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EVENING nm.LRTIN, HONOLULU. ,T, H 8ATUrtDAY. .IAN. C, 1907. -..-, ff
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Short StoriesFor Evening Hours
THE YOUNG DOCTOR'S
Rich and Mellow
Lovejoy & Co.,
902-9 J 4 Nuuanu Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
What Prominent People Say
The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n
Messrs. Harrison Mutual llurlnl Asso
Gentlemen: Your Association not
only assures at cry mombor of u prop
er and dccciil Imrlnl at very Hmnll
cost, but relict en cithern of response
Mllty they uro not always prepared
FATHER II. VALENTIN.
Messrs. Harrison Mutual llurlul Asso
clallon. Ocntlcmcn: I Imvo carefully Invcs-
Heated tho ptaim of i our Association
uml urn heartily In favor with the
Idea. You may put mo on your list at)
a member, and I recommend everyone
In Join whether they think they will
need tho benefit or not.
W'M. V. MAM.
Gentlemen: I cheerfully glvo my
Indorsement to tho Harrison Mutual
Umlal plan and believe It u great ben
ellt to the community.
Very truly yours,
M. M. PARKER.
Harrison Mutual llurlul Association:
ncntlcmcn: Kvcry man ought to
carry soma kind of insurance. It seems
to me that this should coma first, and
1 have yet to find a plan which scemi
moro practical or more reasonable
than youis. Am Klad I have been n
member from tho start .
Very truly yours,
HENUY C .UllOWN,
Mr. W. V. Mall:
Spring had touched the fields with
Iter magic fingers, and burled herself
In tho throats of myriad songBtcrs, so
thnt they poured forth a very riot of
Tho woods, decked with shy young
Rrocn, called to the artist In mo to
tie up and dolus. (To lie candid, 1
am never quite certain that there li
very much of the nrtlst In mc, but I
was young then and enthusiastic, and
obeyed tho call), I roio from a coin
fortablc armchair and In my brother-in-law's
smoklnR room, and, primed
with a sketch-book and the attendant
necessaries (not torRCttlnR lunch),
went forth to woo nature.
"Help! Oh. please holp!" cried
someone a few yards behind me.
I hastily put down a sandwich I had
been on tho jiolnt of tonsiimlng, and
"Help!" cried the volco ngaln. and
I nlunced off to my rlfiht In where
n hedge of hawthorn divided the bop
dcr of a wood from a Held.
A little cottage Rlrl with n winbon'
net stood by the hedga with an ex.
prcssioii of pain on her face. She
might have been seventeen she mlRht
have been Icbm. One nrm was raised
as If she were about to Rather some
thing out of the hedRu, nnd she did
not appear to be able to withdraw It.
"flood ' grn'clous!" I exclaimed.
"What's the matter?"
"This horrid wire It's cnught my
wrist. O o-roi-h!"
Sure enough.' It had. A nasty loose
line of II, ferociously barbed, ran
through the hedge. Inserted by some
wily ltcepcr with a view to trespas
sers, I suppose.
Ono barb had dug deeply Into tho
smooth, brown flesh ; but I was not In
my first year nt the Eclectic Hospital
for nothing. I dislodged tho splko as
tenderly as I could the arm was torn
and bleeding: we examine It together.
if you'll como back with mo to tho
clcorlng," I said. "I'll bathe It. I'm
painting, nnd I have some clean water
She came back obediently. She
seemed a very docile llitlo creature.
I bathed the wound carefully, and
then bound It up ns comfortably as I
could with my own handkerchief a
new silk one.
"Aro jou a doctor?" she asked In a
frightened whisper, ns I hail" finished.
