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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, SHPT. 15. 1M5.
Short Stories for Evening Hours
A., and nlmll take, chargo of soma
mines nt that place. 1 hope you will
he Imppy In your choice. One thing I
desire to Impress upon you, DcbbIc,
and that is1 that should you ever need
a friend, or should the time come that
j'oti mlRhl need me, a letter will call
me to your sldo at once, for t shall he
true to J on until death.
"Voum very truly.
8ho folded up the letter very care
fully nnd place It well down near the
bottom of an old tiunl: that stood In
"It Isn't probable that I shall ever
need to look at that note again, but
BESSIE BARTON'S MISTAKE
By c. f. Merrill.
Well," cxrlalmrd Miller llarton, as
l.e lititiK hta old llourcovercd hat on
the peg t" tho left of the stove, "'It'll
been a had day all 'round at the mill.
The old drhlnc whec Is about dono
for and has given mo nil hinds of trou
ble, and to make matters worse,
Ueorgo ban lelt me."
Ilia daughter, llesslo. to whom ho
Jiad addressed bin remark, was his
nil hl only comfort In hli old age.
Her mother had been dead a number
o yean, and the household cares and
duties had fallen to llcasle, an only'M ,,,. i i.nj ictier keen It. Willi a
cniiu. tine was a ijimcui muni
daughter, and pretty enough to hnvo
figured as the original of the old mil
"You hay that George has gone, fa
ther?" quietly rcnlarked llesslo, not
lifting her eyes from the stove nt
which she was preparing an evening
"Yes, lass. Ho did not show up at
the mornlngw ork, but at noon ho
came over and told mo that be would
go away for a spell. An uncle of his
r.wns come mines out nt Virginia City,
Nevada. That's In the United Htatcs,
tome place. Atijhow, he will mlus
eld Kngland, but not half as much as
I shall miss him. Ho has been with
me since he was a boy, and I looked
on him almost as a son."
llesslo ndgeted with a frylmpan for
n moment. Then, looking tip sudden
ly, nsked: "Did bo say ho was going
to his uncle's mines to work?"
"Yes; said he expected to make a
fortune out that way. Hy tho way,
lass, wasn't there some understand
ing between you nnd George? 'Pears
to mi! you thought a good deal of each
other, and I can tell you, lass, nothing
pleased my old heart more, for he was
n man among men tall, Btrong ns on
ex, nnd as honest as daylight. What
more could you want, lass? I have
noticed a coolness atwlxt you two
ever since that snipper-snapper of a
dude came to the village". Now, tell
me, lass, as a woman of good judg
ment that I haveatways thought you
to be, can you compare George to that
clgarette-3inoklng dude that s been
lagging at jour heels ever since ho
tame to Inquire about you after tho
heavy rain you got caught In."
"I'm her, joii shall not call Mr. Ash
ley such names! Ho Is smart and In
tellectual. Ho dresses to perfection,
and seems to be George's superior lu
"Well, maybe you think so, tlcslc
girl, but I dont. Some day you will
seo the difference, but It will be on
the'othcr side of the book, and also
Now that George was really gone, a
move be had told her he was going to
mnko shortly, a faraway look came
Into her eyes nnd n shadow settled
over her lovely face that would not
be gone nt will. She had loved Gcorgo
ns -playmate when they had rambled
along tho banks of the old mill stream
gathering alder-berrlcs, and had kept
right on loving him as a man to bo
proud of. The old miller had many a
timi) thought of tho future when
George would be running the mill and
his lass attending to household affairs
while he himself (twaddled a couple
of grandchildren on tho sunny side oT
the houso by tlte garden patch. Hut
n cloud bad risen lu the sbopo-nf Mr.
Ashley. No ono knew who ho was or
where he came from, llesslo had
been Introduced to him at a husking
bee, and he had followed up the ac
quaintance with a perfect shower of
flowers, candy, small talk nnd .such
like weapons as nru usually bnndted
by men of his stamp, that ho had com
pletely turned her head for tho llmu
Such rose-colored pictures bo could
draw to tho mind's o)o of homes In
far distant cities as compared with
any that u prosy miller could give her.
Gcorgo had entered protest after
protest, but all fell Mat. An Infatua
tion beyond her power of understand
ing ceemed to consumo her.
