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EVENING nULI-ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., THimSDAY, APnil. 29. 1909
SW ' '
BU8DIE8S BIEEGTOEY .
rcKSnli , i
rr . Tiva. ttt ut a wj-ta v vr. n u i
w Hra L3 frikxyin
Japanese innlo nnd fcnialo help sup
Illicit irnniilly for nny worlc. 112S
Union St ; l'liono G7D. '42:iD-lm
T Cl. .. -n n .. . YfAit Q.Q ra , .
lir. OCIIlHiU.WIlI. A4WUU U'KJ U. HI.)
1 V. 4-G p. m. 22 1 Urania Square.
For Walunao, Wnlalu.i, HnhUK.il and
Wny Stations-:) is a m . '3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, r.wn Mill mid Way
Stations T7:3U .1. n., " IS a. m.,
11:05 n. m., 2:J5 p. in.. 'P.20 p. in..
6:15 p. m.. $9:80 p. in., 111:00 p. m.
For Waalawa 3:15 i. m. and
5:16 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Wulalua and Walaunu S:3C a. m.,
..5:31 p. m.
Arrho In Honolulu from Ewa, Mill
und I'enrl City t7:4(! a. m., 'SiJH
a. m., '10MS n. in., l,:4n p. m 4:31
p m., 5:31 p m., '7:30 p. in.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahtawo
8:3C a. m. and S 21 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
J Siimlay Only.
The Ilnlolwa Limited, n two-Lour
train (only flrst-ciars tickets boo
orcd), leaves Honolulu evi.ry 3iini!ai
nt 8:22 a m.; retiming, arrives In
Honolulu nt M:in ,,, m. The Limited
stops only at Poirl City nnd Wnl.inas.
a. V. DKN1SON. V. O. SMITH.
Alwavs on Hr nil. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo lea! Go,,
King Street Mhrl-et. Tel. 26t
YOUNC TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT01I serve you.
COR. HOTEL ond'NOUANO.
manufactured from purs distilled wa
ter. Oilivered to any part of city by
0AI1U ICE AND liLECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
ami olSces at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
w. o. DArtNHAivr,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. PftHUps & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN CRY GOODS
FORT and Cl'EXX 8T8.
Baiulioo Furniture Hade to Older.
Picture Framinc a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA SI.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. 'Boiler work
end R1VITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca.
pacity. Oalv, Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon enpacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and scats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Plurabing.Estimatcs,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST
, SMWH-. I n SMk.1 t MallklllWl JMl
i & id (331X1 w ay
i AND Onittll PIANOS.'
fhAVM PIANO CO
f 1M HOTEL HTREKT.
Bulletin Business Office1 Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Pbone 1S5
Woven Wiro Matt: esses repaired at
tlio rjctory Honolulu Wire lied
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauabl.
All owners of Jowclry which was
left wltli-lliu luto THOMAS LIND
SAY" for icpnlrs, are notllleil thai nil
such nrtUlca hnrc been deposited at
Iho sturo of M. It. Countur, Fort
Street, "for delivery, mid collection of
ennrges. Any or sucn articles re
maining uiulcllvcicd nnd unpaid fur
on June 1st, 1U09, will he sold.
MAUGAUKT I'. SMITH.
Temp. Ailinx. Ust. Thoniaa .I.lndsnr.
Tho world's greatest thinkers near
ly nil dlsngrco with tho Church. You
should know their beliefs. Thrco
brief essays 'onn on Jesus, ono on
tho Oilglp of tho Gospels, and one
on Chrlbtlnnlty will give you tho
nbt results of modern scholarship nnd
Inspiration, l'rlco 12c. Send dlmo
Mini fifnnin (n
I Tin: school of truth,
428-,-lf Lafiiietle, Iml.
