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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1909
Remodel or Build?
If so, you will doit with (lie intention of improving upon
Our part is to interest you in our ability to improve find
perfect your sanitary equipment.
Wo handle hut one grade of Sanitary Appliances TIII5
The "STANDARD" Green find Gold
PORCELAIN ENAMHLED WARE
E. Leavenworth Elliot, authority on Acetylene Lighting,
writes as follows in "Country Life in America", regarding Acety
"It is generally conceited, liowcver, Unit those which drop the
carbide into the water, instead of the water upon the carhiilc, mid
that have what isknown as the 1NDIRKCT l'URI). are to he pre
krred." Can YOU afford to disregard THIS advice?
The OMKGA is (he only
generator on the market
with tin- IMCItFI'XT INDf
KECT VKVA) and operated
hy its own power, which
means the absence nf
WHIG I ITS, S THINGS,
VALVKS AND TULLliVS
Every piece of "STANDAKD" Ware is guaranteed to be
strictly Al quality. Let's talk it over. We have a most
Booklets on LAVATORIES, BATHS and MODERN
HOME PLUMBING are ?rec and nun' led on request.
to set out of order
Investigate and you will he convinced that the
Sunlight OMEGA Generator is the
Cjiliilojue.s, Itiformntion nml Ustimiites l:lil:t:.
The following prices for Car
bide in drums and tins have
been established by this De
QUARTER in drums of 100 lbs. V ' $5 50
NUT in drums of 100 lbs. . " . . C 5 f0
, - i
LUMP in drums of 100 lbs. . V . . " f0
A" in 10 lbs. tins . "V . 1 00
In (i till lots per enso . .? . . f 00
1-;J" in 2 II. iins . . ; -. . '
In 2'1 1 i ii lot piircMSo . . y . 'I 7f
1" in 10 lbs. fins . . .V' " . . 1 00
In (1 tin lot. per ciiso . . . 5 00
ELKCTItOLITIi in 10 lbs. tins
In 0 tin lot. per eiiso 1 .
As Reported by the San Francisco Chronicle
of June 1st, 1909.
Mitchell,..VeIie, Autocar, Inter
Five Cars Make Perfect Scores in Twenty
Four Hours Run.
Of thu o cars that made perfect
scores there is nothing but words of
praise to ho said. Tho arrival of
"Velio,'' with clean slate, gave the
crowd -its first opportunity for a
Next came along the big 7 pas
senger ITCH RLL" car, who.se
victory was a notable one. This
was the fi-M appearance of the big
Mitchell in a Pacific Const contest,
unci just to sli'iw the confidence he
bad in hi car, Manager Iv A.
Hunter loaded it up from the start
with, from six to seven passengers,
which it carried during the entire
run of '24 hours. The Mitchell
Cars aie always favorites, because,
they are always on hand lor any
kind of contest, and the success of
tho big oar yesterday, was popular.
The smaller ''MITCHELL" lost
out by a small margin. The gamk
mtti.i: car made every one of its
controls on perfect time, but it was
penalized 22 points for spark plug
adjustments. It is believed that
the foot fif one of the passengers in
the front seat broke a wiro con
necting thes park plugs, knocking
out one cylinder.
This was reconnected and a
slight adjustment mnde to a valve
I KAHULUI, MAUI, T H. I