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EVENING nUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. It,, TUESDAY, OCT. 11. 1910. 7 R
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f d r Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
M n I l i T-
ASTORIA. Is a linrtnlcHs Bii!(ituto for Castor OIF,
W paregoric, Drops ni:cl Soothing Syrnps. It Is
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). Its
ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
iFcverlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Itowcls, giving hcalthyjtnd natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea The mother's
Tlio i Sjfi & j .- on wry wrapper
Ignntiiro of lVV AsvCw of genuine Caitorla
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Vr patiiit IdtuUM; prate. thActlon of jour
CMtotU." W. W. TumiR, M. XI ,
XluCalo, N. Y.
' ,I)ar1nf ray inMfrtl prartleo I know of perm!
C&aeewur.7ivir Oaalorla waairraerllMxl and Haul
Willi good reaulta." KtMoluaii,M. I,
"Tom Catorla It certainly tti created ramad
for cMldrru 1 knnwuf. 1 knoir no othtr pro
ptlatari preparation xblch It lit equal "
h. B. BCHWiUTZ. V. D ,
' Kan.it tltj, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's 'Castoria.
" I dm jtrat Cantorla tnJ airlM lu nt. In ill
ramllka wkcra toer. are children."
J. W. "laioaii, it, D-
"TonrCrirla lathe hett remedy In th. world
for children aud Hi. only ono I nt. and rtcotn
mend." JLiiau V. awiTLKu.M. D,
WHAT I SAW IN
ii v Tin: i)(NlJlisKJtyi:i(.
My trip dawn Kort street the oth- wlienovor'1 nor n c'.nnre.
er day, when I took In the window's "It does mc good lo hear my em
ol tlio tneiilmiilB, liiu ufilii Iiij a pioyen sny 'our store' nnd "wo linn
ten of fever In that direction. I die' nuoh nnd Riich pcods And,
ilmljt see nil necessity foi u person
pnjlng mi nilmljuloii to mi art' gnl-finc.'
nbuvo nil, they nro not nfrnld
"IhaTaneetl your Catlorla aa a parjrattr. la tbt
rate, of children for yeara pttt wllb mott happy
ITuct, and fully endorae ll a. a ttfa remedy.'
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Cut Price necessitated by arrival
of big shipment of Trunks on
Have no storage room, so sacrifice
regular selling prices.
Cor. Bethel and King Sts.
lory or other exhibit of the barfutlful
when tliom nij so innnv nrctty
thing!) to he bieii In the windows and
it don't cost juu 11 tent.
A malllilnl would hardly believe
(hat the enlarged photos In Qurrey's
were taken from nctual animated
scenes. Of course, the first succeH
Is in the right kind qf a film and
Qurrey's claim that they have the
top-notcher In that Ijne, nnd I guess
they hae, from the results shown,
There Is another display of photo-
graphic apparatus n little further
down the street, on the same side,
tilling one of tho windows of the
Holllster Drug Company. It seems
that a person might get about what
he wants there In the way of n
Tho world's greatest Jewelry em
porium, Tlffnnj's of New York, Is
represented on a smaller scale, but
of is high a standard, In Wlchman's.
Thnt dlsplny of cut glass Is certainly
n dazzler for the ejes and nlwns
brings to my mind the scone of wed
dings nnd the like, and when iou
get to thinking of such things It 'Is
time thnt jou were making u selec
Hon" so 1 got away from that win
dow as soon ns I knew how.
While 1 wns watching the ex
change of money for goods whltV
Killers seemed to be giving away,
somo oldtlmo recollections were re'
There Is an old Buy-Jug
Now that I havo told you the Be.
crei of one merchnlitM silvers, 1 am
going to hne n look at smiio mm a
The block of Ico the man left on the
front walk had been neglected nnd
wns rapidly melting. Ilaby Joe no
ticed this, lie enme running in with
tho nnnomcement: "Oh, como quick
tho Ice la withering."
Miss Oldglrl Hero nro some nn-v
pictures I hnd tnken, but Micy nrc
perfect frights. The photographer I
went to 'is no flnltercr, Miss Tort
No; but he Is conscientious Haiti-
STORK INVITED TO
SAN FrtANCISCO, 8Qpt. JI.-MIhns'
Teinpl'oton Crocker, millionaire nnd
clubman, the recent nnnotmcemont b'f
whose engagement to Miss Helen Ir
win was ui) nvont In the smart set,
niun'roi lrtJ Hlllsboraugh jesterday
ns an advocate of the stork.
