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KEEP OFF ALL
BY TAKING PE-RU-NA.
Many Horseback Ridersi
Be Taken i
fr""1 iiili. w " 'Sl:MfeffiS3Pe-ru-na, the Most Reliable Remedy For 0MC Wi
dlfth WWM, WKKHMLM All Climatic Ailments. yJ,
Coininlltpps to tnl.e rlinrK" ( ,l"'
varluin ilrimrtiiH'iitM if thn Klmnl I'.i-
roilf liavp lipfii awpoIimI ntiil nii !
W. r. Dillingham. Chairman
Clins. 1'. Clilllliiyuortli, Marshal
(Iwi C. 1'otlcr, Assistant Marshal.
.1. It Call, It. Ill Trent. Aulumu
II, V. HIiIukIh, HiirstM ami Car-
I'. Amlraili'. l'n-ii HIilprH.
Harold DlllliiBlinni. ItldiTH utliui
K. II. 1'nrK Modes
(loo. I'. DpiiItoii, ArniliKi-iiutit of
(5mj. Cooke, Social CltiliB and liven
Walter 0. Smith. Prank I,. HooR-t.
Wall.ire II. rarrliiKtoii. 1'iilillcll).
John V. Soper. Tickets.
II. I'. Wood, Secretary.
A. liartlc), Promotion Commlttns.
I'rom prrat'iit Indications, horses
for patadu purposes will he nt n pre
mium. i:ery uvallnble horsi In the
elty lias been spoken for up lo the
It Is expected th.it some Utile trou
ble will lie experienced In m-ctmtom-Iiik
the country hoises to the ll.ipiilni;
skirts of the pa-u riders.
Photographers nr(. making exhaus
tive preparations to latch the illffor
ent .sect loan of the parade with their
cameras. Several of the schools h.ne
rlEiillled their willingness to deconto
n car und'enter tho parade
ThrotiKh the press of professional
engagements Mr. .las. It. Jitdd will
not be able to act In the,' capacity of
Judge of the riding division Ills
place will be taken by W A (Ireen
well. The committee hne not jet forniu
luted their plans regarding the Itoos
cwlt prlie, but lufoimatloii will bo
given out early next week tegardlng
HgsitiiE1 .-'Tl""--1 Chronic Ciurrh or llM 1S0OS,C
1 t- tTOFTHMd ana Throat Usted PjWS KSraJlSraScBeS
nHnoHK tv Si r-.-rr....T. ...---vw-? ------ o
SlHHHp Mr. GusUv Schmidt, Spring Valley, 111., writes :
MaaaaH? .SI KThmiriiarrliof tho head nd throat (or oror thlrtr years. It became
X lHr ' J ' Worse every rear. About thrco months ago 1 commenced to last rerun
i hw llH SiviR W J !' and Manalln, and now I am entirely cured of that troublesome sickness.
mBR ! have not llcd In vain, Doctor, and I thank you for the good you have don
S .... xt . ..ninv ulnnir tlfo to lielnsuflerlnit humanltv."
nULL-HN ADS. PAY
Ex'qtmite designs in Teneriffe squares
wheels, Doilies, Scrafs and tea cloths.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Moana, Young and Hawn, Hotels.)
MR. CLU. II. THOMPSON
At Work On the farm and
reellni Well All the Time.
Ueo. II. Thompeon, Uratt,
MUs., writes t
"I liavo been cured of ca
tarrh by your medicines,
Perutia and Moualln. I had
liven alTeeled with catarrh of
the stomach about all my
life, ami wa taken badoury
Spring and Hummer.
"I uiicd several kinds of
patent medicines, but they
did me no good, I then took
a treatmont under an M. I).,
which did me but little good.
liy this tlmo I had como to
whero I could cat nothing but
a llttlo soup. I bad scvero
pains, had lost in weight and could
not do anything. T began taking
your medicines, Peruna and Manalln. I
then weighed 120 pounds, but after tak
ing several bottles of l'eruna and
one. bottle of Manalln, I weighed 1UJ
1 am now at work on the farm and
feel wall all of the time. I eat all I
want to and my f rlonda say that I look
better than over before I will eter
praise l'eruna for Its healing power,"
Pc-ru-na Is a Systemic Remedy.
