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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, September 05, 1922, Image 8',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
JOYOUS TALES OF HELP
SECURED THROUGH B. B. C.
Phenominal Success of B. B. C. is Town Talk
of Mrs. Hiram Huff
Mr Huff of 713 Molvln St.,
Cincinnati, O., stated: "My wife
has been sick for over 15 years
practically helpless and bed
ridden at most times rheuina
rnnddwn condition. 1 was told
tlsm. general ailments imd
that all had been done for her
that could be done, and it was
a settled conviction in my mind
that there was no help for her.
Hut a seeming miracle was ac
complished by H. B. C for af
ter S to 10 weeks' use my
wife n up and about and doing
the housework, washing and
cooking for the first time in
years." Said Mrs. Huff: "I
knew when they brought me
back from the hospital that
my husband and relatives
thought that 1 would never get
well, but I just couldn't give
up hope. We had tried every
thing and it seemed of no use.
1 had read and heard of the
new remedy, B. B, C, ard I
just felt that It would help
me and bring back my health
again. I commenced to use it
faithfully and it worked won
ders for me. My appetite return
ed, my pain disappeared. 1
slept well, my nervous feeling
and weakness left me and I
felt myself gaining and getting
stronger every day until now
I am up and around and do
my own cooking, washing and
housework. It is a wonderful
recovery for a woman that
has been bedridden and prac
tically helpless for yea.rs, and
Mr. Huff and I recommend
highly B. B. C. to which wo
owe our good fortune."
Many hundreds of prominent
Honolulu men and women testi
fy to the great merit of B.B.
We select a few at random:
Mr. S. Furukawa, Nlppu Jlji
B.B.C. is a splendid stomach
remedy and system tonic.
Wm. Kawohlonalani, Waikiki
I consider B.B.C. a wonderful
remedy for blood impurities
and lack of circulation.
Mr. Wm. Kalfima, 509 Waia
kamilo road B.B. C, is fine for
stomach and nerves. Good blood
Mary Kalaukoa, Gullck ave.
B.B.C. gives you an appetite
and is title for stomach.
George Pehu, Kapahulu and
Waialae roads B."B.C. is a won
derful medicine. Used it and
now feel fine.
Mrs. Jos. Amlel, Boston Store,
150 N. King St-B.B.C. Is a
great tonic for a run down
Capt. H. Blanchard, 1033 Ala
pal St., For years troubled
with gas on stomach now well.
A. Gulnduln, 820 Mokuuea lid.
B.B.C. remedies are good
especially the cough remedy
for asthma and bronchial
Mrs. J. Warboye, Beach Walk,
Waikiki 1. consider B.B.C. a
splendid stomach and nerve
MR. BEN BRUNS
now In Kapaa, who has
personal charge of B.B.C.
advertising and demonstration.
Mr. David Kakallla, 71 Bere
tania, cor. Smith B.B.C. is a
great blood medicine and sys
tem tonic good for rheuma
tism. Mr. Jns. Borges, 174!A Self
Lane B.B.C. Is a fine stomach
and liver remedy builds you
Mr. John Daly, Steamer Mat
soni.i B. B. C. restored my
health nervous breakdown and
Mr. Manuel De Mello, Kona,
Hawaii B,B.C. is a great reme
dy for stomach and run down
Mrs. Chas. S. Waklta, 1912
Luso St. As a stomach and
general system tonic .B.B.C. has
Mr. Samuel Scbllla, Boston
Store B.B.C. for stomach, liver
and nerves is without an equal.
Mr. A. Williams, 934 First Av.
Kaimuki B.B.C. is a marvelous,
stomach remedy and general '
Mr. Peter Pascall, 1103 Kama
Lane, I'alama B.B.C. restored
my health ailing long time.
Mr. W. L. Thoene, Blatsdoll
Hotel B.B.C. Is rightly named
Body Building Compound. It cor
talnly docs that.
Mrs. O. R. Lover, Alien St.
B.B.C. helped when everything
and general weakness,
else failed stomach disorders
Mr. Samuel Kind, Monsarrat
AV. B.B.C. is tho best remedy
for n run down system.
Mr. J. K. Mokumala, (Two
Gun) I have used B.B.C. and
found it a good medicine.
'Mr. K. Hlgashl, Fish Market,
flower dealer B.B.C. is a splen
did medicine for kidney and
Mr. W. Legros, Gazette Avt
Ueconitnends B.B.C. for stomach,
nerves and general rundown
Mr. Chas. Akana, Llllha and
King B.B.C. is tho best medi
cine In the world for general
B.B.C. (Body Building Com
pound) Is a marvelous recon
structive tonic. It Infuses the
system with youthful vigor and
reserve power, building up the
body stronger than sickness
and disease, and health Is the
result. If the body Is strong and
normal and the organs of It
well regulated and performing
their functions, 'there Is no sick
ness. That's why stomach dis
order, Indigestion, heart palpi
tation, rheumatism, blood Impur
tles, sick headaches, nervous de
depression, sleepless nlghbs,
anaemic and rundown condi
tion, bllliousness, torpid liver,
constipation, kidney and blad
der ailments give way to on
extended course of B.B.C. even
In cases of long standing, as
is proved by prominent local
people who have testified to
that effect. B.B.C. Is sold by
Llhue Store and plantation
stores and druggists. Price $1.
Special, 6 for $5.00.
We pay parcels post charg
es on all $5 cash orders. Send
money order and shipping di
rection to Benson, Smith & Co.
Ltd., Honolulu, special distributors.
