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i vcw nu. nna ttint'i n hoss or n differ
ent color," ho snhl Rrlinly.
finlomjr Jane put down her knlfp and
fork. Tills was certainly n nnw nrnl
different plinop of the situation. Hho
had never thought of It liefnro. ntnl,
strangely enough, for the Arm time she
became Interested In the mnn. "(lot
awny." she repeated. "Did they let
"Not much." said her father briefly;
"lipped bin cords nnd. Rolug down the
crude, pulled up Rhort. Just lllse n vn j
quoro ng'In n Inssood bull, almost drag-
gin the mnn lendln him off his bos', i
nnd they skyiitm! up the grndi'. Tor
that mntter, on thnt hoss of .Indce
Boompolntes'n lie mom hnve drncsfl '
the whole iwsse of 'em down on their
kneca of he llko.l. Sawed 'em right
too. Instend of Mrluglu lilin up afore '
the door or uliootln him on Bight, they
must nltow to tnko him down nforc the
hull committee for nu example. 'Ex
nmplo' be blowcdl Tlinr's example
enough when some stranger comes un
beknownst slap outer n mnn hnnged to
n tree nnd plugged full of holes. That's
on example, nud he knows wot It
inennK. Wot more do you wnut? But
then those vigilantes Is nllus cllngln
and hnugln outer some mere scrap of
Iho law they're pretemlln to despise.
It makes me slckt Why, when Jako
Myers shot your ole aunt Vluey's sec
ond husband nud I laid In wnlt for
Jake nfterwnrd In the Butternut hob
low, did I tic him to his hoss nnd
.fetch him down to your nunt Vluey's
cabin for nu example before I plugged
klm? No." In deep disgust. "Nol
Why, I Just iiienudcrcd through the
wood, cnrelessllke, till he comes out,
nud I Just rode up to him, nnd I said"
Itut Sal oin. v Jane had heard her fa
ther's story before. Even one's dear
est reln'it'es nre npt to become tire- I
Rome lu narration. "I know, dnd,"
he Interrupted, "but this yerc man,
this hoss thief, did he get clean nwny
without gettlu hurt at nil?"
"Uc did. and unless he's fool enough
to sell the boss he kin keep nwny too.
So, you see, you enn't ladle out that
purp stuff about n dyln stranger to
Rube, lie won't swnller It." i
"All the Riime, dad." returned tho
girl cheerfully, "I reckon to say It,
and say more. I'll tell Mm that of ho
manages to get nway, too, I'll marry
him there! But you don't ketch ltubo
takln any rucIi risks In gcttln kctched
or In gettln nwny nrtcr." I
Madison Ctny smiled grimly, pushed
back Ills chair, rose, dropped a per
functory kiss on his daughter's hair j
and, tnklug hjs shotgun from tho cor- ,
nor, departed on n peaceful Samaritan
mission to a cow tliut had dropped a
calf In the far pasture. Inclined ns lie j
was to Iteubcu's wooing from his eli
gibility as to property, he was con
scious that lie was sadly deficient In
certain qualltkw Inherent In the Clay
family. It eoitnlnly would bo ft kind i
Left to hcrxclf, Siilomy Jnno stared
a long .hllc at the coffeepot nnd then
called the two Hqunws who assisted
bcr In her licuxdiold duties to clear
away the things while she went up to
her own roam to uiake her bed. Her
feho was confronted with a possible
prospect of thnt proverbial bed she
might bo innklng In her willfulness
and on which she must lie In tho pho
tograph of n somewhat serious young
mnn of refined features. Reuben Wa
ters, stuck In her window frame. Sn
lomy Jane smiled over her Inst wit
ticism regarding him and enjoyed It,
llko your true humorist, nud then,
catching sight of her own linndsoino
face lu the little mirror, smiled again.
But wnsu't It funny nhout that horse
thief getting off after nil? Good
Lordyl Fancy Iteuben hearing he was
nllve nnd going round with that kiss
of hers set on his llpsl She laughed
ngnlu. n little more nbstractedly. And
ho hnd returned It llko n man, holding
her tight nnd almost breathless, nnd
he golug to be hnnged the next mlnutcl
Salomy Jane had been kissed at other
times by force, chance or stratagem.
