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Pacific Third Degree.
rtoe Croix 7:30 p, m.
j Lei Aloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting members of tbe
order are cordltllylavlted to it
tnd meeting ot Ileal lodges.
Harmony lodge, no. t, i. o. o. r.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
h I. O. 0 K. Hall, Fort itrwL
K. It HENDRY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON', N 0.
All visiting bro'tacrs very cordially
MYtTIC LODGE, No. t, K. erf P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
t'30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, K'tis
street. Vhlllng brothera cordially In.
vltecf to attend.
a. s. webbkr, r. c.
I'. WALDtlON, K 11. 3.
OAHU LODQI, No. 1, K. of P.
j HHti vry Friday evening at
K. r. Hall, Kins street, at 7:30. Hem
bers of Mystic Lode, No. i Wn.' Mo
Klnley I-ortse. No. S, and Tiiltlni
trmners t-orttiaiiy invited,
n OOSL1NO, C C.
A S KENWAY, K. n 8.
HONOLULU LODOE 111, . . O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No 16, n P O. E,
III meet In their hall on King notr
ort street every Friday evening.
By order of the K It.
1 HARRY II. SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, L'.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. t, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:W o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Kins
street Visiting brothers cordially In
sist to attend
l,. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meet! on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKS
DAY evening at each month at 7:30
clock In K. of P. Hall, King etreL
Visiting Eaglei are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited tr
E V. TODD. Sachem
A. E. MURPHY, f ill II
OA'MIEN COUNCIL No. W3, Y. M. I.
, Meets every second and fourth Wed
aeeday of each month at San Amonio
Hall. Visiting brothcra cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Prcs.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Den't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
hut have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair-
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
V QUEEN ST. TEI- MAIN 17.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W, ZEIGLEIJ Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter, Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
, r for
' Home-Made Bread
The Kind You Like.
1 No Other Competes.
PHONE MAIN 107.
K.injjand Bethel Ss.
That Is what people
want today. ELAS
TIC CARBON PAINT
is fire proof, weather
proof, acid proof. We
Riiamntcc that it
will last on a roof at
least five years.
177 S. KINO ST.
From Our Prlands
In Ro reign Lnnda
speak louder than let
ters about the charac
ter and customs of the
country. We have 20
new pictures in beauti
ful colors which your
friends arc waiting to
put in their souvenir
" Everything Photographic "
a good lunch with a BIG
glass of beer. You can
have it for 25 cts at
Cor. Bethel and Hotel Sts.
Blank books of n.'l torts, ledgers
r te , manufactured by the Bulletin Putv
Tullvliiis, titer), nntiir. Slk)ris. SthU
Pest cup of coffco In the rlty. New
Oihu lnlgc. No 1, K of V, will
I meet tonight nt 7 .10 o'clock In K of
I P. llnll, Klne street
A Circuit Court notice In the mai
ler of the estate of Marie Ilosn ile
Jesus Sllvnl appears In this irsile.
Bonn) & Co. have a fen second-hand
machines In good condition for sale,
I2fif Port St Phone Main 4M.
Coil nr Iron roofs with "Arabic."
Ton will dc surprised ni its coolinR anil
lirpKcratlo properties. California
Teed Co. .nccnts.
Walklkl inn It no owned by W.
nntl attendance absolutely first class
Klnrt bathing on lh beach.
N Pernandez, nimrj public, t)ic
rllcr, etc., has rcmOed hla ofllce to
No S44 Kaahiinianu street, opposite
the ofllce of Thco. II. Davles k Co,
Punier Intues Krlel of the Manna Imi
rcKirts the follow Iiir susnr on linml .
