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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 25, 1917
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K. C. HOPPER, ... Business Manager
The Late Dr. Watt
Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec. 1
Dr. Henry C. Watt, son-in-law of
the late Gen. William ,T. Palmer,
died this morning at his residence
in Colorado Springs after a lone ill
ness of tuberculosis. Dr. Watt was
born in Liverpool, England, Jan.
29. 1872, and received his medical
degrees in England. He went to
Honolulu in 1898 and there became
an American citizen. He came
to Colorado Springs for his health
in 1903 and practiced medicine
here for some years, being private
physician to General Palmer.
In September, 1909, Dr. Watt
married General Palmer's youngest
daughter, Marjory Palmer, who
survives him. Dr. Watt's parents
arc dead , lie has one brother, pas
tor of the Episcopal church at Pee
bles, Scotland. Four sisters sur
vive him Mrs. William Fisher of
this city, and three sisters living in
Dr. Watt was prominent in medi
cal circles here and a member of
the 121, Paso club and treasurer of
the Colorado Springs Golf club. The
body was taken to Denver this fore
noon for cremation. The ashes w ill
be returned here and the funeral
services tomorrow will be private
bv the Rev. Arthur N. Taft, pastor
of St. Steven's church. Mrs. Watt
has been quite ill for several weeks
and will be unable to attend the
W. W. Cohagen, formerly con
nected with the sales force of
Schuiiian Carriage Company, has
arrived on Kauai to take charge of
the sales department of Nawiliwili
Garage. Mr. Cohagen has had
large cxpcricnco in this lino of
work both in Hawaii and on the
mainland and has come to Kauai
determined to boost the automobile
business on this island.
The German Christmas Tree
DAVIS 111 Lihue, Dec. ISth, 1917,
to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E Davis
of Grove Farm, a daughter, Bar
MORRIS & COMPANY'S
in r. t . , ., . r . -- . -. - - r
Santa Clau s Has Taken Up His
Where the Largest and Most Varied Stock of Christmas
Goods Ever Brought to Kauai Is Now on Display.
Cut Glass, Brass and Porcelain Vases, and Jardinieres,
Tea and Coffee Sets.
Fine Lace and Embroidered Handerchiefs.
Hawaiian Souvenirs. Everything in Curios, Jewelry
Lacquer Ware. Trays, Handerchief md Glove Boxes,
Tea Tables, Taborettes, Cabinets, Etc.
Japanese Novelties. Scarfs, Kimonos and Kimono
Jackets. Silk Novelties, Frames, Pin-cushions, Work
STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS
In accordance with their time
honored custom the Christmas-Tree
cavricd through in the absence of
Mr, ami Mrs. Jsnnbcrg 1V iir. uin
Afntirt. HMmvn una nKrmf fhn 11 VI in 1
attendance of happy and expectant
, M-l..- il...!.. t.w.wi
CIIIMIICU Willi llll'ir ).UUIll!, lliuiu
or less, and they had a very joy
ous time of it. They sang Christ
mas carols, alter tne good out ier-
man custom, aim uien goyiuuy iu
ccived their presents of toys and
other simple Rifts such as children
love, and a bag each of Christmas
Tliov verv much missed their
patron benefactors Mr and Mrs.
Isenberg and there were many
hcaitfelt expressions of sympathy
and good will for them.
Mrs. Bridgewaler and her niece
Miss Haslon were finally released
from quarantine last Saturday
noon, when they took an automo
bile and proceeded to enjoy their
freedom : when Just seen they were
lou never know how nice it is to
bo able to go until you are cooped
In Tim Circuit Court, Fri'Tir
Circuit, Territory oi
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In the matter of the drawing of
names of persons to serve as Grand
and Trial jurors at the UHS term.
Order fixing time and place of
drawings and directing publication
of notice thereof.
It is hereby ordered that draw
ings of the names of the persons to
serve as Grand and Trial jurors at
the 1918 term of this Court be held
at 9 o'clock a. m. Monday, .January
M, 1918, in the Couit Room of
this Court in the County Building,
at Lihue, County of Kauai, and
that notice theicof bo given by at
least one week's publication of the
time and place of the same in the
Garden Island a newspaper of gen
oral circulation, printed and pub
lished at Lihue in this Circuit.
Dated Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii.
December, 19th, 1917.
(Sgd) Lyijj A Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
Dec. 25. Jan. 1
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The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihue Kauai,
will receive bids up to 10 o clock a.
m. of January 2nd 1918, for furnish
ing all materials anil erecting a
JM'x-l-l'-f) room cottage on Kauai
High School gi omuls at Lihue.
Certified check to accompany bids,
150,00; Bond $800,00. Upon a de
posit of $500 the undersigned will
loan a set of plans and specifications
to any prospective bidder.
.1. H. MoitAUXE,
County Road Supervisor.
Dec. 11 18. 25, Jan 2.
Notice is hereby given that the
1918 Telephone Directory will go to
press on December 2otli. All
changes in method of listing or ad
ditions should he forwarded by mail
to Box 2'M Liluionot later than the
20th instant in order to be includ
ed in the new Directory.
Kai-ai Ti:i.. Co.
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai.
All persons having claims against
the undersigned are notified to pre
sent same for payment on or before
the "ml of January, 1918.
Li:i: Wo Ciia.no,
General Merchandise and Restau
rant. Lawai, Kauai.
Any one found shooting on any
of the Lihue Plantation Company V
lands will be prosecuted to the full
est extent of the law.
V. Wi:m:it, Manager,
oprilbUlait Scturfucr & Mux
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
Paul 11. lsi:.Nin:wi, Lessee,