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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
! "Sff Want Ad
1c. a word, per insert. No ad. taken for less than 25c.
A round-trip ticket t o TAD QAIC or rent Slightly used
the Kilauea volcano.!"" uriJjLi p
pianos almost good as
Sec liana Ucicholt, Lihue.
Honolulu Music Co. tf.
A complete vulcnnizinn
plant, fet up, new and
One hundred head o
stock cattle. See M. 1!
n running order, for sale cheap. Can
'been seen at the Honolulu Scrap Iron Co.
Sotiza, Moloaa, Kauai, 1'ostotlice Keii'
1 JUNE JUBILEEl
Sperry Hour Best on the coast
is the housewife's boast. tf.
Sperry products for the house
wife, the trade, the best that's
All the excursion and sight-seeing laun
ches at the great 1915 San Francisco Fair
will be equipped with "STANDARD"
Marine Gas Engines.
Because the "STANDARD" Gas
Engines are Efficient Engines, that's why.
- In this Territory,
"Standard" Gas Engines
Marine and Stationary
are sold exclusively by the
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Our New Department
For detailed information: write
.LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fundamental principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. Wo furnish it at the
lowest rates. Over two billion, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
The Popular Store
We have a new Delivery Wagon
This store has engaged the rvse3!es of a new deliveryman to
take goods to our customers on the other islands. His name is
Uncle Sam. He is the world's leading expert in his line, He
gets there with the goods. He is careful and honest. He began
woik with us on February 1st. In other words, since the fir&t
of that mouth we have availed ourselyes of our privileges under
parcels post and send you goods from our store BY MAIL.
Send your orders for all classes of drygoods anything that
doesn't exceed eleven pounds in weight we will send to you by
free delivery. The service wont cost you a cent.
WE PAY THE POSTAGE
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
Now Read the Ads. jB Jthe flour of the west is Sp
There are 10,000 dealers in the Royal Tailors
fainih and they are a mighty happy family.
This month the Royal Tailors are giving these
lO.OMO dealers a JUBILEE a celebration a cele
bration to commemorate the greatest Spring tailor
ing business in all Royal history.
This ceiebration consists of a big bone-deep
cut in the price of eight of the choicest fabrics in
the Royol Spring and Summer line.
Eight Choice Suitings Cut
W ay, 9 Way Below
Koloa at Lihue, Chas. Aki
K. A. C. at Kilauea, Sanbourn
Makaweli at McBryde, Dick Oliver
Lihue at K. A. C. V. F. Sanbourn
McBryde at Koloa, Dick Olivtr
Kilauea at Makaweli, S. Meheula
McBryde at Kilauea, S. Meheula
Makaweli at Lihue, Chas. Aki.
Koloa at K. A. C, August Krusc
Lihue at Kilauea, S. W. Meheula
K. A. C. at McBryde, A. Kruse
Koloa at Makaweli, Dick Oliver
McBrvde at Lihue, August Kruse
Makaweli at Kapaa, Dick Oliver
Kilauea at Koloa, S W. Meheula
The Royal Tailors are letting the public share
in their dealers' good time by letting them enjoy
EIGHT of the Greatest Bargains ever offered by a
Come in and look at these EIGHT SUITINGS
that have been reduced in price. You'll be sur
prised at the bed rock prices. Some of them re
tailing as low as $1-5.00. Think of it a genuine
drafted-to-your-figure, built-to-your-order, Royal
Tailored Suit at $15.00.
And remember: All pure wool absolutely
and guaranteed to please or no sale.
Authorized Royal Dealers
In Tub District Court Ok
Hanauji Island and County
ok Kauai Territory ok Hawaii.
J. K. Farley, Assessor of Taxes,
Fourth Division, Territory of Ha
waii, Plaintiff vs. Cliarley K .
Kahee, of Honolulu, Oahu, a non
The Territory ok Hawaii
To the high Sheriff of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, or his Deputy;
to the Sheriff ot the County of
Kauai, or his Deputy or a n y
Polue Officer in the District of
llanalei, County of Kauai. Greet
ing: You are hereby commanded t o
summon Charley K. Kahee, o f
Honolulu, Oahu, a non-resident,
if he can be found in this District,
to appear before me, of mv Court
room in Hanalei upon the J 6th and
22nd day of July 1913, at 3 o'clock
i. m. there to answer unto J. K.
