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I We sell, them;
FORD MOTOR CO.
we paiai them;
WE HAVE THE BEST
we repair them
CARRIAGE, AUTOMOBILE, and WAGON SUPPLIES; AUTOMOBILE TIRES of BEST QUALITY
We have moved to more roomy quarters. Our show-rooms, warehouses,
and store-rooms are enlarged, and we are ready for a BIG BUSINESS.
Agricultural Implements, Farm Wagons, Plows, Harrows
Everything Used in Small Farming
Harness of All Descriptions
ECerclmirfc St., near Fort
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made a perfect score in the Endurance Knee around the Isl
Riid. It only used 4 3-4 gallons of gasoline and a. half a pint of oil. It
did not have to bother about water at ell, as it is an AIR-COOLED CAR.
Being an Air-Cooled car it is a light car.
Unnecessary weight means less of power. Repair bills. Gasoline
bills. Tire expense. Awkwardness. Discomfort. Danger.
Every pound of superfluous weight means more work for your en
gine to do. Your horse-power doesn't do so much less speed, slower work
en the hills. What's the use of buying high hcrse-powcr and throwing
it away on weight?
A heavy, complicated, water-cooled engine has more to get out of
order than an air-cooled engine Tint Means More Eenair-Bills. A heavy
automobile injures itself by jarring. That Means More Kcpair-Bills. A
heavy automobile wears out tires fast Still More Expense. A heavy au
tomobile is hard to manage That Means Danger.
There is no comfort possible, un-lcr average touring conditions, with
a heavy stiff-frame half-spring maclrnc.
We have just received a Model D 1003 franklin Touring Car and it
jou are looking for a light, powerful, elegant car, this is the one you
Let us give you a demonstration. Our Model G car just at hand has
been sold, but we have more G Touring and G Runabouts on the way and
can show them to you in n few wee'ts.
JLooal and National
8 : WHITNEY fc MARSH
EDITED BY CIIAItLIE ALBRIGHT
O. Mail 8z Son,
For Sidebone Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CUKE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
loin and early tendon lameness.
REUTEI T0TMSC0 SEALS
Situ KranclKCo. l'oli. 7. H.w rrniulxco will expurlnu-iit with another
hMliilcr fnilii llit Hawaiian lilnmK fur .luck (ilcusou Iieih rcccUed the nin
tract or Maun Hunter, who pitched foi c no of tl:o Inland to.inm whci he
wasn't tunning a inilluy '-' Several or tin- players wliti worn in tho
Manila recently nay that Ileutcr I a far mperlor man tn Harney Joy anil
Ihuy pick him to redeem tho ivpiitti on tliat llainoy lost, ltouterwlll leave
on tho next steamer anil will nrrlu' It, time to tako pait In hoiiiu of thu
games ugnlnsl tho ClilriiKo Whlto .-"ox. S. I". Kxauilucr.
FAST m Fll
Obtainable at all druggists and
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred 'Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B A. J". C. 0 No. C0247,
nnd Giionon Lad, 2nd A, J. C. 0 , Ho. 0C301, at r.en'ico at $10.
Tel. 890 The Ponii Ba,iiv
VO(lferoiiHly Impart to the pl.t) cm his
Ah Iiiik alrundy hpun utateil. tho
couti'Kt Sunil.iy la one of tho thriui
ilei'lilliiB Knnii'H to toll which team
Uliall ho cntltloi! to thu (liainplomhlp
' honor lit tho Kahinlanaolu Leaguo,
I the K.ialaii, hcliiR the undefeated
lloailoi-H of tho unit nerics anil tho U.
A C" b champions of the second. Prom
. ,.,,.. . . lull lmllr.itlon thcio will ho o record-
"Peanuts Will Do The !.Tr:M!H ""1. "' '.""".h..1"."-
Ill-Oil IIIU (.itlllUCl IIUAl .III11.II.J lltlU,-
i II It II
Owlnu in ttnforchcon tlicumstnnccs
the trnmplns picnic party which was
to ho given on tho 2 lid of thin month
hy tho 1'acldc Social Club has been
postponed to March is. Tho com
mittee on arrangements lias decided
to make Mount Tantalus their desti
nation, whero they will all Kathor for
tho day's entertainment, which will
(onslht In part of musical ami Mica!
