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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 23. 1918
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"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of "indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to 'start to save and
that time is NOW.
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Bishop & Company
Officials of Civilian Relief
Tho uHlcorn of tho Civilian Itoliof
Mo? C. II. Wilcox, chairman, Mrs. C.
II. Wilcox, Executive secretary; K. C.
lloiinoi', Dr. 12. N.-Young, J. M. Lyd
Lto, consultalion committee. Tho
district visiting committee chairmen
nro: for Ilnnaloi and Haena, Mrs.
Deverill; Kilnuoa, Mrs. Chamberlain;
Koalia anil Kapaa, Mrs.lCopke; Kapaa
Homestead?, Mrs. H. D. Israel; liana
maulu and Llhuo, Mrs. Italph Wilcox;
Koloa, Mrs. Jacobs; Klcole, Mrs. Alex
ander; Malmwoll, Mrs. Douglas Bald
win. Walmca, Mr. C. 13. Ho'fgaard.
Monthly Pledges to Red Cross
J WAIMEA HOTEL ?
IWaimija, Kaiai g
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$5.00 per day jj
Breakfast : : 81.10;
Lunch : : : 1.00
Diniler : : 1.50
I Room : : : 1.50 .
! Monthly Kate 875.00
f R. KANZAKI, Prop.
Tho J. I. Sllva Eleolo Storo bought
a .largo stock of Mens' and Womcns
shoos before tho war price went in
ot -effect, and arc now Belling thorn at
pro-war prices. Advt.
Mlns Mobbs, a trained nurso, ar
rived from Honolulu this morning to
nccopt.a position at tho Llhuo Hospital.
Wo neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
. All Llhuo subscribers to tho Red
Cross Drivo are reaucstcd to make
their monthly payments to tho Lieu
tenants who secured tho pledges, or
to the undorslgncd.
IC. O. HOPPER,
Captain, Lihuo Sub division.
Anyono found shooting on any of
tho Llhuo Plantation lands will bo
prosecuted to tho fullest oxtont of
It. D. MOLEIt,
PAUL R. ISENRERG,
Liliuc, July 1G, 1918. Advertisement
FOUND At Lihuo, a purso contain
ing money. Owner can havo same
by prdvlng ownership and paying
for this advertisement. Apply tho
Garden Island office.
1015 Vz ton Federal truck In a-1
condition; .1016 .Oldsmoblle 5 pas.
touring car; 1015 Ford truck. For
particulars sec Kapna Auto Service.
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and I honing
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kealia
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihuk, Kauai, Hawaii
Ueposits are received subject
jc to cucck. v-cruncaies 01 ue- $
niand. Loans made an ap
Drafts Drawn on
Good crops aro bravo promises to
.Interest paid on Savings De
nosits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term f
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received Up to
52,500 in any one account..
Safh Dkposit. Boxks for
Runt $2 and $3 A Ykak
Gathered from here and there
On account of tho high cost o all
food stuffs in Walmca, tho rates of
tho Waimoa Hotel havo had to bo
raised, according to tho statement of
Mr. Kanzaki, tho new proprietor.
In order to keep up tho standard
of tho cuisine which he has started
and to conform tb all tho food regula
tions, ho feels that it would bo next
to impossible, unless he raised tho
rates. Ho lias figured out that if ho
is to give a maximum of food for a
minimum price that ho has to do this
and that oven with the advanced
prices that ho will maUo only a very
small margin of profit.
Ho lias raised the monthly rate to
$7f, with tho following schedule of
prices, for tho transient guests:
lireakfast, $1.00; Lunch, $1.00; Din
ner, $1.50 and Room, $1.50.
However as long as ho serves, tho
best that the market affords ho feels
that tho people who patronize his
hotel will not feel that they aro being
ill treated by theso new prices. Adv.
REGISTRATION NOTICE !
All young men who havp reached
the age of 21 since tho last regis
tration aro hereby notified that they
must register .on July 31st, 1918 at
their nearest polling placo.
J. D. Marques of tho bank of Haw
all, Honolulu, is a visitor on the Is
land. Judgo C. 11. Hofgaard, District Mag
istrate of Walmca, has boon re-appointed
by Governor C. J. McCarthy.
E. Lindner, representing- tho Hoff
schlager Co., of Honolulu is regsterod
at tho Lihuo HotoL
C. A. Rico departs for Honolulu this
afternoon to attend a directors' moot
ing of Lihuo Plantation Company.
D. 13. Machonachio of tho Royal
Hawaiian Garage and E. A. Halo re
presenting tho von Hamin-Young Co.,
Ltd., aro on Kauai on a business trip.
