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Dr. X. La Mottc Sage, a Noted Scientist, Donates $J 0,000 to Be
Used for the Publication and Free Distribution of a Valuable
Worl: on Personal Magnetism and Hypnotic Influence.
Wants' o Dcmonstrntc lite Practical Valiis and Power of This
New Science in Business, in Society, in the Home, in
Politics, in Love, in Diseases and as a Factor in
Influencing and Swaying the Minds of People.
Prominent Cosiness and Professional Men, Ministers of the Gospel
and Otiicrs Hsattily Indorse the Movement A Noted College
Undertakes the "Work of Frei Dutribvtion.
Any One May G-'t a Cook Absolutely Free So Long as the
"Edition Lasts an:l Mcslcr the HiJu'en Mysteries of This
AlarvcioiJ3 Power at KIs Own Heme Many
JeaicasJy Utinrded Socrcts Aladj Public.
Crrnr.rlo In glvlr"! away his fortuno
for lluiarlc.8. Dr. X. La Motto Uagj
purposes to put tl'.o moat useful bouit
In nil libraries, frco of charge, right
Into tho homes of tho icople. For tnU
purposo ho his jiul donated SlO.Uuu,
nnJ a big publishing houw Is busy day
nn.l night turning out tno books tor
fi-oc distribution. The hook Dr. Sago
wished to dlstrlbuto freo of chargo Is
j..tltlo.l "Tho Philosophy cf rcreonat
Influence." It 13 heartily Inilorsod by
thu nbl53t buelnscs men, ministers,
doctors and lawyers of two continents.
It la beautifully Illustrated with tho
finest half-tona engravings, and ovcry
I'SBo Is brimful ot Intensely Interesting
lind practical Information. It Is a book
which chould bo In every home. It Is
ly fnr tlio most remarkablo work of
Iho 1:1ml that has ever beon written,
tinil It lm truly created a sensation In
tho took world.
It explains numerous Instances In
which peoplo lmo been ecrrotly and
Instantaneously controlled by hypnotic
Influence. It tells you how to learn to
protect joursolf from the uco of hyp
notic power over you. It tells you how
to learn to develop and uco your mag
netic power fo as to wield a wonderful
lulluencu over thoso with whom you
tomo In contact.
.'ten like VnndcrblH, Morgan, Itocko
frtller aud other inllllonnlrcs liavo stud
led the very methods explained In this
loo and hr.vo used them in their busi
ness to pits up millions. This book
lays baro secrets In the lives of rich
men of which you have never dreameJ.
It reveals all tho hidden mysteries of
personal magnetism, hypnotism, mag
netic healing, etc., and discloses tho
teal source of power and lnllucnco In
every wall: wi life. It contains bccrol
Information of Ineitlmablo valuo to
c-vcry person who wants to succeed in
life. Many of tho most prominent pub
lic men In this country havo obtained
this book and read every line, nnd they
are dally using Its teachings to their
own profit and gain.
It explains to you tho rowor hy
which you may euro yourself and oth
tri of nil diseases nnd bad habits with
out the aid of drugs or medicines. It
tells ct a secret, instantaneous mrtho 1
hy which you may produca a stato ct
Insensibility to pain In any pvt ot the
body, co tint tho teeth rnny bo in
fracted nnd surglenl cnsrat'or.s per
formed without t':a uia of cocrJno,
ether or anaesthetics ot any hlt.d.
