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CVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WliUMCODAY, JUNE 7, 1911.
mm IN MIXED DOUBLES
START THIS AFTERNOON
& $ J VJJ
Roth and Mrs. Ivcrs and Noyvcll and Mrs. Graham Won Out
Yesterday Women Put Up Great Tennis During the
Matches Should Be Fine Today.
nml although Kllfiht rnlu n.iiiills ranie
nlone nccanlonnlly tlioj did Not stop
llio piny In tho loaf-t.
The long ralllrx In llio second inntcll
were nrll uppluiiildl, nml limi Niiucll
KfncU a lighter hull tn his woman op
ponent there inluht lmc been u tilt
f Cl (lit iikIIiik to (ho in.ikh.
Oilier men pliijliiff on the rniirtii illit
not tniike ii.i imlfl rellirim when they
with iiIiijIiir HBiiliiKt tho women, hut
It innilc'iio illlTercnca to Nowell he
Klniiiniiil In Jut iih huril when the hull
wiik roIiib lo MIkh Kelly'H hIiIii of tho
eouit iih he ilhl to Anilcrpon.
The llnnl rnunil In Hie piny this nfl
eriiiMni plinuht he a kooI one, nml from
the pl.iy kii fur It luol(H iih If Holh and
Mr Imth uoiilil have In play every
mnincnt to win out.
BOY SCOOTS OF
Roth and Mrs. Ivera beat Al
Cattle and Mrs. Sutton, 6-4, 6-2. ;
Nowell and Mri. Graham beat i
David Anderson and Miss Kolly,
6-1, 6-3. s
PLAY TODAY. s-
Potli and Mrs. tvers mcot No- ;
well and MiV Graham on Bore- s
tanfa courts in final round of v
championship at 4 1 30.
i j' 'i' "f i' 'v "5 ! y "i" "S S' !'
Two nlrnliilit nelH In each cimo wan
ruouch for Iloth anil Mm. Iern ami
Nowell ami MrH. Urnlmin to win out
In I he Heml-lluul round of the chain
diiifll mixed ilnuhtcn on tho Jlcro-
tnnliiy courtx ctenlny iiftcrnoon.
The nenrettt court tn tho cltihlioiiKC
wiih iiKeil by Ttoth-IverH ami Casllo
Hutlon in their inntch, oh they wern
tho rirat mien out for play, mul tho
freontl court wuh taken by tho other
Hiillolph uniplreil for tliu llrt match
nml Jock 0.ttnu for thn hocouiI one,
mid theiu could ho no crllleUni of tho
way Ihey each prcttlitcil oer the KaiueH
In tho llrxt match ('initio won tho lima
mill look- tho iiiuknl tihlu of the net,
.-Mrn.. lcrn nervine for tho" firm gnino
ami wlunliiK out to 30. On MrH. But
ton' nervo In Ilia nccoml hIiu won to
ileucc, anil then the other team took
the llilnl ciimii to 30. Tho fourth (,'aino
went to CiiKtlc-Hutton to itvuce, the
-filth mul hIxIIi both roIhk tn rtotli
lerx tn 30, and then Cnxtto-Huttontook
Hie r'.'Mnlli to 30 nml tho clRhth to 15.
This mti.1v tho ncoro of kiiiiich four
all, ami tho mxt two were taken by
ltoth-lerx. tliu llrt on Mm. Iver
ere tn love, holm; the only loo unino
111 thn two hcIk, uml the heconil to 30
on Mrs. Hullon'H nerve.
In the ttcioml bet t'liHtle-Siltlon won
llio Hi'cond mul third Kumea only, both
to 30, and tho other team took tho II rut
uml then tho fourth, llflh, sUlli, nev
culli mid eighth In order tho flrt-t,
third mid eighth lo dnuce; the IHIIi mid
ulxtli to 30, nml tho Fcvenlli to 1G.
Bntli women In tills match na well
as the men did Homo linn plnylntr, .Mis
lvera' bnck-hand atrnkea on tho relurni
being especially good, while the con
ulttijit guine, ami ut times a hrllll.int
one, 'wiih put up by Mrs. Siilton
Cu1o wan atroiiR on ppced aid Hoth
on plncliiK of tliu HlrokeH, ami at nil
thucH (lie ttyo inen played to each other
In HtronT; Hi in lie.
