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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1921
DTTMnO KMn 1AITC I I
Dumro aiiu julio
If You Were a Tire Dealer
What Would You Do?
Would you sell shoddy tires on which
you make a hrge profit with each sale?
Would you sell tires with a limited
Would you sell some brand of tires
whose worth was not. established?
NO, YOU WOULDNT--
You wouldn't risk losing your reputa
tion. You would probably do as we
are doing. We are selling Goodyear
Tires because our customers come
Let us show our com
plete line of GOOD
YEAR Clincher Tires
for Ford Chevrolet
and other light cars.
The Sons of Host arc building
a sound proof room, since they
learned that Chief of Police
Agard, of Kealia, can hear the
thump of a cork out of a bottle
more than half a mile away.. No
more confiscation for them..
Down in the creek sleeps Jerry
The bridge was narrow he
tried to pass.
Joe Stasch says "AVhat has be
come of the old-fashioned girl,
who thought the way to a man's
heart was through his stomach?'.'
AT THE JUKI NO CLUB PICNIC
First More Male "Doesn't Miss
Blank's stockings look tacky?"
Second ."ditto "Yes, Btllf Durham."
i First M"M.i-"B'ull Durham?".
" Second-ditto "She rolls 'her
own." ' ' ' 1 '
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"The Fordson at Work, i
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MIGHTY valuable booklet just issued by the Ford Motor
.Company. It is yours for the asking. Drop in' and get
one or drop a card or letter and we will mail you a copy
This book is not what the Ford Motor Company has to say
about the Fordson Tractor, but -vvliat the tens of thousands of
users havcho say. Get the book! It is yours for the asking.
Keep in mind the fact that behind every Fordson Tractor are
all the resources of the great Ford Motor Company, likewise
that .reliable "Ford After-Service" which assures the keeping
of the, Tractor in working order every Tiny in the year. Reinein
ber also that the Fordson Tractor, like the Ford car, is simpli
city itself in design and construction; easy to understand. and
easy to operate.. Collie in and let us tell. you more about it.
It is .more important: to the farmer today than anything!ejse.
The Age of Machine Power on the Farm is no longer a
matter-of speculation; it is here an established fact. It .is
latest advanced step civilization has taken. It comes to the
farmer with the full promise to lift the great burden of drudg
ery and wearisome, wearing-out toil from the muscles of man
and carrying them with much more profit by power of machin
ery, with the result that larger production, more comfort and
greater wealth will come to the farm homes wherever the Ford
son is employed. Gome in (tnd talk it over. -
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GRAND JURY FINDS TRUE
BILL AGATNST LOUIS REGO
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from your Newsdei mv send to
FISHER'S P. O. Box 1224 Honolulu
The Grand Jury has found a
true bill against Louis Rego in
the invest igat ion into the cause
of the automobile accident on the
night of April 30th, in which
Joseph Calistro received injuries
from which he died a lew days
Rego has been summoned to
appear for arraignment, but Dr.
Kuhns, of Lihue Hospital, has
notified the Court that Rego is
unable to appear at this time on
account of the fractured leg he
received in the accident.
Rego left the hospital some
time ago and went home against
the doctor's orders, and took the
splints from his leg. As a re
sult he suffered a set back. Dr.
Kuhns states that the leg will
probably be about two inches
shorter than it was before the
MILK AT FIFTEEN
CENTS A QUART
The announcement by the Ex
celsior Dairy of Hilo that, effect
ive May 1, they have reduced the
price of milk from twenty to fif
teen cents a nuart is of 'nni1nv.
able interest. They state that,
uuo to a decline m the price of
ieeustuiis, tliey are able to make
a satisfactory profit selling at
the new rate.
It has cost the University or
Hawaii dairy nineteen cents a
quart to produce milk during the
last three months. The Univer
sity has complete figures on feed,
labor, depreciation, etc and ticir
figures are reliable. AVe know
several other dairies that are now
selling milk for less than it costs
them to produce it, so we are not
looking for a general reduction
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
AV. II. Zimmerman, of Honolulu,
visited Kauai last week.
Frank Pugh, vocational in
struclor for Kauai, returned from
Town last Fridav.
Thos. O'Brien, travelling sales
man, is paying a visit to Kauai.
Sam Keliinoi was among the
Kauaians returning from town
B. F. Goldwater, of the Ameri
can Factors, arrived this morning
on his, regular tour of the Island.
R. F. Middleton, county engin
eer, returned this morning from
a trip to nonolulu.
John F. Ferreira, of nonolulu,
is visiting Kauai in the interest
of the San Antonio Society.
