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THEfGARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 26, 1918.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWIU, KAUAI TELEPHONE 494
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all hours, Day and Night
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The bcsl in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
at Nawiliwili. Kauai
A , R O N
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Akuus for Kauai.
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We Iicrewill il;c om- Imw to Ilic Kauai public iiiul lake
(his opjiorl iinil - In slali- llial our lini', new plant is now
completed anil wc arc ready In attend In your automobile,
wants and needs at any lime of the day or n'i-ilit.
oiw aim is to aivr: .iuuediatu tsuuvivn iy
liVliltY l!l,'A.('ll OF OTA' .V.s'.VWN.s
NV invite your inspection of our line of accessories. We
have everylhiii; you need.
At the head of our Kleclncnl Department we Imvo
. C. B.
HAWK I! lUJU'TlilVlAX
who was formerly with the. von 1 lanuu-Vouim Co.. Ltd.. of
Honolulu. .Mr. Luce's pel holiliy h'. ilATTKRV TLM WI'.LKS.
If you have any such tiling just liriii-; Ihem to him and he
I..Lfj.v he will lis it. '
AH kinds of electrical work altiiuded to in :i nmslevlv
HV an- Ajint.s for
MK l'. TIIK I'.KsT
Ajji Hi s I'm
74 Queen Street, - .
STORKS KYKIiYU II V.WV.
& CO., LTD.
I law .in .
. Honolulu, T. H.
Personals and Local Items
Thero lire Ktlll 01,921 bagH of sugar
on Kauai awaiting shipment.
Tho tanker Prlmera Is discharging
G.000 casus of oil at Port Allen.
A. Hebard Case has boon sick abed
with a fever, but Is up and around
George K. Carter will pay Kauai a
visit In the near future in tho Interest
of the lied Cross. '
Harold ICvorett, tho wireless man,
has been suffering with a very sore
arm, rcpultiug from Inoculation with
"Poacher," tho youngest Bori of Mr.
and .Mrs. J. M. Lydgato, was operated
on for appendicitis last Saturday born
lug. Ho is getting along nicely.
Frank Cook of Walmea Is driving a
car which looks and runs like it had
JiiHt come out of the factory. It was
rovuriilshcd by the Kuual Garage.
A Filipino police was shot through
tho calf of the leg last night by an
unknown assassin, while walking
along tlio road at Kapna.
Tho Kauai high school will have a
Held day at Nuwtliwlll at 9 o'clock on
Friday, .March 29. A number of
sports will be indulged in. such as
iiiiupiig. Jumping, .irilliug, etc The
imblli' is invited to attend.
William Danfortli, who has been at
Mann for some years has boon ap
pointed head lima at Kckaha, to sue
coed William Suhultz who has re
signed. F. Weber or Walinen will ..no
coed Danfortli at AInna.
Any donations for the working fund
of the Kauai Auxiliary A. R. C. will be
very acceptable. Please send the
same to Mrs. C. H. Wilcox, Treasurer
of the Kauai Auxiliary, Honolulu Ha
waii Chapter A. R. C, Llhue.
Tlie Garden Island is always thank
ful for news items. Tho island is
large, with towns far apart, and it is
not always possible to visit every sec
Hon of the week. If anything lump
pons in your district of public Inter
est, phono to us about nt.
The Knuai schools from Kalaheo to
Maim are all under the supervision of
tho Western Unit of tho Red Cross
of which Mrs. K. A. Kuudsen is chair
man. 'Poachers and pupils of these
schools are asked to consult Mrs.
K Hudson in regaid to supplies and ur
rangements for work.
The standing of tho various schools
in tho garden contest last week was
as follows: First Walinc.i. second Li
hue, third Kapaa, fourth Makawoli,
tilth Anahola, sixtli Haualcl, seventh
Kalaheo, eighth Koloa, ninth Wailua,
tenth Haena, eleventh Kauai Gram
II. J). Wishard was tho first four
minute speaker to address the citizens
of Lihue on war issues, and his talk
was bright and to the point. Judge
Lylo Dickey gave the noxt address,
and it was also well received. If all
the speakers chosen prove to be as
able, the government will be well rep
resented. Since February 11 the thirty-six pu
pils of the Llhue Lutheran school have
purchased $100 worth of thrift and war
savings stamps, and the rivalry' among
pupils to sec who will bo able to save
the most to buy the stamps is keen.