.1. .1. llyrnc, for eight years em
ployed by the Metropolitan Meat
Company, Limited, ns Its collector,
hns established it collection ngoncy
nt Room 1 1 Cnmpbelt block, Mor-
fchnnt Buret, Honolulu. Itofercnco:
C. .1. Waller. 4 292-lm
mifm W)irifciwi r mm mmm mat
. Legal Notices.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
Mist Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
I At Chambers; In Probate. In
tho Matter of tho Ustato of Nellie
Uhltu llrlnel.iirhoff, Deceased. Order
li .Miiiuuiii uc.iriug i-euiiou lor ito
; b.itn of Will. A document purporting
to ho the last will nnd testament of
Nelllo White lliluckorhoir, deceased,
having on the 7th day of April, A.
O. 1309, been presented to said Pro
bata Court, and u pntitlon for proba'o
thereof, pinylng for tho issuanco ,it
icttartt tcitnmeiitnry to Waller It.
Ilrlnckorhoff, Zndoc S. While nnd Ju
lia W. Cnstlo having been filed by
Walter It. llrlnrkcrhofT, It Is ordered
that Monday, tho 10th day of May
A. 1). 1909, nt 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day, nt tho court room of sail
iimrt nt Honolulu, Territory of lib
wnll, be and the samn U hereby ap
pointed tho tlmo nnd place for prov
ing said will and hearing said appli
cation. It is further ordered that no
tice thereof ho Rlcn, by publication
onco a week for three successive
weeks In tho Evening llulletln news
paper, tho last publication to ho not
leiH thnn ten days previous to tho
tlmo thcioln appointed for hearing.
D.itcd ut Honolulu, T. II.. April 7,
v (Pig.) w. j. nonixsoN,
Thlid Jitilgo of tho Circuit Court
of the Flrrt Circuit.
(Slg.) M T SIMONTON, Clerk
Klnnoy, Mrx, P.-nster & Anderbon,
AtiouuH for Petitioner.
4280 Apr if, 13, 22, 29.
BNNV & 10, Ltd.,
AOENTS FOR THE
12GG Fort St.
YOU CANNOT FIND A MORE DE-
LIOHTFUL PLACE ON THIS
St. Clair Bidgood, Manager,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York! NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Dra,ws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310,
j!-" F.oitowiu. Tit
CCPYr.!filtT.1008.BY HAHPtrtS BSOTHriU
There Ii no qunstliin vt cutting oS.
t tiae no lnrltance turning. I don't
want any. 1 tlon't want niiytblug esi
Ifpt yciti, denr."
"Won't you tell mel" t-he pernhted.
iiii kit, I :mi dull nt thewj lhlnj:8."
"Well, what If they doV" he con
filed. "Veil iiuiie than make it up to
me. You outweigh n thnusitml fain
Hies." "And would your mariitgc to n n
to me destroy jour army career?"
"Well, It will ically he much easier
for both of us If I resign from the
hcnlco," he finally iidmlUcd. "In fact,
I've decided to do so at once.'1
"No, no! You mustn't do that. To
night you think I inn worth thti price,
but n day will come"
He leaned forwrird nnd caught her
liundJ In his.
"JtcAde. I can't kt jou do It."
"I'll like to Bee you help yourself,"
he until hnnterltigly.
"I cnu ntid I will. You must not
marry mo, Meade. It's not right; it
can't be." Hhe suddenly ri-tillzcil whit
till j renunciation would mean and be
gan to shlu-r.
"it will be over before you know It,"
she heard hlui saying In u luuio tit
teupt nt levity, "l'athcr Itanium Ij ,
mi expert, nnd the operntlon won't oc-
cupy lilm ten ililnuteu.
At that motneiit they heard the
voices of the trader nnd his siprtw
outside, npproiichlng the hoii'p. The
girl's breath caught In her throat. She
llungr herself reeklessly upon her lov
er's In-east and threw bur arms nroiind
Ida ue k lit nn ugoiiy of farewell.
"Meade. Meade, my wili'.ler," t.'n
nobbed, "kUs I'.io goidby for tho last
"No." he said rutighly.
