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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921
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BUMPS AND JOLTS
There is no Sentiment
in Tire Buying
'""There is no sentiment with us when
A it comes to the tires we handle.
Our tires must be good and they
must be fair priced.
Neither is there any sentiment on
your part in buying tires. Mileage is
undoubtedly the standard by which
you judge them.
That's why we sell Goodyears.
Goodyears offer you a
surprising range of
prices and every one
the best value we know
Goodyear Heavy Tourists Cost Aro
More Than Tubes of Less Merit.
1C. O.Alinim says he knows ex.
actly how President Harding felt
after the landslide last November.
Speaking of landslides, look at
the Grove Farm Mukce baseball
score. It looks more like the
Democratic vole in Kawaihau
than a baseball score.
The Makee players were tired
from running bases, the Grove
Farm players were more tired
from chasing the ball, but the fans
were mos-i tired from watching
Sheriff Rice says' that last
Saturday was nothing in his life.
As far as he was concerned, it
was only the 21 st of May. N Kind
friends are planning a little com
petition for the Sheriff next
election, so as to give him some
excitement on election da v.
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FOIJ thirty-five years Henry Ford, a farmer's boy, has been
working on the problem of a successful tractor for the
farm, and for the. past fourteen years has devoted much
time and a vast amount of money to the development of the
present Fordson Tractor. Today that Tractor is in use on
nearly 200,000 farms and if you have any doubt as to the satis.
i'lition it gives to those who are using it, call in and get the
booklet, just issued by the Ford Motor Company, and called
"The Fordson at Work" and read the testimony which is there
given by the multitude of owners of Fordson Tractors. No evi
dence can be more conclusive than that of the man who actually
knows by personal experience and this' is in the line of testi
mony carried in this little booklet. There is no cost for this
booklet. If you cannot call for it, write, drop us a postal, and
we will mail it to you without charge. It is so valuable yon
ought to have it because it is the open door through which the
farmer will pass, from the hard working drudge to the compar
ative comfort of the manufacturer. The Fordson makes it
possible for the farmer to plan and direct, while the machine
will do the work. It presents the widest latitude for the farm
er to exercise his brain power and plan how he can get the
most from the soil, knowing that the Tractor will do the hard
work, do it better, do it quicker, and therefore do it more prof
itably. This means not alone in the cultivation of the soil,
in the harvesting of crops, but in a hundred and one different
demands that are made for labor, cutting of ensilage and the
filling of the silo; cutting of wood; operation of the washing
machine; in the lighting of the house with electricity; supply
ing the house with running water; bringing to the farmer's
wife and daughters the conveniences of the city, relieving them
of much of the hard, unpleasant part of the housework.
1MMED I ATE DELIVERY.
SAFE DEPOSIT BONES
SIl.OO per year.
Place your mortgages, deeds,
insurance papers, liberty bonds
and jewelry in one of our safe
deposit boxes and stop worry
ing. Call or telephone.
We pay 4 interest on
Frank Cox, of Waimea, return
ed Friday morning from a visit
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If you can't get your FA VO KITE
from your Newsdealer send to
FISHER'S P. O. Box 1224 Ho nolulu
CONCEKT AT WAIMEA
A Hawaiian Night and Dance
will be staged at Waimea Hall
next Saturday evening under the
auspices of the officers and mom
,hvrs of the Hale o Kapiolani.
A number of Hawaiian songs
familiar to the older folks will be
revived, and a few stunts, exclus
ively Hawaiian will be introduced.
After the concert there will be
ENGINEERS TO GIVE DANCE
The U. S. Engineers, on the Na
wiliwili Harbor project, are going
to give-a dance at the Mokihana
hall, Lihue, next Saturday night
for the benefit of their baseball
team. Music will be furnished
by the engineers orchestra.
Dr. F. M. Branch, of Lihue, re
turned from Honolulu Friday
C. S. Weight, of the American
Factors, is visiting the island in
the interest of his firm.
