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TUT. OARDKN ISLAND.
LITTLE WILLIE DIES
ROM
SERUM
TREATMENT
home, llu-v shot win.1 row m rum
into Willie's Mm .
WMl. Willi.- lived .ilmik; until he
was ten years oKl when, oik- ti i 1 it .
his folks were sent into a u:io b
discovering that lit- li.nl lil.uk dip
theria. Fortunately, a noted phy
sician had d iseov rod that.mti tox
in scrum from a how- would cute
diptheria. if am tiling would, and
so they ave Willie sonu- how s.
rum. hv podermi.-aUv.
Finally, at -hi years of ar,c. Willie
was taken w ith a mysterious mala
dy. None of the doctors eouhl tell,
definitely what it was. At last, as
Willie was very low, a very ham-'
j ed scientist from a urcat eastern in
I stitute visited him and pronounced
01
E
FACTS
OLD
CURIOUS OLD
OF YE
TYfilE
CHALMERS 1911
I
Once upon a time, not so very
long :i(,'d, a l)oy was born and they
named him Willie. It not beitu;
cultured or fashionable and it being
detrimental to the wearing of cor-j
sets and participation in social func-
tions, this boy's mother did nolj
nurse him, but he was put on tV.ej
bottle. Fortunately, a learned,
scientist had discovered how to';
pasteurize milk, so that the boy j
did pretty well on most any old j
cow's milk. j
When this boy was two years old, j
he caught the whooping cotijrh.
Fortunately, Professor Bordct, of
Brussels, had discovered that anti
toxin serum from a cat would cure
whooping eolith, and some cat se
rum was injected into Willie. !
Soon after Willie Krot about aain from an allij,r.1lor on ' general dihi-
he was taken with the measles. l't'- , , , , , ,
... . , i , u .. i .. ., e don t know that there s auv
l.ortunately.Dr.joh, P.Ande sou, ,,,,,, to this slorv. TllL.rc is ;,
of ashintfton, had discovered tluit
M t ..! N htciijit to li,:ht e
si line int. 1 1 t i re. Iintis ot tnnnv
c.lls .11,11. C"s te ipiotid in
1S.'7 at 7 . ln. lint-.s. .'S to
": l,.i.s. .i lu-.l.l. 1 .S t" t.V. a
nice d call -...I. I f..; 7 cents, :;.
c nt- a ! 11 . and ! r h nih at
JS -ids i at h. You iiiM ril a
111.111 to wot k f'"l von Imin Mllllip
anti-toxin serum from a monkey
would cure the measles. So, they
pumped the monkey serum into the
boy, and the measles didn't kill
him.
One day Willie was playing with
his pet terrier, w h e n the dog
scratched him. So his folks, fear
ing hydrophobia in its worse form,
rushed him down to New Jersey,
where there is a great institute in
honor of Professor Pasteur, who,
fortunately, discovered that anti
toxin serum from a dog was a fine
thing for rallies. They pumped
dog serum into little Willie for two
months.
Willie pulled through nicely, but
on the way home, rode a Pullman
sleeper in which a smallpox case
had leeu discovered. Fortunately,
Dr. Jenner had discovered that
anti-toxin serum from a cow would
cure smallpox, and so, on getting
it "general debility." "lint, cluer till d.nk at fnni in to 1.' cent a
up, my man!" said tlie scientist. I day. and hi- a pled p.iv in p.lt.
"I have here an anti-toxin from "'hides, twists of tobacco, w '.Id lionc
"No more meiiageriu in mine." or y.itn mitts. I.oiiisi.ina Mo.,
sighed Willie. "Life has-been Puss Join n.d .
but one blamed serum after anoth- j
er." Whereupon he turned over K.I. IKmpsev. a will known,
and died, much to the rcurct of the -''i" lIo.,lnl came up .... ,
, , . , . , the K man W ln. s,i w .
scientist, who felt sure that he was . '
to enrich medical science with an- U- " H""-f- president a n .1
other great discovery, since he was manager of the 11 ii 1 tin turn
about to trv serum from a hen and tioii and drasiu Co.. artived on I
the Kin. in Wediiesd.iv mo mini;. j
J. II. liole, book keeper for the
McP.ryde Plantation, accompanied'
by Mrs. P.ole. returned from a trip
to the coast on Wednesday's Kinatt.