John B. Fernandez, manager of
Kapaia Store, returned Friday
morning from a business visit to
Frank Crawford, of the Bank
of Hawaii at Lihue, returned this
morning from a short visit to
Mrs. C. M. Ar. Forster, of Li
Uue, returned by the Lurline last
AA'ednesday morning frdm a visit
R. R. Rohlfing, representative
of the Honolulu Iron AA'orks, ac
companied by Mrs. Rohlfing, ar
rived by the Kinau this morning.
Max Grecnbaugh, export mana
ger for Hewitt tires, came over
on the Kinau Friday morning and
is returning" to", Honolulu this ev
L. Herbert, superintendent of
the K. F. & L. Company's cannery,
returned by the Kinau this morn
ing, no lias been visiting his
family on Maui.
Richard Quinn, of the U. S.
Engineers department, came over
from Town last Friday morning
to look over the work at the Na
wiliwili project. ne returned
Mrs. R. D. Moler gave a very
charming bridge party Friday
afternoon at her home in Lihue.
There were two guests of honor,
Mrs. ('has. Rice and Mrs. E. Swan.
Mrs. Rice has just returned from
in extended visit to Honolulu,
where Senator Rice has been serv
ing in. the Territorial Senate. Mrs.
Swan is-soon to sail for the main
land and expects to be gone for
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sloggett
and daughter Dorothea went to
Honolulu by the Lurline last
Thursday, where Dorothea under
went an operation for adenoids
and tonsils which was entirely
successful. Mr. Sloggett re
turned this morning, while Mrs.
Sloggett and Dorothea remained
over for a few days.
Mrs. B. F. AVright' and child
were arrivals by the Kinau ..this
Mr. Howard I. Stribling, of
Koloa Plantation, and Miss Har
riet K. Akana, an instructor in
the Koloa Public schools, were
united in wedlock last Saturday
night in Lihue Union Church, Rev.
Uayless, the pastor, officiating.
Miss Stickens and Mrs. Blake,
both of Koloa. were the witnesses.
After a brief honeymoon, the hap-
py couple win ue located in tne
home formerly occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. Monsarratt.
Y; AAr. 0.-A. MEETINGS
The first annual meeting-of the
Young AVomen's Christian Asso-
ciation of Kauai was held in the
Mokihana Hall on Thursday, May
otli. A constitution and by-laws
were submitted by a committee
and were adopted by the charter
.Miss'Channon of the Honolulu
association and Mrs. AV. F. Frear
of the National Board spoke very
pleasingly at the meeting, after
which punch and cake were ser
ved by the Kauai High School
On Friday evening a meeting
was Held in Waunea for those
charter members who were unable
to attend the meeting in Lihue.
At this meeting the constitu
tion and by-laws were ratified.
Miss Channon and Mrs. Frear
also spoke on this occasion.
Following the AVaimea meeting
tne sam Am Club entertained
the members at their club room,
next to tlte Waimea Hotel.
The Board members elected to
serve for the following term are
Miss Elsie AVilcox, Mrs. Sinclair
Kolunson,- .Mrs. Frank Alexander,
.Airs. A. II. AVateihouse. Mrs. C
B. Hofgaard, Mrs. AV. II. Rice Jr.,
Airs. Senni, Airs. AV. F. Sanborn,
.urs. i-. ii. Aaser, .Mrs. Lucv
Wright, Airs. AV. T. Dunn, Miss
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TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I am a candidate for tho Offlco of
County Attorney and earnestly solicit
your votes at tho coming primary
LYLB A. DICKEY.
Lihue, April 2C, 1921. .
TO THE VOTERS OF
I hereby seek the nomination for
Supervisor for Koloa District at tho
Primary election on May 21st, on tho
Republican ticket, and earnestly
solicit tho support of the voters of
J. I. SILVA.
Eleele, April 21, 1921.
TO THE VOTERS OF
I beg to announce that I will bo a
candidate on the Republican ticket
for Supervisor of Koloa District at
tho coming primary election and re
spectfully solicit your support.
CHAS. D. DLACKSTAD.
Koloa, April 18. 1921.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I beg to announce that I will- bo a
candidate at the coming primaries,
for reelection to the offlco of County
Treasurer on the. Republican ticket,
and respectfully solicit your support.
K. C. AHANA.
Lihue, April 18, 1921.
TO THE VOTERS OF
I hereby seek the nomination for
Treasurershlp of this County at tho
Primary Election on May 21, 1921,
on tho Republican ticket, and I kindly
ask the support of all voters of this
J. K. COCKETT.
Koloa, April 11, 1921.
Good Hau wood delivered to Lihuo
and vicinity, $11.00 a load. Write
Box II, Lihue. tf.