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'THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 14th, 1918.
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A Lawn Mower that has been well tried and stood the test is
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We carry a full line.
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Are You Passing By
the grent market for your products that is offered by the city
and County of Honolulu, which includes the supply organiza
tions of most of the large plantations, as well as the Army and
The Food Administration urges everyone to produce food
stuffs to the limit of their ability.
Here is a time and a place to dispose of your products prof
itably. Are you going to pass by the opportunity of finding a good
and lasting market, or are you going to exhibit at and attend
HONOLULU JUNE 10-15
Special Freight Hates to Exhibitors on all Transportation
Gathered from here and there
A enno ftro which for n time looked
rather serious, broke out In a flelil
that was being cut at Hannmaulu
yesterday. After n rather Btrenuoua
ttmo the flames wero extinguished
and no material damago was dono.
V. V. Hardy of Waimca, is making
a short business visit to tho metropolis.
V. V. Thrum, tho surveyor, depart
ed for Honolulu last Saturday.
O. Hofgaard of Waimca Is visiting
Honolulu combining business with
A. Horner departed on tho last out
going steamer for Honolulu.
H. P. Fayo was a departing Klnau
H. Macldnslc, of the Service Supply
Company of Honolulu returned to his
home last Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Fountain of Llhuc is
visiting friends in Honolulu.
Senator John H. Corioy departed
Saturday to attend the Special Session
of tho Legislature.
Representative Chas. H. Wilcox
took passage on the Kinau Saturday
to be In attendance at the session of
tho Legislature. Mrs. Wilcox accomp
anied her husband.
Dr. Braley, tho popular Honolulu
dontlst returned to his home Saturday
after a week of rest and recreation
with friends on Kauai.
F. Winn, of Honolulu has been vis
iting with friends in Lihuo tho past
week. He returned to Honolulu last
Services will be held in the Lihuo
Union Church next Sunday evening at
30. Special music will be furnished
for tho occasion. There will bo no
E. II. Case was in Honolulu last
week on a business trip.
The Misses Spring, Home, Perdue,
Wlckersham and Christian, teachers
In tho Kauai Grammar School made
up a picnic party to Olokele Canyon
last Saturday. Sergeant Byrne went
along as chaffeur-chaperon. A tine
time was reported.
Mr. Haddock, the popular young
chemist at the Lihuo Mill has just
finished painting his roadster. She
looks very nifty.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Territory of Hawaii.
In tho Mattor of Drawing of Namos
of Persons to Servo as Trial Jurors
at the, June Session 1918 Term.
Order Fixing Time and Place of Draw
ing and Directing Publication of
It Is hereby ordered that drawing of
tho names of tho persons to servo as
Trial Jurors at tho Juno Session, 1918
Term of this Court bo hold at 9
o'clock A. M Wednesday, May 15th.
1918, In tho Courtroom of this Court
In tho County Building at Lihuo,
Conuty of Kauai.
Dated, Lihuo, Kauai, Hawaii, May
(Sgd) LYIjE A. DICKEY,
Judgo Circuit Court Fifth 'Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
(Sgd) D. Wm. DEAN,
Clerk Circuit Court Fifth Circuit,
Torritory of Hawaii.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Terrtory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In the Mattor of tho Estato of Fran
cisco Ferrelra, deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned, Louis A. Cabral,
tho duly appointed and qualified ad
ministrator of tho estato of Francisco
Ferrelra, deceased, hereby gives not-
lco to all persons having claims again
st the estate of tho said Francisco
Ferrelra, deceased, to present such
claims, duly authenticated, and with
proper vouchers, or duly authenticat
ed copies thereof, even though such
claims bo secured by mortgage of real
estate, to tho undersigned, at his place
of business, Elcele, County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, within six
months from dato, or such claims will
bo forever barred.
Dated at Eleelo, this 14th, day of
LOUIS A. CABRAL
Administrator for the Estate of
Francisco Ferrelra, Deceased.
May 14-21-2S-June 4th.
Notice to the Tax Payers of Hanalel
In the past men looked backward
for wisdom, and the wise man spoke
from experience. To day the wise
man Is he who can make tho best
guess on what s going to happen ten
Mrs. Fred B. Tracy
ofKapaa Passes Away
Mrs. Fred R. Tracy of Kaapa Home
steads died at her homo early last
Sunday morning. Funeral services
were held at Llhuc Union Church at
five o'clock Sunday afternoon and In
terment took place at Lihuo come
Miss Ann Pennington who will be
seen at tho Tip Top Theatre next
Saturday night in that boarding school
drama, "The Antics of Ann," is con
sidered to be one of the foremost
Mr. Walter F. Sanborn has been
duly appointed Deputy Tax Assessor
and Collector, for tho District of Han
alel, Vice, Mr. L. B. Borclko, resigned.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor 4th Division
May 13th, 1918.
May 14-21-28th 1918.
FOR THE SENATE.
To tho Voters of Kauai:
I hereby announce my candidacy as
a Republican for nomination at the
forthcoming primary election, for tho
Territorial Senate, and solicit tho sup
port of tho voters of Kauai.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambors In Probate
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Charles
Blako, of Koloa, Kauai.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determination of
Trust and Distribution of the Es
tate. ON READING AND FILING tho pot
Hon and accounts of W. O. Crowoll,
administrator of tho Estato of said
Charles Blake of Koloa, Kau.il, do
ceased, whoreln petitioner asks to bo
allowed 12,112.52 and charged with
$2,169.23, and prays that his nccouts
b examined and approved, and. that
a final order be made of Distribution
of tho remaining property to tho per
sons thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties from all fur
thor responsibility therein:
IT IS ORDERED, that Monday tho
10th day of Juno A. D. 1918, at 9 o'
clock A. M. at tho Court Room In
Lihue, Kauai, of this Court, be and
the samo hereby is appointed tho
tlmo and place for hearing said Pet
ition and Accounts, and that all per
sons interested then and thcro appear
and show cause, If any thoy have,
why said potitlon should not bo grant
ed, and present ovldonco as to who aro
entitled to the said property.
Dated this Gth day of May 1918.
(Sgd) LYLE A. DICKEY
Judgo of tho Crcuit Court of ho
(Sgd) D. Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
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never fails to give satisfaction
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Honolulu, T. II.
Wholesale and Retail Grocetiei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
It takes some men twenty years to
find out that there aro other things
besides work worth living for; but
then thoy aro too grumpy to enjoy
One Kimball Piano
in good condition
Mrs. Wm. Schimmelfening
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and Iroking
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that you aro alive.
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