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PllOM AND AFTKU OCTOHEU 1, 1WW.
Ijeavo Honolulu. .0:16
Leave Honouliull.. 7 ::)(i
Arrive Honolulu ,8:.'Vi
a.m. r.M. P.M.
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Lea vo Honolulu
Arrive Pearl Olty
Leave Pearl OIty..(l:55
Arrlvo Honolulu." :30 .. .
Sundays excepted,. t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon,
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day. fPfflli S 8
p.m. ii.in. n.m. a.m.
Mem. 2(1 i; 14 a 14 11 oo 1 00 fl 4 ft 11 D 1:1
Tung. 21 7 11 00 11 40 2 30 6 3, 0 11 10 10
Wed. 221 8 22 0 60, a 10 :t 10 2 0 12 11 20
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Sat. 25 11 SOU 20 (i 01) :t 10 0 l)' 0 13 1 30
Sun. 2IS 12 00, 0 35 5 00 5 5') (i 13 2 27
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First Quarter of tlio Moon on tlio 21th at
llh. 2 inln. ii. m.
Time Whistle hlous at lh.2Sm. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tlio sumo uu l.'h. 0m.
0s. of Uiccnwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893.
:& .A.!?, I UST IE 3STE-WS.
Fwiiay, March 21.
Stmr James Makee from Kauai
Funny, Match 24.
Stmr Likelike for 1'upeekeo
Stmr W O Hall for Maul and Hawaii
Stmr James Makec for Kupaa, 4 p m
Stmr Pelet for JIakawelt
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk John C Potter, Moyur, for San
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Jas Makee 2350 hags sugar and 2
Prom Kapaa per stmr Jas Makee. Mar
21 W K Sims and 4 deck.
Kor Maul and Hawaii per stmr W Ci Hall
Mar 121 For Volcano: Mr Oakley, J S
AValker. Mrs D H James, MNs Tillotain, J
H Beach, EO Church, O Orr, J Eliiman,
V C Jones and wife. Way ports: E Laz
arus and wife, T O Forsyth, J Kauhane,
Col S Norris, Mrs H Anahii and 30 deck.
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
TJ 8 F S Mohican from San Francihco
U S S Boston, Wiltso. from Hilo
Am 4-masted schr ltoht Searles,
iiuiu Newcastle, i d w
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran-
Am bktne Discovery, McNeill, from San
Gor bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. Foreign Vessels Expected.
U S S Ranger, front San Francisco
U S S Adams, from San FrimeiVeo
H B M S Hyucinthe fiom Ksouimalt
H B M S Royal Arthur froitTEngland
HliJIS Temerairo from Kiiifhuiil
Am bktne Irmgard from San Francisco due
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, due March 21
Am Alice Cooke from Newcastle, N S W,
due March 23
Am 4-mastcd schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-m schr Olga, from Noweastle, N S W,
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, Ajiril 5-10 '
Am 4-m bktne V It Hume, from New
castle, N 8 V, April 25-30
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, NS
W, April 25-31?
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, duo Jlav
Mis bkt Morning Star from Microncsiu,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S V
Ger bkt Amelia from Poit Townsond
The steamer Pele left for Mukawell to
day with 2.i0 tons of coal.
The American bark John 0 Potter, Capt
aiuyer, uieurcu ai mo uusuim iiouse to
day fur Ban Francisco ulth 2t),7tiU bags su
gar, weighing 3,5Btl,512 pounds and valued
at 1100,010.07, shipped us follows: 11.081
bugs by O Brewer it 'o, 11,511 bags bv T II
Davies it Co. 1H01 bags by I A bchaefcr .V
Co and 530.' bags by Castle k Cooke.
Persons who aro subjoct to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
tell by thoir feelings, whou to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
taken as soon ns these symptoms ap
pear, they can ward oil tho df&oaso.
Such persons should always keep
tho Remedy at hand, ready for im
mediate uso when needed. Two or
throe doses of it at the right time
will save them much Buffering. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
As Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. -m -
A London newspaper rolatos Hint
a few days ago Quoou Victoria was
greatly charmed with a piece of Ulti
mo performed by tho baud playing
in public at Osborne, and sunt odd
of hor attendaiils to lonrn tlio uiiiiio
of tho piece. The attendant eanio
back and reported, with home eiu
barrttssinnnt, that it was untitled,
"Come Whom the Booso is Cheap
er," Fine Job Printing ut the Bulletin Ojjke
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tnug Sun, Into or Hunoknn, lina a
notice of snlo olsowhoro.
