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Colds Lead to CatarrhCatarrh Leads
I?ln cases of consumption nut of ton
A jnrson catchss a cold. Tlio cold 1
nut ti'opcfly cured, and they quickly
catch anntl'.r one. This cold U dllly
dalllvj ltii by Iiu Irvatineiit, or tuino
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For special direction! everyone should read "Tho lilt of Life," copy of which surrounds taoh bottle. Poruna
( for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottl or six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the nscesssry delay In receiving a reply
should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benson. Smith & Co. will supply tho retail drug trade In Honolulu.
can be rendered by you If you will keep your yard and sidewalk look
The best receipt for keeping a lawn looking green Is to water It
freely with water that has run through a length of
SsJT- TROPIC 5-PLY HOSE, which should be done regularly af
ter you have gone over It with a good
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower
We have everything In the way of
--and we want you to have every thing In this line as well.
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It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per
sonality. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count. .
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It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per- "
KAnalltv. "Throunh its halls runa the storv of vour life." Vnur
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Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboed cartons, which keep It from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest.
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Miss Alma Llllla. COO 18th St.. I
Rock Island, 111., says I t)
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It cured me In two day ot a cough
which hid been annoying me tor
three necks, ana which had ac-
eloped a terlout catarrhal affec
tion of the throat and lungs.
I had a number ot colds during
the scar, and each left me with a
little more catarrh; then this bad
cough was the worst. I took cough
medicines until I sickened at the
sight ot them. Hut Peruna cured
me up In such quick time that I am
Us firm friend. Four weeks' con
stant use ot It got the catarrh en
tirely out of my system.
'It deserves all the praise be
stowed upon It." Alma Llllla.
treatment that U InefTcctual, and tlio
Then they catch another cold and bo
gin to cough. Then they tako cough
syrups, hut thoy do no good.
lly and liy they got tired of taking
medicine, nnd glvo up In despair.
Their cold eontlnnea and their cough
grows worse. Then they apply to a
doctor, only to discover that thoy aro In
tlio first lUgei ot consumption.
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Mlin I.Ulla, o( Illinois, started out
exactly In this way. Fortunately, sho
took a courso of rerun before. It was
too late. Hho liad caught soveral colds,
then a cough developed. Sho took all
sorts of couch medicines, until. n dIia
puts It, "I Blckencd attkoslghtof thorn." j
In four weeks rerun had cured tier of
bcr catarrh and tier system was entirely
rid of It.
This Is what reruns Is dolnc all tho
hllo. Not u dy, and iirubuMy not an
hour, posses but somo ono has a similar
exporlcnco with l'cruna.
Tlio first step toward consumption Is
catching cold. Tho next step Is a failure
to euro It promptly, Tlio third tcp is
thedevolopmcntof catarrh, which grad
ually becomes chronic. Tho fourth step,
tho catarrh begins to spread from tho
head to tho throat. Tho fifth step, the
catarrh spreads to tho bronchial tubes
and lungs. It then becomes consump
tion In Its first stago.
At any t Imo during tho progress of tho
catarrh, from tho first onset of tho cold
to its final settlement In tho lungs, Pe
runa can bo relied upon to stop tho dis
ease. It cures entirely, liven after
consumption has bceomo thoroughly
doveloped, many cases havo found In
rcruna n permanent cure. After they
havo been given up by physicians to ilia
ot consumption l'cruna has cured them.
Wo havo hundreds of testimonials
that (leelaro these- facts In the most
U. B. Senator John M. Thurston, from
Nclirnskn, writes tho following letter
from Washington, D. C, under data of
April 0, 1901 1
"I havo used l'cruna s,t various times
during tho post year or two villi most
"Itcntlrcly rclhncd mo from an Irrl-
I fating cough, tho result of cxresslvo
effort In tho Presidential campaign, and
I am a firm believer In Its cflleaey In
any such trouble." Jim. M. Thurston.
To tako quieting medicines to stop a
cough Is absurd and harmful. Tho only
way to slop a cough permanently and
without doing moro Injury than good Is
to cure tho catarrh, which Is exactly
what l'cruna does. It cures tho catarrh
of tho bronchial tubes and tho cough
At tho slightest appearance of a rough
a boltlo of I'crnna should bo taken
according to directions. Ono botlto In
tho beginning will do moro than a halt
dozen bottles aftor tho catarrh has
fastenrd Itself on tho lungs.
If you do not dorlvo prompt and satis
factory results from tho uso of l'cruna,
writo tt onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full F'-atcmont of your caso, and ho will
bo pleased to giro you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
Tlio Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
If you have never tried
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do so at once. It Is superior to any gin
In the market and tnds favor whsr.
For aals at aH Isadlng hotels and
1C1 TO 105 N. KING STREET.
