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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1920
H -1 .SL
At A Big Reduction,
Owing to our being overstocked in Shoes
we are making a great REDUCTION on
all styles, which include shoes of practically
every description for ladies and gentlemen.
See our lines of Ladies white Canvas
We have splendid School Shoes for BOYS
and GIRLS, all of which are being mark
ed down and are a true saving. You really
must see these bargains.
Come in and let us show you
Quality and Value,
J. I. SILVA, Prop.
. Questions and Answers
Chiropractic Similar In ilassayet
No. Chiropractic has nothing in common
with massage. Some forms of massage strive
to accomplish what Chiropractic does, but the
two systems are-entirely different. It should
always be-remembered that it is only the re
placement of subluxated vertebrae and the con
sequent removal of pressure upon the nerves
that produces the-permanent results which are
obtained in any instance,. and this no system of
massage can do.
What Does a Chiropractor Dof '
The Chiropractor by a distinct movement of
his hands adjusts the spinal segments to their
natural positions to free the nerves from pres
sure. What in an'Adjustmcnt f
An adjustment is a movement of a miinebr of
moves of the Chiropractor's bauds by which de
viating vertebrae are restored to their natural
positions. The time required to give an ad
justing move is but a few minutes.
Should an Adjustment he Taken Daily f
For most cases a daily adjustment is found
to be best. However, there are exceptions, and
the judgment of the Chiropractor should be
consulted as to frequency of adjustment.
Is a Chiropractic Adjustment Painful
Not to any appreciable extent. At lirst one
might suppose that a thrust upon the spine
would necessarily be painful. This is, however,
not true. The thrust is given with such rapid
ity and spontaneity that no disagreeable pain
is experienced by the patient. Da the con
trary, there is a decided feeling of relief as sooa
as the adjustment is made.
Consultation arc always free, and it is a pleas
ure to yive information cticcrniny Chiroprac
tic to those alio are interested.
FRANK C. M1GHT0N, D. C.
Tip Top Uuildiny, Lihue
Office Phone l."7 L Rts. 1'lione 4TA L
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
In the Matter of the Estate of
ELIZA KAHELK HOLT, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration have been issued
to CHRISTOPHER J. HOLT, as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Eliza
Kahele Holt, deceased, late of Lihuc.
County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
All creditors of the said deceased, or
of her estate, are hereby notified to
present their claims, with proper
vouchers or duly authenticated copies
thereof, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to the said
Christopher J. Holt, at his place of
business, in the County Building in
Lihue, County of Kauai, Territory
aforesaid, within six months from the
date of this notice, which is the dutgl
of the first publication hereof; other
wise such claims, if any, shall be fur
All persons indebted to the said
estate are hereby notified to make pay
ment to the said Christoher J. Holt, at
the above address.
Dated, Lihue, T. H., September 21st
CHRISTOPHER J. HOLT,
Administrator, Estate of Eliza Kahele
PHILIP L. RICE.
Attorney for Administrator.
Sept. 21,28;Oct. 5,12.19,1920.
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, will receive bids up
to ten o'clock of October 13th, 1920, for
furnishing all labor, materials, tools
and equipment necesary for the erect
ion and completion of a ten class-room
school building at Kalaheo, Kauai.
Plans and specifications are on file
at (1) Office of Clerk of County of
Kauai, Lihue, (2) Office of J. H. Craig,
Architect. 1111 Alakea St.. Honolulu,
and may be obtained by prospective
bidders upon the deposit of ten dollars.
R. F. M1DDLETON.
Sept 21, 28; Oct 5.
Round bottom motor boat hull,
feet long, 8 feet beam. Will make
a good work or pleasure boat. Com
plete with sails, tanks, etc., reudv
to install motor. Price $800.00.
See H. J. EBY. Eleele, Kauai.
Sept. 28. Oct. 5, 12. 19.
On Horner's Letter
Comment on Mr. Horner's open
leller lo llie homesteaders are
being heard almost daily. Some
homesteaders do not seem to
agree with Mr. Horner's views,
and even went so far as to say
tlii't his position was to advise
and iinl to crilicize the methods
of the homesteaders, that he was
working togciher with the plan
tations, etc. Others with more
: oiiserval ive ideas, seem to agree
that Mr. Horner's points are well
taken, that tin- high wages men
tioned are being actually paid,
aii I also that it is true that the
homesteaders themselves, by com
peting with each oilier for the
services of laborers, have put
common labor on a premium. The
homesteaders however. defend
t lieuiseh es by saying that where
there is no system established by
which all homesteaders would pay
the same wages that the planta
tions are paying from mouth to
month, lliis competition is a sort
of "necessary evil."
Several suggested that if Mr.
Horner could work out a system
which would make the wages paid
plantation laborers and home
stead laborers as nearly uniform
as possible, this evil may even
tually be eradicated, but express
ed no confidence th.it such a
system could work to the satisfac
tion of all concerned, as there is
nothing to prevent any homestead
er from paying more wages than
another without his neighbor
knowing about it. provided of
course, he has the means and can
do it without the help of the plan
With reference to the Rclinbili-f.-ition
bill, which is causing so
much discussion among our cur
rent crop of aspirants for the hon
or of t epresent ing Kauai in the
next legislature, the following nb-
-itr-icts taken from a letter receiv
ed by a local candidate for the
lower bouse t'l-om one of the le.-nl
ing lawyers of Honolulu, might be
"There are two sections in the
bill. The lirst section provides for
putting Hawaiiatis o pnrt-lia
waiiaus on the second-class or
pastorall lands, to the excuiou
of other races. 7'''. prorisim is
( lass h tislal ion, is uncn.lil u
lionnl, and would he ruled in any
court of lair.
The second portion of the bill
provides tor the continued leasing
of the sugar lauds to the planta
tions. At the conclusion of the bill is
a joker, which states in cll'cct that
if ai.y part of the bill be decided
by a court of law to be unconsti
(Utioual. thai such decision would
not invalidate any other portion
of the hill.
If the Rehabilitation Hill pass
es, hoiuesteading here will be kiil
ed. the plantations will keep Ihe
will get, .ICST NOTIllXO."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OFj
HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS IN
Estate J. K. Farley, deceased, late of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned, William O. Smith,
of Honolulu, Oabu. Executor of the
Will of Joseph Kendall Farley, late of
Koloa, Kauai, deceased, duly admitted
to probate by the Honorable William
C. Achi, Junior. Circuit Jude Fifth
Judicial Circuit, hereby gives notice
to all persons having claims against
the estate of said Joseph Kendall
Farley to present such claime to the
undersigned, duly authenticated, at
his oilice, Hank of Hawaii Building.
Honolulu, Oahu, within six months
from date of the first publication of
this notice or they will be forever
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, this 4th day
of September, AD. 1920.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Executor of tho Will of Joseph Kendall
Lihue Social Hall
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When in Honolulu
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PROVINCE OF ALI5EKTA, Vx per cent Cold F.onds,
Due in 1!i!2-1!W, yield 7-y, per cent.
PROVINCE OF UUITISII COLCMI51A. S per cent
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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO, .". per cent Five year (iold
1 Solids, due April llll'l, yield "i'- per tent.
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