Tlio police forco woro rocoinmis
sionod yesterday afternoon.
Tlio Ainoricnn Legion of Honor
will hold thoir regular mooting this
Thotnns Finnignn deposited .?(i
bail yesterday. Ho was charged
Anunibor of nativo hula daucors
will 'bo passongors on tho S. S. Aus
tralia for tho Coast.
Tho Government baud will givo a
conoort at Thomas Square this ovon
ing. Yostorday ovoning it played
at tho Hotol.
Captain F. D. Wnlkor has boon
granted discharge from bankruptcy
by Judge Cooper. J. M. Davidbon
appeared for potitionor.
Tho Supromo Court had no hear
ing boforo it this morning. It as
sembled again at 1:30 p. m., when
ono case was expected to bo ready.
Tho ca.o of
Ini".' nr n..,r,t il.rt
inuu was hnishod in
B""J UKUiiiai. liiu
tho District Court yesterday after
noon. District Magistrate Foster
rosorvod his decision until to-morrow.
A very pleasant surpriso party was
given Miss Maggio White at hor
fathor's house last night. About
thirty frionds woro present, wishing
tho young lady many happy returns
of tho day.
Tho heavy-woight iiromon's tug-of-war
team of tho S. S. Australia
have taken tho place of tho English
team and will pull tho Hawaiians
on Saturday night. Tho names of
tho Australia team woro published
Rev. Dr. Lucas will lecturo on
"Bill and Polly" at Y. M. C. A. hall
this evening. Ho will disciihs tho
economic aspects of tho liquor ques
tion. This will bo his closing tem
perance lecturo in Honolulu. Silver
collection at door.
A Civil Rights League baud con
cert and mass mooting will bo hold
at Emma Square to-morrow ovoning.
Speeches will bo delivered on tho
situation in tho intervals between
tho musical performances of tho Ha
waiian National Baud.
Tho Portuguese Mutual Benefit
Society of Hawaii has removed its
office to tho upper story of Messrs.
Gonsalves & Co.'s building, Queen
street. Drafts will bo paid on pre
sentation on Wednesdays and Satur
daj's, and other business transacted
Tho dredgo is still puffing and
pumping at tho Pacific Mail dock.
It will not bo long, evidently, boforo
tho big now liners can eomo inside
to berth. A heap of bother and
i oxpoiiso will then bo saved, and tho
town got nioro Donom tnau now
from tho steamers.
R. E. Taylor tho stowaway does
not like tho publicity given him in
tho Bulletin. If the"gontloman will
furnish tho Bulletin with a well at
tested record of himself, including
tho reason for his previous visit to
those islands, tho Bulletin will bo
only too glad to publish it. Trot
out your record.
Thero woro no tug-of-war matches
yesterday ovoning owing to counter
attractions. Tho management have
been very unfortunate in tho dates
of their matches, as other attrac
tions have taken place tho same
evenings. Tho program will bo con
tinued whore left off to-morrow
ovoning, thus giving tho teams lime
Tho medal to bo offered ly Prof.
M. Loheido to tho winner of tho
Gru'co-Roman wrest ling tournament,
to begin on April 1st, arrived by the
S. S. Australia and has been placed
on exhibition in M. Mcfnorny's win
dow. It was designed and manu
factured by Win. Shepplor, 1071,
Market street, San Francisco, and is
attracting much attention.
Tho steamer Wiiinianalo was seen
off Diamond Head yesterday after
noon flying hor flag at halfmast. As
sho did not seem to make much
headway tho tug Elou was des
patched to tow hor in. Tho little
steamer was docked at tho old Cus
tom House wharf, where it was
learned that tho machinery had
broken down off Molokai on Wednes
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith ii Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucunibor Skin
Tonic, Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu-
uumber Tonic. Bonsou, Smith iV Co.,
Dr. McLennan, I'll Fort streot,
above Hotel. Chronic ami Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Mechanics' Homo, TJ and til Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. and f0c. a night; SI
and $1.2.") a week.
Prof, F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M, C. A.