Crocker docs not bclleo in rare
suicide among the rich, he Intimated
to the wealthy burghers of tlio mil
llonopolls of Hillsborough, nnd he
pointed out n wny In which It could
The discussion ciime up nt the
meeting of the board of trustees, oer
that the which the Rev. W. A. llrcwer, who is
The first aid to a weak
stomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indices
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
For sale by Benson, 8m! th ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co, Ltd.;
Chambors Drug Co., Ltd.; IIIlo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Llquoi
J. A, GILMAN,
x Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Batli, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badgox'V Firo Extinguishor Co.,
General Fire Extinguisher Co. r "-'
GMNKKLT. AUTOMATIC SMtmKLER)
Neuiaan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Firo Ins. Co.
FORT STBEET, NEAR MERCHANT
"old way Is tho best way." That Ma) or of Hillsborough, presided
has proved true nore times than! Crocl.er drew the nttentlon of the
once. A good 'many years ago I wealthy city fathers to tho fact that
UBed to chase around hunting up ads Hillsborough was without u public
fpr n paper on the Const, and I cor
a majcnint who was doing
lt,nBdfifcwa ilnlgolng to
r tiVTilnAl oVitoMe'of'the
school nnd thnt stops should be taken
nt once by the town to get one.
"With n public school tho families
snn ,!,., ,n. .inihir'ot Hillsborough would bo Increased,"
chint who was dolus, .. ..win,,,,,, i.n-
school tho stork will bo discouraged
In his flights over the roofs of Hills
borough, and wo do not wish to dis
courage) him. No progressive com
munity does, and It la clearly our duty
to see that wo h.we such a school."
"Crockor'i ndoca'cy"olh the 'stork wns
acclaimed by tho members of the
board of trustees, who commissioned
John A. Iloey, the clerk, to confer
with Superintendent of Schools Roy
Cloud of San Mateo nnd see what
Stay FBr Away From
Buhao burned in one of these is
without unpleasant odor
75 CENTS 75 CENTS 75 CENTS
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HJQTEL STREETS
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P, 0. BOX 440
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electrio light Baths (blue, red, white and violet).
Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, "Pine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonio Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency,
Rprrial attendant for ladles
talnly ran Into some propositus,
and among them wns a talk that I
had with a i
a good liUHint
tell it for
merchants In this city, for I thought
It was about the si Irk eat piece of
advertising that I had ever heard of.
, .Tho.. morrliunt that gave meHhe
tip had been on our list for good
sized ads tor cars, nnd on this par
ticular day I ventured to speak of
tho success Unit had been his slnco
he badUtpjrtfd In business for ho
had buqLiip, Hi.huslnoss that he
enloved. I from nothlngwlien he
sort of surprlsed-me-hy'remarklng,
"Yes, advertising Is a good thing,
nnd I don't think one merchant In
forty will mnko n succen without
It, but the odverlislng Is not the
whole thing by a Jugful. There are
two little words used In conno:tlon
with a. store that make all the til f-
fcrenco In the world In regard to
tho success of that store. Thoso
two little words ore 'our' and 'the.' "
I was stuck for a minute, when
ho resumed' "Did you ever notice
the difference, In the ntmosphero of
a Store wliore me ompiojcs nay uur
store" Instead of 'the store'? What
a difference In the emplojes them-
selvos! How much nlcor jtlie stock
seems to look! also the rlatijOf, cinvn
tomers who Bpend their .moneyjni
that store. , s i'
"Never .noticed thnt, did you?
There Is a vast difference in the per
sonality of the merchant whose ns-
slstants say 'we' nnd "our instenu
of 'the' nnd 'you.'
