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.ime mil 01
till) Zalll-M itlO
uliiipr, rln1 won
plljt to tender
Our mauler ineehaiile. Nulflil.ur, Imil
mi Idea, nftiT licr li'irllli' eolllnlui? that
klit- could uut hIiuiiI Iipiivj mnlii line
liaHovnm-r run. i ho put her mi the
Acton rut olT II huh what railroad
men call u Jcik witci run vriiuirver
Hint limy lie. u Utile Jaunt ol tun inlli'K
luroii tho dlUtlc contiivtliiK the urn III
ii n dlvMnu villi llic n,'iicr xti-m
It wim Juit iiIhiiU like running a trol
ley. ami tin- run mi rIiuii to Ihid
Sinclair, fur nfler tli.it lift nt Oxford
IiU lini-li win inner Kttuus iiimikIi to
fliuvcl i-inl. ami lie liml tn IiiM- mi en
Bine nr iiilt rullmadlui;. v
Thin It Iiiiik-iiviI tli.it after many
J earn lie tnnk thu throttle oin-o iiiwv
mil ran over, twice u ilay, n he doe
yet, from Acton In Willow Creek.
IIU liny. (leoi-glii Hlnclulr. tlio I. Id
riiltluccr. took thu run mi the tiler op
Inllu I'oley Jllit IIM miiii iih he (jot
(.'enisle wlm win inner haipy itn
le hu hid i-lglit or ten IM1Iiii.uk be
hind him mill the rltfht of tuy out
cUTJIhini: lietweeit Uln.ih.1 mid Den
ver, ni.lile (jreat xiurt f IiIm fulhcr'H
little iiiiioMiu; ear mid day coach lie.
hind the Mi; engine.
I'nley made pHirt uf tho remodeled
engine, lie iim-d In stand hy while
the uld engineer mi olllm; mid imk
him whether lie thought idle could
catch n Jack rnulilt. "I moan," Foley
would nay, "If thu rnlililt wan fccllni;
Dad Sinclair took It nil grimly mid
iiiletly. Up had railroaded tun Ioiib to
cure fur iiuylKKlyN I'lnilT. ltut one day,
lifter tho nkyHcnijier hnd cot her IIiicm
jiretty well chalked up with ulkall, l'o
ley Insisted that hIio mutt lie renamed.
"I hard the uiily cciiulne st,crain'r
mi thu Went Kud nijuolf," declared l'o
Icy. ll" did haro a new Claim II ,en
cine, mid kIii wiim nwc Iiiiplrluir In
truth, "I don't promise," he continued,
"to have, lu-ij confuted with jour old
tub any' longer, Dad."
D.ld, oiling Ills old tub affectionately,
uu.iuci'cd never n word.
"Slio'ii full of mhIu, Isn't she, father?"
.asked (le-nrglo, standing liy,
"Itockim kIiii Ik, mm."
"1'ull of voter. 1 HiippineV" ,
"Try to keep 'her that way, noil."
"Sal Soda, Imi't It, IliulK"
"Now, 1 can't say. Ah to that I cun't
"We'll call her S.il Suda, Ceorgle,"
r miggetilod Foley.
"No," Interposed Ceorglo. "Stop a
tilt. I hnvo It. Not S.il Sodn nt nil.
Mako It S9d.i Water Sul."
Then they laughed uprourlouslj-, mid
In tho teeth of D.ld Sinclair" protests
for he olijccteil nt onra and vigorously
Ihu (piecr niiiiio stuck to tho engine,
and sticks yot.
To havo seen tho si cat hulking ma
chine yon would never hno Hiiipected
theru could ho another story left In her.
Yet ono there was u story of the wind.
As she stood, too, when old man Hint-lair
took her on tint Acton iiui. i1iu
was tho boit llliislriltlon I havo ever
seen of tho iuIiiko that ono can nocr
tell from tho looks of u frou how far
It will Jump.