1 wns Inlmensely nattered. "Not er
exactly," I replied, "but I hopo to
"You must Imvo something to eat
before you go," t Bald, moved by a
sudden Inspiration; "wo nlwnys glvo
nourishment Iri creases of er hem
Do jou?" Bhc sulci, slijly, nnd de
voured four of my sandwiches with
I enjojed wntchlng her much moro
than If I'll eaten them mjself. After
her coarse food nt homu such ilcltcato
moraols must bo n, rqnl, treat, I reflect
ed. She was very clean nnd tidy, nnd
her teeth wcro so small nnd white,
nnd sho nto so daintily almost an a
lady might do. On ono excuso and
nnother I prolonged tho Intervlow. I
showed her my painting, nnd sho ad
mired It warmly. Sho even mado mo
Iccl quite kindly toward It myself. Oh!
If she had only been nearer my own
station In life Instead of a humblu
maiden In a cottoh dress! t could
havo taken her home and sho would
perhaps have Introduced mo to her
people, nnd they would havo been
grateful to me, nnd but what was thu
iiso of speculation? She was u cot
taRo girl, and there was an end of It;
nnd though her prattle was pretty untl
amusing now In time, no doubt, It
would pull on one,
Shu cut short my meditation.
"Plcuse, I really must go," she bald.
"Will you tell mo where I may send
She glanced down at It It wns u
cry smart affair, wlih a pink border,
mid my Initials, A. M. O'D. Acton
Mnltravcrx O'Dontigliue embossed In
lingo pink letters In one corner. It
this timo I was holding myseir back
with un Iron hand,"for tho blue ejes
grow moro captivating (lie moro one
looked nt them, nnd thu pink checks
seemed fashioned to bo kissed.
"Do you know," I said, and I helluva
my volco Hhook.'f'Tvu n fancy I'd like
Then, nftcr nil, sho was not a cot
lager's daughter and well, tho ways
of fate arc Inscrutable.
"How many fingers do I hold up?"
screamed someone, and I came to my.
self with n Jerk.
"Twenty'" I cried recklessly, think
ing of tho years that had flown. Ev
erybody shrieked with laughter, nnd
we plunged Into the game.
I caught her first, much to tho de
light of tho joungstcrs, who honied i
w Ith Joy, I held her In my arms, pre-1
tending I thought It was my ulster,!
and when nt last sho rcstoreil to ma
ibo In a year or two."
. . -. .. . ' u
uccnino n momucr 01 mo nssocia-
Sho gathered courage. "Well, you'll
I value highly my own membership
In tho Harrison Mutual llurlul Asso
ciation and recommend every man,
woman und child In Honolulu to Join.
I'. C. JONES.
W SPAVIN CURE S
tlon of which jou aro thu prcsldont, ubo a splendid one, for you've made
little after Its start, and urn satisfied niy arm feel ever so much better nl-
null what It has fulfilled. Tho docoas- ready."
ul members havo received burial re- "I'm so glad, but It's only temporary,
spectnbly. nnd had It not been for you know. When you gel homo you
jour association their living ones must get our mother to bathe It In
would undoubtedly feel the funornl ox- worm water nnd er borncle and It
penso considerably. I recommend ov-IH KOon heal"
eiy man nnd woman und child to Join Mer blue eyes I noticed for the
In. DA'MD L. A-I. first tlmo they were very blue, and
i i tho lashes wcro straight and black -
"Yes, thank you," sho said demure
ly: "I ought to go homo mv."
Hut I had discovered that tho bind
ing up of damaged wrists was far moro
to my taste than painting tieos. Also
that blue, dcumru ejes, oval cheeks,
nnd tumbled hair under sunhonuetH
appealed to me. , morn Htfimglj" Mum all
tho smiling April landscape. I duro
say It wna silly, biiVrcmoirihur, 1 was
very JoutiR. I sought for an e'xeuso In
detain her. "' ''
Trey Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. .
Dear Sirs! About tv years aqo a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whet aeemed to be a Dad aprain of the off fore fetlock, whjoh mad her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four asonthe, when .