It tells you ho'v to lonrn tj Ir.duco
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Thcro aro -a numbar of BCiiornl tonics forgotten. To tlio rliht In l'onrl Hnr-
tint I think will bo of Interest to 5 on hor, vvhlth. Is being convcitod Into oao
th.it havo not nlready been written of Unclo Sam's Impregnntilo nival '"
u;, so my letter t(i you this v;ook will bases. Surrounding tho waters of th.', "
inaKiiinccni nncnorngo aru imiua an 1 1
ho (hlody about the caiitiica of Hono
lulu street nolpm, Batuons etc., nnd
a brief Coccrlptlon of a tilp to Tanta
lum. As icgards tho foni'er there nro
nioro man;y, half-fed dli.roputablo
lookl.it; curs to bo found In Honolulu
than In any other city or Us slzu
I have over seen. Hover In tho
course of nil my travels tire I seen metropcllj ct Hawaii, nestling nt tho
ro innnj pariah dogj a? are to us seen fool oM'urchbowl, an old-time volcano,
nn.l hc.u.l In this metropolis of Ha- aud ono ot tho landmarks of Oahu.
vtll. (Profusely screened with magnificent
Stambout, tlio great hazanr quarter shlWo trees, with hero and there tho
of Constantinople, Is noted for Its . blue limpid waters of n lagoon fringed
smells end pariahs. Honolulu runs It wlt.!i cocoanut palms, nnd tho broad ex
i eloso I'ccond. In tiu downtown die- panzo of tho Pacific dashing upon tho
li'cts, espcci.i'ly In the nclghbarhoad coral strand, makes a pictures that It
of Prrelanla and Kort streets, nlcht would ho almost Imnosslblo to uroduCe
xtrnetn irom n low j, j,i,,,i0 fcl.'cous by tho lurking nnj on canvas.
; .f!"liI'orai0 .' hi.vn;of tlifl annw boasts. Whether To the 1
miles ot waving sugar cano. Factories
nro tcon rearing their mnoko stacks
high abo;o tho clumps of coconnut
palms, while In tho far distance may
bo seen sisal, p'.ncnpplo aud cotton
Word3 r.re Inadsqtiate to describe
tho heauty and pliturosqncncss of this
Yosemlto Is a Park reser
vation that was set nslito hy
the natlonnl government al
most fifty earg ago, tho act
tnnklng lr n reservation, beln,-:
iuttHiuttl Into ci.cj hy
the f.ither ot L. S. Connezs, a
resident ot Honolulu.
The attraction InYosemito
Is the wonderful natural scon
cry, naturo seemingly havo
chosen It' for the location of
nil tho features that attract
world travelers to other poit
Ions of "tlio universe. It Is tho
ono national park acccsslhlo
spring and summer, winter
and nutumti. '
left Ib Diamond Head, an-
riro to wla tl'.o lovo or frlenJihl.T nt
lOina ono jnu know, or It ou long icr
lumo vr renowu, jou should writo for
a copy ot Hun remarkable book nt once.
tno nilowlng extrnetn from
cf t!l htleitl ltrflved from r.
i ,iu ui-uiMi: iii I iiav.i iruti lii.j lidu.i - . ...... t. ... .... ... .
t-ivo un Idea of Its unusual charact.tr i lli' " ' ""M "" '", ,WC-WM Ult? pr oxtinct vo.eano wnicn soma uay
end ctcat value: jmniiot havo tho mmm Ib not apparent, vvlll be ono of tho aihrnltars of tho
Mrs Miry Mllner 31' D 'Uiuet ' 1)l" '' '" tn,'n to s,t5' "nt fcomothlng Pacific. No picture of Honolulu seems
v.jii ravu in ue uuni ui i mu very juuk vuiiipieio uiiiuss li lueiuues litis iruu-
n i it the c'fy or IhfiKO c ira, as they less promonlory, which Tor centuries
nro net cn'y uatlgh' 'y "nr uaheilthy. has been Blghtod by countless millions
In m.my Callfurnlt towns, ns you of "seafaring men.