IIiuu you over felt the wind? Not,
I think, unless you have 1 1 led on the
seas or on the plains, l'eoplo every
Mhere think the wind blows, but It
really blows only on tho ocean mid on
Tho summer that D,ul took the Actou
run It blew for n mouth steadily- all
of ono AiikusI hot, dry, merciless, the
despair of tho farmer and tho tenor of
It wus on mi August cveului;. with
thu gnlo still sucepliu; up from thu
southwest, that Dad cumo lumberlmj
Into Actou with his llttlu trolley train.
Ilo had barely pulled up at the plat
form to unload his passengers when
tho station iik'cnt, Morris lteyuolds,
coatless and hatless, rnslusl tip to tho
ciikIiio iiheail of the hostler and sprang
Into thu cab, lteyuolds was one of
tho quietest fellows III tho Bervlce. To
see lilm without coat or hat didn't
count for much in such weather, but
to SCO hlm sallow with frlKlit mid al
most speechless was enouk'li to stir
even old Dad Sinclair.
It was not Dad's habit to nsk ques
tions, but ho looked lit thu man In qites.
tlouliiK amazement. lteyuolds choked
nail catiKht at his breath iih ho seized
the cnKluccr's arm and pointed down
"Dad," ho Rasped, "three cars of coal
ftiiuilliiK over there on the second spur
blew loose n few minutes mko!"
"Where uro they'"
"Where aru they? Jllown through
tlio switch and down tho lino forty
miles an hour."
Tho old man grasped thu frightened
man by thu shoulder. "What do you
iiieanV How Jong ngo? When Is 1
due? Talk quick, man! What's tho
snntter with you?"
"Not live minutes ngo. No. 1 Is duo
heiu In less than thltty minutes, They'll
go Into her sure, Dad," cried Iteyn
olds, all In u frigid, "what'll I do?
Tor heavcu'i suke, do something! I
culled up Itivertnu mid tried to catch
1, but sho'il passed, I was too Into,
Tbeiu'll hu u wreck, and I'm booked
gym A ijj
fnr lh itMittnU'trt What JM I dT
AH tM f ilw mm. hi Minmt. mttlr
trMiiii. raltlnl om Hlmlnlr whs !(
la m l.t- wm. iimtiwi it nm inrtlx;
it All ii.mIpi M tblcfc -n). frirrloil
HitHl, fnt a H. nirhi i mt.l itHM
n 1 li.iule.1 f, A' tmi. mm4 iW mci'
ii a liinili- eiry fill" of ttw )
tlin e .in. uf iiml ImwtlHft ibiK'tl nil
tier. Iiow nut lii titii'i-.i nut think, ami
tlintinti It ill lie Hs NklHg lilissieli
l it il ll . ThttrmlH)-? I'pl
Ye iliiirgle, his boy, wus on the filer
o. I. It wsj hW day tip. If they met
ll a curve -
"1 Hcouplo lsrr' nMreil Dad Sinclair
lu n glum toiiUi
"Wlwt hit jou going to doV
"llllitia," thuiidenil Dad to his lire
tuuii, 'ghe her stisiin, nlid quick, loy!
Dump lu givjM-, w a nle, oil, ecrj tiling!
Are jou clear there?" ho cried, open
ing thu throttle lis he looked back.
'llin old cligllio, pulling clear of her
conches, quivered us she gathered her
self under thu steam. Sho leaped abend
with n snlh. Thutlrhers cliuiiied In
the sand, bit Into It with grilling tiros
mid forged ahead with a ruck mid n
hls mul u roar. Itefore Iteynotds had
fairly gathered Ids wits Sinclair, leav
ing his train on the lualu Unci; in front
of thu depot, was clattering oier the
switch after thu ruunwii)s. 'Ihu wind
was n terror, and they had too good n
slnrt. Hut tint way Sodn Water Sal
took the gait when she once felt her
fett under her made the wrinkled en
gineer nl her throttle set Ills mouth
Willi the grliutiess of a gamester. It
meant thu runaways -mid catch tlieui
or the ditch for Kudu Water Sal. .and
the throbbing old machine "coined to
know It. for her now hung to ihu steel
like the snout of u pointer.
lie was a tii.tu of a hundred own
then Mums but nob-xly knew it then.