Ilonokun, 2600, Kiikulhnclc, 2700: I
I'nnuhnu, 11,500; IMaullo, I ".00; Kuknl
nt', 300; ruimltin, ngOO
In the mutter of the estate of Mnrlt
Ilosa dc Jesus, Juilsc l.lnilsu) toda)
Mltnlttcil the Tilll to jirotintc and np
iIn(ed Mnntiel Prelum Sllvn iidtulnlK
tratcir. Hero In this climate It Is iicceimar
to iKmscsi the very bent rrfrlcornlcn
t'oopic iinderKtniHl tlily, anil the ultn
of the l,eoimrd Clrnnnhlo nro Inercns
liiK each mouth II. Ilnckteld Co, Mil
Vou will want decormltiK material
for jour nuto Kelirnir) 2.. I) i:
plndii, John Knit Itoul, Walklkl, tan
make jmpcr ftoucrM In an) - limit It
Kterlxid ran learn to slim or ila)
the piano tin d organ If llic will take
the time to ial,nit .Mrs, HixIki.oii at her
studio, 27f, lleretniil i sttiet, ne.ir Ccn
trill Union clmrcli. For full pailli-
tiinrH cc ml this Issue.
P. I Wnldron'H .MitniKcst von was
irstcrdns run out Iij n Japanese hw HI
Himon nt Pawa.i Junction. Ills thigh
mik broken The reckless and tmsklll
lul ilrhhiK of tlie .Iaianee wns the
chiiic of the accident.
The htixkholckrH of the Nnhlkii Huh
lur Co hold lliclr annual meitliiK to.
dai. elcdlni; the follow I iik otlherH: I)
C l.lmlsai. Maul, iiresldent! v.
Hall. Oahu. lcc president, Krcil T. V.
Wiiterhoiihe. Oahu. treasurer: T. .M.
Church, .Maul, sccrrtnrs : Dr. E i'.
Wnterhoiisc. Oahu. director: C II. I.nf.
Mn and V. I). Iucll. both of Maul.
I'lretlors; I). II Murdock, auditor. Tht
Bles .Muni the mnlorlt) In Ilia illnc-
(unite. It. II. AndcrHon. tho luuniicer.
tejtortcil n total of 3S.331 trees now
Krowhm. of which 129,800 are Cearn,
fcOSfi Hcmmi mid 150 Custlllou.
(Continued from Page 1)
eer.il occ melons mid nine, when
jouiiir Mth. Thau railed on tho attor
ney, she was nnlckl) sitlrlted nlmj.
Howard N'esblt, brother of Thaw's
wife, will not iit nimli of a Hcuro 1m
tho trial as n witness except for rebut
tal. Ho knona nothing about the
shooting of White. He exhibits tho
utmost disgust clall.i toward his sister
in the court room.
Thaw went Into a wild race when In
formed that his sister, tho Countess ot
Yarmouth. Intended to return to Eng
land at once. He discredited an such
blorj that his sitter would deHcrt him
In this critical hour of trial. Tho Count
iss has stgnlllcd her Intention to re
main near her biother until the cat-o Is
l)i U ans, In charge of the State lioa
pltnl at .Mori Is l'l.ilns. N. J . has been
called to the trial and attends dull in
tho cuput.li of thief ullctiUt fot the
Thaw Intel ests.
.Miss Jlue McKenzle, the bobom
Irlend of MrH'liJirfcFiK. Thaw, Is sub
nocnaeil dull b) a count) detective
and commanded to appear In tho Dis
trict Attorneys ofllce ns a witness foi
tho Stale. Later on, when she takes
the Btaud, most sensational develop
ments are exacted In relation to tho
life of Stunford White.
The revolver with v.hlchffhaw killed
Whlto Is to phi) nn Important jmrt In
tho trial before the end Is reached. It
Is nt present within reuch of tho Dis
trict Attorne), and nt tho proper stage
oi proceedings, will bo exhibited. In as
much ;ih tho revolver In question was
not Thaw's proper!) (his cmji rovol
cr, which ho usually curried, belnn
left at Ionic on tho night of tho shoot
Ins), the prosecution Is going to bring
In an accomplice If possible. '
At the opening of tho trial consider
able excitement was occasioned li the
clash of JIJU reporters anil as many po
me omcers only about SO newbpuper
men succeeded In getting Into tho court
Woekly Bulletin SI n.r yr.
used with Soiodont Liquid makes an
Ideal dentifrice, surpassing anything
of the kind ever offered la the public.