well hnov, stray doga arc put In tho Near at hand Is Pacific. Heights,
poiml and If not claimed within a cer- wheto many of tho sugar barons and
lain period rro pnlnlnwly killed. Tho other moneyed residents of Oahu havo
Society feu tho Prvc!i.:on of Cruelty their country homes. Although tho
to A'llnnls ought to dn somsthlns ns hills nro rugged and clothed with tho
tigards n'lcvlallng tho lot zt theso gi cones t ot tropical vegetation, yet
loor ttia 'doss. Many of them nro there Ib a lack ot bird llfo and flowers,
to covered with Verm'ii unwashed, III- which makc3 tho mountains of South
fed ric. tint it Is parftlvely naueeat-1 em California so pleasing. No splash
Ins to see them. ' lng waterfalls break tho silence of
ruebli). Colo.. In .1 ucent letter, stvs
( was so sick and worried I could not
eat or f-!cep. I ueo.1 tho methods on
mvDtlf with wondeiful success. To
duy I a:n perfectly well. I would not
part with tho Information you gave mo
for a&y .nency."
Mr. T. I.. Mndenstruth, 30 East
South Street, V.'llkcnbarro, Pa, sava:
"Your work on personal magnetism U
n fortunn to any ono starting In llfo.
It Is alse'lulcly smo to hrlag success."
A. J. MtGinnls, CO Ohio Street, Alio
rhony. Pa., snyo- "When I vvrcto tcr
ytur book I wa3 laboring by tho day.
-mow- i am managing n business. This
u rmiMnii- V'ulVr, ', "V ," . ''','., As regards sticet nolies fn- i small these mountain fastnesses, all Is, still
t-ity iu u.ii rjiia iiuiiwiiiii eiiuiiiii i:ui uu ituvu iui ii,u tuiiHiiiiit, ui uiu niuu
ta'ii'y hi awarded n pi:ze. ll-o city through tho follago nbsoluto qulot pro
"eeuis to h'j dlvldtxl Into two factions, vnlls.
tlio.c A'lio sleep during the chy nnd, If news of tho outsldo world was
tho'e who nover deep at nil. Tho not so meager It would he difficult to
I.Mno an- rt In 1... ' llin i,itirl. trn.Mnn flint ntin H-na tfinnunnila nf
vmhawondn'fui1'r?suts1hP mlIcs nway from lll raaIn,anrt' I-Vom
and i'0 inuTiiins yn tiiv nap-'n in uu iiiui iup ui luiuuuin uuin binva uj uiu
I'.vikh jo'i vm inv3!iiuiv nir roino isiuuu wuy u Been, il is iiieji iiim.
ilaniVeii pearlo Eiioutlns an.t sliulng a feeling of loneliness Is apt to steal
et Iho top or their vuieos in tnmo part over ono. Tho Island looks so'smatl
nf tho city. Carringo an; nuto aro and excopt on mall days hardly a Ball
herd nil Hirouh the night? In' fact r tho smoko of a passing s'teamcr Is
ono cnmpiny hero has a night itntid seen. Hovvovcr, ono cannot havo ov-
vvlnip oai-ilnges r.uy , bo hired till erythlng In this world, and although
3 n. m, I Honolmu Is so far away from Call-
in tho early innrnlii3 Ire waso:rnT'o,'nla-0t-It Ib a. mighty protty llttlo
nnmo a.-oiiuil and In-tsnJ of having tho city nn,!!, proves a havyn of rest to
Icn nlready nit up Into t;io rciulfito tnousanas or weaiy souia who como
rltra, tie men In chngi uso svws. so hero from tho snow-bound cltie3 of tho
lint It Is hut like be!n; tn a fur.iuor Easteni States.
camp as fir ni nnlro Is roncomed.
Lo orforcd of Its great valuo. I ndvlso
e-"Jry man who wishes to succeed In
llfo to get a copy at onco." s
G S. Lincoln, M. I., lot Crutchfleld
Street. Dallas, Texas, writes; "Your
xnclhod3 of rereonal lnllucnco aro mar
turo dlscs34 when
cvsrythlar; clsj fall."
