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RVKN1N0 IlUt.MlTlN. HONOLULU. T. If.. MONDAY, AmiT, 9, 1900,
Next Sunday Is Caster and the day will bring forth many prettily
designed gowns, showing a beauty of materials that has never yet
been equaled. The new textures and colorings are superb and thn
styles this season are wonderfully becoming.
You can easily select from our ready-to wear department, dainty
garments In keeping with the Joyousncss of tho Eastern morning and
garments that will tjlve good service long after Easter.
, ELEGANT WHITE SILK GUIT1S
Elaborately trimmed with Valenciennes lace, very stylish, at
SU5.00 AND SJiS.tiO Only one of a kind.
WHITE LINEN ETON SUITS.
The very lateit, trimmed with baby Irish lace: very swell.
' WHITE' LAWN SUIT3. .
Fine material, nicely made, at S.'l.7f a !
WHITE LAVN SUIT8.
Waist and skirt trimmed with embroidery and clutter tucks,
AT S5.00 A QUIT.
WHITE INDIA LINO'N SUITS,
embroidery trimmed, very styllth, at $5.50 a Suit,
: WHITE) MULL LINGERIE SUITS
1 I Very sheer and the vbry nswest, lace and embroidery trim
medley ssjct.ce.xcfc , FROM $8.00 TOSjJlS A SUIT.
Easier -White Goods
'.' i " 20c. quality for lS'stf yd.
' ir,c' M"nco of this, week, providing goods hold out, we offer a
Uric. pi .sheer whllo goods. In trie stripes fancy checks, satin' Stripes,
etc., regular price, C yds. for $.100 and 20c. materials, at 12t-2ci yd.
$1.W LINEN DAMASK, SI .00 YARD.
Extra fine linen table damask, 2 yards wide, our $1.50 quality,
on Sale at $1.00 Yard. -
15c, Pillow Cases at 10d each as long an they last.
They arc all r.edy for uce. Sizes 42x30 and 45x36. Our reg
ular 15c. values. SALE PRICE, J Oc.
An elegant new material, light weight, will mako handsome after
noon or evening costunie, Cojorlngs are perfect; white, cream, (Sham.
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OREGON PARTY WOULD '
HAVE TO BE CHAINED
IN HEAVEN A BREEZY LETTER
FROM THE JOLLY CHAPERONE.
WHAT SHE IS DOING TO
Tlie following fetter lias been re
ceived by the l'runiotlim Committee,
showing that tho. Influence of tho
Oregon party Is still working:
Dinr Mr. Woods: For ten days and
nights have been wrltliiR letters, nml
If we ilo not securo tho National I.dl-
torial Association for tho coming year I
they will then have hail a fnlr warn-1
lug of what to expect the next, and
Hawaii -will have lind a bit (if free ad
vertising anyway. Am not one to
throw up hands bemuse results do not
come nt onte, A sentiment otten
must bo favorably created nml It Is
wise to put tho final test. I late writ
ten many perBuna) letters to, editors,
telling of my trip nml stating the, fact,
nt tlui ttivlf nltnn In fin tir.ui,iiVi',t sV
Juno meeting In indlnnaitojli.' Ench
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jciir mi inuynmc in inu iiii-yiiii mi-
cities' wanting tiio next convention,
get In' luc,,'and begin tanvajlnB ,fur
oicn,,irauiuc.,uc no wpna .ito,oniQ
wliac handicapped, noli
utllcer, yet am fairly good behind the
Will ou plenso extend my good
wishes to tho members of the Promo
tion Committee. Tell Mr, 8mlth am
learning to pronounce thoso names
Mnll will reach nut through the I'nl
ncc lintel. Tho first of nojt month
(April) I leave for I.os Angeles to
take up my work nml will remain un
til June. Will then ndvlsc you of my
kuyth Tozijm wi:atiii:uui:i),
It Is only an old engine you any,
A mass of uld Iron and brass
That lias worn away, and lias seen tin
Ami now must bo laid In the grass,
Hut , All! to mc It Is something more
Who has tended It night nnd day,
While stopping Us groans, and south.
