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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY DEC. 24, 1912
Annual stock taking sale
begins on Thursday January 2nd.
Everything at reduced prices for
Send in your order now get all the
vantages of our prfit sharing
N. S. SA CHS DR Y GOODS
P. O. BOX 566
All the Big
If vou attend any of the
big college panics you find
tliat the hall alimi t mvananly
ti-oil is the REACH OFFICIAL
MF.RICAN LKAGl'F. HALL.
Colleire men won't have knvthin?
b it the JJEST that's why ihey all use
College men know too tiuit li.r Reach Ta!l l.as been adoptol hy the
. ii'.crican Lfupne lor t;'ii yean., an! is the Dificial League Hull. l;o other
ball call hr u-C't in any League pnmt. 1'rice everywhere,
Ine Cearh 1 rade-mark on all Sporting Goods Is a guarantee ol duality II mrans satis
faction, a new article or your money Dark (except on Balls and B?U under St. IKK
The KKACII OFFICIAL HASH HA I.L il IIK
mt-il authority tifthe Amerii-au League. lltHtory and ptiotos of
benea. Schedules, records, 4c. 10 ceuia at dealers' or by a. ail.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
Xlie rcroff- MM
iff They average 25 per cent jif J
ft Ml more than .other Tires. Jp m
m A full stock carried at the Ifflm
Would Cive Them $2000 A
Month Upon Retirement
Washington, D. C. Dec. 22- -
The first public bill introduced in
the house today was to pension
former presidents of the United j
States and their widows. I
It was b y Representative De
Forest of New York, and would
provide f o r a former president
52,000 a month. A widow of a
former president would receive
$1,000 a month during her widowhood.
A minor child or children of a
former president, under the age
o f 21 years, with parents both
dead, would get $200 a month.
Representative De Forest also
introduced a resolution for a con
stitutional amendment to limit the
tenure of the presidental office to
one term of six years, and another
repealing the newspaper publicity
section of the last postoffice appro
The senate and house settled
down to work today for the high
pressure session that will end the
Speaker Champ Clark, wielding
his emb!cm of order with ever
increasing force, succeeded in
breaking two valuable gavels be
fore he had brought the enthusi
astic house through an hour and
ten minutes o f business. The
session in both houses served to
complete the preliminary work of
organization and left congress
ready for legislative business to
The senate depressed b y the
recent death of ice President
Sherman and Senators Heyburn
and Rayner, was in session but
twenty-two minutes. Both houses
adjourned as soon as the prelimi
naries of organization were con
cluded, out of respect for members
and officers who had died since
the adjournment in August.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI. KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai, all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired. Plumbing and gas fittings.
Agents for Fisk and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers
Detroit, Hudson & Gramm-Logan Truck.
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
From Lihue to Koloa .....$ 5.00
" Lawai 6.00
" Kalaheo 7.00
" " Kleele 8.00
" Makaweli 9.00
" " Kilauea 10.00
From L,ihue to Waimea $10.00
" " " Kekaha... - 11.50
Barking Sands 17.50
" Kalihiwai 12.00
" " Haena .20.00
Drummers using Trucks for transportation of sample trunks, $10 and $15 per day and board to driver. J
One and one-half fare for round trip.
i read an account recently of
George Kliot's earnings from her
novel writing. They amounted to
something like $150,000 in twentj
I years. Not so bad for the days in
which best sellers weren't such
moiuy-making propositions a s
they are to-dav! And if you re
member, George Kliot did not be
gin to write until she was thirty
six years old! She made her money
between thirty six and fifty-six! I
call this encouraging. There's hope
for all of us!
What is the use of paying
For a participating policy!
when you can buy a no par
ticipating policy for only
at a lower rate
I "p-to-date Livi ry
Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto-
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
; Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Kekaha everv Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday.
i X G AT Til KIR DKSTI X A TIOX IX TIIRKK HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
-. i in;
I n a recent magazine John
Muir, recounting the story of his
boyhood, tells of the wonderful
kceness of scent of his dog. On
one occasion he detected the pres
ence of an Indian quietly steel
ing through the woods half a mile
awav on the other side of a ridge.
This is attributed to the remark
able smell of the dog. We would
suggest that it might better be
attributed to the smill of the In
dian. Judge: "Your age?"
Lady: "Thirty years."
J udge (incredulously) :
will have some difficulty in
Lady (excitedly): "You'll find
it hard to prove the contrary, as
the church register which con
tained the entry of my birth
burnt in the year 1865."
White It is predicted that fresh
eggs will be a dollar a dozen before
winter is cover.
Black Wei 1 . there'll be n o
scramble for them, that's certain.
W. T. :
rost , of Phillips iS: Co. ,
returned to Honolulu,
the well known
Ilaiumiaulu mason, was among
the passengers for Honolulu Satur
day. Mr. Sc'neibeit always spends
his Christmas in Honolulu with
his childre n.
Otto U'ix the famous landscape
artist who has been registered at
the Hotel Fairvicw since complet
ing hi- wonderful Hanalei paint
ings, left for Honolulu on Satur
Mrs. S. B. Deverill of Hanalei
was in Lihue last week on a holi
day shopping tour.
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the amount is not paid, the
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without further notice.
FOB PLANTATION MFN I
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JAJUU EilaS', w proof qualities than any other I
I ONINII If boot known- I
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. i il i4 even if the nrice is hiirh. I
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i and Hll&jl 5.00orov.r
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We carry all the best grades 1 1 If SW? DFVAI I 55 VAX
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fice supplies. 1 1 feWtSTOR E fJ
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HONOLULU MUSIC CO., LTD.
You JAIYIC.O W. DtKLioTKUiVI
prov- I 1 9 Manager I
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Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. I5ox 106, Lihue, Kauai.
210-211 BoBion Bid,.
Fort Sir ttl
Hans Pi AN
Pipe and Reed Organs
Talking Machines. Victor and
New Hawaiian Records In Stock
THE VERY LATEST SHEET MUSIC
Mrs. Chamberlaine and Mrs.
Yanagihara, teachers of the Ki
lauea school were in Lihue Saturday.
Charlie Gray of Kapaa was in
J. K. Farley of Koloa was in the
-ounty seat Saturday.