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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 12, 189G.
MADE EOll TWO.
Jack Illnkston was hor slave bound
baud and foot to hor clmriot wheel, or
perhaps it would bo bettor to say now
that sho had taken to cydi'ujf, that he
was bound to her bicyclo whcoL She
had flouted him and scorned him for
upward of two years, and in despair
Jack set himself at undoing his bonds.
Jack hod heard that Cissio had taken
to tho bloyclo, but liO bailnovorHoen tho
young lady oh ft maohino. IFor tho past
weok or two Jack had avoided Cissie,
"hurt ho had taken out his bicyclo and
hud gone for a long wheel into tho
As ho cycled along a narrow country
thoroughfare ho heard behind him tho
Rliarp ring of a bicyclo bell. Something
in its imperativo ring, or clso tho fact
that ho was on a louoly road, caused
him to look over his shoulder, mid ho
nearly tumbled off his nmchino with
umncment and surprise.
Thcro was Cissio on tho top of a silver
plated machine, with tho very newest
and natty cut of an. advanced woman's
bicyclo costumo, clipping over tho (lis-
tanco nt o tremendous rato of speed, i
Sho passed him with a whir, giving j
him n saucy nod and ft salutation as
she went by.
"Stop a minute, Cissio. I want to tell
yon something. "
But tho young woman nover paid tho j
slightest attention. Sho bent over tho j
handle bars and raced down thatlauo in ,
a way to mako pedestrians' head swim.
Cissio disappeared round a comer, I
nnd when Jack curao to it sho was not I
to bo seen down tho long avenue.
Jack went on leisurely for a milo or
two, then ho jumped lightly off his ma
chine and trundled it nlong beside him.
Tho ro.ul had suddenly become very bad
and Jack thought it safer to wheel tho
bicyclo along by hand rather than rik
a puncturo on tho sharp Hint stones scat
tered with such profusion along tho way.
Near a little rustic bridge over a
clear stream at tho bottom of a dell ho
found what lie exacted to find ,i very
pretty girl, witli u most woebegone,
disconsolate look on her face, sitting on
tho grassy lunk, looking foiloruly at a
bicycle that lay on the load with tho
tiro of tho hind wheel collapsed.
"Hello, Oissiol" said Jack breezily.
"No, " snapped Cis-de. "I am not in
the h.ibit of tumbling."
"Ah!" said Jack. "I e what is tho
matter. Tho tire is punctured. I knew
that would happen. I shouted after yon
to tell yon of this bit of road, but yoo
would not listen."
"I did not hear you," said Cisie, at
which assertion Jaok raised his eye
brows with incredulity, which made
Cissio all tho more angry, especially as
sho knew sho was telling a thing which
was not true
"Well, I don't want any help from
you," sho said curtly.
"Why, of course not," returned
Jack, sitting down on tho opposite bank
and leaning his bicyclo against the.
hedge. "A person who comes out on a
wheel and riocMi't know how to mend
anything that goes wrong is simply a
silly fool. Ono can em you understand
ull about cycling, bec.iuso you have left
your nmchino lying on tho ground and
tho oil is running out of your lamp."
"It isn't your himp, and I cm surely
do wlrit I liko with my own. I don't
seo what right you havo to interfere."
"Bless yon, Cissie," said Jack, "1
am not interfering. I am not oven of
tering advice. I have never yet had tho
ple.tHMc of seeing a woman tako off a
pneumatic tiro uud mend tho inner
t uba This, of com so, you havo to do bo
fnro you can move on, for you nro miles
nway lrom any place, and oven if you
left your machine heio you would not
dare to walk homo in that idiotic cos
tume." Cissio blushed deeply, and tho toars
raino into her usually bright eyes. Sho
tugged nervously at tho bkirli of her
coat, and then, beeing what sho was do
ing and finding that they but scantily
covered her knees, sho looked for n mo
ment as if sho w ere going to burst out
crying, for it had taken somo bravery
to coiao out for the first time in kuick
eibockeis. "What business is it of yours, "she
cried, "how I am diessed? You aro
nothing to me, and I am Mire I don't
enro a penny for your opinion one way
or mint her."
