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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1917
Local and Personal Notes
Geo. GolisalVes, of Gotisnlvcs it
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, is limkiiiK
business visitto Knuai this AVcok.
Mr. Gonsalves was ut one time con
ceded with Uleele Store.
' 11. N. Oliver, former manager of
Wliiinea Hotel and, Inter, Kauai
.representative of Sclnunun Carriage)
Company, lias moved to Minus and
will take over the management of
Miss Brown, late of the Kapna
school, letf for her home in Cali
fornia on Saturday. She will re
turn to the Islands in the, Fall to
take a responsible position in the
Union Schools of llilo.
F. C. Lyser, manager of the gro
cery department of II. ilackfield'ec
Company, came down on the Kinau
-last Wednesday morning. Mr. Ly
ser was accompanied by his daugh
ter Elinor, who enmo to visit, her
'aunt', Mrs. Win. Davis, of Grove
John Fernandez the popular
manager of the Kapnia Store was
married to Miss Jessie Cainara in
Honolulu on Saturday. The bridal
'couple returned to Kauai this morn
ing. The; will live at Waipouli.
Congratulations of the Garden Is
land. Wb arc requested by Dr. Glai ye'r
to give notice that a strict animal
quarantine haF been laid on tfiu
malu from the going down into the
valley beyond the Jail, to the going
out overlooking the Alakoko Pond.
Guards wjll be stationed and loos"
dogs wul be shot
Miss Searight gave a very inter
esting and pleasing exhibition of
her dancing class on Friday evening
to which the parents and friends of
the children were specially invited
Various folk dances, national danc
es etc, were executed very gracr ful
ly and with much precision.
Any amount is accepted for collection
Eight years of experience.
M. S. HENRIQUES
Kealia, Kauai, T. II,
For Frying--For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the tasie- ot .grease. They now are tasty and crisp.
Thev are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each trving.
Crisco gives pastrv a new fiakiness and digestibilitv.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
I " "now White-" " '
Snow ' White-" "
fAMn- PI AYEJiS 'PARAMOUNT
Koloa Song Birds
The "by the lequest'1 repetition
of the Koloa Cantata Friday night
at the Tip Top was a great success,
both from Uic artistic and fiituncial
point of view.
The proficiency of tho children,
the quality of the singing, the beau
ty of the costumes and the staging
of the whole affairs, were a revela
tion to those who had not seen i.t at
Koloa and relleet much credit on
Very much of the financial suc
cess of the affair is duo to the gen
erous patronage of Mrs. Wju. Hyde
Rice who "saw things through" in
her usual elliicient way.
Harry B. Ncwcoinb, renresenling
the PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE
COMPANY will visit Kauai this
week to present tho Policy Contracts
of this grand old Company. It will
be to your advantage to meet linn.
Hawaiian Trust Comiwny, Ltd.
To the General Public:
This Is Red Cross Week. That
great patriotic and humane organi
zation, with a tremendous work in
sight ahead, asks the country to
make a special effort to raise an
emergency fund of 100,000,000.
On the mainland the work is well
in hand; what are we doing here?
Apparently nothing! I do not for
get the very1 rlne work we are all
doing in the line of regular contri
butions to War Relief, but can't we
make a special efTort'fur this fund?
Won't you all who read this tell
all your friends and yourself and
all otlieis send a check or eoin. with
a line "Special Red Cross Fund,'-'
to the War Relief Committee of
Hawaii, J. A. Rath; Honolulu. No
gift too small 1
E. 1). Tknsey,
Chairman, War Relief Committee
I begin where v
others leave off.'
, Raymond's Place
At tho meeting held in Honolulu
last week by the school cojnmission,
Supervising Principal for Maui, Win.
McCluskey, was appointed inspector
general of schools, succeeding Geo
Raymond, who was appointed sup
ervising principal for Maui. The
I exchange of positions will take place
in September. ' -I
Mr. McCluskey will hold the olfico
'of inspector general until Dec. 81,
when ho will uecome satistician of
the board of education, an ollice
Ci'eatc'd by the last legislature, whicl
abolishsd the office of inspector gen
eral of schools. Maui Times.
Extraordinary values in Ging
hams and Cotton Flannels at Sil
va's Eleele Store. Advt.
. Kaahumanu Delegation
Tho visiting delegation of the
Kaahumanu Society spent a prctty
busy week on Kauai. Saturday and
Sunday they were in Waiinca where
they effected the organization of a
branch of their society; Monday
they devoted to the attractions of
Hanalei; Tuesday they spent at the
Ilnmuunutu beach; Wednesday they
pilgrimaged up to Kukaua as tho
guests of Mrs. Weber; ''and Thurs
day they enjoyed the thrilling de
lights of the Waipaheo water slide
. They returned to Honolulu by
the Mauna Loa Friday afternoon,
very much pleased with the gener
ous treatment Kauai nau given
them, and ready to speak a good
word for the Island whenever they
get a chance.