In n certain Ingenuous forfeit game of
tho locality, kuowu as "I'm n-plnln,"
many had pined for a sweet kiss from
Salomy Jnne, which she had yielded
lu n souse of honor nnd fair piny. She
had never been kissed like this before
she would uover again nud yet the
man wus alive! And, behold, she could
see lu tho minor that sho wus blush
Ingl She should baldly kuow lilm ngaln
a young man with very bright eyes, n
flushed and sunburned check, n kind of
fixed look In the face nnd no beard
no, none thnt olio could feel. Vet ho
was not nt nil llko Itcubeu, not n bit.
Sho took Iteubcu's plctuio from tho
window nnd laid It on her workbox.
And to think die did not even know
this young man's uatnc! That was
queer to bo kissed by n man whom
Bho might never kuow! Of courso ho
knew hers. .She wondered If ho re
membered It nud her. But of course
he was so glad to get off with his llfo
that ho never thought of anything else.
Tot she did not glvo more thnu four or
flvo minutes to these speculations nnd,
llko a sensible girl, thought of some
thing clso. Onco ngaln, however, In
opening the closet she found the brown
hollnnd gown sho had worn on tho
day before, thought It very unbecom
ing and regretted that sho had not worn
her best gown on her visit to Red
Pete's cottage. Ou such nn occasion
sho really might bavo been moro Im
pressive. When bcr father camo home that
night, sho asked lilin tho news. No,
tbey bad not captured tho second horse
thief, who was still at largo. Judgo
Boompolnter talked of Invoking the
old of the despised law. It remalaed
thou to sec whether the horse thief was
fool enough to try to get rid of tho nnl
int Red Pete's body had been dr
inrrot to nls widow l'crlmpi It would
only be neighborly for Bnlomy .lam to
ride over to the funrrnl. but Knlomy
Jane did not tnlte to the suggestion
kindly, nor yet did she explain to her
father thnt, ns the other man wan still
living, she did tint rare to undergo n
second dlscitntug nt the widow's
hands. Nevertheless she contrasted
her situation with thnt of the widow
with n new nnd slngulnr satisfaction.
It might hnve been lted Pete who had
escaped, but he had not the grit of the
nnmeless on'. KW had already Bet
tied his heroic quality.
"You nlu't hnrklu to me, Salomy."
Salomy Jane started.
"Yero I'm nsklu you If you've seen
that bound. 'Phil I.arrabee, suenkln by
Salomy Jane hnd not. But she be
came Interested and self reproachful,
for she knew thnt Phil Ijirrahce was
one of her father's enemies. "He
wouldn't dare to go by yero unless he
knew you were out," she said quickly.
"That's what gets me," ho said,
(witching his grizzled head. "I've been
kind of thlnklu of Id in nil day, nnd one
of them Chlunmcn snld he saw him nt
Sawyers Crossing. Ho was a klud of
friend of Pete's wife. That's why 1
thought you might And out cf he'd
been there." Salomy Jane grow moro
self reproachful nt her father's self In
terest In her nelghborllness. "But that
ain't nil," continued Mr. Clay. "Thar
was tracks over the far pasture that
warn't mine. I followed them, nud
(hey went round nnd round the bouse
two or three times, ns cf they mout
have been prowlln. nud then I lost 'em
In tho woods ng'ln. It's Just like that
rnenkln bound l.nrrabcc to have been
lylu In wnlt for me nnd nfrnld to meet
t mnn fair nnd square In the open."
"You Just lie low. dad, for n dii.v oi
two moro and let me do n little prowl
lu." said tho girl, with sympathetic In
dlgnntlon In her dark eyes. "Kf It's
that skunk. I'll spot him soon enough
and let you know whar he's hldln."
"You'll Just slny where you nre. tti
lomy." said her father decisively
"This ain't no woman's work, though
I nlu't sayln you haveu't got morv
head for It than some men I kuow."