"Now jou mutt go." yhc K.tl.l. tear
ing herself nway, "nnd fi r my sake
don't kco no ngaln."
"I will! I will! I v.111 nil: your fn
ih'H' far you tenl'iht."
"No. r.o! Don't. pleae don't! Walt
llll llll lomemiw -i!'l I cay the wonl!
ITiti'il'ic- me! P'i . err l-ivo, prn:.ilse!"
Iter e.-rs lit d i-n 'i a painful en
treaty tint li n.sMiil ri;nlPM"OM v ns
tho floor ope'ittl I'rd her father mid
srAfi: taki: a iia.nk is tu ciahe.
Till: old iii-iii greeted tho lieuten
ant nlTablj', but us Ids glance
fell ou hit daughter he stopped
Klmk still ou the tliresheld.
"I told you never to wear that dress
ngilli." be said hi a drj'. Ii'irsli voice.
The girl made mi answer, for her
heart was breaking, but turned nnd
went Into her room. Iturrell had nn
Irresistible dcslrn to tell Halo that ho
wanted his daughter for his wife. It
would be mi unwonted plensuru to
stnnio tins iron gray tun limn mm too iJoars , t, ,,,,., ,, h mpm
shawled nnd shambling inuminy of,nry- ,.,,,ry ,,,, ,.u. ,,,.,, Vl,r,
mi. trim iiic- uii .... i-j.-n i.. ..-
WI1JH ruilllliutil mill m inn vjktiL-.iii-
cherries, but ho bad given Necl.t Ids
prouib.0. So he descended to the ex
change of ordinary tuples qi.d Inmilred
for the nows of the creek,
"Neela's ground Is getting better ev
ery hour," the trader siild. "Yesterday
they found a sixty dollar pan."
"Have J'ou struck pay on yours?"
"No; Poleon nlid I scem to hold bad
hands. Homo of his laymen are quit
ting work. They've cross cut In half
n dozen places Hi.d cun't find n color."
Gale weut to Neela's door nnd called
her, but when she appeared he wus un
prepared for the tragic faco with which
she greettd lilm.
"Daughter," ho said, "don't feel bad
over whltt 1 wild. 1 didn't mean to bo
erojH with jou, but I don't like that
"Were you cross with me, daddy?"
Rim sild dully. "I didn't hear. What
did you say?"
Ho looked at her In nmar.cmciit. "No
elu, llttlu girl, what Is the trouble?"
She was staring past lilm, nud her
fingers were fumbling helplessly with
i the lace of her gown, but .be began to
show signs of collapse.
"I sent him away I-gavo lilm up.
when he wanted me wanted me Oh,
daddy, ho Wants to marry uic- and I
Bent lilm away!"
"IIo asked jou to marry lilm In-lulu
splto of who you nro mid what I
"Yes; he Is ready to give up Ids am
bition. Ids nnnj his future, bis family,
everything, for me to sncrlllee It nil,
nud so, of course, 1 couldn't let lilm."
Klie spoke dimply, ns If her father
would surely understand and approve
her m lion, while in her voice was a
note of Inot liable resignation. "You
we, I neter understood what my blood
would mean to lilm until tonight. I've
been selfish and thoughtless, I guess, I
Just wanted lilm, and wanted lilm to
take uic, hut now that he Is mine I
loe him more than I thought. IIo U
no denr to mo that I can't drag lilm
down I can't I can't!" Him went to
the open diKir nud stood loaning
ngiilust the easing, facing the cool out
er darkness, her face hidden from
them, her form sagging wcarllj-, ns If
I the strngglo had hupped her whole
Alluna crept to the trader hnd look
ed up at hli'i eager!-, whispering:
"Till l will vn'i In a llltlo w!ille,.Iohii
She HTyoUiig. SfioVtrtfgo back to the
mission tomorrow. She will soon for
get." "I'orgetl Do you think she can for
get" "Any woman call forget. Only men
"It Is the nil blood In you-l)lug
You know ) ou He."