CoiiimeucInK after the llrst was near
ly half through, the other match of the
nfteiuoon wnH stronger In miiiio wayK
(linn Iie llrHt, there'hi'ng ninny long
rallies by the pl.iriA on tho second
Tie llrst pet w( an cany onn for No
well mul Mrs. nrnliuiu. thrr opiiopentH
tu(lug hut one gupio thn llflh, to 30
out of llio net, uhlcl) emliil (!).
MIkh Kelly bail tho llrst Hcrvp nnd
lot.! lie r gmnq to deuce, mul N'owdl
(Jriiluiin look thn tlnpo nuceelllngKiimcH
to 30, Into ami 30 After luting tio
lirth tlioy look thn Hlxth o IS nml Ilia
uuvehlh to deuce, winning tho net.
Aril r courts wile changed the losers
of the lrrt net xcciucd to put up u
HtrnKcrsgutnu, nnd tjielr atrpkes wiro
f.'iiw oil Clraliuiu took tho llrst giimo
of thn net to demo oil No)vcll'i) nerve,
niul lent Mm Hccoud in .':n, Tio third,
fourth mul llfth were taken by thoin
In ilence, flcuco uml 3Q; lh.il tho sixth
wept to their opponcuU to 30 Tliu
nncnlh wiih wuu by thein to deuce, und
thn ilghtli lost tp 30.,
Willi thp scoro C-'J, Nowpll hud tlio
next nervo und won tliu giimo to love,
clinching tliu net upd nmti.li by thla
Ily RiiincH thq cU W'crq won:
Holh-lvvrn I 1223 4 M 5 li
CiiKllo.Kultoii 01 12223 M 4
ltoti.vcr 1 11234 SQ
t'unlle-Huttoii , 012 2 2 2 2 2
Xowell-ilriilmm 1 2 3 4 4 fi H
s: t: it :: t: : :: ti n :s n n it t: :t n :i
M BPOnT CALENDAR.
!! Tuesday, June 6. tt
11 fJcinl-rinnls In (.'linmplun Mixed It
It Doubles Tournament lleret.t- IS
tt nla Courts. ::
IS Saturday, Juno 10. It
St President's Cup play Country St
St Club J.IiiUh.
it I'lflccn Itintnil On nt Orphcmn tt
tt Ilitwpcn Patity MeKnini nnd St
tt KlilvtleorKo of Han Kmnclscd. tt
tt Sunday, June II. S3
St Ilabdiall, Allicltlc Park P. A. C tl
tt vs. Hawaii; .1. A C. vs. Slam tt
tt Sugar League At Wnlpnliu. SS
St Homo Team vs. Alea; nt Uvvn, tt
SS Homo Team vn. Wnlnnne. t
it Opening OmIiii Junior Leagiio SS
MAUI POLO MEN
Rice Manatjcr and Frank
Baldwin Captain for
n Valley Isle.
Tho llrst meeting of the season of
Casa Del Roy Courts at Santa
Cruz Scene of Matches
The twenty-fourth annual tourmi-
Tho inaiiiifnctuin of the now badges
for llio Hoy Scouts of America lias
been dclnjcd becauno llio Interna
Hotial I'c.ico Society wished lo submit
n design for a badge Tlio.ro has been
u suggestion that llio tiefolt badge of
tho Stouts Is suggestive of war, but
Clcncrul Sir Hubert Itadcn-PowQl),
founder of tho Hoy Scouts of (Jreat
Ilrltlati In n letter to James K, Wt-sf,"
Kxccutlvo Secretary of llio Hoy Remits
of America, comornlng llio trcfoi,
says: "It would bo trill) mi Ingenious
hoy wliii rould illsrovnr u warllko
inemilng In It. Such a meaning never
entered my bead In designing It. As!
Is well known tlto origin of the tre
foil, Illy or slimuroclc, as a badgu Is!
nr,.f l.ill v l,lnnll..il tl.Ull ll.ll r,r II. n
!'.... ...,( ,.i.,,i,v.(,i ,,iv. linn ui iiiu
cross, tho llcur-dc-lys or Illy being
used as tho sign of purity. Tills tre
foil budf;o of the hrouts Is now used,
with slight local variations in Utmost
every chllbcd countiy as a maik of
our hrotherhood for good citlzeii'ihip
and rrlciiillliH'KH. 1 think It would bo
n, gieat pity fur tho Amcrcl.iu Scouts
tn ch.ingo from tho badgu which IiT
now no universally recognlcd as that
of nijr brntlicrhood Onu of our nlnis
Is not uiercty preaching the othlcs of
pcaco to grown-up 'sinners' Init (o ed
ucate the rlsltiR generation In practic
ing cood-feellng nnd sympathy to
wards each oilier without legard to
raco or .cieed. This vvn uro doing by
lutercliaugo of potbonal coriesfion
denco between the boys mul could do
mnro with a little iniiro llnmiiial help.
