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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
LIHUE GARDEN ISLAND
is entitled to
One Year's Trial
the Cheapest, Cleanest,
Biggest and Best Comic
Magazine in the World
Every mun'iorcontniiif" the choicest
original jokes, humorous stories
ami funny pictures.
No faintly should be without clean
and whole some humor ami
"Laughter" is all of that. Sample
copy live cents.
CLIP THIS AD
Enclose it with your full name
and address and fifteen cents
to cover cost of mailing and
you will receive the Magazine
everv month for one year.
County as exclusive Agent for
"Laughter." Big Commis
sion. Bank references required.
LAUGHTER PUBLISHING CO. (Inc.)
FOREST PARK, ILL.
Continued frontpage 1.
1912 Model, Five-Seater
Day or night calls answer
ed promptly. A brand new
car. Expert driver. Rates
reasonable. Rouud-t h e-i s
land trips a specialty.
G. M. IV1AIOHO
Koloa 'Phone 58L
Widows oft rush in where young
girls fear to tread.
illustrated, while the ads leave
nothing to desire from the arrange-'
ment of matter to typographical
display. Particularly is this true
in the section devoted to "The
latest Fashions." Here it is that
one feels that the illustrator has
excelled in an attempt to all break
brush record. On one page
the artist depicts a flaming red
skirt, bedecked with black buttons
which furnishes a combination o f
which few ladies could witheld their
There's not a single feature in
this bright, newsy magazine but
what deserves the highest com
mendation, and through the Gar
den Island realizes the rivalry cre
ated by its advent into our stamp
ing ground, nevertheless extends
hearty congratulations to the infant
and may it have a long and pros
In our description of "March
and April", we wish to add that
it differs from all other publications
in the lerritory in so much that it
is printed on manila paper, hand
bound, and every illustration is the
result of hand sketching and water
color work. The subscription to the
attractive little paper, is five doll
ars per year of ten months, and sells
at twenty-five cents a copy.
The handsome silver C u p to
awarded the member of the Kegel
Bowlers securing the highest score
in the present contest, and the gift
of Rev. Hans Isenberg, is now on
display at the Lihue Store.
llliam Elliott came over from
Koloa Saturday and purchased a
number of choice birds from the
Lihue Poultry Ranch.
Mr. C. W. Spitz has placed an
order with the Coney Garage Co. ,
for a new Cadillac.
Supervisor W. D. Mc Bryde pass
ed through Lihue Saturday enroute
REACH FBlAlGH N,NES
You pay the same price a t our
store that you would pay in the
large cities in the States.
SHIPPING AND MAIL
Notice is hereby given that the
Animal described below lias been
impounded in the Government
Pound at Nawiliwili, District of
Lihue, County of Kauai, and un
less the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
the date here under named accord
ing to law. -
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Apru am v, reu cow, uru.m , tween regular mail clays
uina mim riiv, , i when the coast mail
animal will oe sold on aauiruay, i majj
uUUl J.VJ.i, ill -t "
noon, if not called for before the
n mm iiiwn-TrmiMii tmwi rvunv i) i w ui.wCTaaw
71 Queen St., Honolulu
Have jusl received their firs! shipment
of the new
Inter-Island Mails '
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu Wednesday and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers niaiiig extra trins be-
is due, the
boat due on Friday, will lav
over and come in on Saturday
Mail for Island offices, leaves
Lihue on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings at six o'clock.
Except, however, in cases when
the coast mail delays the Friday
boat, then the mail will leave on
Saturday at 6 a. in.
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. nail, I.-I. S. N. Co.,
ivinau, i.-l. s. N. Co., every
and SIX POCKET
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
111 accordance with the
postal laws governing. second
class mail matter i.e., "not
more than three copies of any
newspaper can be mailed to
any unpaid subscriber etc.,
we beg to inform subscribers
to tiik Gaudkx Island that
ten days after the receipt of
a bill for their subscription, if
the amount is not paid, the
paper will be discontinued
without further notice.