"I don't suppose you do, " said Jack,
striking a mutch and lighting his pipe.
"I used to bo under tho impression that
ron know how to drchs. I mn not nny
longer. I used to think that yon could
not put on anything that would bo un
becoming. Now I hold no such opinion.
Still, I must K.iy that I admire vour
braveiy in coming out iii tho daylight,
whcio people cm bee you in such a rig.
Tho hard thing? you lrivo said to mo
when you had on a pretty lawn tennis
costume, for instance, do not affect mo
n bit when they are mid by one who
incioly looks liko a Kiucy, impndeiit
"Well, Ciss, when aro you going to
get at mending that tiro?"
"I I Idon't know anything about
tires," sobbed Cissio.
Cissio had bent her head upon htr
bands, which rested on tho saddle of her
cyolo. It was quite evident that sho was
In tears, and .Tuck, waiting for a reply,
EH I5S vHS eHeS
ronlNnflftrlni llh Tliront, T.nnar or AN nnu Mmkm
etomaih ('iiTflrrli.hcriif i t. -tlimn r ,fri u It. 1 1 .
Il, etc., will to iih hi it nn,i. I iilo it I'Jt. (inn.
1I."S I'TincnliVri; :m11,HI0N fi.r trial, full it
With Hood's Sorsapa
rllla, "Soles Talk," nnd
show that this medi
cine has enjoyed public confidence and
patronage to a greater extent than Any
other proprietary medicine. This is bo
causo it possesses greater medicinal merit
and produces greats cures than fmy other
It is riot what wo say, but what Hood's
Sarsaparllla docs, that
Tolls tho Story.
All advertisements of Hood's Sarsoparllln,
like Hood's Sarsaparllla itself, aro honest.
We havo never deceived the public, and
this with its suporlotlvo medicinal merit,
is why the people have abiding confldenco
in it, and buy Hood's Sarsaparllla almost
to tho exclusion ot all others.
Customors Want Hood's.
" We order Hood's Sarsaparllla in largo
quantities and it is the only blood purifier
which a druggist can buy in large quanti
ties without risk. It is soiling very rapidly
and customers who buy it onco aro suro
to call for Hood's tho next tlrao. Wo bo
ltcvc Hood's Sarsaparllla must possess
true merit in order to retain its popular
ity. Its sales exceed all similar prepara
tions and Us praises are often heard."
L. Sommer & Son, Springfield, Illinois.
Thousands of druggists say the same.
Is tlio best In fact the One True Iilooil 1'urlHcr.
Prepared only liy C. I Hood & Co., Iowell, Mass.
floro uf Hurl mi In
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.11 mill 'ii
lllj; ur iJu.i"
11 I. 'li'n
w,.,.,l,. rt:n nietlie only pills to tako
rlOOCl 5 PlllS vtUUUooa'sgjrsaparllia.
Ho"bron Drug Co., Agents.
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V3T My Hack does not lip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty the loud.
Hack No. 14
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MRS. THOS. WRIGHT,
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pnia Siitfiir stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
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1 Fine Cigars a Specialty
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BOARDING, -:- SALE -;- AND -:- LIVERY.
I-IARlSrESS --: A.3STD
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tho best of nttention (jivtn to nniimiln left with ns. Cnrcfnl drivcra, rosroctful
ntteulnnts, protnpluees. Hacks, buniesBinkos. Bugiics.PhuetonH, NngonatoH.
If Cures! Yes, Cures!!
Mrs. Utter Had Serious
Kidney and Brain
All Praise to the Great
Medicine That Made
MRS. FRANCES UTTER.
Paso Roiil.es, Cal., May 1, 1893.
"Wells, Richardson Sc Co.,
Gentlemen: I cannot speak too highly of Puino'ss Celery Compound. I
have just purchased the third bottle, and am sure that tho medicine, with God's
blessing, has relieved me of a serious adecliQii of kidney and brain trouble and
a stubborn case of rheumatism.
I feel very grateful that I was so fortunate as to learn of this Ilie&icilie
that makes people well.
I remain, -
Very respectfully, ' tyfaciJ folUo
ollister mm Co.,
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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