I took her up she wat better but still lame and got worse, when worked, I
then teled another kind of blister with about the same reaulte. ,
Laat Spring I bought a bottle of ytjur Save-the-Horae front your agent
In this city. After treating the mare with thia for about two weeka I
oave her some slow driving; ahe improved very much, and by the time I .
had uaed up the bottle I Was able to drive her twenty or thirty mllea with
out any apparent bad effects, She now goes sound; I also with the aame
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind lege. I
Hoping that thle will he of eome benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNELL, 401 California St
Positively and permanently eurea Spavin, Ringbone, Thorouahpin. Curb, I
8pllnt, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tendon r '
any case of lameness. Horse can bo worked as usual nnd with boots, aa
no harm will result from Braiding of limb or destruction of hair.
tfC nn per bottle, with a written guarantee, as binding to protect yon aa ,
4 J.UV th! be3t lega tBent couij ,1,, (tt
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Binghamton N. Y. -
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLI8TER DRUG CO., HONOLULU Hawaii.
NEGROES REPLACE JAPANESE I
When your vita'lty is low, you
are miserable all the time.
Yoa are languid and depreueo1, your
mi are weak, and lour appetite it poor.
did for the ieralid daughter ef fratefsl I
PROPOSED DEATH Of
It became known yesterday f u.
measures uro being Introduced In the
Legislature to abridge the powers of
the Grand Jury and prevent furtlwr
Indictments of the boodle ring at the
hands of the Inquisitorial body
The United Railroads and otucr cor
porations that are likely to be brought
Into unpleasant prominence In tho
graft Inquiry aro to Join with the uiu
nlrlpnl ndmlnlstiatlnu In tho organized
effoit to curtail tho Ornnd Jury's pov
erty If not to wipe out tlsu uinuil .itttj way" For Rent"
bjxtem. S. V CUroulcIe, Utc 'JS. thu Bulletin offlee.
Taconia, (Wash ), Dec. 27. Deter
mined to do away with Japanese labor,
the Ureal Northern Rallioad is Impoit-1
Ing negroes from Missouri Ttiic.it
coachloads passed through Everett to-i
day rn route to the vicinity of Ilellin,.
lmm. There were 150 In the purtj A
patty ot L'OO muro Is on the way ncie.
Japanese laborers aie bccoivh:;:'
harder to get every day. While they'
aio steady workers, they do not acioiii-.
pltEh as much In a day as other mtu
If the picseiU experiment is succelul
tho Great Northern sections through
out tho Northwost will be mnuncd by
carda on aal at
jou to keen It Just ns n mascot .
thing to bring you good luck, you
know will you?"
Sho blushed divinely another such
blush and I should nine carried thu
little brown hand i-o near mo to my
lips. ' ''
"Hut It'll such n beauty," sho said,
"It Bcciiiii u shame; to glo It uway.
Hut If It would Jilcns'u jou"
,'f liK)k tlm haudjn mluu and wjucp'v
cd it Instead. '"
"Wlllo'ou promise uiu somuthiiiR?''
I asked, Impulslvclj-i
"Of courBU I will," she faltered, "If
it is something that I can promise
jou'vo been si kind. '
"It's Just llHQl'bll l,iii going nwuy
tomorrow I'm onlysiuylng horu, you
know I'm a lomly chap , with tery
few friends and lots of temptations.
Wll you promlHo to tliiiik-of mo every
day It's a funny thing to ask, but I
believe It would bo A help will you?"
Again that soft 'color mado her
checks glow. rl ( ,
i promise," shasajdl. "lliailK jou
ever bo much for all you Iiuvo ilono,"
'And sho turned nnd sied nway.
It wan tho day after my fortieth
birthday. My sister Invited mu to n
children's party. Theru wero forty or
llfty young pcoplu mjsembleil when I
rrrhed, und wo played all thu games
Incidental to youth,'1 till wo weru
breathless and panting.
I wiih mopping my face in it corner
and was trying to restore order to my
dishevelled hair, 'when my sister
who had been watching tho revels
boro down upon mu with a newcomer.
