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THE GARDEN fSLANt), TUESDAY, DEC. 21, 1920
TWO NEW SECURITIES TO BE
ISSUED BY U. S. GOVERNMENT
Treasury Will Provide $1 and $25
Savings Securities to Meet Demand
Two entirely new United State i
Government securities will be issued
In 1021. They are a $1 Treasury
Savings Stamp and a $25 Treasury
Savings Certificate. Tho decision
to issue these securities comes as a
result of the savings campaign carried
on by the Treasury Department durln?
the present year In industrial plants
throughout the country. This cam
paign has demonstrated that workers
like a $1 unit for saving and that they
also are seeking an investment secur
ity of the $25 denomination.
The new $1 Savings Stamp will te
bright red In color imprinted on green
tint and will bear the head of Alexan
der Hamilton. This Is the first time
that the first Secretary of the Treas
ury has been fittingly honored by hav
ing his portrait on a Government
The new $25 Savinge Csrtificate will
be similar In design and terms to the
Treasury Savings Certificates of $100
and $1000 maturity value, although of
Tho 2!-cent Thrift Stamp have ob
tained, so strong a foothold in the
schools of the Nation that their Issue
will be continued In 1921, not only to
encourage saving and wise Investment,
but also to give American youth the
opportunity of becoming an active
partner in the great business of his or
her National Government. This
should go far to create habits of finan
cial strength and practical patriotism
throughout the Nation.
The 1921 Savings Stamp of $5
maturity value will be larger In sl:'.e
than the 1920 lesue, will be orange in
color and will bear the portrait head
The Treasury Savings Certificates
of $100 and $1000 maturity value also
will be continued In 1921. They are
peculiarly adaptable for the invest
ment of small trusts and surplus
funds or surpluses, as they are not
subject to market-price fluctuation,
and are being extensively used for the
Investment of surplus funds of unions,
fraternities and other organizations,
subject to the limitation to holdings
of $1000 maturity value of any one
Plans are actively under way to
make the Influence of the Treasury
Savings Movement felt in every
branch of American life. To this
end the three functions of the Savings
Organization, namely, the develop
ment and protection of the secondary
market for all war Issues of Govern
ment securities; the sale of Treasury
Savings securities; the making per
manent the habits of regular saving
and investment in United States Gov
ernment securities will be intensified.
Despite the comparatively small
sales of Savings securities in 1920, due
to obvious conditions, the Treasury
Department feels that the woik done
by the Savings Division in promoting
habits of thrift and saving; In keeping
War Savings securities in the hand
of investors and -In acquainting tics
people with the desirability of holding
their Libel ty Bonds and Victory Note
and purchasing additional amounts at
current market prices, has been ona
of the most important factors In
the bettering of national financinl
The Treasury Departnitnt earnestly
asks for the Savings Movement In
1921 the cooperation of all who believe
in national thrift and in tho benefits
of universal and wise Investment.
TOURIST BUREAU TO MAKE
The. Hawaii Tourist bureau intends
to be independent In the matter if
moving pictures. It proposes to
make its own.
To this end George T. Armltago,
secretary of the bureau, Is now negO'
tiating for a moving picture camera,
and tho Intention is to engage an oper
ator who shall be ready at call to take
whatever Is wanted.
The bureau furnishes films showing
Interesting and beautiful scenes and
scenery of the Hawaiian Inlands to
steamship companies, tourist bureaus
lecturers, study clubs and educational
New $1, $2, $5, $10 mid $20 Federal
Bank Notes make splendid Christmas
presents that arc appreciated. The
Bank of Kauai. Ltd., Kapaa. Advt.
YOKEL-KINJO BOUT BEING
The challenge Issued by Mike Yokel
winner of the middleweight champion
ship belt in Worcester, Massachusetts,
this year, to wresle Klnjo Ikeda,
champion of Hawaii, Iiuh been accep
ted and negotiations are now und;r
way, between the managers of th?
two mat stars. It is expected
that Yokel will arrive here In January
and tho mitch will be staged in the
first part of that month. Advertiser
NEW REVENUE CUTTER ARRIVES;
TO BE USED IN PATROL DUTY
The Eagle boat Earp, one of a num
ber of similar vessels built duiing the
war for the,, government by the Ford
Motor Car Company, arrived in Hono
lulu last Monday. The new boat will
be placed at the disposal of custom
house officials for patrol d;Hy in con
nection with opium smuggling or res
The Earp is attached to the coa3t
guard division at San Francisco, al
though her permanent station will be
at Honolulu. The boat Is 200 foet
long, with a beam of 25 feet. Accord
ing to officers of the boat, five of the
Eagle type are to be sent to tho Tor
ritory for duty in the near future.
The Earp came here from Mare Is
land. Tho boat carries two four-inch
guns and one anti-aircraft gun. The
Earp is propelled by stem and si
capable of making a maximum spend
of 18 knots; The boat l under the
command of Lieut. Commander C. F.
i Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Order Department is excep
tionally well equipped to handle all
your Drug and Toilet wants thorough
ly and at once.
We will pay postage on all orders
of 601 and over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, Baby Foods, Glass
ware and articles of unusual weight
and small value.
None-Mallable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat Poison, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
. bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or In
flamable articles. . . -
If your order is very heavy or con
tains much liquid, we-suggest that you
have it sent by freight.
I Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
'Service Every Second' '
The Rexal Store Honolulu
4'MM'f $! -M. 44"H'
RED TRAIL OF THE
ILLLOXS of dollars a year go to utter waste in tlie form
,of iron rust, jet there is an iron made that does not rust.
It is Arnico.
Armco was evolved alter the expenditure of no end of
lime si nd money. Samples of iroji used in ancient times
and which showed no signs of the modern eurse of rust even
after centuries of exposure to mud, water and the air were
analyzed by expert chemists.
They proved to be iron just iron.
But it was iron without impurities, blow holes or flaws.
It was found that rust was the result of electrical action
set up by foreign substances in modern iron, especially when
The next Ihing was to produce pure iron. Of course it
could bo done, but to do it commercially was the problem.
How the American Boiling Mill Co. solved this problem
and placed within the reach of every user of iron a product
!t!).84' pure, is set down in iron annals as marking an epoch.
Beiiieniber that pure iron does not rust. Armco is abso
lutely guaranteed !!.S4' pure ingot iron, and the effect of
rust on it is so slight as to be of no consequence.
( AMERICAN "
WIIOLBSA Li: I UST1J I IM'Tl MtK
This mark guarantees iron to be
i)9.S4'f pure and to resist rust longer
than any steel, or other iron made.
If required, a bond will be furnished
to back that guarantee.
In Create fill
of the many favors shown
us in the past we wish
each and everyone a very
THE BANK OF KAUAI, LTD.
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