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I THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1921
BUMPS AND JOLTS
Also Save Tires
T Tnder-inflation destroys more tires
than all other causes combined.
When we remove that one source of
expence from your tire problen, we
have performed a service you will
It's really quite easy, too.
We supply tubes that actually hold
The Goodyear Heavy
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extra thickness, purity
of rubber, laminated
construction and built-in
value patch, prevents
Mr. Baggott and Mr. Fern enter
tained the Sons o Rest Thursday
Carpenters were busy repairing Mr.
Baggott's house Friday morning.
Wllllo Akana called up a friend of
his In Llhuo last week and said:
"Did you see the report of my death
In the paper this morning?" Ills
friend said: "Yes, where are you
A certain Son of Best had quite
an exciting exporlenco last Saturday
evening. Ho was driving to Llhuo
In a Ford and noticed what appeared
to be a light under his car. A Jap
anese who was going the opposite
direction passed him at this time and
called to him, "Your car is on fire"
and he then immediately stopped on
the gas to get away as fast as possi
ble. The Son of Best stopped tho
car and got out and looked to see
whoro tho fire was.
He found someone had loft a
greasy rag on the exhaust pipe just
under tho gasoline tank and it had
caught fire from tho heat of tho ex
haust pipe. He was in doubt wheth
er to try to put it out or to get away
before the gas tank exploded. As
he Is built somewhat on tho lines of
Bill Hurley, he decided that he would
havo to stay and be a hero and try
to put the fire out. Ho succeeded
in dragging tho burning rag out
from under the gasoline tank before
any damage occurred but not before
ho had received two or three nice
blisters on his hands. Friends are
recommending him for a Carnegie
TH.E UNIVERSAL CAR
Reliable mechanical attention
given to your Ford means more
service from your car and less cost
in its operation. Let us take care
of your car. We have the mechan
ics who know how and use only
the genuine Ford materials and
only ask the fixed, standard, Ford
factory prices. As you value the
use of your Ford see that it is kept
E3 I E3
Kapaa Town Lots
112 1 -2 ft. frontage
135 ft. deep
High-Y Boys Back
Continued from page 1.
bove; This was followed by supper
and then the big evening meeting in
tho assembly tent, tho general theme
hiugeing on some important phase of
character building. Taps were blown
at 10 o'clock.
On Saturday night tho program
was varied in the form of a "stunt
program" to which each delegation
contributed. The Kauai boys put
on a bushman's danco with all tho
paint and savage accouterments of
the South Seas but executed with
such rythmical team work that the
committee awarded them tho prize
for the best stunt of tho evening.
Sunday morning church service was
held in due form. In the afternoon
an excursion was made to Sand Is
land and Coral Gardens. Dr. Brown
of Armenia spoke forcefully in the
evening at tho farewell meeting,
giving a thrilling narrative of his lifo
in that country.
Tho boys were deeply Impressed
with the larger vision of life and its
relationships by these meetings.
Every delegate caught a new view of
his opportunities and responsibilities
in life. The boys havo declared
themselves in hearty favor of a "III
Y" club for Kauai such as are now
organized in many largo high and
preparatory schools of Hawaii and
Girl for housework at Wailua Home
steads. Address Box II. Llhuo. 2t
Two Truck Drivers. Must know
how to handle a truck, and read
and write English. Apply at tho
0. B. HOFGAABD & CO. LTD.
Two 75 egg capacity Incubators. Good
condition. Seo A. D. Hills, Lihue.
Good Hau wood delivered to Lihue
and vicinity, $11.00 a load. Wrlto
Box II, Lihue. tf.
Bag full of tools, sparkplugs, otc,
March 20th, between Waimea and
Kokee Camp. Boward if returned
to this office. 2t. ,
Kapaa Express for general hauling.
Offico Kauai Drug Co. tf.