Vcll, lass, 'tis no' my Intention
to balk you In any way, but tako n
rood old duddy'H advice, what has lov
il you and watched over you since
joii was a weo bit of a girl; I say,
lake my adlcc and look about ou
Ho shoved back Jits chair from the
table and was about to leave tho room
lor a pull at his old back pipe on the
bench b the kitchen door, but turned
I'bout and, diawlng n Utler from the
nm pit' folds of bis blouse, he handed
It to his daughter. "Ho guvo It to mo
lor to give to you just us ho was go
llesslo eleared away thn table, and
wlnlo washing the dishes and placing
them lu their proper places her mind
(outluually dwelt on tho undisputed
luct that tleorgu bad left tho mill and
i.ouo way over to tliu United States.
What did ho want to do that for?
There wu plenty of places where ho
lould have gone that wuh not so far
nwuy. Hut then sho thought It was
best best for both of them. She nev
er could think of being n milter's wlfo
nnd drudging away day In and day
out as she- was doing now with prob
able furlhor cares added to her lot;
at least not after all shu had learned
Hum Mr. Ashley. ."Ho seems to bo
r.o much In love with me. Ills fiery
wiy of making lovo to mo fall ly takes
my bienlh away at times. So diner
out from George., Oh! I know I shall
bo happy far happier than as
George's wife." Thug Hollloqiiltlug,
she gently picked up tho nolo her fa
ther had led on the tnhlo and went
iiputalis to her own loom to read It,
"Why should I even read It?" sho
raid aloud to herself. Hut sho slowly
opened the envelope and drew out the
folded nolo within,
"My Dear llesslo: From tho tesult
of our last talk 1 havu ciimu to tho
tuiiclusloii that It Is useless to appeal
fuither. I will not tako up any nioru
el your tlmo thnu possible, but I do
wish to say It la a tenlblo blow to me,
I mu going to an uncle of mine who
lives at Virginia City, Nevada, U. S.
bad directed hcr's correctly.
Hello ,Bobl Vhero you going In
such ft Ihundorlng hurry? Why don't
you knock tho wind out or a poor old
miner and bo dono with It?"
"Didn't you hear about tho big ex
plosion of flr damp In tho Consolidat
ed Virginia Mine? Happened about
an hour sro. Kilted several miners.
(leorge Howard, the superintendent
. The American Song Crop S
the "provli.ccj," ns those States and
Territories arc called that puy theat
rical tribute to New York have a we!
ueorge iioTBru, me supcriniciuiuni, , 7 . . .
got ft pretty good Jolt, no I hear. He A I tome variation from the popular song,
down hero In the hojpltal now. I'm J True, thtie are still the parks wheic
going don to sec bltn. Hog been n.cne may hear tr.o lonely wall of the
preoccupied nlr she went about her
duties of the early evening, which
mainly consisted of altering and
lumcwhnt primping up n dress for the
coming picnic, a week from that day,
Three months hnd come and gone,
Mr. Ashley hnd been attentlveneta
personified. Old Miller llarton hnd
tolerated Ashley's presence and at'
tcntlons to his daughter, but further
than that he would not go. He bad a
must rust of the man on general prin
ciples. Ills actions wcro not nlwnyt
open and above-board, and the miller
kept a sharp eye on bl in whenever
they met outside his own home, but
icfrnlncd from any personnl remarks
within the hearing if bis daughter.
Ono day a quietly dressed gentleman
nrrlved In the village from nobody
knew where nnd from the persistent
way he kept his mouth shut no one
could find out what ho camo fur, or
how long ho was going to stay. Tho
quietly dressed gentleman took quite
an Interest Iim thn miller's work nnd
would often sit for hours, watching
the big wheels grinding, away at tho
grain fed to them. He asked very
lew questions and answered less. Ills
eyes seemed always to bo on the look
out for someone and that someone
wa Mr. Ashley, As Mr. Ashley was
n frequent visitor to tho miller's homo
and tho quietly dressed gentleman did
thu same honors for tho mill, they
struck up an acquaintance which, in
n short time, bound them so closely
that when the quietly dressed gentle
man left the village Mr. Ashley went
with him, rather against his will, but
l.e went Just the same with n hand
cuff decorating his right wrist and Its
mate securely attached to tho quietly
The charge wns safe-blowing with
desertion of wife nnd child. He had
been searched for high and low for
several months, nnd It was only by
chauco that Information bad comu to
Scotland Yard from this quiet north
ern village. ,
Poor llesslo! Tho blow to her was
K-vere! To havo her hopes dashed to
the ground by such means! What lu
thu world shildld silo ever da? Sho
was ashamed to tide any of her vil
lage menus, not alone, on account of
the disgrace that-had como to her'.