Wo hadu t thought much uliout Hums
befoie. lie was it tall, Link Irish b y,
.with an open fait and a morning
smile. Dad Sinclair took hlui on be
came nobody else would have hlm.
Hum wjs so green that I'oley said
you couldn't sot his name nliie. He
would, so I'nley said, put out n hot Ixix
Just by blinking at It.
Hut every u mil's turn comes once,
nnd It bud come to Hums. It wns Did:
Murus' chniico now to show what man
ner of stuff wns bred In Ids long Irish
bones. It wns his task to make the
stenm-lf he could faster than Dad
Sinclair could burn It. What use to
Crip tho throttle nnd scheme If Hums
didn't furnish tile power, put the life
Into her Ileels as she raced Hie wluil--tliu
luerclliss, restless galo sweeping
over the prnlrle faster tlmu horso could
fly before It?
Working smoothly and swiftly Into n
dizzy whirl, thu monstrous drivers tool:
tho steel lu leaps and bounds. Dad Sin
clair, leaning from the cab window',
gloatingly watched Delr gathering
Kpeed, pulled the luir up notch lifter
notch, and fed Munis' lire Into tho old
englnu's .arteries fast mid faster than
she could throw- It into her steel hoofs.
That was tho night thu West Hnd
knew that n greenhorn had east hl.s
chrysalis add stood out u man know
that tho honor roll of our frontier di
vision wanted ono more name, mid
that It wns big(Dlek Munis'. Sinclair
hung' silently dsperate to the throttle,
his eyes straining Into thu night ahead,
nnd tho face of tho long Irish hoy,
streaked with smut mid channeled
with sweat, lit every minute with tho
glare of tho furnace us he fed the
white hot blast that leaped mid curled
nnd foamed under the crown sheet of
Soda Wnter Sal.
Tliero ho stooped nnd sweut mid
swung as sho slewed and lurched mid
Jerked across tho Ilh plates. Carefully,
liiirsiugly, ceaselessly ho pushed the
steam pointer higher, higher,. hither on
the dial and that despite the tremen
dous drafts of Dad's throttle.
Never n glanco to thu right or tho
left, to tho track or tho engineer. Kront
Uiinu build (fie cri It tim'tit Mm (o
It mljllllll! CJJult,
the coat U thu Are, tho lire to tho wa
ter, tho water to tho gauge, tho gauge
to tluT'stack mid back again to tho coal
that was Hums. Neither eyes nor
ears nor muscles for anything but
Such a tiring as thu West lhid never
saw till that night; such u tiring as thu
old eiigliio never felt III ln-r clinking
llmti till that night; such n llriug us
Dud Sinclair, king of nil West and
IC.Ut Kud tlremeu, lifted Ills hut to
that was- Hums' llriug Hint night on
Sodn Water Sal, tho nlglit Hlm i based
tho Actou runawayH down tho lino to
luyo ileorgln Sinclair nnd No, 1. .
It was a frightful paco-bow fright
ful w iHifmj knew tuMibcr M mnu
WHtr imr ttt Hums vpt nurd
Oftlr. tho crew of h fwlirht, hle iriwk
nl fhr the nppniMMMg tflw. mm nn
engine tlyfcig light; bw the IniHtrt
mid the iftiniry, for tby lsd m-oii Hh
tun ) shoot by miw then, n' mill
uto itfter, n star ntl n ulrenk nnd n
Irnll of rollmi muoke fly dov n tbc
wliht, nnd tihe had come nix) mcd
It whs Just cast of that siding, no
Munis mul Sinclair nlunjs maintain
eit, but It measured lO.OHO feet east,
Hint they caught them
A shout from Dad brought tho dilp
ping llreinnn up standing, mid, looking
abend, he saw In thu blare of their
own headlight the string of coalers
standing still nhead of them -so It
seemed to lihn-thelr own speed wns
so great, mnfthe ruuawnys were al
most equaling It. 'I hey wcro inaklug
forty miles mi hour when they ihuhe.1
past the purnljred freight crew.
