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I THE OABDEN ISLAND, WJESDAy;, NOVEMBER 1G; 1920
Real Tire Economy
Tire economy depends, ret so much
on the original cost of the lire, as on
its final cost per mile of service.
You can readily appreciate the differ
ence between paying $30.00 fpr a
tire that runs 1 0,000 niiics as com
pared with paying $2 1 .00 each for
two tires that average 4,000 to 5,000
There is a very real end. a very
good reason why n .re people
rick Goodyear In es than on
any olhfcr kind. Their combined
experience has proved that
Goodyear quaiit' and service
low cost per mile cf rervice.
Call at our Authorized
Service Station Br real tire economy.
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t Wo gnvo a concert for our kitchen,
1 sports and outing fund and wo had
our concert at Knpan Hall. After pay
ing our expenses, wo have two huiv
droit anil ten dollars and soventy-five
oeiits. Wo put some of our money
into tlio bank In the savings nccount
nntl some in tho checking account.
Our school treasurer is from the
0th grade. Tho teachers and pupils
of our school wish to thank all who
bought tickets from us. Wo wish to
thank all who helped us In any way.
Wo arc going to pay for our sporting
goods and also buy more things for
our kitchen which Mrs. Senni so kind
ly started for us.
The Hannlei school teams camo to
pipy with us on Friday. Our boys won
because thiv did not play their best
team against us this time. Their gills
won. When wc went to play with tho
iiouiuu school children, our boys won
and tlioir girls won. Wo are going to
I Personals )
J. Ft. McKechnle, of Llhuo planta.
tion, who has been very seriously III
for the past threo weeks, Is recover
ing nnd will bo out attending to his
djtties 'boforo long.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hardy, of Wai
nica, returned this morning from tho
Coast where they bao been for sonio
time on vacation.
J. B. Corstorphlnc, assistant book
keeper for Makeo Sugar Co., returned
from Town this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kephart, of the
Pond Company, are on Kauai, having
arrived this morning.
E. P. Gibson, of Cntton, Neill &.
Co., is on tho Island lepiosentlng his
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox and
-Miss Elsie Wilcox wore among tho
arrivals by the Lurliuc last Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox returned
nlay with Kilauea on Friday at Kil
auea. Playground ball is the best " Mnland 1.y tho Wllhclmln.
g.iino wo over had.
KAUAI DEFEATS ,
Wo are very busy with our Lauhala
work. Wo have orders for floor
ni.'.ts, ptir.si's, table mats, plant covers,
iirousing table mats and other things.
We are going to liavo a Community
Lauhala Store because we are too
busy with our lessons to do all tho
lauhala work. Our lauhala plants aro
very beautiful now and have hundreds
if leaves ready to pull.
Armistice Day exercises wore Iield
on Wednesday by the pupils. Mr. A. S.
'"Jush addressed tho pupils and ex-i.'.-.ined
to them what tho American
Lotion would do at Waipouli to mako
the day enjoyable to tho people of
Kapai. Mr. K. P. Morgan, manager
of tho Bank of Kauai, gave a very
Interesting talk on the subject of
what Armistice Day stands for, etc.
Mrs. Monroe, with her daughter,
who W Mrs.-K. B. Moigan, together
with Mrs. J. C. Taber, honored tho
school with their presence on Wed
nesday to listen to tho Armistice Day
The two now rooms added to the
main building relieved the congestion
T. H. Wramp. sugar boiler at Ke-
kalia was among the leturning passen
gers this irorning.
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somewhat, as two teachers had been
using one class room when school
Mrs. Johnson has been added to
the teaching staff.
Tho pupils who belong to the piny
ground ball team express keen dis
appointment that the Lihuo team
could' not muster up enough players
to meet them in that ball game sched
uled at Waipouli on Thursday. They
were all ready to play, nnd after de
feating Waimea, they surely cannot
bo blamed for being peeved that thoy
had no chance to beat Lihue oxcept
to be awarded the game thiough dc
A rather ingenious device called an
anemometer has been erected on the
roof of the main building by the pu
pils under the direction of Mr. Ray
mond. The device measures the ve
locity of tho prevailing wind with tho
aid of a storage battery which, when
connected wll'i a l'e" -ings once for
each mile. With the aid of a watch
and counting tho number of times the
boll rings in one minute, the velocity
s arrived at.
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in tho placo of Lt. Caldwoll, while Lt.
Truscott acted as flcld. captain. In
the Kauai lineup C. A. Baggott was
put In as No. 1, and James Spalding
was acting captain.
There was an abundance of scor
ing in this game and a lot of fast and
brllllnnt plays. Also there were a
lot of wild swings that did not land.
Jariuo .ipuliling was in great form
this day and accounted for sirf of tho
thirteen goals for Kauai. Lt. Trus
cott ran him a close second by annex
ing Ave of tho 17th ten goals. C. A.
Baggott accounted for three goals for
Kauai, lie played a splendid gamo
The other scores were accounted
for as follows: 17th Lt. Thompson,
2; Lt. Stutsman,2; U. Gibbs, 1. Kaifji
Motisarrat 2, Horner 2.
At tile end of tho second period
Monaarrat got a bad spill from his
mount, which knocked the wind out
of him for several minutes. Ho was
able to resume play In the third per
iod, however, and suffered no-further
ill offects from tho mishap.
Frank Burns acted as rofereo at
both games and gave entire satis
faction. Chas. Fern was timekeeper.
Following is tho order and time in
which the goals were made:
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