If l'eruna proves elUciciit for catarrh
In one place, It will bo equally potent
In any other place, because It Is a sys
The pcoplo generally aro ycry mnch
misinformed as to tho nature of catarrh.
Catarrh is usually belloved to bo con
fined to tho head, nose and throat. Lat
terly we sometimes hear of catarrh of
tho stomach and catarrh of tho bowels.
Seldom, If ever, do we hear of catarrh
of any other organs,
It Is not because these nrgans are not
subject to catarrh, nor that catarrh of
these organs Is not a very common dis
ease, but simply because It Is not gener
ally kuoun that affection of tbeso
urgius way us uue 10 caiarru
Climatic Ailments Overcame By
Mr. W. J. Templo, 11. V. I). S, I)ela
ware, Ohio, writes:
"1 am a farmer and so necessarily
must bo exposed to all kinds of weather.
About three, jears ago last winter, 1
was taken sick with bowel and stomach
"Olio doctor called it ulceration of
tho bowels, another called It colitis
Another doctor helped me tempo
"Then a druggist recommended
Peruna and I followod his advice. I
took altogether llvo bottles and I con
sider myself a well man.
"llcforo using l'eruna, it was utterly
Imposslblo for mo to do a day's work,
but now I can do farm work without
the least trouble or fatigue, 1 consider
l'eruna tho best medicine and tonic on
"I had not eaten a meal for five years
without distress until I took Poruna.
I have recommended It to several
friends with good results."
A TALK TO FARMERS.
THK farmer Is the salt of tho earth.1
Without tho farmer, tho Industrial
world with all Us tlurry and Immense
wealth could not exist for a day.
It is upon the soil that we all depend
for our living.
No matter how far one may bo re
moved from tilling tho soil, or how llt
tlo ho may know about the farmer's vo
cation, ho Is ltally dependent upon the
things which grow in tho soil.
Farming Is tho basis of -all wealth and
Is tho bulwark of all civilisation.
Tho farming class Is rapidly becom
lnglntelllgi.'nt and shrewd la business
-The rcuben and tho country bumpkin
have dlsappesrcd and In their stead a
practical well-trained business mau,
capable of the, highest form of com
mercial activity, has arisen.
l'eruna Is a very popular medicine
Many a family depends largely upon
Peruna as a family medicine and the
Bomo farmers are far removed from
physicians, and In any case they are
far more self-reliant and more liable to
depend upon a household remedy than
people who llvo In the cities.
Dr. Hsrtman, who for many yoars
was a farmer himself, and who still
owns and manages one of tho best farms
In the Stato of Ohio, Is a friend of the
farmer, and it Is with the farmer that
tho Immonso bulk of his correspondence
The millions of booklets published
and distributed by Dr. llartman every
year circulate chiefly among the farm
A large number of unsolicited testi
monials cunceriiliu: Peruna como from
tho f armors every year.
MR. J. B. ALEXANDER,
A Necessity m the Heme.
J. 11. Alexander, publisher of the
"Fruit and floral Guide, a Magazine of
Horticulture," published In Hartford
City, Ind., says of Poruna:
"I was atlllcted with catarrh of the
throat and head for over ten years, 1
was treated by many physicians, but
grew worso until I was seldom ablwto
go out In cold weather.
"About ono year ago I was advised to
try l'eruna, which 1 did, and I am now
entirely well of tho catarrh.
"l'eruna la a necessity In our home.
With the first symptoms of a cold wo
use It, and are novcr afflicted with ca
tarrh, "I advise all who aro atlllcted with
catarrh to try Peruna. There Is certainly
nothing equal to It as a catarrh medl
Dr. Hartman Interested In rarmlntf.
Notwithstanding Dr. Martman's busy
professional career, ho still continues to
be Interested in farming. Ho is the
owner ani manager of one of tho larg
est farms In tho Stats of Ohio, with
several thousand acres of the best tilled
land In 'the Middlo West, and with
hundreds of the best blooded percheron
horses ever lmporttd or raised la this
Dr. llartman relics upon Peruna en
tirely In cases of sickness la his own
among the farming class,
For special direction, everyone should read "The III. of Life " a copy of v,hlch surrounds each bottle. Peruna Is for sale by the following druggist, and will supply the retail trade
Smith & Co, Hobron Drug Co, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Pe-ru-na, a Household friend.