Without walling for orders-whnt or
ders did such n man need? without n
word Hums craw le 1 out of his window
with n pin mid rnn forward on thu
footboard, clinging tho best he could ns
the engine dipped ami lurched, climbed
down on the cowcatcher mid tiff tit tho
pilot bar to couple. It was n crazy
thing to attempt. He was much like
lier to get under the pilot Hum to suc
ceed, yet ho tried It.
Then It was that the line hand of
Dad Sinclair came Into play. To tem
per tne speed enough, mid Just enough,
to push her nose Just enough and far
enough for Hums to iiinUu the draw
bar of thu runaway Hint was the
nicety of Hie big seamed hands on the
throttle ami on the nlr. thu very magle
of touch which on ii slender bar of
steel could push ii bundled tons of Hy
ing metal up mid hold It sternly lu u
play of hIx Inches on the teeth of the
gale Hint toru down behind hlm.
r Again and iigiilu Hums tried to
collide mid failed. Sinclair, straining
anxiously ahead, caught sight of tho
headlight of No. 1 rounding OTullou'ri
Ilo cried to Hums, mid, Incredible
though It seems, thu llreiiiau beard.
Abou nil tho Infernal din, thu tearing
of the linages mid tho roaring of tho
wind Hums heard thu cry. It nerved
hlm to ii supremo effort. Hu slipped tho
ejo oncu mure Into tho draw and man
ugcsl to drop his pin. Up went bis
hand' In signal.
Choking the steum, Sinclair tluew
tho brake shoes llamlug against the
big drhers. Tho s.md pouted on thu
mils, mid with Hums up ou thu coalers
suiting brakes the three great run
aways were brought to with u Jerk
Hint would lnno astounded thu most
reckless scapegraces In the world.
While tho plucky Ilrcnuui crept along
thu top 'of thu freight cars to keep
from being blown bodily through tho
air, Sinclair, with every resource that
hr.ilu mid nerve and power could ex
ert, was struggling to overcome the
terrible headway of pursuer mid pur
sued, driving uuw frightfully Into tho
beaming head of No. 1.
Willi the Johnson bar ove mid the
drivers dancing n gallop backward:
with tho fciitul striking lire and the rails
burning under It; with thu old sky
tcraper shivering again lu n terrific
tdrugglo mid Hums twisting thu heads
olT tho brake rods; with eciy trick of
uld Sinclair's cunning mid his boy du
.lillcatlug every nuo of them In the
cab of No. 1 still they came together.
It was too fearful u momentum to
ocreome, when minutes mean miles
mid (ons nre reckoned by thuusiiud.
Tlioy cauiu together, lint Instead of
mi appalling wreck, dcsttuctlon uud
death It was only n bump. No. 1 had
the sliced when they met. mid It wns
n car of coal dumped u bit sudden nnd
n uoio ou Corfu's engine llko a full
back's i.ftcr .1 cunler rush. Tho pilot
doubled back Into thu ponies, and the
headlight wns scouied with nut, pon
nud slack, but tho stuck wns hardly
Thu uilutitu they struck Rcuiglu Sin
clair, making fast mid leaping from
his cab, ran forward in the dark, pant
ing with rage nnd excitement. Murns,
torch lu baud, wus himself Just Jump
ing down to get forward. Ills face
woioJIs usual grin, uvea when Oeor
glo assailed him with u torrent of
"What do )"ou mean, you red headed
lubber?" ho shouted, with much thu
lungs of his father. "What are you
doing switching coal hcie on tho main
In fact, (leorglo called thu astonished
fireman everything hu could think of
until his father, who wus blundering
forward ou Ids side of tho engine, hear
ing thu voice, tinned nud ran around
behind the tender to tul.o a hand him
self. "Mean?" ho roared nbou the blow
of his ntfety. "Mean?" ho bellowed In
tho teeth of tho wind. "Mean? Why,
jou Impudent, empty headed, ungrate
ful rapscallion, what do you mean com
ing around hero to iihm.c n man that's
t-aved )n nud jour train fioui tho
And big Dick Munis, sli'iullug by
with his ton Ii. burst Into an Irish
l.iug'i, fairly doubled t-p before the
nonplused boy nnd listened Willi great
rclUh to the e:;eted futlic and ex
clt.'d mix It was int Ii.ii 1 In under
ht.uid (liMrgle'u miuizement i.ud auger
at lludlug tloila Water Sal behind thruu
cars o' i-ol h.ilfw y between str.t'ons
o-i tho mi' i Ihm and on his time and
thai the fa -lest tl.no ou the ilMvlon.