but nil the world, as she thought.
knew how she hnd treated George
Howard. Jler erstwhile Infatuation
for Ashley had tied completely. A
loathing most Intense had taken Us
place. Sho did not hesitate to tell
herself what a narrow escape she had
On tho day after Ashley's arrest
her father, out of respect to hec feel
ings, said not a word, but went to his
duties at the mill; but a hundred
times that day ho wandered to tho
dour Just to catch a gllmpBu of his
unhappy lass, and then returned to bis
work with a look .In his eyes that bod
id 111 to auyonu that should again
cumo a-woolng of his daughter.
After tho evening meal ho stood by
the door smoking his pipe and gat
ing at the stars as they popped out
one by ono. Quietly shu stole to her
father's side and gently laid u band
on his big manly shoulder. Ho tinn
ed nnil gazed Into bis daughter'. eyes,
which were dimmed with a sudden
flow of tears. Gathering her into his
iirniH ho kissed her bouule. hair ugnln
Poor little lass! 'Tls your old dad
dy -who will stand by you In your trou
ble. Tliero Is ono other who will
Mam! by you, loo, lass. Scull for him.
Send tonight, llesslo gl'rf." " "
"Oh. father! do you really think ha
would como hack to' miserable me?-
no you ttiink he would torcivo. Ho
suld in that note you brought mu that
If I ever needed him ho would come,
It ho was aiue. Huicly I need him
"Theie, tliero, lass! Don't cry nny
more, "t'ls lucky that you are that
the scoundrel was found out In time,
Now run up to your room and write,
to George and tell him, well, you
know wbaMn tell blm better than I
(an say. Hun Along, now, for I am
going over to Hartley's to see about
that spring wheat."
With that he strodo off toward the
llesslo pondered long and deep be
loro sho decided to write to George
not that she did not want blm In come
but It seemed that tlifl whole miser
able) affair redounded to her discredit.
At last, after many stalls and do
Miuctluns of first pages, and ninny
M'd crying spells and nose-wipes, site
(oueluded her letter. Already tho old
lifted Ion was In complete possession
of her. How had slio over been so
blind to a lovo that wuh us noble us
God ever placed In tho heart of man?
Thu letter was posted nnd a ong
waiting spell entered Upon. What
t-hoqld sho do in the meantime to
pass away tho long days nnd oven
week before, she (ould .hear from
him. Of course, sho knew that he
could not leave his piesent work and
leturu by tho next steamer, hut sho
would Hiuely get word from blm, and
then bow happy shu would he. And
how happy sho would try to mako
Georgo for all these months of sad
iichs and scpatatloii. They would
lake long wulks 'together, down the
creek and up the creek, A thousand
different amusements were thought
up and Jotted duwu sq .that sho w-puld
not f oi net them, A hundred times
hud sho been to thu old trunk und
ie-reail tho address to mako sure sho
good friend to me. I was talking to
the doctor n few minutes ago. It J
rays he thlhks Gcorgo will pull
through 0, K. HopO ho doci, for ho
Is one of the best bones we over had.
Come on down and seo him."
A the week came around In which
Hoaslo might look for a possible an
swer to her letter, she spent most of
the time at the street Sate waiting
Or the VlllagO postman. Day, nfter
day brought dliappolntmcnt. The
postman told a friend of his that bo
dreaded to pais Miss llartou's col
tagc, became there was such a pain
Jul, dCsappoln'.cd look lu bir face
when ho told her each day that there
was no letter for her.
Ono day the postman started on his
rounds n little earlier than usual, but
wnen he arrived at the llarton cottage
there was no nnxlous face to greet
him. llesslo had gone to a neighbor's
on an errand, There was n Ieltei
this day and the postman drtno on to
(lie mill, only a few yards below, ana
delivered the long looked lor letter u
the od miller.
"Who Is this for?" nsked the mil
ler. "Pre left my glasses at the house
and can't rend n word of It "
"It's for Miss llessle," returned I he
postman ns he drove off.