TO THE VOTERS OF
I hereby seek tho nomination for
Treasurership of this County at the
Primary Election on May 21, 1021,
and I kindly ask tho support of all
voters of this county.
J. K, COCKETT.
Koloa, April 11, 1921.
TO SCHOOL PRINCIPALS
James K. Apolo Dead
A prominent and sterling Hawaiian
of tho older and better type passed
away a few days ago in tho death of
James K. Apolo, at his home in Mo
loaa. Born In Hanalci, ho became one of
tho principal promoters of tho Mo
loaa Hul, of which ho was a leading
member, and for many years the
luna nui, or manager. Ho was also
prominanently interested in tho Wal
niha Hul, and the Haena Hul, and
has for some years been president of
both of them.
Ho was a very sturdy and enter
prising Hawaiian, with an Initiative
and energy which were uncommon.
Ho has done a lot of good work in
the way of wood hauling, plowing,
etc., for tho Makeo Sugar Company
and others, in which ho always ac
quitted himself with credit. He was
for a time a member of the board of
supervisors, representing Kawaihau,
in which capacity ho gave satisfact
ion. Ho was always deeply interested
in churches, Sunday schools and C.
E. societies, and church work gener
ally; very loyal and generous in tho
support of tho same. Ho will be
much missed in that field. Ho was a
prominent lay member of the Assoc
iation of Kauai Churches and was
seldom missing from tho association
Ho was twiccmarried and leaves
his second wife a widow, but leaves
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K. C. HOPPER,
Dr. Trotter, President of the Board
of Health, notifies tho local Child
Welfaro Committee that, owing to
tho lack of funds, tho Board will not
bo able to continue tho feeding of
undernourished children in tho
schools after the present month of
April. Tho principals of the var
ious schools receiving such aid will
please tako note of this change.
Mrs. R. P. Walsh of San Francisco,
now at tho Lihue Hotel until April
ICth, invites tho ladies of Kauai to
Inspect her charming gowns, sport
clothes and hats. Advt.
Mose3 Rodrlgues is no longer in
the employ of this firm. Wo will not
bo responsible for any debts contract
ed by him for our account.'
Waimea Stable?, Ltd.
March 31, 1021.
GOODYEAR TIRES SCORE AGAIN
Mr. Choy, tho Hanapope tailor, has
two Goodyear Tires on his Essex car
that was part of his equipment, and
have gone 12,000 miles and are still
going. Tho other tire3 that came
with tho car were a different make,
and were replaced at G.000 miles.
POSTPONED ANNUAL MEETING
Garden Island Publishing Co. Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Garden Island Publish
ing Co. Ltd, called for Wednesday,
April C, 1021, not having a quorum
present has been postponed to Wed
uesday, April 13, 1921, at 3:00
o'clock P. M. at the offico of tho com
K. C. HOPPER,
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KAUAI MEN ON FEDERAL
GRAND AND TRIAL JURIES
Edward C. Liu of Kapaa, and Sin
clair Bobiuson of Makawell havo
been solectcd to servo on the Fed
eral grand and trial purics respect
ively. Tho term of tho United States dis
trict court began yesterday and will
last for six months, onding next Oct
SENDA DID IT
The picture of the new Lihue gen
orating plant that appeared in tho
last issue of tho Garden Island was
taken by J. Senda.
Mrs. E. Bowen returned on tho
Dr. Harvey Lee Ross, of tho Board
of Health, who has been substituting
for Dr. J, M. Kuhns during the lat
ter's ilness, returned to Honolulu last
Dr. J. M. Kuhns, who has been ill
for several weeks, has now entirely
recovered and is again at his post at
the Lihue Hospital.
Mrs. C. S. Christian returned froj
Town on tho Kinau after a two
month's visit with her mother and
Mrs. N. H. Smart left for Pensacola
Florida on tho Matsonla.
Mrs. R. P. Walsh and Miss Louise
Bennett, of San Francisco, are guests
at the Llhuo Hotel.