SPECIFICATIONS
Am (front) S ingle pwee drop forg
ing, Iwam tVlof., Utge annular ball
AU (rer)Full floating type, hrat
rre !( i n ke 1 htt. Large annular
tJl tearing bearing.
rake. -Contraling baml on drive
h I, 7 mi h diafwtrr, 3-im h (air. In-
tf-rnal e(.anjtng nn rear whrrl, 14-inch
cimM-f, I mch face. All breaki double
ling
Bearing a--Cull type annular ball
(raftrga iKftMiyhnut running gear; ailent
(vj annulai bail tearing in tranimiuion and crank shaft
Carburetor-! lt Ircd, automobile type, hot water jacketed.
C laranr.. 10 m hr.
1 lutch Multiplr dtH running in nil.
Color-! hatt and umlciUnly bin k with ttody and Stripping
rr'ih etmibon, Nfrf Cfrcn or C halmers Hlur.
Drive rr grat, two universal )nti. Ird Meel tntir
f rame--,rer'J atwl, channel sec tion.
Gear Ratio NamJard J i 4 to I.
lgnilionfV h MatrnHn.
Lwhncation-'onla(it Irvrl plah iytem operated by pump.
S'- lrl on dah.
MorMP power -0.
Motor- ihm rlinVri ra4 en bloc; 4 inth bore, 4 l-2-inch
Stiokr.
Rima--l. nivrral quM k drtai hable.
Springt Fto t, half elliptic; rear, three-quiter Hi, lie.
Stealing gear--Vorm and grar type-Tread--56
inches.
Tires 34x3 1-2 inch all around. Option ol Motgen & Wng'it
or Continental.
Trantmiilion Selective sliding gear type, three speeds forward
and revere.
Valvei Nickel steel, large diameter. Elxhaust valves at side;
inlet valves at top of cylinders.
Wheeli 34 inch diameter, wood, artillery type. Rear wheel
spokes bolted to brake drums.
Wheel bate 104 inches.
Seat Width, 37 inches; depth, 19 inches.
Leg Room 35 inches.
Price $1500, f. o. b. Detroit, including Bosch magneto, gas
lamps, two extra tire irons, Prest O Lite tank and Chalmers top
with side curtains and storm front.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
l-'RAXK
K. IIOWKvS,
HoNot.i-xr
Managkk
I
lot of Ciod's truth to it anyhow. -Tolkdo
Nkws-Bki?
S. OZAKI
WAIMKA
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
ALSO
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone Xo. 102. Branch Wahinw.i, Ti-1.'11ioik- Xo.
HOCK SHEE
Tailor
Four years with W. A liana,
Honolulu, is now located at
KAPAIA STORE
Garments cleaned and pressed
Latest prevailing fashions.
Workmanship Guaranteed
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper
Paper Bags, Twines,
Stationery
HONOLULU'S LARGEST
PAPER HOUSE
McChesney Coffee Co.
16 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN
PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
CEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pre A Mgr
Oceanic Steamship
Co's. Time-table
The favorite S. S. SIKRRA, 10.
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Dtcmher 27. Jan. 17 19
12. First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $(i5; round trip, SI 10.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd
GKXKRAL AGKNTS
Coffee Roasters Exclusively
LTD KONA COFFEE
Green or Roasted. Any Quantity.
In bulk or packed in any style.
Coffee of 1 908-9 Crop, or New Crop.
E
340
Try Us For Good Coffee
ARTISTIC GIFTS
FOR CHRISTMAS
GIFTS FOR
EVERYONE
El
'FRY YFAR, we make a special effort
have the largest ami most attractive
display of suitable j; i f ts for Christmas Holiday
trade on Kauai .
This v ear we have so far, surpassed all
previous effort-, in this respect and can boast of
ever
DECEMBER
1911
OPEN
SATURDAY
NIGHTS
the urciteit collection of Christmas eoods
offered to the public.
