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I ttt! (UHDEtf IHiAND, OOCksDAT, NOVEMBER 23, 1920
LIHUE SOCCER TEAM
DANCE AT PUHI
inarch In which all took part. This
served to break tho ico and put every
juo atthoir easo. Tho Virginia
reel was Introduced during tho oven
'ag and proved very popular. Excel.
l:.nt music was furnished by the
riliplnoand Portugese orchestras.
The people of Puhi caiip had a
danco In their hall Initf Saturday
night which drew a largo attendance
and was a most enjoyable affair,
Thp ball was opened with a grand
Tho LlluiG Soccer Team was treat
ed to a dinner by K. C. Ahana la3t
Sunday week, In honor of their vict
ory over tho McBrydo team on that
Charles Brewer helped tho occasion
along by presenting tho boys with a
box of cigars and a box of cigarottos.
KUHIO GOES TO CAPITAL
Real Tire Economy
Tire economy depends, not so much
on the original cost of fhe tire, as on
its final cost per mile of service.
You can readily appreciate the. differ
ence between paying $30.00 for a
tire that runs 1 0,000 miles as com
pared with paying $2 1 .00 each for
two tires that average 4,000 to 5,000
There is a very real and a very
good reason why more people
ride on Goodyear Tires than on
any other kind. Their combined
experience has proved that
Goodyear quality and service
mean low cost per mile of service.
Call at our Authorized Goodyear
Service Station for real tire economy.
Naimlumlt (&nmt, JCtft
Delegate J. K. Knlanlnnaole, accom.
panted by Princess Kalanianaolo, left
for tho mainland on his way to Wash
ington to attend tho short session of
Congress which convenes next month.
Prior to his departure, tho delegate
said there was somo question whether
ho would bo able to return to Honolulu
so as to bo here during tho regular
session of tho legislature, which opens
Tho delegate is believed to be the
man to whom President-elect Warren
G.Harding will offer "the g vorncrship.
Although tho delegate asserts ho .s
not a candidate for the position, nor
does ho want it, he would accept the
appointment only if assured of the un
divided support of the people of tho
territory. Star Bulletin.
MAINLAND ASKS NEWS
ABOUT HAWAII BONDS
When in Honolulu
New, modern, high class restaurant,
centrally located. Cool and comfort
able; best food and service. European
Operated in connection with the
J.P. CHILD, Proprietor.
STATEMENT OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
OF KAUAI DRUG COMPANY
Territorial Treasurer D. B. Mctzger
has received '.he following radiogram
from tho National City Co., San Fran,
cisco: "Understand legislature will
authorize sales of balance of$2,000,000
bonds. When will you be in position
to negotiate? Adviso by letter or
wire immediately, as uncertain future
financial conditions appear tc make
prompt action desirable." The mess
age refers to the second bond issue of
?2, 400,000. Tho special legislature
will In all probability take no action
allowing the sale of these bonds at
loss than $98, which means that the
treasurer will either have to soil the
bonds at homo or await a more satis,
factory mainland market. Star Bul
letin. ,. :
Mr. U. Taira, president of tho Haw.
aiian Industrial Co., Ltd., cane and
pineapple planters and contractors of
Honolulu, departed by the ICinau Sat
urday afternoon, after spending a
week on Kauai looking into industrial
conditions on this Island.
llalaole. Louis At Lihuo Hawaiian
Church, Wednesday, November 17th,
1920, John llalaole and Francta Louis,
Rev. Kcahi officiating.
Detor and Company.
Gifts That Last
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware
and Fine Leather Novelties
Silver Gold and Platinumsmiths
Efficient Service By Mail
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STS.
Kapaa, County of Kauai, T. H. Novem.
ber 15th, 1920.
To the Treasurer of the Territory of
Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY, that on tho
15th day of November, 1920, tho under
signed entered into and formed a gen.
eral partnership, and herewith submit
for filing in your office in compliance
with law, the following statement:
. 1. The names and residences of each
of. tho members of said copartnership
aro; J. C. E. Taber, of Kapaa, County
of Kauai, Territory of 'Hawaii; C. L,
Lienau, of Kapaa, County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii.
2. The nature of tho business of said
co-partnership is to maintain and
carry "on a merchandise, drug3 and
3. Tho firm name of said ccpartner
ship is Kauai Drug Company.
4. The place of business of said
partnership is at Kapaa, in the dist.
rict of Kawaihau, and County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Witness our hands, this 15th day
of November, A..D. 1920.
(Sgd) J. C. E. Taber
C. L. Lienau
Territory of Hawaii, County of Kauai.
On this IGth day of November, 1920,
before mo personally appeared J. C.
E. Taber and C. L. Lienau, to me
known to bo tho persons described
in and who executed tho foregoing
instrument, and acknowledged that
thoy executed the same as their free
act and deed.
(Sgd) M. S. Henrique3
Notary Public, Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
..Blue and white enameled bar pin
2 in. long, 3 sapphires, Engraved
on back A.C.S. from A.R.G., Between
Lihuo Park and Puhi camp Sunday
afternoon. Leave at G. I, office. lie.
JAS. F. MORGAN
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
No. 125131 Merchant St.
BURNS In Kapiolani Maternity
Homo, Honolulu, November 17th,
1920, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Burns
of Kealla, Kauai, a daught r.
MIDK1FF In Lihuo, Kauai, Novem.
her 23rd, 1920, to Mr. and Mrs, John
H. Midkiff, a dnughter, Fartha Jean.
COME AND SEE
Our beautiful line of
Now on display
t. ,t t. 4. 4. fr4.. ..-
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
Notice is hereby givon that Dang
Tal Mong, on tho 15th day of Novem.
ber, 1920, bonght the Goods, Wares,
and Merchandise of the storo of Hing
Cliong, at Lawai, district of Koloa,
Kauai County, Territory of Hawaii,
and that ho is not responsible for any
debts contracted by said Hing Chong
before .or after tho date of above
(Sgd.) DANG TAI MONG.
Nov. 23, 30; Dec. 7, 14.
No Matter What You Do
No mutter what-you do, you are going
to spend some money needlessly.
All the precautions taken are not goihg
to wholly avail, because you are a
human being with weaknesses
peculiar to tho race.
One safe way to assure yourself of
some savings, is to arbitrarily take a
certain amount each week or month
and place il to your credit in a savings
account at this bank; then recognize
your particular weaknesses by using
your will power to guard against them.
Yon will thus spend a minimum need
lessly and at 1he same time will be
building up an excellent
4 Interest Paid on Savings
THE BANK OF BISHOP & CO., LTD.
On his recent trip to the
Coast Mr. Adams picked up
a few of these fine instru
mentsall in first class con.
dition at a bargain. If you
want ono speak at once.
Tho lot includes an Estcy,
Kimball, Storey & Clark,
Packard Orchestra, Durand,
, Cornish and Cottage.
Prices F. O. B. Honolulu
dock, securely boxed.
W. D. ADAMS
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu