di
rectory. The Irregularity of the ballot
was not discovered until Mahelona
presented himself to vote at 7 o'clock
(art Saturday evening.
Supervisor Archer's case and Achl's
thai go of fraud In tbo Eighth Precinct
of the Fifth District will also be
taken up tonight.
Representative Mahelona claims
that the Irregular arrangement or the
mimes or tho candidates on the official
lu'lots wan tu homo extent the reason
w h bo lost. There were a number of
Voilngiieso voters who were Instruct
ed according to the numbers on the
sample ballots, they being unfamiliar
with the native name. ,
Young man wants situation, clerk ot
collector. Apply "Z.," this' office.
Light secondhand buggy In good con
dition. Address "X.," Bulletin.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now we can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
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