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EVENING HtJt,LKTlN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATItltllAY, OCT. 0, 1900.
Eft,-. 1 1
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Moo lnio H, NSW TO-UAY, for Now Ada.
Information It wanted of Hnltlo Pin
scn (tinw.ninrrlcOi, formerly nf Cur
ry, I'ii. Addr.-ss S P.. llilt onire.
Foft, clean rags for wiping dcllrnto
machinery, nt Ilullctiit otllco. Ai-,
ply Cashier's desk. 3378-tI '
Three or I rooms nr innll cottage,
for housekeeping. Addr. ss "X.. '
Cheap "ill. iic.-iuilfully loca'cd, 2 beds
iln loom 7S.I Here nnln. 3187-tf
Newly tiirrtrheil mosquito proof rooms,
at SI Vineyard St. 272S-U
fine corner lot in Mnklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit aui ornamental trcoa
and all Improvement!!. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Pupation
College. Addteta II. I. Oils oflicb
8y Kngllsh grndunto nurse to take corn
of Invalid or children; would travol.
Addrcri ' A. (5 i: S . Hullctln.
(olden snble collie iiiip3. nicely mnil;
p. fiom pedigreed slnci.; maloc,
$11; females. rjlO; horn Aim. 8th.,1
1'jnC. 11. Horner, Pnatillo, Hawaii.
A light newly llnlMicd nllli i ri'iit
very reasonable C-ir. Tort and Ho
tel Sta. Win. C I .von Co . Mil.
Cool moms, hot and cold water, clee
tile lights, sliow'er and hath, at The
Majestic, Sachs Mock. SmC."
Tho old-established "Popular House";
45 furnished roomi. Itcnt $30. per
month with 17 years' leaso to run
Call at 1319 Tort street. 3(5(Uf
The great Knhulcti llaneh, containing
ISI.'jOO acres, with ovorythli'c ox
cept my grip sack. Apply Col. 8.
Norrls. 3403 tl
CottuRCS In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., nintika Hotel.
Id mm 2 year-old bIp.iI plants In nur
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Cooke, Mcliitjrc llldt:. rilOH-lm
2 furnished front rooms nt 1223 Km
inn St : rent reasonable . 3401-tf
l'utnlshi-d rottneo at IS!;. lainaltln St
' Itiiiilro stuck arils Stable. :t.".ii(i-lt
Hnuilii In any quantity. Kalmukl
. ll'-iKH'n 'wo- . ii
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Key, Music lioxes, Ennrpeumv ol
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For house-help, phone White 2? 91, Ms
klkl. (Jcnernl employment Office,
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first-class securities, for ono year or
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nn Pawn Co., Nintanii near Kins.
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POWER LOT, by Sarah P. McLean
MAX FARGUS, by Owen Johnson.
THE PASS, by Stewart Edward White
ANN BOYD, by Will N. Harben.
THE DISTRACTIONS OF MARTHA,
by Marlon Harland,
THE LEADER, by Mary Dillon.
BLIND ALLEYS, by Geo. Cary Eggle-
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
gets to tho foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
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QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
, SPORTS &
Skip-Jacks To Race
On Sunday For
Hester L. Cup
The first race for ihe Ileitcr l. chal
lenge eun will take place Sunday, Oct
ober 7, 190fi, nt 10 n. in. St.nUnu poltil
In. in Imoy on Mo.iu.1 HUM plot.
llcrter I. T. liiihuice
Mist Clin, (limn
pitiiuinlolfl .1. 1'IKii
Snow V. (lonous
says Hie Wisconsin hoys wcrp illai
liolnled In nut llmllng the Camp .Me
Klnley men-oil the hull field. "We know
notliltiR of any Intended Ramo." tnld
l.teulcnnnt llnnnnh, "mid llierefore
they could not have hern dlHnimolutct
by rtliy rcpimnllile peiron. Some of
Hie men inny have talked down towif
nr n Riunn 1ml no plans were nn mot nt
Hie rump, and (li.it Is the only place for
plans lo he r.irrlnl out."
