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THE OARD-tlSLNDCfiSpBRlLl, 1913, (J
Iff tfie Big
If you attend any of the C
blit collcse camc3 you ili find
that the ball almost invnrUhlv
used Is the REACH OKWC IAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE liAI.L
College men won't liivo imv tinner
but the BEST - that's Why they all use
IT The V&F
Cotltfje men know tod Urn, tnc Reach Ball 1in9.l)?m n.loptr.1 by the
American I.eacruc for ten cnrs. nml U in.- i.iCr.i i ,.,. i ..i, k .. r .i...
tmll can he iiseil lu any League game. I'tlce everywhere H.is. '
. 1'ltU!a:1,Tae;,aarkoaaUSporllnBGoo(llsa ouaranlee ol qne!lly- nitnrn sails.
IscUoii. a n;i? article or your money back Uxctet nn Balls and Ikti uiuIm ti in?
nliert l.uthorttY of the jtmprlr'.n Interna, liuun ...i 'V'."
series. Bctiedulea, records, Ac 10 ceuts at denlera' or by mall.
JTieo. . Davies & Co., Ltd.
' Sole Agents
for the Territory of Hawaii
I JrBY MILES THEMSTTlREl
LIMITED 4 I
Up-to-date Livery,' Drayiug and Boarding Stable and Auto-'J
Livery Business. .
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE !
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA I
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. I
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager. j
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihuk, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on' Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. "Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2j500 in any one account.
Sake Deposit Boxes for
4Rhnt $2 and $3 a Year
V neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
i Miss Power
! Fashionable Millinery
210.211 Coiton BUi.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
PAPER &rSUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Pres & M8r
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO. I
I Dealers in f
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
Jntenational Stock, Poultry Food
and other Hpecialtics. Arabic for
colting Iron Roofs. Petaluma In
cubator and Brooders and scratch
era. King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Sperry products for the house
wife, the trade, the best tnat's
Local and Personal
Mrs. Jilo. Gribbe, was an arrival
on the Kiiiati.
F. A. Lyniau came down on the
Miss Kan! Wilcox returned from
Honolulu Friday. "
Jns. Douse returned to Kauni by
the W. G. Hall Friday.
Mrs. J. F. Armstrong arrived
on the Kinau.
Mrs. Daly, was a Kiuau pas
senger Wednesday morning.
Rev. F. Gi Williams came down
on the Hall last Iriday .morning
Air. anu Mrs. jJnnnctt were
arrivals on the Kinau Wednesday
Miss E. Low, is among the vn
catibn visitors to the Garden Is
Hon. .Francis Gay returned Wed
nesday from a brief business .trip
to the Metropolis. ,
iur. ana Airs. t. u. riiorne are
among, the sight seers of our beau
tii'ui island scenery.
F. Broadbent, a Pilnnhoa boy
is spending his Easter vilcation
with his parents here.
Mrs. H. Aiiderniann was a re
turning passenger from Honolulu
last Wednesday morning.
J. K. parley returned trom a
Dusiness trip to Honolulu last
Miss Elsie Wilcox was a return
ing passenger front Honolulu -bv
the Hall Friday.
me inline foreign. L.liurclt. is
receiving it coat of paint at tlie
hands of Artist Peter Berg,
County Attorney S. K. Kaeo,
returned Wednesday from a busi
ness trip to Honolulu.
Mrs. W. Filler of New Mills.
was an arrival'on the Wednesday's
terry boat trout Honolulu.
Mrs. Alexander Isenberg, and
two cliildreti were arrivals on fji,e
Hail last Friday from the city., ,. .
Mrs. George Ewart of Waimea,
was a returning passenger on Wed
nesday's Kinau from Honolulu.
Mrs. Win. Daufbrd and Master
Danford of Mana, returned from.
an extended visit among Honolulu
Mrs. B. F. Sandow. and Miss
Sandow. of Kekaha, were, return
ing passengers from Honolulu last;
Mrs.,W. H. Rice, fr., returned
Wednesday from Honolulu, where
she had been in attendance at the
errand opera for the past few weeks.
The new furniture for the new'
bank building has arrived and the
installation will probably be com
pleted within the next two weeks.
Nearly all the boys faud girls
who are attending P.unahou ifronij
fl.lcl ri:f!n- r JI !.' il.
uasier vacation witn tlietr .parents.
Hon. Win. Lishrnan. one of Ho
nolulu1 biggest hearted citizens.
and for years connected with Gbn-
r i . . V.'. ,f
ujvcs vu., caine up last inaay
as a witness in the settling of tlie
J. K. Gandall estate.,
Miss E. Lidgate and Miss D.