Nevertheless that night, nfter her
father hnd gone to bed. Salomy Jane
sat by tho open window of the sitting
room In nn apparent attitude of lan
guid contemplation, but alert nud lu
tent of eye nud ear. It was n tine
moonlit night. Two pluon near the
door, solitary pickets of the serried
ranks of distant forest, cast long shad
ows llko paths to tho cottnge and sigh
ed their Bplced breath lu the windows,
for there was no frivolity of vino or
flower round Salomy Jane's bower.
The clearing was too recent, the life
too practical for vanities like these.
But the moon added a vague elusive
ncss to everything, softened the rigid
outlines of the sheds, gavo shadows to
the lldless windows and touched with
merciful Indirectness tho hideous de
bris of rcfuso gravel and the gaunt
scars of burned vegetation before tho
door. Uveu Salomy Jane was affected
by It and exhaled something between
a sigh itud n yawn with tho breath of
the pines. Then bho suddenly sat up
light. Her quick car had caught a faint
click, click, In the direction of tho
wood. Her quicker Instinct nnd rustic
training enabled her to determine thnt
It wns the ring of ft horse's shoe ou
lllnty ground. Her knowledge of the
locality told her It camo from tho spot
" rceJ.otioJ loit were a c'iost,"
whero tho tiall passed over nn outcrop
of lllut scarcely n quaitcr of n mllo
from where sho sat nud within the
clearing. It was no errant stock, for
the foot was shod with Iron. It was a
mounted trespasser by night and bod
ed no good to a man like Clay.
Sho rose, threw her shawl over her
bead moro 'for dlsgulso than shelter
and passed out of tho door. A sudden
Impulse made her seize her father's
hotguu from the corner whero It stood
not that sho feared any danger to
herself, but that It wns nn excuse.
Bho mnde directly for the wood, keep
ing In the shadow of the pines as long
ns sho could. At tho fringe sho halted.
Whoever wns there must pass her bo
foro reaching the house.
Then there seemed to bo a suspense
of all nature. Everything was deadly
still. Even tho moonbeams appeared
no longer tremulous. Then there was
a rustle ns of some stealthy animal
among the ferns, nnd then a dismount
ed man stepped Into tho moonlight. It
was tbo horse, thief, tho man Bho had
I I lliifiK.' ,
tuii'.WM.sii; m . ' '
for n wild moment n stranre rnnry
seized her usuntly sane Intellect nnd
stirred her temperate blood. The news
they hnd told her wns not true. Ho
hnd been huug. and this wns his
ghost! He looked as white nnd spirit
llko In the moonlight, dressed In the
lame clothes, ns when nhj saw him
kist Iio hnd evidently seen her np
pronchlng nnd moved quickly to meet
tier, but In his hnste he stumbled
slightly Sho reflected suddenly thnt
ghosts did not stumble, nnd a feeling
of relief enme over her. And It wns
no nssnssln of her father thnt had
been prowling around, only this tin
, happy fugitive. A momentnry color
enme Into her cheek. Her coolness
and hardihood returned. It wns with
a tinge of snuclness lu her voice that
I "I reckoned you were a ghost."
"It's a little riskier comln back
alive." she said, with n levity that died
on her lips, for n slngulnr nervousness,
half fear nnd half expectation, wns be
ginning to tnko the plnco of her relief
of n momeut ngo. "Then It was you
who wns prowlln round nnd makln
tracks In the far pasture?"
"Yes: I came straight yero when I
i She felt his eyes were burning her,
but did not dare to raise her own.
, "Why" she began, hesitated nnd end
ed vnguely, "How did you get ycreT"
"You helped me."
"Yes. That kiss you gnvo mo put
llfo lutcr me. gnvo me strength to get
awny. I swore to myself I'd come
back nnd thnt It you, nllva or dead."
Every word he said she could have
anticipated, so plain tho situation
seemed to her now, nnd every word ho
I snld she knew wns the truth. Yet her
cool common souse struggled against
"Wot's tho use of your cscapln cf
you're comln back yero to be kctched
ng'ln?" she snld pertly.
