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PEOPLE WHO REALLY KNOW WHAT PE-RU-NA IS.
Mr. George V. Amory, KIT West 10th St., Now York
City, Now York, U.S. A., writes:
"Somehow I have always had a prejudice against adver
tised medicine, 'nit I want to make, ono decided exception
lu favor of l'eruna. '
I caught ii cold last winter and It settled In throat I
and head, developing a most persistent catarrh, which I
seemed to defy all medicines until 1 tried Pernna. Jleiore
1 had usod two bottles I considered myself cured."
Mrs. UnimaF.Mumtord.No, BjaaflhaMaaw
flftr. 7iiitiUWintm lOlscn's Court, Salt Lake Oily, Sn1
1 yMPiS fV Utah, U.S. A., writes. MHaiB
J UU VMPalm. UtfVVS "Four months ago I became HV
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ZylUiJlMSKr -liiiiiK '!JI'il rush totny bead, causing dlitl- IrliHflnV.!,
w k (JtaaHM JaBBLaLam''iifX "As soon as Feruna waa re- akam.v t'TVIHl
lifllllBWBm H ''?A'A commended to mo I decided to )Mk jaflatihaaaL-Y1 flMt iHPTIk
f&VaHkt 4attst' MMllllltiiiHr;!' 1 to say that It cured mo after , iWEW Bh2y '' .pH HWHV, V'HL1
W!l!tWZm& .Sim iHLHULHrMM I had used ltonlv two months. ' lAWr lSfcr ViiMCT sIBk: 'B
ffViSsSkm? PS5r JWnSBFMs?lra ' "1 think you have a splendid "? v '.,!",lv;f lMPil,-. ? t'-'-JaH
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Will llllfih ' Jtk:WM$M$mll Assoonasthepcoplebecomo WV . "tfS IKggjt ;, ,.H
viV 'WMiMBi'SMmiyM acquainted with the virtues of- fPs V.v V nii$f iiB K vR.
( I II llhttl mMKF00!Hff' Feruna, thoy find catarrh not fTaEJ , MRS aH - 'RlL Kll
to, V Ifllk tmmHW to be so formidable a disease. VE?V" '0JW aLHL3 'f W1
ALICE J. xlllf J II ilk MJMmmU' SMtihm2&ms Jb- i ;,$ JK- mumped ealllemKV,'?'
PTI Wlifm' mnm Those Who SlanderMHL
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1R- liSSIl Wf' BmnmMiM the peopTTwho use it are the
W1CKLlfFENlS' W4 Hlkkkmi; W ONLY RELIABLE WITNESSES.
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Thse Testimonials Were Given Out of Pure Gratitude
For The Benefit Received rrom pe-runa
Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes.
Mr. Wickllrfe 11. Smith, edItor( of Tho
I'otlatch Herald, torinerty principal of
the schools at Cameron, Idaho, V,H. A.,
Gained Thirty Pounds.
Mrs. Alice J. llonliier, 1811 Maplo Ave.,
IlarrUburg, l'etiuy!vania, II. H. A.,
I luvo fauna a euro In reruns. I
"For some time I mfTi'red with ca-' cannot reconimoiulPeruna eiMuith, nnd
Urrli of the tlirout and Inojichlul tubc.
"1 tried tiiiili v leimiUen, tint con Ul find
nothing llmt wuM Sia ma n-llcf. I'l
nslly I tried 1'eruiu. TnriflmltlFMi'iircii
nie, found nud well. 1 v. evo It w'll do
a much for others a it did lur ins."
I also thank ou for yoiirUnd attention
to me. 1 mil as ell n coiilil bo vvtr
uliicc I bewail taking lVruns, and will
rwuimiit'iid It toollieri. luuly wi-lghed
M ihiiiihU Kforu taking l'eruua; now 1
Throat nnd Head.
Mrs. 1. 1). llayc, 1!MT Druid Hill, Hal
ttmorc, Maryland, lT, H, A., w rites:
"l'eruna Is ono of tho best remedies
for grippe, cold lu tho head, soro throat,
nervous headaches, nnd coughs that has
ever been discovered. After tho uo of
one bottle In my f.imll) I don't feel fa to
without Peruna In my house."