Ths complex hem y wclRht mlxluro
of hum fighters nnd o iierwtrc who
iirk .'.'.'.'.'.'. ...'. ...'...'.'.' i. McCntidlCsH ,nl1' claim to (lie liinvjwolRht tllle nf
Alnrv l II. lhmtm.n ter Jeff took his ccca nnd made Ills
Imp' II. 8lPliiwex!t Horn tho rliiR has been lllleied
,.', , . , I ' ii-jact n,, 1(.nilere,l until It has at last ro-
whlrh turnhli ihe yoiuiR nnd old reel- .i..,i i.w ,, . .ien mm.
iientH ni Mie heaeli Willi i so intti ll fun ,tlll ,.,, n1, n riomentn 0f
6.1III11R lnlilo ihe leef. rhero nre somo , ,.rp-rn, .innllli(I,in rnniiinnnd
rathe .pee.ly . inlt In the lot and thcro riVC iiiltiilc1 ptila Jack O'llilen and
IsieiiLiiuobeUudnoMimliitlioratt. Tl)mlliy ,(,., Tllt,y nlP ,w (10
l " wily two active flRhlera who linvo
euy tlRht to lay claim to the alianilnn
rd championship elinlr. -Hums shares
this rlRht by virtue or his iMca! of
Jlanln Hart, who, nlthoiiRli n very
pooi oxcusn for a thaniploii. adver
Used himself as such Ihn wot Id over.
O'llrlen claims I he supicmncy on no
count of his (Wfent of old Hob 11 tz
flnimoiis. who stepped out of ancient
li'siory lo put the glows on with
Ileal ltnto Juhu nnd ro an unex
petted attack or old nRO at the end
of tho thirteenth round.
True, tjio claim of these two flsht
ris 'o -.ho tills Is anything hut nil
rlnntlal, hut who else Is there In tho
lienvynclitht game that has even n
light to clnlm that lie had a rlnlit to
the lllo? N'obody. Sam llcrcer may
have ma.lo n very creditable showliiR
i.Raliut O'llilrn In their six-round
light In Philadelphia, hut champions
do not usually rliaiiRo hiiuds In a six
totmil cortlest. where tho ilcclstcn Ik
Iclt to 11 thousand or leis newspaper
men. who nil see the IIrIiI fiom a dif
ferent vlpwpoln . .lack Johnson may
l.u sa Rood u man iih either Hums nf
frililen, but lliere Is notliltiR In his
teenrd thttt ran he ddpod ulonR tech
nical Hum lo land him In tho suprvnu'
inuncll of tho heavies,
Tho winner of the O'llrlen Hums
liintc.li, whenever and wheruver It
A championship game of harehall
uill lie pl.iye.l tomonow mornliiR at
-::i d'clnck nt Knplolnnl Park he
to:n the Standard haschull nine nnd
the Kaaln huseliall team. The I-fains
ilefen'cil the Stnnilarils on Auk.
ii by n scoro of P to X, while ilia
Stnndatds ilcfeatcd .he Kaahts on
Sept. 2 by the score of 12 to H. To
morrow the same will he played lor
he championship. A pnrio of -'i
(.111 he put up liy both trams
Tho Stniulaid's llue-iip Is as fol
lows: I. Jiispph, r; A. I.etidro, p;
Mnuuel P., Hi: C. Nelson. I'll; J. Jos--ph
nil. .1 Mrnucl, ss; l)eoute, rf;
Krnrit f, M. Joseph. K.
:: :: ::
Tho Wisconsin hnll team niny spilnR
a HiuiirUe today nnil tilm our liojs.
1 w iiild ho n sorry hunch of Hono
lulu spoitH If tho Nnvy team should
urn Iho Irlrk. SIiko tho ship lioyn
lend In Iho KvciiIiir llulh.lln where iimea off, will have aB clear a tltlo
Hie San FianilKco team Is looklUK for
loy nnd l"n Sue they nip nok so auro
10 tho henvywelRht ehnmplonshlp ns
lr piisslhlo tiniier the clicmnstnnrcs
it nlnnlmr. TIipv did not leallro thai Ihe ViWiWVt tnili tlir.t has licen wnlteil
ivn lifi.l wncli fnt riiliilinnv Iiith. Just I'll here 1 1 1)111 till) BllllUy South lllirlllK
wliat the lineup of tho Honolulu ! "" ' lew days seems In consist
cam will he Is nut known. Inn It Is
possible that It will not ho Iho K.ime
The Wisconsin leim ha.l n pood
practice it tho llnsehall Pull, jester
day nnd were surmised to find that
we had such fine Riounils,
On Jlnnday tho classes nt the Y. M.
f. A. start and tho kj hi., under tho
illredlon of Instructor Hand, will
niesen n busy scene.
