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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Real Lace and Lace Trim
mings, French alid Russian
Clunies. Baitenberg Rain
aissance piece, Mexican
drawn work, Silk and Crepe
Kimonos, Egyptian Veils,
Silk Shawls, a n d Scarfs,
Tapestries and Couch Covers.
Art Leather pillows and mats.
Handkerchiefs, Mosaic and
Orientals Jewelries, etc. etc.
Early Shopping an Oppor
tunity. Salvo's Lace Store
Hotel St. Honolulu next the
new Palm Cafe.
Harry Armitage. H. Cushman
Carter. Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
-P. O.Box683 Telephone 2201.
Cable and Wireless Address:
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Ncuanu and Merchant Streets
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Notice is hereby
given, that on and
after date hereof all,
and any power of
attorney, given by
me to Mr. W. O.
Crowell, of Wai
mea, Kauai, is here
Dated this 4th.
day of Nov. 1912.
WHERE TO 00
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ment of the wonderful display of
holiday goods, it is possible to
find just what one likes without,
the least delay. A number of most i
obliging and attentive clerks are
sure to direct you , t o precisely
what you wish. In addition to this,
every one from proprietor to de
livery boy, wears a Christmas
In Makaweli, Manager Bayer,
of Makaweli's big store, assisted
by a number of Efficient salesmen
has been one of the busiest men
on Kauai since the grand opening
of his magnificent holiday dis
'play. Manager Bayer had the dis-
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merchants to announce the arrival
of St. Nick. As a result his beau
tiful stock of holiday goods has
received the lion's share of the
attention of Christmas shoppers.
C. B. Hofgaard & Co.'s big
store is the nucleus around which
the Waimea shoppers are hover
ing, for their big store has recent
ly been enlarged for the express
purpose of accomodating one of the
largest holiday displays i n the
history of the store. This live firm
makes a speciality of Christmas
displays and the present great
assortment far excels any pre
vious attempt. In this issue, in a
half page advertisement, it an
nounce the commencement of a
great reduction sale of Christmas
goods, the same to begin on the
16th., when shoppers from all
parts of the island will be given
an opportunity to indulge in un
heard of bargains in choice Christ
mas gifts and toys.
Representative Bottleson l s a
new traveling man on Kauai rep-.
resenting the liquor and tabacco
department of H. Hackfeld & Co.
Miss Marv Bryant was the house
guest of the Misses Hastie during
the Thanksgiving holidays.
Mr. Fred Marques and bride
who was Miss Silva of Waimea,
arrived on the Kinau last week
Mr. Marques is employed in the
Mr. R. Smith, formerly of Ma
kaweli plantation is now employed
Mr. Humboldt, McBryde's
chemist, arrived from Honolulu on
Pilikia with the steering gear,
caused Frank Crawford's n e w
Buick to turn turtle on the grade
about a mile north of Hanamaulu
1 last week. Frank stayed with the
. car which brought up against the
fence at the bottom of a fifteen
foot fill. The car was shortlv
righted and an examination show
ed that but little damage had
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
Intenutiomil Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialties. Arabic for
coltiiiK Iron Hoofn. lVtaluijia In
cubator and Urooders and scratch
err". King's Special, Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE OF
210.111 Boiton BUg.
Fori St ft
Notice is hereby given that th
animal described below has been
impounded i n the Government
pound at Nawiliwili, District
Lihtie, County of Kauai, and un
less the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied wfll be sold at
the date hereunder named accord
ing to law.
Dec. 5th. 1915. Brown horse,
white forehead, white on hind leg,
brand on hind leg (L.)
The above aunimal will be sold
on Saturday, Dec. 21st. 1912 at
12 o'clock noon, if not called for
before the date mentioned.
Phone 178 Nawiliwili Phone 178
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers - Commercial Rates.
You generally think of
That's the time to
think of us.
