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THL; S -..,.,--. , r.VENMNa nUM.ETIN, HONOT.TILU, T II, MONDAY, NOV. 1'i. 100n. "
Linens and Household Goods
This is an annual affair with us, and one of the most popular sales we hold during trie year. You know the Kerr
sale prices. They will prevail in all departments during the sale.
72 isi. wide Satin Finish; tegular value $2.00
Tlianksivintj Sale, the yard $1 GO
Kapfciuc to Hatch.
Size 23 in. x 24 in., $3.00 value Thankjgiv
ir.jj Sale, tie tlcien 3.75
C-l in IJiunaak, fi.'c quality, rcputer 75c; Sale
Price '. ....... 50c yard
CO in. Damask, riff. G3c. Sale Price 50c yard
70 in Damask, unbleached, worth $1.50; dur
ing the late, the yard
91.50 value, thc dozen . .$1.13
1.75 value, the den 1.35
2.00 value, tha dozen 1.65
?0.75 value; Sale Price, the pair $0.55
1.00, value;! Sale Price, the pair ,.... 0.70
.1.25 value;, Sale Price, the pair 1.00
1.50 value;' Sale Price, the pair 1.20
1.75 value; Sale Price,, the pair 1.40
2.00 value1; Sale Price, the pair 1.G0
2.25 value; Sale Price, the pair 1.90
IN SEVERAL NEW DESIGNS.
$2.50 value; Sale Price, the pair $2.00
2.75 value; Sale Jrice, thc .pair ....... 2.15
3.00 value; Sale Price, the pair 2.40
3.50 value; Sale Price, the pair 2.70
3.75 value; Sale Price, the pair 3.00
8.50 value; Sale Price, the pair 5.25
A Full Line of SwisS-Curtoin Scrim.
Chenille Portieres, $4.00 value, for $3.00 pair.
Art Denims, Burlap and Cretonnes
THE SALE 01" MEN'S AND HOYS' CLOTHING WILL CONTINUE TOR ONE WEEK, AND EVERY PURCHASER OF A SUIT OF CLOTHING WILL BE GIVEN FREE A NECKTIE OF. FINE QUALITY TO ,
HATCH HIS SUIT. THIS 13 WORTH .CONSIDERING. THE ASSORTMENT OF SUITS IS LARGE AND THE GOODS ELEGANT. YOU MAY FORM AN IDEA OF WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR LITTLE MONEY BY
INSPECTING THE SUITS SHOWN IN THE WINDOWS OF OUR STORE. THE WINDOWS ARE ILLUMINATED AT, NIGHT. COME AND SEE THEM.
ODD SIZES IN SHOES
WE STILL HAVE A FEW ODD SIZES III SHOES WHICH WE WILL DISPOSE OF AT A SACRIFICE. THE PRICES ARE TOO LOW NOT TO BE TAKEN ADVANTAOE OF.
"WALKOVER" SHOES FOR $2.85 A PAIR; $3.50, $4.00 AND $5.00 "SOROSIS" SHOES AT $1.35, $1.75 AND UPWARD.
REQULAR' $4.00 AND $5.00
Kyiy MnKrm-jaairrrrrtraBt r
(By E. S. Goodhu:. M. D. of Holualoa.)
NuniQliclutuin mid posiestoi.hlp me
What Is our on ii we like to muhi;
tjio thluss" which i poiisciw wo de
tiro to. know liy n special designa
tion. After much thought and consul
tation, wc solou ii iKimo fur our
child, (iinfurrlng It upon him wltti
tho ceremony uf iinUtonln".
Thtmcifiirth ho shall lie known
'uniler this ainx-ll.it km ; tho undent
Cfnr Ilitlo i;lrl mils each of her
dolls liy n special n.iiiio to which
Kilo adheres with admirable pel sl
Unce, mill eveiy pet aiiliu.il on the
nfuco nuswurs to u particular c-n II.
yjiarllo, the hone, Tom, the cat.
Itovcr, the ilo.f, Touy, tho rabbit.
I'lilltln. the mule, and so on.
Wo iile!nnmo our piofesois,
classmates, lutlmite fi lends or lulu
Uvea, nnd cull our lawn He 1'iesl
iV nls, oi oihui pulilli moil, by some
ostgnallmi, like "Honest Alio," or
Nor U this peculiar to our demo
era Ho lallm dajs, fm ltlsiorj and
ufiisrlilili) icnuil the universal i its
turn In (licok, Horn in and SaMin u," ""' maniple hy ciiIIIiik
... ..... ... . . 1 llrmiu "Mti mi t til.ln ,f II.. I....I ,1..
, -I lines, ot iiu-uiiaiuiiiK nut "my ne
10, buUiiiui of dlsiopatsuio uiiui.
Tlio quality of a thins, Its t-peelnl
tnuto, (olnr or odor, tho po ullarlty
or ri c eulililty of nil IndU li'inl, tlm
- Unit of an animal, deteiiiilned the
nanio aniuni; our wuy-bail. .inu-itois,
and so with nicknames today.