In a later letter Mrs. Hayes says; "I
am never without a bottle of Peruna In
tho house. 1 find It good for mostevery
complaint. I glo the children Peruna
If they !ao a cold end It always re
lieves them. I don't think 1 could find
a 'letter remedy to glc my children."
It Is so easy o criticize things about
which the critic knows nothing.
Take, for Instance, Peruna. There are
plenty of people who nro willing to say
Peruna Is this and that, who never have
tasted Peruna, and havo never known
anything' about its effects upon the
There are pcoplo who say, and proba
bly believe, t that Peruna is. used as a
beverage by soino pcoplo. It would bo
tho easiest dilng In tho world to show
tho falsity of such a belief. ,
Let any ono who reads this go to tho
drug sioro and purchase "a bottle of
Peruna. If after attempting to use It
as a beverago or to take It in doses
sufficient to produce anything ltko In
toxication, If after putting It to this
tent such a person Is still of tho opinion
that Peruna is a disguised alcoholic
drluk. he will be warranted In making
such a statement. Practically, Peruna
cannot be ao usod. Any ono who knows
anything about Peruna by personal uso
knows that Feruna Is a medicine. The
very label on tho bottle, giving the prin
cipal active Ingredients, furnishes In
disputable proof that Peruna is a medl
cal compound. Wo will bo' willing to
guarantee that no normal percon can or
will use Peruna as a beverage. It
any ono thinks this remedy can
The following wholesale drug&ist will supply the retail trade: benson, smith &
bo so used one trial will bo sufficient to
disabuse his mind.
Peruna Is a great and useful family
medicine. It Is used In multitudes of
homes. It has become a standard rem
edy for various petty aliments In the
homo. It Is especially useful for climatic
diseases. It Is an ezcollent remedy for
colds. It Is a well;trled remedy for ca
tarrh In all forms.
We have a multitude of testimonials
recommending It for colds, for bron
chitis, for various affections of the
rosplratory and alimentary organs.
This Is well known to all who know
Peruna by actual experience,
"Cure All Catarrhal Dlscasaa.,
Mr. I. V. Klghtllnger, Cambridge,
Nebraska, V. 8. A., writes: '.'I don't
have any more trouble In my throat, and.
have not had a headache for tour weeks.'
"Peruna Is the yery medicine for ca
tarrh. There Is no medicine llkoitln
the United States, tor, I have tried 'a
good many before, using Peruna, t , ,
"I will keep It in my house to guard
against catarrh, as It cures all catarrhal
diseases." r "
OTIS GETS GLOBE
Fire-Eating Editor Has
Foothold In Bay
Word has been received here of Ilia
purchase of the San Francisco Even
Ing (Hobo by General Harrison Gtay
Otis of Los Angeles, fjeneru! Otis'
name does not appear In connection
with the transaction, but it Is com
mon knowledge among San Kranclscu
newspapermen that he Is "the power
behind the throne."
The new managing editor of tho
(llobe Is B. Kred. Mobile, for yearn
City I till t reporter on tho Los Angeleu
Times. Hogue was noted as the most
siicccsHfiil man at securing legisla
tion that ever "covered" the City
Hall "run" and It was openly chaig
ed that he held' the City Council ot
ol.R Angeles under bis thumb.
There are two points which como
pretty near being articles of religion
with General Otis one Is his Insist
nice on the "open shop" nnd the oth
er is his opposition to municipal
ownership of public utilities.
Last car'Hogue was scut uliroim
to make u study of municipal owner
ship In Kurope. During the six
months that he was away Huguo
wrote u series of articles for tho
Times that created more than a mild
There Is probably no man who
knows the policies and convictions
of the flre-e'atlng proprietor of tho
Los Angeles Times better than Hoguo
and the policy of the Globe under his
direction may be accepted as a foro
gone conclusion. Hogue Is the youn
gest managing editor connected with
any great newspaper In the West, be
ing only a little more than 30 yenrs
The Globe was founded shortly af
ter the fire by the Calkins Syndicate.
