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M I Ml Ml IH HU 111 UMilWJi I J hi mn nun
1c. a word, per insert. No ad. taken for less than 25c.
Chill inir ;W. 1(11:
Moilrl. i.nl running
IVlonliimi' H" for imrticn-tf.
A complete vuloaiitini;
nlunt. M't up. now and
a running order, for sate cheap. Can
been seen at tin1 Honolulu Scrap Iron Co.
Sperrv products for the
wife, the trade, the best
or rent Sliulitlj mu1
itianos almost good llt!
Honolulu Music Co. tf.
One hundred head of
stock cattle. See Mv It.
Kauai, l'oatollliv ICea
WAWTFH Young man. 24 years of
Tl fill 1 LiU uL.f Kood bu-cball player,
aKoROad umpire behind the bat, seeks
i' nipioyiucni on sonic iaiuu ihuihhumi.
Address M. (i. Louis, r. C).
Before buying your Motor Boat Engine,
investigate the merits of the
High Speed Motor Boat Gas Engine.
"The All Day Motor"
All valves located in the head of cylinder,
and diredtly over the piston.'
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
For detailed information: write
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
Deep down in the basement of his
soul every man has a respect for his
And if very man could have clothes ideals come
true every man would be tailor-dressed.
And every other kind of clothes would be un
known. Why then shouldn't YOU be tailor-dross-cd?
There is now no reason why you cannot have
vour clothes built exactly as your taste and body
n& OYAL TAILORED-TO-ORDER CLOTHES COST BUT $20, $25,
poi( aim pou. iuu win muni iinnu miu uiiii
REPRESENT THE BEST MADE-TO-ORDER WORKMANSHIP.
Authorized Royal Dealers
Male and female,
of any nationality;
for any energetic
person, young or
old. Address "L.
B." P. O. Box,
Has added a new five-seater
Studebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
I Manuel Silva, the popular Home-
I stead auto man, has added a new
I five-seatei Studebaker to his rent
service and is prepared to cater
i to all comers. Read his ad. in this
l so is a smart dresser guided by a Wm
iiA $i'so $2 $2-so nd up II
Silvas Toggery Ltd,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fundamental principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lowest rates. Over two billion, tw6 hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
Friday, Aug. 1 ,
IS THE "OPENING DAY" OF OUR
I ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE!
We are better prepared to give
"High Class Merchandise at less than
Wholesale Prices" than ever before.
Our enormous stock in every de
partment of our large store must be
sold to make way for our Autumn
Purchases of Holiday Goods, now be
ginning to arrive.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd"
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
WAY S GAMES
Of all the ball games juilled off
- CitMlntr loci- rti fll XTrsrtn
diamond was probably the one that; "u D'. u"
attracted the widest attention,
The Makaweli grounds were the
scene of a conflict between the
home team and the Kilaueas both
teams being of the former cham
pion class. The game was interest
ing from start to finish, and at
times vcr.y exciting. Both teams
made some verv brilliant plays,
but owing to a flood of errors, at
one point in the game, the homers
since the winning of the second
series depended largely u p o n
whether the McBrydes should win
the game. However, the Koloa
team in a ten inning game put it
over the visitors in a score of 8 to
7. The McBrydes t'.ed the home
team in the ninth and in the tenth
did them one better, but when the
Koloas came to bat, they scored
two runs which spelt defeat to the
big champions of the first series.
The game was witnessed by a large
crowd of enthusiastic rooters tor
the home team which evidently
had a great deal to do with keep
ing the courage of the boys up to
the winning point. With Sunday's
results, Koloa takes the field as a
strong antagonist with the Mc
Brydes for the championship of the
second series and it is predicted by
the wise-acres that since the latter
has lost Loveland, there will
be but little trouble bringing about
their defeat. The team is com
posed of splendid players, however,
and the boys are not yet defeated
by any means.
end that the visitors were .iiiable
to get in sight of them, and the
ninth inning closed with the score
at 7 to 3 in favor of Makaweli.