S. It. Kin?, M I).. Glllam. Ind..
vrltcs; "You have tiuly nont mo th'j
most rcraarkablo huok I Imva evsr
retd. Dy tho methods explained In
your work, headache, backache, rheu
matism and ether diseases of Ion-;
btundlng Ulsappcir llko magic. Yew
Instruction In personal magnetism If"
Rlmplv grand. It gives ono n poncr
r.i.d on lnfluenco over ethers which I
dU not dream It was pocslb'a for tho
nvongo raan to nqulre. Your book Is
worth moro than gold to any ono stjrt-In-;
In life. It3 valuo cannot bo esti
mated. My only regret 13 that It wa 1
ret In my hands when I was a young
The Ncv Yoifc Inttltuto of Sclenco
hn3 undertaken tho freo distribution
of tho bock referred to. 111-j roller
trcrrs rro ruuniu.-r diy nnd night '.0
riinly Ilia demand unlll the J10.O0O
vorth ot hooks arc distributed frco.
f)u aecruat of tho great expensa In
firroJ It rre-nrlng and printing this
1 nine, oniy tuoso are requested to wrlto.
I SUNDAY SERVICES I
Central Union Church IJIblo school
nt 9:50; Mr. Ed. Tovvto, superintend
ent. Men's League Dlblc Class at 10,
under tho direction ot tho assistant
minister; "A BtiUy ot OetliBcmanc,"
Mnrk 14:32-42. Matt. 28:30-40, Luko
22:39-40. Morning worship at 11; ser
mon by tho minister, "Mind Renownl,"
Ilomans 12:2. Christian Endeavor, at
I.cahl Homo at 3 p. m.; all who can
aro requested to tncet nt Pawaa Junc
tion ut 2:20. Christian Endeavor
meeting at 0:30; "Intcmperanco and
Other Sins of tho nody;" Mr. Geo. W.
Paty vvlll lead. Evening servlco at 7;
continuing tho scries on "Young Amor
lea's Religious Questions Is tho
Church n Waning Forco?" All seats
1110 fics at Central Union and a cor
dial wclcomo Is extended to nny ono
In tho city to attend tho above ser
sleep In ynrzclf or r.the s at any tinnlfT frco ccplc3 viho irro esr.cclnlly In-
may de- T,ift"d anil really and tiuly dcslro to
M tno asy or nlgnt lJt yon may
lire, it tells you or a tutitlo power b?
which you can devclep your mental
fa allies, Improve yo'ir miinory, cradl
catn flUJsreeablo temters nud hahlts
In chiliiran, strengthen your will power
nnd rlso to a position of promlnenco i-i
yrur community. It vvlll truly tnaku
yen n lender of men.
If you havo not achieved tho euccost
to which your abilities nnd talents
justly entitle you. If you would llko to
fcccuro a rood paying position, obtain
an increase In salary, It you caro to
rlso higher In jour accepted business
0 calling, if you deslro to wield a
greater laflcenco over others. If you
nrMevo gi eater mccoss, obtain mo'o
lnppiness or In some way bettor their
enndlMoa In llfo. Pleaco do not wrltT
1'iroiigli mcro curiosity, ns tho freo cd-
I'n Is limited. If you want .1 hoo'c
vrito to-day, ns tho coplrs aro going
very fait. Novcr heforo In tho history
rf tho publishing business has thcr-j
been such a grent demand for any
hook as to-day exists for "Tho Philoso
phy of Personal lnfluenco."
nemoaiber nt tho nroscnt tlmo It
will ba sent to your nrtdress absolutely
freo. postago prepaid. Address Now
York Institute! of 3cIenco. Department
201 M Rochester, N. Y , U. B. A.
Soiled Clothes Made White
Pisi Is II ns
Is in the tub.
grocer for it.