" Imp lid lilll.ina
And wlplug Its tears away.
Ami when 1 have heard Its great heart
! And I Imvc heard Its great soul sigh.
To .mo ft lias jijhlotejl a greater feat
Tliuu wurrbra ttilit, 'light unci die. ,
SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZE BIDS
AND DO OTHER BUSINESS
COUNTY ENGINEER WILL START
OUT ON MACADAMIZING LA.
HAINA ROAD OTHER
' ' " I .pi, ,, i ii , .. i i5 Dr. Osiers plan)v-n.
.'.''Hi'. " 'ui i' i'i ''(i 'A''l ' . ' It has been said, there Is a ecltalu
o(.Jdstrqt1t,lors(iW,waUlfiul?.1.fol(ort? , uyoiMvfti M)f Dt(U(iMnr.
'Yile."ihb AiiYRn.n 1 ... I .. - .jl UVRiiBawj It lierhino my opinion tliiit
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.III II mi
montlis In which, tn work; yt nra not
going to let the matter rest. It gives
me a upland Id opportunity to lulng-'
Honolulu and tho Minium In print. I
can ncicr do, too much, to repay the
ileal people for tllelr genenmrf lurtpl
talltj lu lliu Oregon jotirnnl paity.
Tho many friendships made, the new
thoughts created, and the g.'mcrnl re
sults can not help but dot clop Into
sumo better and wider social and com
Whlb It Is my nature, to Jolly n lilt,
and to Joke, also to scu the humonnm
sldo of life. yet there Is another side
tn niv iiorsnnnlltv which IihiUh nt thn '
practical and It Is my endenvor tn
study out conditions which mean a
greater good to a greater number.
When I become so narrow to only llvo
for myiclf, and my own community,
tinea ,lti Is time for mo to ho c liloro-
lormed (even though, nm nut i-ixty, as
AiuV oL-tltiu'a It Wuula.sJiicn, grcit
l(l sonl,', ,'" ,
Anil It wtAiIiiiMlIt tho live-long day.
Apd wuulil rcjolni Ui, 1ik strength as 11
! An.1-". ,n;,i.-l i'i '
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; Wfille' jLrfclnWl' work
And whcn'lthliiU.pnis i
might; "' '
imwcr, and Its
WHO SHE WAS
SKETCH :0F THE LIFE OF LYD1A E,"PINKHAM
- - -. -. . J . t . rm mil !' hi 1 1 nil (in lii i j hi fi'.inii - f.
it I Mll
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Honolulu. Phone White J 33 1
li.i per tu'rni.sticli by first-class hotels
fnyilHff'KlfcstK lloteVer. nm lioiliig
ydn cAll translnlb enutittlVuf IhlM letter'
to "Ki.tf t tho l-est: ''
lery niio-'Wllli' whAlri I havl cirme
(nUMtlhct Ik L-iAW lit Visit II(noMlii.
'On' fast Hunilny I spent thu ,ar(l'uSriiil W All ilk'II III
s'iiw ttiwu'w'oio ii-iwi Mttiimtisi.' " "awir;
re'rs t.n,y. wefd XltltkMiM MdT N1
A ml ltd .Ricul harp arms of steel.
While, it's working uwa 1 1 1 all lu
might. ' '1
With IIS piston mid crank nud wheel
With slucw of It nu rilul musclu of stevl.
It was eensltUn, kind and true,
And always dld'lts hcjl to mnko jau
It was doing. Its best for you.
Anil now to think Its short life Is ended.
And gone forth has tho bolt uf full',
No more to be patched or to bu meiul
cd. It Is sad, so sad, to relate.
Old friend, ilctr old frlt-nd, I mutt M)
I sbairerrevjfdr'tlicc earl J ami late,
Alio" blnll think of fheto lit In' the
ground you He.