Ilegnrding tho ohjectiuti lo thn fact,
that ii '(icncral' Is colinecled with
tho Hoy Scout movement. I bvliove
Unit It in an ndvautnge rather than
otherwise, becaiibo one who has seen
Eomctliliif; of Ihn hnrioru and brutal
ity of war must naturally be uioro In
earnest" about peacemaking "u" "IC
man who merely tbeorizeii upon It."
Seoul Scliiii Ylills,
Km nest Thompson Seton, Chief
Scout of tlio liny Scouts of America,
wlio recently returned fiom n visit lo
thn Hoy Scouts or Unglaml, lias hlarl
ed on a tour of (ho United Stairs lo
visit tho diffori'iit organisations of
tho Hoy Scouts of America. Ho will
lectuiu li illlfercnt cilius on tliu stout
movement, and will iimko u carpful
Inspnctlon of ho Hoy Scout troops,
lln will talk with tho lioys, uml get
tliclf Idcus uhout tho various nctlvl
tlcs. Among llio vailous cities In Mt,
BoIoii'h Itinerary iiiu Pilailolphla,
Pittsburg, Pa.; Coluinlius, Ohio; St.
Paul, Minn ; and St. Ixiuia, Mo,
ft IS tt
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Atlilctlth ut Kuiiiclmincliii uro nil over
fur tho present school year, as tho
jenr'H vorH Is over nnd will pot start
nguln until early In September.
With tho ihamploiiKhlp tournament
hi teiinlh llnlicd In u few ilays, thciq
will bo nothing In tliu ipgul.ir tennis
line In Honolulu lor honiu thuo.
'fhe regular monthly meeting of the
Onlm League will lit held tnmurinw
eveph(j i 7:30 n C'illnpwprtli's of-
Amlernon-Kell)' 0000 1 1 l.iUe.
Aiidernon-ICelly 0111122331 Ilnlchva Is tnlilne a lot of Intcrrst
There was a gnod-slzed crowd of In gulf nnd tennis, uml mine good play
spectators present to wutch tliu gaiucs.cis urn la form theiu light now.
the Makawno Polo Club was held on '"cut for the pacific Coast ehnmploii
Thumlay evening nt the residence, of lil" will he held at 'osa Del Hey,
1) (,'. Uiulsay nt I'nla. piim Ihn Maul Hniitn Cru, Cat. iroiu June 19 to 24.
News of Juno 3. (mid them wll be six events In the
After llm rniulhif? nt the tuiMiitnu r regular series
tt First Seiles: Aal.i vs. Palam.l tt lho nBl lm,rtnBl ul0 fnllowlng olllcers1 Men's nlncleH, women's hIiikIck, wo
tt Jr.; 0. A. U. vs. Asalil. it ttrll, reeted for tho coining jear: J.'iuen' doubles. Junior singles, Junior
It Monoplane) I'HkIiIs Jlnswin nt llvon Teinpik, president. IS A. Peek, doTibles und mixed doubles urn the
tt I-cilehu.'i nnd Walker nt Illlo. K, v to-irfllnl; I ( Mndvay. scire. 'nvenlK on the regular card of the tour
tt Hasobnll Wnlalua vs. Wat.ilro tt liry lxn, treasurer; rrmik nalilwhinauient, uml the winners of tho men'H
tt nt Walalcc, tt captain. slngleH nnd vvniuen's Hingleti will be
tt PieslileiiPs Cup Play Countiy tt t wan unaiilnmiiHlj decided to neiid culled upon to pla the present rlinin
11 Club Units. It (rlini ngaln tills yeur to Honolulu, lo Idoni of the Paclllc Coast M II I,ong
tt Monday, June 12. It represent Mnnl In the Inl.rlrlnnd nnd Miss May (1 Huttnn The other
tt Klfleen Mllo Hnco Athletic tt games, and It. W nice was appointed events have no challenge mitebcs
tt Park, King and llnbenetlc. SS manager nnd requested to correspond' Kr thn Junior events only those nii
tt Motor Cjclo Itlicca Kaplolanl tt with the clubs of the other Islands to der nineteen venrs of age who linvn
tt Park. IS arrangn for drlalls hi conuecllun with never won mi open championship event
It Thursday, June 22. tt the series of mutch games The euro am eligible.