The old miller shut off his water
wheel and trudged over to thn cot
tage, and carefully plnced thn letter
on his daughter's table, with Its face
down, he not noticing the difference
without tho aid of his glasses, Short
ly afterwards, as llesslo came by the
mill, her father Informed her that a
letter had come whlln sho was away,
ami that he had placed It on the lit
tle table III her room .
With feverish hastu she entered the
yard and fntrly flew up tho path to
the house. Entering her loom, her
eye at once fell on the letter lying on
hor table. It wns covered with for
eign postmarks nnd stnmplngs of post
offices. Slowly she picked It up nnd,
with a beating benit, turned It over to
devour with eagerness the nddress be
fore opening It, Sho gazed again nnd
ngulu at the nddress. It was nearly
obliterated by postmarklngs and other
typo-stamped lines. Taking It to tho
window for better light, she made out
the address to bo in her own hand
writing and across thn end of the en
vclopu wns printed In red letters:
"DEAD; NOT DELIVERED."
m i "
Declares For Hearst
Now York. Aur. 21. Charles F.
Murphy, leader of Tammany, practl
cally committed himself and the or
ganization, if ho can control It, to tiio
support ot W. R. lleant for the Dem
ocratic nomination for Governor In an
Interview which he gave today at the
Fourteenth street wigwam. Tammany
Is now divided Into two hostile camps,
lu one of which arc tho friends of
Mayor Pureell, flying the Jerome ban
ner; thi other, of which Murphy's
leadership Is acknowlcdgoJ, shouttnj
It Murphy wins a, the primaries
September ICth, Tammany, beyond
question, Impartial observers cay, will
go 'to Buffalo committed to Hearst's
..Murphy said tho un!t nil a would
utdoub.cdly be adopted and tho 105
vines ot Tammany would be cast lor
the candidate favored by the major
ity of all tho delegates, Ho would not
positively admit that Hearst was his
perconal choice, but no other tunclii
slon could be drawn from his Inter
view a's a whole. Tammany accepts
tho interview an tho declaration of
Murphy for Hearst.
Murphy said he had not observed
any sentiment lu Tiuiimuiiy for tho
nornl.njitlon of' District Attorney Jer
ome for Governor by tho Democratic
Stato Convention, but there was, he,
fcld, plenty of sentiment for Hem si.
ami It was tho rule of Tammany to bu
guided by tho sentiment of tho orgnnl
nation, and ho would be guided by It
at the State convention.
District Attorney Jeromo tonight
gave out, the following statement! "It
is no surprise to mo to Ilud .Murphy
practically declining for Hearst, The
only reason for my taking an active
part in polltlcH this year Is to carry
on the llght'or last joar, whli.li was n
light to free the people and parties
from tho domination of Just such po
This Is the tcaeon ot the )c.ir when convenient II" about Its coming from
a currespoudeme school that tcachfJ
practical horseshoeing In ten lessons,
Jack gurgles forth:
It's only a mcfB.ige from home, sweet
l'lom loved ones down on the farm
I'ond wife nnd mother, sister und
Praying to guard mn from harm.
And baby Is Ihplug u piujcr tonight
To bless mo where'er I roam,
"We'll welcome ou. Jack, If you'll
musical rim cricks exiled from 'dear
old Broadway," hut these artists aie
f.eacr.illy ((intent to work over the fav
orites of the past, and tired ears and
memories are not Jarred by their dole
ful cadences, says the Knii'iis City
It Is tho newest "musical hit," the
thing that climors to get Into jour
head In word ami melody, that Is wear
Isome. Thu old pleies that huvc bl1
lowed over the footlights for tcteral
Wns the message fiom home, sweet
They should certnlnly quash the In
dktment nnd ll "Jack" oinn home
when li" gets us bnd ns that.
tint ll tati'f nil ci-ntiii final enllfia 111
scij-oiis are rather vuutlilnt; than oth. ... .... lnnt., .n.,. .,,..,. 111(.i.
