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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1906.
JrJy?& "Soon after I began to take J 0S: fijp)
El WtiMm Wine of Cardul I could see that R -&&r SS IvY
H (feyi ' wa3 bes,,n,na to Set back E -v"a-- -X,
m VC '3)M strenjjin. t
W fc. a "r r That Is tlio coiutncnt Mrs. Seymour
II you arc Mck yon can tako Wino of
Cardul unit secure health and strength. It
other tncdlcliici Mid other treatment have
failed, tli.it Mill mako tiu difference. Ferr
women hnvo taken Wino of Cardul nt first,
lly tar tho greater number of Wine of
Canlul cures aro women ho could not
secure relief elsewhere. All druggists sell $ 1 .00 bottles of Wluo of Cardul,
No. 48 Straight St., Grand lUriDJ, Iticrt.
I am rll to endone Wino of Cardul as I found It so beneficial to
rotor, my strength after my baby was born. I could not seem to get well
enough to be up and ablo to do my woik, and as I had been In bed for six
weeks this was rather serious, but loon after I began to use Wins of Cardul I
could tee that I was beginning to get back my strength. In another week
I was ablo to sit up most of the day and in a month I was ablo to bo up and
do mott of my work. I think it is y I p J
splendid medicine for a woman and (ff(A4. WC. yJkfttUUt4
can certainly give it highest praise. tluuic. .-., .. vam.
No. 13. A .Mine of "Or."
inxninplc. An "or" Hint is fairness
1. Aj "or" that Is n large bird.
2. An "or" Hint take n prisoner.
3. An "or" that leave n will.
4. An "or" that Is n mask.
111. Snnit Tide.
1 Itr.lrtmdTM.Vuk sSVNi
Tho title of n pleasing soug Is rep
resented by the picture.
YJ A -' T
9,1 a J;l
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE
LINN COUNTY, Iowa
CHAS B. CARROLL, County Treasurer
JAMES II. TRAVIS, Deputy
'VINCENT R. 1UIEA, Clerk
TROY CHEMICAL CO..
Illnghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen: In September, 1904,
while In a race my horse Harry Temp
ter was bumped on the left fore ten
don with a blko wheel, causing a bad
bruise, which left an enlargement.
During the fall, winter and spring I
tried nil sorts of liniment and blister
without satisfactory results, and I was
afraid be wuuld not stand training on
that account. 8eelng your ad. for
Savc-thc-Horso" In tho Horse Review
I concluded to glvo It a trial. I com-
tnvnrnl uslne It about Juno 1. and com'
monrrrl tn toe him and started him
Into hard training Juno 15, and within
six weeks after I began the use of
'Sae-the-IIorso" there wns no sign of
weakness or enlargement of the ten
don, and he stood up to all kinds of
hard training and racing without show
ing any weakness whatever. That
tendon is as strong and clean ns It
used about onc-tblru ol
Albion, Ind., Nov. 15, 1905.
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
Ocntlcmen: I purchased a bottlo of
"Savo-the-Horsc," last spring, to uso
n, n null that had been laming n
horse for nearly a year. I nnu uscu
several other remedies, but they failed
to work. I only used "save-ine-iiorse
a few times when all lameness stopped
and the horso has been bothered with
It no more. I had anotner norso go
lame with a bad splint and a few-applications
fixed him all right. I think
your euro Is nil O. K-, and well worth
the' money, and costs less for results
than somo of tho cheaper remedies. 1
remain, Yours Sincerely,
S. S. STEEL.
No. 17 Clinrnttr?.
lly nnsT l a word that much magic hai
My last Is a tft no sailor has sought;
My whole Is used for support, I nm told
IJy photographers, o.r ih now world
!r. 1H. Tluir Tnlilr I'uislr.
The train for Ronton leaves New
York one hour Ix-fore the train for Chi
cngo. The train for I'lilladelphln lenvef
twenty minutes before the train foi
Albnny. The trlu for Albany lenvti
forty minutes before the train for Chi
cngo. A man misses the Iloiton train
by hnlf an hour. What other train
could be tnko If he wanted to?