Htlcctlons rendeiod hy bonio of tho
members. Tho party will huvo-lun-theou
beneath tho shady hau trees
and will no doubt enjoy tho cool anil
Rooting At Aala
Tho same next Sunday In tho Kn
lanlauaolo League between thu C, A.
C 's and Kiialas promlBcs to ho a
hummer, as tho teams are constant!)
practlcliiK for tho Rient contest. It
is tho tnlli of the town In baseball
rticlcs, wherover youiiB men congie
Kato during tho day tho chief topic
of dUcuBslon !b tho game to bo play
ed Sunday at Aula l'ark. Willi Mer
ger's band In uttendanco and tho pre
liminary game which tho Riverside
Junior League, has permitted to ho
played, there will bo entertainment
for tho whole afternoon.
Tho first game will begin nt 1 p.
m . and will bo between tho Orient
als and Asahls. The main event will
begin at 2.110 p. in., as scheduled
There will be something out of the
ordlnaiy In tho way of amusement,
the services of "lVnnuta" having
been obtained, nnd he will coach for
the Kanla team. Those who Know
him aio awarciit his copious llow of
language. Peanuts Is one of the
greatest b.ibeball fans on tho Islands,
and, although he Is dlnilniUhe In
i lti, he Is a wonderful looter, lie
111 bo on tho sidelines Kuuday to
stlitlirlouR ntinoKuhtre. Tho party
will meet nt KinmnSauaro and will
begin their marpll at ,::ift a in., 10
tuinlng to town In the evening.
Win From College Men
Easily By Score
The Honolulu All-Stars defeated
the California Varsity in their II ret
gamo of tho season recently on Cali
fornia Pleld hy tho scoru of 8 to 2.
The game was tagged throughout.
This Is mainly nccoiintahlo for by tho
lact that It was tho first ganio In
whliti tho college men have phi)ed
and being up against professionals
they woro not nt eafco. Tho diamond
wiiB sloppy, especially in tho outfield
and any hit outside thu Intlcld gener
ally meant at lenst one base. Two
baggers wero also numerous. Coach
Dlcherbon used blu regular team
j throughout most o tho game. Tho
only new man who played was Sol
I insky at catcher. Ho showed up well
spuclally at tho hat. Jordan pitch
i ed good ball for tho collegians nnd
I succeeded In funning a number of
The teams lined up us follows:
California Joidau, pitcher, John
ion nnd Sullnsky, catcher; Me vein,
first base; Smith, second baso; Rich
ardson, third huso, Lewis, shortstop;
Heed, loft Held; Christen, tenter
Held; Ilutlcr and Uhlrardclll, right
All Stnis Schlmpf, pltchor; llllss,
catcher; N'cnlon, first habo; Kgan,
fceoud base; Catcs, third habo; Mn
Keone, shoitstop; U'lllls, left field;
Spencer, editor Held; lllldobiand,
Umpires Schnoffor nnd Christie.
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of thoso wild games nt his for tho
benefit of "Deacon Jim" Moduli o tho
chances uro that llaruey will bo hand
oif ti ducat calling for through pas
sago for that dear Honolulu. 3. P
MONSTER SALE OF
BEGINS ON SATURDAY .
M ALL-OVER YOKING at - - 35c
5 INSERTIONS and EDGINGS to match, 5
10c, 12 l-2c, 15c
Positively the GREATEST BARGAINS ever
orrerea in tMBKUiudKits.
g ALL CLEAN, NEW GOODS g
tifctnf;.rhJap tMMiri imini natmm
l Beautiful Honolulu
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE POR . 4
llainev Joy, the big kanaka who
bullied Danny Long low a pennant
last lottson. Is. nxpurted to arrive in
San Pruiicibco via the next steamer
from Honolulu, r Ilernaid Is tdatcil
10 ttiirl, with the lluilim Aiiiorleani
uei hi ason, but when he pltchui one
Althnugh tlio transport lluford was
booked to Ball for Manila this morning
nt 11 o'clock, sho Is still In port and
from tho present Indications, her sail
ing date will not be learnod until late
IhlJ afternoon. Tho quartonuastcr
captain of the big boat has not very
much to say, only stating that ho does
not know when ho will sail from Ho
nolulu. Ho says (bat ho expects somo
official notification this afternoon
about I o'clock.
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