Enthusiasm in the national sport
is as rife in Makaweli as ever as
was evidenced at the big turn out
at the Sunday game.
Koloa 8. McBryde 7.
K A. C. 5. While 4.
Makaweli . 7. Kilauea 3.
SUNDAY'S BALL GAMES
McBryde at Kilauea.
Makaweli at Lihue.
Koloa at Kapaa.
STANDING OF TEAMS
Sperry flour Best on
is the housewife's boast.
Sperry flour the best every
where, the bakers declare. tf.
K. A. C.
W. Iv. Perc.
2 0 1000
2 0 1000
1 1 500
1 1 500
0 2 000
0 2 000
Fresh Haas' Candy P
fMlf Parcels Post f IsiCk
Half Pound boxes delivered to any pes office on Kauai $ .40 J&
WM One ' $ .75 W
Twj ' $1-35 Jm
js$V 'I'liis candy is tuki-n from cold storac3 just before tlm flff
ffii! "i a,'d comes to you in AM class condition. BfaH
Mfl BENSON, SMITH & CO. Jffl
rtH 'j Box-fi26 SoU Agents Honolulu W$n
fit sBflllC REXALLfflBas M
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone N
Telcplione No. ;02.
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Sealer Buick
Will meet all steamer.! Commercial Rates.
Those having tinsmith
nlunibintr to do are hereby advised
At Kapaa the home team cross- that the Emmeluth Co.', of Hono
lulu, have representatives on Kati-
ed bats with the Whites, defeating
the visitors with a score of 5 to 4.
The game was marked with consi
derable discussion, arising from so
called questionable decisions by the
umpire. The Lihue team is play
ing under a series o f bad-luck
streaks. It doesn't seem to have
much difficulty in putting up a
winning game up to the last inning
or so, when from one cause or
another, it goes to pieces and loses
out. The boys seem to be laboring
under the shadow of a "hoo-doo,"
from which it would appear they
cannot escape. 1 lie game w a s
well played, generally speaking
some very pretty plays having
been made on both sides.
ai, being at the present time en
gaged on the Whue Store building
where orders for work mav be left
with an assurance of prompt atten
tion. Adv. 2t.
Albert Bechert, one of Whue
Plantation's efficient hums, leaves
this afternoon for an extended va
cation in California Tie will visit
his son in Oakland and spend some
two or three mouths seeing the
sights of California in general.
Stockings are not to be worn on
the Waikiki bathing beach, says
a contemporary. A barefooted bath
ing beach ought to be worth seeing.
In Thk Cikcuit Coukt ov Tim
Fiitii Circuit Tkhkitouv Ok
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Ralph Lyman Wilcox, deceased
Oriu'r For Noticu Ok
Hkarino Petition For Prohatk
A Document purporting to be
the last Will and Testament of
Ralph Lvman Wilcox, of Lihue,
Kauai, deceased, having on the
22nd dav of July, a. r. 1)13 been
presented to said Probate Court,
and a Petition Jor the Probate
thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to A n u a
Charlotte Wilcox; Charles II
Wilcox and Charles A. Rice, hav
ling been filed bv the above named'
I Charles H. Wilcox,
i It is hereby ordered, that Fri
day the 22nd day of August, A. n.
Washington. A joint resolu
tion to make the "Star Spangled
Banner" the official anthem of the
United States has been introduced
in congress by Representative Levy
ot iNew York. It provides that
whenever the "Star Spaneled Ban
ner" is played on anv occasion nt
any public place where persons be
longing to any branch of the
government service are present
they will stand at attention, and
all other persons will stand, such
positions being retained nntill the
last note of the anthem.
1913, at 10 o'clock, A. m. of said
day, at the Co-rt Room of said
Court, at Lihue, County of Kauai.
Territory of Hawaii, be and the
same hereby is appointed the -time
and place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
Dated at Lihue, County of
Kauai. July 22nd. 1913.
By the Court.
D. W.M. Di?an,
July 22-29-Aug. 5-12-1913.