Ask your dentist.
C.(has always been one of our chief
aims. Lowerinir the nrice by lower-1
(tif the nnalitv. and inbititutimr. is '
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
And the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN HATS, FEATHER LEIS,
TArAS. FANS, DEEP SEA C0BAL.
We Make a Specialty of the
Hawaiian Souvenir Goods.
Fine Engraving Promptly Done.
H0ME RULERS NOW CLAIM
((Continued from page 1) (In closing, 1 wish to, say that Mr.
ttc pcoplo would know that It wim ttonzabiirn Ouiwn Instead of Mr. Shi
a Itepublltun part) measure. f.zuwa should bo credited with nil thci
1 Ml tor .1. M I'oepoo of tho Homo honors of bringing tho matter to a
Itula Kuokon U constantly kecidngU.itisfnc.tory settlement."
In lou'eh with Hcprcscntntlvo-cleet
Mnhoo of Wulaliiii. Tlioy are draft-j MERCHANTS RALLY
Ing nil tho Home Itulo bills that will
bo presented to tho legislature, sub-1 (Continued from Page 1)
JcH, ot course, to tho approval of till l" "tithorlro tho sending of the ca
oxccittUo meeting which will be hold M' whlch cnrrlcd. Mtlncrny held
shortly nftnr the arrlvnl of the Islund "lat tho cables should bo sent to tho
members. ' Delegate, nnd this was decided to bo
One of the hills that tho Home Ho
lers nro strenuously opposed to Is tho
primary law "Wo will buck like u
steer and expect to sco It defeated,"
said I'oepoo "Thero Is nothing In
the election law authorizing tho con
vention to selert men for Legislature
or Count) olllces 1 have read the pri
mary law us drafted h) tho llepubll-
.can legal lights and while. I liavo
' fftrciinl mi uilnliin ttt I tin unlilni t I
uiiiiiis imj if'iuitrti wis iiiv nuujici
would not nt tho present time tare
to express It one way or the other."
SAYS 0ZAWA KILLED
(Continued from Pago 1.)
ii) In repaid to the voyngo of tho
tramp steamers and ticket agent
which hud been discussed by tho lo
cal lintel keepers. Uecla sulci: "When
I reud tho Blur today I found Shloza-
wn's statement which said thut It
was he who put n stop to this fraud
ulent nit of encouraging Immigrants
to tho mainland. Home time ago
when 1 Lulled at tho Shlnpo Shu, hu
(Hhiozawa) said that ho would do all
ho tpnlil to get tno support of tho
Intel keepers M) newspaper It
lomewliat different from thut small
liowspuper tho Jl)ti Shlmbuii, which
docs business on a small scale. Per
bonull) I am not disturbed over thlJ
'natter, but torn to boo tho hotel
keepers mixed up, Tho conversation
that I hud with hlni was rather
pleasant The iitep taken h) tho ho
tel keepers In opposition to tills piop-
osltlon was mil brought about by tin)
publication of tho llnwnil Shlnpo,
but rather h) tho unanimous opinion
of the hotel keepcis voting against It,
In rcgnid to tho cablegram relative
In the S S Ohio, I know nothing
nliout Its particulars. As )ou know
cr) well, slnfco my connection with
tho Honolulu hotels I hnvo puddled
ni) own canoe. It vvna not jestcrdny,
hut home time previously that I went
In San l'lanchico, whern am engag
ed In business I am not tho kind of
a ipin to deceive nnd dofratid others
Plrtre the consultation by the hotel
Jeeparn In connection with the Ohio
my attention was called to the ad
lco of Mr Ozawa Tho S S Ohio,
ivhllo returning from Manila with
coldlcrs aboard on her two trlpd,
called at this port. Whutover state
ment Mr. Shlozuwa may liavo heard
from Mr Hngn has very llttlo boar
Ing on tho proposition. Tho story of
his having boon Instrumental In tr)
lug to credit himself with putting a
$top to the going of Japanese Iniiul-
THAT IS WHAT YOU
in your library. And we
have it for you. Make your
liabrary twice as good as it
is now by calling at W. C.
lyon Co , and examining
their beautiful editions of
Goethe and Schiller. We
have on hand the finest edi
tions published in English.