TOYS?
Why. bliss the irls and boys, old Santa's
home is rihl in ui ston . lirin the children
in and let them acquainted with the rood
old soul, lie loves them all, and has eer -tiling
their dear little he.nts' desiie.
SANTA'S
BIG
HOME
HAWAIIAN
SUGAR CO'S-
MAKAWELI STORE
PIKE GO. TEAGHERS
E
PER YEAR
The estimate value of the 115
school building in the county is
SIM, 110. There are 9C buildings
for white pupils, IN for colored pu
pils containing 162 rooms, making
162 teachers who arc ciiacd in
teaching the children in the public
schools of l'ike. Last year fl2,
115.62 was paid to the male teach-
, ers, $41,991.75 10 the female teach-
ers, an average of $A) to each'
teacher.
Many of the schoolhoiises were
repaired last year and three n e v
buildings erected.
As a rule there is harmony and
interest anions directors and where
this exists, progress in the school
is inevitable. In 66 districts there
are fair libraries and the pupils are
pursuing some kind of valuable
reading, but these need increasing
and if til-- loards fail to appropriate
the amount as specified each ear,
that hoard is not complvin with
the provisions of the law. This
N ear there will be but few schools
of less than eight months' duration
ami enrollment should In- Kreater
because of the new features of the
compulsory law. Prosecuting- At
torney Blair will investigate viola
tions of this statute which requires
pupils between 8 and 16 to attend
school the first three-fourths of the
school term.
The schools belong to every citi
zen and should have his attention
as well as his stock, his lands and
even his church. Louisiana l'tess
Journal.
.
vS. 15. Crosbv, is a Kauai visitor.
Dr. 1 P. Osborne and Mrs. Os
borne, were Kinnu arrivals last
Wednesday morning.
Roman, the hat dealer, llcutania
Street Honolulu, will clean your
hat and pay return freight.
Charges reasonable and workman
ship is guaranteed.--9-19-tf,
Educator $4 Shoes
i
I
Are a treat for the feet. Made on
a broad toe last with room for all
five toes. This gives perfect rest
for the foot at all times.
They come in Black Gun
Metal, Calf, Yici Kid and Tan
Russia, both in high and low
cuts.
When orderin;;,
cover freight.
ad I
to
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
in51 Fort Strkkt
Limitkd
I
I
IloNolA l.U
New Stenciled Articles
Artistic in Designs Low in Price
Cushion covers, Curtains, Laundry bags,
Shoe bags, Wor bags, Table Covers, Belts,
etc.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MAIL ORDERS
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop
HONOLULU
EXCELSIOR
DIARIES
1912
Office and xckct diaries of
all sies bound in cloth or
leather. Mail orders promptly
filled.
I
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Stocks, Bonds
and Real Estate
No. 857 Kaahumanu Street
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Voting Hldg . I lollolldu
JEWELERS
I k I !Ui . IN I HI
SlI.VI k ,i C. 1. I.IM
K IC 11 C'l T ( It. -s v s 1 I
,H (,(! is
Mi kiini.;-i m m i
lll.sT r l I I ll'.n
H.F.WICHMAN&CO.,Ld.
Li i:m. Ji i i i i s
r. o. liox Aij
POST CARDS
In a lari- and choice assortment
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co
Young Bldg., Honolulu.
Curio Den
1119 Fort Street. Honolulu
1 1 is a fiiir line of Cut f ilass.
II. i ..!;.. u tcius painted on China
Always Popular Prices
L. Austin, represent imr
i s C , is mi his regular call
:i K i'l o's C"tliU! rci:il Clas-,.
tut n. '1 !'i
t.. ii
K' -
-P hi.
of Koloa re-
I:
:u a t ao . ks' vacation
'.ii l ist Wnlutsd.iy.
K .i;l !i , n tut nid Wed
''I i '! ; f isit to Mono-
Job Printing a Specially
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II.
i-i J '. pp. ltd, of IIouO-
.1 b i'k l.i-t Kinatt from
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