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THE GARDEN I8LAJTD, TUESDAY, MAR. 29, 1921
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Oakland Six Touring Car,
perfed condition. Cash
$750. Phone 1 5 W.
Offers $50 For Slogan
AIMHTIOXAL PRIZE OF 2r.0 OFFERED
FOR LETTER C.l VINO P.EST REASONS-
FOR PATRONIZING A 1IO.MK
THE Home Insurance Company of Hawaii.
Lid., will pay s."iO for ;i slo.Mii for use ou
its stationery, ou-.
An additional prize it' ''." will lie paid to
tlie writer of tlie best letter of less than .100
words setting forth reasons why people who
live in Hawaii should keep their iuoi;ey cireu
1 ii 1 i j ji" at home by taking their insurance in a
. company organized and having it home olliee
Contest is open to all. with no conditions ex
cept that you make your slogan short, and do
not exceed .MX) words in your letter. The short
er the hetter chance of winning. Write on one
side of pap"i only. Contest closes June 150 at
Send your slogan or letter to
C. B. GRAY, Agent
Home Insurance Company of Hawaii, Ltd.
fff, Lihue, Kauai.
You'll like that snugness at
the ankle. It's so distinctive,
so typical of
Where one member buys Everwear,
it quickly wins favor and soon be
comes whole-family hosiery. Dainty,
In silk thread, lisle and cotton
for men, women and children, A I
and at a wide range of prices. fflwL 1
Ask your dealer jy
pan-pacific traders lsSy!
Distributors for Hawaii. rjpb
"Stran "," said the first tramp, med-eativel-,
'how few of our youthful
tl'eains t .vr come true!"
"Oh, I .-iinno," said his companion.
"I rein . 'icr when I used to dream
about v.e nn' long trousers, and now
I guess wear 'em longer than any
one else :n the country." Tid-Biu.
Well, We Suppose It Was His Busi
ness, Even if He Did
The high school delegation of ten
boys tinder the leadership of Mr. R.
C.C. Macdonald left for the Kanaohe
High School Boys' conference by the
Kinau tonight. The boys are primed i
with songs, yells and stunts which !
will be sprung on the Honolulu public
and the conference assemblies as
The Pasmore concert at Walmea
Is being given under the auspices of
the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Macdonald has
directed the sale of tickets and the
Walmea people are manifesting their
appreciation by buying tickets well
Walmea and Koloa volley ball
teams, comprised of prominent busi
ness men of those places are close
rivals. They have been playing a
series of games before big crowds
both at Waimea and Koloa. It Is
expected that Lihue and the other Y
clubs will soon issue challenges to
these star aggregations.
The Y. M. C. A. has proffered assis
tance to the workmen on the break
water In their recreational program
for which the men have expressed
appreciation. Reading matter and
games will be supplied and a base
ball team is HI ready to challenge all
comers. The Y has definite plans
to render service to these newest
arrivals among Kauai's "producers."
PACKARD SINGLE SIX
IN SEVERE ROAD TEST
Driven relentlessly day and night for
67 days across country, over muddy
roads, and up rugged mountains for a
total mileage of 25,006 miles, the new
Packard Single Six proved its char
acter and stamina in the severest
road test ever recorded.
Averaging 17-810 miles per gallon
of gasoline and running 2,400 miles on
a gallon of oil the car completed the
long trip without a single day's delay
for repairs. Valves were not ground,
there was no need to remove carbon
or to clean the spark plugs, and even
at the end of the test the car had a
maximum speed of 60 miles an hour.
Both front tires were still good at the
finish, the left rear tire was changed
after 13,053 miles, and the right rear
was good for 21,905 miles.
Only after this triumph was the
perfection of the Single-Six publicly
This new car has rapidly gained
widespread recognition in the markets
of the world as the American pioneer
lightweight quality car. It expresses
at last In material form an Ideal '
almost as old as the Packard organl-!
zation itself. Made of the finest
materials and embodying Packard's'
traditional standards of construction
it fills the long felt need for a moder-:
ate priced, general utility, lightweight
companion to the larger ear uuch as
the Twin Six.
Every car must be a compromise;
greatest speed and great economy
cannot possibly be built into the same
engine. In the Packard Single Six
these compromises have been so
worked out that the car will meet all
the needs of ordinary driving, and
still have reserves left. So not only
the Individual excellencies of the car,
but the combination and balance of
these excellencies of the car join to
give the Single Six a general service
ability that is a revelation. Its per
formance wherever it has been tested
justifies the belief that this new Pack
ard is a "ten year car."
P. O. Box G
Tel. 1 5-W
C. B. 6
8 CO., LTD.
THINK KALAHEO IS
NOT CENTRAL ENOUGH
FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
The bride was dressed in filmy
white, looking like a soft summer
cloud. The groom was in conven
tional black; he wore white shirt,
white vest and white gloves, which he
removed dining the ceremony. Ver
mont Union Journal.
Word has come to this office to the
effect that the petition sent to Hono
lulu by Makaweli residents regarding
a junior high school for the West side
of the Island, did not specify Kalaheo
ns the site for said school. They
believe a site more centrally located
for that side of the Island should be
NOT MCBRYDE STORE TRUCKS
Word is received from McBryde
Store that the truck upon which
Toshyuki Yaraa was riding when he
met with his fatal accident at liana
maulu last Friday week, was not their
truck, and that they have d strict
ruling that their drivers do not allow
people to ride on their trucks.
A meeting of the Kauai Athletic
Association is called for Saturday
evening, April 2, 1921, at 7:30 ut the
County Building, Lihue, for the pur
pose of getting the 1921 baseball
season under way.
By order of
Jas. S. Spalding, President.
A. O. Marcallino, Sec.
Same as to Cities.
"In what direction does the village
lie, my friend?"
"Well sir, its liable to lie in any old
direction that comes handy, but at this,
time of the year its mostly about
, fish." Silverton (Colo.) Miner.
FIRE AND ITS MASTER
FIGHT FIRE WITH
FIREFOAM is a fire-smothering, fire-extinguishing foam
which covers all burning objects like a blanket. It puts out
fire quicker than other extinguishing agents, and prevents re
ignition. It coats and clings to all surfaces, and floats on
even the most inflam'able liquids like gasoline, burning oil,
paint, grease, etc. It is effective against every kind of fire.
Unlike water, it does not damage.
Another unusual characteristic of FOAMITE FIREFOAM is
its tremendous power of expansion. When brought into play,
it expands more than eight-fold in volume. You do not have
to use your imagination to realize the importance of this ad
vantage. Fire-foam, unlike all other fire extinguishing agents,
neither destroys nor damages. It is easily wiped off, or
brushed off as a light powder as soon as it dries.
FOAMITE FIREFOAM HAS MASTERED EVERY TYPE OF FIRE
And there is another fact that concerns you personally.
FOAMITE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS i, the 2ft gal size are
obtainable in our store. . In order that you may see how Fire
foam smother fires, we will be glad tp furnish you with illus
trated pamphlets showing actual photographs of fires which
have been quickly aud effectively put out with FIREFOAM.
FOAMITE FIREFOAM EQUIPMENT consist, of the following:
-Mi gil- Splash -Proof Extinguisher
-Vs Kal Copper Extinguisher
3 gal. Fire Pail
5 gal. Copper Extinguisher
40 gal. Engine
250 gal. Engine
and charges for same
Prices on application
M'BRYDE SUGAR CD S STORE
KAUAI'S WHOLESALE HOUSE
TEL. 87 W. " ELKKM."! larni