"It Is to save jour life," she said.
"I know, Ltit It's no uue." To Nccll
he said. "You needn't worr), tilth
daughter." Hut her ears were deaf
"You needn't give lilm up, 1 sny. This
will end nil right."
Seeing that she gate no sign of heed
ing, he stepped closet- and JWimg her
shout till she fated him.
"Can't you trust mo thli one time?
(Toil always have Lrfrre, Nccl.i. I f.-v
Iho'll marry jou. nnl It will wiine w
She mlwl htr Iwiiclwi je r.id
I stmt p gamely to meet him. then, fall
lug, broke nway nnd turned bin k to
the door. "I knew yon couldn't under
'stand. I 1-() Cod. I love him so!"
With n cry' like that of n wounded ani
mal she fled out Into the night, where
she could give vent to her anguish un
seen, for she bad neter wept before
her father, but always crept away ami
jlilil herself uiltll her grief was spent
Gale would bate htnrtcd after her, but
Allunn drugged lit irt back llereely
"No, no! It means j-our life, John.
Let the secret die, and she will for
get. She Is so young. Time will cure
her. Time t-utxu everything. Don't
tell htr, don't tell any one, und, nbote
all, don't tell that soldier. He would
not believe, nor would she. l.ten I
"Yes, John. And, If I don't belli'tc,
what Is a stranger to say? No nun
Knowing you would believe- the tale
without pnvf. Suppose she doubted
Have you ever.thought of that V Would
you not rather hivo her die rtlll bit
ing j'ou than live- nnd disbelieve V"
"Yes, yes! Of course I I've thought
of that, Imt Winiinn, you're worse
thin :t nittlesnake!"
"Kven If be knew, he might not
marry her. You ut Ien3t lire clean,
and that other man was it dctll. A
bmc man's life It too great n price to
pay for a grief that will die hi n year."
Alluna was speaking kWlftlj' hi her
owu hr.igunge, her liody tetice, her
face ublare, nnd no nuiti seeing her
could ever ngaln havo called her peo
"You think time will cure u love like
that?" he siild.
"That's all you know nlitt It. Time
mny net that way perhaps In cities nnd
mi-ii place, but mt In the hills It It
different. When jmi'vogot the breath
of I lie. forest In you, I say It Is differ
ent. Time! V.'hj-, I've lived fifteen
p,,,ry ,),. -n, vril tl thnuigli. In ev
cry eatupilri' I i-ee a .ur, and every
wind from the .oulh brings a tolec
to me. Hvery stormy iilht n girl with
ej-es like Necla'a calls to me. nnd I
have to follow. Kvery patch of inoon
light shown her smiling ut me. Just
beyond, JuU In tho slndow's edge.
Love! Time! Whj Alluna. lovo Is
the only tiling In the world that never
dies, nnd time only makes It the more
', Ho look up the white slouch hut ho
bud thrown down when lie tamo In
nnd stepped to the door.
I "Where nro you going?" inquired tho
"To the barnuks to give i.iysclf up'"
i Kbe Hung herself at him, wli It a great
cry, mid seized him about Iti wul.'t
j "You never loved inc. John, but I
hide been n good woman to j.ti, nl
though l knew jou were always think
ing of her nnd had no thought of me
i I hate loved this girl becau-e jou
'loved her. I hate hated your ciuniles
bociuso you hated tbeui, and now I
remember, while you forget."
"Porget! What do jou mean'"
1 The man paused. "1 did almost for
get lilm and nfter fifteen years!"
