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Poor liltlo Mlowl Ho
coughs ho hard lio cannot
slrcp. That, makes him weak
and .sickly all the next day.
His; brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do
we, for we know that just a
few doses o
will euro this cough. For (50
years it has been tin standard
cough remedy for children.
Look out for cheap imita
tions. Get the genuine.
In Urge anJ mill bottle.
Avoid coimtljiitlon. Hasten a i urr lj- tlin
uso of Ayer's rills.
Prtpirtd br Dr. J. C. Arcr Co., Lowell, Mm., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Copyright, 1902. hy J1iar1 Edward tOhlt
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CIIAITKII XIII. , , .,.. , t
mb-m llllll nilllllMini niiHPViL in ii ' i
yylK nrrlved out of brcalh nt n W,m, . Cl,u,i nk over tin pineum
l-ll typical little mill town con-, ,,,., without being sron. 'I hey tiled
M slMlng of the iisiinl unpalntcd ,,, T tu. ollh. )lc C())(1 ,.w,ni the
""". niuce i iolo of master lumbermen, nml In tnese
two Tliotpo recngnl7.ed Duly nml Mor
I rlwtti themselves. They passed within
ten feet of hlin, talking earnestly to
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 20
Sonoma June 1
Alameda June 10
Ventura June 22
Alameda July 1
Sierra July 13
Alameda July 22
Sonoma .". August 8
Alameda August 12
Ventura August 24
Alameda. September 2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 25
Ventura May 31
Alameda June 15
Sierra . June 21
Alameda July 8
Sonoma July 12
Alameda July 27
Ventura August 2
Alameda August 17
Sierra August 23
Alameda September 7
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamer the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending pissengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
front San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and frotn New York by
Hit steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic SS. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO. I'rops.
U)c Shave, Cut hair and Shampoo
at Cct'Livc Rats.
We also tike particular pains with Chi!
Wni mi ueilueSt
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Cntliai'liif, Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Wnrland
Hark Martha Dm Is, Capt. McAUman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. UREVVER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
a;i:sts. 11 1 mi.
I10UKC.1, the nnlooim
nml RPitpral store. To the Intter he ml
dressed himself for Information.
The proprietor, still sleepy, was mop
pliii; out the place.
"Does that boat stop here?" shouted
Thorpe ncross the suds.
"Sometimes," replied the man som
nolently. "Not nlwnys?"
"Only when there's frclpht for her." ;
"Doesn't she stop for piissciiKersV"
"How does she know when there's
"Oh. they signal her from the mill."
Hut Thorpe was gone. 1
At the mill Thorpe dove for the en-,
glue room. lie knew that elsewhere '
the elnng of inaehluvry nml the hurry '
,of business would leave scant attention !
for him: and, besides, from the engine !
room the signals would be given, lie
found, ns is often the ense fit north
country sawmills, n Scotchman In
"Does the boat stop here this morn
ing?" he Inquired.
"Weel." replied the engineer, with
fearful deliberation. "I cnnnn say. Hut
I lino received un orders to that effect."
"Can't you whistle her In for me?"
"I en nmi." answered the engineer,
promptly enough this time.
"Yire tin what n body mlglit call
"No other way out of It?"
Thorpe wns seized with nn Iden.
"Here!" he cried. "See that bowlder
over there? I want to ship that to
Mackinaw City by freight on this
The Scotchman's eyes twinkled ap
preciatively. Tin dootlu' ye line tn iroignt 11111
from the olllee," he objected simply.
"See heie." replied Tboipe, "I've got
to get that boat. It's wortli $20 Io me.
and I'll square It with the captain.
There's your twenty."
The Scotchman deliberated. looking
aslant nt the ground mid thoughtfully
oiling n cylinder with 11 greasy rug.
"It 'II nu be a matter of lire nml
death?" he asked hopefully. "She aye
stops for life and death."-
"No," replied Thorpe reluctantly.
Then, with an explosion: "es, by
heaven, It Is! If I don't make thnt
boat I'll kill you!"
The Scotchman chuckled n ml pocket
ed the money.
Tin dootlu' that's In order," he re
plied. "I'll he no party to any such
proceedln's. I'm goln' 1100 for n fresh
pall of waiter," he remarked, pausing
nt the door, "but as n wee item of In
formation yander's th' wheestle rope,
and a mon wheestles one short and one
long for tli boat."
