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My "Mp to suffirimj women Is to tako Wino of Curdui and they
will uour Lo dUapiuinted in the results. ilISS LOl 1SII 1'INE
125 llcmicusy St., Xow Orleans, I.
These women say Wine of Cardu! will cure menstrual
disorders, bearing dovn pains, ovarian pains, leucorrhoea,
nervousness and hysteria that this pure wine will rob child
birth of its worst agonies, and that the change of life need
have no terrors for a woman who takes this great female tonic.
Will you take their advice?
Secure a Bottle of Wine of Cardul today.
Act of All
Burial Ineuranee It as 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 so demands.
Since the Association was formed there have been only three assess
ments and the average cost lo each member for the burial of a de
ceased member hao been less than 2 2-3e.
Everything connected with the business of the Association Is open
to the most searching examination. Neither agneta 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
Secretary's Office, 134 BERETANIA ST. 'PHONE MAIN 411.
1 'ScjMBPpWy rtk
Your dealer will tell you that
the QUALITY of Swift's
PREMIUM Hams has given
them their large DEMAND.
"U. S. Inspected" branded on
, every rind.
Owlft (.Company, U.S.A.
If your grocer cannot supply
r '" you, enquire of
Theo. H. Davies & Co., -
JIIS3 MARTHA. IlL'IlKlt.
COJ liut 8SU1 St., Now York City.
JVIno of Cantni li simply wonderful and I
wish tliat all suffering women know of iti good
qualities. MUSWIUIKLMIXA SXOW,
Irons, Kcouomla League, Portland, Me.
Every woman suffering with fcniolo troublo
should try Wino of CuJul. tunl I fully bclleru
tbu willi'pcrii.niu tlic same benefits and cur
which 1 1um.. j;ns. L. A. AUSTLV,
COO N. Cth St., Kansas City, Mo.
.f - isVt ismI. Mlta. - Mk
No. 411. Mlnilim Itlijmrs.
Mnri.li, with Mutftr ,l jui.t shrill,
Chilling linnlh nlul lumiilt ,
Tempest llimnlnx. cr blowing
Knrh nml rttry wintry i
March, with ilarlonct of ,
IJrlngs lu brcrges to tlio .
to. BO. Illnntrnlcil .Nuinrrtrnl f.nla-inn,
r.Ti. , tf& c!
In this mimcrtcnl enigma, adopted
from St. Nicholas, the word are pic
tured iiiKtiiul of iU-iivIIhiI. When the
nine objects hae ln-eii rightly rupmm.i1
nml the letters net down In proper ortlei
tliey will spell n quotation from "As
You Uke It."
Nn. r.l. VoiTrl Clinnges.
1. To stitch, to cut wood, to plant.
2. All Insect, great, n suck, a swamp,
3. A round, lint surface, a writing
n. RU. Wnril Within Words.
Bomrtlmcs In nno of foreign birth
An untruth )ou will Unci,
Or In n company nf ships
A shelter from the wind.
Tho sea lumph miner holds, yet slnifjj
Bho mucins tn Htro.
Hut If n con ant holds hi rago,
It need not thn nmioy.
Trom out this boat n greeting cry
Thrills all the salt sen ulrj
There Is n topic that Infolds
A Kurment's border fair.
In this sharp pointed weapon see
A common ww table.
This ulttj speech contains the whole.
Bo luiuh If jou nrn nblo.
o. fill. nm Iussle,
Two hoys own it bout between them,
wlili h tliey want to nnme. Tlnnlly
tliey decide to use their own name,
one of wlili h Is three times tho length
of tho other, and by putting tho tJiort
liiuiio Unit mid thn long jiame Heeoml
tliey (jet n noil Known biblical nnnio of
eight letters, ulili.Ii they glo to tho
bout. What Is the name?
Mo. r,l.-t Irnuild. j "
1. A Utter In line. r
2. A lioy'M name. -
a. A ropo with n nooso tised on tho
4. lormlm; nn oiiRle.
5. Siirnumo of tliu Bccrctary of tbo
Itcadlne up nml down, tho letters on
Uio Hides of the pyrumld spell a city
.No. C5. Isifritl Celebrities.
1. Oil man I pump im-An early king
'i. Cut rosru-A Oreck ihllo8opher.
3. Stono lieiilu SI Tbo greutett orator
of ancient time.
4. Curp hut L-An eminent blogrn
phrn C. I seen doc Another philosopher;
one tUio had n wry iiurrow.Ktildcucc.
"I should think you'd bo so tired
nftcr Hl.ntliiK nil nftenioonl I suppose
thero wns no plnco ti sit down." "Ob,
ii there mwii iuiich nil over tbo
pond. I used them all, I rucm."
Key to the 1'nsiler.
No. in. .Mi-tjjrruin: I. rasto. 2.