Ht'.t what iiiniNel I'ni-iis limit was to
lee ll n'lmportiu'bililu old Dad pitchllie;
lllt'i I. Is buy wlt'i as much pa It us thu
Vii!Uigpl'lu l.lmsell hboued.
(t was lioviiiMf bulb ino'i wore Haired
U'l n their v. its; mmi-imI mi" their
ntn-irv escape fram a frightful "fivgj
from In lug u.uli l.illul the oilier.
Iii'.vlio the hiii th i f it'.ier, i ml tho I.I
ilier Hie si.
I or hi mo men do get M-ilfed. Ilo.i'l
't-llevo Mi. ti)'it I I'd Ht'.t luilwieii
, ' . j ;
"I HI ' 'ig
tlje M(rt ( n mnisj mm tbr fright
Of H llfHIlf. IIMH IfcWS- I tlH tWr !.
- Ib nmwnl's imttr is (H"'tt otr
th dshcssr, tkt f Hw Is-me ninn r, ff r
It hm pumisl, nud Mnrhs iKHglml with
ll trciiHUHliMji inliih 'at th' two e tlilm
njsiwlir," m be i'.seil It,
.No imiii oh (he U'H t ml i-oiiM turn
on bis plus quleker tt.i u licn-nn. hiii
tlMlr. tlmuflll. If Ills li.istluesk niMed
hlm. When It nil ciime eletir be limb
isl Into the eld cub th,. esb he hltnn-lf
hud once ifone Hg.ibi't dcstli In s id
Willi stuuibllnc wWil trle.1 in ilmnl.
tho tall Irishman, who still lniiMheil In
thu excitement uf Inning won.
And when .olnhlnr next day.
thounhtrnl and tnolturu. Iiesrd It nil.
he utj- cmefully louki-d SimIii Water
Sal nil over again.
"D.ld," said be, when the Imjs got
through telling It for thu hut time.
"hu's a better machine than I thought
"Theru isn't u better pulling jour
coaches," maintained Dad Shield Ir
"I'll put her on tho main line, Dsd,
mid gle jou tho ll'A for tho cut eff
"Thu lt!S will suit me. Nelghlior. Anj
old tul eli, I'oley?" said Dad, turning
to the cheeky engineer, who had lomti
Up In time to hear mint of thu talk.
The old fell.iw had not forgotten l'o
ley's sneer lit Soda Witter Sal when hu
rechrlateueil her. Mut I'oley. too, had
changed his mind nud was leady to
That'll quite right. Dad," he ac
knowledged. "Yiui can get more out
of uny old tub on the division than the
rest of us fellows cm get out of a
Haldwln consolidated. I mean It lis).
It's the best thing I eer heard or
Whit aro jou going to do for Mums
Neighbor?" asked Foley. Willi his usil
"I was thinking I would ghe hlm
fcoda Water Sal nud put lum on the
right side of the call for a Height t tin.
I reckon he earned It Inst night "
In it few minutes I'oley started oft" lu
hunt up Hums.
"Sec here, Irish," said he lu bit off
hand way, "next time you catch a
string of runaways Just remember to
climb up tho ladder nud set your
brakes before Jou couple It will sno
u good deal of wear uud tear ou the
pilot bur, see? I hear joii'iu going to
get n run. Don't fall out thu window
when jou gut over on thu right."
And that's how Mums was Hindu mi
engineer uud how Sodn Water Sal was
rescued from thu disgrace of running
on thu trolley.