Mr. Henry Schroeder, Estey, Mich,'
"I suffered fur almost ten years with
catarrh of the stomach and all doctor
ing was of no avail. 1 took nine bottle,
of l'eruna and two of Manalln and aia
now entirely cured.
"I recommend the medicine to all
who are afflicted with this disease. It
Is my household friend."
One of Dr. Ilartman'a Grateful Cer
Mr. W. it. Usllahan, proprietor of Big
Hill Farm, and prominent fruit grower
and stock raiser, Olonvar, Va., writes:
"I write to express ,my kindness
toward you and your good medlolne,
"I had a very bad spoil of sickness
and could not oat anything at all. My
head, stomach, In fact, my whole body
ached, and It looked as though nothing
would do me any good. I had almost
"I decided to try a bottle of your
Peruna and betoro I had taken half th.
bottle my appetite came to me and my
head became all right. In fact, 1 was
all right all over. Pernna cured me."
Whllo Peruna 1. not confined to any
ono class of pcopls, yet It Is probably
true that the' farming class more than
any other, rely upon Peruna for th
prevention and cure of all cllmatie
In Honolulu, Hawaii: ' Benson,
" A Hand Acrost
Th' Sea Has
To Us Again
IS.v V. 1'. Dunne.
(Cnii.vtifjlit, li07, ly II. II. .MiCIllie A; Co.)
KM., Sir," Miiil .Mr. Dnnlo.v, "n liuml :icio-t th' irii Inn licen
vMcmkil In us ujjniii. Wc ni.UTiviMl il midlicr th wir
'J)M m- iiMtl iiliont il 'v iliiln't? Well, 'twas tlii-
w.iy Our fvllovAii;li-Hn.oiiA own an isl.unl -omcwlicri' licyaut Culiia
wiiuc lliey rni-e ruin, inollns-es, (;inper, an' iiiiygurri f'r r Is" espoit
llumle. 'iis fr'm then- we get t la sdiiulj IiIuckh tlnit may lie kooii iinny
'day Mimkiii eipueelK an' ilayiii' cavils while ili;'iii' ill' Pannynia
C'u'iml. It' a vallynlile little ('em I iv th' Aut-llilN, anil if Kiiglaml
had n few mine iv tliini xlieM lie luoke. Well, ill' ntlier tln.V nil earih-
puke eome along an' ihook it u. Il iniM've hecu a rood ileal iv a
" We Rayoeived
It Under Th'
Dooley Of Th'
wow, with an awful smell iv' eooKin' eoiuin' fr'm th' galley an' nawth
in' lo sliej in hill cot". -No. Sir. 'I'hev insisted that liny accept th'
h'j-pitalily iv a iicighhoiinj,' dock, Kir Alf .Inm even p.win' thMios
pitnlity wi far as lo llucateii to tlnow tliini ovcilonnl if they didn't
l.i.'c at want.
"Ye may guess, lliuniviy, what a caerilii-e our cousins weto-mukiii'
to mill an' women that they'd niver nut hefuus nor hoped to inctt
again, hut that weie bound to lliini lie a language common to both,
though spoken tlnough dill"rcnt features iv th' face. F'r th' luxiiryous
dock was open to th' gin'ious sun Ins da an' th' kindly moon lie night,
it li.ul niver been ucd except to utoic iiioIiin-ck, iiiiii, an' coloieil ginth'
inrii an' 'twas swept lie ocian lueces always, lie th' ignohlu broom
h1!uiii. Our fellow-citiycus weie ho much gratified he this almost
overwhelming outburst iv hcaity old KiiglMi hospitality that they
piih-cd i(-oliitions akin' th' United State Uovernuiint to laud siippljes
n King-Inn he inclosin il'iim in ty'e'hV-iiichht'lU an' ehootin' tliini
at lli' (iiiv'nor's palace. ,. .