Ilasto. 3. Haste. -I. Taste. 5. Wimtc.
No. 41. A riizzlhn; I.tmcheont 1.
HneethreuiN. 2. IleetH. 3. ltolls. 4.
OliiKerlnvnd. fi. Hermits. 0. IVars. 7.
rineapplo lee. 8. Mlnts 0. IUtspberry
No. 12,-An Odd rioelc of Illnls: 1.
Chat. 2. Hnowllakp. 3. Tlintslter. 4.
WnKtnll. r. Yellow hammer, a Whis
tler. T. Ilohnhlto,
No. 43. 'Irlplo IlehendltiKit: 1. Out
waril. 2. Vln uro. II, Wuy-sldc. 4. Nep
bow. 0. Uphill, a I,eo-tilne. 7. liar
gain. 8. Neptune. 0. Did own. 10.
No. 44. (Jrei k Cross:
1 2 fl
0 T T
O A O
7 II U T T I 11.10
8 r k n t a in II
' 0TIIA I t K'DlD
O N L
E 0 V
4 0 0
No. 4S-rnmlll.tr Quotation: "Tbere'i
many n slip 'tnixt utip nud lip."
No. 4(1. i:iilgiua: IV, Ivy.
No. 47. Trlnuulc: 1. Umber. 2.
Maud. U, II ml. 4, i;d. 0. It,
No. 4S.-lteterlblo Words: I. Spin,
ulps. 2, Dou, uod. 3. Deem, meed.
The supreme connctl of the Scottish
Itltc Masons for tho southern Jurisdic
tion Is seriously considering n propo
tltion to build In Washington In the
near future it liomo for widows of Indi
gent Masons. Tho plans Includo a
school In tho home for the daughters
of such widows. Tho report of tbo
commlttco on finance showed n surplus
fund of f2i",0,OijO. This sum, It U snld,
will form n nucleus for n building.
Ground has been broken nt Ilcrkeley,
Cnl , for tho new' $70,000 Mnsoulc tem
ple. The building will be four stories
Thero arc ocr 13,000 Master Masoug
In the Jurisdiction of Indiana,
The forty-fourth nniiunl convocation
of the grand chapter, It. A. M of Mln
newta reported an liierence In mem
bership of 212 owt last year.
Mcrton Hcrrlck of Hudson Is tho
tew grand commander of tho grand
eonimandcry of Wlscouslu,
At Its recent nnini.il communication
the grand lixlgu nf California otiil
$3,000 to tho Southcni Callfonila Mn
Boiilc home ut Ujst San Gabriel, Cnl.
Golden text for the "annual mem
ber:" "What kleil of n lodge would my
lodge bo if nil the member were Just
like mcr Masonic Standard.
The new bylaws adopted by the
grand lodge of Illinois nt the recent
nnuilal communication prntldo that
represcntntlteH tuunt attend nil threo
sessions of Uio grand IihIro In order
to draw mileage ami wr diem.
Tlio grand lodge of California recent'
ly elected Motley II. I'llnt of Los An
gcles gnind muster.
I.ct cery loilgo appoint from among
Its active members a vommltteo of ono
to personally cull on (he other mem
bers who do not attend lodge or pay tip
promptly. Let him ascertain from
these brothcra tho renspn for their ab
senco nml cudcnor to get a promise
from them to attend the next meeting
and express tbclr opinion as to what
should be done to mako the lodge nt
trad he. Then have the committee re
port tho results of their lilts, and this
In Itself will furnish nn Interesting
subject for dlscutslon and may lead to
tho creation of Ideas Hint will Increase
tho attendnhco of the members.
Glvo the joimg men n ehnnce, and
they will billlil tip tho lodge. Impress
itlion them their responsibilities, nnd
they will appreciate tho coiilldenco tie
stowed nnd bo true to the trust repos
ed lu them -California A. O. U. W.
Every day members nro better un
derstanding tho now plan nnd becom
ing stronger ndvocates of It.
Tliu order has expended in death ben
efits ?irj0,ono,000, nearly $ri0,000,000
moro than any other benefit order in
existence. Thero Is scarcely a town or
liamlet In the United fitntes or Can
nda but lias felt Its beueliceuce.