Inncboly is broken, even fractured, by
we wander aim- .,-i irt, ...,i i,, i,
lessly tbro.iKh the pirk of a Summer wll( Ymlr ,, Ax, ,, ,,
night the ripple of an accompanlm-nt ,.WlvltI M(. Almlll, Apallj wle-.
floats out from the beer garden and nro ,,,. samllM, 0no u,thp ot lll0
wafted to us on the vagrant bueze (Ucr w be ,. ,, f ,,,,,.,. tho
come the words: .,.-
" und unto blm these cruel wordj
she then did roflly t,ay," with the en-
ress of an old friend. However much
we may deprecate thn fail that father
Is still iincmplojcd, wn ((el no recent
iiieut now When a big blonde with
asthmatic air valves merrily carols
the unchallenged ini'stagx-
lie sits around all day,
I'eet propped up to the llre-r-r-r-e
Smoking liU pipe of, etc.
Hut out of the Hast comes word that
the army of song writers lu '"Ilnpan
Alley" Is working with frmzlcd cnergj
on the 1IHMJ-7 popular longs, lu re
viewing the present situation we find
that sentiment Is still the guiding
light of song-composing genulus. Hut,
while sentiment has been pretty well
viorknl over, there Is n decided break
ing away from Indian luve ditties and
coon songs, nnd even the tenr-compel-Hug
"mother" melodies have been left
nt the post, The present tendency
seems tu be along lines suggested by
Waltz me moutu again. Willie,
Aiouiid, niiiund, around;
The music Is dreamy. It's peaches and
Oh, don't let my fed touch the
I feel like a ship on nn ocean of Joy,
Oh. waltz me riround again, Willie,
Aiound, around, around.
"Soon aflcr I licgnn to take
Wlno orCnrdul 1 could ace thnt
I wn be(jlniiin(f lo (jet back
That U tho comment Mm. Seymour
If you are lick yon can tike Wine of
Csrdul arid tecum health nnd s'.remrtli. If
other medlcluci and other trctiuent hivo
failed, that will make no illfn mieo. 1 eir
women have taken V iuo nf ( urdui at fiit.
Hy far the greater itiiiiilmr of Wine of
C'nrdtil cirri aro wo.ue i w Im co'tld not
secure relief clcwbere. All druggist- sell 1 .00 bottli-i l W lio of Cardul.
N'o. Straight Pt., niiANi. T u-: -, Mrrrt.
I am plwuwd to endorse Win of ''urdul as ! fn .-i 1 it w ln'iu-Lcial n
rMore my strength after luyKitry wis bom. I c uM i f in to r t well
Miuugh to be up and able to do mywotk, aiur " I hail l-iri in Im-,' fir i(
weeks this was rather ;rIou, but soon nfti-r 1 txgan to V. ( " ' '.irdui 1
Could see Hint I was l'tflnuliitf to (ftt lock my strength, l.i n r w.vlc
I was able to lit up most of tho day and in a mu-.t!i 1 v n :.l U-1 -. i ; uid
do lacut of my work. I think Itn i j7, "
splendid inedidiKj for n woman and iJiAA. Vt- C?JyyUr'-
can oacUiuly give it highest praise.
thuhmh, woiuh'a latnmit, ixiacs.
FORTUNES IN STOCKS.
New York. Aug. I". Winners u;
millions In the Hurrlman linen coup
H. II. Ilnriltuaii, IS.onu.dUd.
King Hdwurd VII, iu0.000.
William Itockcfeller, fl.ooo.noo.
Alfred 0. Vatiderbllt, JI.000.OOU.
Jatucn , Ktcuc. r.'.OOO.UOO.
John W. Gales, fl.U0U.000.
II. II. Itogers, tl.OUO.AOO.
William K. Vnnderbllt; SI.00O.0O0.
James Rtlllmnn. Jl.uuo.noo.
The executive committee of the
I ITnton mu) Kniitlirrii t'acllli (Otiinanies
Kiss Me mi the Cheek. Me l.lps AM ,m1lfli llllav ii.ni i, flui,ii;
Cr:i(ked," and "1 Uived lllm Till Hi- dividends had been declaied: A semi
KUkcd .Me In the I'aie" We bav .,, ,n v1mii1 of 2 per cent on the
been surfeited for )ears with a dtlaxo ,,l,(l.rr(., and n seml-nnnuul dividend
of songs about rmes. honeysuckles, of B )l(r t,,nl t)l0 commo mock (it
vino-ciau co tinges aim oiucr gieer.
house obligates, world without end.