He drew a little nenrer to her, but
seemed to her the more nwkwnrd ns
he resumed her self possession. His
voice, too, wns broken ns If by exhaus
tion ns ho snld, catching his breath at
"I'll tell you. You did more for mo
than you think. You mado another
man of me. 1 never hnd a man, wo
man or child do to me wot you did. I
never hnd a friend, only a pnl like lied
Pete, who picked me up 'on the shares.'
I want to quit this yl-rc wot I'm doln.
I wnut to begin by doln the squaro
thing to you." He stopped, breathed
hard and then said brokenly: "My hoss
Is over thnr, staked out. I want to
give him to you. Judge Boompolnter
will give you $1,000 for him. I ain't
lyln. It's Cod's truth. I saw It on the
handbill ng'ln n tree. Take him. nnd
I'll get nwny afoot. Tnko him. It's
the only thing I can do for you. nnd 1
know It dou't half pny ror wo,t you
did. Take It. Your father can get a
j reward for you cf you can't."
Such were the ethics of this strange
locality that neither the man who
made the offer nor the girl to whom It
was made was struck by anything that
seemed Illogical or Indelicate or at nil
Inconsistent with Justice or the horso
tb.ers real conversion. Salomy Jane
nevertheless dissented from another
and weaker reason.
"I don't want your hoss. though I
reckon dnd mout. But you're Just
Btnrvlu. I'll get suthln." Sho turned
toward the house.
"Say. you'll take the boss Hist." he
said, grasping her hand. At tho touch
she felt herself coloring and struggled,
expecting pel Imps another l;lss. Itut ho
dropped her baud. She tinned again
with n saucy gesture, snld. "Ilnl" on;
I'll come light back." mid slipped
uwny, the mere shadow of n coy mid
llylug nymph In the moonlight. iiutll
she reached tho house.
Here she not only procured food und
whisky, but ndded a long dust coat and
hat of her father's to her burden. They
would serve ns n disguise for him nnd
hide that heroic figure, which sho
thought everybody must now know ns
she did. Then she rejoined him breath
lessly. But ho put tho food nnd whisky
"Listen," he said. "I'vo turned tho
boss Inter your corral. You'll find htm
thnr In the mornln, nnd no one will
know but thnt ho got lost nnd Jolued
the other bosses."
Then she hurst out: "But you-youl
Wot will bocomo of you? You'll bo
"I'll mnnngo to get away," ho said
In n low voice, "ef of"
"Ef wo't?" she said tremblingly.
"Ef you'll put the heart lu me ng'ln
as you dldl" he gasped.
Sho tried to laugh, to movo nwny.
She could do neither. Suddenly ho
caught her In his arms, with n long
kiss, which sho returned ngnln and
ngalu. Then they stood embraced ns
they had embraced two days before,
but no longer tho snmc, for the cool,
lazy Salomy Jane had been transform
ed Into nuother woman, a passionate,
clinging savage. Perhaps something
of hor father's blood had surged with
in her at that supreme moment, Tho
man stood erect nnd determined.
"Wot's your uamo?" sho whispered
quickly. It was n womnn's quickest
way of defining her feelings.
"Your first uuiuui"
"Let mo go uow, Jack. Llo low In
tho woods till tomorrow sun up. I'll
Ho released her. Yet sho lingered a
moment "Put on those things," sho
eald, with a sudden happy flash of
eyes nnd teeth, "nnd llo closo till 1
come." And then sho sped away home.
But midway up tho distance she felt
her feot going slowor, and somothlnir
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AND PEIlSONAti PROPERTY.
Pursuant to an ordor mado hy Hon
orahlo A. Perry, Flrat Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Circuit,
filed tho 31st day of January, A. U.
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ON SATURDAY, MAHCH 3d, 1900.