You know what that means.
Cash or installments.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel Street opposite Union.
Th hliklu BfrflllAM l U ViiaJM
Bulletin gives a complete eummary of
the news nf the day.
1064 Fort St.
Hotel Baths Bowling
Saturday Eve, Feb. 9
grants on tho Ohio to tho mainland
Ik like a worm comparatively small.
J tno proper course
Mncfarlano suggested sending u ca
hie to the San Krnnclsco Chamber of
Commerce, asking It to Instruct the
California delegation to help the
measure along. It was decided to
Lend cables not mil) to tho San Fran
cisco Chamber, hut to those of Port
land and Seuttlo as well, us follows:
"Hawaii Refunding bill now be-
toio Congress. Urgo )our delegation
Tho Chulr presented a cablegram
from tho Delegate urging thut lor
tuln Congressmen bo invited to visit
Hawaii. It hud been suggested to
bold a Joltlt meeting or tho Associa
tion nnd the Chamber of Comtucrro
to ask tho Cover nor to extend such
It was planned to rnlso the amount
necessary to pa) for transportation
and have'lt given out by the Govern
ment. Mclnerny said ha was opposed to
tho plan of having tho merchants
putting up for this. They woro be
ing cinched for ever) nosslblo thing,
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan unci Singing. Pleasant und easy
method ensuring thorough und rap
id progress, with perfect touch,
time, fingering and expression. Stit'
Uo. 276 Ilerotunla St., between Ab
nkea and Central Union Church
(sco sign). Interviews from 10 to
12 und 3 to 6, Saturday afternoons
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef.
fects chjncterlie the line.
You'll fall to get the Eastern style
.. i,wiJ,t.wi wMuuBiny) iroTo mis ex
You .ire Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction In price
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741, P, O, Box 98r
t wm. wtmmMMw h&&aHH a i-1
unci It was really up to tho public to
The Chnlr remarked that the stnnd
taken by the Ilullctln. seemed tho
correct one, namely: that the pns
ftngc money should be prolded by ap
propriation by the Legislature
Mclnerny thought that the chances
of securing such nn appropriation
nere nil. Mncfarlnne thought other-
wise, but said the question wns whe
I her the merchants would be nhlo to
ctand In the breach In case the ap
propriation should not be passed.
Phillips said the House would not
pass such n moasuro. Mclnerny was
euro that nt any rate tho Governor
would veto It. Phillips nnd Wnldron
said the (lovcrnor had better sco that
(money wns applied to the Hoard of
Health, where a great cut In estl
rhiUc's had' been rnndo.
Mclnerny brought up tho matter
of the need of a public administra
tor. Late years had shown that It
was not safe to leaves estates In tho
hands of such pcoplo lis hM adminis
tered estates lately. Thlslnattfef Wa
noted down for future reference.
In reference to the Invitation oV
Kcproscntntlvcs matter It was 'decid
ed to talk the matter over nt a jolnl
meeting with tho Chamber of Com
merce Tho flovcrnor wrote asking that
tho members of the Merchants' Asso
ciation grant lenvn of nbucnte to such
of their cmplo)ccs who belonged to
Ihc National Guard during tho Wn
hlawu encampment. It wits decided
to recommend to tho members thut
bin h nctlon be taken.
The matter of tho reception of tho
I.os Angeles Chamber of Commerce
vIsltorH was taken up next. Tho
Chair had appointed Phillips nnd
Wnldron to attend to this for tho As
sociation, and they had together wltb
it similar committee of tho Chamber
of Commerce, drafted a tentative pro
gram, tho main features of which
were given In tho Ilullctln )cstordny.
