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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 26, 1915, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1915,
S iiilft.-). Sanitary, (
por.riliiin line. I like a cli4
Dih'i. It i tin; lu't wor.l
frig frttur Perfection.
All iiNn (itlier finish,
l'.Lv $'..IH) t'l $.").(M)
Write for particula
53-tio King St.
"Perhaps the Great
est benefit of a s vings
bank is the provision
for the comfort ofthose
dependent upon the
breadwinner. Tljis is
something that fvery
true husband or kther
And the time to cons!
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hfdress
in$r, shampooinR, manicunR and
scale treatment. All kindbf hair
work. Under the Blaisdettlotel,
first door in Chaplain laneuiono-
In the Circuit Court I thh
Fifth Circuit. TeriJory
At Chambers In Prole
In. the matter of the llite of
KAZO TOKUSHIMA, iiased,
Order of notice of heart pcti
tion for allowance of accoul, final
distribution and discharg
On reading and filing
tion of Bishop Trust C
Limited, a n Hawaiian
tion. Administrator of tl
of Kazo Tokus'iiima, late
paa, Kauai, deceased, w
asks to be allowed the
8291.40 and charges itseif
sum of $1052.25. and
ihe same be examined an
ed. and that a final order
made of distribution of l
ertv remaining in its ban
persons tuereto entitled
and charging it from all fur
future liability and resp
jil it v
under trust as such Admii
It is ordered that Satu
6th ci iv of November 191
o'clock A. M. before the
said Court ai the Court
said Court at Lihue, Kau
said, be and the same 1
appointed as the time a
for h.-aiing said petition
cbunts, and that all pers
ested m iv then and theri
and i-ho- cause, if any tlfiave,
why the same should notlrant-
ri nnA mav present evile ay
to who are entitled to sqIrop
Dated,' Lihuc. Kauai
Sept. 28th. 1915.,
CA T.V1 E A. 1
VPS". " " 7j -
judge of the Circuit Cottf the
Fifth Circuit. n
(.,r 1 D. Will. Itf,
Clerk of the Circuit Copt the
Fifth Circuit. U
WILLETT ft GRAY
j Willett & Grv, writing tinder
idfitc of October S. have the follow
to say respecting the sugar
I nia: ket:
"While the nntkct at 2 5-8c, c.
ife f showed a low enough level to
warrant .some reaction upwards, it
appears to us that the market is
now going too fast, as the statisti
cal position has not changed since
the market was 2 5-8c,, c & f.
There have been -no sales of any
consequence to reduce. the large
unsold stocks in Cuba, which we
estimate at about 300, OOo; tons,
and furthermore, the tact that
neither the English nor French
governments are interested in any
further sunars or this year's de
livery, according to advices re
ceived from those sources. The
Following was the standing of the competitors after the second
week of the bowling contest tor the Paul Rutsch cup:
Class 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game Total Prev Total Grand Total
G. F. Winter
II . Carls .
C. S. Dole
W. H. Rice. Jr.
1. H. Coney
J. L. Hj-rth
202 152 180 534 - 534
139 187 156 482 - 482
189 189 140 518 - 518
- 468 468
182 148 146 476 536 1012
119 120 136 375 412 787
151 162 161 474 445 919
115 142 148 425 460 885
147 134 181 462 485 947
112 113 88 313 455 768
;f. C. Sheldon
W. Grote '
W. H. Grote
In spite of the allurements of heaven, tew of us are
eager to leave the earth behind. The brew of life, even
though at times bitter, is pleasant to our lips and we
want to drink of the cup just as long as possible.
Seeing then that most of us want to live our allot
ted three-score and ten and are not averse to prolong
ing our birthdays even beyond this mark, isn't it queer
that we do not do more of the simple things that will
help us achieve this ambition? When we are sick, we
will desperately do anything to get well. But when we
are well, we do little to keep well or
of the things to shorten it
Here and there aie little groups
th's matter and taking aennue, practical steps to lengthen their life.
In a Western city is a small coterie
They are most of them in their seventies, yet they are hale, hearty,
nrtive: their wisdom takes the form of doing those things that will
lengthen life and preserve health.