11 Coronation Day Cricket Match, it of tlio ponies was ngaln placed In the! Thn special events In the toiirnnmeut
tt Alexander Ilcld tt iihln hands of our genial vet. "I'llz" fo live In nunibcrmen's open ilou
Ilrxn ItnjJ tj n niJtt tSH JS ttlt St SS'Th doctor, In addition lo being a very bles; men's consolation singles (liandl-
nble veterinarian, Is a very keen sport, cap), open to nny plavcr ilcfcnttd In
nnd Iboioiighly tindcri tniids the art of ( tho regulnr men's singles before the
conditioning ponies. It may conlldent- seinl-llmils; women's special singles,
Iv be expectnl that Hie Maul chargers open to players who havo not laid a
will tuko tho Held In tho best of shape. ' Paclllc States singles championship;
As there Is nil nbiinil.iiico of new men's handicap open doubles; mid Ju-
llrst-class material tills year, It was nlnr fonsolutlnn singles, open to any
deemed Inadvisable nt this curly dale Junior defeated before tho seml-llnuls
lo do mi) thing In llio wiiv of dellnltcly Thero will bo llrst, second mid i.eml
seleellng tho team on whom thn ro-j "nal prices In the regular singles, inrn's
Qnnnrclilinnc Pliu Pnrl In iiponslbilltj will rest of htluglng thn nnd Junior consolation, ami spei l.-i 1 in-
tl M '" cup luck to Maul this, .ar. gles for women In all other .. vents
mummy uj muiij -pi,,, (eclloii of I'Tank Ilahlwili iih imro win oe nrsi mul sciomi prizes
il'aiUS. mptitln was "by uc( Imuatlon," nil hands A li.inilsoniu thallengo cup for the
recognizing the nbb'lgcrcralshlp which. mens singles huh been pieseuled lo
Personally, t am not Ju Ihe bnblt of hns done so niiKiittnvvards promoting the association by John Martin, to bo
using lllcl.s to win races. Theio urn olllclency In representative teams of known as the "Casa Del ltey Trophy."
loan) Instances, however, of where tricks past seasons During tho ensuing This cup must he won three times for
have been used, says Jlelfln V. Slicp- pructlso games Captain Baldwin will permanent possession,
pnrd In June Columbian Certain nth- havo ample time to pollrh the old and l.'ntry fees uro one dollar for tho
klcs go In every exlreino lo win. I.lkn HeU the raw miilerliil Into shape, with blmies events, ami for tlio doubles two
luill nlavert. niaiif havo llio superstl- the result that, at Mo.inalun next An-, dollars for each teuin.
tou Hint It Is "hard loci-." A friend,' gust. Maul should ho uhlo to allow her Conditions.
a newijaper nimi, who has stiullcil ath- full toulldeme to repose In n team I The loiiriianient Is open to all mna-
letcs closely, recently gave ine a list which will be the nearest tiling pos-iteor players
of pMiillar trliks that Im bad 'Jolted ulhlo to a pirfnt iiip-llftlng machine.
down as they came to bis notice at
the ilHTirent miets. I also have noted
these old customs, but they uro best
told by tho reporter. To wit:
"Atllleles sluiiss develop a tut of Ino-
oilcs nbout little tricks Hint may help
tt tt tt
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Piny will begin In thn men's singles
ut ' a in. Monday, June I'.i, mul In Ihe
women's special slngb'H at 10 a in. on
Ihe same day. The Junior evints will
begin Thursday morning, June 22 (lib
er events will begin on the murnlmr of
the card which 1)1. k Sullivan J going ,,, 0 A ri.Klll,ir iuielln of the
tn nut mi .limi' 17 for n time tit no. With . . . ......... , .
them to will About us odd a system .7. " ... .7. ... ..... ..".. ,..-.. ...... n,'xl ,M " '"" "'" " lT"- '"f"
llOtiu ill ine ineiioi huh iuii'iiua mi,.
