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Tim GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOV. 26, 1912.
DGNT STIRICE OUT
or "foozle" in the game of life. Come to
and see their Christmas Display. You will have
no trouble to select something suitable.
New Goods coming in continuously.
WITH THAT PRESENT
Nevermind the paft or the future, buy that Xmas
Gift now. If you are undecided
WHAT TO GET
Give us a call and let us help you.
We will be open every Saturday Evening next
Which Was Happiest?
It was the morning before
Thanksgiving and Fanner Mathews
was haypy. His fall work was
finished; the potatoes were piled
up high in the bins; the attic was
filled with barrels of red and green
apples, nuts and bags of pop-corn;
bag after bag of wheat lav piled
up in the barn where t,hc hay was
stacked high for the horses. There
were oats, too, in the bins, and
from one window he could see, in
a meadow beyond this well-filli d
barn, the corn and other grains
that had not in-en brought in.
Walking to another w indow and
looking out, all of the sunshine
faded out of his eyes and his face
became cloudy and dark. Away
across the meadow was a little
house, where lived a mother,
father and four children who were
not exueceing to have any Thanks
giving, because thev were too
poor. They had no nice warm
clothes nor anything to eat, and
the farmer with his cellar, attic
and barn a 1 1 filled with good
things knew that he o ght to
divide with these poorer neigh
bors but he did not want to. No,
he had all he wanted and had
worked hard for it, too, without
any one to help him and he was
not going to gie it awav "They
can just go to work themselves
and make enough to eat and keep
themselves warm," he thought.
O! how unhappy he was, though,
as lie sat himself down in a chair
and buried his face in his hands.
He had not sat this way very long
before h e found his way into
dream-land. Here he met a tiny
fairy the first thing; a fairy with
the brightest of golden hair and
dresses and with a little crown of
glittering light on her head, that
hurt his eyes as he stopped to
speak to her.
"Who are you?" said he.
"Don't you know me?" said she.
"Why, I am one of the sunbean
fairies ,who helped your corn to
; grow and dried your hay and
worked tor you all summer.
Farmer Mathews looked puzzled
as he said, "Did you really work
( so hard for me?"
"Yes, if it had not been for me
and my company of busy people
your barn would be entirely
empty," said the little golden
fairy as she fluttered away just in
time for the farmer to see at his
feet a queer company of little
brown dwarfs who were huddled
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Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVINQ AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
I K. SAITO
I AGENT FOR
j THEFINE 1912 MODEL
I INDIAN MOTORCYCLE
1913 MODELS OF THE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE
SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICES
4 h. p. 1 Speed,.. $21 5.00
7h. p. 2 Speed, $325.00
The history ct the Indian is alone sufficient to estal.lixli its 8Hierior qual
ity and position as the leadliiK motorcycle, not only of America but of the
Following' the "14 Important Im
provement."!" of HH2, the llemlee Mfjr.
Company announce no lew than a down
additional new features in their 1!H:S
niodel of the Indian Motorcycle.
By far the most significant feature of
the new machine is the Cradle Spring
Frame. It is something entin'ly new, a
radical departure from the conventional
bicycle and recent motorcycle Hystetns of
"springing." Briefly, the new device
conniHts of the application to the rear
wheel of the Indian Cradle Spring device
as used on the front fork for the paft
Extending l ack horizontally from the
frame joint cluster under the saddle,
flanking the rear mud guard, are two 7
leaf Chrone Vanadium sievl springs. The
''C" shaped curls at the rear end of
these springs arc connected by stays to
hell-cranks on which the n-ar axle U
hung. The forward end of the rear fork
has a hinge, joint which enables the rear
wheel to yield to imperfections of road
surface. - All shocks are completely ah-sorlx-d
by the leaf springs. The rear
w heel can go through almost any vertical
motion without allecting the body of the
machine. There is no "bottom" to this
spring device. The lift- of the machine
is greatly increased.
The Engineering Department of the
llendee Mfg. Co. devoted 18 moiithsof ex
haustive test to the Cradle Spring Frame
before finally deciding on its adoption for
all models of the ltll.i Indian.
In addition to the Cradle Spring Frame,
die l!li: Indian embodies ll) other im
portant improvements which will lie ap
preciated by motorcycle riders in general.
I'riees remain the same as last year.
New style, single clinch rims; larger
tires, wider mini guards front and rear
with larger splashes; casing for tipper
stretch of transmission chain ami curve
of sprocket ; larger luggage carrier in
rear, fitted to all models; toot rests, as
well as lM'dals, tilted to regulate 4 h. p.
and 7 h. p. models; foot break h-ver fitted
Jon left side now operates band brake as
well as the pedal action; larger size mill
tiple disc clutch now lilted to all models
alike; improved Indian tyH- saddle.
All l!)l:i Indians will lie chain
and finished in Indian red only.
Let Us Do Your
Territorial Messenger Service
E. 0. Hall & Son Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Territory
Sold on easy payments, write for catalogue prices.
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so is a smart dresser tfuideJ by a
$1.50, $2, $2.50 and up
"The Store for Good Clothes"
The Eleele Store
The House With A Reputation For Squarene$
J. I. SILVA. Proprietor.
Mechanical Supply Houses
of Reinforced Concrete
The foremost system .used in America
today. Send for explanatory booklets.
AGENTS FOR THE IIAWAIIANI SLAXDS
"The Pharisees were people who
liked to show off their goodness
by praying to synonyms."
"An abstract noun is something
you can't see when you are look
ing at it."
"Algebraical symbols are used
when you do not know what you
are talking about."
"lie proposed to her in a canoe."
"Did she accept him?"
"I presume so. The canoe capsized."
A girl can't help feeling it's de
ceitful to fool a man more than a
dozen times in one day.
A man marries a girl to fret
about her relatives, and she marries
htm to worry about his children.
Never do anything concerning
the rectitude of which you have a
THE" BILLION-BUBBLE " '
"Oh. papa!" exclaimed the
young girl "that pretty plant I had
setting on the piano is dead.'
"Well, I don't wonder," was all
the father said.
Sold by all Grocers
H. Hackfeld & Co.
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50