Many people, after along spoil
of oppressive heat, suffer from
lassitude, loss of spirits, and a
general "run down" fooling.
They need a course
of Ayer's Sarsapa
rllla, a medlciuo
which has revived
and restored to act
lo life and health
thousands (if such
sufferers. A lady -?
who recently re
turned tn Ktiffland
from South Africa writes concerning
this "teomltrfitl iiirilirlne"i
"Whllo in Capo Town tho pastsum
mer I suffered greatly from the long
continued boat. I was cnmplotely
worn out; my tilmiil seemed to be
come as t li lit a water, and I lost all
energy and Interest In life. My friends
and a courso of this wonderful medi
cine restored my health and spirits.
My husband suffered in tho saiuo way
as I did, and ho also was greatly bene
fited from tho mo of Ayer's aria
rarllla," There aro many Imitation
Be sure you got "AYER'S."
AYCK-S TILLS, tlibiirmllUKitlr.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF 8ALE.
In pursuance of tho power of.salo
containing In that certain mortgage
made by Solomon Aiolilkca Kuaimoku
and wife, of South Kona, Island and
Territory of Hawaii, Mortgagor, to J.
Alfred Mngoon of Honolulu, County of
Oalui, Territory of Hawaii, Mortgagee,
dated tho 26th day of May, A. D. 1903,
and recorded In the Reglstrx Office,
Oahu, In Liber 252, pages 191-2-3; no-
Ico Is hereby given that tho said Mort
gagec Intends to forccloso said mort
gage for condition broken, to-wlt: the
non-payment of Interest when due, and
notice Is hereby further given that the
property covered by said mortgage
will bp sold at public auction at the
auction rooms of Will E. Fisher, corner
of Queen and Fort Streets, Honolulu,
County of Oahu, nforcsald on Monday,
tho 12th day or March, A. D. 190C, at
12 o'clock m. of said day.
Dated Honolulu, February 15, 190C.
J. ALFRED MACJOON,
&. A Digestive Marvel-
Stops that distress after eating-
For sale by, your druggist or by
W, G Peacock 8c, Co., Ltd,
Is made only by the
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
j. Blnghamton, N.
Formerly Troy, N. Y,
I nave oniy uieu uuuui uao-mnu u, , - - - - - - j. j. J. j. a .j.
a bottle. Yours Very Truly. J-
J. II. 1 KAY IS.
"Save-the-Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ring
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, 8ho Doll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
-.-. PER BOTTLE. Written guarantee ns binding to protect
po.JLI you as the best legal talent could mako It. Send for copy
and booklet. At druggists nnd dealers or express paid. Scores of letters to
confirm and convince. Send for copies. Absolute nnd overwhelming evi
dence nnd certainties as to tho unfailing power of "Savo-tho-Horse.
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
DINGHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trade supplied by the Hohron Drug Co. and tho Holllstcr Drug Co., Honolulu.
No. 10, OltL-ralril iuirnk-a.
Namo the distinguished persons re
ferred to In the following descriptions
The persons all bear the same Chris
1. Time honored Lancaster.
2. The great Scottish religious r
3. The apostle of the American In
4. A blind poet.
6. The "Inspired Tinker."
0. The victor of Raralllles. I
T. A noted philanthropist.
8. An unfortunuto Arctic explorer.
No, UO, Diamond.
1. A letter In sliding.
2. A single point on a card or die.
3. Of tho color of growing plants.
t. A very cold country.
C. A kind of dnrk colored stone.
0. To terminate.
7. A letter In sliding.
The Relief and Burial Association.
We now make our first assessment of one dollar to eplensh our reserve
fund; this fund Is Independent of our relief fundj 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 life
member his 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
caved to the family of the deceased member.
For the sum of J5.50 yctr family Is rtceted In the hour of ssd distress.
No, 2j. Initial Cbannri.
I with to roodnei I could
The boy who slipped this parlor
uetween tn floor rramn una w .
Well. Molly, you may have a ;
I cannot ate you nit the .
