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TIIK WKUKtV IIII.0 TRIUUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SUPTUMimu to, 1905.
l'crumiicnllv Cures Dandruff ntnl
Renders the hair soft and gloy;
allays itching, ntnl is cooling mill
refreshing to tlic realp. It is the
only specific that will positively
Directions: Kill) into tlic scalp
twice n week with tile ends of the
lingers. When the ilcsireil results
arc obtained, use twice n month,
THE HILO DRUG CO. jj
Ltd., Solo Agonts ft
HILO, - - HAWAII 8
SERRAO LIQUOR GO
Complete Stock of I'incst Table
Wines, livers, Whiskies, Gins,
Ilraudies and I. ((incurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao Block, Shipmati Street
leiepiione o. 7 ij
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand ,
Of Wines, Liquors, llcers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught aud llottlcd
10c Por Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the I.awe of the
Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, f 200,000.
1'IiACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. I'HCK President.
C. C. KKNKIiDY Vice-I'res.
JOHN T. M01U ..3111I Vlce-l'rrs.
C. A. hTOIItK Cashier.
A. II. JACKSON Secretary.
John Watt, John J. Orace,
1'. 8. 1.ymau, II. V. ratten,
Wm. l'ullar. W. II. Shlpinaii.
Druw ISxclitinut: on
J n Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. Hank. ..San I'rancisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Hank New York
The National Hank of the lie-1 Cnca0
public j h
Glynn, Mills, Cnrric & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- (Hongkong
iug Corporation ) China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- (Shanghai,
iug Corporation J China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank. if "J"
ing Corporation J Japan
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of l'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Hed aud Desk
Lamps, etc., alwajs on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, bvicl frame 18
Sowing Machlno Motor 20
Power for opernting them fi a mouth
Installation charged extra.
Kstimalcs furnished on all classes ol
Klectrical Work ntnl Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete,
Losing your hair? Do you bring
out a comhful each morning? lias
It lost Its natural brightness? Is it
beginning to look faded and dead?
Do you like this condition of things?
Certainly not. Then stop this falling
of tho hair at oneo. Stop It hoforo
your hair Is thin, short, and llfoloss.
liny a bottlo of
and inako your hair beautiful, glossy,
If your hair Is gray, mid you don't
cam to look at thirty as If you woro
sixty, then you should uso Ayor's
Hair Vigor. It always restores color
to gray hair, all tho doop, rich, beauti
ful color it had when you woro young.
Do not bo docolvod by cheap imita
tions which will only disappoint you.
Ho sure you got AY KIPS Hair Vigor.
Prepirt J by Df J. C Aftf 4 Co., Lowell, Mm., t). S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Buidok St. - H11.0, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., II11.0, H. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here-'
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 2
Sonoma June 14
Alameda June 23
Ventuia July 5
Alameda July 14
Sierra July 26
Sonoma August 16
Alameda August 25
Ventura September 6
Alameda September 15
Sierra September 27
Alameda. October 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
Sierra July 4
Alameda July 19
Sonoma July 25
Alameda August 9
Ventura August 15
Alameda August 30
Sierra September 5
Alameda September 20
Sonoma September 26
Alameda October 11
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from Sail Francisco to all points in the
United States, aud from New York by
ail) steamship line to all F.urnpeaii ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers
A TAKER OF
My Channlntf Pollock
CoputloM, 1004, lu Charming Pollock
"Tho rod sun (dipped over the edge
of tho earth mid left her Hitting there.
She was very lonely. After 11 moment '
she walked to tho window mill began
rending her letler for the fiftieth lime.
'Dear Lmly o' Mine' was Its, llrst line- I
Dear Lady o' Mine.'" I
Anno Stacey's lnggnrd fingers drop- (
ped from tho typewriter keys Into her
lap, nnd Hhe whispered the Inst words
of the paragraph to herself almost lov
ingly. Tho story wiih too nearly fin
ished to be written all over ug.ilu, mid
yet that was the very phrase which
opened the note lying nt her Hide.
To epitomize the romance of her own
life was one thing, Hhe thought; to uso
Its language was nnother. For 1111 In
stant Hhe wim disgusted nt the recollec
tion that she had Intended to otter any
part of the little history for sale, ntul
hIiu was about to tear the page from
the machine. Then came the reaction.