It never achieved any great success,
but In the hands of an experienced
newspaperman, and with the finan
cial backing' ot the multl-mllllonalro
proprietor pf the Times, San Fran
cisco people, are wondeVIng what It
will do now. ,. "
MEDRY4I HAI MAI
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LESS UNDER FERN
Makes Remark Disclosing
One of Plans For,
Whin Mayor-elect Joseph J. Fern
peaks, It behooves all persons Inter
ested in tho welfare of Honolulu to lib
ten. Ho It was Inst night when tho
Mayor-to-bo stated to tho Iluard of
SiipenlnorB that tho new body of City
rathcr:i would not do much wooden
block puUng on tho public streets. Ev-
co ono looked knowingly at Mr. Fern Fern wnntcd tho band to play, at the
ho let iooko this poilcy-lcllln;; Nulling of thu Inter-Island steamem
bcr 10, that the county had cut a ditch
tlnough their properties without due
legal d for their rights, uud they .there
fore asked for the sum of $100. The
matter was referred to the Connty At
torney. A special appropriation of'JIGO'O" was
allowed tho Itoad Committee for tho
purpose of completing tho curbing on
upper Fort street, and also doing some
woik on Sheridan and Punchbowl
sticets. Tho money was allowed on
tho condition that the work bo flnlGhud
before tho new-Uoaid took offlco,
Tho Hawaiian band Beams to be
growing popular, for there were four
extra requests , that Doi'ger'H blowers
be allowed to play, camo In to tho
Hoard last night. Mr, Aiclicr stated
that tho people, of Maklkl wanted the
band at the corner of Wilder Avenue
nnd Puiiahou street. Tho Uoard grant
ed the request that tho band play
there onco or twice a' month." Mr.
htutenieut, and n hearty laugh greeted
Chaliman Hustaco'biought tho mai
ler up when he stated to tho Uoard
that a contractor In tho city had of
fered to buy the patent concrelo-mlxer
uul vngiiio which were iibeil In tho'
oftener, and a request for tho hand at
a luau to ho given by President Rob
inson of the Hoard of Health to tho
Kallhl Hoys Homo was granted. Mr.
Harvey also wanted tho band for his
lonstllucnts but tho matter went over.
Tho next meeting of tho Hoard will
woik done on Queen street. Some of bo held tho day before Christmas so
tho members were willing to part with thu road workers can get their money,
lliu machinery (in condition that the' Appropriations for tho first half of
right kind of n pi Ice bo secured, but December wore passed as, follows: Ka-
tho m.tjorlty thought It would he. fool- plolanl Park, J18-I.G0; fire department,
ith to ge lid of theyoxpcnslvu machlno 11778.05; electric light department,
when thoy had had It ho shoit a time. $373.28; police and fire alarm systoin,
, Then Joe Fern made the romark that $62.50; flro boxes, $32.50; pollco do-
llio iww Uoa,rd of supervisors would partment, 3jy2.E0: keepcis of parks,
rot spend so much money on ro.tds 4100; County Englnqer, $212.50; Conn
when ho had his suy, ty Attorney, $410; County Cleik, $170;
Fi oil Harrison, the contractor, asked toad depaitment, $000; garbage de
the Hoard for a permit for blasting In pJitment, $132.50; Hawaiian junnd,
tho bisoment of a now building tolio" $075; County Attorney $15. Total,
fleeted on King street adjoining tho I8M8.30.
O'Neill building. After Borne discus-1 iJllls for November wero ordered
slou it was decided to grant tho per- 'I'"1'! as follows; Watmanalo road ills
mlt on condition tlint HanlsOn put up'trlct, $31.05 and $15; County Engineer,
a bond of $10,000 $81.92; Walanao toad district, $59.55;
Sheriff laukea's pollco report for tho election expense, $10.25; County Clerk,
month ended Tlpvumber 30 showed tho ?77.30; garbage department, $273.94;
total number of arrests in nl districts
tp be 20Q as against 322 for tho corres-
toad dopaitmcnt, $3994.28 (tuxes);
load department (genoral) $797.07:
ponding month of 1907, Tho totnl clectilc light depaitment, $720.59;
iiumhpr.of convictions was 209 as com- for water wheel, $31913; pollco and
I inert with 226 In 1907. ,1110 nlaini sjstem, $90.13; flro boxes,
County Engineer. Oere, In a com- $1370.09; fliu department, $599.73; po-
inunlcutlon dated December 8, stated Hco depaitment. $999.71! Walalua road
i mat ho imderstod tho owners and dlstilct, $444.85; Iteopers of parkB,
tenants or the property on thd west HuO.