"My brother. X)octir O'Donoghue,
Miss Gearing' was it willowy woman,
looking much les's lb, an her age, I fan
cy, with frank eyes and u hauntliigly
tweet fHcu. V
Shu hud brought a small nlcco to
"Who Is shn?" whispered to my
sister, when I could iletuch her for i
moment; "she seems bo famili'tr to mr.
"Her undo hud thu next place to
ours In Paubrldgo bhu stayed with
him sometimes, but you nuver met
I'cr. Yen jes, dears, certainly.
Ullnd-ijiun'H'huff? If jou llku ohj jou
want Doctor O'Douoghuu to be blind-
man, do you? . . Here, Acton, do
Of course I heard equally, of
courfo. my linnilKcrcnicr, wtiicn was
of a sensible- she, had vanished In tho
previous Hcrlmmages. I must borrow
one- u largo one, for my head was
Huvcrnl microscopic fragmuuts wero
Immediately orfcred mc.
"Ton small,"-said , '"Perhaps Mrf.
Allen or Miss Gearing will"
Hut oven thcbe proved useless to
thu requirements nf my cranium.
"Walt a moment," said Miss Gear
ing, and her color deencned why. I
was at a Iosh to Imagine. "1 think I
IIIII1U U. lllkhll Ulllli
JLlLfKSS hrtaKaST .r" I Sho dived Into (ho lace which trim-
ltunru. tiiiwapiir,hiilnaipiMilte,snil I1I(M her bodies, and produced somo-
lAKinp flnh r.nltllT. 8h tried Ttrioui i ,,.,H ... .. ....;,..ji.t.' ...i.i.i.
Will you tlo It on, please?" I asked
Suddenly, as shu begun to fold It
with a vluw to obeying" pjj request, a
very curious feeling took possession
ot me 1 experienced the sensation ol
being carried back Into the past. The
eager fuccu, musllii frills, and bolero
Jackets disappeared. I was standing
in u spring-bathed wood, binding n
tin n brown nrm, while two very blue
uml uither filubttued ojua looked tlm-
my sight sho was blushing Just ns shu
had blushed twenty jcurs ago In the
Soon nflcrwards they clamored for'
klssdn-thu-rlng, nnd it fell to mo to1
'send n letter to my lovo." I
Honestly, I Old not mean to drop II i
to her I shouldn't have dared. It wasl
destined for tho shoulder of n tnlllsh '
girl who stood next. Perhaps my l
hand shook nt any rate, It dropped '
against her dress.
8hu started good-naturedly In pur
suit of me, and caught me without dif
ficulty. I led her Into tho mlddlo of
Now, jou must kiss," cried tho chil
My sister looked ery scandalized; I
I rose to thu occasion and lifted hcr
hand to my lips It was brown still.
Again she blushed, and t felt so ab
surdly juung nnd buoyant that I was
quite ashamed of myself.
fFtirty? Nonsense! I was ti boy
ngaln u mud, frollcsomu boy! It was
not till after Hiipiwr that I got a few
moments quietly with her In the cor
ner, t had absently retained KsseB'
alon of tho handkerchief, and I took
tho opportunity of giving It to her,
"It's a very elnboruto one," I said,
"and oxctiso my Impertinence u
man's, Isn't It?"
"Yes," sha smiled." "I enmo by It
In n rather, curious way,,'' Jt was gUen
mu by n stra'ngo j'ouilg'man In Kan
brldgo Woods years ago don't nsk
me how ninny, please. 1 had hurt my
nrm. nnd he bound It up no beautiful
ly. Ho was rather n sentimental tier-
ton, I fancy, for ho asked mu to keep
thu handkerchief ns n mascot."
"And you did?"