Now put your dolly In the
Tho woman has the stove to
Ami nil the children's clothes to ,
Yet a helping hand sho'll olwa .
Tho colonel coolly waed his ;
Tho drummer Ko it warning ;
Thin off they inarched to storm tho
Tho ofllctr Is wry :
Ho nhould luvo chanced a heavy
Upon this hundreUwclsht of .
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with tho provisions
of a certain mortgago mndo by E. II
KEKAI'AI, mortgagor, of Wnlakoa, Ku
la, Island of Maul, Hawaiian Islands,
to Chas. Lennox, of Maul aforesaid,
mortgagee, dated tho 17th day of July,
A. D. 1900. and recorded In tho Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances In Llhci
207 on pages 447 and 448, and which
cold mortgago was by tho said Chas.
Lennox, sold, assigned nnd transferred
unto Hclnrlch Btreubeck, of Walluku.
Maul, bv Indenture of assignment dat.
nd the 3rd day of Anrll. A. D. 1901 and
recorded In tho Hawaiian Registry or
Conveyances In Liber 214, on pages
499 and 500: Notice is nercuy given
that tho said Hclnrlch Strcubcck, as-
slcneo of said mortgago as aforesaid,
Intends to forccloso tho same for
conditions broken, to-wlt: non-payment
of principal and Interest.
Notice Is Ilkcwlio given that after
the expiration of tlireo (3) consecutive
weeks f roil tho date of tho publication
of this notice, the said asslgnco of said
mortgago Intends to and will foreclose
tho same, and will advertise for sale
the property covered and conveyed
therein, and will sell tho same at pub
lic miction at tho front door of Hip
law offices of James L. Coke, In tuo
town of Walluku, Island and County of
Maul. Territory of Hawaii, on tu
day. the 20th day of March, A. D. 190C,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
Tho following Is tho description or
said property: ,
All of thoso certain premises de
scribed In Royal Patent (Grant) Nn
No. . Hevermll.
Itcverv it dct-p hulc nnd lutve the
point of anything.
No. sn.-IlelicudliiK and CurlnllliiR.
1. Doubly lieheud mid doubly curtail
harshly and leave gentle.
2. Doubly behead mid doubly curtail
without u signature mid Icavo nu omen.
1209 to Knnal. situated at
Kula, Iidan dand County of Maul, Ter mortgag0 or thereafter,
Tho property described In said mort
gage 'mid to be sold aforesaid consists
FIRST All the land described In
Royal Patent 2024 to Kuaimoku; area
883.25 acres, situate at I'ahoehoe D 3,
South Kona aforesaid.
SECOND All tho land described In
Royal Patent 2025 (Grant) to I'umea
lanl, area 1C0.5 acres, situate at Pa
hochoo 11 1, South Kona nforcsald,
THIRD One-third undivided In and
to one-half undivided of the land de
scribed in Royal Patent 1973 (Grant)
to K. Pahua, area 241 acres, situate at
Kaohc, South Kona nforcsald.
KOUJITH One-third undivided of
tho land described In Royal Patent
1)001, Award 7494, to Kckaula, nrea 5
icres, sltuato at Kaohc aforesaid.
FIFTH One-third undivided of that
parcel of land sltuato at Palama, Coun
ty of Oahu nforcsald, conveyed to Lu
Ida Kuaimoku by deed oMIawali Land
Company, Limited, dated May 18, 1900,
and recorded In said office lu Liber
209, page 1,51. Said land being known
s lot 4, Palama Tract, and containing
an area of 84000 snuaro feet.
SIXTH One-third undivided of all
tho lands sltuato at Walalua, County
of Oahu aforesaid, more particularly
described iu lcaso of said Lukta Kuai
moku to tho Walalua Agricultural
Company, Limited, dated February 13,
1900. and recorded In said office In
Ltbcr 202. on pago 424. as follows:
(A) That certain piece or parcel
of land sltuato at Paukaulla dcscrlb
cd In Royal Patent 588 to Kcnlllhu
luluilii, 'containing an area of 3.6
(II) An undivided 2-5 Interest In
Roynl Patent (Grant) No. 1090 to W.