Tho .business men's class wllf meet
from r, to I! p. in. on Tuesdays: and
I-ildays. Tho jouiir nieti'B class will
"et fiom 7.2D to 0 o'clock on Jlon
day iiml Thinsil.iy iiIrIiIr. lloya will
ho Riven the prh liege of Ihn Rym. on
.Monday and Thursday nflernoons.
Ilnndhnll, basketball, Indoor I'kirc
hnll nnd nym. work will bo IndiilRed
:t t: it
Sailor Mnrch nnd tho "Piinehliowl
Wojtiler," Kill n, nro both nddliiR to
their iIiir records. In tho last couplo
of weeks both these. hnm-nnd-CRR
flRhlers luivo been pulled heforn tho
courts for heatliiR women, fillvn Is
the lad who claims that lie laid down
because Sullivan woio a fionnrn rIovo
ntrlpped or half Its padding. Tho on
ly thlni; that this dub could y"il'
would ho a wmnnn.
Morch, wlio hit the mat liefoio Jack
Mcl'adden, was up before tho Hingis
tnitp yet-tcrilny for swIurIiir on n fo
mnle. He will probably put n knock
out opposite his inline.
At 2 o'clock todny thero wljl ho a
MnmJ of ctlcket at tho .Mnltlkl riouiiiI.
Two local tennis will participate.
j: t: ::
I.leulen.iiit llnnnnh of Camp Mrliln
ley KtntDS that the hiippotltlun thut tho
Ciimp McKliiley bnrcbnll team was to
tllnilpally of uitine. O'llrlen lias to-
( ehiil nil nlllilul offer from tho south
ern club and knows no more about
(he nrfiiii ilinn wlint the Utile blrda
oiicliiife to tell him IhroiiRh (he
priM or nlotiR'tho lino. The Ilaldnln
titilihlc litis exploded, nnd It Is lint ex
peiteil (lint MrCarey will olfer any
(loldlleld (lgurcE for tho Hums O'lli ten
Meutiwhlle Sam Dorgcr Is watllnR
loino place between lieio nnd Jjfcw
Vork for r.omcho.ly to offer him
(200,000 n ;mt on n pnlr of IioxIiir
r.luiei. If ltcrgcr and O'llrlen llKht,
Hie wlmii r claims the title, then
Ihirnn will rnlco n howl thai wll smell
lo ths nt.lex. A Hums O'llrlen mnteli
would ho Iho must satisfactory to de
cide which of Hie two has tho best
right to claim tho title.
DRYAN ON ROOSEVELT
throng rerched nn ovation only cn,unl
led by thut of tho unnoutHTtiicut of tlio
breaking df the tccord, A speech was
called for, hut (ho tinner wn not n
a. mood for sprrrlunnktng.
"Dan does my spcechmaklnR," he
shnulcd with n wnie ur his hand, and
leaving the stand rnught out tho little
driver who hud pllctcd Hun Patch In
the greatest mile exhibition ever stcn
upon n nice illicit, and diew him nwuy
front tho throng to whisper his con
gratulations. Dan was cccortcd back to his stable
In the midst of a mighty tinting that
iiomled in mi oicry side and totally
ovcreiiiuc tin; gntemen who attempted
to hold It In tlicrk. ll.in's lent was sur
intituled by a cheering, Rood-nntuicit
inoli. They lingered long alter snntef
nnd had to be driven nvny when :t
enmo hcdtlmo for the. Rreii Iljer. ,
Ilarly In tho ufteriionn Ihn rouillllons
were not favorable to the business or
breaklliK worhl'A icuinlrt. A btcczc of
tliecd-hlliilcrliiR proporllons was Wow
ing auoss tho trad: In such it manner
as to ho of little help to the hoisej, tin
ninltcr In what part of (he course they
might be. The track was fast after n
thorough wetting down Friday night
nnd caretakers lulloweil the horses af
ter every nice hrat and wcro on tho
lookout for stray pebbles, bits of piper
or any nbjct which might Interfere.
with the work nt hand.
