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and Bacon Hk
Instead of asking your dealer rtffyr&m WuM
for "Ham" or "Bacon," tell WlW5l
"him you want Swift's w Mi WWM.
PREMIUM, distinctive in kS&Sk WiM
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CORN-FED young porkers. WSW
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Swift Company, U.3.A. ' TKwSSprrk 1
3? your grocer cannot supply
you, enquire of
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Statement of Condition,
December 30, 1905.
'Cash on hand and In banks 43,245.48
"Stocks and other Investments C3G2.80
Uortgages, secured by real estato 7,000.00
leans, demand and time 180.1C9.32
Furniture and fixtures 4.019.30
.Accrued Interest receivablo 3,027.00
Aasots other than tboso specified above 7,567.48
40 per cent, paid In 80,000.00
Shareholders' liability 120,000.00
Undivided profits . . , 13,518.04
'Trust and agency accounts 173,575.44
Accrued Interest payable 190.65
.Liabilities other than thoso specified a'jovo 707.47
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Territory of Hawaii,
Islands of Oahu.
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of tho Henry Waterhouso Trust Company,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that the abovo Btatcmcnt Is truo to the best of my
laowlcdgo and belief.
" A. N. CAMPRKI.L, Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 2d day of January, 190C.
Notary Public, 1st Judicial Circuit.
-"JMrW Mu uy
love in his stomach
In ih manufacture o( Steams' Electric Rat and
Roach Paste, a peculiar chemical is used that when
swallowed by rats or mice feels Ilka a ted hot stove in
1 the stomach ana ucgins 10 ouru mem up; craieu oy
I this feeling alter having eaten
Rat and Roach Paste
they rush madly out of the house In search of water
and gasping lor air. in a te v moments an is over
and their bodies are burned up and Stearns'
lilectrlc Paste has once more proven that It Is
sure death to rats and mice. It also kills Cock
roaches, water bugs and all other vermin.
RIIIRINTFF Your roorwr will t refunded It
UU Artftn I L SUmtr,' Lltrlt Hit and Itoach
puts does pot do all that Is claimed tor It.
25c; Hotel slza (.'J.'V.IX) $1.00
tots' i ill diilin ir ihI iiprm inpul ntilit it srki.
STEARNS' ELEOTRIC PASTE CO.
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Willi i (UY
William Ellli Corey, the bend of the
gigantic steel trust, whose marital
trouble have recently attracted atteu
tlon, Is one of the younger set In high
finance and reached emlneuco In the
buslucss world nt nu ago when mniiy
men arc Just starting out on tho rond
to success. He was born In 1300 nt
Uraddock, Pa., and obtained his first
job nt sixteen In the laboratory of the
Edgar Thomson Hteel works. In bis
spare time be studied chemistry, Ills
work mid ability soon attracted notice,
nnd ho was sent to tho order depart
ment of tho Homestead Steel works.
At twenty-one he wan appointed super
intendent of tho pinto mill and open
WILLIAM n. ooncr.
benrtli department, nud ba was next
promoted to the armor plato depart
ment. In which ho Invented a now re
forging process that revolutionized
work of tho kind. From this time on
his advancement was rapid. Ho suc
ceeded Charles M. Hcbwab as general
superintendent of tho Homestead Hteel
works and subsequently succeeded him
as president of the Corupglo Steel com
pany. Later on bo succeeded Mr.
Schwab again In an Important post
the presidency of tho United States
Steel corporation. In this position ha
has drawn a salary of $73,000 a year.
Rumors of bla resignation from this
post In ronsoiuence of bis domestic
troubles have been In circulation. His
wife Is now In Nevada and is said to
Lave Instituted dlrorco proceedings.
Kllrn Trrr?' Scream,
Miss Ellen Terry is snld to have
"achieved her first stngo distinction by
screaming." In n play bearing tbo out
landish title of "Altar Cecil" sho had
to tako a snnko round her neck nnd
scream, and so realistic was her simu
lated horror at tho situation that the
scream electrified tho house.
ENDOW OLD AQE.
Roston, Dec. 28. John D. Rockefel
ler Is planning and has under consider
ation tho details of a scheme for an
endowment for old ago pensions iu
his surplus mlllious. Tho plans havo
not yet taken definite Bhape, but It Is
understood that they have made con
Never before has there been such a
probability that old ago pensions would
tie trid In this country and with a
Hacking that will insure their success.
Rockefeller U one of the few porsons
who could attempt to carry out such
a stupendous Idea, because ho has the
Immense olume of funds required for
plan of comprehensive proportlous.
In Ocrmany tho Government has In
'roduced compulsory old ago Insurance
hlch has the old age pension Idea
cbout It, because the Government con
tributes toward tho fund, and In New
.caiiiiid tho plan Is receiving consid
eration. Asldo from these two casus
hu scheme has not ndvanced far.
Captain Stubbs, Secretary of the LI v.
crpool Orphan Institution, Is one o'
the -few living persons who served on
Nelson's flagship Victory.
When your vitality ts low, you
are miserable all tho time.
Yon are languid and depressed, your
nerves are weak, sad your appetite Is poor.
did for the invalid daughter of a grateful
Uy dinghter bad for a long time been
troubled with violent headaches anil sleep
lessness. She was pale, had no appetite, and
was losing flcih rapidly. She tried various
remedlei, but reeeued no beneAt until ahe
commenced using- Ayer's Harsaparilla. After
taking half a bottle ahe began to feel better,
Dy a continued uie of this medicine her
appetite returned, her cheeks began to nil
out and show color, she gained In strength,
her headaches disappeared, sho slept Wter,
and now says she feels like a new person."
There are many Imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
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THE "GENUINE ARTICLE"
A new Industry has been started
but It's a secret by ,n number of in
genious people who tnako a practice of
turning machlno-madc calabashes Into
tbo gcnulna old-fashioned article that
was used years ago by well known Ha
walians. This Is done by means of
'ools and dirt and muscle.
The Inside of the calabash Is made
to look greasy arid as though it had
actually been used for years. Old dried
tol even may bo discovered In tho
cracks and crevices. And tho sides
nro nicked up and look old and hero
mhI tbero Is a patch showing where
perhaps "fifty or a hundred years
sgo," tho seller says, tho bowl was ac
cidentally broken In some manner,
and then repaired.
These old-timers can be made In
two days. They are Mild mostly to
he haolcs, who never know tho dif
ference, tnko tho purchase to tho
States and tilaco It on the parlor tn
blc, where forever and ever It will rest
and be tho subject of many on inter
esting story. This ageing process
more than doubles the prlco oi mo or
dlnary machlne-mado calabash. The
vender .carries only one at a ntno aim
lias tho curio's history down pat.
Denver, Dec. 28 Rattling Nelson,
king of tho lightweight pugilists, docs
not believe that siuccssful prizefight
ers arc bom to success. He cays it
takos years of experience and hard
work to become a ring general and
learn bow to 3iingc and handle danger
"A good ring general Is not neces
sarily one who has bad much exper
ience in the ring," tald Nelson recently.
"There are men who could fight twenty-five
years and yet not tie good ring
generals, but tho boxer who Bees things
und learns as ho fights, eventually
makes the general.
"I will call a good general a boxer
who knows when he Is winning, when
he Is losing and uses his head to help
him out of a hole. He must know bow
to sale himself when In distress. Ho
must find the weakness of the other
man and make the best of It. Ho must
know how to get out of the tightest
corners, the hottest mixes and the
fiercest rushes. All thU requires ap
plication and study.
"Jim Corbett wsb a first-class ex
ample of this sort of fighter. When
Jim met Jeffries nt Coney Island some
years ago he was up against n mini
who hnd weight, reach, height and tho
punch. Jim was merely putting his
cleverness and experience against all
that Jeff had. Ho stood up for twenty
three rounds and made tho big fellow
look sick. It wus bis knowledge of the
garr.o that pulled him through and
made him look llko a winner.
"When Jeff nuhod Jim sidestepped
and pecked him with hls.lcft. Jeff cow
ered him many times but tho clecr
Corbett was never held. Ho lilt nnu
was away beforo the giant could get
blm. That'll what you call generalship.
It Is nothing more than cleverness and
a good licau comblnsd.
"Tortuy Abo Alien Is probably tho
grcatcit ring general lu mo world. He
is not only a great boxer, but Is full ot
ull borts of tricKs that go to malto up
a good fighter. WUeu 1 (ought ulm at
r'luluileipnla. some months ago, ho was
u very tired boy the last lew tounds. 1
uuil HI in using all Ills skill to keep go-
n.b ineie, but ue iuoled mo at tnal.
"In clinches, when he Is tired, ho will
work away with Ills shoulders auu
urms, giving iliuse at tho ringside that
ue ts beating his man to death. Ho is
strong, too, nnd crowds you over to
the ropes to mako tho Impression
atronger. The other fellow knows that
no harm Is being done to him, but tuo
tpeiiuturs think that Abo Is Hammer
ing his man at will.
"liy boon or crook be wins. He is
entitled to It If they don't catch him
at IU Ho is past master, and fools lb
ciowd every time. 1 uon t bay tnat
Abe does this in every fight, but he did
It to me, aud dtd tnc same with UUie
"Old Rob ntzslmmons fooled a lot
ot people with his little tricks. I re
member when no fought ucorge uaru
ncr out In San Francisco a few yeurs
ago. 1 think It 'was In the filth round
that he put Gardner to tue Moor and
Knocked the knuckles of ills right band
out of place. No ono in the house knew
It but Hob.
"When the gong sounded for the next
rouud be made u wild right-hand swing
fdr Gardners Jaw with tho Injured
hand, and Gardner hung on liko it
Itcth. He thought that Fltz was try-
lug bard, but In reality ho was swing
Ing a foot over George's head and dia
not Intend to touch. him. Ho did the
tamo thing during the remainder of tbo
light and was given the decision.
"That was good generalship. Ot
course It was a very poor fight, but
for one who knew bow badly Fltz was
ori It was a great exhibition.
"it you aro a long-distance fighter
and have before you a slugger, who
tnjoys In-fightlng. you should do. as
the clever fellows do, clinch and wait
until the danger Is past, then jolt blm
with your long drives until he gets In
again. Some anxious or ambitious
boys, who are lacking In tbo punch,
get in occasionally and mix with a
(ellow, who bus a smooth man, and
put they go.
"Experience would have taught blm
to stay away Instead of trying to beat
the other fellow with the punch. It Is
only after years In the ring that they
learn this. That Is what makos tbcm
generals. They learn something In
every fight, and after they have battled
along fur a few years they are known
as foxes. They are ring generals then,
"They havo met all kinds of boxers
and know tho tricks. Tboy are full of
autldotes for this and that. That's
I what makes them great."
Fin Job Printing at the Bulletin.
.....j jjBatg. M ,ialasLl j... j.'.iii4," JUlritf jttfaii!feVihm'
TO HE BY WEN HE
Ohio, like Tuftiniui, bids fnir tu bo
Mine fm.iouq for the iimubi f of lu nu
thnrs In politics. One of Uh-v Is 111,
mayor elect of Tileilo. llininl Wb.t
lock, who Is nlillng Major Ton) John
sou to found up lb.- tefjtn ncnil-'nni
Sf the Hiick3;i Plato In the euufe-ciu'v
of major elect called nt ('let child
Mr. Whlllm-k l the author of "Tin
Thlrtci'iilli IMMrlet." "Her Infinite V
rletj-" mid other stories, nud ho Is IL,
man upon vhini the mmiUe of ' Go", .v
Rule" Jones has ftlleti. He was In-;
nt I'r'iaiia In IMS) nnd Is the sti nf
mlnlMcr. the Rev. Kilns I) Wh'tloek
Ho studied law nt I'prlngfleld. Ill . n-i
Ihere got nn n' gilt Into politics, IT
political atmosphere in which be fii'tin
himself nt tl... lillnoU state wpl .i!
1IATOR ELECT BnAND WIIITLOCK OF TO
LEDO. responsible for his turning nsldo from
the practice of law upon Ids entrnnct
to the bar nnd engaging lu newxpnper
work Instead, In which he won n repu
Intlon as u writer on political subjects.
Ho took up storj writing In coineotlou
with Journalism, nnd It was In this wny
that be brought out lu 1001 his most
famous work, "The Thirteenth Dis
trict," n stirring novel of politics.
A few years ago Mr. Whltlock en
tered sion the practice of tho legal pro
fession In Toledo. His Interest In the
kind of politics represented by the bite
Mnyor Samuel XI. .Tones led him to
support Hint successful reformer with
enthusiasm. He wns ono of the most
trusted friends of thy "Golden Rule
mayor." When the latter died tho cor
poration and machine politicians hup
posed that the rule of the Golden Rule
In Toledo wan at nu end. and stocks of
public service corporations took n linnm.
Rut Toledo bad learned well tbo les
sons tnucht by tho dead mayor, nnd In
the List eiee'lon the novel wrltlns liw
.ver, who bad been nointnntnl on n
Golden Rule plntfivtn, rillled the Inde
pendcntK to bin support and was nwcpi
Into olllce 1 1- ii large majority
I'rfim VllllpM Sttimlpolnt.
Teacher- Willie, I nsked you to put
an example on tho bonrd.
Willie Well, ain't dat er horrible ex
ample? New York World.
32d Degree of Mary Commandery, Phil-
delphla, Recovers from Brlght's
During conclave week In San Fran
clsco, Sir Knight Wm. II. Maneelcy ot
1901 N. Seventeenth street, Phlladol
phla, of Mary Commandery, called nt
the offtco of the Jno. J. Fulton Co. to
report his recovery.
He stated that bo had both Ilrlgbt's
Disease and Diabetes for 9 ycarB and
had gotten so low he could not speak
for a half hour at a time, and had to
be put In ice packs. A leading physl
clan sent blm word that ho had bad
several cases recover under a nropara
tlon made tn California called Fulton's
Compound. Manecley sent for IL The
third night be got tho first natural
sleep In months and Improvement was
then gradual but continuous, until be
is now tbe picture of health.
Among other well known Fhiladel
phlans who bad recovered be mention
ed Richard Filbert, Mrs. E. T. Snow
of 1815 Columbia avenue; also two
residents of Kensington, whom he told
ot It; also the wife ot a physician and
several others. Masons will know
how to approach Mr. Maneeley to get
the eternal truth as to the genuineness
of this profound discovery.
We again announce to the world the
curability of chronic Dright's Disease
and Diabetes In fully 87 per cent, of all
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When to suspect 11 right's Disease
weakness or loss ot weight; puffy an
kles, hands or eyelids; dropsy; Kidney
trouble after the third month; urine
may show sediment; railing vision;
drowsiness; one or more ot these.
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VHvil4t0 iHmUm tl
If we are cheerful, sympathetic and gay, the world responds In
kind; if we are gloomy and gray, the world sighs a solemn accompan
iment It Is a matter of fact that we largely get from the world In
proportion to what we give. The Idea that you have got to work for
happiness and brightness, actually paying for It In Its own coin, Is
true In every phase of life. It Is true of your home as of yourself. A
gloomy house will not attract cheerful people, and a dim light will
shadow a smile.
Have the light of lights, Electric Light, Installed In your home
and all will be light and happiness, and there will be never a shadow.
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$ Office King St., near Alakca
BUILDING MATERIAL j
HERE 20 PER CENT. LES3 THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON SHINGLES THAT (
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No. 2, 62 8TARR SHINGLES &1..25 PER M. '
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The Relief and Burial Association,
We now make our first assessment
fund; this fund Is Independent of our relief fund; from this fund the Funeral
and Burial expenses of deceased members are drawn.
Remember, we will refund your heirs or whoever else Is entitled to It,
every dollar that you may have deposited with us during life; If during Ufa
s member has paid In assessments, say, $20.00 or $30.00, this amount with as
much more, will be refunded, and the Funeral and Burial expenses are all
saved to the family of the deceased member.
For the sum of $5.50 your family Is protected In the hour of sad distress.
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HE NEEDS A GUARDIAN.
The business man who ts too busy ts
look after his health and personal
comfort needs a cuardlnn.
To notice dandruff and falllnf
hair Is beneath his Idea of business,
Later when incurable baldness cornel
he will waste money trying- to over-
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of one dollar to replenish our reserve
'Vlll Have It Too Late tor Herptclde,
come the result of his own ncglrct.
Some one at home should look after
him. At nrst slant ot dandruff
which Is a. contagious disease New
bro'a Herplelde should be used. It
currs dandruff and stops fulling- hatr
by distroylnf the dandruff germ. A
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