"Don't forget this, young fellow,
that no merchant, no matter how big
his business Is, can buy loynlty. I
pay my clerks a salary for their ser
vices, for standing behind my coun
ters and selling my goods, but for
what I consider higher serrlcea loy
nlty, enthuslnsm nnd Interest I pay
for In friendship, courtesy nnd fair
treatment. My clerks are my busi
ness associates and I treat them as
"A satisfied employe Is as good as
a satisfied customer, but they nro
both obtained through n satisfying
niivertfHftmcnt. What I mean by a
satisfying advertisement Is one thnt
does not cause any hem'ng or stut
tering on the part of my employes
trying tj explain why the goods aro
not tho Bame ns the advertisement
said. In other words, I mnke good
with my ad, and more than good
army men Mulcted
RAN rrtANCISCO, Sept. 28 Bo
causo Captain Trnuk A. Porgusson,
lion lant, clubman and army oflleor.
trusted In the hond and honesty of
ono bearing tho .same name, ho Is
bemoaning tho loss of a loan recently
granted to tho ono who claimed to ho
Though KergiiBson claims that tho
amount was trivial, It is claimed by
his friends thnt the sum runs well Into
three figures. The ofllccr sns, how'
eer, that he was not tho only loser
Tho plnn used by tho Bwlndler sel
(torn ir cor (nllcd to bring forth a
quick response. Ho dlwnjs managed
to Introduce himself nt a tlmn when
the victim was nlono. In ench iustnnco
(ho nnmo of tho vjnltair nod thnt or
tho victim was tho samo. Tho omcorti
wcro told of n .beautiful ranch ncnV
tho Yoscmlte. Valley, where a largfc
numuer or nrmy men make tneir sum
mer headquarters. Two or throo dns
later, tho ranch entertainer would drop
around again nnd tell a tnlo of torn-
norjiry misfortune. Ho hm lost his
pur so nnd. pending tho arrival ol
funds, could his namesake kindly ob
llge with a most trivinf accammoda'
tion Just for n dny or two? ir tM
culprit Is found,! his nllnutti It'lJ's'nW
will read like tho inrmyinrcgKUT''flr
Ihn Deimrtment of C.llIfiMitlDlt !'
NO MATTER how good the cattle may
be before they reach the slaughter
house if meat is not kept right after
killing it becomes tough. We keep ours
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEH.BR0N & LOUIS Proprietors
could bo dono nbout establishing n
nubile school In Hillsborough, llocyl . I
Is to report back nt the next'tneetrhgl Mnny n man has a kick coming he
of the trustees, when the mntter-Vlll cnuse his mule wasn't born nn nuto
bo traversed nt length. ' ' ' mobile. Chicago News.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE HE TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN' EVERYWHERE
one office, and that is at the Laundry itself.
7?7 KING STREET TELEPHONE 1401
J. ABADIE. Proprietor
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The Master Stroke in Car Designing
The success of the Overland- the car which commands
the largest sale in the world is solely due to a master
piece of mechanism.
K. ,UYEDA '
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
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CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
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The Overland was designed
after time had proved what
devices were best and what
mode of construction in ev
ery part of a car,
But a new engine was made
an engine more simple,
more trouble-proof, more au
tomatic than any before de
vised. And that faithful en
gine has done more than all
else to bring Overland cars to
The number of parts in the
car were immensely reduced.
One part now used in the
Overland alone takes the place
Then the pedal control was
devised. To go backward or
forward, fast or slow, one
dimply pushes pedals. The
hands have nothing to do but
As a result, a child can
master the car in ten min
utes. And the car almost
cares for itself.
25 h.p. $1095
The Overland is made by
the latest automatic machin
eryjust like the finest
watches, Thm we get exact
ness to the ten thousandth
part of an inch. And the cost
is immensely reduced aider
Our multiplied production
now 140 cars daily has cut
our making cost 20 per cent,
within the past year alone.
Thus the Overland gives a
great deal more than any
other car for the money,
The 25 horsepower Over
land, with a 102 inch wheel
base, sells for $1005. It is the
first real automobile ever
made -at that pi ice.
A 40-horsep0wer Overland,
with 112-inch wheel base,
sells for $1250. And the ?1,
500 Overland has many ad
vantages over cars costing
twice the price.
No smaller maker will at
tempt to give what these cars
give for the money.
The Popular Car
The Overland one of the
newest creations has come to .
outsell the oldest cars on he
market. The demand is now
growing faster than ever be
fore. It is five times as large
as last Spring.
You should know the car
which has won such a suc
cess, Its simplicity, its econ
omy, its freedom fromtrouble
will appeal to you n to
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio (Licensed under Selden Patent)
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