And shall tvciTUAte" mourn thy futh
lefcKfeiV. 1ftiid'"ln' the M'cMng Imfei
AWrti 'KililrrftVttiTi riliiihrllt.i'.nJii,.1
f'Mnfitliit hW w'rinleJfino 'tu'Sncill
rt Ion' ir,ttt;nly' ojilcs. I
J H'r- I 9 Pi m i i
iin mm iFT
IRptclul to The Uullitln)
WnlliiKti, .until, April ti I no Hoard
uf Supcoisura of Maul County met tal
'I'liCfcilay nml ndjourneil Wednesday
night nftcr llnlshlng the work laid out
for them by the County' Clerk nud
Trcnsuicr, and bills amounting lu
about I'JSOO wro ordered paid. Tit)
iio.irtl nutiiorizctl tne opening or mus
fur tho cuiistmitlou of the Wnlluku
sidewalks, one half of which cxpcnsj
the property holders have agreed to
1 he Wnlluku property holders, being
nilvnliiid students In the sclemc u;
polltlcul tronoiny, know that this Is In
direct taxation, but tbiir hearts nre u
big ns their purses, so they hne in
duied tbo Hoard of Supervisors tu re
pair unr rickety sidewalks with llilii
special proslnn, for they will ncer
bo rdtlsllcd until they lmc paid mii
half uf the cxpcusis. On tbo uthvr
hiind, the Hoard will never lomeut that
tlio property holders should bear thx
entire expense no matter how Impm
erlshed tt:e lounty treasury may be
The hurt engineer was likewise an-
thorlzed to (ummenio cunslructlun on
the new hcstli road f'oni 1'cilil to
llalcbakti lu the Maknnau dlslitcl, nml
bridge at Nallllllhncle, nlso In ths
.Mnkawao dlstrlrt. T. 'M. Chutcli had
done noble work for his district, and
the excellent record he had mudc
In the past In thu way of secur
ing nppropilailuns for bis district
would make residents hud politician
of other districts envious of such n rci
ord, but Church being un old Callfuml'i
polltlclin, knows bow to discount oth
ers, If ecr Mr. Church goes to tlu
Legislature, no doubt he would tccure
umplo npproprlntloiiH for linpioements
for Maul and cspeilally fur tho Makn-
wao dlstrbt. I'nlexs n member uf tho
Hoard Is fully wide nwake nnd not half
asleep nil tho time, bis district will
surfer. If tlieVe Is any dlslrlit that
has suffered' reVcweH In way uf ajiprj-
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luiiiiiiiiis uiiriiig nit t;xiHi'icc ui llv
County (imeruinciit', rest assured Hint
the member Iroin said dlstrta not only
slept during tho sci-ijlons of the hp,ird,
bill bus, been sleeping nil the whflv
tlie board wii not In t(s'un.
llieCiiunty I'.ugltiecr will also iopi
memo w'urli mat;nil!)tnlzlug the uiiilii
lij'.iil lit lihalnh, whlui will l.v mu'sl
And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound
Had Its Birth and' How the "Panic of '73M Caused
It to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores.
TliU remarlmMo woman, wliovs
maiden name vnn Hltcs, hm born In
Lynn, Mass., February Otli, 181!, com
ing' from n Rood old Quaker fnmlly
Tor some years sbe taught school, and
became known as'a wtiman uf nu alert
.mTsmssL , m
M. flVtfl.ii HTJKniW' Irt'J
restore tho family fortune. They
argued Hint the medicine which nm
so good, for their woman friends unil
neighbor wni equally (food for tho
women of the wholo world.
Tho rinkhnms had no money, and
little credit. Their first laboratory
was thu kltcbcn, wlicro roots ami
herbs were steeped on the stove,
gradually filling a ffrovi of bottle.
Then camo thn question of ellintf
It, for nlwnvs before they had given
It nwny freely. They hired a Job
printer U run off tome pamphlets
setting forth the merits of the medi
cine, now called I.ydla 12. rinklinm'i
Vegetable Compouml. nnd these were
distributed 1V tho l'lnkhain Mtns in
HoKton, New Vorlc, anil Ilruuklyn
The wonderful curative properties of
the medicine were, to a great extent,
self-nihertlilnir. for whoever used it
recommended it to others, and tho de
mand gradually Increnicd.