In another city is a Centenary
ing to their own declaration, are going to live to be a hundred. Its
members are in the eighties and nineties, and not feeble old men, but
men who think nothing of climbing mountains from 6,000 to 10,000
feet high, of taking "hikes" averaging from 18 t 25 miles a day, and
otherwise acting as if they were in the prime of life. S' far as vigor
goes, they surelv are in the prime of life. The calendar is the only
thing that says thev are old,
And now in some of the Eastern
taken a little larger form in the Live
is interesting not merely a few people ot hdvanced years, but is appeal
ing to all ages and classes. In some communities, the Board of Educa
tion and civic and business associations are interesting themselves in
it. Even life insurance companies are helping forward the work.
The Wise Men, and the Centenary Club, and other such groups
here and there have gone in for exercises and fresh air and the outdoor
life as much as possible. But the Live-a-Little-Longer Movement is
going to take the matter up more specifically and scientifically than
this. Instruction in the laws of sanitation and hvgiene are to be given.
The idea of conversation is to be brought up forcibly. Diseases that are
preventable; how to keep f hem from the home and community; how
the body can be made more resistant to disease; home nursing; scienti
fic nursing; what to do in emergencies; the proper food for the sick;
the care of children to keep them well are'all among the subjects that
will be considered. And so thoroughly will the work be done that the
knowledge will be brought home to every one in the community and
interest generally aroused in the movement.
Such knowledge properly applied will prolong life for many. And
not only will it prolong life, but it will make life more healthful, more
vigorous, more efficient. And it we can prolong life, if we can make it
more useful by foresight ind conversation, why should we not do it?
Why should we be as wasteful as many of us are at present of our life
force? We all want to live as long at possible. We all want our life to
be vigorous and useful. And vet every day many ot us do dozens of
things which medical knowledge savs is detrimental to health, and for
which we will pay the penalty in shorter life or disease.
Since the Live-a-Little-Longer Movement will bring increased
happiness and increased usefulness to many, let us welcome it as one
of the progressive efforts of our times in which we each work tcgether
for the good of all.
rapid advance here has beet' in
fluemtd ihiefly bv ppecula'ois.
"'1 he pressure to sell domestic
beet granulated has tlso rV be cal
culated upon and while recent
tariff advices trui Washington
may prcent tl:ee sugars from
beinir offered h! abnormally low
prices in order to dispose of yanie
there will necessarily be quits sum
pressure to sell u s indie lin3
point to u record crop, It wi I I
remembered that last year with no
tariff action in sijihi domestic le
competition was keen at th.s sea
The following cards have been
Mr. and Mrs. ohn Hryant in
vite you to be present at the mar
riage of their daughtet, Helen, to
Mr. Fred Wolf at six o'clock on
Saturday evening, the sixth of
November, nineteen hundred ami
fifteen at their home, Makaweli,
prolong life. In fact, we do many
of people who are facing about in
Known as the Twelve Wise Men.
Club composed of men who. accord
States, the same thought has
- a - Ltttle - Longer Moveineut which
1 1 THAT MILAR LOOK
fgjf 1 I You can get it for
(Blip 1 I $16, $18, $20,' $22, $25, $30 and $35.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
(Hay, -Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
I IntiTiiutioiuil StiH'k. Poultry Fond
and other iocinltiei. Arabic for
cool in); Iron Roofs. Petaluina In
cuhutors and Brooders.
P. O. Box 452, PIonolulu'
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P O. Box No 594 Honolulu
S Passenger 1916
Model Oldsmobile for
Hire at all Hours.
Tel 37 L
Dr. A. J. Derby is in Makaweli
this week and will return to his
office in Lihue about the first of
$25, $30 and $35.
Every ROYAL TAILORED SUIT is made
'to measure and comes with a
"If you are not pleased with it in every res
pect, we ask you not to accept it, not
to pay one cent."
Autorized Royal Dealers
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
P. O. Box 524
Wholesale and Retail Groceiie
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
"The REGAL Way"
This is one of our
Remember, we pay
parcel-post charges on
all repairs. Send us your
REGAL SHOE STORE
DICK OLIVER, Manager
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
YOU will always riMm-mbcr your tril'
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Seven Passenger Cadillac
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Phone 225 L
J J j .
Largest Cleaners and Most
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ji j ji
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To All Towns On Kauai.
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