Hawaii's Oiant King,
The feather war-cloak of Kainohn
niolia I., Hawaii's giant king, is on
exhibition in Tiffany A; Co.'s window
in union square, .Now orlt, ll is
made of the feathers of two species
of birds peculiar to tho Sandwich
Islands, and (he only othor clonk
like it in this country fsiu the Smith
sonian Institute, where it is insured
for I(K),()00. This cloak was pio
seuted to Commodore Laiireucu
Kearny, United States navy, in 18111,
by Kauiohniiiohn 111,, and it has
until recently formed a part of his
collection of curios at Perth Ainboy,
Organization of Aloha Court, I. O.
F., in Honolulu.
llov. D. V. Lucas, D. D.. boars a
commission from Dr. Oronliyatokha,
Supioino Chiof Ranger oHlio Inde
pendent Order of Foresters, to es
tablish Courts wherever in his tra
vels ho discovers a Hold. Tho ob
jects of tho order are hero given
from tho constitution:
"(1) To unite fraternally all per
sons of sound bodily and mental
health and good moral character,
who aro socially acceptable, and who
aro of tho ago liereinnfter provided,
and who aro not proscribed by tho
Constitutions and Laws of the Or
der. "(2) 1 givo all moral and ma
terial aid in its power to its members
and those dependent upon them.
" (3) To educate its members so
cially, morally and intellectually.
"(1) To establish a fund for tho
relief of sick and distressed mem
bers. "(B) To establish a Benefit Fund,
from which, on satisfactory evidence
of tho death of a member of tho Or
der who has complied with all its
lawful requirements, a sum not ex
ceeding three thousand dollars shall
bo paid to tho widow, orphans, de
pendents, or othor beneficiary whom
tho member may have constitution
ally designated, or to the personal
representative of the member; or,
upon tho completion of tho expect
ancy of life of a member, as laid
down in the Constitutions and Laws
of the Order, such sum shall bo paid
" (G) To socuro for its members
" a Free medical attendance;
. " Ii Threo to five dollars per
week sick benefit;
" c FiTty dollars funeral benefit;
" (' Ono hundred dollars, two
hundred dollars, or three hundred
dollars a year after passing seventi
" j Five hundred dollars, ono
thousand dollars, or fifteen hundred
dollars on total and permanent dis
ability." In a few day scanvas, distributing
literature ol tho order, Dr. Lucas
secured tho names of about a score
of candidates. At a meeting of some
of these last night, held in tho Y.
M. C. A. parlor, Dr. Lucas organized
a Court with twelve members. Sonio
woro detained by other engagements,
and others deferied joining until
after organization. Tlio following
ollicurs were elected for the current
Daniel Logan, Chief Ranger;
Geo. A. Turner, Vice Ranger;
E. P. Chapin, Recording Secre
tary; A. C. Lovekin, Financial Secretary;
H. Purdy, Treasurer;
H. W. Peck, Chaplain;
John K. Waiatnau, Senior Wood
ward; Joaquin G. do Silva, Junior Wood
ward; W. K. Waiamau, Senior Beadlo;
Jas. U. Pakele, Junior Beadle.
Dr. Lucas gave tho commission of
Deputy Supremo Couit Ranger to
C. B. Ripley.
Tho newly organized Court adopt
ed the name "Aloha." Committees
were appointed to make necessary
arrangements for getting tlio society
into working oidor. -
Another meeting will be held this
evening to initiate candidates.
August Herring, charged with
murder in tho first degree, for the
killing of Huntsman, appeared in
tho District Court this morning.
Tho evidence elicited was materially
the same as published heretofore.
No defense was offered and Herring
was committed for trial to tho Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Cir
cuit. To Aid Kawaiahao Seminary.
A concert will be given Saturday
evening next, 2."ith inst., at Kawaia
hao church, in aid of Kawaiahao
Female Seminary, at which besides
local talent tho Kamehauieha Glee
Club and Kawaiahao Seminary pupils
will take part.
Many black-sand gold prospectors
aro at present on tho north beach of
Gray's Harbor and aro said to have
their apparatus for separating tho
gold from tho sand with them.
At Tho Dalles, Or., a squaw was
noticed tho othor day carrying a
cook stove on her back, while her
lord and master followed leisurely
along carrying tho lid-lifter and a
It is thought that, tho bed of tho
Eraser river in British Columbia is
rich with deposits of gold, and an
attempt will bo made during the
coining summer to secure a portion
of this wealth.