In 177, by combined efforts the fam
ily had saved enough money to com
mence newhpnperuiivcrii'.iuy unit ijiu
that tlmo the growth and success uf
MOST INSTRUCTIVE SESSION
me In siieau I . . r
( thor'cfuro.foak PHONICS. METHOQ3 OF STORY.
uillan rKhinils'' TCLLINQ AND GENERAL
Atn Aire that, was more like Heaven' SCHOOL ROOM. WORK IS
than any placo I have ever lulled, and, DISCUSSED.
A Digestive Marvel
i Stops tjhat , distress after eating
x, H v"!' ti .il
.ywFor sale! by your druggist, or by
Wt C. Peacock & Co,, Ltd,
nm afraid If 1 uer tlTo. and iu tu Menv
en. tlioviflll 1li6'Ui elliilu inn llilun
for TwlWtlAI,walitl(ig'hlcAivb'niiil Ret
back tu thu I'arudlsu of the Pacific.
Heven of the young Indies lire still
In Snn I'rhnclsco, thu other three hnv
Iiik deiiarled for homo tho cvcnlnc of
pur arrival. They will all leave tumor-
ruw evening. It will. Indeed, bo a sad
parting for me, for 1 hnvo learned to
lovo them very dearly. Thero has
never been tho slightest word between
one nnother, or them and I. Sweet
and lovely, bright and womnnly, their
heaits nro bo filled with nppredation
for favorH shown them during their
ilHlt that when recnlllug tliu many
pleating incldentH It In nut unuHiial to
see hem shedding learn. I, loo, gen
ctally Join In thu chorus, yet moiu
freiineutly sturl tho tune.
Within a day or two I will visit thu
steamship j-olnpauy and git from tlicpi
some oxprussfou us to n rati) for tho
Editorial Association. And will you
plcasu wait upon thu hutels nml get a
rntu? If wo aro fortunate In securing
tjio tnnycnllon, wo can count on four
hundred people. On .tho, mainland It
would number much larger. In pre
sen lug t,hu mutter I will Imvu to
hnvo In ofticlul shape hotel rates and
traurportntlnn, t 1 would exped tu ill
ldo thu delegations between tbo ho
tels. Willi nil tho wonderful things
thai (Jio Creator has donu fur tho Isl
nnds, the extra inst mi tho part o!
citizens wnuli.be very little, ptubably
nut over four or flo bundled dollars.
If lortunato lu getting them 1 will
help you to arraugo thu progrnm, for
I know what they would enjoy, nud
tho necessary arrangements for tho
(onvcntlou. Then, too, I hnvo plans
for llio lllln trip whereby the crowd
coum ho handled and nut bo Imonwi
nlenieil for room nt Volcano lloiisu
nnd V""'"i''"l'"rtntlon ((Volcano. Am
going tu wmli very hard'tu Kccuro thu
convention fur next 1'cbruary, but If
i nui iiis time, will no surv or. It, for
t,ljK fo'llowlng ,ycnr. Uu uit knnw all
tlie'iiitH rf n politician, but will study
iii a lilt. Never wiir much of a field
itltjlng nowj to the leSlileutH. uf f tint
mwt woiiriflnii t,owp. luor Wuilitku
Will, jiactu Ije satldllcd With o)cnlnt;
nf'blds' for new sidewalks with one-
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
is In a 6plendl(j'poiltlon to secure for (ts patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. ''Also Island Poultry of every description,
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. ? FORT ST. OPP. LOVE DLDO.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Ideal country homo nt Mannn Vnllcy,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
(jr. cottage, bam, lawn, fruit trees,
near car line; a.burgulii.
fur ViCC I am uulhoiled lu sell 2.'J0
ucre, wiiu Hiunii nousu, on nuuunii
Ave, near enr lino; Kreu wnter; Heal
vaiuu JJ000.0O. Owner Is forced tu
FOR RENT. '
Wulluku, Maul, April 6, The second
meeting uf the Wulluku branch uf I ho
Mnul Teachers' Astoclatlun was (tilled
lo order' lu the Wulluku school houko
at 10 o'clock uu 1'rlday murntug, April
Cth, l'jo:, with elRlitecn teachers pres
ent. After tho reading uf tho minutes
of the preceding meeting tbo program
opened with u pianola solo.