"Yes wasn't It curious? I wns In
a bad carriage accident tho next week,
nnd I was thu only one out of five
who cscniKMl unhurt. Then, Inter on,
I stnjcd In n house where Hcarlct fe
cr broke out, and I didn't tako IL Of
course, it's dreadfully silly of me, but
I've really quite n superstitious cti
cr'atlou for that piece of silk,"
"Shocking!" I mild. "Would j-ou
know- tho jouiig man ngaln?"
"Oh, jes, anywhere ho had brown
curls and tho most beautiful straight
Theru was n small square niti.sr
If you want to enjoy robust
health, lake a few doses of the
nitters. It will make tho stomach
strong and the blood pure. Our
past record of over 50 years proves
Its worth. It cures Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Costive
nets, Female Complaints, Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Try a bottle today.
Jane Wight, Robert W. Shingle and
Alfred W. Carter, Trustees under the
Will of James Wight, deceased, here
by give notice that the HALAWA SU
GAR PLANTATION, located at Ko
hala, Island of Hawaii, belonging to
the estate of decedent and consisting
of a Sugar Mill, certain fee almple
lands, leaseholds, water rights and
other personal property now compris
ing the HALAWA PLANTATION so
called, subjeet to certain reservations',
will be put up for leaie at public auc-
'tlon at Honolulu, at the Auction
Rooms of JAMES F. MORGAN, 8S7
SATURDAY, JAN. IS. A. D. 1907,
at 12 o'clock noon,
aald leaie to be from January 15, 1t07,
to January 15, 1130; Growing Crops,
Toole, Implements and Live Stock
forming part of aald Plantation to be
taken at valuations payable by Feb
ruary 15, A. D. 1907, and upset price
per annum of aaltt lease to be FIVE
THOUSAND ($5X00) DOLLAR8. An
Inventory of the property leased, val
luatlona of cropa and other peraonat
meru was n sma. square in.i.sr ,propft y iut of relrvatlona and other
.d against tho wall Immediately fac , condltloni of ,, ean be 'ascertained
'by application to R. W. SHINGLE, at
I his office , with the Henry Waterhouae
j Trust Co., Ltd., In Honolulu, corner of
I Fort and Merchant streets, after Sat
urday, December 22, A. D. 1908. Lease
to be made subject to confirmation by
the Judge of the Circuit Court ef the
Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
I got up and looked In.
"It's pretty straight now," snld I,
"but thu curls belonged to his student
days. Work and enro havo straight
ened them, I'm afraid."
Slid started lolently turned qultu
white und gavo a little crj.a
"You don't mean" sho began.
"I do," said I, and somehow I found
I'd taken both her hands. I didn't '
know, I was going to do It, but I did. I
"Havo you kept your promlsu?" 1 1
asked, "und thought of him this
j-oung man with thu straight nose
Hut, before shu could reply, n roel
ler onu of my four iiIoccb, by tho way
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given 'thiit thu ani
mal described belirw has, been lm-
-found us out and precipitated herself I founded In tho Government pound at
Klllllll, IBinilll 111 Ullliu, ami iiiiiuos uiu
pound fees and estrays on road nrq
sooner satisfied, will bo sold at thu
date ' hereafter named, Hccordlng to
"Oh! Unelu Acton," bhu cried, "jou
didn't kiss Miss Gearing pnierly when
wo' hud 'klssln-llicrlnR'."
"It's never too luto'o'niend, Dolly,"
bald IjJiibI you, walt'Ut'ijexVtlmul"
In olden dujs to make tilings bwaj,
i he sworn was used to clear tliu wuy,
Hut In t'icijc dajs tho pen now mukes'
Oltnr the way that progress takes.
So wlti in) pen I strlvo to make
My Jellies, Jams and chutnev take
Tlm foremrul plnrc on menus fair
As (unserves, rich, superb, and rare.
A goodly right Is this I trow,
Cliutnc, 'Jelly and Jam In u row.
Mc thinks, If llnmlu this bad seen
A iruzy man he no'ti had been.