"'I'll' Admiral piocceded on shoie'iiu' wint to make an oflicynl
call on th' (inv'iior. Th' lecintiou was characteristic iv that old-
lTs. Anglo R.i.sons looked on it another way. 'Twas not to innt I fai-liioiicil good cheer that commerce an' th' greed iv Americans is
I liuimrv that we called on th 1'iisnlint lo i,l.t1'ioui . J h Adnnial was allowed to tand in tii-'oiitsuui otlice
l.r iw long a time us lie wanted, linn a indily, jiiimil luce iippeatcii
ft th dure an' wiyrf: Miiiues, tell him I've gone away ti,iy till i"o
leeu huudhicd an' eight.'
"Mere, llinniv. I'd like to ie.nl ye n .sketch iv this gi-tcat inau
that has done so much lo bind two sister nationti in it pel feet knot im'ij
lo hhow that though blood may be thicker thin water heads me thicker
.-till. Kir Aleck Swratingham was born in Fothringhain t'otut Komi
I in th' year eighteen thitty-four. Ho was a number iv an illusthrces
i.iinly that had not been out iv th' parish t'r lour oiuclines. Any in
life he sliuwed hails that iniitked him f'r a diplomatic caieer. So
w.iii cud gel along with him. At Ak he kicked a maiden lady who
ollcied him mugeibiead: at nine he bit th parson who tuned to make
jolt ) r almost as iiianny people weie kilt ho it n die in this counlliry
aniiy cold day tr'm not havin' good enough shmSagJl was pretty bad,
an' we'll! a good-heat led people at heart, d'yeminMnmMvryliody, even
ll'im uuhiiijiy people that can't be sine iheyJJmtKnglo-KaMins on
account iv their iMiculaue. weie in fax or iv doiu' Mimetliin' f'r th'
ih' iniureil nor feed tl
siiiil ships to Kingston, but 'twas to hind up th' wimnds in wan iv
th' cxtluemitics iv our .Mother Counthry. 'I'll' Anglo-Saxon union
invited coutluihutious tlnough its Chairman, th' Hon. Isaac Guggen
heim. Th' l'iiidiut with tears in his cyi.s oulheied Hob Kvant. lo
siiiil Fomehody el-e to Jamaica to help our cousins an' piovn again that
blood is stickier than water. He did not think 'twas vio to sind Hob
T'.'Mns him-elf i-o soon afther th' e.iithipiake. l!ob Kvmii picked out
.i la-ad be th' mime iv Davis, an' he got together our warships an'
uitlied oil' to Kingston.
"Twas all light. If there was an KnglMimun in thiouhlc in th'
next house Til thry to f'rgcl what his folks done to mine, an' no wan
wild he quicker lo his bedside thin this Anglo Sason. Vhat I'd do
lo him afther he got out iv th' hospital might be dill'icnl. 1 have him i pifseut iv a ilhium. Such traits cud not bu lightly pushed aside.
gr-ie.it feelin' fr human suH'crin', an' I don't know that 1 don't ficlj t w.is clear that he was destined be natiiio to rule over th'-swaithy
mrier f'r an Knglishman in thiouhlc thin t'r nuiiywau el-e. I've got Ithiihes upon whom alonu the sun iv Kuglaud sets an' Bets haul.
