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fB1 Your Druggist? IdaiHaui ' jj
If vour lialr l too lone no tn your
barber, llo has tlio remedy -a pair ,
of slaws. If your lialr Is too short, tto
tojourilniRBlst. llo lini tlio rouiedy ,
a bottlo ol Aycr's Hair Vigor.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Is a Hair Food.
It foods tlio lialr. Tlio lialr Rrows
long mill heavy liocauso it gives to tlio
hair just what It needs.
1 f our hair b turning gray, It shows
tlioro Is lack of hair nonrlslnnunt.
llo your hair this halr-food and It
will tako on new llfo. .Soon all tlio
deep, rich color of youth will return
Wo nro sure- you will bo greatly
pleased with Ayur's Hair Vigor as a
hair-dressing. It makes the hair soft
and smooth, and provents splitting at
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For Sale by 1IIL0 DRUG COMPANY
Sfitmart Edboard tOhitt
i ti iti iti iti iti it. itt it.
Hut fnmp One was n privilege. A
iiiiiu entered It only after having
proved himself; be remained In It only
us Ioiik ns his e::ielency deserved the
luinor. Its members wore Invariably
Kcrulted from one of the other four
camp, never from applicants who bad
not been in Thorpe's employ.
.So Shearer was foreman of n picked'
ciew. Probably no liner body of men
w ih over gathered at one camp. Some
of them had the reputation of being,
the hardest citizens In three states;
others were mild as turtledoves. They
ueen iinmemnteiy reinvested in tno
business. Thorpe intended to establish
In a few years more n big plant which
would be returning bcucdccs In pro
portion not only to the cnpltnl original
ly Invested, but nlso In ratio to the en
ergy, time and genius he bad himself
Kvery autumn the company found It
self suddenly In easy circumstances.
At nny moment that Thorpe had cho
sen to be content with the progress
made he could hnvc, so to speak, de
clared dividends with his trtirtner. Iti
nera nil pioneers. They hud the inde-1 stead of undertaking more Improve
The steamers of this line will ar
rive ami lea'e this port ns here
under FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 22
01111111:1 Aimust .S
Alameda August 12
Ventura August 2.1
Alameda September 2
Sierra September 14
Alameda Sepiembei 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura Octol er 26
Alameda November 4
Siena November 16
Alameda November 25
Sonoma Uecember 7
Alameda December 16
FOR SAM FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 27
Ventura August 2
Alameda August 17
Sierra ugust 23
Alameda September 7
Sonoma September 13
Alameda September 2S
Ventura October 4
Alameda October 19
Siena October 25
A lameila November y
Miui'tna November 15
Al.uueda November 30
Ventur.i...i December 6
Alameda December 21
Iu connection with the hailing of the
nliove steauiuis the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending pissengcrs Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from S 111 Pranciscn to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
mi hleainslnp line to all European ports.
P'or further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
OAItCIA fc CANA1UO, Props.
inents, for part of which he borrowed
some money, he could have divided the
profits of the season's cut. Hut this be
wns not yet ready to do.
He bad established five more camps;
he bad acquit ed over 150.1)00.000 more
of timber lying contiguous to his own:
he had built and equipped a modern
high ellleleney mill; he had constructed
n harbor breakwater and the neces
sary booms; be bud bought a tug: built
n boarding house. All this co3t mon
ey. He wished now to construct n log
ging railroad. Then hcpromlseil him
elf and Wallace that they would be
eacly to commence paying operations.
He bad made all the estimates nnd
ixietidy to attempt anything their eoin-i een the preliminary survey. Ho was
pendence. the unabashed eye. the In
subordination even, of the man who
h.is drawn his Intellectual and moral
nourishment at the breast of n wild
nature. They were afraid of nothing
ullve. I-'roin no one, were be chore boy
or president, would they tuke a single
wend, with tho cvreptlon nlwnys of
Tint Shearer and Thorpe.-
And they were loyal. It was n point
of honor with them to stay "until the
l't dog was bung." He who deserted
the hour of need was not only u ren
tele, but 11 fool, for he thus earned 11
. igulllc-eiit licking If ever be ran up
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The Benecia Reversible m
Tho Abovo Is tho Donocin Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
Where a temu c.iu walk and draw a plow
in-: Rkvkrsihlr works perfectly.
a member of the "Mghtlng
A band of soldiers were they.
nmiulcr ordered, and. It must be con
fessed, they were nlso somewhat on
the onler of a band of pirates. Mar-'
cpiette thought so each spring nf tor the
drive, when, lint tilted, they surged,
swearing and shouting, down to Den
ny Hogan's saJiNin. Denny had to buy
new fixtures "when they went awny. i
but it was worth It. '
Proud! it wns no name for It. Iloasrl
The fame of Camp One spread abroad
over tlio land., wine peopie iiiougui
theiefore the mow grievously dlsnp
pointed when Wallace Carpenter made
It Impossible for him to do so.
