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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. AUG. 6. 1919
They Like Kauai
.1. A. Johnson! auditor for the
Boyal Hawaiian Sales Co., Ltd.,
was in Li hue last week in the in
terests of his company. Mr. John
son was accompanied by his wife.
They visited all the jdaees of in
terest and were very much impres
sed with the beauties and gran
deur of our island. Mr. Johnson
lias been 4(i years in the Territory
but this is his lirst visit to Kauai.
The Sweet Potato
The sweet potato is coming into
its own in the Fnitcd States. It
ranks second in-value among nil
the vegetables. The crop of 1!)17
was worth !() million dollars, and
the crop of l'HS. 117 million.
The South is the natural home
of them. There has recently been
a sort of sweet potato conference
at Birmingham. Alabama, in
which the sweet potato interests
have discoursed the various prob
lems of plant ing. growing, storing,
shipping and selling, with much
consequent nenein to all concrn-
ed. and the general public as well.
Hawaii ought to get in on this
forward move of the sweet potato
Dissolution of Co-Partnership
Notice is hcrchv given that on
the ;!0th day of June. A. 1). I'll'),
the Copartnership firm of Kapaa
Purchasing Ciuild. maintaining
and carrying on a general mer
chandise business at Kapaa, Dis
tnct ot Kawauiau. Countv of
Kauai, was dissolved by mutual
consent: that the partners of the
said Copartnership lirm at the
date of dissolution were M. Mat
da. T. M'yasato. S. T;
Hiyane. all of kapaa.
ira and S
Hi strict of
a. Kauai. T
Jnh- L'!. A us. f.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned have on the 1st dav
of July." A. I. l!tl!i. formed them
selves in co-partnership for the
term of Ten ears and as follows :
Firm name: Kapaa Purchas
l'Lue of business: Healers in
general merchandise at Kapaa.
Histrict of k.iwaihau. County of
Manager. Haishiro Taniashiro.
Names and residences of part
Haishiro Taniashiro. K a p a a.
S. Taira. Kapaa. Kauai.
Kapaa. Kauai! T. H.
Inly Aug. ..
AO 77 (7."
The Annual Meeting of the Ilui
Kuai Aina o Wainiha. will be held
at their Building at Wainiha ou
the 4th day of September, HU!t. at
10 o'clock a. in., and all members
of the said Hui are. charged to be
present in person at the time and
place specified above, that ihey
may learn of the affairs of the
said Hui. and may elect the neces
sary ofticcrs for the coming vear.
I AMI'S K. A POLO.
Pres. H. K. A.. Wainiha.
Kapaa. Kauai. Julv
Aug. .. 1-2. lit. I'd.
The Annual Meeting of the Hui
o Ilaena will be held in the Haena
Hall, llaon. Kauai, on the full dav
of September, PU'.t.
All members of this Hui are
hereby charged to be present in
person at the time and (dace speci
fied above, that they may learn of
theh affairs of the said Hui. and
may elcti the necessary ollicers
f'ou the coming vear.
.1 l l-' 1J v l II l i
Pres. II. K. A. lla'cua. Kauai.
Kapaa. Kauai. July J'.i.
Au-'. ". 11'. 1!'.
NAWILIWILI GARAGE LTD.
Oldsuiobile Four Cylinder
Chevrolet "Pur I'll 7.
Chevrolet "I'.Mf PUS.
We guarantee our used cars to
tie as represented. 1 iiese cars
have been overhauled and are bar-;1
gains. CASH OU TEBMS.
(Continued from page 1)
Miss C. Muinford has broken up
housekeeping and gone to the Li
hue Hotel to stay several weeks.
Later tin she goes to Honolulu for
a time, and from there ou to the
coar.t for a much needed and well
Mrs H. V. Faye and family who
are summering in Hanalei, spent
a few days last week at their Wai
mea home, taking Alexander and
Hudolph Isenberg over with them.
Mrs. Frank L. l'utman, who was
in Liliue ns the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Crawford for a week
departed for Honolulu Saturday.
Prior to that she visited Mr. and
Mrs. Erie Knudsen at llaletnanu
for a fortnight.
Mrs. 1L L. Wilcox and Mrs.
Walter Scott arrived on the Kinau
Friday morning and returned to
Honolulu bv the same boat the
next day. Mrs. Scott and family
leave for their home in Oakland
the middle of August, and she
came down to pack her belong
ings and generally get ready for
Mrs. Trowbridge and daughter,
of Kapaa, returned Friday morn
ing after a very pleasant visit
with relatives and friends in Ho
Master William Ghering, who
spent some time visiting friends
in and about Lihue, returned to
Honolulu on the Kinau Tuesday
Herniot Stanley and Hob Mott-
Smith, after having spent a week
in the delightful Kokee region
; ramping over the hills nad val
leys in search of goats and a gen
eral good time, returned to Hono
Capt. Geo. B. Leavitt of Port
Allen, made a Hying trip to Hono
lulu last w eek, returning to Kauai
n the Kinau Friday.
Catherine and Hilda Von Holt
Emily Cooke, Foster Horner,
Chas. Hike and Spike Heywood
who have been the house guests of
Edith and Juliet Bice for some
weeks, returned to Honolulu Sat
urday by the Kinau. They had a
;oyal good time while on Kauai,
oeing everything and everybody
.ar and near.
