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THE GARDEN ISLAND,' TUESpAY, OCTOBER o, 120
A Gasoline Supply Station to Serve
Best Must be Prepared to Operate
Speedily and Accurately
As well as safely and economically for both
the owner and customers. These essentials
are provided by
primarily, and by the design of the Station,
With a BOWSER "Chief Sentry" installed,
the handling of gasoline is reduced to a
science. This is the greatest and fastest out
door pump manufactured.
Gasoline put into this outfit remains in its
original state of strength and purity until
pumped out. No strength can be lost through evaporation
and no dirt can get in.
For full particular s regarding Bowser Oil Storage Systems write
S. F. Bowser & Co., Inc.
San Francisco - Los Angeles
Fort & Queen St.
V. J. Burgess
The stomach is the most abused organ of the body, and
considering its im porlii net , should come in for Jar more thought
and care than it note yets,. At ur present rate oj eating and'
drinking and indulging our Julse and cultivated appetites for
the carious modern dishes, ire irilt become (f race of dyspeptics,
(lood teeth are the first requisites of stomach health. Wittout
(jood teeth the stomach has no. chance, to rest between meals.
When any part of the body no longer has work to perform it
tends Ui become diseased, ami so uiih the teeth, lit' no longer
lire on coarse food; ire uerer think of ruling a meal of raw
regetubhs to give our teeth a vhunce to uork. Instead ire eat
only soft foods which are quickiy sirollowed without being
properly mired with saliva.
Cold drinks are harmful to ILe .stomach in a number of
ways, first the blood is temporarily .driven uway, all digestion
is slopped for a time and all niutubolism is disturbed. Spices
and salt are very irritating to the lining of the stomach, not to
mention the liquors anil soda iraters and other harmful drinks
served to the public or manufactured at home.
You muy ask why it is that twopeople of the same age
and living on the same food, one will not be bothered with his
stomach and the other will always complain of puin, uncom
fortubleness, or a sour or gaseous stomach condition. The
AX S Willi is IX Till: Si'iXK. The first person has normal
nerve supply and in spite of the unfitness of the food continues
to do well' The other person has not normal nerve supply to
the stomach and is consequently continually suffering with his
stomach. ..H Q
Were 1 to crumiue the person suffering with his stomach
I would find a painful area where the stomach nerve is given
off from the spine. I would also find that the vertebra was
subliucd, or in other words misplaced and out of alignment
with its fellows. .YOU' if I adjusted that vertebra every day
for a time until it returned to normal, the stomach would be
relieved and the patient would get well and thus would be
made another booster for the science of Oil 1 11 OP II A t 'TIC.
So might it be with any of the other organs of the body;
they all respond to adjustments, readily.
Consultation and examination free.
FRANK C. MIGHTON, D. C.
Tip Top liuilding, Lihue
Office I'lionc l."7 I, lies. l'hone 454 L
SURPRISE PARTY '
FOR I. HALL
It was indeed a surprise which greet
ed Mi1. J. II. Hall, on Saturday evening,
when a dozen friends dropped in un
expectedly nt his home in honor of his
birthday. All formalities were soon dis
pensed with, and everyone played the
part in keeping with the costume
which they wore.
MiKs Kissinger, as "Meg,. the Witch,"
kept the cauldron boiling. While Miss
lhompson as the Grasshopper saw
that everyone was kept on the jump.
"Theda Hara" (Miss Cheek) rendered
a service to everyone by 'vamping' the
Pirate (Dr Mighton). and thus saved
the family Jewels. A mad scramble
for the skipping rope and the jacks and
toys kept "Mary Jane'' (Miss Adelaide
Barker), and "Duster Brown" (Miss
Hardell ) and Mrs. Bayless as "Emmy
Lou", in a continuous uproar."
The more dignified costumes were
Mr. Pee, as "Topsy," and Miss Alma
Barker us "The Marine," while Mrs.
Shelley as "Sis Hopkins" was absolute
ly true to life, with her air of bashful
simplicity. Mr. Hall, who showed his
versatility in changing from the sub
lime to the ridiculous when attired as
"Little Pansy" was voted to be the
scream of the evening, and a wealth of
latent humor was incidentally unearth
ed. Mr. Bayless appeared to advant
age as the Spanish cavalier, and Mr,
Scrinner formulated the unique cos
tume representing a well-known auto
mobile tire whose slogan Is "It's time
to retire." Mr. Broadbent was not in
Costume, and acted as governor on the
hilarity of the evening.
Many little tokens of remembrance
greeted Mr. Hall, including a beauti
ful basket of flowers from Mrs. W. H.