lo eep irui laugliin'. Ilcsides, it tlieies wan iii-e I'd like to put a "While Mill a mere youth he was dispatched to tn Island iv Hoo
var'hip to it wild be to make, a gioccr wagon or an ambulance oufjloojoo, in th' lndyan Sea, where he soon iiiudo a name, f'r hiiusilf bo
iv it. I wi-h whin th' l'iiiilint gets tlnough tisiu' th' navy to ieliee fonniu' the native Hajahs into a Church iv Kuglaud Delinso League,
oieign disthuss that on'y feels lelievul whin th' eaual to Ai-iclic Jlii lire was1 rapid. First aipoiutcd in thirty-four, In sixty-tlucc lie
It f,ii I inepaiLil to huil a broadside iv ovcicoath, bonis, coudiiiMMl mill;, 'v its iii'ouioted to lli' Oov'uoishiii iv th' potiylous island iv Unzip, in
an' lluiuitd h.iiidugcs at our neighbotliood. Sincu this cold snap set ill.' Gulf iv Jkif; )oiulation, 1SII0, two whites, live millyon blacks;
in we've been a somewhat sthtickeii community otiisiUes. jsal.iry, two nlillyon pice, (U.ri().) lit rulin' this ditlicult piovincc ho
"Will, away wint Adm'unl Davis an' steamed into Kingston llnr-nmde n gr-teat repytation, which extended as far ns th' borders iv Swat
bor, an' 'as a litst aid to th' injuicd made a scaichlight display an'jA inau iv iion, cold an' hard, he inlhrajooced hansom cabs dhrawn
find th' cistomaiy s,duto iv four hundheul an' eight guns It was be natives histoid iv th' old-fashioned tickshaw, induced th' Jlujali to
uly iii th' avenin , an' th' Gov'uor havin' issued proclamations iclievin' tlnow away his pagan tiiiban nil adopt th' nime seemly Rtnvepipe hat,
disthress outil teatime was eujoyin' a wcll-aiucd Hlumher. lint ho started a inuillu bakeiy, an' took step-3 to abolish plural niairedges.
got nil at wmist an' raytuiued th' eomplimiut in th' ni(t gracious' "Fouiteen yeais later a still moie iiupoitant honor was lavished
(eiins. Jle wiote a note lo th1 Admiral as follows: 'Shut up e'er on hinu, Whin th' Onv'uoiship iv I'laguetown, on th' Kast Coast, was
ihitn guns an' get out ivheic. Ye make my head ache.' .nude vacant th' last name that occuried to th' Colonyal Olllco was
"Th' Admit. il. lii-iii' an Anglo Saxon fr'm Ho-teu, iheie .lawuiiv Akck Sweiitinghaiu, .m1 he was npniutid. Alther surviviu' f'r iltven
J-'itz is -MaAor, was much movtd he this delicate cumpliiiiint, an' havin' years in thin arjoos post lm was ugain inomotud at th' luqiiVHt iv th'
Jits si uuother caluto iv two htimlhtcd an' four guns f'r th' (jov'nor's on'y other while mau in th' colony, an' rayoeived th' important post
merely on liisthructed th hand to play 'Gawd Save th King, he wint iv Guvnor iv Jamaica, an honor which few achieve, an' Htill fewer
ilcsiie, I Ins completes th caiccr iv th gr-teut man, which may soon
he r-iouniled out bo his heiu' fired. Ivrywhero ho wint ho made
funds whein he'd heeu liefuie. In all th' counthries wheio ho ruled
liite, he niver had it
.Vioic. Uu Ins way to th looucd capital he came aciunt a boatload
iv American citizens takin' refuge fi'm a Uiitish ship on th' wobbly
li.it nunc frindly land. Th' feelin' iv th' native-hoiu Anglo-Saxons
on hooid this ship looid their cousins was mi slhioug an' warm t
they wild not permit tliini to shave th' ligors iv life on th' peil
ho left a repytation f'r jnniulity an' iepoe. At
with him whinlie shJwed up lit th' new job.
"It was this mighty statesman that our humble Admiral t lined to
el. Ailiuinil D.ivi's was oveicome be his ravception. Wo don't
expect our dear cousins to gush over us. They m-m inoio self-contained
., . , 1 1 it 1 ..1 ... I .. .' .llt...lld
llilll WC Ill'-rC. JJCIIIUII IllCir IllggCII l-uvsis urui nmui ii nin-.u,.-
heatts, but they find it hard tosav annything pleasant withftut chokin ,
..... .r . . ,1 i i i... m.i..i.. . ...,
an .iimruil uavis was sutpii-en as wen as ciianiiiu u suvi-n n Ki..i-
in;js. He said he had niver met so polite an Kuglislimun. his gratu
liu'd he landol ihroops to dhrive liaygur piisoucrs b-uk into jail, put
up awnings on stores, an' hitch th' horses to th'uhrcet Cars in th'
.iM'iihilated city, lie was amazed to icceive almost instantlyjiin iiiTusiu
disnaleh in th' followin' langttage:Gct out iv heie or I'll heave arf a
luick at ye.' .'1'h' Admiral icplied: 'Gawd bless ye f'r ye'er kind win
rnds. It' is a happiness to me to meet ye'er Jxcillinuy's appioval. It
tl. Ms- that wo nr-ru bound togt-ther be ties iv common brotheihood an'
ill' eoininou language iv Shakespeare an' others. I have th' -honor to
rayport Hint th! licet lindhcr my command has put tip a tout, started
two gtocers in business, an' proticted a safe fr'm bein' lobbed.'