J. I. Silva's Eleele Store is offer
ing some special values in Trimmed
No Stamps Required
Treasurer Kaulukou asks that the
licensees of the county will read the
Notice i n this issue relative t o
licenses and more narticulnrlv TO
NOTE THAT NO STAMPS WILL
BE REQUIRED ON LICENSES
FROM AND AFTER JULY 11th.
Commencing next month, the
Treasurer-will make a monthly re
port to tho Board of Supervisors of
the'- amount of license fees eaeh
deputy sheriff collects in his dis-
ii ii'i .
Notice to Tax Payers
By Act 135 of Session Laws of
1917. Section 1228 of Revised T.mvs
of Hawaii, Provides that all Auto
moirne orother Power Dnven Ve
hicles shall pay taxes from time"
acquired subsequent to January
1st of the then calendar year at
the rate of ? per pound less SlVc
of the yearly tax for each month
or traction of a month.
"In determining the amount of
tax for Automobile and orher pow
er driven vehicles the weight tak
en shall be that of such vehicles
I when in oidinarv use and with all
! its accessories and fittings, includ
ing fuel and water." All vehicles
j and dogs must be taged.
Dated, Koloa, Kauai, June 16,
j J. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Division.
' June 19-26 July 3.
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, A TUK.MKN'Dors 7-;!KEIi 1'inTItK SI'KCTAChK
V.u I'.!""1 l''al",1,1,' 'strsivnj.'ansMi ever attonipled in photoplay Gorgeous
, m !"T IT-'"' S"1,il'-A Play tliut Unkw a rojummo clwml to
jourj; and ulil nil!;,.. AND
"WKKKI.Y XKWS 1'IPTOItIAL"
ELEELE, Friday -
HUi'KS: MWKKVKU SKATS CiKXKUAJ, ADMISSION LNk-
Matinee Saturday 2:30 p. m. Tip Top
In Thm Circuit Court, Fnmi
Circuit, TurrItory of Hawaii.'
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Matter of the Estate
Order. for Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for probate, of Will.
A document purporting to be
thelast Will and Testament of Ger
hardt Brandt, decensed, having on
the 15th dav of June, A. D. 1917,
been presented to said Probate
Court, and a petition for the Prob
ate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Herman
Brandt having beeil filed bv said
It is heiebv ordered, .That Sat
urday, the 21st. day of July A. D.
1917 at 9:30 o'clock A. M. of said
dav. at the court room' ot said
Court, at Lihue. District ofLihue,
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii be and the same hereby is ap
pointed the time and the place for
proving said Will and hearing said
It is further ordered, That notice
thereof be given, by publication,
once a week lor tnree successive
weeks, in the Garden Island a
newspaper published in said Li
hue, the last publication to be not
less than ten days previous to the
tune therein appointed for hear
Dated at Lihue, Hawaii, (line
Bv the Court.
'(Seal) D. Wm
Attorney for Petitioner..
Tune 19-26. July 3-10,
For Hire Day or Night
The fact that care and
skill are necessary to
do up lace curtains
without tearing or dis
figuring Is the best
reason why you
should let us launder
yours. We return
them to you just like
new and save you
bother and money.
PANAMA HA.TS CLEANED.
Kauai Laundry .
i r - i ti 1 1 r m i a it s
Wm. Ellis, Jr.
1917 SUPER -SIX J
7 PASSENGER HUDSON
-"For. Rent at all Hours
Tourist trade a specialty.
8 8T 7r O fl "B V o
Up-to-dalc Livery, Dra hi and Hoarding Stable and Auto- f
Livery Business. I
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-ONE '
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
i Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
I ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS I
I F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71 I
They do tho one
thing you have al
vrty wiehcel a
cigRvctia ivould do;
they satisfy and(
yjt they're MILD.'
Extraordinary V alues
v To Reduce Our Stocr
in Ginghams, Cotton Flannels, Suit Cases, Madeira
Embroidery, Porcelain Dishes and numerous other
For the Rest of this Month and to the
1 GET FULL VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY BY
J. I. SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
Double - Cable - Base
A complete stock of Rugged and Plain
Treads in all styles and sizes always on hand
nVKKYTHING IN TH1
SlLVKR AN1J OoLD LlNK,
Rich Cut Glass ani
Bkst Qoaiatv Only.
; P. O. Box 342 . Honolulu