It was about the middle of July. He
was sitting back Idly In the clean
painted mill olllce with the big square
jlesk and the three chairs. Through
the door he could see Collins perched
on it high stool before tho shelf-like
desk. From the open window enmc the
clear, musical note of the circular saw.
the fresh, nromatlc smell of new luin
The combination of features in ... .
Make it the most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the land or KKVKRSntu;, throwing furrows all one wa Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT LKAVING A WATF.R furrow, Made only iu a sulky.
Camp One must be a sort of hellhole ( her. the bracing nlrfrnm Superior spar
of roaring, lighting devils. Others kllng In the oiling. He felt tired. In
sl::hed and made rnnld calculations of I tare moments such ns these, when the
Ulc SDaoc, Cut Ijair and Shampoo
at Let-Dive Rates.
We also Like particular pains with Chil
' Union Huiwiino,
Miect bine between SAN FRANCISCO
Iliii'U SI. Calliarlue, Cnpt Saunders.
ItiirK ,Aiuj Tunier, Cnpt. Warlund
Iliii'U '.Miirlliii Duils, Cnpt. McAllmnn
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO.. Agents, San Francisco
. HKHWF.R & CO., Ltd., Agents.
H. Hackfeld &Co.
the number of logs the.v could put In
If only they could get hold of help like
Thorpe himself, of course, made Ills
headquarters at Cnmp One. During
the, live vears he had never crossed thf
strait o'OlaeRlnaw. Thc'riiplurc with
bis sltcr had made repugnant to hi in
all the southern country. All winter
long he was more than busy nt his log
ging. Summers ho spent nt the mill.
Occasionally ho visited Marquette, but
always on business.
He wns happy because ho wns too
busy to bo anything else. 'Uie lnsist
ent'need of success which be bnd cre
ated for himself absorbed all other sen
timents. Up dcinnnded It of others
rigorously. He could do no less than
demand It of himself. The chief end
of nny innu, ns he saw It, was to do
ncll and successfully what his life
Success, success, success. Nothing
ernild lie of more Importance. Its at
tainment argued a man's efficiency In
the 'scheme of things. Anything thnt
Interfered with It-personal comfort.
Inclination, affection, desire, love of
en so. Individual liking wns bad.
Thome cared foryjust three people.
and none of them happened to clash
with his machine. They were Wallace
Carpenter, little Phil and Injun Char
ley. Wallace was always personally agree
able to Thorpe. Latterly, since the elec
tion of the mill, he bnd developed unex
pected nctiiiicn in the disposal of tho
season's cut to wholesale dealers In
Chicago. Thereafter he was often In
the woods both for pleasure- and to get
his partner's Ideas on what the firm
would have to offer. The entire respon
sibility of the city end of the business
was Iu Ids hands
Injun Charley continued to hunt nnd
trap In the country round nbout. Once
or twice n, month the lumhernian would
biiowsIioo down to the little cabin at
the forks. ICntcring. be would nod brief
ly and seat himself on a cracker box.
"How do. Charley?" said he.
"How do?" replied Charley.
They filled pipes and smoked. At
rare Intervals ono of them nindo n re
"Catch urn" beaver Ins' week." re
"Ciood haul." commented Thorpe.
"I saw n mink track by the big bowl
dor." offered Tboi pp.
"H'm!" responded Chnrley In n long
drawn falsetto whine.
Yet somehow tho men came to know
each other better and better, nnd oneh
felt thnt In nn emergency he could de
pend on the other to the uttermost In
spite of tho dllTeioiiee In race.
As for Philip, he was like some
strange, shy animal, letalnlng all its
wild instincts, but led by affection to
become domestic. Ho diew tho water.
cut the wood none better. In the even
ing be played atrociously his violin
none worse bonding his grout white
brow forwatd with tho wolf glare In
his eyes, swaying his shoulders with n
llorce delight in the subtle dissonances
of the horrible tunes ho played. Ami
often he went Into tho forest and gazed
wondering nt occult things. Above all
he worshiped Thorpe. And In turn the
lumberman ncLontcd him a good mi
Financially the company was rated
high nnd yet wns heavily In debt. This
condition of affairs by no menus con
stitutes mi anomaly In the lumbering
Tho profits of the first five years had
muscles of his striving reln.od, his
mind turned to tho past. Old sorrows
rose before him nnd looked nt hlni with
their snd eyes. He wondered where
bis sister wns. She would be twenty
two years old now. A tenderness,
haunting, tearful. Invaded his heart.
At such moments the hard shell 6f his
rough woods life seemed to rend apart,
lie longed with a great longing for
sympathy, for love.
Tho outer door, beyond the cage be
hind which Collins nnd his shelf desk
were plnced. How open. Thorpe heard
a brief greeting, nnd Wnllnce Carpen
ter stood before him.