Mrs, Cupelaud read u paper on "Pho
nics," demonstrating her methods nnd
the results to be obtained by u class of
her pupils who wero In nttendjnvo.
The ability of the youngsters tu read
and pronuumo new, nnd illOlcult words
nt sight was a revelation to some uf
As an Illustration uf bis methods In
slury-tclllng, Mr. Itwecruus told tho
story uf "Chicken l.lttjo" tu a class ut
children, lie then ga'c n paper on the
general tuple of tho cultivation of lor
roct forms of sjiccch by tho pupils, Tho
must cfreuhe wny to procure correct
speech Is tn hnvu thn puplh rcnn
stories written In goudldluniatlc l:mr.
Ufch, mcmoriio them, and then icprn
illuo them with as much dramatic ac.
Lion ns possible.
A pianola sulo fulluwi-d.
Inspector Wells rend 'from tho pre
fine of a manual on tho teaching -jf
pliuulcs by means of diacritical marks.
This reading proxiked n dlscusslun mi
the general topic of phonics, lu which
Mrs, Austin, Mr. Itosecrans, Mr. Cupo
lnuil and uthors look part.
Mr. Wells then dlscussid the sub
ject uf story telling, llo thought tbo
best method was that which tho Indi
vidual teacher could uso best. Mrs.
Austin explained her method. Mrs.
Ilofgnard thought that for tho sake of
securing expression emphatic words
ought to ho marked by the teacher.
Mrs. Austin read n selection from
Mr, II. W. Mnblo's winks un thn Im-
nuitancn uf rcullng. She also told tf
tiomo of the luteiestlng things she saw-
Ill Massachusetts nnd Maine during
ber recent visit l;ust.
' Mr. C'opilauil gau nntlco of his In
tinttun to propose two nmendments tn
eiip constitution nt tho next meeting.
, After receiving tho repents uf com
mittees and tlie appointment Of pro
gi.nm committees for tbo next three
montlis, the meeting ndjourneil to .May
11-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bei)r elec, wire, 1 bloelt
from 2 car lines, $20, per m.
Ir. cottage nnd servant li. nt Walklkl
beach, good bathing; SIO, per in.'
V. K. 11. STUAUCH,
Per Htmr. W (1. Ilnll, April S, from
Nuwlllwlll.-O. M. Wllrux, Miss Wil
cox. 11. II. I'nlnhlld, Mrs. Knlrehlld,
Hraillcy l'lilrchlld, Miss Macfurhim,
Miss l.o Tuler, M I.cusled, 13 K. llluke.
Mr. Jurvhi, II, (iuriuuu, Master Monroe,
mt. Monroe. , u nnwi. .nr. nuena, j.
Sang, Ah Chuck. Mlfs IlaJIma.
Per ttmr. Ko An Hon, April 8, fron'
Kauai. 8. n. Devcrlll and children, C
II, Mnken nnd 3 dock.
and Investigating1 mind, an earnest
seeker after knowledge, nud above
all, possessed of n wundcrfully sympa
In 18(1 she married Isaac I'lnltlinm.
a builder nnd real estate- njierntiir, ntiil
their early married life was marked by
prusperlty and happiness. They had
four children, threo sons nnd a
In thoso (rood old fashioned days; It
wan fominon for mothers to make
their own humo medicines from routs
and herbs', nature's, own reihedles
calling- In a physician only In hpealuUy
urgent cases. Hy tradition und ex
perience many of them gnlned a won
derf til knowledge pf the curative pniji.
enttiUi)f'tio Various reWith unil ltcrln.,
jirs.'l'lnlclmm took a great Interest
In the study uf rwl qnd herbs, their
1inriiiti,rlktlt-i nml ihiwit over disease.