"Let us kilt lilm tonight; then wo
will go to tho soldier together, Ido by
'side. I nm j-our woman. Neila will
look after tho little ones.
dale stnred nt her, and us he gazed
the red pigment underneath her sktu,
the straight hanging, uiauellUe hair,
the gaudy shawl she never went with
out, the shapeless, skin shod feet, I lie
slovenly, III fitting garb of a miscast
woman vanished, ami he caw her as
she was on n day long past, n slim,
shy, silent creature, with grout, watch
ful, trusting ej-es and n soul uiisKlled.
No woman had ever been so lojnl, so
uncomplaining. IIo had robbed her of
her people ned her gods. IIo hud
shlftid hither nnd yon at the cull of
his iiuccitnlu fortune cr at n sign of i
that lurking fear I but always dogged I
lilm, and she hud never left his side, I
never questioned, neter doubted, but
nlwnj'N served htm like n slute, with
out asking for n part In that other
love, n I. limit sharing hi the i-ureses
he hid reinroPralrii to n woman bhe
licit never seen.
(To Be Continued)
the Bulletin office,
care's on sale at
Cured by Lydin E. Pink
Milwaukee. Wis. "I.vdla V.. Pink.
liam's egetahle Compound has made
ff.t V ffHi'i'iTW.'l mt' !l ",1" "oinan,
'''jK'feltj U,H' ' "Olllll llkl! tO
W 11-11 II1CH (lOlt'IIIIU
J of It I suffered
and fearful palnslu
my li.iLk I had the
nest doctors ami
they all decided
that I hid a tumor
1 In addttlmi to my
female triuilile, nnd
aiiMscil :iu oH-rn
Hon. I, villa I!
l'liiitham's Ygctablf Compound made,
nie a well w.iii .in and I have no moro
backache. I l.ii 1 .in help others by
telling them what I.ydla K. l'lukham's
Veeet.ihln (.' impouiid has done for
me"- Mlts liMAlSlsr., KiarirstSU,
The ubovo Is only ono of the thou
sandt of grateful letters which are
constantly being received by tho
I'lukham Medicine Company of Lynn,
I.jdl.t il. l'lukham's Vegetable Com
pound, iiudo from root!i and herbs,
sctually doe's euro those obstinate dis
eases of women after all other means
Iiuth failed, ami that every such suf
rring woman owes It to herself to at
least givtijijillii K l'lukham's Vegeta
ble Compound a trial before submit
ting to an operation, or giving up
hopo of refinery.
Airs, IMiikliuin, of Lynn, Mnss.,
Invites all hick woman to wrlto
lier fur uiHIrc. Klin litis gulileil
tliiUKiinils to health niitl her
nilvieo Is free.
Any man who has made n
comfortable fortune will tell
ou, if you ask him, that the
GETTING THERE gave him
far more pleasure than the
There's a fascination about
watching savings grow, and
returns from investments
Start saving now, with ont
of our small home banks to
help you. Wc pay 4 1-2 per
cent, on savings deposits.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus 1,000,000.
Clias. R. Frazier
I fOUR ADVERTISERS
jl fhone 371. 122 King St.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNIOH SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A OAY UP
q A new down town hotel. Sleel and
btlclustructiite. Furnished it s cost ol
$150,000. Eierj comfort and conienl
ence. On car lines transferrins lo all
parts of cilj, Omnibus rneeta ail tralna
Now recognised as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
ijCTa r lift
BEGINS MAY 1,
Vm Ills (i tot utintturtl
Irriuiiunt cr ulcertiloDt
c( mueuiii rumtraaiw.
rltilM, ftnd not utlio,
sdi cr IhI(.iQOMI.
Mill h DriiRiUU. '.
ClrcuUl BLUt va moutt.
'ht) Cullstln q1c.
cards on sals al
IrtSJTff OckBU4 M
iSifl rmi awbutut.
B7THit J Cmu;c i Co
V6i emc.iiUTi,o t!U4
3ia. u.i.a. jOBr
Advertisements Under this He.iJIng
Ono Cent Per Word Cach Day. No Ad
vert. umenti Inserted for Leu Than
A lew rn-liiniois nearby for puro
milk from n small herd of healthy,
well-led tows. Apply 1S3 Col
lejto St -1202-tf
Everybody to mako money by plant
ing cocoaiuits. Inquire for plant.