The Emporium is filled with Holi
day goods, and you are respectfully
invited to share in our Christmas
There are hundreds of articles of
intrinsic value - Pleasure giving
Christmas Remembrances that
will meet every wish of the giver
Let us help you make this the
merrieSt Christmas your friends have
But the following is a partial list of
what we offer:
Cut Glass, Jewelry, Hand Paint
ed China, Craft Work, Tobacco
Jars and Pouches, Embroidered
Shirtwaists and dresses, Scarfs, Hand
bags, Picture Frames, Carving Sets,
Calendars, Toys, Games, Dolls,
Books, Bon Bons, bric-a-brac, and
thousands of additional articles se
lected by our buyer for our trade
Ex 1 1.3 II I -1 II l3
avysi n m inn
A FEW REMARKS
The Wise Man About Town
.drum o leeifij o aao a 0111 a
An Air Bath.
The doctor ui is advising that
vc all take a 1 nth in air adds lo
his suggestion ttiis one: That in
tne early morning or in tne eve
ning hours we take it in the open.
On the grass! Not only should
we go without our clothing, but
we should go without it out of
doors. Wc are, however, advised
to seek a secluded spot," That's
something. Ia! La! This ques
tion of clothing! Why is it wrong
not to wear it? When, as the
doctor argues, everybody's body
would be better for the air! Re
duced to a working proposition I
believe the theory amounts to this:
that wc may well spend time oc
casionally when and whcfcwe can
with as little clothing on as pos
I notice that Dr. Blank who
knows whereof h c speaks, has
written a book about about mos
quitoes! Needless to say it is not
a romance. But there are those of
us who love biography and here
we nave it. J. he biography of a
mosquito 1 I call it rather clever
on the part of the publishers to
bring this book out at this time.
If we read it this winter we may
catch the mosquito next summer!
A chapter heading that shows the
hand of, a genius discusses the
mosquito in its "traveling ability!"
It was the "traveling ability" that
caught my eye I think I'll buy
Some o u e I know was dis
appointed. Something disappoint
ed her. It took a deal of deter
mination to make her buck up and
go on as if nothing had happened.
A wiser and older woman said:
'The day will come when nothing
I don't care what it is-?will
appear to you as a disappoiirtffiet.
You will get hold of the master
truth that the scheme of the A
universe is perfect and that what
ever happens is contributing to
ward the working out of that per
fection. The increasing happiness ;
of all people being the very object
of creation, whatever hannens is
for their increasing good. Every
thing for the best is far fr m being
platitude. It is deep philosophy."
It is! It is indeed!
From time to time I take up the
case of the prune. Prunes interest
me. I order them sometimes, iust
to look at them and wonder why
it is that anybody ever cats them.
But of course some people do. A
great many people, apparently.
Which is all right with me if they
feel that way about it. My pur
pose in mentioning the prune at
present is to say, for the first time
in my life, I believe, a good word
for it. I have recently seen the
nativecolor of the prune, thejune
as it grows in a great cluster, as
beautiful a blue as I have ever
seen. 1 consider it only fair to
admit as much. Give the devil his
due! Go a step further and give
it to a prune!
On The Farm.
I get all excited up when I hear
about farming these d a v s . It
makes the country seem so tied up
tight with the city a united nation
with all folk getting lots more fun
and comfort out of life than thev
did in days gone by. I heard re
cently of a marvelous reaper the
kind that, reaps the huge wheat
fields of the west, a reaper that
does everything t o those thousand-acre
fields, from cutting the
wheat to putting it in bags to ship
away, bince tnen I've read about
a motor plow they're using it in
France a plow that does away
with one o f the most tiresome
features of farm life. What next?
Some one tells me that tapqring
trousers are the fashion, andWhat
men w h o would be really
fashionable must have trousers
that taper and coats that "hug the
hip." This sounds ominous, but
I fancy it isn't as bad nsit sounds.
What the dress artists intend, I'm
told, is to emphasize the lines of
the figure of the man a little more
than usual. To bring a little more
decision into the styles. It's a
fact not always recognized that
stvhjin a man is just as attractive
as style in a woman. The same-o
indescribable quality in both sexey.
The tailors are thinking of tlirs,,
wiien tliey talk about tapering
trousers and hugging the hip. It's
not such a bad idea.