Hume wax not built in u day,
Il'lt nil good things grow, that pay
Jan. 1, l!t07 Hay horsu branded on
' Tho above animal will bo sold on
Monday; January 11, 1907, at 12
o'clock noon, If not called for before
thu dnto mentioned.
M. K. NAKUINA,
3581-31 Pound Master.
Mr. S. noth, Tailor, has removed to
I Merchant street opiioslte tho Postof;
I flee. 3577-lw
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF SALE.
Putsiianl In power of sale contained
In mortgago made by IIKNHY MA
CHADO to C. T. ItODGKIIH, .1. ti. LO
HKNZKN nnd I). V. I.AWKKNCK,
Trustees of llnrmuny I.odgo No. 3, I.
O. O. V., and their successors In ofllcii,
dated tho 10th day of March, A P.
1901, nnd recorded In tho Iteglslrj Of
fice, Onhii, In Mbor 25fi, pages 2II-S1I
votlro Is hereby given that tho Trus
tees Intend to fnrcclmo said mortgago
for condition broken, to-wlt: non-pav
meut of principal nnd Interest when
due, nnd thnt thu property covered by
said mortgago will bo sold at public
miction nt the auction rooms of W'll
U. Klshcr, corner of Queen nnd Kort
Streets, Honolulu, Island of Onhii, on
Monday, tho 11th day nf Jp.nuarj, A.
D. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon of said dnv.
Dated. Honolulu, December 21, 1900.
CHAS. O. 11AIITI.KTT,
O. J. l.OIIUNZKN mid
Trustees Hnrmony Lodge, No. 3, I, O.
O. R; Mortgagees.
The property to bo sold a afoicaaM
ronslrts of all those pieces or parcel
of land situate In said Honolulu, i.:
first, neglnnlng at the North cor
ner on the present tnew) makal lino
Df King Street, nnd adjoining l-ot 3
of His Mnchado (King Street) proper
ty, the boundarj runs by true ir.orld
1 8. 33' 13' K. r.9.1 feet nlong
(new) mnkai lino of King Street
to Lot S, thence
2 S. Gl'00' W. 91.2 feot nlong Lot
S to Lot 2, llienro
3 N. 31 09' W. r.3.2 feet along Lot
2 to Lot 3, tliencu
4 N. 57 03' E. S9.C feet along Lot
.1 to jiolnt f beginning nnd con
lalnlng nti area ot S081 square
feet, more or less, am! being u
liortlon of Lot 4 of the subdivision of
tho Mnchndo (King Street) propertj',
In said Honolulu, as tho satno Is de
lineated and designated on n plat of
snld property attached to nnd made a
part nf tho report of tho Commissioner
In tho partition of the said Mnchadu
tstale, the suld premises being also a
portion of tho land described lu It. 1'
1423. I.. C. A. C0:, Apulia 1.
Second. Ileglnnlng at the end of
the curve nt xist In thu nnglo of the
fence ut thu turn to left on Asylum
Road, In snld Honolulu, tho bounduiy
tuns by tho true meridian:
1 N. 15 04' V. 9S.3 feet to nil Iron
spike at tho edgo ot road nnd thu
North corner of lot, thenco
2 S. 72 34' W. 125.0 feet nlong Lot
3 Machado (Asylum) property,
to West corner of lot', thenen
3 8. 16 22' K. 93.0 feet nlong Lot
3 to road and Iron spike,
4 N. ) 18' W. 101.3 feet nlong
road to beginning of curve,
thenco along road on ctme to
left', whosu radius Is 37.3 feet,
nnd whoso cord Is
N. 48 31' B. 21.8 feet to nlnt of
beginning, and containing an
area, of 12.fi (11 square feet, and
being l.ot 4 of tho subdivision ot
the Machado (Adylum Itoad) property
ns partitioned by snld Commissioner,
and being also a portion of. tho laud
described In It. P. 3161, L. C. A. 7(181,
Ap. 1, tho nliovo pieces of property
having been set apart to said mortga
gor by deed of partition of W. A. Wall,
Commissioner, dntcd April IS, 1902,
recorded In tho Hawaiian Registry or
Conveyances, In Liber 211, p.iga 107.