If he cannot
Long be'oro dayb.-oak men mil boys FOLLOW .THEOE F1ULE3 AND
gelng to wc;-!t rre he-ird singing nnU AVOID LOS3 OF MAIL
vvh. tllng n hull nf thsy ui'i Whotherl
lUey u-o ifr.lld of spooks nt that early i Etlnuotta and revson comblno to
hrur of tho day 'or whether It Is out ialB very, pocltlvo rules as to r-d-of
pre cnssciluoss, or vvhetber It Is Crossing .envelopes that contain let-
i h. rn.y l me liny loaly can hear "' """ i. " ""l.'u1- '"
ti.n-,-,ni--,. rt...,ir ii I.. i.i ir. .,.. i cclt report cf tho pottoHlco depart
thinaol.es r..-.k t i haH to say."mcnt m'0lo than 13i,oo.000 pieces of
but limy nlo no wily ihw-titlees, bnt,,..-!! ,.,,, wnnt ntr.nV i.,Bi vn.ir.
n da-niil nMls.iltro. Imost of which, if not all. was duo to
If It l tnjrn Irttn consideration that careless addressing,
'hero arc thiMands of cats and roost-1 First nnd foror.io;t. Ink should nl
ors !n Honolulu, each trying tholr lovol ways ho used In writing. It nut only
beet to nut do tho othor as.icgards l'" hettor than pencil, but Is moro
noise making, yon have snmo concep- lasting, bcrauso tho latter mny ruj
lion of a tileal Honolulu night. This, Ji'?1, aSa'blo m
however applies only to tho' city prop-, Ncxt ,8 ,IIUMrlBnco )s lho jjrc3s.
er what Uio suburbs nro llko I cannot 'nnd Jt raU9t uc Ceariy written,
at present tell you. but the mangy Under no clrcumstan2i irnwt
dogs, cats, roosters, novorslecp-pooplo, , "freak" addresses bo used. Tho nmo
oto., scent to cougrcgate liet-voen tho comes first, and It should bo written.
M',!ls l43lltuto and tho Royal School l full, or at lea3t with Initials, lu
on Emma street caso tho street nnmbor may bo wroiij.
Tho snloona of this city arq legion. 'Street "and numbor follow, tho nmn
It vvculd tcqu.ro days to go round and <Vj thlnT "in
count them. A qnleier way would bo streot nam, berore ,hn :m,n,H,r ix
to visit tho llcenro bureau, but then Crnn.-.ny Is no irn?m lor rell"vlnt
yon would not havo an lcea what somo the custom here. This Is n different
of tho streotB of Honolulu looked llko country with dlfforo.it regulations,
Within a radius of four blocks from n nil they houli bo observed. On
given center I havo municd eight tho Una below Is lho city, nnd tho
saloons, each doing n rn.irlnj trtde. 'to f"ih'r 11"''- 'J la nt enough to
Another vory r.ltlceablo thurtcom'.ng .'. "'?.. "wo w ma iuhh, iuiiiiuh;
Methodist Church Tho First Meth
odist Episcopal Church, corner Here
tnnln avenuo and Miller street. John
T. Jones, pastor. Sunday school nt
9:45 u. m.? It. II. Trent, superintend
ent. Morning worship nt 11 n. in.;
Mormon by tho pastor; Biibject, "The
Tnlth of Our Fathers." Epworth Lea
gue nt 0:30 p. m. Evening worship
nt 7 p. m.; lorov" by tho pastor; sub
ject, "An Ab'ul'ng Ouestlon." Prayer
meotlng, Wei'iii' i.'.;v ovrnlng; subject.
"Tho Christian 5s .Laborer;" Mr. L
J. Ranks, loader Jtpos'.al music vvlll
bo re"i1o"f ' it p. ' v services un
der tho direction of Mr. Leo; Miss
Agnes V Ick-tirtiu iiginlsr. A most
cordial InvIiMJr.n It "xtnnde,1. to ill to
nttond 'lw rorvlcrr of this ehureh.
of Ilonolu'u Is that ultiionqli ;hn has
'that ft tho state
J,illtlnt (.timilil ln lnfl lr. Ilia In.