Chamberlain; area 5.5 acres.
(C) Apana 1 and 2 of Royal Pat
ent 1337 (Grant) to Knialkawaha;
area C.ll acres.
SEVENTH All the right, title
find Interest of said mortgagor In and
to all other lands and premises be
longing to tho estate of said Lukla Ku
almoku wherever situated.
EiailTH All tho cattla and live
stock running on said lands consisting
of 23 cnttla and C horses and also all
tho right, tltlo and Interest of said
mortgagor lu and to all tho mouoy,
goods, chattels, effects, cbnscs In ac
tion and other personal property be
longing to tho estato of said Lukla Ku
almoku at tho time of her death and
alt such property belonging to said es
tate In tho hands of the administrator
at tho tlnfo of tho execution of said
PER THE 8. S. NEBRA8KAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co.
ALEX. YOUNG BLDG.
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according,
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that wa
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL.
SALT SALMON, SALMON BELLIE8, 8MOKED EEL8 (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALMON SMOKED BLOATER8.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
RELIEF AND BURIAL ASS'N.
1120 Fore Street.
WHERE IStfOTBING Iim
Why li the letter C llko n generous
fairy? IlecatiNo It nmla-s nsli cash.
Why Is bad French like n broken
pitcher! Ilecuuse It Is n Jargon (Jr
What Is tho dlfferenre between n
girl nnd a, potato? Tho one wears a
gown and the oilier u Jacket.
What man do most men admire?
When are ladles cut to pieces? When
they nro better halves.
mite at tie
on ffour Pacaion
Krr tu Ills Tuolrr.
No. 8. Anagrams: 1. Filcnd, red. On.
2. Finder, In, Fred. 3. Handsome,
hand some, snnd home.
No. (. A Wonl Puzzle: Authority
Awe. thaw, rye, tea.
No. 10. Name of FiiiiiotiH Rooks:
I. "Scarlet Letter." 2. "Maiblo rutin."
3. "Uncle Tom's Cabin." I. "Our Mu
tual Friend." fi. "Mill on tho Floss."
II. "A Christinas enrol." 7. "Mosses
From nn Old Manxe." 8. "A Tulo of
Two Citlen." 0. "Little Men." 10. "Lit
No. 11. Framed Word Square:
rltory of Hawaii, aud bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Commencing at tho North West cor
ner of Mnla's land formerly purchased
by him, between tho gulch and run
ning: S. 79 1-2" V 9.27 Chnlns along gulch
tu Us North edga;
N. 25 E., 17.20 Chains nlong Govern
ment land, thenco to Nahaa's
1 N. 31 1-2" E-, 4.14 Chains;
k, 77 3-4 l:., Z.9U uiimns;
8. 79 3-4 E., 7.08 Chains;
N. C5 E., 5.09 Chains; and
N. 12 E-, 2.21 Chatus thenco along
S. 80 1-4 E., 7.05 Chains;
S. 78 1-2 E., 8.94 Chains. tienco
e. 141-4 W., 21.20 Chains along
Government's land to gulch ad
joining Mala's land, thenco along
N. 87 1-4" V 9.54 Chains;
S. 87 3-4 W., 1.84 Chains;
N. 02 1.2" V.. 8.94 Chains;
S, 85 W., 7.02 Chains to placo of
Containing 03.88 Acres more
Further particulars can bo had of
James L. Coko, attornoy for Helnrlch
Streubeclt, tho asslgnco of said mort
gage, at his law office In Walluku, Isl
and of Maul, Territory "of Hawaii.
Dated at Walluku, T. II., February
Assignee of Mortgago Abovo Do
scribed. 3310 Feb. 17, 24; Mar. 3, 10.
NINTH All thoso Indentures of
lcaso assigned to said gnortgngor b)
deed of J. W. Kuaimoku, dated Sep
tcmber 20, 1902.
