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EVENING DUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 190C.
A BOOM TO
After four years of rain endeavor to regain
ber health by taking other medicine, Miss
Bcatrlco Wood was mado a perfectly well
woman by taking Wine of Cortlul, tho most
successful menMrunl regulator and woman's
tonlo known to the science of medicine
She- took Wlno of Cordul ,aud that is what
wo advlso you to do.
Will you follow her example and b a
Wo could show yon letters from 10,000
other women who nralso Wlno of Cardul as sho praisos It.
No. U Main St., Fkhsacola, Fla., Kot. 20, 1003.
I had been lufTcrlmr with irregular, scanty and most painful menstrn
atlon, and when tho periods occurred I was unable to bo up and had to stay
In bed for a day or two. Nothing I took hcljed mo until I used V ine of
Cardul. It proved to bo Just what I needed. Within two months tho
serious pain hail disappeared, my hcadachis were less frequent and not so
sevcro and felt very much encouraged, but had to use your medicine for
four months Wforo I was entirely well and regular. I have enjoyod the
finest health now for eighteen , -7, .
months. I ain cry regular and Z? o-t71 , 9ei7-tfJ
havo no nioro pains and cat and IJ-MfL stf f
sleep as well as could bo desired. nuinii, asts aku cum nas.
I Bootrico WoodX
1. Sensation produced by want ol
2. Having courage.
3. Interior of n ship.
4. Something to regulate form.
0. A precious tnctnl.
Sells on its merits and is proclaimed by thou
sands of Housewives to be the
CHAMPION BREAD MAKER
A flour that will make the best bread will
also make the best cakes and pastry.
GIVE IT A TRIAL
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Grocery Department 'PHONE, Private Exchange S
s YWT 1 . 7
i ne w iscsi
Burial Insurance l at Important and beneficial In Its way as life
It costs but little to Join the HARRISON MUTUAL BURIAL AS
SOCIATION. Just $6.00 membership fee and a very occasional as
sessment of one dollar when extraordinary emergency ao demands.
Since the Association waa formed there have been only three assess
ments and the average cost to each member for the burial of a de
ceased member has been lest than 2 2-3c.
Everything connected with the business of the Association la open
to the moat searching examination. Neither agnets nor officers of
the organization receive remuneration from the monies collected, the
Association's Income being used solely for burial purposes.
For further particulars apply to
T. 'PHONE MAIN 411.
Xn, HOO. Illtilrnte.l
FRIENDS TO DINNER
A uiiliier party rtnong well bred ru
ral folk l more cujojahle than a like
entertainment In tho city generally Is.
I'or ono thing, tho food In better. Tin
delicious pumpkin pic, the fat, lender
luultry, the sweet ami hanl elder, the
rich erenm mid delicious frch buttet
arc such its money cannot buy In the
Tle hour for the rural dinner Is tmi
nlly fixed nt 2 or 3 o'clock In the after
noon, nil that Is most convenient fot
An old time sung.
Xn. nnr. UhIiciiiiv,
What Is that wo recvlvo without bo
lus thankful for, which wo enjoy
without knowing how wo received It,
which we give nway to others without
knowing where It Is to Ih found and
which we loo without being conscious
of our loss?
No. 31H.illen srnnnyins.
A different namo for tho sumo onl
Dial will bo found, lu each of these
A small. Industrious llttlo hcast.
Assisting all mankind.
He's found both east and south and west.
Ills hidden name now And.
This little beast has various names.
And here a a second hidden.
fly burrowing deep you'll find It sure.
Now do as you are bidden.
He's found wherever ou can find
The Spanish don Key West, Esperansa,
In Lima. Mexico, Madrid
And also, reader. In this stanza.
No. 300. Word square.
1. A ltusslnn coin.
3. A person obstinately wedded
0. To penetrate.
I'or formal dinners In the city en
Km vol Invitations must bo lulled tut
weeks In mlriuicc. In the country tin
Invitations mil be sent n week In nd
vnncc. They nrc generally neatly writ
ten on plain nolo paper of Rood quality
They simply say that "Mr. nnd Mr
Wllllnm I'crklns request tho pleasure
of your company to dinner on Ihurs
day, Dee. 14. nt 2 o'clock," or vthalevcr
hour Is selected.
