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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TtJEiDAt, OCTOBER 26, 120
Keen Kuttcr tools can always be relied
upon to give long and useful service.
They are built for the man w ho earns his
living with them by men who have studied
his needs tor over half a century.
They have incorporated into Keen Kuttcr
cools an excellence of quality and work
manship, and a correctness of design and
construction, which only experience can
The result is perfection to the very small,
est detail. Even the wedge in the
hammer h a s received considerable
thought. It is specially rmdc in such a
way that it fairly w elds the head to the
wood. No matter how much you
pound, the head will not fly off.
Such working superiorities added to
quality unexcelled fit Keen Kuttcr tools
pre-eminently for the skilled workman's
Simmons Hardware Company
"The nttllmkn of QUAL ITY remaint
hi after t'ie PRICK ii firgoltrn."
t a.ntfa - h. C. Simmon.
LET ME BE CONFIDENTIAL
To lots of folks, it does, sound uiihelievalde
that sick people can be made well without medi
cine. And how adjusting the spine can help
headaches, and rheumatism, and such things,
coc seem, at lirst thought to be rather far
fetched. Years ago, when 1 was doing shorthand re
porting for a large .Medical Society, 1 became
prejudiced (lyuinsl 'hiroprnetic, from listening
to my medical friends hooting the claims of a
Dr. Axtell. who was practicing in my home city.
They said that he should be stopped from prac
ticing, that he was a quack of the lirst water,
and a danger to the sick of our community. And
I think they sincerely believed it, too.
Hut one day I passed Dr. Axtell's ollice, ami
his waiting room was crowded. I saw him, as
he ushered a patient out, and he didn't look
like a man who would be insincere llliinisclf ;
he looked, rather, like a man who had a kindly
interest in the well-being of his fellow men.
Then, one summer day, I was lifting my
canoe into the water, and my foot slipped on
the wet dock, and in saving the frail canoe, I
wrenched my back. -My family doctor, the most
prominent in the city and a member of the fac
ulty of the -MedicaU;o liege, advised me to wear
a belt to support my spine, and-it would soon
heal. 1 wore the belt, but it did not get belter.
A few months later, I was in I'ortland, Ore
gon, and called at the Hacilic Chiropractic Col
lege, to visit a friend who was then a student.
My student friend finally called in Dr. Howell,
the 1'resident of the college, in consuliat ion con
cerning my wrenched back. A simple, quick
adjustment, and the vertebra slipped into place,
ami the pit in Ujt!
In their clinics I saw wonders being perform
ed that I knew had baffled my Medical Society
friends. 1 talked with the clinic patients, and
learned their history. 1 heard from their own
lips their story of improving health, when spec
ialist sifter specialist had given them no help or
encouragement, and they were finally driven to'
a Chiropractic free clinic, after their money
and hope were almost gone. Chiropractic was
their last straw!
And right there 1 knew Chiropractic had in
it something that Medicine lacked. They were
rrumriny I he aiuxr, when my medical friends
had been only trail iny thv vjjatx! Within two
years, I was enrolled as a student in that Insti
tution, ami as time goes on, and I roll up suc
cess after success in my Scroll of Daily Work,
my enthusiasm never wanes, because 1 know the
satisfaction of him who serves others, when he
turns their Darkness into Light, their Despair
into Hope, and their Sickness into Health.
I want I'll iropi ttclic to merit your ( oulidcin !
Ask for free booklet, mailed on request,
"Opinions of Medical Men and Osteopaths lie
ga riling Chiropractic." Your faith will be in
spired by the prominence of some ol the mimes
you will see there.
FRANK C. MIGHTON, D. C.
Tip Top Hldg., Lihue
Tel. 157 L.
The Lihue School Is breaking ground
for a new Manual Training building.
The Senior Athletic Association has
turw.'d in f.io.no for the KauaiCooper
utlvo Athletic Goods Store.
The number of children enrolled in
the school Is 73r,. with 24 teachers.
The faculty includes Miss Green,
Mrs. Soper, Mrs. Warner, Mrs. Hogg
(sub.). Miss Kni'wl, Miss Trindle, Mrs.