Tlir Ilcvviillon tif llliilniier,
"It's ery deceptlwi to Juilgu of the
blze or capacity of mi'objict wiilch Is
titty feet or tuoro lu Ihu ulr," said nn
architect to tho writer ns we weie
passing the royal courts of Justice it
few days ago. "'ow, look at that
clock," pointing to the law courts
clock, which hangs about seventy feet
above the pavement. "It looks ery
small, doesn't It? Hardly big enough
to bold u man. Yet u party of us
breakfasted lu the cane before the
works wcro put In." Uicrybody
knows how deceptive Is the uppcar
unco of tho Westminster clock. Look
ing ut the dial from tho embankment
or from (Ireat (ieorgu street. It scom
us Jf u man of medium slru could e.is
liy stretch ncruss the dial with liolh
arms. et It would take four pairs of
outstretched arms to cross It. The
mlniitu baud, which looks' llko mi or
dluary walking stick. Is longer than
thu two fullest soldiers In the life
guards. The llgures ou tho dial are
bigger than h tin ce-y ear-old child, and
thu second dots aru as big as u dinner
plate. London Craphlc.
I'ihiIIhk u Crllle.
Wh.it can hu mure mirth proioklng
thau tho naive simplicity with whlili
n pompous critic, who prides himself
on his lynx eyed ucilteuuss, will some
times walk Into n trap that lias been
sot for hlm? When Alexander I'opo
was translating Homer hu rend by re
riuust several books of the "I Had" to
Lord Halifax, whom ho chnr.icifrlzcs
ns u literary coxcomb, nt bis house.
During Ihu reading his loidihlp sev
eral limes stopped tho poet uud sug
Rested that certain passages might be
Improved. IVrplexod mid Irritated l,j
the advice, thu poet withdrew with
d.irth, who laughed heartily at thu lu
chleut, and told hlm to leave tho verses
Just us they were, to call ou Halifax
u month later, thank hlm fnr bis crlt
lclsuis and then read again thu vursin
to him unaltered, I'opo follow cd this
advice, saying to Halifax that he hoped
Ills toidsllip would now tlud hU objec
tions mmoveil, upon whlih Halifax, do
lighted, crhd uut. "Aye, now they lire
perfectly right. Nothing can bo belter"
William Mutlieun In Kucccis Mngii
Men unit "l.oi Sloril-M."
When a man has passed through the
cycle of emotions called !oe he Inn
had his niheuturcs; other people'.!
cense to line u personal bearing, and
lie anticipates nhthlug further from
It Is uut so with thu juung mini aul
woman who, as the provcib says of
tho young bear, linio nil their troubles
bufiuo them. Thu world of lovo, so
full of in j story for them, has become
to the maimer man translated Into
tho concrete terms of domestic life,
mul thu relations of man mul woman
pass Into tliu domain of fact that can
lio tested by experience.
Yet novelists do not seem to under
stand this psjcliology of thu mature
man, and they continue tit mal.o the
love story their ihluf staple, so that
they am irnd chlelly by jouiig men
nnd women as callow as their nun
heroes nud homines. Pecuniarily they
nru of course catering for u larger
market. Tho number of tho Immatiiiu
by ago nud Ihu Immature by mitiuu
mo ulivajs thu larger part of man
kind, Loudon Saturday lluvlew.
liik&)&Lbhs..2j:A&.Z-: ',... .
Many people, after a long spoil
of oppressive heat, suffer from
lassitude, lo3 of spirits, and a
general "run down" feeling,
J hey need k . tse
nt Ajer's Sir e
rllln, n, mrili inn
which hm n" trd
and I entered to m l
ho Ufa ami leal It
thousandi ol aui h
tiilTerers. A l.idj
who lercntly re
turned to r.nclaud
from hrfiith Alrlci wtilcs conccrnluc;
this 'irijiiiirfe' fnri.r ne"
"While In Capo Town thu ait sum
mcr I mi tie led greatly from the long
continued heat I win cnmpletely
worn out,, my blond teemed tn bc
romo as thin as wnier, nud I hut nil
energy and Inleiett In life, .Mylilcudt
And n nmtio of tills wonderful liieill
clno restored my health nud spirits.