Max Uolte, timokeoper for tho Kea
lea plantaton, was among tho. draf
tees who wont to Honolulu on 'Satur
day. Rev. Marcus E. Carver lo now tem
porarily in charge of tho Church of
tho Holy Apdstles In Hllo, having
succeeded Rov. J. Knox Qodell, who
is with tho Hawaillu Infantry at
Schoflcld Barracks. Tho now pastor
Is from Waimoa whero ho has had
a congregation for soveral years past.
The Misses Mengler, teachers at
Kckaha, departed for Honolulu last
Saturday, at which placo they will
spend a part of their vacation. They
will probably visit tho Volcano be-
foro returning to Kauai.
Manager Rocndahl of tho McBrydo
Storo has ordered a largo 2-star sor
vice flag which will be flown In hon
or of the boys who havo answered
tlio call of tho Colors from that storo.
Sheriff Rico sent 20 moro draftees
to Honolulu last Saturday. This last
shipment fills Kauai's quota and wore
meant to fill tho places of those who
were found wanting in their physical
condition "and also those who1 were
in the guard at tho timo tho draft
call went forth.
Mrs. W. F. Sanborn and Miss An
nie Doverell of Hanalei, wero among
tho departing passengers for Hono
lulu last Saturday night.
Mrs. II. C. Crown departed for
Honolulu last Saturday whero sho
will await the arrival of Mr. Brown
who will go over tonight. Thoy ex
pect to catch tho next Sonoma for
tho coast. Thoy will visit with re-
ativos in Melrose, Mass., for a hort
timo before reporting at Y. M. C. A.
headquarters in Washington for ac
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RED CROSS DONORS
J J j J Jt j J J J J J
Mr. and Mrs. John Bush of Koloa,
departed for Honolulu for a short vis
it with friends.
"Extravagance coats blood, the
blood of lieros." Lloyd George.
'And now is the time to learn how to cook in comfort all the year round. It is New
Perfection Oil Cook Stove Week.
!An oil cook stove assures that your kitchen will stay cool even in the hottest sum
mer weather, because the heat of the stove is concentrated on the cooking-.
There is no smoke or odor; no dust or dirt. And you have all the convenience of gas.
Lights at the touch of a match and heats in a jiffy. More convenient than coal or
wood. Better and more economical cooking all the year round.,
Look for the Big Blue Discs in your dealer's window. Go in and ask about oil cook
stove comfort and convenience.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
THESE STOVES FOR SALE BY
LI IIl'IS STOWK - . . Lihuo
Wm. Hyde Rice $1000.00
.Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Rico 500.00
Mary W. Rico 500.00
Christina Carticr 80.00
Chas. S. Ishli 25.00
Hannah Mizutani 8.00
A. Furukawa . S.00
S. Ichioka 8.00
Y. Kanja 8.00
Manuel Jesus S.00
John Halemanu Sr. 8.00
Noboru- Sadaoka 1C.00
Kiyosaku Sadaoka 8.00
N. Tsuchiya 8.00
Klnemon Ando 8.00
Y. Hada 10.00
S. Ishida 8.00
Kinji Ando 8.00
0. Komatsu 5.00
T. Nonokawa . 5.00
1. Okita 8.00
II. Tsuda 8.00
K. Furukawa ' 12.00
Akau Kaiawo ' 8.00
Ah Poon 8.00
K. Iokapa 8.00
John Mu 8.00
Kouma Jr. 8.00
Keahi Kapaka 8.00
Kauwila Paauhi 8.00
Kanikcla Sr. 8.00
Ed. K. Halemanu 8.00
Henry Mallna 8.00
Mr. and Mrs. John Malina 12.00
Maulili KupulQ S.00
John Mitchell . S.00
Ah' Ho 8.00
Mr. and Mrs. Nano Kapulo lfi.OO
Wm. Kaiawo 8.00
J. A. Do Spain 25.00
U. Seki J 10.00
1; Ono . 5.00
M. Takahashl 5.00
U. Toyaina G.OO
lkarashl Sr. 5.00
M. Suzuki . G.OO
KHchl Olm 8.00
M. Ishii . G.OO
K. Maida G.OO
Wm. Richmond 8.00
J. Fujita 8.00
T. Akimolo 4 5.00
Mr. and Mrs, Kolohaiolo 10.00
II. Plko 8.00
S. Inouyo 8.00
Tammy Kosaka S.00
Ah I ling 8.00
II. Kimura 8.00
Mr. and Mrs. Kaala Kolau S.00
Mrs. II. Plko 8,00
E, Akama 7.00
S, Kusaka G.OO
Editli Rico 10.00
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