a rp'eudd car srvlca durng tho day tcllf;enco of Ul0 postman; not that
and up till 11:30 o clock nt n'sht. ct,'tlloso mcn nro (Iltl hui loy h,vo no
irtov that hour oven whon dnncos, umQ t0 Bpeculnto and docldo what,
osentlcas public funstfw , etc., aro postofllco Is intended,
hld thu time limit Is not ctonded. i Thcro Is n fad now In society for
Lnet week tho "CIs Eight" of lho Pn- omltllng both city and stato names.
cine ricct !.v comintnil of near Ad- "hen formal notos aro posted to bo j
mlrnl Febreo was horo. Flvo balls, 'lellveied In the name placo
and mcsnllunc weru ulvcu tlio malor- Society's reason for this U to g vo
niil!,l!ilnl .. .mo "'o Impiosslon that lho noto was do
lly of two not breaking up until 2 vel.c, 'b ,iam, nlwll 8mart t, i
,i. i.i. in u.v i iiuiuui-u niiru emu thiougli tho post. Iiut Inasmuch ns
.vein put on to carry the guests to tho t),o stsmp must bo U3Cd tho illusion
pinccs of entertainment, but wore cannot bo carried out very success
taken off long beforo the tlmo arrived fully.
for tlio guests to letum home. This' Under no clrcumstnncos Is It good
oaii'cl mtith Inconvenience and added form to I11" ,1Q. stamp anywhere but
otpenso, en double faro was clnrged " V? ll."1er r.'KUi c.1r.ner' "1? cav0.
i... .ii i..i, j,.i,., oi'.iT.t ii i...... .must ho taken to do th s exact y, not
by all hack drivers at that lato hour. on, bocB tho envelope appears
As roKirls a trip to Tantalus, this boMe but tccmt0 Btamp3 ,.' can.
N ono of Iho most bcuiUM! vvalkr thnt cc;c by m.ichlnory designed o strika
ni rould -vlsh to take. Going by way nlwnvs In that p irt of tho envelope.
f lho Ftloial Cipsrlmcnt Station on II tho stamp Is not thcro tho ma-
"ouuicoln street nnd skirting tho back chlnu must bn rtopped and spoclally
il Punilibowf. the main wad Is seen opornkd. Under postal ipgulatlpns
To.,n.icr'-. up tho mountain side, ielv 1,0,"'i' ar J" sending may
3hort cuts -.id trails lea.; ons tbrouft g?o io 'r V
.pinin w c"v . rnsi tun posy p.mas 0 lnl,,(,rtant ,nit(,.-a Rn,, ,nrcs
' ... .- ettlers, and iiirwinh for- ,mt tha name of ,nB BC1,er nml lhn
'if .ir vptus mid nW trees to address in cseo they cannot bo dellv
tl'to inoiintRln fn'tripus wimrn nemo of ered,
'M-v iiin duluina luvo Uicir "Th -n-"""- x-i-'-tm-'nt reqiiectH ,
Eiinii ) n i. ' that this shall bo done, for It bhvc-i
Titra iv : i or Tant-ilui tho view '' nrtlclo Hum going to the daiil j
which iintoIdH self Is ono uovor to hi !?"Pr nw'.? It-C?" b0 'licd to
itch naLi'tva) at once.
"iM tirrltdo lli'h-dlHUl'':an with
tho firrt Tnora : o. n. . Pr-
Hcrlptlon, It 'Jills Ml tr dlaH
gorns lnstuntw . ?r0i!n, heillng
lotion uicl extCTtin 1? ,ly, Hono
lulu Ilni Co . Fvul pctvVc
- - f
SHE HIDES IN BANK VAULT
AND IS" PRHONZR 3 HOUR?
Accidtr.t Cvves the Dauqht!r of
Cathler From Effects of Ker
Prank, Crlss Being Heard.