The first wek $1S worth of stamps
was purchased, which jumped to $43.75
the following wek, and to $3S.no the
third week, making a total of $100.25.
Food Administrator Child publishes
a notice stating that meatless and
porkless days will continue in vogue
in tho islands, notwithstanding that
tho jirdcrs on the mainland have been
changed. Hawaii lias no surplus of
either beef or pork, and it has there
tore been deemed wise to continue
tho meatless andsporkless days until
Tho Uobluson Brothers have been
growing some very lino corn in tho
Kanoo district. It is of tho Guam va
rioty, which seems so thrive so well
on tho islands generally, and which
has proven so suitable to tho condi
tions which prevail on Hawaii. Tho
elevation of tho district where the
corn was grown Is about CRO leet
above sea evlovl
Tho Kohiuson llrothcrs havo been
growing some very fino corn In tho
Kanoo district. It Is of tho Guam va
riety, which seemnis to thrive so well
on tho islands generally, and which
has proven so suitable for tho condi
tions which prevail on Kauai. Tho
elevation of the district wliero tho
corn was grown is about six hundred
GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO.,
Notice Is hereby given that tho An
nual Meeting of tho stockholders -of
THIS GAItDKN ISLAND PUIILISUIWI
COMPANY. LTD., will bo hold at the
! olllco of Its president, Mr. C. A. Kirn
1 Liliue. T. II. on Thursday, March 28.
i PUS. at 2;:i0 o'clock p. m.
K. C. HOPPKK,
1 LIhuo, Kn.ua!, T. 11., March 12. 1918.
Endorses the Fair
Tho National Food Administration
through Its Island representative. J,
F. Child, endorses the territorial fair,
which will take placo In Honolulu In
June, and promises Its hearty BUpport
This assurance Is contained In a let
ter to Dr. A. L. Dean, chairman of
the fair's fod conservation commit'
tee, from the local food administrator.
In appointing Mrs. Fred W. McFare
lane, member of tho women's com
mittee of tho food administration, to
serve on Dr. Dean's committed, Mr.
"The food' ndlnistratlon In Wash
Ington endorses all fairs and exhibits
which tend to encourage production or
promote conservation, and I assure
you that you havo the hearty support
of this olllco in tho coining lenitorial
Daughter of the Gods
Annette Kellcrmann, she of swim
ming fame, Is coining to tho Tip Top
theatre on Monday, April 1, in tho
Gods." This Is'tho big film staged on
the island of Jamaica a few years ago.
I'lio tropical scenery shown is very
It is a sort of a fairy nymph story
threaded with a romance staged part
ly on land and partly on sea Keller-
maim and her sea nymphs tiro feat
ured in a number of daring marine
hints, and when trannspoited from
I lie land of Neptune to the palace of a
Moorish sultan, whore -die becomes
enamored of prince, of tho realm, a
vlstu of scenic investiture of gran
diose conception is revealed. Gar
dens and forest, tropical vet dura mil
foliage are intertwined in a striking
There are armies, throng) of civil
ii'iis in picturesque Oilcntal costume
tented cities, palaces, bewildering ma
Livestock at the Fair
Honolulu, March 2fi A real horse
show, the first over hold In the Islands
will take place at tho territorial fail-
June 10 to Ifi. On display at the Polo
Club paddocks and in action on the
track and field in front of the grand
stand will bo shown a galaxy of ani
mals representative of every breed in
Hawaii. There will bo parades that
will include jacks, mules, big draft
horses and marcs, light driving horses
and teams, thoroughbreds, standard
bred animals, polo, ponies, cavalry
horses and bronchos.
A number of plantations are expect
ed to enter teams of draft or light
driving animals, and Colonel Schoflold
h.is intimated that the army may be
represented by at least one fine team
from each of the military posts on
Oahu Tho army also may exhibit
mules, a display wall worth witness
Ins. as the Government buys only the
best stocl; and its mules include speci
mens of tho highest grades raised in
Among entries already filed for the
horso show are the following: H, C.