Tim light fans havo seen nothing llkn
as any was that of u college hioud
Jumper whose ii.nho Ih on the list of
Intel colli gluto champions. This map
was not a sinolier. so that mi occa
sional pu IT of ti cigaiello inado him uer-
of liiRltiitlon, he was sccustoined to
light n clparettn a moment or to be
fore he went on the Ilcld for Ills Jump
"He contended that a man had to he
tieorge lu Ihe event of tho evening, p.,j,.rH not ii iirlng promt lly when
nothing b.ttr .ould well bo asked ior. ,lcr ,lutcllcH llr ciecued will bodo-
T I faulted.
There are two teams entered for thni , .. . ...atches will bo best
, . nlcr to , , " T s Mr1'""0'' """"k'" '" ",0 c"a,""lon8"1" ',- t-vo l three bets, .xcept nml matches
in urucr 10 iiiiiiii-o mis iliiiir . , ,. ,.,,. ,. f,,,,,. ,r ,, i,i . ... .
"" ' ....- - - -iur mens ana junior evenis, vvnicii win
brought Into linn this, tournament will )(, inrfe 011t or nvei
be plujrd off. As for the Indies' sin- Wright & DlUon championship balls
glej, there seems to he nothing doing, wm jlt) use(j
The rules of the United States Na-
There Is tnlk of sending n baseball , , ,.... ,r....i a-,...i,.ii.. ...hi
. .ii i i , ll"iiii jti n 1 1 ( itiiio inauviniii'ii iiiii
on edge Iq bo either u good sprinter or ,,., tll ,,l0 l..IB, frn,n Honotulii niadn' ..xcrI1 ,i10 .,..
u goo.l Juniiier. and Hint evnn If his ,,,, rllrely of Chlnesn players born ln:rnlrlcs
feOlngs of slight agltntlo,. were lii.jB Trrry. ,u l, .onshlered that. A, ;,., , .,, j.me
diced by smoking. It was iiotw-llh- itlls .,,, BrH1, promotion Mu.it; ,r, , ,. llm,u ,0 j c Itohlfs, 808
standing, a good thing. lln said, lu ,- ,,, t.i.,,.,1, I, . V...,
fuel, llmt hn rareiy could get nny .sort, ., " '" .'. "'" TT' .. '."1 T '
of glng.ry feeling beftiro tho rompotl- Tllo .... I,ra(,,,(1 r 0nhu nolo men , .... u
Ilou If ho didn't gel iself vv.ul.ed up u ,, Saturday afternoon at Mn-1 "
prllliclally that way 'm.ali.n. YesUnhy lliero wern nluoj i;'t.es' for men's and women's lu
Another man, who was a inoro or ., fr wmk and somo good prac, ,, j,)H ,. f ,, f(r
less suciessful iunrter-liiller, both as ,.. ..,.. ,.,, Rlr" l" " """ ,7,, . '" ' " ,.
a tolleglm. mul club athlete, nerved!1"" "" '""' """;ir '' J"" ; ,6 P- ' Not'co
himself up for Ihe Mart of bis races ....... .. . . f"r '"" '""'?" " '"M"" '" "" '""7
, , ,,..,,, President i ' Moore of thn Pa mi-1 events will he gven on (he grounds
h) swearing pro usely ut dn.self I p',,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,, ,, exposition on',,y lho ,,ml.teo.
nl ,. J r 1 ... 7 X Y "' "'" wlrra W' '" """, th". To,., nmnent Co.nmltte.sJ. C Itohlfs,
w Z r,.. Z , rr . 1. ; '" Olyii'l'l"" """ "' "" - tha.rnian. Jas A Code, II M Otis. W.
would lako his m id, off tie raco that , , ,, ., , ,, ... .i i.. ,, ,. ,, ,, .. , ,, u
wns iibuiit to start lIsco at tho time of tho great fair. '( Known H n Marvin Dr. Suui-
' 'tVleormiis mm sent east to .IlllneS ... h l.,.r,., , till. In. n fprpn
I'clegrmiis wire sent east to James mr tirly olllil.il nferen
Hiilllvau lu New York uml President Incentive Coininltleo Paelllo Slates
Hverttt Ilrown of tho Amateur Athletic Ijiwii Tennis Association Dr. Sunnier
Union In Chicago usklng tliem t iisn Hardy, president; H. M HIiisiiIhiiirIi,
their Inlliionui lu placing tho ti ittcrj vice-president; J c Itohlfs, sectelnry;
heforo tho Oljmplan gams committee, 'p. Hunilry, usalstaut secretary; H.