THE LIHUE STORE'S
Summer Drinks and Ingredients
BEVEHAG E BUDWKI SEIt
BEVERAG E ''PABLO"
BIRCH REKK "CLIQUOT GLUB"
GIDER MARTI NHLIJ
CI DIOR DIAMOND "A"
CREME DE ME NTn E LYONS
COCKTA 1 L "MANHATTAN" LYONS
COCKTAIL "MARTINI" LYONS
GINGER ALE "CLIQUOT CLUB"
GINGER ALH WHITE ROCK
GINGER ALE "A. B."
GRAPE .IUICE CHURCH'S
GRAPE .IUICE WELCH'S
KUMMEL LOVEDALE'S, JM.
LOGANBERRY JUICE "PHEZ"
. ' PINECTAR HAWAIIAN-
ROOT BEER "CLIQUOT CLUB"
SARSAPAR ILLA "CLIQUOT CLUB"
SYRUP "FORBIDDEN FRUIT" GRAPE
SYRUP LYON'S GRENADINE
'and at our Soda Fountain
Iced Drinks - Ice Cream - Ice Cream Cones
Fresh Dairy Cream
PLAQUE CLAIM3 EIGHT LIVES
SINCE EARLY IN SUMMER
Eight fatul caBcs of bubonic pla
gue lias been recorded by tho lo
cal board of health officials slnco
July 4th this yoar, states the Illlo
Tribune. Tho last case was found
Saturday und the patient, a Japan
ese child, died Sunday night at
Dr. F. B. Trotter, president of th
board of health, who- has been look
ing over the plaguo situation along
the Haniiikua coast, before leaving
for Honolulu yesterduy afternoon,
stated that ho thought thu wltuatiou
well in hand, and that every effort
would be made to prevent tho spread
of thu dlstusu by means of tho fleas
tl.at infest ruts, dogs und cats. That
oven fleas from plague-stricken rats
might lodge for a brief period In
dust und from there Jump onto hu
man beings and thru their bites com
municate tho plague germ, was an
opinion expressed by the executive
head of tho territorial board of
Confined In Hamakua
Dr. Trotter, when asked if there
had been any record case of recent
years of a plague rat being discov
ered nearer Hilo than I'aauilo, or if
there had been any human cases in
north or south Hilo for many years
past, replied in tho negative. He
added that one patient who had
contracted the disease in tho Ha
makua district hud been brought to
Hilo by his relatives and had died
in the quarantine station.
Asked as to why tho plaguo rats
and the disease germ seem to bo
confined to the Hamakua district,
President Trotter replied that weath
er conditions in that part of the
county may suit the fleas better than
north and south Hilo.
'North and South Hilo aro wet
compared with tho Hamakua," re
plied the doctor, "and the fleas may
not care for rain. That may explain
why there have been no plague rats
caught in this part of the county."
Dr. Trotter IsBued Instructions to
Acting Chief Inspector Joseph Ca
ceres yesterday to the effect that all
of the health inspectors of the city
with the exception of one, should
proceed to the Honokaa region and
carry out special duties there.
Chas. F. Horswlll, wharfinger at
Hanaloi, and Mrs. Horswlll returned
from a visit to Honolulu last Friday
S. B. Goss, Llhue contractor, re
turned Friday morning from a visit
Nell Locke, secretary of tho Kauai
county Y. M. C. A., accompanied by
his family, returned from Honolulu
this morning where ho has been at
tending the "Y" secretaries convention.
Muscovy Ducks for sale In any num
ber desired. Soe D. Lyons, Mc
Bryde, Elcclo post office. 2t.
FORD TOURING CARS
Wo have a number of Ford Touring
cars on hand which wo will sell
cheap. Inquire at Waimea Stablos
Ltd., Nawlliwill or Waimea. tf.
Young man (American) desires cler
ical situation as assistant bobk
keeper or timekeeper. Address
John Sutton, Liliuo, Kauai. 2t.
Want work. ! am a good carpenter.
Prefer steady work as plantation
mechanic. Write or phono Carpen
ter, care ol (.arden Island. It
Ailto mo tin best c.vjh pric ym
will tako for your interest and have
nio pay nil your debts to plantation,
government and water company. Do
pcilbo land by lot, eHs Write now,
(j'jorgc Williams, Lihuo. or inqulie
for me at tho eight new school
buildings, Llhue. )t.
Check No. 19i, drawn by Ho Lun
in favor of Yap Bros., Ltd., for
$141.79, has either been loBt or
stolen. All persons aro warned
against negolating samo. 3t.
A gray tweed coat on Lihuo base
ball diamond last Wednesday ev
ening. Finder pleaso return to W.
H. Balthis. Llhue, and receive re
No Matter Where You Live
You can have
delivered at your door
OUR TRUCKS COVER THE ENTIRE ISLAND
Llhue, Nawlliwill, Grove Farm Dally. Phone 444.
Hanamaulu Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Phone 444.
Kapaa, Kealla, Wallua Dally. 'Phone 559.
Anahola, Kllauea, Hanalel Tuesday, Friday. Phone 559.
Waimea, Kekaha, Mana, Makawell Dally. Phone 112.
Hanapepe, Eleele, Port Allen Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday. Phone 112.
Koloa, Lawal, Kalaheo Tuesday, Saturday. Phone 444.
Order a case for next delivery
It's Good because its made that way
5c A BOTTLE
Lihue Ice & Electric Power Co., Ltd.
PIES - CAKES - BREAD
from Waimea Bakery
Deliveries made as far as Kapaa
every Tuesday and Saturday
Fresh by Every Steamer
Telephone Your Orders to