She remembered how ninny empty
hours she had spent in tin attempt to
force something purely Imaginary from
her brain. She knew the Htory she hint
lived nnd written was an Interesting
story nnd that she could dNpose of It.
1 After tiwhlle the tired fingers returned
I listlessly to the keys, mid the sentence
1 In her mind staggered across the white
1 sheet before her.
I The end of the procession had been
1 reached when the dinner bell rang.
I Aune Stucey laid tho completed niiinu
scrlpt on her desk nnd lidded the note
! to a small bundle locked In her bureau
I drawer. Then she stood before the mlr
j ror nnd patted her soft brown hair In
' several places. The face that Htared
back tit her -was a plain face sweet
nnd honest, but far from beautiful.
Tho mouth was too large, the nose too
small, tho eyes sufllclently far apart
to denote Intellectuality, but not near
ly close enough for that prettlness
which is wortli ho much more to 11 wo
man, Anne had been told these tilings
almost from tho tlino thnt her oldest
brother had been able to tnlk, but she
sighed as she crossed her tiny room nnd
walked Into tlic hallway. A mingled
odor of cabbage and burned beef as
cended the stairs with the noise of
many voices. Then the bell rang again,
nnd Anno went to dinner.
She had expected to make corrections
In her story afterward nnd to post It
when slio went out for her usual car
ride. Instead, she unlocked the drawer.
hub i.ockki) Tim ,r. rrr.11, i:.svr.Luri: and
ALL, IN Ui:i( IIUllUAU.
took out tho packet of letters nnd be
gnu raiding them. An observant by
stander would have noticed that none
of them was inclosed In 1111 envelope. ,
There was every reason why all should I
have been hidden from tho prying gaze '
lu that manner, for they weru love let-
ters. Anne had burned the envelopes I
three years before, doing her best to 1
avoid seeing what was written on each.
Not ouu of tho lot had been addressed
to her. Not one of the lot had been
meant for her. They wcro the lovo let
ters of another woman.
"What's tho harm?" Anno had asked
herself when sho hnd adopted them.
Tho other woman had been married the
nay or 1110 auopuon and not to tne mi-
thor of tho letters. Sho was a bright , HUrijj Why, I couldn't possibly use
llttlo creature, Huffy from tho hems of nnv ()UlLr Ulmli You lnust lmvo plenty
her various skirts to the topmost curl f them."
of her fair hair, and sho had kept as . ..Well,'" said tho head waiter, "we
many men wrapped around her small- suay )mHi but I regrets to say, sir.
est linger ns there were rings around mt tllu lllHt wo i,ml WIW broko this
the other seven. All author of love let- I morning."-Washington Post.
ters more or less had not meant very j
much to her. So, when she llnally do- ahIhuiIh Timt sin,i Tear.
cided upon Fred, tho epistles of .Joe and Humboldt states thnt he had 11 mou
WIII had found a mutual resting place iPy that shed tears when It was seized
at the bottom of an extremely dainty
Japanese wastebasket which occupied
at least a twentieth of tho Moor space 1
lu the room the girls had tenanted to
gether. On top of them tho bright llt
tlo creature had piled numberless danco
programmes, fans with names scrawl
ed across them nnd a couple of period
icals containing verso from the pen of
tho Irrepressible Will.
Of the three men Will had been most
In earnest. The afternoon of tho mar
rlago ho had gone west to work for 11
Chicago newspaper and to forget. Tho
latter part of this purpose was set
forth beautifully lu 0110 of the letters lu ' Indian elephants In Regent's park has
tho packet. Miveral times observed tears rolling
Anno Stncey, who bad written "on down the face of tho old female ele
space" for a living since girlhood and pliant when her young ouu was taken
who had never bud a sweetheart, bud away from her.
t'seiied the bundle from the Japanese
i.nslehaskot. She recalled Will ns n
tnc, broail shouldered young fellow
trho up to (he time that he had ceased
Hllug her chum, 11 few mouths he
rule, hail paid no attention whatever to
the large mouthed, small nosed, Intel
leclunl girl who always made a point of
lin Ing an engagement somewhere with
in leu minutes of the hour of his ar
rival. Anne hud never been noticed,
mid she didn't expect It. She prompt
ly forgot being snubbed and remem
bered only that once Will had proved
her hand quite tightly while he said,
"Little woman, I think you understand
what this means to me."