At 12 o'clock noon of that day, all the
right, tltlo and interest of Oenevlovo
Dowsctt, Marlon C. Dowsett, being an
undivided one-twelfth Interest each of
said minors, and also tho one-twelfth
Interest of Madeline C. K. Dowsett and
Annto H. K. Dowsett, Minors, In tho
Estate of James I. Dowsett, deceased,
innndtonll those certain pieces and par
eels of land situate on tho Islands of
Oahu, Maul. Hawaii and Molokal, and
moro particularly described as follows:
1. Tho land situated In Nuuanu Val
ley, Island of Oahu, described In deed
from John H. Wood to tho Honolutu
Dairy Company, dated April 30th, 1892,
nnd recorded In tho Registry of Convey
ances In Honolulu In Liber 130, at
pages 174 to 177. Containing an area
of 271 acres moro or less.
2. Tho land situated at Kapalama,
In Honolulu, Island of Oahu, known as
tho Akcpo lot, being a part of Royal
Patent No. E572, and described In deed
made bv Kaaca and J. W, Akcpo to
James I. Dowsott, dated the 3d day of
February, 1882, nnd recorded In Liber
73, on pages 210 to 212. Containing an
area of 1.13 acres.
3. Tho land situated at Apua, In Ho
nolulu, described In deed from A.
Francis Judd to David Kahanu, dated
March 21st, 1870, recorded In Liber 29,
on pages 424 and 425, and tho land do
scribed In tno deed from John O. Dom
InlsandE. Mania, Administrators of tho
cstato of Josla Kaaukal, to David Ka
hanu, dated Juno 7th, I860, and re
corded In Liber 21 on pages 313 and 316,
nnd In a deed from Kahananul and
Kcohokll, her husband, and Kaluahtne
to David Kahanu, dated September
14th, 186G, and recorded In Liber 22, on
pages 10G and 107.
4. Tho land situated at Kakaako, In
Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Mookoloho and Nalnoaolua to David
Kahanu, dated March 30th, 1880, and
recorded in Llbor C3 on pages 415 and
41G. Containing an area of 1-5 of an
5. Tho land at Aala, on Llllha street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed from
Nlka and Punlakala, his wlfo, and
Keaka to David Kahanu, dated Octobor
9th, 1869, and recorded in Liber 29, on
pages 40 and 41; also tho land de
scribed in the deed from John Thomas
Waterhouso and Eleanor, his wlfo, to
David Knhanu, dated January 25th,
1878, and recorded In Liber 56, on pages
63 and 64; also land described In tho
deed from Kla Nahaolelua and Nnhelo
to David Kahanu, dated January 10th,
1876, and recorded in Liber 49, on
pages 385 nnd 386. Containing nn
area of 3.03 acres.
6. The land sltuato on King street,
In Honolulu, described In tho deed
from F. M. Hatch to James I. Dowsett,
dated October 18th, 1888, and recorded
In Liber 115, on pages 66 and 69. Con
taining nn area of 17-100 acres.
7. The land sltuato at Kapahaha, Ka
palama, In Honolulu, being a portion of
Apana 1, Royal Patent No. 2256, L. C.
A. 2440D.; described In tho deed from
Thomas Carry and Mary, his wife, to
James I. Dowsctt, dated Juno 14th,
1837, and recorded In Liber 106, on
pages 193 and 194. Containing an area
of 1900 squaro feet
8. Tho ono undivided half of the
lands situated In Honolulu, known ns
tho land of Kahnohno and Kahololoa,
L. C. A. 153 to Win. Sumner, dated
March 5th, 1849.
9. Tho land situated nt Puhawal,
walanao, Island of Oahu, described In
Royal Patent 1073, L. C. A. 7465, nnd
in tho deed of Pino and Klnlnkua to
James I. Dowsctt, dated April 30th,
1883, and recorded In Liber 110, on
pago 256. Containing nn area of 6.71
10. Tho land situated on Poarl River
Day near Honolulu, known as Puuloa,
containing nn area of 2224 acres, and
described by metes and bounds In tho
deed from Kekanonohl to Isaac Mont
gomery, dated September 7th, 1849, and
recorded In Liber 4, on pago 4.
11. Tho land situated nt Honoullull.
at Ewa, on tho Island of Oahu, com
prising 86 acres, more or less, now un
der lease to Sing Chong & Co.
12. Tho land situated nt Kapalama,
Island of Oahu, described in Royal
Patent 2386 Issued to John Meek, and
comprising 9 58-100 acres; and also
tho land situated at tho samo place part
of tho Hi of Kahuopa described in L. C.