Mncfarlnne suggested that some
compensation ought to bo given tho
secrctitr), ns there wiik ii great deal
of clerical work to bo done In con
nection with It. Purls said tho cusa
would bo met by ullowing tho sccre-
lury to employ a stenographer to do
tho qlericnl work. This vvus carried.
Tho Standard Oil Co matter was
mentioned. Mclnerny suggested thut
anjone who hud nn) thing to say
should be allowed to sa) It at a pub
lic hearing. Wnldron suggested tak
ing the matter up nt a spcclnl meet
ing, which course was decided on.
Tho following stnndlng committed
Public Affairs W. W. Harris, K.
W. MncfiiTtifife and K. II. Paris.
Publicity nnd Promotion - K. I..
Wnldron, M. Phillips unci It. Catton.
Trade and Finance K. A. Mclner
ny, B. II, Paris and V. T. Lucas.
Paris said that Wnldron bad sug
gested tr)lng to get quarters from
tho Commercial Club. This woull
mnko It easier to secure n good at
tendance at meetings. Tho Idea met
with gonornl favor.
Those present at tho meeting were,
besides the Chair. K. II. Paris. W. T.
Lucas, V. L. Wnldron, M. Phillips, F.
W. Macfarlane, K. A. Mclnerny and
BOW WONG PARADES
The How Wong Soclcti Is the onlv
Chinese society retried so far that 1
milking mi) prelum Ions for a parade
on Chinese New Year The) will pa
rade tlvo hundred sluing. Numerous
floats will be carried next Tuesduy
emblematic of the Ideals of the Asso
ciation. The parade will start from the hall
of the United Chinese Society at I
o'clock on Tuesday morning. Dr. U
will bo In chnrge as marshal.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE CIIICUIT COUIIT OF THH
THIltD JUDICIAL CIIICUIT, TKIt-
KITOItY OF HAWAII. AT CHAM
BKH8. N PHOIIATE.
IN TIII3 MATTUIt OF THE ESTATB
OF MAII1A IIOSA do JESUU
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco Is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary havo beou Issued to the
undersigned, Manuel Froltas Bllvu, ua
Executor under the Will and of the
Estute of MAUIA IIOSA de JESUS
(SILVA). late of Honolulu, Island
und County of Oahu, Territory of Ha
All ci editors ot the Estnto are here
l-y notified to present their claims
against said Estate, duly authenticat
ed, unci with tho propor vouchers, If
any exist, oven though the sail
clulms bo seiured by mortgage upon
ical estute, to the undersigned, nt Ills
tcsldcnco, Lanlwul Street, Honplulu,
or to his attorneys, Holmes & Stun
ley, ut their offices, Kaahumanu
Btreet, Honolulu aforesaid, within
six months from the dato hereof
(which Is tho date of, the first publi
cation of this notlco), otherwise,
6uch claims, If any, will be forever
And all persons Indebted to said
Estate are hereby notified to maku
Immediate payment to the under
signed us such Executor or to his said
Dated Honolulu, February 8, 1907
MANUEL FHE1TAS SILVA,
Executor under the Will of tho Es-
Into of Maria Ttoso do Jesus, do-
ceased -. i
3611 Feb. 8, 15, 22. Mar. 1, 8, 15.
Krldaj, Kcbruar) 9.
HhI Hii Hlella del Marc, InlRlnno,
! ffn'. '""'""'J ""i."' "i" I' m' ,..
., nnd Mnul pg,, 5:30 , ,.
Thursda), February 7
Slmr llclcnc. Nelson, for Ahuklnl,
5:1,1 ji m.
Stmr. Noenu, Pedcrson, for Malm
kona, Honolulu and Kukulhnelc, G: 10
Stmr. Mlknhnla, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 0:15 p m.
('.-A. S. S M low era, Hemming, for
Victoria htiTl Yntirouv'dr, iO.'lD pi ni.
A.'-H. S. S Calif frnlan, Bwoctilcr, foi
Kahulnl, S:r p m.