Hh iiiiuutAlnrd tlmt Just as niitiim su !." , ,il " j ,
lwuntlfuliy iWAlcs'ln Mil' harvest- ''"" r'tn
'..i.i. i....i,,vaiii .mmhIiIi, r,-uMi (if nvniinuii w
"Chicago has bun policeman tn every
threo salobns." "This eIvo ymt threo
guotses ns to wheto tho policeman Is."
Cluvcluml Plain Dealer.
hli'lf ijf thu expenses jtu be borne by the
plugjiaulmnus fouled prujierty )iulicrx.
Shcflff b'.TtTcrj' was nuthurlzcd tu np
polut one muro jiullcc utUcer foe Pnla,
one fur Wnlluku, and one, fur Kaluku
luu nud lionoKohaii. Tbo claims of
the olllccra under the difuurl Couuty
Act uf JU03 vcrc further deferred an
the committee hnd not reported un
same. Thf must exciting event H the
mi cling this week was when Mr. J. II,
13vaus appeared before tho Hoard tu
demand for payment uf his claim fur
prnfi sslunnl services un two mules be
longing tu the mud hoard nml also thn
road engineer's horse. The Hoard at
first refuted tu pay thn hill, but when
Mr. Howell ntrccd tu pay bis own bill,
amounting tu K, Mr. i:nnr claim nfter
deducting $5, was ordered paid, unci
trauipillily Mils I entered.
WAILUKU NEWS NOTES
Wnlluku, Maul, April C Tbo tialv.e
lion Army Is holding u series ut spec
ial meetings while Captulu Ikimhcrry
Is with them.
The llule.il.alu Ledge,-. K. uf P., and
the Nawalelia Court uf C.il.mthe wero
guests uf thu Maul Lodge. K. of P. nt
ljhnlnu last Sunday during then
Miss Aycrs uf tbu Kindergarten In
visiting frlendi lu Luhaluu iluriug tlw
Thu West Maul teachers held u very
Interesting session lu tho Wulluku
High School Kilday, April ti. A lurgu
majnrlly uf tho teueheis were present.
Ihero Is still much slekuess in und
around Wnlluku. All uf tbo physi
cians ute kept busy nuswerlug culls.
Miss llahli uf the .Settlement Huiid.
Is now luiiviilesccut.
Deputy Cuiiuty Attorney Crockett Is
ut his wuik iijpilu utter uu llluens of
several weeks. '
JAMES DLACKIE DEAD,
Thu following ficim nu English pa
per tells uf the passing uf emu well
known lu Hawaii;
A Leeds Man's Death in Trliilil.nl
the death has occurred ut Trinidad .'
Jlr Juiiitu lllnekle, uf -tj, lluilliigtou
ituud, UcUa. who was trntelllns rep
resentative fur Messrs. John I'uwler
and Company, engineers', lie was
burn nt HerwIck-un-Tweed St jears
ago, und had travelled practically all
over tbo world In bis business cnp.ieity.
"Old Jim," as he w'ns familiarly known
among his iiccimilntnqces, was very
much respected, nnd mado many frlnula
cmrlng his travels. Ilo leaves a widow
and a sun rind daughter.
' ' i ,i
The DU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulle.
tin arid tlie vyeekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and reali es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7K& Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
si pof yf- -
"Curious Iciei. this transmigration
of souls," rnlil tho man who rends pin.
found things superllolnlly "Yea," nn
fcwered Miss Cayenne. "If I thought
to mo human Icings 1 know could pos
sibly be. transfigured Into animal I
shuuldu't be nearly as tuud uf pets at
fli-iils lrnd breliKMn VCffctMilo filOlH of
.aUJjlieh;., t$" UiKULiUUe tlii
lie (iii)hD, lucthu .xiwtiund Serbs
of tho Held thero aro n medics ex
prehnly delgue-iito,eurc thu vnrluus
ills nnd weaknesses uf tho IkmIj-, nml
It was her pleasunTtil search thesoout,
and prepare simple niid'etVectlviT medi
cines for her oyu fainlly.and friends.
