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THE OABDE2T ISLAND, TUMDAY, MAY 11, 1920
Why We Sell
VOU rely on us to sell you good
tires. If the tires we sell you
fail our reputation with you is gone
That is why we carry Goodyear
tires, tubes and accessories we
are abosolutly sure that they will
not fail to give you satisfaction.
They get y ou there and they get
Then we make your business
doubly secure by rendering a real
dyed in the wool service. By reg
ular inspection of your tires and
real advice to you from time to
time, we make it possible for you
to get all of the miles out of your
tires the Goodyear has built into
OUR HARDWARE DEPT.
HAS RECENTLY liEEN REPLENISHED BY TUB
RECEIPT OF NEW LINES OF
ARM CHAIRS, DINING CHAIRS, HIGH CHAIRS,
ROCKING CHAIRS, SEWING ROCKERS,
STEP LADDERS, STEP-LADDER STOOLS, STOOLS,
FOLDING IRONING BOARDS
' WHITE AND CREAM ENAMELED IRON BEDS,
GREEN ENAMELED IRON COTS, WOOD COTS,
SPRING, EXCELSIOR, FELT, FLOSS, AND
ENAMELED BATH TUBS, CLOSETS, LAVATORIES,
' DRESS TRUNKS, SARATOGA TJWNKS, STEAMER
TRUNKS, LEATHER, FIBRE AND MATTING
BICYCLES, BICYCLE TIRES, BICYCLE ACCESSORIES
A. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF "FACTORS"
COLORS, ENAMELS, PAINTS, STAINS, SHELLACS,
Tho former altitude record of 19,300
feet, hold by Olaf ("Swcdo") Moycr
hoffor, made In San Diego In 1917 with
an old typo Curtlss plane equipped
with an 80 H. P. motor, has boon shat
tered. An altltudo of 21,800 feot was
made by Walter T. Varnoy flying a
Lincoln-Standard airplano equipped
with a 238-horsopower Hispano-Sulza
motor. This now Pacific Coast alti
tude record was mado over tho City of
Varnoy "took off" at 10.01 o'clock
attaining an altltudo of 10,000 feet on
his- first circle of tho field. The furth
er series of circles took him out of
sight of the spectators on tho ground.
His attempted altitude of 25,000 feet
failed on account of tho lntenso cold
and the rarity of tho air. At 14,000
feet he began to feel the cold and tho
thermometer on tho "ship" registered
six degrees below zero at the maxi
mum height attained on this flight.
Varney's face and even his hands al
though encased in fur gloves were
blue with cold upon landing.
While Varnoy reported he had dif
ficulty breathing at this great altitude
he had no engino difficulty whatever.
VaVney used Red Crown gasoline and
Zcrolene lubricating oil. Under the
normal conditions of the first stages
of his flight ho climbed at the rate of
1,000 feet a minute, but at an altitude
of 18,000 feet the air was so "thin"
that at times the piano dropped 50 to
75 feet before catching hold and tho
speed was cut to 600 feet a minute.
Varnoy did not attempt to break tho
record set by Major Schroedor who,
flying a Le Pere, attained a height of
39,000 feot. Major Schroedor on this
great climbo was equipped with oxy
gen tanks and apparatus and electric
heated clothes. Varnoy plans other
flights over San Francisco and expocts
to establish a now altltudo record for
the Pacific Coast.
Moycrhofter, Chief Test Pilot for the
Varnoy forces, also mado a test flight
and attained a height of 19,600 feet
which is 300 feet better than the rec
ord ho established three years ago.
Moklhana Club Meeting
Tho Makihana Club holds Its regu
lar May meeting on Wednesday of this
week. Miss Soule and Miss Langwith
are the leaders, and they have arrang
ed a splendid welfare program that will
cover briefly much of tho work being
done on this Island. Mrs. S. W. Wil
cox, Mrs. Moragne, Miss 'Jordan and
Miss Wilcox are to be the hostesses.
The Oldest and Largest
in the Territory of Hawaii ,
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
Over One Million Dollars
SOME OF THE LARGEST
in this Territory have been managed
by the Hawaiian Trust Com
If your estate is large or small you
will be interested in our service as
Executor; Administrator or Trustee.
Come in and talk it over.
We are Here to Serve You
Safe Deposit Vaults
What is in a Name?
What is your Name Worth?
Bankers everywhere, every day,
pass upon tho value of names.
Some names are worth more than
others. To make your name of
THIS BANK PAYS i
INTEREST ON SAVINGS
THE BANK OF BISHOP & CO., LTD.
tho "wireless1' yard has just under
gone a spring cleaning of tho mdi't
drastic kind. Mr. Filipino yard man
certninly knows his business and has
cloancd out weeds, Underbrush and
small scrubby trees, with tho result
that tho ptaca looks 100 per cent bet
tor. Mr. and Mrs. Dow have had sev
eral evening bon Are parties that have
been enjoyed, not only by their friends,
but by nil tho neighbors and passorsbr
who happenod to look at tho right
TERRITORY OF HAWAII .
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu
In re Dissolution of the WAIMEA.
WINE COMPANY, LIMITED
Whereas, tho Waimea Wino Com
pany, Limited a corporation esiaDiisn-
ed and existing nnder and by the vir
tue of the laws of tho Territory of
Hawaii, has pursurnt to law in such
cases mado and provided, duly filed
in this office, a petition for tho din")
solution of tho said corporation, to
gether with a certificate thereto an
nexed as requested by law.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given to any and all persons that have
been or arc interested in any manner
whatsoever in the sal d corporation
that objections to the granting of tho
said petition must be filed in this
office on or before 12 o'clock noon of
July 19, 1920 and that any person or
persons desiring to be heard thereon
must bo in attendance at the offtco of
the undersigned, in tho Executive
Building, Honolulu at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to show cause, if any,
why said potltion should not bo
DELBERT E. METZGOIt,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, May 4, 1920.
May 11-1912G, June 1-8-15-22-29,
July 6, 13
GREAT IMPROVEMENT iEING ,
MADE IN WIRELESS LOT
To Whom It May Concern:
Heretofore one Chong Chee had ad
vertised In the Garden Island that he
had bought the business of Quong Tal
Jan, doing butchering and merchan
dise business at Klllwai, Kauai, I beg
to state that he, the said Chong Chee,
did not acquire the business aforesaid,
and I beg to state that the business of
Quong Tai Jan will be conducted un-
der tho old management, and beg my
customers to patronize me and I will
give my best services as heretofore
ATOO, doing business as
QUONG TAI JAN,
AEROPLANE PICTURE8 FOR SALE
Interesting pictures of the visiting
flying machines are for sale by J.
Senda, Tip Top Building, Llhue. Set
of fifteen pictures for $1.75 Advt.
Upright piano. Inquire "P. W. Alston,
Box 356, Llhue.
FOR SALE Chevrolet runabout in Al
condition. Cheap for cash. Mrs.
A. R. Glaipyer, Phono 305L.
At Llhue Park, Sunday, a purse con
taining a sum of money. Owner can
have same by calling at this office
and paying all expenses.
A cum of money. Owner can have same
by proving ownership and paying ex
penses. Enquiro of J. P. McKechnio,
Lihue Plantation Warehouse.
Black leather note book, last Tuesday
afternoon, between Lihue Bank and
Nawiliwlll. Name H. A. Truslow
stamped outside. Reward if return
ed to this office.
I The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
The Bank of Hawaii will close
it three o'clock each afternoon
antil further notice, common
Mng Monday, March 8th 1920.