.My husband suffered In tho si nay
ns I did, nnd hu also was gicull) bene
llted from the iiso uf Ajcr's Sarsx-parllla.-'
There aro many imitation
Bo suro you get "AYSR'S."
IVip.rtdlDf.J.C.A) riCi.U-(M.ttn..,l, S A.
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Our waitons will cnll if you tele
phone MAIN 484.
Hartman Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
Kach Cip " :
tlifl name J
just the same as ;rown-uns.
One of the moat distressing
complaints from which
children suffer is worms
ami unless the proper icm
cdy is used it will be of
long standing. Let us rec
ommend to your notice
BENSON'S WORM TOWDERS.
Pleasant to take. Sate to
bring results. 25 cents a
Benson, Smith & Co.,
hv opened a honeshot
Inn department In connec
tion with their carrUg
shop, etc. Having itcur
ed the cervices ol a first
clan thoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, :; :: :: :;
NATIOINVM BISCUIT CO.S
ARE FHESH and CMSP and DELICIOUS.
We hftte jait tccelvwl the follow ihr aMfltlmtnti
FIVE O'CLOCK TEAS,
J. M. Levy Sz Co.,
PHONE MAIN 149.
KINO ST. NEXT TO METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
Lovejoy & Co.,
902-914 Nutianu Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
From Hawaii snow peaks
To Oahu coral strands
All the islands speak
0 Annie Kenrns' brands.
Fruity Rhymes from Sunny Climes
134 HOTEL 8TREET.
What Prominent People Say
The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n
MesHrs. Hnrrleon Mntiinl nttrlal Assn
(ionlli'tiKti: Your AH(iclatloii not
only iiHhiirii nvcry iiiuiiiIici- of a iiioo
or uud ih runt burial ul u vny nu.ill
coat, hut rclluxcri olhum of u rosjioiiKl
blllty tln'y, nrn not nluayu inoiiuicd
Yoniti u-siH'Ct fully,
rATIIIIll II. VAI.IINTIN.
Mchhi-h. Ilaulwm Mutual llurial MM-
(IrnlliJliieii: I hnvii rau'full) !vr
llfaU'd tho plana of j-oiir Au.uclatlon
nnd tun heartily la faior wllli tho
Idon. You may put mo on your Hit iih
a member, und I recommoinl ovaryono
In Join uliotlinr tlivy think limy will
need tho In-unlit or not.
W.I. W. HM.U.
I vnliio highly my own mumhcrehlii
In tho Munition Mutual Ilnrlal Aseo-
Uatlou uud iceomiiiciid uvury iiuui,
woman and child lu Honolulu tn Join.
I'. C. JUNKH.
ir,Mtiilt).'iaitfmYi-m n'hwhtk 'i.Vntii
saaawKaji . T
From All The I
n H ri
PHONE BLUE 1411. B
Ountlomrn.- I rhecrfully clvo ray
ItidoracmiMit to the llanii'on Mutual
Ilmlnl plan nud IicIIcmi It, a Kirat ben
vF.t to the cmnmnnlty.
ory truly joun,
II. II. PAltKHR.
IlarrUon .Mutual llurial Association:
rleutlemeii: Kt-iy man oiiKht to
rarry roiuo lilnd of iniiuranro. it seuiuii
to me thai lliU should conio drat, and
I Ii.ni jet lu llud ii plan which uveitis
More praetlenl or iiioici ruaminnhlo
than oul-K. Am glad I luou been
Ki'lubur fiom Ihn Etart ,
Very truly yourn,
llllNUY C .1IIIOWN.
Mr. V. V. Hull:
I hcc.tmu a momher of the ntisocla
Hon of lilcli you nro the pteeldont, a
lltll'j lifter Itu gtmt, nnd mil tmtUrlod
with what t has fulfilled, Tho deceas
ed member havo received burial re
ipectiiby, uud hud It not been for
jour luWlatlon their living oncu
would undoubtedly feel thu funeral ox
pernio eoiisideruhlj'. I recommend ov
oi y man uud woman uud child tn join
III. 11AV1U U A-I.
75c per month