D.iii wiih hro.ight out for n w.trmtip
about 2 o'clock, lie did easy fttetrhcH
up nnd down thn homo stretch nnd win
Ilnully sent tho mile out. untuned.
At 3 o'clock Charley De.in appeared
with a bit; runner and Dan ciime out
a few minutes later, llotti animals
were warmed up and weie sent nway
for n mllr. No tlmo was held on this
cITutt, hut down the hack stretch Dear.
sent the runner right nliiiif,' uml D.in
looking as thuiiRh he might ho renin:-
his he.til hi tin De.in'.i ImcIc, went the
mile out wllhuiit a falter or n fnhe.inu-
Hun. lie was then taken In for tho
lllinl cooling out heforo tho supremo ef-
The crowil watched the harness
evcnl3 In thn fl mil heats r.nd remained
to sro Dan. It had been expected that
ho wuild go lit I o'clock, but at that
hour tho luceze was rllll too high to
suit Ihe everts, As It showed symp.
tonts nf dying away, tho ttlal was post
poned. At 4M5 Charley Dean atuic.iied
nsnln wllli his t tinner. Two mom tit
the liariie&iPit Jumpers nppenred ntul
theso fellows wcto wiirmcd no tlim-
otiRhly befuro Dan wai brought out.
Tho track hud been scraped until Its
suifaco looked haul and fast, smojth
enough for billiard pln
mo runner retired up tho stretch
nnd Dan, liojl.cd In behind tho Dcuu
bllto nnd with a runner nt 'his Hank,
swept down tho strnlclil. U was only
a dial score, nnd nt tho turn all checked
mid nr.iln retired to near the head of
Iho Mrrtch. The trip mr.vcd doA'n upon
int. jmignH ainnit emeu more nt an 111
ejejned pate. Don had worked his
runner up lo n lather, but Dan Patch
was us cool ns though Juki coming from
Ihe shndci! null, llprsey let him out n
1 1 lllo. but tho I, ret eighth marked the
end of Ihn sprint for thn runners uml
ns they moved bar): by tho stand Iler
sey raised his whip nnd notified Judges
nnd timer thai hu was rend;'.
I'p nt the big nates the horses
whirled. Dean dived In to the pole nud
llersey deftly sent Dan In behind tho
blue coat of Dean. The second runner
rntno u;i on the outside and flanked tlio
pacer. Ue.m Rave tho runner h!i lie.t.l
nnd lifted him oucn or twice with the
whip. The trio came down Iho slirtch
In a swltllng cloud of dust, n recmlng
Incui nation of the spirit of speed. Thn
thumping of Iho hoofs of the runners
Intermingling wllh the icgular tattod
of those of the Fplcndld 1 't were thn
only sounds heard ns the compact
squadron of record breakers nv.ept by
the Judges' stnink
The wntches clicked nud the nisnnlt
upon Ihp world's leeord was on. The
hading runner was down to hard golnii
when tho trio passed tinder thri who,
and Dead gave him no in lire. Ho w;h
rating mi Hie ginund In mighty liound3,
with Dan, his iiosq nlmou ngnlint
Hcnti'ri shoulders, p.ieliu; In n style
more stlggt'sttvp nf a luiiihliic Hinti tlio
effort of a thing of lleth ntul blood.