It Is safe to lielloMi that not a single
member, under tho new rates, will pay
in what his family will withdraw from
tho order, figuring good, largo interest
on their payments. Nebraska Work
man. Tlio Overseer recently reported a to
tal membership In tho Missouri Juris
diction of ln.trJI. v
Did you ecr try,"Uio mock trial" for
on ccnIug'H amusement? Hero Is ono
that will jK'ld to tho treasury goal
money. Let jioino member In tho loilgo
suo another member on nn imaginary
charge, tliu lodgo to glvo tiotlc-o of trial
on n certain night. Arrnngo tlio hail ns
a court of Justice, select your twclvo
Jurors, tlutho tlio Judge Willi robo and
wig, also tbo lawyers; neo that your
prisoner is properly "caged," then pro
ceed with tho trial. Tho Judgo must bo
quick nt Imposing lines cm those around
Ulm who inugh, Joke, etc. When wit
Besses intra testified and tho Jury baa
beard tlio charges tliey retire, bringing
lu a vvtdlct of not guilty uud recom
mending tlio prisoner bo fined for not
being guilty, tlio attorneys to bo fined
fur arguing tlio case and tho Judgo for
bearing It. 'J hen, tho Judgo guts ecn
by flnlnff tho Jury for Rood, scrvlco nnd
tlioteutlro audience for pood behavior.
Make tho fines from 1 cent to 10 cents
Tho supremo chancellor recently held
that a blind person comes wliiiln thn
deiliiltlon of tt maimed person ns used
In l'jtlilim law and tnny bo Initiated
Into tho order upon special dispensation
granted by n grand chancellor.
Kery lodgo should mall Its members
occasionally something besides tlio cus
tomary demand for dues.
Tho l'i thlann of Maryland held a
Jubilee meeting In Ilaltlmoro recently,
when 1,100 candidates were Initiated.
Tlio endow inent rank has l.rKJ local
or subordinate lnl"s c tiled pactions.
U Ills H fur UDtifttural
Irrltttltuita nr iikerttlluii
I TuTrvTua chiutAm r ' '!' j,,ul "'"'
lTHUHSUMlMICaO. j.tiM ,n nu MtllU
Hold ty DriiKgUt,
iliruu in rruo
.Vli 1 1 1 4tyi. V
Bj not t fUtuWr.
u, a. a. m
county TnnAauitr.R's okfici:
LINN COUNTY, lotta
CHAH 11. CAUUOI.L, County Treasurer
JAMKS II. TltAVIS, Deputy
VINCIINT 11. KIIRA. Clerk
TItOY CIir.MICAL CO.,
lllnghamtnn, N. Y.
Gentlemen: In September, IfiOI.
while In n rare my horso Harry Temp
ter was humped on tho left foro ten
don with a bike wheel, causing a bad
bruise, which left on enlargement.
During thn fall, winter and spring 1
tried nil Boris nf liniment and bllsterft
without untlsfattory results, and I wns
afraid ho would not stand training on
that account. Seeing your ad. for
'Snct!ie-IIirso" In tlio Horso Hcvlnw
I concluded to gUo It a trial. I com
menced using It about Juno 1, nnd com
menced to jog him nnd started him
into hard training Juno IS, nnd within
six weeks after I began tho uso of
"8ncthe-Horso" thero was no sign nf
weakness or enlargement of tho ten
don, and he stood tip lo nil kinds nf
hard training and racing without snow;
Ing nny 'weakness whatever. That
tendon Is us strong and clean as it
I hnvo onlv used nbotit one-third of
a bottle. Yours. Very Truly.
"Save-the-Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ring
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoe Doll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
CJC i-if-i 1','u ROTTLIJ. Written guarantee ns binding to protect
T.V-H- you ns tho best legal talent could mako It. Send for cepj
nnd booklet. At druggists and dealers nr express paid. Scorea of letters to
confirm nnd convince. Send for copies. Absolute nod nerwhelmlng oU
deuce nnd ccrtnlntlca ns to tho unralllng power of "Save tho-Horso."
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
DINCHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trade supplied by tho Hebron Drug Co. and tho Ilolllster Drug Co., Honolulu.
HERE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON SHINGLES THAT
Talk For Themselves
NO. 1. 6 2 CLEAR SHINGLES SXfWr PER M.
No. 2, 62 8TARR SHINGLES Sa.UR PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JUST AS CHEAP. BIU STOCK OF
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), 8CREEN DOORS, SASH AND
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA 8TREET, MAUKA DAILORS' HOME.
The Relief and Burial Association,
Benefits received by being a member of the Relief and Burial Associa
tion: A plot In the cemetery (3) three cabs to the funeral, and undertak
er's bill paid. Remember, the money you deposit In. our funds during life
will be refunded to your family at time of death, with Interest.
We wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that The Relief
and Burial Association Is to provide your family after your death, and also
glvet each member a respectable burial without cost.
Read the statement above with care. This is a protection to every man
and his family at a very small cost. Membership fee, $5.50.
Be protected, for death comes when you are least prepared.
RELIEF ANDljURIAL ASS'N.
1J20 Fort Street.
