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'THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 80, 1918
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R. KANZAKI, Prop. f
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihui;, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
"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.
Bishop & Company
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary. Savings
Deposits will he received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
S.vi'K DnrosiT Boxns for
Runt $2 and S3 a Ykar
I', Jeij& AW luutly puck and ninil
tiii&c Hnuniiiin Souvenirs.
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
! THE PASSING SHOW
TIP TOP TI1EATKI0, LlllUH KAUAI
! . FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, WIS, 8 P. M.
Selection by the Filipino Orchestra.
V. Red Cross Waltz.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
All Lihuo subscribers to tho Rod
Cross Drive aro requested to make
their monthly payments to tho Lieu
tenants who secured tho plodgcs, or
to tho undersigned.
, K. C. HOPPEIt,
Captain, Lihuo Sub-division.
Cooks tho Entire Meal.
Bakes and Roasts Brown
Tho Toughest old Rooster that over
crowed made tender when cooked in
Duplex Fireless Cooker
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"I Cook in Comfort No w-
for I have just bought a New Per
fection Oil Cook Stove," says this
No dust or dirt, none of the bother of
coal or wood. A touch of the match
and in a jiffy your stove is ready for
cooking. All the convenience of gas.
Bakes, broils, roasts, toasts, all the
year round. And a cool kitchen in
In 1, 2, 3 and A burntr sizes, with
or without ovens or cabinets. Ask
your dealer today.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
OIL COOK -STOVE
A New Perfec
tion Oil Cook
Stove means kitch
en comfort and
your friend who
has one. Used in
to operate. See
them at your deal
THESE STOVES FOR SALE BY
Lihue Slore - - Lihue
McBryde Store - Eleele
J. I. Silva's Store - Eleele
A Group of War Poems Juliet Rice
'2. Cap'n Drake
St. In Flanders' Fields
77.. .Selection by the Filipino Orchestra
IV. "The Mouse Trap," a Farce by V. 1). Ilowells
Willis Campbell, Hsq. . Aiwnod liice
Mrs. Sonimers, a widow Dora llroadbent
.lane, the maid ' Edna Howen
Mrs. Curwen .' Emu Mascr
Mrs. Miller '. Thctma Hopper
Mrs. Lou Beinis .' Ella Winter
Mrs. Huberts .' Edith Rice
' f Alice Schultze
' ' 1 Kathrccn Andradc
VI. The Kaggedv Man . . A . . .' Pcrcij Lydyate
VII. Solo, "Memories" ' Mrs. Win. II. ifico
Accompanied-by Mr. de Lacy
y77.."Shireen," An Oriental Fantasy
The Sultan '. lilanrhc Wishard
Scheherazade .Edna Ilowcn
Ahmed, Prince of Kosrousehah J. A. Rice
. Cassin, a black slave Richard Rice
Hassan, a black slave Percy Lydyate
Maimounc, the former favorite .'. Thclina Hopper
Thamar, a slave - Ledum iscott
Gulnare, a slave i 7i((f Mascr
Zara, a slave
Dcrijabar, a Persian dancer ...
Acesha, a Persian dauqer Ella Winter
Almcc, u dancer Catherine Coney
Pirouze, a priestess Orctta Theilen
Zobcide, the favorite Edith Rice
A Messenger , 1Vj7hi Moragne
Hhirecn Dora Broadbetn
Mrs. William II. Orote at the Piano
, Hdda Mascr t
, Etna Mascr t
. . Y-
Monthly Pledges to Red Cross
Anvnnn fonnil shooting on any o
tho Lihue Plantation lands will bo
prosocuted to tho fullest extent o
R. D. MOLER,
PAUL. R. ISENBERG,
Lihuo, July 1C, 1918. Advertisement
"FOOD FOR THOUGHT"
1915 V2 ton Federal truck In a-1
condition; .1916 .Oldsmoblle 5 pas.
touring car; 1915 Ford truck. For
particulars see Kapaa Auto Service.
KNUDSEN At Hoea, Kauai, Wed
nesday, July 24th, 1918, to Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Knudsen, a daughter,
The J. I. Sllva Eleolo Store bought
a largo stock ot Mens' and Womens
shoes before tho war price went in-
ot effect, and are now selling them at
pre-war prices. Advt.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORCLOSE MORTGAGE
AND OF SALE.
Toward evening, when tho sun gets
ready to sink below tho horizon, you
will recall how, in the fading light of
day, when the valloys aro already cov
ered with gloom, the high trees on
tho hilltops still reflect the warm
glow from tho reddening western sky.
Similarly, in tho midst of tho calami
ties and horrors of tho world war, tho
lust for material wealth and power,
some significant signs arc given to
any with eyes that see, and cars that
hear, pointing out a better way, a real
ity of peace and happiness, which, be
cause not made of flesh and blood, our
earthly conditions also cannot touch.
There is a delivery clerk at one of
our stores on Kauai Nei who has a
wife and seven children, tho oldest 13,
who gets $30 a month and never nnir.
lects an opportunity to do good. He
is happy and mostly whistling as he
busies himself with tho work of the
day. You might tiling tho parents
would have enough on their hands to
keep body and soul together In the
family, and the mother surely will not
have many idlo moments between
washing for them and her husband, al
dressing her youngsters, cooking and
so taking care of a couple of cows,
tho milk from which often provides
the only means of support for their
humblp needs. And yet she volun
teered for Red Cross work and of her
own free will is sewing two shirts a
week for the soldier boys in France.
What think ye, who is giving most,
this woman and the man who helps
and comforts her, or tho most of ub
others giving of our surplus timo and
means and perhaps not always thank
ful for all wo liavo coming to us with
out much work and strife.
In pursuance of tho power of sale
containing in that certain mortgage
made by Bonifacio Ciomente, of Ka
paa, County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii. Mortgagor, to C. W. Spitz,
of Lihue, County and Territory a-
foresald, Mortgagee, dated tho 27th
day of December, A. D. 1917, ani ro'
corded In tho Registry Office, Oahu,
in Liber 494 on pages 139-141; Notice
Is hereby given that tho Mortgagee
intends to forecloso said mortgage
for conditions broken, to-wit: tho
non-payment of principal and In
terest when due, and notice is here
by further given that tho property
covered by said mortgago will bo
sold at public auction at Nawillwili,
County and Territory of aforesaid,
on Saturday, tho 17th day of August,
1918, at 12 M. of said day.
Dated at Lihuo, Kauai, '
July 9th, 1918.
C. W. SPITZ,
Tho property described in said
mortgago and to bo sold as aforesaid
consists of: Ono Chrovolot "490"
Touring Car No. 943, with appurt
enances. For particulars apply to Nawiliwlll
Garago, in Nawiliwlll, Kauai, Hawaii.
A. G. KAULUKOU,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
July 9, 10, 23, 30, 1918.
A ladle's coat. Owner can have
same by calling at McDrydo Store and
paying for this advertisement.
Ford Touring Body, Smith Motor
Wheel, set of 33x4 Non-Skid Chains.
Enquire at this ofllco.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notlco is horoby given to all persons
having claims against tho estate of
Joaquim Antonio do Souza, lato of
Kealia, Kauai, Territory ot Hawaii, de
ceased testate, to present such claims,
duly authenticated and with proper
vouchers or duly authenticated copies
thereof even though such claims bo
secured by mortgago of real estate, to
the undersigned at his placo of bus
iness at Kealia Storo In Kealia afore
said, within six months from date, to-
i wit: .Inlv 3ntli. miS nn mr.li ,.l
j will bo forever barred. And all per
sons indebted to said estate aro here
by demanded to settle tho samo with
Joaquim do Souza,
Executor under the Will of Joaquim
Antonio de Souza, deceased testate.
Kealia, Kauai, July 30, 191S.
July 30, August 0, 13, 20th.
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