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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY , MARCH 17, 1914
j Need Gasoline?
Figure In Iniernation.' 1 Incident
Stop at .fcliyde Stoic and fill tip.
Tank right by the ro.ulsn.lc. No
trotihlc ;it nil, Week-Day, Night or
Cheapest Gasoline on Kauai.
j McBryde Store - - Eleele j
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., LIB
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
3 J?fcCtf.a T" rwm&QrrktTia
IroninS with a tlK
h.lr-tt-i r- Iron
is so uiiiereiii .i;.-;"ar
and you'll End ycur work done quicker
and at less cost. Sold at
LI HUE STORE
where you can also get Westlnghouse Mazda Lamps.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN'THREKHOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea
P. O. Box' 48
While on the subject of
Home-Buying, why not
From the Kaupakalua Winety
Its a'Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Trv it. ...
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nu'uanu Street Honolulu
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! WE! DICE
j The On Club h id a most delight
i ful little, private ('auce in the Li
j huo Social Hall S: tiirday evening,
the afTair starting ; t S o'clock find
continuing until midnight. Kxcel-
lent juusic was supplied by a
'stringed orchestia, and rt fresh
ments Were fctvoiI at appropriate
intervals. A feature of the even
, i n tr was the introduction of new
i dances by a member of the club
' who had become proficient in them
j Among those present were: Mrs.
Grole. Misses Lulu Weber, Syl
j burn Purvis, L"ttio Jordan, Kath
jeriiie Mclntvre, I. uise Day, Ame
lia Grote. Dor.i Cro'e. Hannah
SlichUm, laisv S h e 1 Inn and
Messrs. R. W. T. Purvis, S. E.
Gov. Pinkham's Plans
T ' F r v , X-7 n
It is re:oi ted from Honolulu that
Governor Pinkham will not accom
pany the Ad. Llub excursionists
on the Olokele end of the lour at
all, but, instead, w ill visit certain
public land sites between Waimea
and Lihue. and will reach Lihue
in time to look thoroughly into the
High School pu j osition. How
much truth there is in this report is
not yet known here, tut a definite
statement will, in all probability,
be forthcoming in next week's
Garden Island. The Governor
will be present at the "chowder"
and reception in Lihue and will
accompany the excursionists to
The b'f freijlitcr Virginian will
arrive at Port Allen tomorrow mor
ning from Honolulu, bringing Coast
freight and will take sugar and
pineappks. She will get awuy
Ilanneslad, A, R. Robinson. F. , Friday night, most probably for
Morrow, W. II. Grote. A. Siebel. j Kahului.
Eugene Mann and H. Vincent.
It is the intention of the Ous
'o give a more general dance in
the near future, at which invita
tions will be extended to friends
who are not members.
Palm Cafe Closed
The famous Palm Cafe, on Hotel
street, Honolulu closed its doors
Sunday night and will go out of
Charles Gay, of Lanai. who has: ' isim-ss.
bireu visiting foi a week on Kau..i,l
left Saturday night for home.
1 J. l. Miva s I'.ltue store Handles
the famous New Zealand butter.
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FOR SALE Indian Motorcycle
I'u'.lj equipped .;"d in good cendi
lioji. 7 tl. P. 1V13 Model. Bargain
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE, IIANAMAULU and KOLOA
Ask them for a free booklet.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Box 428 Fori and Hottl Stretlt
i " i ii iiiiii lit -r l i iTnr 1 rr ' " -i ' : . d.-wt.",.-! . -4
Has added a new six-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
REMINDERS OF VILLA
In the upper panel is shown Gen. Hugh L. Sco't of the United Stttes Army, who has figured so promi
nently in the Benton episode. J usi below is a view of the National cemetary at Chihuahua, where
Benton's bodv is now said to be buried, while in the lower panel is Villa's headquarter in Juarez,
wlief Benton was last seen alive. It said the Englishman was killed here and his bodv. at first
buried in the stable at the rear.
BOOKINGS FOR 1
J M 0
DICK OLIVER, Manager
The following are thus far book
ed at Honolulu for the Ad. Club
excursion, which will laud at Wai
mea on the morning of the 28th:
J. T. McCrosson, Geo. R. Car
ter, G. P. Wilder, Mis Mary Ev-
4 non, Mrs. J. T. Warren. C. B.
Gage. A. F, Larimer, II. M. P.
Ivbrbrook, John Ivffinger, A. F.
Clark, Albert Lambert, Mrs. E.
Fen, I.J. Hurd, Capl. S. Cole
man, E. Fen, J. C. Cohen, Gover
nor Pinkham, U. L. Schwartzberg,
T. E. Wall. J. D. Levenson, J.
Grubr, J. W. Caldwell, W. J.
Forbes, G. B, Sahrader, Dr.Cressy,
Geo. E. Sinilhi.s, Mrs. J. Grube, J
R. A. Wadsworth. H. L. Kerr,
Mrs. R. Ruttiiiann, Miss M. Sum
mer. Mi.-.s F. Somnier, L. Petrie,
R. P. Brown. C. S. Weight. R.
W. Perkins, A. R. Gurrey, F. B.
Damon, II. A. Jonas, Capt. She r-
I cr . Mr. B isker, Mrs. Basker.
I Did you ever
1 UlLl l: I L . l! .J ft
nave mat urea reeling come ovar you I
when you saw shamelessly displayed in !
bold faced type that hoary mercantile I
Mrs. Dcvcrill, of Haualei. left i
Rose, Miss M.iyino Nc!s,n. Miss;
Dora AmbiSj, Mrs.- Geo. Hen-J
derson, Mrs. J. F. Child, Miss,
Henderson, W. R Farrin;ton, J.:by the Kinau Saturday afternoon
M. Riggs, J. F. Child. Henry for Honolulu, expecting to b e
BredholT, Geo. Ileuilerson, W. awav about a week.
READ THE GARDE
The "17th. Of Ireland"
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, illi a Sl.iinti-! i.ii.il '! Siai.i:.- 1 tin- "TV-an U-;in lm-liaul ! "
( N I : " t'Vi an In-all Imm !khi'I" is j r n i u m-c. I "Sluiua viuin vote.")
chestnut: "Selling Off at Cost."
The expression is about as old as deception-some
say it originated with An-nnias-anyhow
it is preserved .in heirogly
phics and cuneiform inscriptions of cities
whose merchants have been dust and ashes
for a thousand years.
Our prices, when compared with some
others are LESS THAN COST.
Write for our samples of New Spring 1
Dress Goods and compare our prices. !
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.