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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 18. 18.
TWO ATI) LOVE.
It.wna a moist, uuplonfl.int day. Tlio
niln hmlbcKmi Immediately nftcr break
fnst, nml now at 11 o'clock It looked
liko raining till tlio crack of doom. I
hnd wnndcrcd tip and down pecking con
genial company and, finding nono, had
flnally cast anchor in tlio billiard room,
whero I practiced tho spot Btroko.
I had nmdo a break of nino and was
beginning to feel moro cheerful, when
suddenly tho door opened nud Miss An
"Oil," sho raid, as sho flhut tho door
and Htood with her hands bohind her
upon tho handle, ' 'I thought it vus Mr.
"It 1h a better and a poorer man,"
I said, renting my cue on the floor "Do
you want to And Mr. McDonald?"
"Yea not it doesn't mutter," said
"IVrlmpi you can say it to mo as
veil?" I suggested. Misn Anstruther
thought a moment or two und then
shook her head.
"No; I couldn't say It to you."
It may have boon my fancy, but. T
thought that Mis Anstruther bluslied.
"Anyway," I said cheerfully, "if it
doesn't matter, you como mid play bil
liards with mo. I'm lonely."
"But I play very badly, "flaid Miss
Anstruther, doubtfully. "I don't think
I ever played seriously. "
"Well, thia won't bo serious, " I said,
selecting a light euo mid chalking tho
tip. "Now, all j"ou huvo to do is mako
your ball hit tho red nnd go into n
pocket, or put tho red into pocket or
"Oh, dear I" said Miss Anstruther,
"what a lot to think about There!
Wltnt does that count?"
"Ono to me," I said, and missed nn
"Why wero you so funny last night?"
said Miss Anstruther.
"I urn never funny," I said; "sorious,
humorous stupid perhaps but not
MifcH Anslrnther nimed wildly. Her
ball went twico round tlio tablo and hit
"How provoking!" sho said.
Then she lifted her chin and rested it
en tho tip of her cue.
"You know what I mean," sho said.
"Why did you leavo mo ulono nil tho
evening with Mr. MeDonnld?"
"Voll."I said, "I was talking let
mo hee to Miss Bates."
"You found her amusing?"
"ftot nmusing. Better pretty."
"Oh, yon couldn't call her pretty.
"Decidedly pretty in hcrvrny. Now
you nro plain, aren't you?" I said,
seeing a likely cannon.
"I beg your pardon," aaid Miss An
"I mean I'm playingwith Epot By
Jovo!" I exclaimed as I turned nway in
disgust nftcr missing tho cannon.
"There ho is."
"Whom?" asked Miss Anstruther.
"Mr. McDonald, walking up nnd
down in tlio garden, smoking n cigar, in
tho rain. Shall I whistlo hinriu?"
"Oh, no!" said Mihs Anstruther.
"Why not?" I nsked, facing round
toward her. "I thought you wanted to
"Oh, there's no hurry no immedinto
hurry," said she. "Ho doesn't leavo
till this afternoon. "
"I thought it might bo something im
portant, " I said.
"It is important," said Miss An
Btrutlier. "Oh, you are horrid!" bIio
continued, stumping her foot. "Yon
know miitowoll what I shouldn't toll
you. should I?"
"But yon haven't told me," I said
"Oh, bnt you can gucts," said Miss
Anstruther, shaking her head. "You
must huvo noticed something. And
I'vo no right to Buy anything about it."
I paused judicially.
"It fcecniH," I said after an appropri
ate interval, "qui to a suitablo arrange
ment. Mr. McDonald is very wealthy."
"Yes," said Miss Austruthcr reflect
ively, "ho has money. But, then, so
"That is what makes it so suitable,"
"But," said Miss Anstruther, lifting
her eyebrows pathetically, "ho's
"Thut is true, " I said. "But wo all
liavo our. faults. And poverty's tho
worst of them."
"I don't think so," said Miss An
"Mrs. Anstruther thinks so," I re
plied. "Yes, of course, you could seo mam
ma wanted" Miss Anstruther tapped
tho floor with her foot.
I turned to tho window and watched
Mr. MoDom.ld walking up and down
in tho rain.
"It hupi.eiKd lust night, "cho eaid
Budtlenly, '.hc:i you v.eio"
"What happened?" I asked.
"I am not engaged."
"Not engaged? Then what nro you
"You nro stupid. Don't you under
stand? That's what I huvo to deeidi-
to tell Mr. MuDonuId this morning
boforo ho goes invar. Oil, I oughtn't to
" There are fads In mcdiclno as well u
In othor things," said a busy druggist,
"but tho most remarkable thing about
Hood's Sariaparllla Is that customers who
try other remedies all como back to
Hood's, and this is why tho enormous
alosof this medlcinokoop up whilo others
and in a short timo go out of sight en
tlrcly, to bo heard from no more."
"Why is it?" "O, simply bocouso
Hood's Sarsapnrilla has more real curatlvo
merit than any medicine I over sold."
This is of daily occurronco in almost
every drug store. Hood's Sarsaparllla is
the standard remedy which has cured
more siokness, relieved moro distress and
made moro happiness by bringing peoplo
health than any other medicine Its
wonderful cures of tho worst cases of
scrofula, running sores, ulcers, salt rhoutn,
etc.; of dyspepsia and othor troubles
where a first class tonic and aid to diges
tion was needed; of catarrh, rheumatism,
malaria and other troubles arising from
or promoted by impure blood, havo made
The standard the Ono Truo Blood Twiner.
u it ri! aro tho only pllli to tako
llOOuS HlllS with llood'sBarsaparllla,
Hobron Drug Co., Agents.
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nnjpcrmanent relief until I used Paine' s Celery
Compound which completely cured mc.
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Mrs, Brentner Completely Prostrated
Every Month with Nervous
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Sak Jacinto, Cai..
Dear Sirs: I have buffered i-everely with
nervous bick headuclieb, witli which I was
troubled every month, The pain was so severe
that it completoly prostrated me and it
seemed to mc Unit I idioiild go cnizy. I hud
tried all kinds of lemedieb without obtalniiig
m - ml
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Khttle Fai.l.s, Wash., Dec. 9, 1S94.
Gentlemen : 1 have talcen only two bottles
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better that I abandoned its U30 for a
timo, but my old stomach double made its ap
pearance again, I procured another bottle in
.September und after using that 1 felt well,
HOLLISTER DRUG Go.,
Wholesale Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands
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