REGO PUALI MATCH OFF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
In the Matter of the Estate of
ELIZA KAHELB HOLT, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
of Administration have been issued
to CHRISTOPHER J. HOLT, as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Eliza
Kahele Holt, deceased, late of Lihue,
County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
All creditors of the said deceased, or
oi ner estate, are hereby notified to
present, their claims, with Dronerl
vouchers or duly authenticated copies
thereof, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to the said
Christopher J. Holt, at his place of
business, in the County Building in
Lihue, County of Kauai, ' Territory
aforesaid, within six months from the
date of this notice, which is the date
of the first publication hereof; other
wise such claims, If any, shall be for
All persons Indebted to the said
estate are hereby notified to make pay
ment to the said Christoher J. Holt, at
the above address.
Dated, Lihue, T. H., September 21st
CHRISTOPHER J. HOLT.
Administrator, Estate of Eliza Kahele
PHILIP L. RICE,
Sept. 21,28;Oct. 6,12,19,1920.
Sporting Editor Garden Island As
manager of Louis Rego, I must decline
to accept the challenge of Willie Puali
to a wrestling match for the following
reason: That when I explained to
Puali that the match must be straight
catch-as-catch-can, with no strangle
holds or jiu jitsu holds, he said that
Rego could use any holds he pleased
and that he (Puali) would use any
holds he pleased.
I can not, of course, allow my man
to wrestle under any such conditions
Puali will have to prove himself a
clean wrestler by meeting other men
before he can ask for a match with
ANTONE NOBRIGA, JR.
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, will receive bids un
to ten o'clock of October 13th, 1920, for
furnishing all labor, materials. tools
and equipment necesary for the erect
ion and completion of a ten class-room
school building at Kalaheo, Kauai.
Plans and specifications are on file
at (1) Office of Clerk of County of
Kauai, Lihue, (2) Office of J. H. Craig,
Architect. 1111 Alakea St.. Honolulu,
and may be obtained by prospective
bidders upon the deposit of ten dollars.
R. F. MIDDLETON.
Sept 21, 28; Oct 6.
Round bottom motor boat hull, 32
feet long, 8 feet beam. Will make
a good work or pleasure boat. Com
plete with sails, tanks, etc.. readv
to install motor. Price $SO0.OO.
See H. J. EBY. Eleele. Kauai.
Sept. 28. Oct. 6, 12, 19.
The lumber schooner Port An
geles which was delayed for a consid
erable time finally discharged her
cargo at Ahukini, and loaded with
sugar for the coast taking 1475 tons.
She left a week or so ago.
The Ka Moi, an old-time Hawaiian
schooner is at Ahukini landing a load
of lumber from Hilo.
The Literary Digest will give prom.
inence to Hawaii in its "Winter Tours
In America" article.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI,
I wish to extend my thanks to those
who supported me in the primary elect
ion on Saturday last.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI:
I take this opportunity to thank the
voters of the County of Kauai for the
loyal support they gave me at the
primary election. I trust you will
allord me the same support at the
I). K. HAYSELDEN
Lihue, October 4th. 1920.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI:
I take this opportunity to thank the
voters of Kauai for the kind support
given mo at the late primary election.
I trust that you will again give me the
same support at the coming general
Your obedient servant,
JOHN' A. HOOPALE.
Lihue, October 4th, 1920.
All shooting on the lands of Lihue
Plantation Company, Ltd. is forbidden.
All former permits to hunt on these
lands are cancelled.
CHARLES A. RICE.
Lessee of shooting Tights
Lihue Plantation Co., Ltd.
Registered thoroughbred Berkshire
hogs one boar and five sow. En-
J quire of K. C. Ahana, County Bid.
Choosing Your Bank
Five questions that should In'
answered satisfactorily when you
choose ii 1 1 .-i 1 1 k i 1 1 ix connection.
. Is the bank conservative, yet
2. Is the bank growing.'
i. Is the bank ready to help my
sound plans for business ex
. Are the officers ready at all
times to listen to and adriie
with me on my business af
fairs.' it. Is the bank of real help to the
This Rank can answer
To every quest ion.
Start your account
THE BANK OF BISHOP & CO., LTD.
Kapaia Garage Co.
U. S. TIRES
c Wilis a p
Automobile M o t o r cy c I e Gas
Engine and General Repairing
Tel. 228 - - - P.O. Box 236
To make room for new stock we are now selling more than
twenty thousand rolls of wall paper at discounts vcryiug from
fifty to twenty yi-r cent. This is you;- chance to replace that
old, soiled wall paper with somcihi.:g b.-ight, artistic and up-to-date
in every respect.
('all or write for samples and make your selections early.
The Home Beautiful Department
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Materials, Ilonolulu
1(!!-177 S. King St., Honolulu
Due to the great success of the Holt Caterpillar engine
or tfactor work The Holt Manufacturing Co. now have
on the market a stationary engine suitable for all classes
of work. This engine operates on gasoline, distillate or
kerosene. Ktandard sizes are HO, 45, GO and 75 horse
If you know engines you will be pleased with the Holt.
Write or see us for particulars.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.