"Why. Wnllnce. I didn't know you
were coming 1" began Thorpe, and stop
ped. The boy. usually so fresh and
tanpplly buoyant, looked ten years old
er. Wrinkles had gathered between
.its eyes. "Why. whnt's the matter?"
Ho rose and swiftly Bhut the door In
i the outer ofilcc. Wallace seated
"Everything! Kverythlngl" he snld
n despair. "I've been n fool. I've
So bitter wns his tone that Thorpe
was startled. The lumberman sat
flown on the other side of the desk.
"Thnt '11 do. Wallace," he said sharp
ly. "Tell mo briefly wbnt Is the mat
ter." "I've been speculating!" burst out
"Ah!" said lls partner.
"I bought on n margin. There camo
a slump. I met the margins because I
nni sure thero will be n rally, but now
nil my fortune Is In the thing. I'm go
ing to be penniless. I'll lose It nil."
"Ah!" said Thorpe.
"And the name of Carpenter Is so
old established, so honorable!" cried
the unhappy boy. "And my sister!"
"Ensyl" warned Thorpe, "llelng
penniless Isn't the worst thing thnt can
happen to a man."
"No, but I urn In debt," went on tho
boy more calmly. "I have given notes.
When they come duo I'm n goner."
"How much?" nsked Thorpe lacon
ically. "Thirty thousand dollars."
"Well, you have thnt amount In this
"Wlint do you meap?"
"If you wnnt It you can linvo It."
Wnllnce considered n moment.
"That would leave mo without n
cent," ho replied.
"Hut It would save your commercial
"Harry," cried Wallace suddenly,
"couldn't this firm go on my note for
thirty thousand more? Its credit Is
good, mid that amount would save my
"You are pnrtner," replied Thome.
"Your signature Is ns good as mine In
"Hut you know I wouldn't do It with
out your consent," replied Wnllnce re
proachfully. "Oh, Ilnrry!" cried the
boy. "When you needed tho amount I
lot you have It!"
"You know you enn hnvc It If It's to
be had, Wallace. 1 wasn't hesitating
on that account. I was merely trying
to tlguie out where wo can mlse such
a KUiii as ?(J0,000. We haven't got It."
"Hut you'll never linvo to pay It," as
sured Wallace eagerly. "If I can save
mv margins I'll be nil right."
(to nit continuum)
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho Benocla Ratoon Disc F -'o
Hills up the dirt better
tlian a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it iu a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoons that
actuall' does what it i;
supposed to do.
H.H ACKFELD & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
SHOWS HIS KKEMNdS.
Alloriiey (ieneral Angered hy
lion of Illlo (Irnud Jury.
Honolulu, Aug. 12. Attorney
General Lorrtn Andrews, and Gov
ernment officials returning from
Hilo this week were a crestfallen
lot. They had gone up to the
metropolis of Hilo armed with evi
dence in a number of important
cases which they naturally expected
would loom into important trials
before the Judge of the Fourth
Circuit. Under the charge made
to the Grand Jury by Judge Par
sons, the claim is made that the
Grand Jury brushed aside the most
palpable array of evidence apper
taining to the alleged irregularities
of a public official. The gossip in
official circles here indicates that
the instruments of justice iu Hilo
were used to prevent a thorough
probing of the land department.
The findings of the Grand Jury
in the Baldwin case were promptly
followed by the dismissal of the
charges against Messrs. Ragsdale
and Williams. The Attorney Gen
eral, so onlookers say, felt that if
the court and prand jury could do
politics, his office should not be
I above the same tricks..
I "The prosecution," said the At
'tomey General, "was confident of
I proving its case against Baldwin,
but the Grand Jury held that there
was not sufficient evidence to war
rant an indictment, and so I entered
a nolle prosequi in the case of the
Out of seventeen men on the
Grand Jury, twelve were whitest
and five were Hawaiinns. The
twelve whites are said to have 1
voted solidly for no indictment as
to Baldwin, while the five Hawaii-;
nns voted for his indictment. j
In other words, if the Carter 1
administration had suffered as a re
sult 01 tne jury cuarge 01 rarsous,
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I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
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C. M. COOKIJ, President.
K. V. ltlSHOl', Treasurer.
G. II. KOHKRTSON, Auditor
15. I). TI'NNKV, Vice-President.
J. WATICUIIOUSK, Seerulnrv.
W M. AM-:XANDKR, C. II. ATIII-RTON
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 39G
Front Noar Church St.
P. O. Box 39G
King Noar Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
Subscribe for the TuimiNK.
Island subscription $2.50 n year.
who is a Carter judge, the Attorney CoillllliSSiOll jlIOl'ClUllltK
General saw a way to save tne an-' ... -., en-f ri
ministration by withdrawing the;SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
prosecution, which had been in ' IMPORTERS OIf I
sincerity and seriousness laid again
st iwo Hawaiiaus. The Attorney
General was able to report that he
had won the gratitude of the sym
pathizers with Kagsdnle and Chas.
Williams nt all events,
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and OTHER ISLAND FRUITS
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