RISING SUN lnd Fob. 7. Miss
Mnrion Pylo, lhn jrung daimhter of
Charles P. Pyle. vice-president pnd
rirhlT rt tho N'- nn 1 ank of Rising
Eun, was a prisoner' In the big valut cf
hot lni'itiin t)r threo h"nr- last
night. MIps Tyls had been I ""s'i? ,f ft
'vil-v .Ii"klns, tho bank stcnograplrr,
nnd unobserved, had secured tho bi
ter's coat nnd hid In tho vault. Mr,
Pylo put nvvny tho books and locked
tho great doors.
At tho supper hour, after tho family
had become worried about tho girl's
disappearance, Mr. Tyln had occasion
to enter his private order-. Ho heard
scronms nnd traced them 'to th ""'''
(ho opening of which firnTil hh
rtaughtor, much tightened but unhurt.
BUSINESS WOMAN OF MELBOURNE
Had a Dry Hacking Cough, Doctor Failed to Cure. Took Pe-ru-na, . i
and Got Well. "V"
Mrs. L. E. Tronskv. proprietor of thodrcat Unknown l'rlvato notectivo
Aconcv. 176 William street. Melbourne, VIMorls (Australia), writes:
"For over throe yesrs 1 suffered with a dry, lucking cough, and seemed to
always havo a cold.
"Although I consulted doctors and also Joined two lodges, I nould get
no relief. ."...
"At night tlmo It was lmposslblo to get nny sleep. I was constantly call
ing at chemists shops and gottlng draughts which only 6avo mo rollef for a
couploof hours. '
"llntlcanhonostlysny, tlnce using Peruna I liaye been rcatorcJ to
perfect health, and will always recommend it to thuso I como lu contact
In n postscript, Mrs.Trcnsky addsi "lamo well-known business woman
with at least a thousand clients ou my books, and tho inujo'rliy know how
1 suffered. In fact, it was, ono ot my clients who recommended Perum
A dry hacking cough Is Nature's dan-'
It Indicates that therols somo dcop
seated point of irritation within tho
larynx or bronchial tubes.
I tin frequently thoflrst manifestation
of tuberculosis. It Is sometimes an in
dication of organic dlecaso of tho heart.
Insldloun bronchitis Is soon brought
on by a dry, backing cough.
Bneh asymptom should not bo Ignored.
Ordlncry cough medicines do oof re
lieve tuch a cough.
It requires somo medlclno that goes
A cough of this kind generally In
dicates somo catarrhal derangement of
tho mucous mombrauO lining thu larynx
or bronchial tubes.
This catarrhal dorangemont is a fore
runner of somo graver ailment.
A medlclno that will check or mill
gato tha catarrh will stop the cough.
Medicines that simply dull tho tcnnl
tlvcnoss of the nervous system cud quiet
tho cough by their sedative cftcct, such
medicines do no lasting good.
Peruna relieves the catarrh. The ca
tarrh bolng removed, the cough ceases.
This la lho way every cough khuulil
be ourod. i
W the toot of tho mutter.
The following wholesale druBBi'sts will supply the retail tradi
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu. Hawaii.
Iet Us Supply Your
Do ycu know Ihat right in our store you
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can oDtain inc luenncai tnoe iiyics uioi are
now bcins worn by women of (ashlon in New
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you know that we can fit your footas perfectly
,. as if you had your shoes made to order?
We can do this be-
Va) cause we sell
' The new Reral sh'lci for women aM
exact reproductions of exclusive custom
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this perfect fit means abso
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When in need of a medicine
to tone up the ijitem, aid
digestion, promote sound
sleep, keep tho appetite nor
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try a bottle of
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Then don't delay, It iotfor
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Toko Laxative Dromo Quinine
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It la n-it booiI form In nut tlio nil-
ilio's on 'ho hirif nf nn cnvloro In
ht"s.i nf tho front, 'i faj sometimes
nffrctoil hy young glr's.
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rlinifflfl ,nil ,i-itiirt 1 .in linll. iili1fi-3 .' '
lhn notnn'n tn turn It from rUa to 1 Chnmhers Drug Co.. Mrl.; Iltlo D-ib
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