The many friends of Mrs. H. I).
loggett will be glad to know that
he is on Kauai visiting her par
tits at Grove Farm. She is ae-
! eotnpanied by her family of five
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Hofgaard
were returning passeygers on the
Kinau Friday last. Mrs. Hof
gaard has been spending some
weeks traveling on the other is
lands. She went to Maui and
Frances Baldwin of Honolulu,
who has been spending a few
weeks with her uncle. Mr. B. 1.
Baldwin and family, returned to
her home Saturday.
Mr. Kric Knudsen. commission
er of edut.it ion for Kauai, and
Miss B. Hundley, supervising'
principal were passengers on the
Major Larrison, formerally of
the Government Hydrographic
Hcparnuent. spent several days on
Kauai last week, representing the
American Factors in the Wailua
water deal. When asked about it.
he said nothing definite had been
decided upon as yet. He returned
to Honolulu ou the last Kinau.
Mrs. Aldrich. sister of Mr. Nor
man Brown of Makaweii. returned
l'" H""1"1'' Saturday after hav-
visited with her brother and
his wife for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilcox and
f iniily and the Waterhouse chil
dren Patty. Elizabeth and Lee.
relumed to Lihue yesterday after
a week's camping on the Kokee
Mr. Newt (mi
Peck of Honolulu
"l''ding the summer at Kokee
i"h Mr. A. Knudsen.
Much Appreciated Boast
The Advertiser lias done a very
gracious thing for Kauai. The
Sunday edition, Aug. 2nd, eon
tains over.a full page and a half
of pictures and an excellent write-
up of the beauties of the Island.
Beginning with Kukuiolono
Park in which the writer, J. H.
Gray, sets forth in wonderful
word pictures the charm of the
place, and in which he gives us
real news about Mr. McBrydes
generous provision for the up
keep of the Park in ease of his
demise we are led on to .the
splendid discription of the spout
ing Horn, Olokele Canyon and
the Pun ka Pele region and Ha
The whole thing is so interest
ing that we would advise Kauai
atiH to secure extra copies of the
Advertiser to send to their Main
land friends. Nothing could be
better advertising for the Island.
Next week we hope to repro
duce the seven photographs in the
Garden Island and later, extracts
from the written material. In
the meant hue we are very grate
ful to the Advertiser for giving
us such a fascinating discription
of our natural wonders.
Your Car Will Run Smoothly
If Lubricated Correctly
Motorists seldom realize the
damage which can be done to
their cars unless the correct con
sistency of lubicating oil is used.
The hidden parts of the car, which
require the most careful lubrica
tion, are so seldom exposed to
view that the injury done to them
by an incorrect grade of oil does
not become evident until some
thing gives way. Scored cylin
ders and badly worn piston rings
are common troubles.
Correct lubrication has be
come an exact science. The Stand
ard Oil Company maintains a
Board of Lubrication Engineers
who have determined by exhaus
tive study and actual tests the
correct consistency of Zerolene
for every type of automobile en
gine. This Board is continually
at work determining the best oil
for keeping the moving parts of
the automobile engine at the
highest pitch of efficiency.
Just as the wise man goes to
his banker for advice on financial
matters or to his lawyer to
straighten out his legal difficul
ties, so the motorist who desires
the best results from his car goes
to the expert in lubrication. For
the conveniences of motorists, the
Standard Oil Company has pre
pared a correct lubrication chart
covering every type of car. These
charts show the correct consis
tency tif Zerolene oils and greases
as determined by the tests and
studies of the Board of Lubrica
tion Engineers. By following the
chart, every man can rest assured
that his automobile is correctly
lubricated, which means better
performance and longer life for
Lets Try This
One otthe automobile country
cfuns or America requests its
members to stop and brush away
glass or other harmful material
found on the roadside. They are
to carrv brushes for this verv
purpose and are asked to keep a
record of the number of times
they stop for a way-side clearing,
and to report how they think the
material came to lie there.
Not a bad idea. inaf. We know
of some people on Kauai who do
that very kindly service for the
public without belonging to any
club. Now that ihe saloon is a
thing of the past it is astonishing
how little bottle-neck glass or
other edged obstacles are to be
found. A by product of the bles
sings of prohibition.
Plantation Managers Attention
Many of your former men re
mained in Honolulu upon leaving
the Serviie. They are rapidly j
firing of the streets. We will glad !
ly gather them and send them'
where needed if transportation is
For information apply to
PACIFIC SERVICE INSTITUTE,
P. O. Box l.iriJ. Honolulu.
The Gasoline Famine
gives you the opportunity to have your
car thoroughly inspected, overhauled
and fixed up. Bring your car to us,
and we will do the rest.
All Work Personally Inspected.
The Oldest and Largest
in the Territory of Hawaii
Friendship or Experience?
Friendship is a line thing, but in an executor
is more to be desired than Friendship.
The Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd. has had
more than twenty yearn extensive and Kuccrssful
Experience in the management of estates.
You are assured of faithful and ellicient serv
ice if you name this old reliable company as
executor or trustee.
We are Here to Serve You
Consultations and commu
nications cordially invited
120 S. King St Honolulu T. H.