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THE-GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAYf FEB. 11, 1913.
There is no other Butter on the market equal to Puritan
; Creamery Butter.
We receive shipments by every local steamer, which
insures its freshness and sweetness of flavor.
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S FROM PURE CREAM TO PEOFFf T riittpd R '
The Finest Cooking Butter
Our White Lily Creamery Butter as a Table or Cooking
Butter 'is giving great satisfaction. Not so fine as "Puritan"
but cost less. . K, v '
FOR SALE BY ALL GOOD GROCERY
HENRY MAY & Co. Ltjjf.
V I . A,
The favorite S. S. SIERRA, 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65;' round trip, $110. '
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS '
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special, attention -.paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to. all parts of
ixKjisa on uvai
Real Estate' andinsurance
W-Wfc&ft MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box TTo. 594 Honolulu
THE KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Our big 101U inoriol, 5 water,
uiiholstcrn'il liuiek, i the car you
im; look in,' for if you wish totruvcl
jn comfort mid safety,
' IteaHonablo rate a n d careful
.drivers. Special attention Jh given
..coiiiuurciul tnivelrs. ,
Any tiiuu you muy.wbh to make
a hurry-up call you will lliul us
.'"on the job."
-Kawaihau Auto Co.
.Service at all hours,
Sperry flpur t h e best every,
where, the bakers declare
Black leather coverod note
book, (compliments of Lihue Store
stamped in gold on outside) fiudei
please leave at this office.
Wo neatly-iHW-k-HHil mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Everything in tub
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and.
Merchandise of the
Best Quaitv Only.
P. 0. Box 342 'Honolulu
Regular nihil 'leaves Lihue on
Tuesday- ' and -EiatUrdHy ht 5 n. m
Keguiar nlail arrives froWHoilb-
lulu! sedn6sidayyjid Friday hior'h-
ing. During sugar, Reason mail is
frequently seht 'Hild'bToiight" by
steamers maing'etrti''itrips1' be
tween regular mail 'days. On davs
wheiv the Cbast mall is dtie'the
man ooac uue on ifnay) will lay
over and come in on SatiinliiV
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. nail, I.-I. s: N. Co.,
Kinau, I.-I. S. N. Co.,' every
At ubout four o'clock, one after
noon, I'mnier Gou'ssot. with his
four sons, returned from a day's
shooting. Til ey were stalwart
nunall five o f thein long of
limb, broad-chested, with faces
tuiiiicd by sun and wind, And all
fi v e displayed, plunted o n an
eiiormous neck and shoulders, the
same siriall head with the low iorc-
liead, iliin lips, beaked nose and
hard and repellent cast of coun
tenance'. They were feared and
disliked by all around them. They
were a money-grubbing, crafty
family: and their word was not to
On reaching the old barbicaij
wairthat sunounds the Heberville
property, the farmer opened a
narrow mnssive door, putting the
big key back in Ins pocket after
he and his sous had passed into
the orchard. Here and there stood
great trees, stripped by theautuiiin
winds, 'and cluriips bf pine, the
last survivors of the rfueient park
now covered by o 1 d Goussot's
One J)f the sons said:
''I hope nlQther has lit a log or
' 'There's;. smoKcotniiiR from
the chimney," said'tf:? father.
The out-houses and ti; home
stead showed at-the 'end1 of tfjawn;
and, above t h e m. the village
dhurch, whose steeple seemed " to
lrick the clouds that trailed; along
''All'the guns unldaded?" ased
' Miue isn't." said tile eldest
'I slippetl in n bullet, to shoot at
a kestrel." 1
He was the one who was croud
est of his skill. And he said to his
' Look at t!hat bough, at the top
of the cherry tree. See' me snap it
On' the boucrh sat- a "scarecrow
that had been there since spring,
and that prot'dcte'd the leafless
branches With itsTcraz!vrarnis.
He raised his gun and fired.
The figure came tumbling down
with large, comic gestures and
was caught on a big lower branch.
Thdre 'it remained, lying stifTily
on -its stbmadh, with ' a great top
hat on its head of rags' and its hay-
stuffed legs swaying from right to
eft above some water that flowed
past the cherry tree through a
They all laughed. The father
A fine shot', my lad. Besides,
the old boy was beginning toanuov
me. I couldn't take my eves froni
my plate at meals' without catching
sight of him."
They went a! few steps farther
They were not more than thirty
ards from the house, when the
ther-stopped suddenly and said:
"Hello! What's up?" .
The sons also lihd stopped .and
stood listening. One of them splut
Sounds like moans from the
inen room. And Mother's alone!"
Suddenly n frightful scream
rang out.- All five rushed forward
There was another scream, follow-;
eel by cries of despair.
1 We're here! We're coming!"
shouted the eldest son.
As it was a roundabout wav to
the door, he smashed in a window
with his" fist 'and sprang into the
bed-room. Thefoom next to it
was the linen-rboih, in which
Mother Goussot spent most of her
Good Lord!"- he cried, seeing
her lying on the floor, with blood
all over her face. Dad! Dad!"
"What? Where is she?" roared
old Gous'sot, appearing on t. h e
scene. "What have they done to
Run after h i m! This way!
mis way! l m all rignt onlv a
scratch or two. But run, you! lie's
taken the monev," she stammer
"He's taken the money!" bel
lowed old Goussot, rushing to the
door to which his wife was point
ing. He',s taken the money! Stop
tlnef! he veiled once more.
His sons followed him. and a
mad steple-clnse shook every
floor i n the house. Su.ldendly,
Farmer Goussot, on reaching the
end of the passage, caught sight of
a man standing by the front door,
trying to open it. If he succeeded,
meant his safetv. h i s escane
through th e' market-square and
Mie back lanes of the village.
Interrupted as he was fumbling
at the bolts, the man lost his head,
oharged at old Goussot and sent
him spinning, dodged the eldest
brother and, pursued by the four
sons, doubled back from the long,
III . I
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the sturdy Ford has won its title -and
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any car in the world's arena. TKl
Ford will go farther on a gallon 1bi
gasoline, run longer on a set of tires
'ariii be less expensive for monthl
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Your 'pocket book" needn t b3 emptied top
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' '"L A I N SU-L A R"-
a cigar that is all quality and selling at v$5
the hi of 109
No money put in bands, no foil just quality.
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' ' Wholesale 'distributors -r
filing his .lees thrqugh the broken
.window and disappeared.
The sons rushed after him across
the lawns and orchards, now dark
ened by the falling night. -
"The villain's done for," chuck
led old Goussot. 'There's no way
out for hi in. The walls are too
The two farm-hands' returned,
at that moment, from the villatre:.
aiid he told them what had happen
ed and gave each of t'-m a gun':
If the rat shows h nose any
where near the hous ' he said,
let flv a t him. G e him n o
F. E: DAVIS &
HONOLUlfu, y I
Ni-rm mid MmiciUNTjj
ons, Buggies, Harney
cycle Sundries. r-v
Prompt and careful';
tion given to mail onl
ivigm, wnue, aiwrtiU
NO W READ TE
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passage; ran into the bedroom,
1 o bq continued.