Krldaj, February 9.
M. N. Co. 8 S. nntcirprlso.'YflUhgrcn.
for Hllo nnd San Francisco, 10:40 a. m.
u I , I , I
Stmr. Clnudlne, Parker, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, S p. in.
Schr. Hon Ho), for PiiuIcm
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo
nnd wn) ports, a. m.
It PASSENdERS R
K Arrived X
Per stmr. Miiuiia Lou", from Hawaii
and Mu'til ports': Front Khur II. Akl.
J. K. Hogers From Kona: Itcv. I).
Alawa, Mrs J. Aim, Master W. Ahu.
llcv. L Pier. Mrs I Pier. Mrs. C. A.
Alston, It. S. Johnstone, Chits Akau
From Mnul: Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, F
lions, C. II. Wells, II. Mlrkelson, John
Jones, C. JI. Invested, B. Waggoner
and .18 deck passengers.
X PA88ENQERS K
1 Booked K
i-cr stmr. uinuuinc or Mnul and Ha
waii txirts, Feb. 8, 5 p. tit. Dr. Pottle.
C. II. Brown, Mrs. Pfotcnhatter. Master
i:. Ccx)k, Mrs. 11. K. Cook. M. D Cook.
W. I). Uiwell, C. B. Wells. Ilattln Hush,
Miss M. Andradc, Miss Laurence. Mr
and Mj-s C. (Jay. Miss Hustlncr, Mtsi
Ytikl, J. It. Dow die.
The Matson Navigation Co steam
ship enterprise, Capt. Youngrcn, sailed
this morning for Sun Francisco via
Hllo She took H00 tons of reflncf
sugar from tho Honolulu plantation
and will finish her cargo with ruw
sugnr which shn will pick up nt Hllo
Sho will also take a lurgo number of
bunches of bananas from the Hawaii
The llltonlati, of tho bumc line. Is due
to sail from San Francisco on Febru
ary 13, bringing down Cupt. Matson,
the nwnci of the line. He will bo
welcomed hero by his many old frlendi
who have not seen hint for the past
WATERSPOUTS ARE SEEN
According to tho old timers on the
waterfront thero were two watcrsjiouu
plain! vlslblo ubout five miles off the
harbor channel this morning at abom
10:30 Thero was a black cquall In
that direction and It Is stated thut thu
rorms of two waterspouts could be
seen very plalnl).
CLAUDINE SAILS TODAY
Tho Claudlne sails this afternoon lor
Hawaii jKirts, taking a full cargo and
many tusseugers. The principal ship
ments on bourd tire feitillzer and a
lurgo quantity of Iron tdDe for Pnime.
te, and a big shipment of gunnies for
mo various plantations ou Hawaii.
BEAUTIES TO LEND CHARM
(Continued from Pan l.v
dearth of fresh flowers the Floral rnn,.
uilttee has decided that automobile
utay be decorated In any way othei
than advertisement dlsphoa In the
coming parade. Some of the most
charming effects are produced by rib
Uoim and bunting so that no prefcrenco
In tho uwardlng of prises will be niacin
to thoso decorating with flowers.
Tho blotlo feature ot the parade
promises to add considerably to tho
luterest of this year's formation. The
prizes for bicycles will be boveral lu
number und, ua they will bo cush
prizes, tho fortunute ones should bo
largely, reimbursed for tho expouse put
on the muchlnci.
Ucorgo P. Dunison huH !i,n n,iH,,t
to the committee und will have charge
of the baseSall grounds. Undei lit j
direction the Held will be laid out to
afford the greatest conveiilrnen ana
spectacular effect when the procession
tomes to rest for the Judging and
uwardlng of prizes
WB BULL"1" "" --T -g
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars Is the
Why? Because It Is the finest typo
of a elgar. It Is a make of exceptional
merit: of most pleasing aroma and
devoid of rankness.
Try the DOCTOR and yau will get
a cigar of high quality for Sc.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
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