"To which Altck icplied hcaitily: 'I don't know what th' divvlo
ye mane be a common languagi', but if ye're not out iv here by noon
Ve'll hear some language that's coinuumer thin unny iver used bo
Khukespvio, whoiver he may be. Get out, 1 say. Chase yeVii.il f. Heat
il to th' deep sea. If ye don't liurty I'll fund a naygur pousimin in
inn ye in. If aiiuy safe was look ye'stole it ye'emilf and have it lud
now'in wan iv ye'er st-ows. I've a good mind to go aboard an' search
ye. .Mis'rable 'Yankee, fry,' says ho. 'Take th' eastern channel,' he
siv. 'Thcie ate rtK-ks thcte an' some Hhnrks.' he says.
"Admiral Davis cud.not thrust himsilf to a reply in writing, lie
wint at wauet to cull on th' gallant an' courteous riprisiutive iv his
Majesty. What pa-sed between the two envoys iv th' waiTuld's powers
will niver be known. It was too sacied to be repotted. It in enouirh
lo say that whin Adiuiial Davis come fr'm th' mansion th' Gov'nor't.
light eye wus black with gnef an' he carrul a huge aif vallyable nxti
which ho was thryin' to presint'to th' Admiral. Th' Comtituion f'r
bids our officers a'ceeptin' piesints f'r doin' their jooty simply an' well.
That night, havin' completed their eriand iv ineicy, th' fleet sailed
uvay, an' so stluong was th' feelin', aboord th' ships in th' harbor that
not a sound issued fr'm tliini. Admiral Davis was highly jileased
v.'illi th' epysode. Those who hecrd.his eoiuiiiuiitu say he issplendidly
qualified to" Jill Bob Kvans's place ill th' heaits iv th' American Xavy.
"An' thcie yo ar-ie, Ilinnissy; another link forged in th' chain
that hooks us up to our .Motheiland. It is such occuneiices thut makes
us know that though a stuiily Hiilon may bo slow in BiK-ech, he still
ehiiishes th' pi-oprr feelin' to'rd this eoiintry. Hulther th' bluff kick
iu th' eye thin' th' soft answer that turncth nway our wrath an' th'
kick in 'th' eye aftherwiird. Aleck has clcaicd up a good many doubts
in my mind iv where we stand. If we'io cousins at all, Jake Schiff
an' Tiisidint lladley an' I belong to an infeeryor branch v th' fam'ly
an' ought to be tieated as such. Ilesidcs kiiowin' bow iclations aci
to'rd each other, if I've got to be anny kind iv iclation let it be as
di -taut as. possible. I'm sorry they'io goin' to file Aleck. He's a
good mau who's done something fr th' wurruld. I'm sorry f'r thiiu
if they fito him, rr they'll have to take him home. It they wantvto
punijdi him they ought to make him perpetchool Gov'nor iv .ramaicf."
"What did they want to siud th' navy f'r, aniiyho'w" akcd Mr.
Maybe ,VeVe rigbt," said Mr. Dooley. "I thing mi-uilf this navy
iv cms is gettlji' injo th' habit iv riinuin' to fires. It's all right lo
lescue people fr'm a hiirnin' huildin', hut 1 think I'd wait till I wa4
asl-ed. Maybo th' man wild rather bo burned to death thin have a
eoiiiin u'scuu hiin'ttti' have il th' talk iv th' family t'r tin yeais,".
ifr.MZtttWikffii MimiLtoJfWajti-Mtt&tf fofm MSmJjU mlimi iii