Thomas A. Edison, tho inventor
has lost heavily through his warks
being Hooded. Tho Jirst floors of
the Edison General Electric Com
pany, at Schenectady, which cover
ed sixteen acres, were flooded three
feet deep on March 13, and both
plants have been closed." More than
J0(HJ persons woro thrown out of em
ployment. All the exhibits which
the Edison Company was preparing
for the World's Fair aro practically
destroyed by the water, as is a'most
all the machinery and slock on tho
first floor. The loss is estimated at
Three nays is a very short time in
which to cure a bad caM of rheu
mat ism ; but it can be done, if tin
proper treatment is adopted, as wi
be seen by the following from ilaim
Miinuort, oi .miw liruiiswicK, J Us:
"1 was badly alllicted with rheuma
tism in the hips and legs, when 1
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
I'aia Balm. It ciucd me in three '
days, j am all ri'ht to day: ami
would insist on imin one who is,
afllictcd with that (eriiblo disease to
usoChniiihorlniu'h I'ain lialm and get '
well at mice." fit) cunt bottles for
Mile by all dealers. Uoiisoii, Smith
A- Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. All hiiitln of Ciniimt'iritil Printing
jirtiuijitly ntumttd ul law mWx at thn
MR. BUSH SPEAKS.
He Boliuvon in Annexation but Not
Without tho Consent of Hawai
ians. Pursuant ton notice that Mr. J.
E. Bush was to deliver an address
on his recent visit to the Coast, and
his impressions on the annexation
question, botweon one and two
thousand people assembled on Palace
Square yesterday evening. Mr. Bush
was introduced shortly after 7:30
o'clock and spoko about the annexa
tion commissioners sent to Washing
ton to negotinto a treaty with
Ainorica. After members of the
Senate had carefully studied that
document they came to the conclu
sion that there was something mate
rially wrong. Ho hml gone to the
('oat of his own accord to intercede
for his people, and ho returned
happy in tho hope that the people's
voice will bo heard. A commission
consisting of Mr. Blount. Admiral
Brown and Gen. Seholield will ar
rive soon to investigate tho popular
fooling and until then bo patient.
Do not bo beguiled by a few women
who aro disgracing their nation by
going around asking for your
signatures to petitions favoring
annexation. Spit on thorn and
treat them as curs. Tho speaker
himself was for anuoxation, only,
however, with tho sanction of his
people from Hawaii to Niihau.
He was interviewed in San Francisco
b- reporters, but it seemed as if they
were gagged. Only part of his in
terviews woro published. A cortain
millionaire well-known to you hero
was in favor of annexation when tho
Commission first arrived, but ho has
turned completely around. Previous
to hisi (Bush's) leaving San Francisco
this millionaire had invited him to a
private conference and stated in
most emphatic terms his aversion to
tho annexation scheme. That gen
tleman, owner of millions, will arrive
hoon. There was much talk in Am
erica regarding England's taking
part in tho trouble, but he had been
assured on very good authority that
England would not involve herself
in any such complication with Amer
ica. Russia was tho only power
Amorica should bo afraid of. During
the reign of Kalakaua, Russia had
negotiated for the establishment of
a coaling station at Koolau. Amor
ica was satisfied with Pearl Harbor,
and sho will never annex this coun
try unless tho popular vote says so.
Mr. Bush sincerely believed that
when tho Commission arrived and
the matter .was sifted Liliuokalani
would bo returned to hor throne.
The Topic of the Day.
Forgotten is Hawaii,
And (Halftone's Home Rule Hill;
No iutciust now is tal.cn
In John L.'s weekly "-till."
Hut 'round the papeis' bulletin-.
The peoplu smlly linger
To liini the latent news about
Poor l'ailcrew ski's linger.
Ilruokljin (A'. J'.) Iltujle,
The coming hoop, so tho modistes tell,
Which women will wear with pride,
Will bear a shape like that of a bell,
And the shape of the belle will hide.
AVw lw fc 1'rru.
Mlsa Jennie Flagor
Ohio City, Ohio.
Scrofula and All Blood Diseases.
" I take great pleasure In Riving public tes
timony to tlio alno of Hood's S-us.ipai Ilia for
I haTO suffered with this tlUtiessIiisr troulilo
i forncaily tea years, anil In Unit time have tried
almost every liicillrhio recommended to mu
without any tellcl whatever until, after much
uighig, I gae Hood's Sanap nlll.i a tilal. It
has been of great benefit, ami will effect a per
manent euro. I .my to all penpM who suirer
fiumSciotiila. try Hood's biisuiuilll.i; it "ill
tlo ou gnuit." M1S3 .If.NMi: I'LAGJJlt, Ohio
City, Van Weit County, Ohio.