A. 8515, Apana 1, Part 1, and com
prising 1 728-1000 acres, moro or less,
which said two last mentioned parcels
of land nro now bold under lease dated
September 15, 1896, by Y. Ah In.
13. Tho land situated on tho Island of
Maul, known, as Roso Ranch, compris
ing all tho lands described In certain
Royal Patents and deeds as follows:
all tho lari described in tho deed from
Parker N 4 ihco others to James
I. Dowsd , atcd March 3d, 1886, and
recorded jn I Iber 101, on pages 200 ct
sep.; also th I leasehold estates In the
following lat ds: Leaso of tho Hawa
iian Government of tho Ahupuaa of
Kanala to Cathcrlno N. Makeo, No. 292,
dated February 9th, 1881: Leaso from
John M. Kapona to James Makeo dated
Dccombcr 22d, 1876, and. recorded in
Liber 47. on page 493, Containing an
area of 21.650 acres.
14. Tho land known ns Kaulu sltuato
at Ewa, Island of Oahu, being part of
Hoacae. Containing an area of about
15. Tho land with an orango grove
situated nt Hana, Island of Maul,
known aa Dowsett's land. Containing
an area of 1ft acres.
16. The taro land situated on the Isl
and of Molokal, described in Royal
17. The land situated at Walpio, on
tho Island of Hawaii, known as Dow
19. Tho land situated at Kapulona,
liTHnnnkaji. island of Hawail.'forsMrly.
leased to J, M. Horner ft uont ana now
occupied under said leaso by the Pa
clllc Sugar Mill, Containing an area
of 17V4 acres. ,
Also tho lensohold estates in the fol
lowing lands: Tho land of Halawa. the
land of Kahaulki, tho land of Leilehuo,
tho land of Mikllua, tho land of Nana
kull nud tho land of Alca, all situated
on the Island of Oahu.
Athn nil tho llvo stock bolonftlnjc to
tho Estate of James I. Dowsett, dc-C
ccaseu. comprising: ouuu uraiu m ;-
tie, more or less, 60 head of oxen and
hulls, and 213 head of horsea and
mules. ... . .
Also all and slngulnr, tho landa, chat
tels, choses In action, and property,
real nnd personal, belonging to tho
Estate of James I. Dowsett, deceased,
or to which said Estato may bo en
titled, whether herein enumerated and
specified or not.
Terms of salo aro Cash In U. 8. Gold.
Deed nt tho expense of purchaser. For
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F. C. Athkhton, Assistant Cashier,
F. W. Macfarlane,
E, D. Tonnoy,
J. A, McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, issue Lotters of Credit.
Ordinary and Tor in Deposits received,
and Interest allowed In acoordanoe with
rules and conditions printed in Pass
books, copies of which 'may be had upon
Tie First American Bank
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of the
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
TBfi BANK OF HiWJkC '
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. G.
Cooper and H. M.Von holt
DRAW EXCHANGE ON: -
San Francisco The Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan nnd f
Now York J. & W. Seligman & Com
pany. London The Anglo-California
Paris Socletlo Gencralo.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and Yokohama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia.
Australia The Union Bank of Ansj
uanaua name oi oiomreni. i
neriin uernruaer Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
THE LAST CAR.
The last cars of tho King street Una
going to Waiklkl and Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. Tho cleverest mixolo
gists In the city are there always to
put you up anything you may desire.
Drop in and tako a drop before you.
tako tbo car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer Is to bo had here on draught A
full tine of liquors, Including the fa
mous Jesso Moore Whiskey, etc., al
ways on ban-. Received per Warri
moo, Rainier Bock Beer on draught.
The Anchor Saloon is here to please ls
American Messenger Service, Ma
sonlo Temple. Tel. 444.
Livery and boarding etablea tav
been established by tho Club Stables at
Long Branch, WalklkL
There Is only one Jesse Moore Whis
key In the world and that la cold ana
pure. Lorejoy ft Co. are dtotrikutora
tor the Hawaiian Wanda