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Isn't It about time you bought some
new matting? You should call and In
spect our new stock of Japanese and
Chinese mattings. Also Chinese Mat
ting Rugs, both plain and twisted pat
terns, and blue and white Japanese
Cotton Rugs. We have Just received
the largest stock ever brought to the
Islands and are showing a full line of
colors and sizes.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING ST.
3BP" TALKING MACHINE8 -pj
If you want the beat talklnn machine
at the lowest possible figure, get a
VICTOR. We have all the latest rec
BERG8TROM MUBIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
Tuesday, January 30.
O, 9. S. Sonoma, llerrlman, from
Colonies, 10:43 p. m.
Wednesday, Jan. 31.
Stmr. Mlknlintn, Gregory, from Ka
uai ports, 5:45 n. in., wtli 5000 bags
K. 8. M. Hiigar.
O. S. 8. Sierra, Houdlcttc, from San
Francisco, 10:30 n. m.
Wednesday, January 31.
O. S. S. Sonoma, llerrlman, for San
Francisco, CMS a. m.
0. S. S. Sierra, Houdlcttc, for tbo Col.
onles, 9 p. m.
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Tor 8. S. Sierra, from San Francis
co. Jnn. 31. For Honolulu: Dr. E. N.
Woolsey. Jno. Kcan, Mrs. Jno. Kcan,
M. II. cook, Mrs. Cook and child nnd
maid, MaJ. F. C. Vincent, U. 8. A.;
M. Franrlnl, Wm. McDougald, J. C.
ljckwood, L. V. MrKesson, Mrs. Mc
KoRSon, J. . Martin, Mrs. Martin, W.
E. Sharon, Mrs. Sharon, Master Shar
on, Mrs. II. Dcas, F. W. Hold, O.
W. Drown, Miss A. Sullivan, Miss Sui.
Ilvan, Miss Itamm, Mrs. II, I.nwler,
W. W. Standcford, L. F. Alvarez, 8.
(Irceory, W, It. Castle, Mltg Jcsslu
Format), Miss h. II, do Witt, E. J.
Hull, Mrs. Hell, It. T. Henderson, L. A.
Johnson, I), C. Lindsay, Dald Crow
ley, W. 8. Checsman, T. O. Loystor,
J. W. Pratt, Mrs. K. Phillips, Mrs, A.
W. Dow, Chas. lluddc, J. W. Sooney,
t. A. Thurston, Miss It, Green, II. L.
Pillock, Miss G. Mozart, E, II. Moz-
or tr.i Mnrl 1ra C ?. MfPnrlliv
MlM II. L. Pillock, Mrs. A. Lcadbct-l
tor, F. It. Cliiuv, 8. Shtpton, IC. M.
Carlisle. T. K. Ityan. Mrs. Ilyan, J. 11.
Hvan', Mrs. J. II. Ilyan. L. B. Ityan,
Ml s.i Nora Ilyan, Oscar Tapp, P. J.
Tlipmpnon, Mrs. W. Chalmers and 3
chlldten. Miss Wilson, Mrs. M. 8,
Jones, Miss M. Iluthcrford, J. Clif
ford, J. C. Itohlnson, 8. L. Cohen, E,
Mackenzie, Mrs. Mackenzie, Fred.
Itohlnson, J. T. Olles, E. Jacobson,
Mlxs.Iletta Young, 11. D. Rosccrans,
N. Schow. Mrs. Schow and two chil
dren, Edna Jnc&bsen nnd two children.
For Auckland; I.. F. Ayson, m. r. fox.
For Sydney: A. D. Cameron, W. Mey
er, II. V. Altenborough. T. 0. Hayes,
Mrs Hayes, Miss Dcsslo Hayes, J, A,
Gray, Mrs. Elizabeth Oray, J. C. Ilob
crts, V. McDonald, Mrs. McDonald,
Miss L. Callahan, II. C. Callahan, Ilcv
V .M. Schneider, Mons. P. Dauffcn
bach. Mrs. A. C. Mcdhurst. E. G
( Moors, Mrs. E. A. Forbes, E. Mack-
wood, W. J. Deebc, C. F. Eckton,
Saml. Meyer, J. J. 8teclc, II. H.
Scales, J. E. Jones, Miss Nancy Hut'
ler. F. M. llrlestey. E. lloesch, W. U,
8. Trimble, Mrs. II. V. Attcnborough,
Mrs. O. F, Eckton, Mrs. J. J. Steele.
Per S. 8. Sierra, for tho Colonics,
Jan. 31. Misses, Newton (Z), C. W.
nush, W. D. tlush.
17. S. Weather Dureau,
Temperatures C a. m., 63: 8 a. m
.CS; 10 a. m., CG; noon, 68; morning rain.
