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AIDING AN AMBITIOUS ENTRANT?
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By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
The Change of Life is the most critical period of a
woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time
Women everywhere should remember that there is no
other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully
carry women through this trying period as Lydia L.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots
and herbs. Here is proof:
jintii'K, JUuss., "I cannot cspresi wnnt i
,. wont thrniiKli clurlnt.' the Cliunco f Mfe lii'foro
1 trieti Jjycini J;, l'liiuimiirs vi'rohiiiio v.oiii
iiDiind. I was In hiicIi a nurvou condition I
i could not keep ntlll. My llntlis wcro cold. I
i had creepy hciiKiition.s and could not nU'vp
nights. 1 wan dually told by two physicians
that I had a tumor.
" I road iino day of tbo wonderful cures mailo
lit- r.vilhi V.. IMiiK-Imiiii'h Vrtruliililn Coiiiliotinil
anil decided to try It, and It has made mou well
" woman. My neluhbors and friends declare It
Ima ivoflrnil n mlrnoln flip till- I, villi! V.. I'llllilmin'x Wirnllllltn
Compound Is worth Its weight In (jrolil for -women during this
period of life. If it will help others you may publish this
letter." Mrs. Nathan U. Urcntuu, oi.M.jMiutist.,Miticit,.Hiis$.
ANOTlIUIt SIMILAR CASK.
Cornwallvllle, N. Y. "I havo been talcing
l.yillu 13. I'lnlcliiim'rl A'etfotablo Compound for
Niimi) time for Change of Life, nervousness, and
n llhrold trrowtli.
''Two doctors advised mo to k to the
hospital, but oiuMlny wbllol was away visiting, .
I met a -woman who told mo to take Lyilhi 13. ;
I'lnklmm's Vcfrctnhlo Compoiiml. 1 did ho mid I
knot' It helped mo wonderfully. I am very
tlinnkful that I was told to try D'UIa 13.
l'liiUlmm'.s Vcgctnlilo Compound." airs. AVm.
CoriiwallvUlc, N. Y., Greene Co.
Tlie makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound have thousands of such letters as those above
they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained
for love or money This medicine is no stranger it has
stood the test for years.
For J10 years Lyilln 13. 1'inUlinm's Vcjrctablo
Compound lias been tbo standard remedy for
feiualo Ills. No sick woman docs Justice- to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit.
MBjmairs. .Vlnkham invites all Nick women
iiCC- 1o write her for advice. She lias
guided thousands to health free of charge.
AddrcM airs, l'lnkhnin, Lynn, Slnss.
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A small pay
ment down will
start you in house
keeping and a small
monthly or weekly pay
ment until paid up in full.
All goods sold at bottom prices.
Tie Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. GILMAN,
v Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QUINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
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Ulvo its u clinnce to get tliem
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you should delay sending them In us
rnpldly ns possible.
Don't wiilt to send n big pllo of
votes and subscriptions nml delay tho
count for April 19th.
Send them In every day nml then
they can bo arranged in neat packets
and deposited In the vote box.
Don't Imagine that you can't get
Into this contest now and win one of
the four supplementary prizes on
Nomination Conilni; In livery laj.
If you think that It Is too late, there
nrn plenty ot others who aro sending
nominations every day.
And they expect to win, too. They
are real "llvo wires" and they aro
going to inako a quick, hard cam
paign right up to tho closing of the
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hero about this Bulletin contest.
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trip candidates how to secure tho co
operation of organizations was mailed
to nil the candidates today. Honolulu
contestants who fnll to rccelvo tho
letter by carriers should call at tho
postnlllco and ask for malt at tho ten-
era 1 delivery.
I'cn UlTcr ltrncnnl.
Tho free fountain pen offer mailo
llio llrt vteek of the tnnrl contest
lias been renenril llli a little rhiingo
In tho term-. An Onoto foiinlalu pen
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day, April 12.
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partment unless tilled out showing tho
iiiuno or ino candidate for whom tlioy
nro to be enst Thoro aro no blank
ballots excepting tho ones run In tho
regular issues of tho Hullo tin
This provides a perfect safeguard
ngainsi mo iraiisrorrlng of votes.
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didate! for whom you wish votes cast
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Flvo years 21,000 30,000 1
.Subscriptions to Weekly llullilln.