'terms of Sale: Cash In U. S. Gold
Deed at expenso of purchaseis.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Magoon & Lightfoot, Attor
neys for Mortgagees, Magoon Hulld
Ing, cornur of Merchant and Alakea
Streets, or to
WILL E. KISHEIt.
3570 Dec. 22. 27. 1906; Jan. 5, 12, 1907
. Notlco la hereby given that Ait
I Yuen has sojd his una share Interest
I In tho tl rm of I.uen Chong Co., on
Of "Lea and 1'eirlns," the wholo world July 17, rjufl, to tho undersigned.
Hut bigger than this Kcarns' Chutney
wm I0.I1.B flf.b rari.1 j. '"'"'""! I thing of u reasonable width.
commenced mine Ajer'e 8TUlrlll. After
uklnc hilf a lUt h ben V feel Utter
ny continued ma of tnl medicine her
innetlte returned, tier cheeV bejan to fill
out and ihow color, h itJlned In itrenth,
her fceidicnei dtppereil, u ilept better,
end now ey ito feelt UU a new penoa,"
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
PrtMrHrrDr J.C jrC,Lcll,Min. USA,
Acts as a Bar to Profitable Employ
ment. You cannot afford to grow old,
In these ilaj-H of strenuous compel!
tlon It is necessary to maintain, as
long au possible, onu's jouthful ap
pearance. It is Imiiosulblo to ilo this without
retaining n luxurious gruwth of hair.
Tho presence of Dandruff Indicates I
tliu presence ot a burrowing germ ,
which lives and thrives on tha roots
of tho hair until it causes total bald
ness. New bin's Hurplcldo Is tho only,
Known ucsirojer 01 mis pest, ana 11
Is as effective a3 It Is delightful to
Herplclde makes au elegant hair
dressing as woll as Dandruff cure.
Accept no substitute theru Is nono.
Sold by lcadlng.druggists. Send
Iflr. In stamps for winiplo In Tho Her-
plrldo Co., Detroit, Mlrh Holllster
unc Co.. hptf-litl uiwuth.
Best Assortment in the City,
RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
NOVELTIES, TOYS, CURIOS
j STOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel,
The German Savings and Loan So
rlcy, 526 California St., San Francls
iij. For tho half year ending Decem
ber 31, 1906, h dividend has been de
clared nt tho rate of threo nnd six
tcntliu (3 6-10) per cent, per annum on
all dcioslts, free nf taxes, payable on
and nftcr Wednesday, January 2, 1907.
Dividends not called for nru ndded to
and bear tho satno rate of Interest as
thu principal from January I, 1907.
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et cm con. nfsierann
Fuel..., AtC &.t'a.trla-
C.al or rel.B0ti..
Mold by Dmnl'le.
Clrrul.r M un r.tiunt.
ajar-'For Rent" carda on sale at
the Bulletin office.
California Safe Deposit nnd Trust
Co., cor. California und Montgomery
Sts., San rrnndsco. Kor tho six
mouths ending December 31, 1906. div
idends Imvo been declared on tho de
posits In thu savings department of
this company as follows. On term de
posits at tho rato of 3 6-10 per cent,
per annum, and un ordinary deposits
at tho rato ot 3 1-2 per cent, por an
num, free of taxes, ami payable on and
after Wednesday, Jnnuury 2. 1907. Tho
samo rata ot Interest will be paid by
cur branch offices, located at 1531 De
vlsadero St., 927-Valencla St and 1710
Fillmore St., Sau Francisco
J. DALZELL BROWN.
Jllank feoakn of all aoru. Hdtera,
etc.. manufactured by thu nulletln Pitb-
I Hailing Company,
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