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THE GAR PHN .ISLAND TUESDAY, May 21, 1912.
Office and pocket diaries of
all sizes bound in cloth or
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and Real Estate
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The Lonesome Man of Huc
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Garments cleaned and pressed
Latest prevailing fashions.
The favorite S. S. SIERRA. 10.
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu June 8.
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $110.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
HUDSON "33" Roadster
When I used to fish at Huckle
berry Lake there were about a
dozen men who made their living
in that part of the woods, and
George Sawyer he was more
than a man, for he had two hun
dred and ten pounds of bone and
muscle, and that was "half-horse,"
they used to say. He stood up
six feet and two inches tall in his
stockings and had to turn sideways
to get through the door at Pope's
Inn. When we set off on a ten-
mile row for the fishing water he
never varied that mighty sweep of
the oars which kept his boat plow
ing to (ts goal, save when he would
drop them for a jiffy and lean for
ward and pick up a dipper and fill
it at the boat-side and literally
pour its contents into the hot
cavern beneath his mustache.
Then he cleared his throat, swept
his forearm across h i s mouth,
seized the oars and on we went
with the same powerful, unvaried
stroke. He had little to say to
me, even after adventures or when
the crackle of our fire in some
beautiful, shaddy cove at midday
and the arrival of flapjacks and
maplesyrup should have opened
his heart and mouth in conversa
tion, To him i t was business.
The beauty of wood and lake and
stream was a part of his shop and
he was no more inclined to boast
of it than one would be to praise
the familiar pictures on his wall.
"There's been a lot of deer
around this spring," I said, - one
day, as I was filling my pot with
"Ye know a deer has four feet,"
said George quietly, an' every
time he steps he puts 'em all on
That was all he said and it was
"Once I ketched a panther in a
trap," he was telling me one day
in a burst of confidence. "Tried
to take him out alive an' the cuss
"Did it hurt ye?" I asked.
"No, it hurt him," said George
There were three stratas in the
man's character which were clear
ly discernible. On the surface
lay a stratum of silence, and be-
neath' it was one of humor that
cropped out, here and there, and
under all was a deep layer of com
One day we were swimming to
gether and I had gone down wilW
a cramp in my side when I felt his
great arm around me and present
ly he stood me on my feet in shal
low water. That, too, was busi
ness, and he never had anything
to say about it. There were floods
in the history of George Sawyer
floods that were swept by winds of
joy and they washed away the
stratum of silence and uncovered
that of his humor, in the midst of
which one oaw relics of a dark and
distinct age even fossil remains
of the primitive man.
I remember a night when I was
sound asleep in Pope's Inn some
thing happened for half a minute
I didn't know what it was. It
seemed likely that the house had
fallen and that one of its beams
had struck my head. I could hear
people moving in other rooms and
the beating of my o w n heart.
Suddenly a wild yell rent the si
1 e n c e from earth to mid
heaven. It took the air in front
of my windows and went over
Bear Mountain like a rocket and
ran through the far woods like a
herd of bellowing bulls. It burst
in prodigious volume and rose
high and fell in a sort of vocal
parabola. It suggested the fury
of wild beasts. In a moment there
was a rap at my door. I opened
it and in came Pope, half-dressed,
with a lighted candle. He looked
"George Swazer is (down there
raisin' cain,'' he said, "if any
body can make him behave, you
can. The other guides don't dare
go near him. He'd fight 'em if
they did, an' he's a terror. Can
"Won't he listen to you?" I
asked as I was dressing.
"He don't like m e 'cause I
won't let him drink here," says
Pope. "I never go nigh him
when he's full. He's been over to
Chase's inlet an' got a load, I
Srm.u. Pent tours f.r citlirr Touring car, Tor-
KU"Ip.mi:nt ih-cIu, fir ItundMcr.
Foil AViiit ir Klirtric lijdittd side and tail lamps i 1 1 i
Ax K.vnsA Mnraja- lntli'rj.
C'liMuii: Is jsiiiick al 'surlier..
Madi: Spmlmm'li.'i's. Front wluvl equipped with
near fur Win lit r Auto-ineler. Speedometer
furnished at pi ice according to style and
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S.ime rhnHnW as used forthe.Mn.K-A-Minitr
Uoadster. Contrary to most
automobile- of this type, this is a
cotnfnrtalile car. The weight is so
ditril.nlcd that rough roads can lie
ivclid with safety at a good speed
: ml without discomfort to the passen
ger. lnide controll. Car is Kqtiip-
I lij ItoM'Ii magneto and storage bat-
t'T, :U x 4-ineli tires on Ieinount
abfe Rims with extra rim and tiro
irons, Igggage carrier. Thirty gallon
L'asoline and ten gallon oil tank capa
city. Same lamps and other equip
ment as on larger cars.
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Turpedii, four pas-enger.
' Roadster, two passenger.
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i'n st-O-l.itc tank (gas generator ftir-ni.-bed
hi-tccl of 1'ivst-O-Lite tank if
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Touring Car IS gallons.
Torpedo 1" gallons.
"I'm!" ItutuMvr !0 gallons gasoline, 10 gallons
Mn.i:-.-Mi.NTTn Roads-thh, panic as Roadster.
Touring Car 275" lbs.
Morpedo 2737 "
Hoadster 2027 "
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Frank E. Howes, Manager
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To be Continued.
Good grammar is another essen
tial to a successful-social career.
For formal calls fifteen to twenty
minutes if of sufficient length.
For a dinner a white tablecloth
and white napkins are alway used.
Doing little acts of courtesy and
kindness are all education, help
ing to develop the character.
While certain titles of rank or
profession are engraved on men's
visiting cards, all honorary titles,
judiciary, political or military, are
omitted. I n introducing, how
ever, such titles are retained.
The address and date should al
ways be written at the beginning
or end of a letter or note.
On the visiting card it is prefer
able to use the full baptismal name
or names instead of the initials.
The correct visiting card is al
ways white, the texture should be
fine and the card moderately heavy
In small towns where no special
day for receiving is observed, for
mal calls may be made any after
noon, except Sunday, between the
hours of three and six.
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Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
Everything in Tin;
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Rich Cut Glass and
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Agents For Kauai, In The
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