Gomez. Miss llrode, Miss Ketcham,
Miss Jordan, Mrs. Mesick. Mrs. Wede
Moyer. Miss Sheldon. Mra. Lane, Miss
Thompson. Miss Tseu, Mrs. Ross, Miss
Akana, Mrs. IJishaw, Miss Turner, Mrs.
Fountain, Mis3 Shaw, Miss Jacobs, Mr.
Werner, and Mr. Simpson, principal.
The school has organized a Junior
i.nd a Senior Athletic League. The
Junior League consists of the fifth and
sixth grade. This League has col
lecied $5.7ii. The Senior League con
sists of the seventh and eighth grades.
This league has collected $18.75.
Mrs. Lane, the second grade teacher,
has been sick for a few days and Mrs.
f'hilliugworth is taking her place.
Tin' Domestic Science dept. in
charge of Miss Doris Jacobs, is serving
about two hundred lunches every day
to til'; children and about twelve teach
ers are having their lunches at the
Uiii In n. The children are having a
very practical training both in the
preparing of the lunches and serving
A night school of more than forty
pupils U being conducted by Miss
iirode, Miss Trindle and Miss Ketcham.
Work was begun in breaking ground
for the new manual training building
on Thursday. October 20, 1920.
The shop will be built by the boys of
the school. The building will be
three times the size of the one we
The school is making the garden
larger. It is now twice as large and
the boys of the seventh and eighth
grade, the two sixth grades and the
two fifth grades are working hard to
get it ready for planting.
Kauni High School
The Lihue Social Hall was the scene
of much merriment last Thursday
afternoon. The occasion was the In
itlation of thirty-five new members
into the Kauai High School corps of
the Girl Reserves. The affair was
given, by the four old members, with
the kind aid of Miss Soule.
The program consisted of a few
comical stunts through which the
candidates were put. which caused no
small amount of noise and fun. Fol
lowing this was the initiatory .program
which admitted the girls into the club.
The business over, the girls sat down
to refreshments consisting of ice
cream and cake, and to discuss the
various effects of the stunts upon the
On Monday the Sophomore English
class staged a debate, to which mem
bers of the other English classes were
most cordially invited. The subject
was: -Resolved: That the United
States should enter the League of
Nations." For a class that has never
debated before, they did excellently,
and deserve a great deal of praise.
The decision of the judges was given
in favor of the aflirmative, although
the negative had some very good
points and good speakers.
It is the plan of the English classes
to stage inter-class debates as soon as
they have become more accustonrVd to
the rules of the game.
We didn't have lunch in the new
domestic science building this Monday
after all. We postponed the great
event, until next Monday.
A big shipment of chairs for the
high jichool came in on Friday's boat,
so. now everybody can have a chair
without having to carry it with him
from room to room.
The first inter-class foot ball game
will be played on the high school
held on Thursday afternoon. This will
he the first foot ball game the .school
has ever played, and is being looked
forward to with great interest.
The outstanding event at Koloa this
week was the entertainment and dance
given Saturday, October 1, for the
purpose of raising money for school
A a community affair the event was
an entire success. Parents and child
ren, especially the latter, literally
crowded Koloa Social Hall, and made
an attentive. well behaved crowd.
Opinion has it that the Koloa teachers,
in spile of some stage fright and the
hort time for preparation, did w'.'H
with tin; program.
Koloa School is now assured of suf
ficient funds for a lively uthletic pro
gram, a well as a balance to use for
itdornnient of the school and additions
to its playground facilities. To be
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Announcing Holiday Goods
We are receiving and have to arrive within
the next few weeks
The largest, most complete, well selected,
' best assorted line of
HOLIDA Y GOODS
shown on Kauai, since the war was de
clared or before. These will
consist in all
of articles useful, ornamental, decorative,
AND TO EAT
The displaying for sale of which will begin
Early in November
We will appreciate your looking over what
we have and buying if we can suit you
Hours: juj j. ;: i;
except ing Si'judays.