It In wull t now n thjit Momus.
Illuck. Ilrown, Whito, (bay, (been,
Wile aii.l Pink i;nl their n.iiuct from
r loam physical herltuKc; lh.it ifossis.
KtiBi'loi.sli, B( liciolt inft, Shocmukel,
Tinner, G'uopor, earned Iheli titles;
' that tho ioiib of John and I'cter and
Kmrr, us well no of tho Macs, have
tuni hy tin Ir cognomens honestly.
"' Hut thero Is ono possession, per
Mlii.il, Kiu lid. most hallowed of nil.
, In which, strangely enough, tills
lillo has not upplled, nad this Is u
. ninn'j IIO.Mi:.
I knew one teulliueiitul girl with
inoie huuioi than most of us have,
Win) called thc tenement she lled
In "The At It.' heiauso It held ' .Noall
and hi wlfo and his ton' wives."
Out uf lliu foiled condition liaR
xrovtn the Idea that a home with a
special name, indicates wealth, In
I lltience, or tho uneeled liupoitiinco
or the owner.
Ho Is i-Hlior rkh, or apes tho cus
tom ot tho riih. u lonceptlou as far
fiom tho Until as much of our rell
Kloils hellur is today. A Hum who
au liouso his home, who owis his
fiur w.iIIh and his acie, no mutter
how liunilile, locku hoiiKliiiiK In sen
Milium nud uppieclatloii, If hn fall
to (mil a name for IiIj most almiblo
ileio u liU homo spot, under his
i patch or nliy. and shado or tree, hy
his own lake oi stream, with all Its
jeniler intsoclatliiiiH, ho htouRht his
early line; hero ei horn Ills chll
dieii.'and hcie ho expects to spend
the last jeais of his lire.
Shall he not (all this spot by a
name seleMud and approved?
I.UHR iiko Washington IiIiib net
Iioniu "SuiiiijhIiIp." Ho hud tho no-
(essarj Hutitlmcnt ir he did not hao
the rumll) to conseciato a home
Many ilch men, nitlllonnlres and
mulll-mlllloniilien, hao built mat;
nlllient resldencei and kIuii them
hlhli-bOuiidliiK names, but thesu uro
Hdiluni homes In which tho r.iiull)'
llfo iMiiultiH fiom year to ear. to
fiUu them slBiilllcanci'. They nro
Kentnilly ichoiIs ror u certain period
or the jcni.
"D(-iii)iidliin.icl(iFe," "Tho O'old
mine," "Muiblelluor Villa," aio
nieio cvldonciji of Rreat nud epen-
slc outlay in buihllnR imitoilnl
his "llxecutlce Mnnslon;" Who had
as much tlRht to-a fnwnlt'o n.une ns
uny other cltbcus who has a homo
to Ihe In. ' I
Name jour location tho bit of!
toll ou own, clear down to the len-j
icr ot i in- inunii eariu. vour iioumj ,
Is on It, nml, In uur houue Is our'
homo wlikh has fastened IlieU to
eory nook and loruor.
Ask )ourselr.ji recollection of the
old homo ot jour bojliood days, and
tee ir jou can't dctcilhu every do
tnll or It. to tho knot lntbo limt
board or tho buck-door BteiTf
"Theie Is no place like homo."
And II ou have an acre, did jou
over renlli) thai jou own It way
down ror miles or soil mid thine mid, I
perhaps, (did and silver, and coal'
ami diamonds! Think of tho his
tory of such a bit ot earth; tho In
teresting rcoIhrUmI rcords It might .
bring oii! I
And think of tho sky t.'jovc which ,
jou also own hy light of deed,' tho I
spaie uf fresh, pine air, tho cloud,'
the Hiiushlue, to bay nothing of tho .
glowing thlngH upon jour ncio: .
things tho niuucy or no liillllon.ilio
can pioduco or take away! i
A mini who owns a homo owns ev-j
erj thing, and jet ho does not glNci
it u name! I
Call It what jou will, hut ror tho
huko of jour low and. the jo) of tho
children who will iiIwujh look back'
to their own home, call It sumo-1
No matter ir It Is onlj u shack.
one or two rooms; no mutter If It !
Is only tho hum pmt, or the kitchen
beginning, it U joins, and jou will I
lovo It better ror (hiisteulng It. j
ir jour uclglibois should smle or,'
wlui l Is less likely, rneer. It will not
hint j nit to the least. '
Your homo Is what jou have nil-1
onied. You uiii make It us noble,
as sweet, as ntleiiu itp an Institution
us any In tho wo, Id; hut without a
place or one's own no one tan liae
u ie,t home. i
Don't ho ashamed of jour name,'
either. I'itt It on join slat lonely,
uud in jour postolllco uddiess; let
join- fi lends Know that jou huo a
A bettor sentiment and t.-sto lmva , liame.