B3PUJLMR WITJI $P '
YOUR RACKET fmrnffi
MAKE A RACKET IF KB If
YOU DOST GET n t SMML,
-7t V9 IRAINIER BOTTLING 1
1 Vfr a Phote Whit. 1331 j
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Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F, COLBURN III, Mani-ar, Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
y u giJrfi.A .-. UM&4U
Albion, Ind., Nov. 15, 1903.
TItOY Clir.MlCAL CO.,
Blugbamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen: I purchased n bnlllo of
"8aelho-lloise," last spring, to uso
on n curb that had been Inmlng n
horso for nearly a year. I had used
several other remedies, but they failed
to work, I only used "Save the-IInrso"
n few times when nil lameness stopped
and thn horso has been bothered with
It no moro. I had ntiother horso no
lamo with n bad Rptlnt and a few ap
plications fixed him nil right. I think
your tiiro Is all O. K nnd well worth
tho money, nnd cmts less for results
than snmn of tho cheaper remedies.
remain, Yours Sincerely,
8. 8. 8Tnr.fi.
Is made oi-ly by the
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
Dlnahamton, N. Y.
Formerly Troy, N. Y.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
1. On Saturday, April Hth, 1D0C, at
12 o'clock noon, nt tho front entranro
to tho Judiciary Ilulldlng, Honolulu,
T. II., there will bo offered for snlo at
Ihlbllc Auction n t.leensn ttr n tmrtml
of twenty ono (21) jenrs, for the priv
ilege of entering upon that certain por
tion of tbo Public Lnnds known as
Wallua. District of liana, Island of
Maul, T. II., to confine, rnnservo, col
lect. Impound nnd divert all tho Run
ning Natural Surface Waler produced
therefrom (subject to existing estul
rights (if tirllnln lineftna In Biinlt tvnln.
nnd lo the rights of tho United Blnlcs
Unset Annuil I.Vn. onnnn n-nu,
plinually in nihnnre.
2. At tho same time nml plnco thero
Will bo sold at Public Aiirllnn under
tho piovlslons of Part VII (Cash Free
holds), ljind Act, ISO.",:
Lot No. G. Ptilcelr., ptolo, Onlin.
Area 2.01 acres.
Upset prlco lino.no.
I-'or further iinrtlinlnra. nnnK- m n,n
Depnrtnient of Public Lands, Judiciary
JA8. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, March lllh, IflOC.
tn.ll Mar. II. 17. 24. 31: Apr. 7. 13.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All creditors of tho estnlo nf Clara
II. Panning, deceased, nro hereby noti
fied lo present their claims' against de
ceased, duly authenticated and with
tho proper vouchers, If any exist, Men
though tho claim is secured by mort
gage upon real esl.re, to (lie under
signed, at tho omen of J. Alfred Ma
goon, corner of Merchnnt am! Alakea
Streets, Honolulu, County of Onhu,
Territory of llnwall, within six months
from tills date.
If such claims be not presented with
in said six months or within bK
months from tho tlmo they fall due,
thoy shall bo forccr bnrred.
Dated, Honolulu, March 29, 100.",.
Ili:itNI(AltI) RUDOLPH PANNING,
i:ecutor under tho will of Clara
II. Panning, deceased.
331C Mar. 31 j Apr. 7, 11.21.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OP TUP.
Tlrst Circuit, Territory of I law nil. At
Chambers: In Probate. In tho Matter
of tho P.stato of Robert Kepon, of Ho
nolulu, Onhu, Deceased, Order nf No
tlco of Hearing Petition fur Adminis
tration. . On rending and filing the pe
tition of Rimmi Kepon, widow nf said
Intestate, alleging Hint Robert Kepon
of Honolulu. Oahu, died lntetnln nt
Honolulu, Oahu, on tho S.1d day or
March, A.,D. lfiOO, leaving properly lu
tho Hawaiian Islands necessary tn be
odmlnlHlered upon, and praying Hint
letters of administration Issue to Km
ma Kepoo, It Is ordered that Monday,
tho Till day of May, A. I). lUofi, at li
O'clock a, m., bo and hereby Is appoint
ed for hearing said petition In the
court room of this court nt Honolulu,
Oahu, at which tlmo and plnco all per
sons concerned may appear and show
cause, If any they have, why said peti
tion should not bo granted, nnd that
notlco or this order bo published In
the Kngllsh Inngiinga nnro a week fur
threq suiresslvo weeks In the Uvenlng
Hum tin newspaper In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu, Match 30. 1900.
ali:xandi:r lindsay. jr.,
2nd Judgo or thn Circuit Court of tliu
Mnr. 31, April 7. H. 21.
A SOLID KOA DRESSER, HIQHLY
POLISHED, WITH LARGE
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Go.
HOTEL AND UNION ST8.
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand. '
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
h lArnuje !!
J. M. Levy & Go.
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and SOc. a week
113 HOTEL 8ThEET nr. FORT ST.
LARGE 8TOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 716.