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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 27, 1916, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 27. 1916
(Continued from page 1)
efficient teachers is the reasonable
assurance that they will be treated
fairly, and nothitiR could be more
fatal to our school system than
the current conviction that such
fair treatment cannot be relied on.
Accordingly, therefore, as res
ponsible residents of Kauai, vitally
interested in the education of the
children of our island, we respect
fully request that this important
matter be Riven your careful, und
we trust sympathetic considera
tion. A. S. Wilcox, Einiiia K. Wilcox,
Win. X. Stewart, H. II. W. Hroa.l
ltcnt, Tlios. K. llustace, Marion W.
Wilc.x, ('. II. Wilcox, ('has. 8.
Dole, J. II. Muragno, Mary Mo-ragm-,
II. C. Hay, Mrs. M. II. Oni
niaiicy, Klsie II. Wilcox, Hans
Iscnhevg, Dora I!. Isenberg, K. do
Lacy, Kthd K. Wilcox, II. D.
Wislianl, Frank Ciawfoid, E. W.
Canlcn, ('. (1. Ku'ilinan, Wm.
Hyde Hicc, A. J. D.iby, 1). D. S.;
II. Vincent, C. W. Spitz, J. L.
lljoilli, II. Knight, 15. W. T.
Purvis, M. Purvis, Win. Homy Pice,
Mary A. Kim, W. II.idlk-M, T. B.
P.ueli, Anna ( Wilcox, F. A. Alex
ander, A. II. Waturhousc, James
K. Ktilu, M. A. Mikaelo, Claire E
Brandt, L. W. Hart, T. Brandt, J.
il. Silva, Fred Wolf, X. A. Akana,
A. Menefoglio, .Too Rodrigues, J.
iMahiai Kaneakua, W. V. Hardy,
II. Sato. K. Makino. Frank Cox.
J. M. Lydgate, II. E. Lydgate,
Julia I. Stewart, F. Weber, II. K.
Weber Lulu Weber, Ant. Theilen,
Ilelene Theilen, W. K. M. Sims,
Delfina Menefoglio, ('. Maser, A.
(J. Kaulukou, Frank L. Put man,
K, Poendabl, L. Pali On, Q. C.
Young, Mrs. Q. C. Young, II.
Wong Wa, Pew K. Slnraishi, Ah
Ko, ('bong Hani Fo. II. Masbita,
('ban Yau, Otillia Pobinson, W. K.
Scbulte, Win. J. Kruse,' J . J.
P.iandt, II. P. Faye", ('. Wramp,
II. WTninp, Jr., J. Scghorn, (i.
Wrani), Alex. Lindsay, Sr., Eliza
beth L. Hurt, C. llasegawa, Helen
E. Hansen, Joseph A. Akina. Fan
ny X. Akin i, V. P. Latne, Flo -nice
Banbain, Hcrinina (!reig, (i.
T. (!reig, (ieo. II. Ewart, Jr.; II.
X. Browne, Mrs. C. L. Ho.lg,., .1!.
Ilobiig, (i. P. Wilcox, Marv E.
Co m.v, Mabel I. Wilcox, Mabel B.
Packard and other promi
nent automobile engineers
favor motor oils from
Western crude. Exposition
juries at San Francisco and San
Diego gave highest competitive
awards to Zerolene an oil from
Western crude. Zerolene is the
best oil for your motor because
scientifically refined from selected California crude
asphalt-base. Government experts tell us that oils
correctly refined from asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" do not break up and lose
their lubricating value under cylinder heat and are
"much better adapted to motor cylinders, as far
as their carbon-forming proclivities are con
cerned, than are paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
When you empty the crank-case refill with Zero
lene. Dealers everywhere and at service stations
and agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
the Standard Oilfortfotor Cars
How Hawaii Voted
On the first ballot at the Re
publican convention in Chicago
Kalanianaole voted for Weeks and
Lyman for Burton. On the second
ballot Kalanianoale again voted
for Weeks and Lyman for Hughes.
On the third ballot both Kalani
anaole and Lyman vote for
On the second day of the con
vention Robert W Breckons was
nominated and elected national
committeeman for Hawaii.
hiim- t i
j j Jt
Largest Cleaners and Most
S.initarv Kstablishtnent in the
Territory of Hawaii.
J J J
High Class Work.
Laundry Relumed by
Free of Charge
To Ail Towns On Kuu.ii.
t i 7 iviiig street
with Raumded Iniids Corners
are to cemttrncted that the most deli
cate tastement isretained in food kept
in their cleaai wholesome, aaalUrr
PRESERVATION OP PURITY,
axe altcomMned in the
Ask to see thlrrronderful Refrigerator .
Or write for prices and literature.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
53-65 King St.
Haleuluwehi Small Farm
New crop being harvested. For
sale in quantities to suit at 2? per
Varieties, Mohihi (white with
red skin), hua moa (dark yellow),
waianeaue (white with white skin ) ,
Send orders by postal to P. O.
Box 125. Lihue.
A Rare Opportunity For
Large Consignment of Men's And Youth's .
' Ready-to-Wear Suits That Must be Sold.
In Addition Every Item of Ladies' And
Gents' Furnishings In The Store Reduced
to Effed Sale.
Sale Now On
SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
l O.BoxNo 594 Honolulu
For The House
David Kanealii. of Wainih.i,
Hanak-i, Kauai , hereby announces
himself to be a candidate for nom
ination by the Republican Prim
ary for the House of Representa
tives. Wainiha. Hanalei. May 15. 1916.
j Your Baby's Picture
I Send in the negative and
let us make an 8" by 10"
black and white enlargement
I for you FREE of charge.
All you need to do is to
also send in at least one roll
Iof films for developing and
( Honolulu Photo Supply j
Fort St. Honolulu. I
Copyright ll.ii Stliitucr Ic Uui
Silva9 s Toggery 3 Honolulu.
Mr. Wong Hock Shi, Army Tailor
of Kapaia, begs to announce that he is at
the service of the officers and men of the
National Guard on Kauai, in the matter of
field and cress uniforms.
Mr. Wong Hock Shi was formerly army
tailor at Schofield Barracks, Oahu, at
which place he gave great satisfaction.
1 O. BOX 324
If your income were
ninety per cent of
what it really is, you'd
get along somehow
wouldn't you? Next pay
day pretend that this is
the case put the differ
ence in this bank and
let the compound inter
est work for you. The
money that you save in
this way i s insurance
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
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j - - ll' ) fi (ONE QUALITY ONLY-THE BEST)
Newest.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
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Souvenirs ! Ileur de Lis ,adies' hair,rt,s
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We neatly pack and mail ... t
Hawaiian Souvenirs. s.alp treatment. All kinds of hair
Hawaii & South Seat Curis work. Under the Hlaisdell Hotel.
Co. first door in Chaplain lane, Hono
HONOLULU. , lulu. Advt.