Ilox 102 I. lime, Knual. 4 2 DO -If
1 looms "K.
cottage near town;
" this otneo.
Alpine ragn nt the tlnlletln tr.
ROOM AND BOARD
Young latlv ihvlis bond and room
wlih private fuully: itato terms;
location. King Si pipfcried. Ad
di ess "-M ," IUI1. Ha offlee,
Our large new stock
is now ready for you.
Wc ore fully prepared
to meet any and nil
demands for handsome
and artistic wall pa
per. Come in and sec it
in our special down
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
Brown & Lyon' Co.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
CALL AND HEAR IT
BERGSTR0JI MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Boston Building Fort Street
Wing Wo Tai & Co
941 NUUANU ST
FRESH TRUITS and
VEGETABLES just in.
J. M. LEVY & CO,
King St. near Bethel.
C Q YEE HOP & CO Wo rcnl nous;8 and may locate
SHIPPERS and FAMILY Toliiux
butchers .7-; ; ' ;
We havo eight or ion prospectlvo buy-
TrTrptrnuTT ost cr " ollr 'I8'" at present;
j.r.i,Ltiiuri 3i perhaps you havo lust tho
placo that would suit ono of.
"" them. Como nnd bco us.
OT3yiV3"f ItEAI. I5STATB KXCHANOi:. U'ft
AtXJ.Ti."Cr A v. OKAU, Mannscr.
DRY CLEANING A SPECIALTY. '
Only the finest work turned
out. Let us do jours.
258 Bcretanin. J. Abadic, Prop.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavn Hotel, Liliha Street,
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day, No Ad
vertisements Inserted lor Le;t Than
Heading Standard Moturcjcle, two
cj Under, C-ll I , pin"tlcally now;
In fine running condition, speed ft
to CO miles. Ilargnln. Inqulio
Room 1, Waltj Uuil'Ilng.
A line (IKIIMAN VIOLIN, Slradlvar-
lous pattern, bus been used many
jenra. l'or particular nddiess K.
KA1II-, (Jcrtiiiui School unci Church.
20.000 CucounuU Jiut nrrlved on
schooner Concord, Iiom Panning
Island. -Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
Ilox C27. . -!2Sri-l
Newly furnished mams t lose In; olec
trlc light nnd running wntcr In
cncli loom. No. 73 So lleretanht
Neatly furnished, tuosqulto-proof
room, with boaid. Tel. 1333; Nos.
719-GO, Ueietnnlii St, 4272-lt
Furnished suite of rooms, with
board; hot nnd cold water. 104'J
llercliiulu Ae. 42S&-IC
Well-furnished housekeeping iimuis,
fine view. Apply 700 Quarry St.,
cor, Alapal. 4 293-lt
Pour furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing room. 10."0 llei-
etuiiln Ate. 42S."-tC
Two furnished rooms. 1071 A I.lke-
lllio St., near Campbell Lane.
furnished rooms. Apply Mis.
McConncll. 1223 P.mnm St.
furnished cottnge. Inuulro Cottngo
drove. Phono 10S7. 4290-tf
Wo have over 100 IoIb for sale In all
parts of tho city. Improved nnd
unlinprntcd. business sites,
roshlenco sites and farming
sites, for prices running from
$50 to S30.U00; some for cash
sales, some for Installment
sales and somo for exchange.
Wo h.io over (10 homes for sale, locat
ed In every residence section
of tho city, mid suburbs; nil
comfortable, sinne elcg.tut, on
vni Inns terms; bohic for spot
cush, tomo on installment pay
ments, snmo for exchange, and
some for part cash and part
mortgago nn easy terms.
Wo can nrrango to build houses on tho
installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by icsponslblo
Wo hnto a. number of good exchange,
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