, Blito of the Wnlpahu cutvoit wero will. TREASURER'S REPORT FOR NOV-
ing to accept 00 cash In settloniciit of EMBER,
all itainnge3 sustained to buildings by' Receipts.
tho raising of thu grade of tho ro.ul CiibIi On hand November 2,
tlieio. Tlueo of tho piopcrty owners, I 1008 $18,154.71
jiuwtnor, wioto miuer duto of Decern- nom uiectlon Expenses ... 025.00
From Excavator Department 119.00
From Garbage Department.. C81.45
From Police KcalUatlons .. 14.00
From Koad Department . ...v 307.50
From Territory of Hawaii . . 72,000.00
Total receipts ...' $91,901.60
Attorney's Office $ 1,287.43
Auditor's Offlco 310.95
Cletk'i Offlpo ...u 475.25
Ewa liond Dlstrtct 2,520.34
Electric Light Department.. 1,873.10
Kngrnetr's Department ... 520.29
Fire Department .'. 4,205.55
Garbage , Department
Kaplolanl Park .............
Keepers of Parks .......,,
Koolaulo'a Itoad District,...
Koolaupoko itoad District .,
Pollco Dopartmqilt ..........
Police and Flro Alarm "system
Bherlff and Deputies ........ 815.00 1
Treasurer's Offlco 325.00.
IN MEMORY OF :
Honolulu will honor one ot her
noblest and most heroic children to
morrow' evening at Central Union
Church. All the English-speaking
people ot the city are Invited to bo
present and participate. Uesides lha
solo by Mis. Mnckal! and the choir
singing under the direction of Mr.
Stanley Livingston, there will be four
short addrebses dealing with the va
rious features of Dr. Dlngham's char
acter and work. These will be given
by Hon. P. C. Jones, Ilevs. O. II. au
ltclc, W. 11. Oleson, and D, Scudder.
: . f
Wulanae Road District ....
Wulaltm Itoad Distrct
County Offlco Hent
Kalulanl Tract ....
l.eahl Home , '.....
Outstanding Warrants; 1907
The Sunday band concert will bo' at
Makee Island In the afternoon at 3,
Following Is the program: ,
Ovcrturo-rDame Velentlne . ...Suppo
lntermezio Tlio Otillt of the Rose.
, . . . , Hcrgero
Pilgrim Chorus and Evening Star . . .
Selection The Lombardlans .. Verdi
.Vocal Hawaiian songs... ar. by Bcrger
760.00 . Selection A Morning Parade.., Humo
2,099.74 Fantn3la In Switzerland Ord
42.00 ,'Flnale-Carmen ". Hlzet
The Star Spangled "Banner.
Sir Henry Hamilton, the-African
explorer, who has been giving Prest-
2.00, dent Roosevelt some pointers on trav
30.00 elina: and hunting big game In the
Supervisors, salary of 337.56 1 "Dark Continent,'' said the other day
Witness Fees .......' 23.50 j that he firmly believed that the Pres-
.Ident would add the title, ot "explor-
Total disbursements ... $51,354.20 or" to his name 1 before he emerged
Balanco cash on, hand Nov- from the Jungle in 1910,
ember 30, 1908,
4 COUNTY OF OAHU.
TreaaurerBs Report for the iMonth of Novemlwr, 1900
, Road Tax Special peposus.
Districts. - Cash on Hand'
Nov. 1. 1908. '
Honolulu '. . .$ 6.80L00
Ewa and Walanao 3,262.99
Wafalua , . "".. 2,307.81
Koolauloa .. .',','. 1,318.48 '
Koolaupoko . . .. , 681.33
Outstanding WarronU... 1.40
Nov, 30," '08.
$771.00 $2,123.90 $12,980.05
Balances on hand November 30, 1908:
District of Honolulu . . $ 6,187.00
District of Ewa and Walanae 3,462.99
District of, Walalua ..it
District of Kolauloa ....
District of Koolaupoko , .
Outstanding Warrants ,
Mrs. Oliver flllbert of Dorset, Vt.,
a real daughter ot .the Revolution,
has just celebrated her, '94th birth
day. The venerable woman occupies
849.02 herself n reading the events ot tho
065.33, day und In knitting Btrlps for uf-
l.to.guaus. Mrs. Gilbert's father was
sergeant In tho Continental army In
the War of 'the Revolution
Bulletin Businesi Office Fhone2S6.
Bulletin Editorial Loom Phone 185.
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