Given humph to' the homes of nulhois' It cannot bo loo high sounding for
not nete.-isarlly rich, but gonoiallj' !tiny place jou have blessed with the
well known: tho "Unlln's Nest" ot , pretence or wire anil childien the
Ilmdttlo; "Wuko Iluhln Lodge" nf I Temple or I'eato mid Itett mid Com-
I London; tho houso or 1'iesldents I foi t mid Love. Tho trouble will he
II muj ho duo to tl! fact until a Clevel.mil and HnoioYolt, Joo .leffor-'to II ml a mime good enuugh uud
(ompuintlvcly leient date, few men
woio aide to own their own homes.
They Ihrd us inmij do now, n
borrowed Iiouxk, HiiIh, tenements,
dnublo cottages, or houses It-iibCd
rrom tho absent owuets.
Sucli plaies could not well ho
named except in Irony,
mil, Dr. Holland, Mine. I'attl and uppiopilate enough lor it.
i others. Hem Is a Utile lotlago oeied
I Hut bent of all, aio tho love and with Its vines, anil miiiouuded hj Its
nttitdiiiiciit whli h huo huo named (Widen; lllleil with tlie Bohg uud
bj Its own name tho homo of tho laughtor of clilldiHU tho lliiine or
himiblo cioftor wlio Is as pioud or a happy funilly,
his plaeo as Hie oeciipaut Is of his Is theio unj plaio more kacied,
"White lloiibe'ui- tho governor ufmoio dlgnllled, iiiiuo woillij of hav
ing a designation peculiar to tho
Ciirneglo's Castle and Vnndei hilt's
palate, occasional lemuts of tho rich
man, however Iniposlug, me mcio
rooming places hy tho side of this
Tor lift)- j-ema mj father's homo
was know by the nunio of "Sunny
side," In it we weio horn to H
t-atiio tho I'lophets or our enily
juiith- Wllfild Luurlor, Christopher
Diinkln, Judge Hemming, riechcttc,
Wm. I.ogun, I shall never forget Blr
Wllllutn'b words when, with my
lininl In Ills, wo Walked the stony
pustules of Bunnjslde.
"You will never forget Sunnj--slde."
he said, "tho cry nanio will
cheer jou when jou mo us old ns 1
Then when nearly grown we went
to "Tho 1'laco of tho Willows," un
der new skies nud among new con
Hut tho ir.eie mention of either
mime calls up a host or tender nsso
clattoi.s; each Is a while picture of
the homo us wo knew It In jouth.
And It was n peculiar sense of loy
alty unil loveiente, which piumptcd
our patents not to glo tho old numo
lo the new place: each was Indivi
dual enough for n separate title.
When jou numo n particular gioup
uf associations, and tuck it to a par
tkuhii uput In this way, if jou have
done ho eurly. It Is well not to change
Hojietimes, however. It Is us nd
Miiitugcous to change the name of a
home an It Is that of an old maid,
i'or Instance, wo called our Ha
waiian home "The Doi tornge," per
haps. as n whlnulcal opposite to "The
I'ai.souiige" of conventional usage,
mid with u play fill referent o to our
As tho childien grow older, und
the Hlgiilllcunie or bitch a niiiiit
fteius to rado, we, call our place,
'The Shanty," which Is uppropilato
mid, lo campera lvU ourselves, anni
clnled with ail that Is pleusant uud
Hut iih charged with Blgnincaico
us the naming of our childien Is,
we often show u lack of lonshloiu
Hun for their individual pride und
taMo, by selecting for them names
wo might kilovv they would novej
like What man would not feci like
ni'chigizlng roi such a name ns Wil
liam Walter Wc-eSou Walton Winds
wmth, given in l.ioio ullltoriitlvu
Oi who wouldn't icbent biich u
feitiiiiuii bnilKa at, S.ivcd-hy-tho-ll'i
oil-ul-Icsiij .lohuMiu, a name a--i
nam couleiicd on n child by Ills
ou'i zt-alous father! Whnt pohslulo
loiuplleatlou might not such ft name
Induce If the owner, for instance,
became a Unitarian!
Such names nre often ufterwnrds
exchanged for others ut .tho expens
of money und pride.
So I think that tho custom ot a
ccituln tribe. In giving their chil
dren temporary names, subject as It
wcie, to subhcn,uent uppioval, is ut,
The other day my son asked mo
to let hlni hnvb my Christian name
Instead of his own first numo, ns he
wplshed to ho my "Jr."
This touch or mini flattery I "ap
preciated, so with his mother's con
sent, unit on his fifteenth blrtlplay
anniversary, wo rechrlstened the
boy. Hut his baby name associated
with so much that we hold dear, wo
have rotnincd kj our own name (or
hint, leaving the other lor ntt offi
Ho will make good uso or this In
writing ror catalogues ot Attain en
gines, automobiles and what not,
und In the pindiictlon ot rubber
stamps whoso Imprints in various
colors voro protty much till tho avail
able space about tho place!
The Shanty, Holualoa, Hawaii.
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