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TflE GAftDEN ISLAND, TUfiflDAtf, DEC 41, 1920
Restore Health Quickly
Nature is tlie Chiropractor's
only aid adjustments remove the
pinch on (lie nerves and enable
nature to do lier part in making
ami keeping the body well.
Ninety live per rent of diseases
are due to pressure upon nerves
along the sides of tb vertebral
column. This pressure interferes
with their functions; hence iulla
niation, unnatural action, pain
and distress are manifested where
these ne! oh end. It is the busi
ness of the Chiropractor to re
lease this pressure with the hands.
Chiropractic adjustments re
viving nerve inipriugenient, per
mit nature to remove the cause of
ri sense and health is the natural
Investigation costs nothing, and
means health and happiness. Con
sultation and examination free.
DR. ELTON B. JONES
Due to the great success of the Ilolt Caterpillar engine
for tractor work The Ilolt Manufacturing Co. now have
on the market a stationary engine suitable for all classes
of work. This engine operates on gasoline, distillate or
kerosene. Standard sizes are 30, 43, GO and 75 horse
If you know engines you will be pleased with the Ilolt.
"Write or see us for particulars.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
IS TIIEKE A STONE WALL BETWEEN
YOU AND WHAT YOU WANT?
Success may be so near and yet so far, but a wise man would
not undertake to destroy the wall, nor would he sit and wish
for a pair of wings, he would cast about for means to climb
Life Insurance is an important rung in the ladder of success.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL IS TDK LA KG EST LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY WEST OF THIS KOCKY MOUNTAINS.
1 Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
It is no longer necessary to "order it by
You NOW can get what you want in the
Drug and Drug Sundry line right here
If something special in our line is desired,
just let us know and we will make every effort
to keep it in stock for you.
Cal 1 in person, phone .'ii:5A-L, or drop us a
Yours for Ileal Service,
KAUAI DRUG CO.
Kapaa, Kauai, T. H.
Kauai High School
The boys' basket ball teams have
been practicing regularly every day
at the noon recess and have worked
themselves up to a strong pitch. We
feel confident that we can put up a
much stronger game against the busi
ness men than we have done before.
The election of our county officers
was held on Thursday with the follow
m r.r 4- S3
J. C. TAHEH
C. L. LI EN A U
Last Tuesday the High school girls
ball team player the invincible Llhue
school team, and we were defeated so
badly that we want to play them
again. We learned a good lesson by
that defeat, which is that cons
tant and strict training is eosential
to make a successful team. The
Llhue school girls put up a splendid
game and deserve all the credit they
ot. We have the material for an
equally good team, but what we need
is the supervision of a good trainer,
If basket ball doesn't monopolize too
much of our time and interest, we
will take up the practice of base ball
again and challenge the Lihue school
girls to another game.
The girlo had their second basket
ball game at the armory last Thursday
evening. The decided improvement
in the playing of the girls -.vas Indeed
heartening. The High school girls
organized themselves into a first and
second team and the business girls
formed a single team. The team
work that was displayed was remark
able for girls that were playing to
gether for the first time. In the
games that were played the High
school's first team defeated the busi
ness girls, and he High School second
defeated the first team by a point
A great interest is taken in these
games by the girls, which goes a long
way toward making a team a success.
Miss Soule rendered us some very
;ood instruction and coaching.
The Girl Reserves gave a Christmas
party for the boys and faculty of the
3chool last Friday afternoon at which
each one enjoyed himself to the full
A large Christmas tree, prettily decor
atei and laden with gifts, was set up
in one of the new domestic science
ms. The affair opened with
short talk by Mr. McCluskey, then the
gifts were passed out. Each and
every one was remembered, the gifts
varying from beautiful bits of handl
work to tiny baby mice, the latter
appearing in great abundance and
causing no little noise and merriment,
There was plenty of candy, so much
in fact, that before long every one
was pelting each other with it. The
party broke up with three rousing
cheers for the Girl Reserves from the
Last Friday the playground ball
team was lucked out of the island
championship in a well played, game
with Lihue score 9-S umpire Mr.
Lihue also won from Makawell
girls team, giving second place for
boys and girls to Waimea and Maka
Thursday the Christmas celebra
tion was held. Each class offered a
number on the program. Mr. Carver
made the Christmas address; The
whole school received free lunch, cake
and ice cream. Each child received
a present, some of them three or four.
The money for the entire Celebration
was made at the recent school concert
superintended by Mrs. Wright. In
addition to the gifts mentioned there
were candy and nuts for all.
The following program was given:
The first Christmas Story
Song "Angels from the Realms of
Glory" By Grade 7
Song "Over the fields of far away
Judea" Grade 5B
Song "Now at the parting hour"
Song "English Carol" Grade 2H
Song "Christmas Bells are ringing"
Grade 1 1
Song "Old Santa Claus" Grade 2B
Dialog "Is there a Santa Claus"....
Song "Santa Claus" Grade 2A
Song "I saw three ships". . .Grade3A
Recitation "Once unto the Shep
herds" Gracc 1
Song and recitation "Christmas"....
Recitation Grad3 3 A
"Merry Christmas in a Manger"
Song "Angels whisper low and
sweet" Grade 4B
Recitation "The Olden Story"
Song "Ring, Bells Ring". . .Grade 4B
Story "The First Christmas. .Grade 4
fong Grade 5B i
Song "Happy Christmas Time" j
Several Waimea teachers will spend 1
the holidays in Honolulu. Others!
will go to the mountains. j
Waimea School extends to the other '.
Biuuuiti on me isianu lis sincere
Christmas good will.
WE HA VE DECIDED
TO CONTINUE OUR
Buy Now-Save Money
As an offset to the existing low price of Sugar we
will from now on sell all Groceries and Food
Stuffs without the usual Dealers Profit
Take advantage of our prices. They are Right
We have on hand and are now showing a line of
Holiday Candy and Nuts
Unexcelled in the Territory
Special Discounts and
Apply Alike at