American farm people who Inve
proper respect for themselves, nnd their
liohlo vocntlon feel It Ineiiinbent on
themselves to bo as well up In rvllncil
social usage us the millionaire folk
In sending it dinner Invitation the
husband's name as host Is always in
eluded nloug with that of hit wife as
hostess. In nn Invitation to n mere
afternoon ten, howeicr, only the host
ess' nnmu 1 used on tlio card The per
son reoelrliiK the Juiltntlou would Ira
Tny every attention to Jour sick
members mid those who may bo In any
form of distress, snjs the Oregon lte
porter. Even though tlio member In
trouble may hot he nn attendant at the
lodge mid may thus have forfeited any
claim for tho nctiic sympathetic atten
tion of hit brothers, yet tho duty U
still w It la us, nnd It should bo cheerfully
performed. Attentions of this kind of
ten n waken tho sick or dlstrcscd mem
ber mid his family to a realization of
what fraternity meant, amicus klisl
words and kind deeds nro not only their
own reward, but bring excellent prac
The Jurisdiction of Washington has n
present membership of 8,(100 nnd many
nctlut lodges Unit me doing good wort..
In ttiu California Jurisdiction new
members are ndmlttcd only on the level
Tho grnnd master of Nebraska re
cently said, "Our death losses nro being
paid promptly, nnd wo baio sulllcient
fund on band nt nil times under out
new law lo.meot all our liabilities."
In the unexpected dentil of W. H,
ltolnon. I'. 8. M. W., general counsel
ami chnlruinn of tlio Inw eouimltteo of
the supremo hxlgo, that body mid the
order nt large has lost one of It ablest,
most loyal end most fearless members.
II H f J
Itiifail Tfftl kIiI turn of Amerlrn
Tlio Hnynl XvlRlfliort of Amcrlon x
n ttefert lk ! nuitSftl es alAAllitn I
,r;;:..r.ir, ,;;'-,.,"' :."; ' of "tending financial
should ho lii tlte third person, like tho
Invitation thus: "Mr. (or Mrs. or Miss)
Dash Itlnuk nci-opls with pleasure Mr,
and Mrs. Wllllmn IVrklus' luvltutlon
for Thursday, Dec. 14."
In case one cnnimt ntlend, then,
"Mrs. Hash Itlnnk regrets very much
thnt sho will bo unable to accept Mr.
and Mrx. 1'erkltis' kind luvllntlon for
Tlmrsdny, Dec. 14," but It It n grots
breach of cthpiette, hating once nc
cepted the Invitation, not to lie present.
Nothing Is so Irritating to n bottets ns
to find thnt her guests who promised
to Ih present on n given occaslou fall
to keep their promise.
Xn. 400 A Tnnulp of Vines.
1. A sttect tomboy, ,
2. Held Ptiturdny nights at summer
U. May bo spelled with two letters.
4. Wlicro to get brass Instruments.
5. What should a Hollander smoke?
0. A coin moil lot.
7. A beautiful sunrise.
Mo. -101, Sntlractlona.
II Hubtrnct n good fortuno from cour
age and leave a letter.
2. Hubtrnct n pile of liny from a
puncture mid lenvo n letter.
Secretary's Office, 134 BERCTANIA ST.
YOU CAN BUY
HEBE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON SHINGLEB THAT
Talk For Themselves
NO. 1. 52 CLEAR 8HINQLE3 S3.50 PER M.
No. 2, 6-2 STARR SHINGLES S3.25 PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JUST A8 CHEAP. BIQ 8TOCK OP
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), SCREEN DOORS, SASH AND
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA 8TREET, MAUKA BAILORS' HOME.
., -102. Hereraed Htven.
In eneh of the following sentences Is
concealed tho namo of u river, tlio let
ters forming It being reversed.
1. Thoto who nro bitten by n rattle
snnko seldom recover.
2. Sklbo castlo Is tho home of a great
3. l'red offered to go for n doctor.
4. When I was lu Cairo I hoped to
visit the pyramids.
0. Tho opal Is n beautiful gem.
0. Those who honor tlio flag lovo their
An old woman lu a red clonk was
crossing a field In which a goat was
feeding; what a strnngo transforma
tion took placol Tho goat turned to
butter, nnd the woman becamo a scar
Thcro Is far too much free nnd easy
performnnco nt the Aiuerlcnii dinner
table. Katlng Is not it pleasant proe
ess to look at, nt best, mid It should be
restrained within strict IhiiiiuM of do
coritui nnd made to iippvnr us sightly
benefits In ISO.", mid since that time
tho contributions to the fund bnvc mndo
It possible to send to tho licncflclarlcs
of deceased Neighbors $2,3(k-.,2ul.(KI.
Under tho ruling of tho supreme or
acle, robes may bo worn In public.
COUNTY TRKASUHKH'S OlVICK
MNN COUNTY, Iowa
CHAS U. CA11UOM,, County Treasurer
JAMK3 II. TRAVIS, Deputy
VINCKNT U. IUIUA, Clerk
tiioy chi:micai CO.,
Illnghamton, N, Y.
Gentlemen; In September. 1901.
whllo In a rncc my horso Harry Temp
ter was bumped on tho left foro ten
Jon with a blko wheel, causing a bad
huiso. which lert an enlargement.
During the fall, wlntccand spring I
rlcd all KortH of liniment and blisters
without satisfactory results, and I was
ifrald he would not stand training cm
lint account. Seeing your nd. for
Albion, Ind., Nov. 15, 1301.
TUOY CIICMICAI, CO.,
Dlughamlon, N. V.
Gentlemen: I purchased a bottlo off
"Sao-thc-Ilorse," last spring, to user
nn a curb that hnd been laming u
horso for nearly a year. I bad ireedJ
several other remedies, but they failed
to work. I only used "Save-thcJIorso"'
a few times when all lameness stopped!
and tho horso has been bothered wltU
it no more I had another horso go
Inmo nllh a bad splint and a few ap
plications fixed him all right. I thtnlc
your euro Is all O. K., and well wortl
Ily No Means Hare.
There was a young lady at Illnxham,
Who knew many songs and could
Itut she couldn't mend hose
And she wouldn't wash clothes
Or help her old mother to wring1 'em.
Key to the I'aesler.
No. 3S(I. I.Smblo Acrostic: I'rlmnls
January. Finals Now Yeur. 1. Join.
2. Average. 3. Nephew. 4. Unlikely,
C. Arrange. 0. Hutn-lmitu, 7. Young
ster. No. 38T.-Arlthmctlcal Problem: 37.'
. No. 388. Charade: Hood.wluk.
No. 39!). Hourglass: Central Wel
come. 1, Glo-w-lng. 2. (Il-r-nm. 3,
K-L-ni. 4. C. 5. Hoy. 0. Pa-u-ed.
No. 3'JO. Connected Diamonds:
SNIFB AMU rOIIK.
as possible. It Is a fact thnt many of
us do not hold our knives and forks
properly or use our napkins In a well
bred way, though wo know better.
And melancholy Indeed It Is to recall
that even lu this American laud of
light thcro aro still human mounters
who cat with their knives.
Tlio fork, for eating purposes, Is usu
ally held in the right bund, and lu the
left hand when It holds food Uint Is be
ing cut with u knife lu the right hand.
To hold the fork properly tako the end
of It In tlio palm of your left hand;
then clasp your thumb and fingers
around It with the forefinger running
straight down tho back of It to Ntetidy
It. Hold your knlfo In n similar man
ner In tho right hand, tho cud of tbo
handla In the palm, tho forctluger ex
tended down the buck edge, tho thumb
ami tho rest of tho lingers clasped
around tho kulfo handle, Sco that ev
ery member of your family Is lu the
huhlt of holding knlfo and fork thus.
Mkowlsu see that liouo of them tucks
tho napkin under tho chlu unless It la n
child not more than three years old.
In using linger bowls nt the end of
tho feast simply dip the tips of tho tin
corn Into tho bowl of water nnd wipe
them neatly with your dinner napkin,
It Is also allownblo daintily to wlpo
jour lips with the napkin.
Do you"c7crTioTd oui'lhcljeiieflts ns
an Inducement to cause a mau to units
with this order? a(ks the Triple Link.
Do not do It. It Is wrong. Hold up to
him tho noble principles It tries to In-culcatc-tho
good wo are accomplish
ing In tho world and appeal to his
higher, nobler manhood to come In mid
help lu so grand n work. If you show
him theso he.mtles nnd ho falls to be
Imprestcd, bo will not make n good
Itcccnt rejwrts show n membership
In the grand encampment of California
Tlio Odd lellows of Arkansns ore
taxed 70 cents per bead for the main
tcnance of the homo at ltatesvllle,
whero thirty children aud two widows
are being cared for.
If you would make lasting Impres
slous upon n candidate, levity In con
ferrlng the degrees must bo nbollshcd.
Dignity mid solemnity arc tho features
that most attract n new member.
Thcro was a net gain In membership
of 3.!JiEi In Georgia during the past
year, giving the Jurisdiction n member
ship of 20.T02.
Iu Uiu various Odd Fellows' homes In
this country thcro nro gathered, nc
cording to the latest figures, 1,030 aged
members, orphans and wives of members.
Tbo order has resources of more than
38,000,000 nnd Is pnylng out annually
more than fl.GOO.OOO In benefits and re
savc-lhc-llorso" in tho Horso llovlew tho money, and costs less for result
concluded to give It n trial. I com-, than somo of tho cheaper remedies. It
nenced using It nbont Juno 1, and com-, remain, Yours Sincerely,
nenced to jog him nnd started him a a aT,,,.,
nto hard training June 15, and within B' s' B1 ",tu-
Ix weeks artor I began tho uso of I ., ,, . . . .
'8ao-the-llorso" thcro was no sign of J v oac Tucunmic J
vcnlmoss or enlargement of tho ton-'i save-the-horse
Ion, nnd bo stood up to nil kinds of J mat,e only bv lne T"
lard training and racing without show- "
mg any weakness wliatcvcr. That 1 ROY CHEMICAL CO., -
tendon Is us strong nnd clean as It Blnghamton, N, Y.
over was. ,
I havo only used about one third of Formerly Troy, N. Y.
bottle, Yours Very Truly, I ! 4- 4- 4i
J. II. TRAVIS. I
"8ave-the.Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Rlnj
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoe Boll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons anrft
all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
VIM HOTTI.i:. Written guarantee ns binding to protect,
you as tho best legal tnlcnt could mnko It. Send for caov-
and booklet. At druggists and dealers or express paid. Scores of letters to
confirm mid convince.- Send for copies. Absolute and overwhelming evl
denco and ccrtnlntles as to tho unfailing power of "Save the-Horso."
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
BINOHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trado supplied by tho Ilohron Drug Co. and tho Holllstcr Drug Co., Ho
rir !r-?r'iiinr 'y'- ,w fi
n AX. L Y
s t o n t
D AO II I a
No. 301. The Unnamed. Ships:
Uucnos Ayres, llessy. Marseilles, Ma
rie. Annapolis, Anna.
No. 302. Anagram; New Year's res
olutions. No. 303. Jumbled Ilbyme:
Time was Is paitl
Time Is thou hast;
Time future Is not!
Tim present, you see.
Is the only time for thee.
No. 804.-A Mine of "Qrf 1. nnm-oT,
3. Ard-or, 8. Terr-or. 4. Victor, B.
Cand-or. 6. Clam-r. 7, Junior. .
Ylg-cr. 0. Fav-o.
Courses For the Country Dinner.
Fewer dinner courses than wero
served formerly nro now dictated by
correct taste-llrst bouillon or a light
thin soup, then mi abundant meal of
incut or poultry utid vegetables, then
u dessert of pudding or n delicious
fruit plo or anything else your fuuey
approves, then a finishing off with
coffee mid crackers and soma rich
cheese. This Is qulto enough for the
country dinner, especially when tho la
dlu) of the household do their own
work. A small plate for bread and
butter Is placed besldo the largo din
DOHA I1KI.I.K DKNNISON.
Frequent visitations among tents,
and theso occasions marked by social
enjoyments, always enhance prldo and
Interest and stimulate In every good
The order has eleven tents mid over
2.0U0 members In tbo District of Co
Tlio Knights of tho Maccabees Is one
of tho strongest orders financially lu
tho world. It has paid out In benefits
over 123,000,000, and Its surplus funds
amount to S4,.VX,000.
At n smoker given by n Maccabeo
tent In Kansas city recently fifty-one
applications for membership were re
ceived. Itcceut reports from tho various Ju.
rlsdlctlous show that many of the tents
aro making good progress, l.urifu
classes havo been Initialed lu many
after taking Ayer's
Sarsapanlla you begin
to feel its cleansing,
strengthening, and purifying
You feet that your depression It
patting away; your brain clears up;
things look brighter: tleon Is refresh
ing; tbo nerves act better; and now
life and vigor begin to tako pntsetiioii
of your wljolo sjstcm. Your diges
tion Improves; you get moro bcnellt
from your food; juurappotito returns.
Your friends begin to nntlco a marked
change, lu your general appearance.
The old color comes back to the lira;
the eyes look brighter; tho step be
come more clastic; and every dote of
promotes tho return of good health.
Thoto who sutler from tho debili
tating effects of a warm cllmato will
find lu Ayer's Mirsaiarllla juit what
they need to bring back tlio old force,
vim, aud oucrgy.