For property paitlculars, apply te
Magcon and Ltghtfoot, attorneys foi
mortgagee, or to Will E. Fisher, Auc
3310- ?eb. 17, 24; Mar. 3. 10.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ,
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
3f this establishment
The second floor will be available shortly and applications, for furnlaU.
td or unrurmsned rooms on this noor are now being received1.
VISITOIW FKOM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL FIND THE"
MAJESTIC A. COMFORTABLE HOME
TELCPHONE MAIN 244.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
K)R SALn RVnnVWHCRE
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
McPARLANE & Co., Sole Agents. ' i.
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Honolulu. Phone White J 33 J
No. 12. What River? Tennessee.
y !,1.-Rubtractlous: 1. F-rlgld.
W-A 3. H-nll. 4. M-arcu. 0. U-ode.
X . Animal l'uizle: 1. Bear.
Dog. 3. Seal. -4. Hadger. C. Mole.
For KIDNEY THOUBLES and
1VI 0ttit4 w
m JVfJ txt u miuro.
V-Vfur Fwitij Iluiutfu On
Use llliM fo-unpKtural
irniNlluil ur iiirvrKtioiii
of III M Hour inrliiUftnci.
1 rimf. i'i iiui Minn
rf nt or pfcUoiioua.
Nta by lii-uaKlMs,
Cltrwi -t en imuerf
Under and by virtue of a Writ of
Execution Issued by Wm. L. Whitney,
District Mnglstratn of Honolulu,
County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
on tho 13th day of February, A. I).
1003, In tho matter of W. K. Mark
ham, Plaintiff, vs. J. K. Kahookau
niahft. Defendant, I did In suld Hono
lulu, County of Oahu, on tho 27th day
of February, A. D. 1900, levy upon and
shall offer for nolo and sell at public
auction to tho highest bidder, at the
1'ollco Station, Kalakaua Hale. In Bald
Honolulu, at 1 Zo'cloclc noon of Thurs
day Ilia 29th day of .March, A. D. 1900,
nil tbo right, tltlo and Interest of the
i-ald J, K. Kahookaumaha, Defendant,
in and to nil tlio following described
property, unless tho sum of Thirty-live
and 50-100 ((35.G0) dollars, that be
ing the amount for which said Kxecti'
lion was Issued, together with Inter
est, ensts nnd my feu and expenses are
Lund at I'uuuiil, Honolulu, described
i follow u:
Ueglnnlng at a point on tlio Walklki
side of Second Street 1C0 feet N. 62
li. true from tho Intersection of said
street with Wyllle Street nnd running:
1. N 52 R. truo 73 feet along tho
i road; 2 8. 38 13. truo 150 feet along
Apana 7; 3. 8. C2 W. truo 75 feet
along Apana 0; 4. 3S' W. true 150
feet along T. K. I'ahu and O. W. Palm
id) Initial point, Area 11250 square
Ifuct, being a portion of tho hind ties
I rrlhod In R. P. 1302 to W. L. Leo and
'com eyed to J. B. Kahookaumaha by
deed nf Wong Wa Foy recorded In the
umeo ui iiiu uegisirur ui conveyances
tn Honolulu lu Doolt 209 ut page 478.
Terms, cash. Deed at tho oxpeiiBO
Dated at Honolulu. Feb, 27th, 190G,
A. M. UROWN,
Shorlff, County of Oahu.
3518 Feb. 27. Mr-h. 10, 21 28.
02-, FORT ST., I.
, O. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL 8T-
opposite YOUNQ HotX
TO ARRIVE FRIDAY PER NEBRAB
KAN, FRESH MILCH COW8, DRIV
INQ HORSE8, AND THOROUGH
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
That all mei)'a palates aro pleased
with tne tare serveo ny me
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
FRE8H MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN JJ
LARQE STOCK OF
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESSED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 198.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Dulldlng Worfe
promptly and carefully oxecuteA
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 233.
W. G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN-
WAIKIKI SIDE 8MITH ST.
Bet, HOTEL and PA UAH).
Good Workmanship. Work Completer)
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