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THE OARDKN ISLAND. TUESDAY NOV. 26, 1912
Which Was Happiest?
Continued from page 3
up close to tlie root of the flowers
and seemed to be trying to get
closer to tlie plants around them.
Boot and Shoe Emporiums
spent at SACHS will go further than any
where else. Everyone who sends their orders
to our Store has our unqualified assurance of
LOW PRICES WITH SAFETY.
You cannot go wrong here, we protect you and
we take every precaution to see that your Christ
mas problems are solved adequately, satisfactorily
Our selection of novelties suitable for Christ
mas Gifts embraces many, practical and useful
Grass Linen and Lawn Shirtwaist and Dress pat
terns (hand embroidered), Hat Pin and Hair pin
holders covered with silk in Pink, Blue, Lavender
and Yellow, Leather and Crochet Bags, Mani
cure and Sewing Sets, Pincushions and Fancy
Pillows, Character Dolls, Plush Animals i n
natural colors. Fancy Neckwear, Silk Hoisery,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. BOX 568
All the Big
If you attend any of the t'.-f?
bie college games you w ill find K'ti'
that the ball almost invariably 5f:
sed is the REACH OFKK'IALVf'f ; H
AMERICAN LEAGUE HALL.
Collese men won't have Ciivttuncr iA
but the BEST that's why t'luy all use Ui
College men know loo tlun. uic keach Hall has been n loptnl by the
America ii League lor ten years, uul is the Of,ici;.l Lrairue 1 all. Io ulhtr
ball can be neil in any heai'ue prime, l'rice evei v where. i .
The Reach Trade-mark on all Sporting Goods Is a gu.trantre ol quality It means satls-
aiiiuii, a new aiuuc ur yuur inum-y uut VCXCepi Oil Bails ana B3U Under Jl.'MJ .
fftAOjv J lie It r. A i II Or r I ( 1 A L If ASK I' A I,L 4.11 DK llii n-.-OK-
buhivii j in i no iivniim iKutt. iiihiory ami imuioa oi 4 urid'a
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
I Mm MILES THE BEST TIReWI
ff t J They average 2 5 per cent jj
It 1 moie ian ier Tires. II 0
m v A full stock carried at the tf7f
NAWIUWILl GARAGE MM
r in if . niifc -Ji ' i nri-ii -i u . ' ' aiitaB-i-f , "V
What is the use of paying
For a participating policy
when you can buy a no par
ticipating policy for only
at a lower rate
823 Fort St.
Picking up one tiny fellow who
seemed to be working harder than
any of the others he asked him
who he was and what he was try
ing to do.
Don't you know me?" said
No," said the farmer, "I
never saw you before, did I?"
The little fellow drew up his
funny face and laughed, saying,
"Many a time you have seen us
in jour orchard, meadow and
fields clinging close to the roots of
the trees, grass or wheat and in
fact, everything thut grows on
your farm. V e are the brown
earth fairies that make the warm
beds for all the plants, trees and
vegetables and if it were not for us
vou would not have a thing to eat,
nor a place to put your house or
barn for we even hold them up."
The farmer gently put the dwarf
down with his playmates a n d
walked on in this wonderland of
I wish we had thne to tell about
all the others he met; of the grey
cloud fairies with their thin grey
and black dresses and sad faces,
who send the raindrops; and of
the wind fairies who come riding
on their fast horses to scatter the
seeds and tuck them safely among
the earth dwarfs who kept them
warm all winter.
I wish you could have seen the
sheep that lie found in dream-land
who had given him the wool for
his own and his wife's and child-
rens's warm, winter clothes. He
saw and heard many queer things
and had just stopped to talk to a
funny chap wearing a snowy,
white cap and coat and sharp-toed
i c e slippers. He began telling
him about the white blankets he
was going to make to eover up all
the tiny seeds that the wind fairies
had blown to the earth dwarfs to
tuck up in bed for the winter,
when a soft hand was laid on his
and a sweet voice said, "Papa,
don't you think we might spare
something for poor Mr. Brown
who lives in the little house across
the meadow? He says that his
family are cold and starving and
he wants work."
The farmer rubbed his eyes and
was just going to say, "No, they
had as good a chance as I had to
have a full barn," when he re
membered his visit to dreamland.
"Yes, my child," he said, "we
shall see that they have all they
need for this winter," and off he
went to the barn and began to
load up the big wagon with good
things. Bags of apples, potatoes,
wheat, nuts went in with coal and
wool and all sorts of nice useful
things. The mother in the house
sorted over clothes finding thas
each could spare something for hit
neighbor and it was such fun to
see that great wagon fill up.
Soon the load was read', the
horses harnessed up and the wagon
making its way down the road to
the little house.
O! what fun it was to unload it
and see the happiness the good
things gave the poor Browns.
The smoke soon began to curl out
cf the chimney and all were" made
comfortable. Farmer Mathews
gave Mr. and Mrs. Brown nil the
work they could do and they soon
had all they needed. It was in
ded a Thanksgiving for b o t li
families, a Thanksgiving of the
very best kind.
Which family do you think was
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indiciites a pteel eliod shoe f,,r children. A Hubctniitiul school lioe'i
stylinli well ninde dress shoe. J jKH (,r ,1W eut, Kid or Calf stock i button,
one-strap, or lace.
Steel shod anvil brand iiieims "made to wear.
fl'.L'o to oil. ; in sizes 1 1-12 to 2, S'.'.iiO to :S.il.
iry a pair and prove what we contend.
Prices, in sizes 9 to 11,
McINERNY SHOE STORE
I W ! f
i A 1
FOR PLANTATION MEN
These Boots have more water
proof qualities than any other
You get your moneys worth
even if the price is high.
$11.00 FOR 17INCH
No other boot Has as-many
Water -proof qualitie s.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE CO.,
1051 Fort Street Honolulu.
Ye carry all the best grades
of paper, stationery, and of
fu e supplies.
We will give your mail or
der the same care ami prompt
alli nli in that you would re
ci i e in pt-i Mini.
I rop us a line.
Notice is hereby
given, that on and
after date hereof all,
and any power of.
attorney, given by
me to Mr. W. O.
Crowell, of Wai
mea, Kauai, is here
Dated this 4th.
day of Nov. 1912.
FOR MANY AILMENTS
BRING THE RESULTS
REXALL TOILET ARTICLES
HAVE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY
Freight paid to neareat port on order for
$5.00 or over
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel St: t ' Honolulu
THF DFVAI I i
HONOLULU 11 CO., LTD.
JAMES W. BERGSTROM
88 King Street
Pipe and Reed Organs
Talking Machines. Victor and
New Hawaiian Records In Stock
THE VERY LATEST SHEET MUSIC
Often smoking is the best way j There's a
keep a girl from liking it. .ma!" not v
j u itii it.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Iildg. Honolulu
i Spi-rr products for the hoiise
Spirry Hour the best every- wife, the trade, the best that's
where, the bakers declare. tf. made. tf, ,
I F. E. DAYIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. II.,
Nil a-;c and Miami wr Snaaax
Blacksmith supplies. Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
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I Dealers in J
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