Thero aro many Imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
ATXB-S rilXa, It) till rtmlly Uittlra.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
First Ctrtult, Territory of Hawaii. Its
Probate; at Chambers. In tho MntJtr
of tho Kstntc of Henry Martyn SUX-
mnn, deceased. Order or Notlco of Pe
tition for Final Distribution ndn Kr
chargo In this Kstnto. On reading aiirT
filing tho petition of John M. Dowcett,
of Honolulu, executor under tho wID ol
Henry Martyn Stlllman, deceased,
wherein be asks that a final order eo?7
bo mado of distribution of tho prop
erty remaining In his hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, and discharging;
him nnd his sureties from all further
responsibility ns such executor. It Is
ordered that MONDAY, tbo Cth day o
MARCH, A. D. 190C, at nlno o'clock
a. m., beforo tbo Judge of said court tra
tbo court room of the said court at Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, bo and the
ramo hereby Is appointed as tho tlnia
and plnco for hearing said petition,
and that all persons Interested may
then and thcro appear . and show
cause, If any they have, why tbo same
should not ha granted, and may pro-
kent ovldenco as to wbo are entitled to
tho raid property. And that notice of
this order, In tho English languago. be
published In tho Evening Dullctln, t
nowspnper printed and published In
Honolulu, onco a wook for three sac
ccsslto weeks, tho last publication to
he not less man two wcoks previona
to tho tlmo thcroln appointed for aalA
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, this 20Ui
day of January, 190C.
ALBXANDEll UNDSAV. JR"..
Second Judgo of tlio Circuit Court ot
tho First Circuit.
Attest: J. A. THOMPSON,
W. S. I'dlngs, attorney for petition
328S Jan. 20, 27; Feb. 3, 10.
HU8TED'S 1908-7 DIRECTORY.
Order of lli Iroquola
Itecent reports show thnt splendid
progress is being mado by tbo order In
Huron lodge wns Instituted In Port
Huron, Mich., recently, and a number
of other lodges of tho order will bo
Instituted In tho Woltcreno Stato this
Announcement will ba mndo through
tho press of tho arrival of tho mana
ger (within a few weeks), Mcanllmo
patrons and tho general public aro
warned that no one except tho under
signed Is authorized to cant ass any part
of tho city or territory either for names
ot residents, aihcrtlslng or subscrli-
tlonH for tho l'JOG-7 Issuo of 1 lusted s
Directory of Honolulu. J. I). An cry, 41
Young Hotol, Financial Agent. Ha
waiian News Co., Ltd.. sains agents.
X Secret Far the Masootlne Bar.
Hero Is a secret for tho mssculrtia
car alono: It Is not so much love and
respect for tho superior man sex that
make girls chase men up to marry
them as the desire to get somebody
wbo they 'think will feed and clothe
them for nothing.
Fraternal Jlyetlo Circle.
November reports show tho order Is
making good progress In many stntes,
Tbo banner ruling of New York for
memliers Is Hilling NotSKI of Saratoga.
It has 400 members.
Many of tho Ohio rulings ore secur
ing new members.
Fl.lv.lOr.. V VxllUCltornQOitartt
Lemeiun,e.pTH(Dl or rolnoui.
noia By urll,
CllfV. ..I tHl
For KIDNEY TROUBLES and
JUST ARRIVED. A NUMBER OF
and FRE8H FAMILY MILCH COW8,
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
IN THE CIHCUIT COUUT OF THE.
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii..
At Chambers; In Probate. In tho MaU
trr of tho I'stato of J. Pall Bylvn. lata
of Walluku, Maul, deceased. Order of
Notice of Hearing Petition for Salo of
Ileal Kstnto. On reading and filing thu
petition ot Thos, U. Lyons, admlnlstnu
tor of tho cstato of J, Pall Sylva, de
ceased, alleging that claims against'
eald cstato of $1274.10 havo boon pro
seated to said administrator, and apr
proved by blm, and that thero Is nor
enough funds of said estate In bin
bands to pay tho samo, and praying;
that ho may bo authorized to sell all
of the real property of said deceased
which Is In said petition moro fully
described and set forth, It Is ordered
that Monday, tho 2Cth day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., bo
om! hereby Is appointed for hearlngr.
isnld petition In tho court room of thl
'court at Walluku, Maul, at which tttna
ond placo all persons concerned mnyj
appear and show cause. It nny they
have, why said petition should not bo-
I granted, and that notlco ot this order
bo published In tho English language.
I for threo succcsslro weeks In tho Even."
tug Uullctln, a dnlly newspaper iiuh-
Hshcd In Honolulu, and In the Matil
News, a weekly nowspaper publishes.
Dated at Walluku. Maul. January
(Hgd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Judge ot tho Circuit Court ot tht -Second
Attest: (Sgd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk ot the Circuit Court ot th-
3286 Jan. 20, ST; Feb. S. 10.
M, Wf McCHESNEY & SONS;.
the Bulletin office.
o WHOLE8ALB QROCER8 a
FLOUR, QRAIN AND BEANS; COF-
carda on sale at FEE jtOASTERS AND PACKERSU
i ' i ' i in fi i fri wH"fJxilkiii:- Jirti-lfliiifliWiiiitri
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