Ah n variation one new writer taket
us behind the burn nnd softly warbles
"When the Onion Illooms Again. Sweet
Imogent." That ought lo bring tears
As n further concesslun to vegeterlau
Isrfl we are to have Hie soul-meltlug
"'Tls Turnip-Picking Time I'pon tho
Farm," with luilvo disregard of the
well known agricultural fact thut tur
nips nro nulled or plowed up. not
' nlnkfwl fr,im tr,.ia
One of tho new things that falrl)
cxudei (Ci.Umciit goes buck to tin old,
ovc worked milt, now grown very
'While the old mill wheel Is turning,
1 wilt lovo you, Annie, dear;
Let your he.trt be full of sunshine when
I'm f.tr away from here;
Kiss this tos? and say, 'He loves me.
And hs'll toon be homawnrd-bouud.'
While, the old mill wheel Is turning,
bwecthaart, round nnd round."
But something gels thn matter with
the old mill Whit'l and It slops, nnd
with It "bis love." and nlso, fortunate
ly, the song. One mtliiislnst can not in
sist the tcmptutloii lit write u gloomy,
sentimental thing that ought to bring
applause from the gallery autocrats
beating thn soulful title:, "Only a Mes
sage fiom Home. Sweet Home." It
should be explained, however, that thn
Jack referred to Is n tenderfoot on a
Texas rntubv Hn gets a letter und his
ensey corner associates pass tho merry
quip about It being from u sweetheart.
Instead of standing pat and telling u
the Union P.iclllc. nnd a seml-aniiu.il
dividend of -': per (cnt on the nun-
moil stock of thn Southern Pacific.
Thn p per cent dividend on the com
mon stotk of the t'nloii Pacific com
putes with n previous dividend of 3 per
(etit on that slock. Tho dividend on
Southern Pacific common stock Is the
first ever derlared on that stool:. The
official announcement ravs:
"It Is iiudeistood that of the divi
dend of r, per cent on thn common stock
of tiie Union Pacific 3 per cent Is
charged to turplus earnings uf the
allroad and 2 per rent to Income from
Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
A Case of Mis. Keams delicious
Jams, Jellies and
makes a nice souvenir nf llic Islands. I lies
Quids are cirried by Hie leading wlinlcr.tih
and retail houses and arc supplied to Hie
Pacific Ahil, Oceanic and T. K. K. line of
MRS. ANNIE KEARNS,
FACTORY, HOTEL ST, HONOLULU, T.H
Good appatlte, good digestion,
lhoj irs tssoitlal tu good health; tnd ths
following tesllraoaUl shows how thsj wtr
obUlnuif Ijr using
"Six jsari ago I la I in attack of Indf-
?Mtloa and liver romiiUInt that lasted
or wksj. I was unM to da tar hard
land 1)i:paiitmi:nt. tuhmtouy
notice of sale of lands at
At 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, Octo
tier ltlli, 1IKIC, at front entrance to Ju
dietary Ilulldlng, Honolulu, there will
bo sold nt Public Auction, unili'r mo
pioNlslons of Part IV, Section IT,
Laud Act, ISO."., (Hcctlon :?t'. Itctlscd
Ijiws of Hawaii), the following
1-OT8 OK OlIOICi: LAND l.OOATT.I)
ON MAKIKI HI.OI'HH, KON'A,
l,ot No, Area. Upset Prlro.
r.su ttv.'ud si. it ii7r.ii.oo
6!iu 134870 " 5750.01)
C9IA fi7475 " SSOtl.UO
C'JIli 7710 " TOU.t)')
C'JL' 4207C " S750.O0
Tends: Cash, V. H. Hold Coin.
Kor plans und further paitlciilurs up.
ply nt lainil Department, Judiciary
JAS. V. PIIATT.
Commissioner of Public l.iiinls.
Honolulu, T, II., Hcptember lltli,
3li;-Hcpt. II, JS. 22. 20: Oct. fi, 10.
What A Burial Contract.
Will DoFor You
Every man and woman In the Territory, whether rich or poor, should
become a member of the Harrison Mutual Burial Association.
A proper burial Is assured every member.
In case of death, whether from accident or natural causes, a StOO fu
neral Ic given to Class A members, and n $S0 funeral to Class D members
Funeral services may be held from the home, or from the' Association
Rooms, as relatives or friends may wish. Members become fully protected
for all benefits from the moment they receive their membership certificate.