Ills great ttrldo was eiiual to tho leaps
of the runner ntul hn could tint M
Dean was driving to make the halt
In :K7. He gave tho runner never a
chanre. The second runner, (raveling
Iho far dlMntice, was struggling to keep
tip. Tho tilu disappeared In n cloud of
dust at tho first turn to emerge nt ipinr
ler with Dan rtlll pacing like a wraith
nud holding Ihe ptcc behind the run
tier as though he might bo In n wmm
up or :t trial luat rather than In Iho
fastest performance the world has over
They Hashed by the quarter In :2hVi
and weio tin lor the Hi". Here they
wcto traversing the mint friendly por
tion of tho trnrk and although In that
part where speed Is always optically
lessened lo the watt h It could ho seen
thut they weio fcoltig great gutis. The
i cached thu half III :S7 nnd tho ling In
Itin wliiu-nir tnivrt finnr thn Ii irus
dropped to notify Dean mid llersey
unit tuey were wiiuiu cue wnrK, us
On they rushed In tho far coiner ntul
toward tho famous "hill," They iltop
pud out of sight for n moment behind
the cut ntul when they showed again
on Iho curve It was seen that nulhliin
had changed, Into (he head wind they
come to tho thteo-ipiaitcril nnd Tped by
tho third polo with thn watched (tup
ping nt l:2'J'j.
Hero nt tho corner a third runner
wus waiting mid his driver sent him
Into the nuh. Thn crowd camo to its
feet to u man, nnd tho pictuttM was Ihe
greatest ever seen on u riicccuurFC.
The dust clouded behind Hie llylni;
hoi set. Thp sun ihono through Hip
haze of dust nud nnoke, silhouetting
tin hornca ro that (hey formed thn ren
Irol point of the plcturo with every
thing elro In the landscapo blotted out.
At first they appealed no larger than
black specks In the hayp. but not for
lor fntln chliiMnff, nnd ccxklnfi
Pure, Delicious, Nuttlllous
Mtaitrtnio u. b. pat. ornoa
nrrkfAit Coro. 12 lb. tint
DaWi ChoroUte (univrcrtrnnj), I -2 lb, oVei
German Swcrt Qiocolatf, 1-4 lb. cftkci
for .Silo ly Lri()in,1 Crocpn
WALTER BAKER & GO. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
H IIICItUT AWAItllS IN LUROPE
drivers ndded a new life, transforming
the p-imirninn into n Ihlng spettarle.
The runners wero raised out by their
dlhcrs for lite supremo rrort. They
resMinded nobly, llersey sat Immov
able upon tho white "blko" of tho pacer
nnd did not by nil) motion betia) that
ho w.iB calling upon his chntge for tin
Increased effort. Dan Pnti?h was gulng
aa eislly and .13 fu-cly as when storing
In tho preliminary trials. Ills fJihlu
was as trim mid his luach rjs lime-tie-
(Hiring iih when ho had started tho
There was an Instant of craning of
necks, of tlvcted attention nnd lh.
nmrlet had whirled heurnth the Hu
Ishlng wlrp. 1'Iip work wna donn. 'I hn
ollltliil watrhe slopppd lit ItTiS Hut.
Wulche3 lit thn stands In tho hands ut
cxpei lent ed horsemen had chiirIh him
tilider I fiS.
Dim Patch had imccd tho fastest inllrt
III tho liiFlorr of harness
They rushed down Ihe stretch, bid hrnnrhi ilm wrm.i i i,ia ti.,.,.,
nn nvalanehe nt i.pced and elToit. As toln lionic. It Is fuuall wonder that hu
they nnarcd tho Bland. Hip mil of Hip was acclaimed with regal honor by hi.
hoofn of thn burses and tho cries of Hie fi lends.
Cnlnmhtn S. C. Sept. 19. W. .1. Hiy
nn spoke todny to 2000 people on tho
campus of the South Carolina t'nl
vrrrlly. Hiyau expresred great sails
fact Ion Hint this meeting had been
opened wllh nrascr.
He declined that ho had no objec
tion to President Hoosrvclt using liU
platform, but he did object to elcctliiR
11 ltrpuhllrnn when n Demon nt could
he chosen on tlio fame platform and be
consistent. Hoosnvcll, ho said, had
been elected nn a "god nf witr," and ho
would go down In history ns n peate
makcr, Tho Hepubllcans. Ilrynn rhnrged, had
let lined lo put a rate bill clauso lu their
jilntfonn, hut tho Domoernts at Kansas
City had done 1.0. lie made his usual
nntl-trti3t argument, nnd explained Hint
he had been misunderstood lit Hie mat
ter of public ownership of iiillioads.