Barometer, 8 a. m., 30.03; absolut
humidity, 8 a. rn., 3.267 grains per
cubic fool; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
18 jer rent; dew point 8 a. m., 45,
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 12, direction
N. w.; 8 a. m velocity id. iiircction n.;
10 a. m., velocity 20, direction N.; noon,
velocity 12, direction N. E.
ltalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 329 miles.
A danco will be given under the aus
pices of too Kamenameba Alumni As
sociation, for tho purposes of raising
money to minport the track team, wliuli
baa been recently organized, a week
from this Saturday evening at Prog
ress ball. The committee In charge,
consisting of Harry Auld, Thomas
Tread way and A. O. Kaulukou, are
making every effort to make tho event
a success. Arrangements to have Boms
or U. K. Kaals talented musicians con
tribute special concert numbers during
the evening will soon bo closed. Tick
ets nro being sold at f 1, admitting gon
tlcman and ladles.
Tlio Mlkahala la unloading hcr-cargo
Into tho bark Kaiulanl.
For Wnnt Column See Pace "lx
Small, ueatly furnished cottage. Ad
dress S., Bulletin. 3295-lw
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on first mortgages on
Improved real estate. Low Interest.
Any amount. Pt E. It. Strauch, Ileal
.stato.and Financial Agt., No. 74 S.
King St., Walty Dldg. 3295-lw
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
CHAMBERS DRUG COMPANY, LTD.
At tlio annual meetlne of thn stack.
holders of tho Chambers Drug Co.,
Ltd., held In Honolulu, Jan. 30, 190S,
the following officers were elected:
o. a. Qierbach President
L. A. Blerbach....Vlce President
A. W, Meyer Secretary
C, E. Meyer Treasurer
K. Kelly Auditor
Tho abovo officers constltuto the
Hoard of Ulrcctors.
A. W. JIEYEn.
3295-3t Secretary. '
Our First Display of
Cotton Organdies at 25 c,
Silk ,, at 35c
Fancy Silk Mulls at 50c
Will bs made onjhursday. Feb. 1st
These are all 1906 Patterns on Sheer and
See our Window Displays
In MATTRESSES. We have a lot of
SISAL and MOS8 that got mixed to
gether. We are making this up Into
good, strong tick and offer them at the
low price of
$5.00 each '
FOR A DOUBLE MATTRE8S WELL
ONLY A FEW CAN BE SOLD.
Coyne Furniture Go.
Union and Hotel Streets
Of the Celebrated
5 cents a tin
J. M. LEVY & Go.
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Our New Directory
Thero will bo ONLY ONE UptoDato
Directory published for tho Hawaiian
Islands for 1900-1907. That will bo tbo
LKMMON-EAIILE DIIIECTOIIY. Tho
result of a complete house-to-houso
canvass ot all tbo
FANCY, DRY G00D8.
o JUST OPENED o
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japaneao Silk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu St., corner
King. PO. Box 053. Honolulu, H.T.
Por Btmr. Mlkahala, from Kauai
ports, Jan. 31. C. II. Dement, Ah
Chock, T. Komatsu, Akeau, Hon. W.
J. Sheldon, W. H. Kico Sr, p. Carty
and 28 on deck.
CRIDaB At Marlfleld, Victoria, n. O.
Dec. 19, 1905. Mary, beloved wife of
DIsliop Edward Crldge, aged 78 ycari '
and 8 months.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1906,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
--At my salesroom, 847 Kaahumami
street, 1 will sell flno
' NEARLY NEW.
Consisting of Oak Sideboard, Oak
Dining Tabic, Uox-Kramo Oak Diners,
Handsome Uuroaus, Iron and Ilrass
Bedsteads, Ostcrmoor Mattresses,
Kitchen Tables. Washstands, Individ
ual Chairs, Kancy-vMahogany and
Oak Chairs, Rattan Itockcrs, Center
Tables, Child's High Chairs. Grass
Center Rugs, Handsome Small Hugs,
Screen Doors, llcfrlgorafbr, Ico Uox,
Kitchen Safe, Instantaneous Water
Heater, Canvas Chairs. Filters, Door
Mats, Kitchen Ooods, Lot Flno Pic
1 DECKER PIANO, In flno order: '
Wood 8tove, Large Rango, Fish
Tank, Tables, Water Boilers, Ladles
Rambler Hlcyclo, nearly newj
JA8. F. MORGAN,
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 817 Kaahumami
street, I will sell
1 A-l grado Dabcock Surrey, full
1 Ulko Runabout, Studebakcr;
Double Set Hand-mado Harness.
Tho abovo Is tho property' of O. F.
1 Flno Slnglo Surroy, Studebaker,
lDustness liuggy, A-l grado, from
tho stables of Mrs. II.' A. Iscnberg;
1 Flno Canopy Holmes Drake, new;
Sale at 12 noon promptly.
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