Any person In good health, from t to 70 years of age, Is eligible for
After payment of membershln fee. there Is no further cost than an oc-
caslenal small assessment to pay the share In the funeral expense's ol a
It Is the cheapest and most Important beneficiary ever ottered to the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF J09EPH H. NISHWITZ.
"You Infernal old lying liypocrlln,
you told tun I conlil truHl Hint Inn so.
"Wen. inn met timi you urn wiowb mat
I was iikiii. .snoua tuai you wis
liltlil? What do nu mean? Ho ran
away the first time I tried tn let him
stand." "My ft lend, permit me to
tell you snmethlnK, It Is nvldent that
you have paver become nwaro of tho
linpoitniice of speaking tho Knllsli
JaiiRtiage piojieily. When you weie
bnrKnluliii; for tho .hniso lu question
you usked: 'Can I trust blm?' I re
plied, that joii i ould. Literally that
was true. You did trust him, liemu
you could. Jf you asked: 'Will It ho
safe for me to tpist him?' 1 would havo
nun io uugttci in mu ucBiiuve, .iop i
am u truthful man, us every deucon
should bo. Ah, my dear sir, how often
do people In this world blame then for
wrongs that they havo not committed.
Hyn you havo accused me ot cheating
you, wneu your i.iiiuy i.iiyusn uiuiio
Tho uuderslKued liavlni; been ap
pointed Administrator of tho estate of
Joseph II. Nlshultz ot LordshurK. '"'
ifurulu, deceased, notleo Is hereby
Kiven to nil persons huvliiK rlalma
aitalust iliu said csluto to piesent the
saiiiii to the uuderslitiied nt tho utile"
of O, II. Dlehey lu Honolulu, properly
authenticated within six months of
this dale" or they will ho foruer liar
Administrator i:stalo of Joseph
II Nlshwltz, Deceused.
3482- Sept 8, in. 22. 211.
Ass n Undertakers ;
SECBETAnY'O OFFICE, ALAKEA ST. near KING ST. Phone Main dlt
SPAVIN CURE C
B w w I 1
work, htd no appetlto, food distressed ne,
tnd 1 suffered much from headache. Ily
skin was sallow, sn. sleep did sot refresh
me. I trksl setersl remedies without
obUlnlng iny relief. Finally, one ,of my
eustonert' recommeniled Ajer's Sarsipa
rills. It helped me from the first in
fact, after taking ill bottles I was com
pletely cured, and could eat anything tnd
sleep like a child."
There are rryuiv Imitation
De sttro you got "AYER'S."
l'.a Ilia M for mittftturftl
.t la. I.as-uj-j It. Hrimtiihliotirf-
Lr-r'KLT.'-.. ItilliiiuM. ..r ui...r.ii..t,.
I.VK.7.iruruTf.7Vv.l, in ii full, fitmi r4ni.
kfilM3lNSAT1f0.HHi'u( wr puUoi.1,11.,
Muiu i.y iruzcix.
ll,r .t .
was to blame. Dut I forgivo jou. 1
never harbor rosoatmeiit. Oo. rlr, co.' .lrt,k,Bf,j,c.Arc..urti,M...u.s.A.
III IllJ llltlK1"1 nill bUlVIVM w-
proach yoil.' Chlcaco llccord-Hcrald.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING. PAPER HANQINQ ANP
1335 Nuuanu St., Below Honolulu Hotel
Troy Chemical Co.. Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: About tvjj years ago a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whit seemed to be a Bad sprain of the otf fore fetlock, which made her
very lamo; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but still lamo and got worse when worked. !
then teled another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your Save-the-Horae from your agent
In this city. After treatlnn the mare with this for about two weeks I
oavo her some slow driving; sne Improved very much, and by the tlmo I
had used up the bottle I was able to drive her twenty or thirty miles with,
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes sound; I also with the samo
oouie removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of oome benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNCLL, A0 California SL
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Rlngbene, Thoroughpln, Gurb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tendon or
any case cf lameness. Horse ran he worl.eil nB usual and with boots, a
no harm will result fuim Hnildlnir of limit or destruction nf Imlr.
C f)f per bottle, with a written i;unrnntec, n lilndlni; to protect yon ss
TJ,UU tho bait legal talent could mnko It.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y.
Tray, N. Y,
TRADE SUPPLIED DY HOLLISTER DRUG CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
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