Chief or ll'iesr wTns n rare comblnn
'11cm of the choicest medicinal roots
and herbs found best adapted for tho
ourp of Jho UN und uenkncMics pecu-Ilactothofc-nmleM'X,
hnm'H friends and neighbors learned
that her compound relieved nnd cured
and It becamo quite popular among
All this mi fnr wasdono freely, with
out money and without price, as u
lalxir uf love.
Hut In 187,1 tho financial crlslsstruch
Lynn. Its length and severity were too
much for the largo rcalestatolnterests
of tho l'lnkhain fuinllv, ns this class
of business mi Ifc red most from
fearful di-nresslon, mi when the Ceiiten
nlnl vear dawned It found tliclr iinnv
rrty swept uwny. Some other suurco
of lucomo had to bo found.
At this point Lydln II. l'lnkhum's
Vegetable Cumpouud waii luaclu known
to thu world.
Tho threo sons ami tho daughter,
with their mother, combined forces to
tlie enterprise wero nssured. until to-
day Lvdln 13. l'lnkhaiu and her Vege
table Compound hnvo pecomo nonce,
hold words everywhere, and ninny
tons of roots and herbs aro used annu
ally In Its manufacture.
Lydln K. l'lnkhnm herself did not
five to wo the great success uf this
work, hlie pnscd to her reward yearn
ago, but not till sho had provided
means for continuing her work ns
effectively ns she could huve douo It
During her lonff and eventful expe
rience she wns ever methodical 111 her
w ork nnd she w ns always careful toprc
servo u rccurduf every case that came to
her attention. Tbo cajo uf every sick
woman who applied to her fur advice
and there were thousands received
careful study, nnd the details. Includ
ing symptoms, treatment nnd results
we rv recorded fur future reference, and
to-day these records, togotner wim
Iliousaims mauo hiuce, aro
Melt women the world
nrnr. nnd renrrscnl a vnst eullnliora-
imu ui iniiinuaiioii riumuiif mu
treatment of woman's IHj, which for
niitheptlelty nnd necurney can hardly
be equaled lu any library la tho
With I.ydla 13. IMnlcham worked her
daughter -In -law. the present Mrs.
rinkliam. nho wascarciutiy luMrucieci
lu nil her haid-won knowledge, and
for venrs she tisslsted her lu hfr vast
To her humls naturally fell the
direction of tho work when Its origina
tor pawed away. Tor nearly twenty
llvo years she has continued It, and
nothing In thu work shows when the
tlrst I.ydla 13. l'lnkhain droniwil her
pen, niiit tbo present Mrs. I'lnkbam,
now the mother of a large family, took
It up Wlthwomuu lu-sistants, somuui
capable as herself, thu present Mrs.
l'iiiklmm continues this greatw urlcnnd
probably from tho ofllcu of no other
Jhtxoii hnvo so many women Wen nd.
vised how to regulu health. Sick wo
men, this uilvlce. Is ''Yours for Health"
freely given if you ouly wrlto to ask
Such Is tho history of Lydln 13. Pink'
ham's Vegetable) Coinixmiid ; mado
from simple routs ami herbs ; tho ono
great inedtcluo for women's ullmeiits,
and thu lilting monument to thu nobl
woman whoso uanio It bears.
IJT ni T ATCTTDQ f
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have oltcn, perforce, to use 15
candle power when 1-candle power wculd sulflcr. This means that tho
lamp wastes you money and mora money In the course of a year than
HYLO LAMPS on the other hsmd, save you money, for they en
ailo you to turn your light down frcm 16-cp. to 1 c.p. at will.
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUABLE FOR THC SICK ROOM, AND
CAN BE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
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Office. Klnn St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390.
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Genuine Largo Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN IUANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and will bo sold In bulk.
Many peoplo are unaware of the fact that olives cold In bulk are
equally as good as bottled olives, These olives of ours are, If any.
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Price!
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