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with suicide motive
IIII.O, April 8. Former clinlrmnn
ot tho Hoard of Supervisors William
Todd last Thursday afternoon played
a practical joko on ills neighbors by
apparently making n desperate at
tempt at committing suicide In Ills
harness shop on Bridge street
The pollen got their first notifica
tion of tho matter when some chil
dren canio to tbo police station and
breathlessly related how Todd was
lying In ills store, Willi a rarer in his
hand nnd wallowing in gore.
Deputy Sheriff Fetter rushed to tho
sceno In hot haste. lie found that
Tmlil. In u liltnrlmiH tnimi! Iiml mil
open ills shirt on the chest, wllh a I
razor, but ho had carefully avoided
cutting himself. The goro was rep-1
resented by iiunntltles of red Ink '
which hud been Rmeared about In the
most effective manner
l5c.eich.2for25c. Arrow Cutfi, Me,
Ctutlt. rohtxly c Co.. Troy. N. Y.
rOR TniP CONTE3TANT IN EVENING BULLETIN
TLN-TfUP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In nama and address of your favorlta eandldata
and send to tho Bulletin Contost Department. '
(Not ood after Wednesday, April 25)
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate in the EVENhlO. P"
LETIN'8 Tan-Trip Travel Contest
Only the first Nomination Coupon received for each can
didate will count for 6000 votes. Fill out all tbo lines of this
coupon and mall or bring to tho Contest Department, EVEN
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Hj" i V"NWJ''' fi 'II BMttiVjBy - Hfjfc iiaaBlietnMLt' v "f1 ?
MOTOR -Pour cylinders. I B-1G
Inch bore by i Inch stroke.
HORSE POWER 40 brake,
VALVES 2Vi Inch diameter
placed at sldo of tho cylin
ders. CLUTCH Conn typo with
henvy fnen Hlid uurthljill
DRIVE Horizontal 2 Inch dlj.
vanadium steel shaft drlvn
through bevel pinion and
bevel gear with ono largo
three speeds forward nnd re
verse. LUBRICATION - Bplash and
force feed In bottom lialf ot
crank case, operated by n
plunger pump on Insfdo of
crank case and driven by
BEARINGS- Inrgt ball hear
ings throughout the wheel.
Roller bearings In transmis
sion and rear system.
IGNITION Uom-li dual sys
tcui. BRAKES Internal and exter
nal on rear wheels, adjust
nble.'aliil operated separately.
Hxtrrnal operates by foot
pedal. Internal by sldo lever;
lined ullli tbermolil with
largo diameter and largo
FRAME Heavy pressed steel
with "kick-up" In rear and
narrowed front for sx.rt
SPRINGS Front seml-elllptlc
and rear i elliptic
STEERING GEAR--Worm and
sei tor with ball bearing trust
blocks ami IS Inch steering
AXLE (front) Single pleeo
drop forging. 1-licaui section
AXLE (rear) rVinl-llonllng,
Hi Inch vanadium steel,
TIRES 31x1 Inch Q. 1).
WHEEL BASE-1US Inches.
TREAD .'.6 Inches.
SPEED-From 3 to CO mllesnn
hour on IiIkIi gear.
TANK CAPACITY in gallons.
French mohair lop, with sldo
curtains and slip cover,
standard windshield, speed
ometer, five Inmpx, presto
tank, robe rails, foot rall,
tools, pump and Jack
Sieg'mund Motor Car Co., Inc.
E. J. Sidney, Local Representative
No More Delay
Play the game all you llko now.
We have just received a big assortment of TENNIS GOODS.
RACKETS ln ill grades and weights,' including a splendid lino of
Slazenger's best Eng('sh-nndo goods.
BALLS? Well, V we received 140 dozen by the last two boats,
and now hrve Staienger, Wright & Ditson, and Spalding balls.
NETS, TAPES, MARKERS and a good assortment of all sorts of
TENNIS GOODS, 'at
E. 0. Hall & Son
ROSA J CO.
Bottled In Bond
" JULES PERCHARDS 4 FIL3'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Street
NEW-PATTERN, UP-TO-DATE STYLE WOOLEN SUITS, KNICKER
BOYS' NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, WAISTS AND BLOUSES.
BOYS' 8TRAW AND FELT HAT8.
BOYS' SHOES, HOSIERY AND UNDEJ1WEAR.
KAM CHONG CO.,
1 acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
FORT AND BERETANIA STREET3
rOX BALE AT AIL BAXI
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