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THE GARDEN ISLAKD, TtTESDAY, NOV. 9, . 1920
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vousness consists in drug treatment to hasteu
restoration of natural nerve function.
Where this error is followed it will cause
shock to the nerves and defeat the efforts the
natural forces of the body are all the time mak
ing to relieve the sufferer and give a rest to the
already overstrained nerves.
Nervousness manifests itself in a good many
ways. People are fussy, fidgety, weak, ema
ciated and diseased as a result of it. It gets
hold to the system insidiously, and is express
ed' in varying degrees of intensity while devel
oping through stages from minor to serious
Most people suffering from nervousness are
poor eaters, their appetite is poor, their stom
ach is not in condition to properly take care of
the food.' Also, they are not heavy sleepers;
tljey rarely get enough sleep at night, some
times falling short several hours of the requir
ed amount. These two conditions of troubles
are the key to most all forms of nervousness.
Now the stomach is the organ that must be
first when considering treatment for nervous
ness, for with a good appetite and an increase
in weight the trouble is bound to lessen.
Almost every patient taking Chiropractic
adjustments reports an increase in appetite and
better sleep at night, because, instead of treat
ing symptoms, adjustments get right at the
vauxe of trouble.
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Kauai High School
The students of Kauai high school,
are going to get out a school annual.
This will be the first thing of the kind
that has been attempted by this in
stitution. It Is only a theory, as yet;
the Idea being only a week old. but
we feel confident that the student body
is going to, dive right into the thing
with all the interest that could be de
sired. We hope that every one on
Kauai will have a big interest in fhis
undertaking. It will be a medium by
which the high school and the people
of the island will be brought into clos
er sympathy and understanding with
each other. Without the cooperation of
the people no school can live and
grow. A high school is one of the big
gest assets that a community can
have. To show its appreciation of the
struggles of a young institution to get
to the top and be the best, the com
munity should take an active interest
in its welfare, and keep in touch with
the things that it is doing. One .way
to do this is to read the annual, for id
it will be recorded, by the students
themselves, the activities of the school
from its first year of life. -
On Thursday and Friday of last
week Mrs. Wood very ' kindly took
charge of the commercial work.
Luck seems to be coming our way of
late. Last week brought us our math
amatics teacher, Mr. Townsend, and
this week our commercial teacher,
Miss McCleltan, whom we had given
up for lost, arrived. Our faculty is now
complete, and the work is running
along in good order. As soon as the
domestic science building is completed,
which, we hope, will be soon, we can
settle down permanently to our year's
work In perfect bliss.
The boys of the foot ball teams are
very busy practicing for the big game
on Armistice Day, while those not on
the teams are practicing their yells
and songs. A great deal of rivalry ex
ists between the classes, and if some
thing doesn't happen' soon to decide
the question of superiority between
the teams, we are not going to be able
to stand the suspense.
Lihue Grammar School.
On Monday November 1, Koloa
school came over to play playground
ball against our school. Lihue girls'
Team won the game 13-5, and Lihue
Boys' Team won with a score of 15-2.
The boys and girls on the Koloa teams
are good sports. They played a fast
clean game and lever lost their en
thusiasm throughout. One thing in
particular that we noticed was that
Koloa played with a fine spirit to the
end of the game. We are glad that
we are going to play against them
again on "Victory Day", November 11.
It it going to be a most exciting game
for both teams.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoag of, Pasadena,
California, visited our school Monday
November 1st, and gave a psycholog
ical test in grades 6 to 8 Inclusive.
It was lots of fun.
We have cleared off a large space
of hilahila on the new school yard,
but it has grown so large now that
we cannot pull it out by the roots.
Mr. Middleton has promised to send
some men to help us. We are glad,
because the hilahila sticks our hands
so. Instead of pulling hilahila, our
teachers are going to teach us some
folk dances, games and setting-up ex
ercises. We will like this much
Last Friday our school reporters
did not send in any news because we
had no school.
The carpentry class has just com
pleted eight typewriter tables for the
commercial class of the night school.
The new Underwood typewriters are
here and Mrs. Wood of Lihue is con
ducting the commercial class.
Little Hazel Simpson, daughter of
Mr. H. S. Simpson principal of the
Lihue Grammar School, was doing her
bit to coach for the Lihue jteams
both boys and girls to earn the
game.' There were also many other
good coaches besides Hazel.
Monday afternoon at Hanamaulu,
the boys and girls crossed bats with
the boys and girls from the Huleia
school. The girls went to bat first
and the score was in favor of Hana
maulu. Then the boys had their
turn and again the score was in Hana
maulu's favor. The games wore
much enjoyed by all who witnessed
them. The Huleia boys and girls
deserve much credit for 'the sports
manlike way in which they took their
Mr. Pugh, vocational instructor for
the Island, spoke very highly of the
school garden and also of the school
kitchen which has lately been estab
lished through the kindness of Mrs.
Wm. Hyde Rice Sr.
Night school was opened this week
with three classes. It will be held
on two nights of the week Tuesdays
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In order that the people of Kauai may reap the
Any Market Changes
Which have taken place, and to Reduce our Stock,
previous to inventory
We offer during the month of November
These liberal discounts in our
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
MENS' SILK SUIRTS..... 30fo
." GOLF AND WORK SHIRTS (except Heudan) 15
" SILK HOSIERY 23
" COTTON AND LISLE HOSIERY 10fo
COLLARS 1 15
PAJAMAS AND NIGHTGOWNS .'. 20
" AND HOYS' HATS AND CAPS 207o
" AND BOYS' TROUSERS AND OVERALLS 15
" "CROWN" ARMY SHIRTS 10
" ARM BANDS, BELTS, GARTERS, SUSPENDERS
BOYS' SUITS AND READY TO WEAR ARTICLES 20
LADIES' SILK AND LACE WAISTS 30
" MIDDIES AND MUSLIN WAISTS 25
" SILK HOSIERY :. 25
COTTON AND LISLE HOSIERY 10
" READY TO WEAR UNDERGARMENTS 207c '
" AND GIRLS' TRIMMED HATS 25
AND GIRLS' COATS ....25
" AND GIRLS' DRESSES AND READY TO
WEAR ARTICLES 20
CHILD'S BONNETS, CAPS, BOOTIES...... 15
DRESS GOODS (except Ginghams, Flannelettes, Prints) 20'o
DRAPERIES, SCRIMS, CURTAIN GOODS 15
RIBBONS, LACES AND EMBROIDERIES 25
BATHING SUITS AND CAPS ..15
JEWELRY (except Watches) and HAIR ORNAMENTS 25
GUITARS, UKULELES, VIOLINS 20
PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES, POWDERS, CREAMS,
TOILET SOAPS 10
AND ON ALL
Mens, Womensand Childrens Shoes in our
SHOE DEPARTMENT .
Bought by us prior to 1 920
25 per cent
TRUNKS, SUITCASES, HANDBAGS
15 per cent
The above discounts apply also at our