He disappeared. 'Tlinrpe seized the
cord and gnve the slgnnl. Then ho
ran hnstlly to the end of the long linn
oer docks and peered with great eager
ness In the direction of the black
The steamer was as yet concealed be
hind n low spit of land which ran out
from tllo west to form one side of the
harbor. In n moment, however, her
bows appeared, headed directly down
toward the strait of Mackinaw. When
I opposite the little bay, with a grand,
i free sweep she turned and headed di
rectly for him.
1 lie negotiated briefly with the cap
1 tain, paid $110 more for speed and the
privilege of landing at Maeliaw City.
Then ho slept for eight lioilrs on end
and was awakened In time to ill op Into
n small boat, which deposited him on
the broad sand beach of the lower pen
insula. The train was Just leisurely making
up for departure. Thorpe, dressed as
ho wns In old "pepper nml suit" gnr
meuts patched with buckskin, his hat
n Hopping travesty on headgear, his
moccasins worn 11 ml dirty, his fnce
bearded and bronzed, tried ns much
ns possible to avoid attention. He sent
an Instant telegram to Wallace Carpen
ter conceived ns follows:
Wlie thirty thousand my order care land
onVr, Detroit, beforo 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning Do It It you havu to rustle nil
Then he took n sent In the baggage,
car on a pile of boxes ami philosoph
ically waited for the train to start. Ho
knew that sooner or later the man, pio
vlded ho were ou the train, would stroll
thtoiigh the car, and he wnntcd to be
out of the way. The baggage man
proved friendly, so Thorpe chatted
with him till after bedtime. Then he
euteicd the smoking enr und waited
patiently for morning. '
At tlm lust thought Thorpe decided
to send a becond message from tho
ne.t Mutton. He llcl so, It rend:
Another buyer of timber on same train
with inn. Must ImvB money at 9 o'clock
or lose luiul.
lie paid Uny rules ou It to Insure Im
mediate delivery. Supposu tho boy
should be away from home!
Kverythlng depended on Wallace
Cnipenter, ami Thorpe could not but
confess tho chance slender. Ono other
thought made ttie night seem King.
'hoi po had but $110 left.
Morning came at last, mid the tram
diew in mid stopped. Thorpe, being
lu tho tuuoklug car. drouueU off tlrst
go then At the curb they hailed a cnb
and drove nway. Thorpe with satis
faction lien id them call tho name of a
It wns still two hours beforo the land
olliee would be open.
Thorpe repaired nt once to n boitrdlng
house off l'ort street, where he lind
"outfitted" three mouths before. There
he reclaimed hlsviilise. shaved, clothed
himself In linen and cheviot once more
and sauntered slowly to the land olllco
to await Its opening.
At 11 o'clock neither of tho partners
had app'-arcd. Thorpe entered the of
llce and approached the desk.
"Is there a telegram here for Hnrry
Thorpe?" he Inquired. i
Tho clerk to whom he addressed him
self merely motioned with his bend to
ward it young fellow behind the railing
In n corner. The hitter shifted com
fortably and replied "No."
At the same Instant steps were heard
In the corridor, tho door opened, and
1 5108 JL
Tho Abovo Is tho Bonocla Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
Where n team can 'ak and draw a plow
Tim HUVKRSIM.K works perfectly.
The combination of filatures in . . .
"I'm ytiln' tmo Jurii )tch poll n) untUr."
Mr. Morrison appeared on the sill.
Then Thorpe showed the stuff of which
he was made.
"Is tills the desk for buying govern
ment lands?" he asked hunieilly.
"Yes." replied thecletk.
"I have some descriptions I wish to
"Very well." replied tho clerk. "Whnt
Thorpe detailed the (Igtin's. which he
knew by heart. Tho cleik took from n
cabinet the tluee books containing
tieiu mid spread hein out ou the conn
ler. At this moment the bland voice of
Mr. MoitI-oii made It-elf heard at
"Good morning. Mr. Sinlthers." It
.ild with the deliberation of the con-
eliiii-iy meal man. "I nave u lew ue
'crlniioii- I would like to buj lu the
northern peninsula "
"Good iiiniiilm.'. Mr. Morrison. Archie
here, will attend to ,ou. Archie, sec
what Mr. MoitI-oii wishes."
The lumberman am) the other clerks
-oii"llltcd lu a low wilcc. allot whlcu
the olHcial turned to fumble iuuiiiil:
he reeotds. Nut llinllim what he want
d. he uppront lied Sinlthers. A wills
lierisl coiisiillatlou ensued between
iln'-e two Then Sinlthers called:
"i'tiKe h fnat. Mr. Morrison. This
gentleman Is looking over tie.se township-
ami 'll hac tlnlshed in a few
Moirison's eye suddenly became un
"1 am somewhat busy this morning,"
he objected, witli n sliadu of command
in his voice.