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicates n steel shod shoe for children. A substantial school shoe; a
stylish well made dress shoo. High or low cut, Kid or Calf stock; button,
one-strap, or luce.
Steel shod anvil brand means "made to wear." Prices, in sizes 9 to 11,
$2.23 to $2.60. ; in sized 11 1-2 to 2, f2.f)0 to ?:1.00.
Try a pair and prove what wo contend.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NEWELL, Manager.
Kapiolani Building, Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is the 0nly up-to-date vulcanizing
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
All We Ask Is A Trial Kauai Orders Solicited
Used by KCL 7flG
All the Big
If you attend any of
biff colleeo carries vou will find
that the ball almost invariably
used is the REACH OFFICIAL'
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL.
Collece men won't have anything
but the BEST that's why they all use
College men know too that the Reach Ball lias been adopted by the
American League for ten years, and Is the Official League Dall. No other
ban can ue useu m any League game, l'rice everywnere, 11.25.
The Beach Trade-mark on all Sporting Goods Is a guarantee ol quality II means satis
faction, a new article or your money back (except on Balls and Bats under $1.00).
The ItEACII OFFICIAL HASE "ALL GUIDE Therecog-
nlzed authority of the American League. lllBtory ana pnotoa of World's
V oenei. ocueauies, recorao, ac iu cenu at aeaicrs or uy uian.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
Coney Garage Co., Ltd.
J. H. CONEY, Manager
AUTOMOBILES TO ALL PARTS OF KAUAI
DAY OR NIGHT.
Autos and Light Machinery Repaired, Plumbing and Gas Fii5-
Franklin, Chalmers Detroit, Hudson, Graiiim, Logan Truck,
and Colt Acetylene Lighting Plant.
Agents for the I. I. STEAM NAV. CO., Ltd., Nawiliwili, Kauai
We also cary a large stock of
A large boarding-house caught
fire during dinner and much con
After the worst was over the land
lady, who was philosphical soul, re
marked that it was a blessing that
the fire had not happened at night,
as some life might have been lost.
A little later the colored boy, who
heard this, mysteriously called her
aside and cautiously exhibited a
great bunch of dark, tangled hair.
"Don't say uothin', Miss Nora,"
"Dis fiah is worse than it 'pears.
One o'dem ladies in de room ovah
deliberry done got burnt up. I ben
up dartosee, an' I found her hair."
"The Biy 800"
She Provided a Substitute
We want everybody to subscribe for
THE GARDEN ISLAND, of course. It
I shows in a most practical way that you
j are interested in the affairs of the town
where you live or come to trade. But
whether you subscribe or not, we want
you to telephone No. 24 L when you
know of a local item of nterest. You
! are cowelme.
Vol. 1. No. 1 of "the Big 800,"
the first publication ever publish
ed in the Territory of a strictly
fraternal order, has appeared
among our exchanges and we hope
has come to stay. It contains much
news from all parts of the globe,
carriea-a splendid line of advertis
ing, is printed 011 excellent paper,
and elaborately illusirated with
half-tones. Tvpograhically, there
remains naught t o other than
it is 011 a par witli the excellency
of the bright l'ttle magazine from
cover t o back. Editor Lund is to
be congratulated on his success in
the literary field. We will looks
with happy anticipation for its
Mrs. Rufus Spalding will cntei
tain a large happy crowd of
children at her Kealia home to
It must be some satisfaction to
I sailors to know that buoys will be
It takes a man of orginality to
pose as a successful liar,''
A very pretty young woman had
been asked to dinner by the mother
of a young man who admired her
While waiting for dinner to be
announced the four-year-old niece
of the young man came into the
00111 and climbed into the lap of
her uncle, of whom she seemed
The young lady said coaxingfo :
"Come, Mary, give me a ki'ss;
but the child hid her face on her
uncle's arm. The young woman
urged the child to come to her,
"Won't you give me a kiss?"
The little girl said: "No, I don
want to." Then she brightenoid
up and said: "Uncle Fred, you do
The man who argues w i t h his
wife is one kind of an idiot. .
The more a trust magnate wants
the less the otheT fellow gets. J