In tho tourso of tho address he
claimed that hnii iho Democrats won In
1900 tho money mived from miliBCtiuciit
Philippine campaigns would have tins
the Panama Canal.
Alter the speaking Mr. lliyan was
given n public iccepilon nt thn Slulu
Capllo) nud luuihrim at the home of
Captain W, I.'. Ccmzalc.i.
Tho London genernl postolllco ie-
play tho Wlscoiislns jesterdny had no tcntly bttctcisfiilly delivered a letter
foundation with uny icpnnslhln per- I'ddiesscd "Cornor House, Two Stono
sous nt tho camp. Tho morning paper Dogs In Finiit."
WHEN DAN PATCH SEEMED HUMAN
Minneapolis, Sept. 7, Dun Patch has
once tiinro pioicd nil Indisputable claim
to tho tltlo of tho king of pac-oni. Yes
terday afternoon on tho stato fair track
tho Blent stallion sent tho world's ice
ord down nnothcr notch mid diovo a
crowd of ut least 30,U00 spcitatoiti Into
11 frenzy of delight and uppicclatou,
The crowd had watched thu record
trial In allelic 0. After Iho horses had
gono under the wlro tho sllenco tc-
inalncd unbroken, Tho official mi
iiouticer raised his megaphone, mid
I "Dan Patch has paced tlio mllo out
ill 1 j.j lliti. lilirjHiiiH uiu wuiuin
Hut he got no further. Tho vast
Huong rusu tu Its feet In thu Rteat
stand nud pandemonium iclgucd, Hats
weio tliimvn In Iho nlr nud trampled,
Women waved haiidkerchlcfs mid .Mlu-
nesotu lltcialty blood up nnd paid lioiu-
ng" to hor adopted 1.011.
It was a great day for Mlnnoboln. A
liurte owned by u Mlnuuipiills man bad
not only chattered tlio statu reeoid for
tho mile, but tho world'H mark as well
nud on tho slate fair ttuck. Dan's oth
er ictord marks had been tuado lit thn
bouth, far nway from friendly ciowdh
and Iho dclnlls had alwnys been tele
graphlcully meager. Here Dan had
crowned his gieat carosr liy his nre-
nilcr performance in tlio eyes of hit
friends, It Is Email wonder that they
wcro ready lo apotheosize him as they
Tho crowd rukhed upon tho trade
nnd mil rounded tho nulimil, Harry
llersey, his dilier, was escoitcd to Hie
Judges' stand for tho weighing In, and
when cvcijtlilng was piouoiiiiccd in
accctdanro with turf tegulatlnus, nn
ollici cheeilng cleiiioiiMintlou I mile
plaie. M, W. Savflgo, tho owner of Iho
grrat llyjir, was called In Iho JudgoV
claml .and when Inttodiiccd to the
In handsome suits, priced from.
$8.50 up to $22,50
Our object in nclvcrtisiffj is to keep driving home the
fact tli.it there is nothing in the clotliing.hiisincss vc arc
not iirqiateel.to meet. Now, take for instance, the stth
j'ect of "extra sizes" for men who are sloiit or lean, loo
short or too tall for regular clothing sizes. It is a bigger
subject than you may imagine, or at least vc make a
deeper study of it than the average retailer. VK EViNT
CO TO THE EXTENT OF SENDING OUR UUYER.
TO THE WHOLESALE MARKET FORE XTRA
SlZliS.ALOXE. The result is that we can at all times
fit those men who want n. special waist measurement or a
special arm length or sliorlnesi. This, mind you, is
ONLY ONE of the thouvitiil things we look after in
order to live up to our reputation as "Dispensers of Suit
MEN'S NEW FALL CLOTHES
The CiLOlll'VS display of new FALL St'ITS is tin-ipie.-tionabii
the greatest in extent, variety and merit
that this- house has ever shown in all the years it has
been in business. Even if jott don't caroMo buy, you arc
welcome to come and look.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
to Hotel Street S: K" 2
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