"If this gentleman" suggested tho
I "1 niu sorry," put In Thorpe, with
brevity. "My time, too, is valuable."
Morilson looked nt him sharply.
"My deal Is u big one," he snapped.
"I can probably arrange with this gen
tleman tn let him have his farm."
"I claim precedence," replied Thorpi
"Well." said Morrison, swift as light
"I'll tell you, Sinlthers. I'll leave mj
list of descriptions mid a cheek with
you. Give mi' a lecelpt and mink ihy
lands off after you've tlnlshed with
Now, government and slate lauds arc
the property of the mini who pays fot
them. Although tho clerk's receipt
might not glvo Morrison a valid claim
neveitheless it would nft'oid basis" I'm
a lawsuit. Thorpe saw tho trap and
"Hold on," ho Interrupted. "I claim
precedence. You can glvo no receipt
for any land In these townships until
after my business Is transacted. I
havu lonson to believe that thls gentle
man and myself uru both after the
The Benecia Reversible
Make it the most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can" be used right or left hand,
plowing around the land or RKVKRSiiu.K, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT i.kaving a WATKR iu'RROW, Made only in a sulky.
9 - fs
&WT' (ft IfeP3
" -5 . "
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho Bonocla Ratoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind itiint
splendid pulveri.cd con
dition. It is .the ONLY
PLOW for ratoous that
actually does what it i4
supposed to do.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
"What!" shouted Morrison, assuming
"You will have to "wnlt your turn
Mr. Morrison," said the clerk, virtuous
before so many witnesses.
The business man was In a white
rage of excitement.
"I Insist on my application being tiled
nt once!" he cried, waving his check.
"I have the money tight here to pay
for every aero of It, and If I know the
law tho llrst ninii to pay takes the
lie slapped the check down on the
rail nml lilt It a number of times with
tho lint of his liiiud. Thorpe turned
nnd faced him with n steely look lu his
"Mr. Morrison." he said, "you me
quite right. The llrst ninii who pays
gets the land, but 1 have won the (list
chance to pay. You will kindly step
one side until I finish my business with
Mr. Sinlthers here."
"I suppo-e you have the amount ac
tually Willi you," said the clerk quite
respectfully, "because If you havu not
Mr. Morrison's claim will take prece
dence." "I would hardly have any business
in a land olllco If I did not know that,"
replied Thorpe, nnd began his dicta
tion of the description as calmly ns
though his Inside pocket contained the
reoulred amount In bank bills.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made and 1'ertilizer l'tiriiished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Ciop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphato of Ammonium Nitrato of Soda
Bono Moal H. C. Phosphates
Sulphato of Potash ,Grouncf Coral
fertilizes for sale in large or small (tuantitics. Fcrtili.e your lawns with nut
Special I.awn l-'ertilii'cr.
1. O. HON 767,
C. M. COOK15, President. 1?. I). Tr-NNKY, Vice-President.
I. I'. HISIIOI', Treasurer. Jv WATKKHOUS15. Secretary.
O. II. ROI1HRTSON, Auditor W. M. AU'.XANDKR, C. H. ATH1-RTON
IU rliu, June 16.-The Reichstag has
expunged the law establishing mercan
tile arbitration tribunals nml tho pro
vision for a female ballot.
Santiago de Cuba, June 16. A tornado
which swept till- place hasiloucetcnsive
damage. One hundred are killed.
Ciikonic Diakkiioua. For sev
eral years during the summer
months I have been subject to
looseners of the Jiowels, which
quickly rati into a very bad diarr
hoea ami this trouble was frequently
nccompauied with severe pain and
cramps. I used to call on doctors
for my trouble, but it became so
tegular a summer afilictiou that in
my seat ch for relief, I became ac
quainted with Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy,
which proved so effective and so
prompt that I came to rely exclu
sively upon it, and what also hap
pily surprised me was that while it
almost instantly relieved the cramps
and stopped lite diarrhoea, it never
caused constipation. I always take
a bottle of it with me when travel
ing II. C Hartman, Auamoia,
Iowa, U. S. A. lfor sale by the
Hilo Drtqj Co.
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 39C
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Oins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
J. Evancovicli & Go. PAY FOR THE BEST
Commission aim'hunts class of work
SAN FRANCISCO, - CAL. F,XF.CITF.I UY
and OTHER ISLAND FRUITS
I CONSIGNMENTS sbUClTUl)
FRONT .ST., Op.'Sl'RKCIUUAS 11I.OCK
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