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Tim GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1912.
omething for Nothin Only One Thing in the World Can be Had for Nothing "TROUBLE" - Plenty of that for the asking Buyers never buy trouble. When you exchange your money for a suitable Christmas Gift at the MAKAWELI STORE You get the best your money can buy anywhere. REMEMBER THE OPENING DAY NOVEMBER 18th. As a Special inducement to customers and also so as to get a start we shall give a discount of 1 0 per cent on OPENING DAY ONLY TOYS left over from laSt year go at ANY PRICE. Waimea Stables LIMITED Up-to-date L-ivery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto Livery Business. AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS T W. WEBER Manager. Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48 SOME DAFFYDILS Which Made Ye Editor Daffy K. SAITO HANAPEPE AGENT FOR THE FINE 1912 MODEL INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICES 4 h. p. 1 Speed, $215.00 7 h. p. 2 Speeds, $325.00 TiiP history cf the Indian in ulnm; Mill'irii'iit to ostahlish iltf Mi riur cjiial 'Vj and position as the li'iulint: nmtorryulr, not only of Amt-riru hut l tin 'worlil. Messenger Service Let Us Do Your LAUNDRY Territorial Messenger Service If Main street ran to Hanatna nlu would a brick walk? If there were a hundered cows in a dairy, would the butter milk? If a calf balked in the road, would a screwdriver? If a woman had a million dollars, could a strikebreaker? If a little girl wouldn't go to school, could a shoemaker? Question Why d i d the salt shaker? Answer Because it saw the spoonhokler. If the aeroplane the clouds, could a skyscraper? If your window had a pane, would you colonade. If your kitchen roof leaked, would the kitchen sink? If mother got mad, where would billboard? If a train is running 60 miles an hour can a grasshopper. If Satan tempted Eve, who de viled Ham? If Anthony courted Cleopatra, who could Socrates? If a conductor can get rich in a week, how does the street carfare? If the refrigerator saw the kitchen sink would the ice cream. If the car was so crowded it would hold no more could Benjamin? Would a tight sash give a win dew pane? If the kitchen is dark, will the tablespoon? If Mary Garden would sing would a peanut roaster? If Mennes gave a party, would Talcum? If you steal a penny are you in nocent? If the wind is rough, let an aero plane it. When a hen crows, does the rooster lay? If the lady of the house should die, would the kimono? If a woman was left a widow, would the hose-supporter? If an elevated train weighs 15,000 pounds, how much does the subway? Anna Held her hands over her ears because she didn't like the cigar-band? Did Romeo pay for what Juiliet te? I don't know, Alaska. If a baby was left an orphan would the safety razor? If the preserves should go to the seashore, would the jelly fish? If knives and forks go in pairs, what makes the table spoon? If your phonograph won't play, will the cigar band? If a young lady is fond of fruits, why don't the lemon snueezer? h 'I Mar;-. , v..:..v jiv-vv: iiv e h '-4 , v 17. !,-i-:r" v :,-, Aj,,..,.,,.? "J i , I KM , , in!'," t.,.WV ?r--a i'Wfi-!'1!'"!' : i ;!!:;'!l!i!'"l!;(Xi' 'mi' 'SB: 3d- iiill mm ami-. " ..C I: i'! mm liiii I mm 10 "mm I;:: jriU'.'t wmkM:.h;ii !i!ifrMlirtrkrkM Jiir V:iiS !' i HKJK ! I I lillinLilllllflJti.il i.'J.iJ A 5 a manner is guiJed ly a Star,' XJh ao is a smart dresser tfuidej by a "STAR SHIRT." .50, $2, $2.50 and up Silva's Toggery, Ltd. "The Store for Good Clothes" HONOLULU The Eleele Store The House With A Reputation For Squareness J. I. SILVA, Proprietor. Mechanical Supply Houses Send for Free Booklets 8t iiKy itu auuui 111c i l ua-vuil line Ul tpchniral finific; nnrl pnamplc fnr all kind of painting, damp proofing and water proofing. Very valuable information for Planta tion Managers and others. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIANI SLANDS IHOXOLULU "Human nature" is a handy scapegoat for all our faults. Eoruerv: a crooked path with a I ...,,1 at i.a.ii urn. Address Individuality in a man leads te success; in a woman to being talk-about. HONOLULU Money talks which is one way of saying that the wheel of fortune ' is full of spokes. Matrimony may be love's undertaker. Cheap advice is apt to be dear if you act upon it. Give a man half a chance and he will uncover a small grouch. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP Makes Laundry Work Light. Sold by all grocers. There are no tomorrows on the calender o f the man who does things. READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50