"My dauglitci, eleven yens old, lias been
troubled with scrofulous caLirili ever sinco she
was threo years old. Three plij slci'ins gave her
no permanent icllcf. In tlio summer It com
menced eating Into her noso. Wo bought
ami gavo It to her ami It lias ciucd her, for
which we uio very thankful. Wo got one boi
of Hood's rills and like them very much."
Mits. David 0. Hiujiki., Cliuiiillvrsvfllo, Ohio.
HOOD'O PiLLB curoConitlpatlonliy lostorlna
tho peristaltic action of tho alimentary canal.
Ifim Legion of Honor, meets Til IrS
at 7:.'!n o'clock,
Hull, King siicet.
JOS. M. OAT,
HOUSE TO LET
near 1'ilkni strict,
containing 0 linnm-. t'nr-liiii'i-
House and hliibles:
Lor lMK 100 feet. Kent IIS per month I
eluding water. Aiinlv tu
MltS. W. II. SMITH,
I!s2-:it 110 King. sluet.
riiki vimu dim m i
11 1 1110 1MW DIIAIMJ:
Just Arrived by "Austialia."
tiiitm'filie Jnt thf
centi per moiiM.
Ihiiiu Hull, tin, f,0
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Wo want to cull tlio attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from the favor it luts been re
ceived with, we believe litis come
to stay and become an indispen
siblc article of gent's Curiiihliiiii:.
A glance at the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Soihvkn's Patlnt Elastic
Sham Pkawmcks arc providoi
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insihition at the
inner and outer seaiiis, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in lit. The drawer.- art
cut in I'mure outlines and afford
the wearer all the advantages ol
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The 1'atknt Elastic Si:a.m,
which contains no ui'isui'i:, re
tains its ."springiness and wear-
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also he found that these
Patknt Elastic Sham Duawi:i:s
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would he im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the material known iu"Ji'an"
to he the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
fellow who said that was all
wrong. Ilo forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Balbriggan, or Kilk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into the breast and
back to protect the most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To the many peop)e who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, these goods will be a
great boon, as, while they will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tho lungs and
back will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
sentiment.- of approval we have
heard regarding these goods we
believe thorn to he a good thing
for our cliniaU), and have placed
our order.-, fur a full slock,
which will be on sale in about
To any person desiring to see
Iho samples which wo have w
will be plwaseil to show them.
isroV7" oPELsr a.t
N. S. SACHS'
Novelties ! New
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A KINIi
New Spring Dress Materials!
ni:w mriii:i) muslins, ohuandils a chamukics,
NT.W Fltr.NlH ALIi-WOOL ( HAILLLS, dark ground clVects;
WlllTT. I'lMXTKt) LINKS .v. HUSH LAWN8,
NEW COTTON 1'ONUl'ES . COTTON OltAl'l'S,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wi: havi: Tin-: vii:y latest in
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings !
ALSO A NEW LOT OK THE
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am Absolutely '"ast Culm
it ia the
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best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
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7.1 Wurren St., New York.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - "ESoi-iolialia, K. I.
Pac fie Hardware
Cumming' Block, Fort Street.
Ol-' VEItY .SUl'EKIOIl QUALITY. AN INVOICE OK
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMl'LETE OITI! LINT. OK SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emory Cloth Sacks,
Criant No.il "Pullers, Lariat Swivels,
Turner's Snips e.ncl Shears,
Awls and Tools, Garden
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
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SB "trORT STR.E3E3T.
AKTEU I'AKIN'U HTOl Iv ALL KINDS OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
Al half the foiuicr cost.
Velvet & Sixiyrxia Rugs
In all mci. greatly reduced
Woolen Gootls in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
Iff In fin i He oiler liiinu-ii-c
11- DroBBmakinij Uutlor tlio
and will not Clock they nro pronounced
SKSt-" You art; respect-
Your doctor ,'ll'1y 'VqiU'Sted to call at
you Our Store and
SAMPLK of the
- IS A
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it I'oivilso.
Largs Packages 50 Cts
& Lace Leather
laig.iiii in all Department's
Mauauoinoiii ol MISS K. CLARK. Ji3
50c. per month