Litigate, two charming Punaliou
students,, and neices.of Rqy. J(. M.
Lyflgate. arrived on the Hall and
will be guests, at. theLydgate home
t Leslie Wishard has taken advan
tage of the Punahou Easter vaca
tjoji an I taken a run down to, see
hoj Kauai baseball is shaping up.'
Leslie is one. of Kauai's crack, ball
tospers and will occupy a promi
nent pi ice on the Lihue team1 when1
it is formed..
J. K. Farley passed through the
county seat yesterday e, n route
home from the Kilauea side of the
island where he had beenon busi
ness in .connection with the tax
office. He was joined here on his
way oyer, by our local collector,
Civil Engineer J. L. Robertson,
who has recently become connect
ed with engineering dena'rtment of
the County of Kauai, has' located,
in ithe vicinity of Kealia, where he
wil Put in several months in the
construction work of th e new
bridge at that place. Mrs. Robert
s d n accompanies her husband
bejng a t home in the Muhdon
prpperty in Kapaa.
T.Ve don't mind bringing Tim
Garden Island, out, on important,
holidays, but sqmehow or. another,
the "April Fpols' Day," . pfopost-,
tion sort of jfits yur seat, since' it,
is so inapprqpriate in, so far as
this paper is, concerned. Of course
we can, and do, apologize to otir
readers for fooling them and pro
mise not to run another April-fool
number .over them this wnr '" '
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, C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWIUWJU., KAUAI TELEPW$$l&lQt4&4
Automobiles to all, Parts of Kauai, all hours,; DSIflS
Autos and light machinery repaired. Pldiiibingidjigrf?lji&gsi'4
Agents for Rsk and Gopdrich Tires and TjubvChfe'lirSr
Detroit Hudson & Gramm-Logan Trcjc ,
Agents-for Jhe Jnter.IsM Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili;-Kauai. :
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lAUfTO MOBILE RATE$j
From Lihue to Koloa $ 500
' ' " """Lawai '6.00
" " " Kalaheo.r 7.00
" H Eleelc:'. 8.0Q
" " " Makaweli, 9.00.
' Kilauea .T- 10.00
" ' ' Hanalei.r 15.00
Front, Lihue.to Wiaiineann i.glO.OO
' " Kekdha!." 11.50
" " Barking Sqnd?-, 17.50"
" '' Kapaa 5.00'
" " Anahola.. 6.00
" " " Kalihiwai.. :12.00
" " Haena.. u 20.00
Drummers using Trucks for transportation of sample trunks,, JO and,$l. per day and board to.driver. ;
, One andj one-half fare for. round trip:
J Ndw Fall Models of
have most beautiful artistic i
lines. You owe it to'your-
self to see them, , tg try., ctt,
a suitable, modei and brpg
out the .best lines, .your ,
, , iigure has. '
Comfqrt. ,style,t exquisite
ma teri a Is and superior
workmanship, combine to1
I make tlie
the most, satisfactory and j
well fitting corset of today. ..
u By.' Parcels. Post
Half pound l)oes (Jeljjered to any post, office, on Kauai
. - - - . . ... 7.
1 1 .This candy it) taken trom cold storage just oeioro m
jj,3,innu qo'es, ai)u coipes 10 ypu m npi uiuna vuuuium.
BENSONu SMITH & CO..
Box 426 . Sot Afttnti Honolulu
Everything in the
SlLVltR" XND'GotD LIN,
RlCIf,C,UT Glas and
Merchandise of the
Best Quauty Otiiv, .
1 Leading "Jewelers '
P. O. Box 342
IU Light, white,
JAIVTES W; BER(STRO,rV3 ,
; Auto-Piano Jnetplayers
Jrremetone tf lasers ,
Pipe-and, ; Reed: Or gam
Tqfflqga$fim&l'i Victor and t
New UdwjiUrd In Stock
LATEST;, . SHEET MUSIC
ILet"0s"Do-YourJ" " ""'"" "1
Lddres. . ,.
TerWt atrial; MeSjengex ,Senic;e
Why tlon't you make. Johnny..
wash his hands once in 'a while?".
"'They are' taklngfinger prints
a : his school',',answered the, y,i(e,
' and you ,know..,why ...the child
hives to excel...
You are charged with, coins 40
miles, an hottr," said' the rural
justice, "and you' are fined $40.'
Judge," said the1 motorist. ' I
hliVe only got $2.;" .
MWell, you've got a nerve going
40 miles an hour' on a reserve of-
Hand me the .money..
l James, there's a burglar down
stairs. v J'tn going for help." " "
''Wa'it a 'minute. I'll go with
ReasoIe tes,; ; -
Service at all hours,
The flour of the west'is Sperry,
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