& S. Company, Hawaiian-bred saddlo
stallion, Imported light brood mare,
imported draft stallion and imported
draft brood mare; C. H. Judd, two
Hawaiian-bred saddle animals, Ha-wqllan-ored
driving horse and im
ported driving horse; H. W. Hice,
Hawaiian-bred saddle stallion and Ha
waiian-bred polo pony; Grove Ranch,
Hawaiian-bred saddle stallion, Ha
waiian-bred light filly, imported draft
stallion and draft colt under 4 years
on for appedicltis last Saturday morn
of age; Dr. L. B. Case, Imported driv
ing horse and Hawaiian-bred saddlt
animal; D. P. RR. Isenberg, Hawaiian
bred saddle stallion and imported sad
Ernest Ilrecht. of Lahaina, Maui,
has donated a silver cup which will be
hung up for tho best Hawaiian-bred
saddle animal. Tho livestock com
mittee holies to obtain an export
judge of horseflesh from tho mainland
to inspect tho exhibits and mako
Wholesalers and retailors in certain
localities are shipping and delivering
Hour and back ordering tho substi
tutes. The Food Administration does
not approve of this practice.
If substitutes are not in stock wheat
Hour should not bo delivered until ro
(lillsite substitutes aro available.
Substitutes may be sold without
Hour and used as house wife decides.
Customers should ho cautioned to buy
substitutes in smaller quantities In
order that 'they do not spoil.
J. F. CHILD.
Food Administrator for Hawaii.
STOCK OWNERS ATTENTION
Owners of stock aro hereby notified to
keep their animals off our land, as wo
aro preparing to plant cnops of corn,
S. H. LUCAS,
C. K. YAP.
March IS, I91S. Advertlsmout. -it
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In tho Matter of the Ustato of Hans
Frlodrlch Wllhelm Isdiibori'. doeous
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notlco Is hereby given that letters
testamentary havo been lffoucd to the
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, as
oxocutor of the will of Hans Frold
rlcli Wllhelm Isenberg, late of Llhue,
County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
deceased. All creditors of said Hans
Frledrlch Wllhelm Isenberg aro here
by notified to present their claims
with proper vouchers or duly authenti
cated copies thereof, even If the claim
Is secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to said Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Limited, at its oflico 120 South
King Street, Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, within six months from the
date of the first, publication of tills
notice or tlioy will bo forever barred.
All perrons Indebted to the said Hans
Frlodrlch Willielm Isenberg arc here
by notified to mako immediate pay
ment to the undersigned us said ex
ecutor. Dated, Llhue. Kauai, T. H March
19th, 191 S.
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited,
Kxocutor of tho Will of Hans
Frlodrlch Wllhelm Isenberg,
Freur. Prosser, Anderson & .Marx,
Attorneys for executor.
March 20, April 2, 9, It!, 2.'!.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers- In i'rob.ito
In tho Matter of tho Kstato of Fran
cisco Ferreira, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
ON READING and Filing the Peti
tion of Louis A. Cabral, of Eloele
Kauai, alleging that Francisco Fer
reira of Lawal, Kauai, died Intestate
at Lawal, Ka'ual, on tho 14tli day of
Dec. A. D. 1917, leaving property in
the Hawaian Islands necessary to be
administered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration issuo to
Louis A. Cabral.
IT IS ORDERED that Saturday, tho
27th day of April A. D. 1918, at 10
o'clock A. M bo and hereby Is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
tho Court Room of this Court at
Liliue, Kauai, at which time and. place
all persons concerned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
said Petition should not be granted.
Dated at Liliue, Kauai, March 23, 191S.
(Signed) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
Attest: (Signed) 1). Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
March 20, April 2, 9, lfi.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the KAUAI TELEPHONIC
CO., LTD. will bo hold at the ofilco
of tho Treasurer, Mr. G. N. "Wilcox, at
Lihue, on Thursday, tho 2Sth of
March, 191S, at 9:00 a. m.
C. H. WILCOX. Secretary
Kauai Telephonic Co., Ltd.
Lihue, March lGth, 191S. 2t.
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Hay, Gkalv and Chickkn,
Sole Agents for
International Stock. Poultry Food
and other specialties. Arabic for
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Wholesale and Retail droren'
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Get more out
of your clothes
The few dollars you
spend fur dry clean mi;
bring back a live fold
You save money by
investing it fur fault
less dry cleaning at
? .no :
FRANK COX, Manage
W. hi. ZIMMERMAN
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