Farley, Assessor of Taxes in and
for -the Fourth Taxation Division
of the Territory of Hawaii, in a
plea wherein the plaintiff declares
That the plaintiff above named
is the duly qualified, sworn and
Acting Assesssor of Taxes in and
for the Fourth Taxation Division
of the Territory of Hawaii.
For a cause of action; he alleges
that said defendant is indebted to
the Territory of Hawaii in the
sum of $12.15 for taxes assessed
upon the property of said defendant
on the books of the Assessor of
Taxes for the District of Hanalei,
Fourth Taxation Division, Terri
tory of Hawaii, for the years
1909. 1910, 1911, and 1912a
And the said defendant, though
thereunto requested, has th.us far
failed and neglected and still doth
neglect and refuse to pay t h e
same, or any part thereof.
Wherefore, plaintiff asks for
judgment against said defendant
for said sums, amounting to $12.15
together with ten (10) per cent,
penalty i n addition thereto, and
interested thereon and advertising
costs, as by law provided and for
costs herein incurred.
Notify the said Defendant that
upon default to attend at the
place, day and hour above men
tioned, judgment will be rendered
LAPAA RACE MEET
continued from page one
Entrance fee $5.00
3. p. M.
One quarter mile
Entrance fee $1.00
3.20 p. m.
Eighth race Three eighths mile
f. f. a.
First Prize $100.00
Entrance fee $10.00
Two entries at least are required
to make a race.
No second prizes given unless
there ars three or more entries.
Entries for all races except the
scrub race No. 7, close Monday
June 30th at 5 o'clock p. m.
Entries can be made with
C. H Wilcox ' Koloa
F. W. Crawford Lihue
E. E. Behr Kealia
Horses not starting forfeit en
Racing colors obligatory.
Admission 25 cents, children
under i2 years of age free
Reserved spaces for .autos and
carriages $2,50 to $10.00, includ
ing admission, apply to F. W.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates. Careful Drivers-
Fresh Haas, Candy
By Parcels Post
Half pound boxes delivered to any pos office on Kauai $ .40
nnB " " " " .75
VM - f
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This candy is taken from cold storage just uuiore iw
mail ol'isea, and comes to you in flrat class condition.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Box 426 SoU Agtntt Honolulu
Sperry flour the oest every
where, the bakers declare. tf.
against him, ex parte by default.
Given under my hand this 13
day of June 1913.
(Signed) . Wm. Huddy,
District Magistrate of Hanalei,
County of Kauai, Territory o f
I hereby certify the foregoing to
be a true and attested copy of the
Original Summons in said, cause,
and that said Court ordered publfc
cation of the same, and continued
sjaid cause until the 22 day of
June 24 July 1-8-15.
Honolulu Music Company
flbme of GHc iutojiarur u)
' mi in ' iiwrnnii
UU 1VI1XVI kJl 1
New Books For Lihue Library Lihue Has Up-to-dade Hotel
Vol. I Folk Stories and Tables
II Myths from many Lands
III Stories from the classics
IV Ledendary Heroes
V Seven Old Favorites
". VI Old Fashioned Stories and
" VII The out-of-door book
" VIII Adventures and Achieve
ments ' j IX Poems and Rhymes
X Modern Stories
With Fredrick the Great G. A.
The Disputed V. O. Fred P.
Comrades on Winton Oval Ralph
The Congo Rovers Harry Call-
Cast up by the sea Sir Sam
All Aboard Oliver Optic.
Mohammed Meredith Townseu.
Best Stories to tell children
Sr.ni C. Bryant.
Deddy Lon" Legs Jean Webster.
The Sea and Jungle Tomlinson.
The Life of the Spider Fabre.
The Life of the Bee Maeterlinck.
The Story of my Boyhood and
Youth John Muir.
Tour of the world in 80 davs
The Fairview Hotel, with its
enlargement and nest o f pretty
little cottages clotting the landscape
from every corner of the spacious
yard, presents an appearauce of
prosperity and indication that
Landlord Rice is branching out in
to the real hotel business, and that
in so doing, he is keeping the com
fort of his patrons in view. It
can be truly said that the new
Lihue hotel i s a credit to the
Hall Returns to Honolulu
W. F. Hall. who has been plal
ing tneitixtures in the new hm
building has conmleted a verv npnt
job of it and returned to Honolulu
this afternoon. Mr. Hall had the
good taste to choose a Kekaha girl
for his wife several years ago, and
during a lull in his work while
here, took "a run to the other side,
spending'a day or so in the moun
tains in persuitof .the elusive wild
History of our times Gooch-
The Social Direction of Evolu'-
The daughter of Jorio