Itecollectlng tills, Anne hud adopted
fhe letters. At first she had enjoyed
them only as love letters letters which
were real and which said Just wlial
she had boon making jier people say
for ever so long. Then, as the deser
tion of the bright little creature came
to be realized as nil endless desertion
and ns she made no new friends, those
ardent notes had commenced to seem
her very own. Their author was her
lover. She road them over and over
and over, making them more personal
with each reading. For three years
she foil her hungry soul with them,
nnd then, being temporarily destitute
of Ideas for stories, It had occurred to
her that they were the clew to one
ready made 11 story of which she was
"A Taker of Crumbs" was duly flu
Ishcd that very night and dispatched to
the mall bo in ehargu of the young
woman In the room adjoining, who was
out to buy ice cream, Anne
, thought about It n great deal In the
1 days that followed. A dozen times she
1 would have glxen the world to have
had it back. If only long enough to
I have substituted fanciful terms for the
ones she had taken from the letters.
1 "Dear Lady o' Mine!" Twice at night
1 she dreamed that Will had come out
of tho west to rebuke her for stealing
1 Ids love words and to take the packet
I out of her keeping. At the end of a
month she got 11 check from the mnga-
7.I110 to which the manuscript had been
, Hont, and after that she merely waited
for the appearance of the story lu
type. When It did appear, illustrated
with n picture of n very tall girl hold
ing two extremely long arms toward an
astonishingly low door in tho middle
distance, sho was surprised that no one
seemed to take the least notice of the
Anno went back to her work nnd
wrote other stories. Ily grneo of these
and a kindly providence she was able
to nay S7 to her landlady regularly on
I Saturday evening and to take three
car rides n week. Hvory Wednesday
morning she wnlked uptown and drew
a little money from a newspaper for
which she wrote a column called "Hints
j for Home Makers." She dined nt (I,
1 revised manuscripts until 10 nnd cried
. awhile over the bundle of letters before
I going to bed. Now aud then she stood
I at the window, looking out upon the
hurrying throng nnd remembering thnt
I not one person in till that throng cared
whether shu lived or died.
Three weeks after the publication of
"A Taker of Crtnnhs" she found lying
on the table In the lower hall an en
velope without the name of n newspa
per on it. Tho postiuaik was New
York. She climbed the steps leading
to her room nnd sat down on her
couch to read the letter. "Dear Lady
o' .Mine" yes, It was addressed to her.
"Who would have believed that there
was so loving a little woman in the
I world? May I call tonight? That's
rather soon, I admit, but well, I am
very lonely too. Will."
Anne Stucey got tip nnd dropped
the packet of letters In tho Jnpane.se
wastebasket. She locked the one Iet
, ter Just received, envelope aud all, In
her bureau drawer In a place left for
.TiiHt Out of Tin-in.
A lawyer who Is fond of a Joke went
to supper after the theater with n par
ty of friends, and he ordered coffee:
"I'leaso tiring It in 11 cup with the
handle 011 the left sldo," ho said confi
dentially to tho waiter. "I'm left hand
ed, nnd I can't uso any other kind of n
I "Yes, sir," stammered the waiter. "I
j will, sir."
J He was seen to hasten away nnd con-
fer with tho head waiter. The head
waiter boro down on tho party.
'What sort of a cup was that you
wanted, sir?" he asked.
"Cup with the handle on the left side.
I'm left handed," said the lawyer.
Tho head waiter disappeared to re
turn a llttlo later obviously perturbed.
"The cup you" he began,
"What?" said tho lawyer. "Do you
mean to tell 1110 that in u first class
cafe you haven't such a thing as a cup
witi. ti10 i.mie on the left sldo? Ah
with fear. Itengger noticed thnt the
eyes of a small South American monkey
nihil with tears when It was prevented
from getting some coveted object or
was much frightened. Darwin eltes n
third caso of a monkey from Uorueo
which In tho zoological gardens was
fieijucntly observed to cry when griev
nl or even when much pitied. Sir 10.
Teunaut, describing the capture of ele
phants In Ceylon, says that when
bound soiuo of them lay motionless
with no other Indication of suffering
than tho tears which Incessantly Mow
ed from their eyes. Tho keeper of the
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