which meets ut Hudaiiest, Hungary. lit, Maiviu, tnasurir; Jab. A. Code, A:
..,.;, s. , a i, t $ A, J, i v v i' Way
liceusto.mil lo hoi
Conpeiiucnlly, the men who were on
the ...arks noxt lo him on each shin
wern -likely lo hear somn linlf-niiittcrcd
curses npd priifiino vvopls that they
might think ucm iiiiiaut for them. In
fact, this athlete hud to explain on
mole tl.un one occasion after u raco
that ho wasn't saying. uuylhlUK ..bout
mi) ope, but Just lo hlms.lf
".. I LnrV lfl,, III.. Mm. I .trim Im..,!. ...... .1......... ....I.. In. I .1.... .,.,. i. I ,.u lin
. .. ... .....I. ,.,.. ,i,i.,, ,,,,.. ,,,,,,, I, l llllKvl'l lllllll.'l, lli'tttinit,,. (,n '" ,. . , ,. , .
truo eounmn who adopts tbeso devices strodo ulong. ami immediately uflcr ,""""' B"l,,l? l" ""' ,'u"IIIM;"l
for hei.rleuUig himself up nrtllliially. thin was ohserv.d by several new men uriArv uin tnunmnM
ding ' I IUU inu MHVIOI nunu
... . , , Special rates on Callfoi nla trains and
d hs ndcx mul sic- , , ,, , . . ,, , , ,
, , , . at fiisii del Hey w III bo imillahlo for
FOR PRC1IM EVENT
It has been miimuuceil foiu light
However, thero Imvn bes-n men whoso at thn game, they all began hoi
nerve was iiinii(stloned who rosurted their lingers lu slnillur fushloii us they
lo devices to work off what they culled run.
booiloos find tn stlinulato themselves "Thero was nimUier mnn, ft distance heailipiarttrs that Jim lloni. of Ilono
urtlllelnlly for their competitions. 'runner,-who stiulneil his left leg. As ii mul Arnisliong of Schollehl will
"Such, for lustanie, wus one grent u result, bo favored It slightly during bo Ihe two lighten. In the prillnilnary
high Juniper who used deliberately to tho pci hid io ran while so hanillcnppcd, round or lliq light curd which D(clt
priKtlso liefom the rouipt tltloii actually Thero bpinng up a host of llmpers who Sulllvi.u Is putting on June 17, und
beg. n, by kniii king tho bar off nil sorts thought that wus tho way to uttuln.wllh thn regular event lutnttn Mo
ot minor heights lo bad mi Idea that prominence lu distance . ini.iliisr. Kenna mul (lisirgn Ibis will furnish mi
by doing this beforehand ho gol It all, "Then, again a llrltlsh runner who evening of scriipplng hard lo hint
out of his system, so lo spcuk, nml cuino over bete about ten years ago Mtennu Is training nt Port Shutter
ho entered Ills competition with tho bad a fashion of working Ids anus llkn nnd each afternoon Is taking on u
ussuied felling that lie wnsn't going n sprinter, although hn run long ills-'number of aspirants for fight honors
to slip up on any poor performances, tnneiw. Almost Immediately nfter Ills there. wbln rieoige I" working out nt
"Tlip blind rellnnco of tlio novice, on first public appearance, n gieat crowd the Purl; Theater,
externals ns tho causes for good per- of young athletes adopted that method. The two hojs have been In training
fornianceH V tho rrackcrjucks oeca- They wsie surprised In llnd that It mii of li time ir mouths, nml hHr
slonall lias souio odd leipiemcs TherollUn't ipnUo tin in inn us fast uh tho two we. ks her, will pot tluai In line
wus a quulter-mllo I unuer who wus Ihltlsher," shapu for the go u week from Suluiila)
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The French Laundry
777 KINO GTHCCT J. ADADIC, Proprietor PHONE 1131
Ancnt for the famous f. THOMAS PAniQIAN DYEING WORKS, SAN
Stone Wall Work
Complete, equipment for rapid and thorough oxeutlon of all
plantation construction work.
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Contractor JtT. 1U.. MTJliU, 28D0
If It's Paint
Ann YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOM BHAEP
AEI IEEN EVERYWHERE
On June 1 our delivery leavei town
al 10tS0 a, m. dailyi also call for
laundry. PHONE 1862.
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PINECTAR SALES CO., Ltd.
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