Mrs. J. M. Brash expects to
leave for her home in Honolulu by
Mrs. J. M. Lydgate returned
from Honolulu last Friday morn
ing after a two week's visit there.
Mrs. A. Robinson and Miss E.
Kobinson, of Makaweli, returned
from Honolulu Friday morning.
Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, of Maka
weli. with her two sons, returned
from Honolulu by the Kinau
D. B. Murdoch, auditor for
Alexander & Baldwin, arrived
Friday morning on his regular
visit for that company on Kauai.
Miss Elsie II. Wilcox returned
from Honolulu Friday morning
where she has been attending
the meeting of the Board of Edu
Miss Ada Paul, district nurse
lor Makaweli Plantation, who un
derwent a somewhat serious oper
ation at Honolulu two weeks ago,
has In en recuperating at Kokee
for the past week.
Prof. Win. McCluskey, of
Kauai High and Grammar school
returned Friday morning from
Honolulu where he went to at
tend the meeting of the board of i
Mv and Mrs. E. S. Swaii. of
Lihue, departed for Honolulu last
Saturday where they hope to se
cure steamer accommodation's for
the mainland. They expect to
be absent several months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Stewart, of
Lihue, returned this morning
froiji a short visit to Honolulu.
David W. Anderson, of the Mu
tual Telephone Company, is visit
ing Kauai, having arrived this
Judge HeWy Van Gieson of
Kapaa returned by the Kinau
this morning from a brief visit
to Maui, where he attended the
opening of the new home of the
Maui Foresters as a delegate rep
resenting Court Waialeale.
MICHEL! N TIKES AND
TUBES DROP IN PRICE
Manager Ashton Hogg, of Ka
uai Garage, announces a material
drop in the price of Michelin tires
and tubes, effective immediately.
NOTICE TO THE USERS
OF WATER FROM KAPAHI
DITCH KAWAinAU DISTRICT
The users of water from Kapahi
Ditch are warned against using
same in Jiny way without it first
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mrs. Halla Smith,
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Win. Hyde Rice
COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION
WHEREAS under the law it is pro
vided that an election of County Offi
cers shall be held and take place on
the first Tuesday after the first Mon
day in the month of June, 1921, in
the County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, and the officers then elected,
and, or, elected at the Primary pre
ceediug the said General Election
shall take office on the first day of
July following said General Election
and' shall hold office until their suc
cessors are elected and qualified:
AND WHEREAS it is further pro
vided by law that a Proclamation for
a County General Election shall be
issued by the Doard of Supervisors at
least thirty days before a General El-
established under the laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii for the election, -of
Representatives in the 6th. Represent
ative District, being the County of
Kauai, shall constitute the precinSj
and polling places for the election of
At such time and places aforesaid,
the undersigned Board of Supervisors
of the County of Kauai hereby call
upon all duly qualified voters of said
County to meet for the purpose of el
ecting the County Officers aforesaid
and as required by law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
the said Board of Supervis
ors of the County of Kauai
have hereunto set their
hands and caused the Seal
of the said County of Kauai
to be affixed hereto.
(SEAL) DONE at the County Seat
at LIHUE this 29th day of
April, A. D. 1921.
H. D. WIS HARD,
Chairman, Board of Supervisors.
T. BRANDT, '
W. D. McBRYDE,
J. F. BETTENCOTJRT, Jr.
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
Clerk, County of Kauai.
May 17. 24, 31, 1921.
late of Koloa, wish to express their ection
appreciation and heartfelt thanks for XOW THEREFORE Jn accordance
tne sympatny snown tnem m tneirlWith thp iw thp linrtorsipnpri TirvirH
recent bereavement and for the many
beautiful flowers. Advt.
of Supervisors of the County of Kauai
hereby give notice and proclaim that
a General Countv 'Elprtlnn will ba
I hold In tho anlil Pnnntv nf K"nnnl fnr
election of County Officers as
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I wish to thank the voters of Kauai the
for the wonderful support given me , hereinbelow named for the said Coun-
at the recent primaries . I -assure
you that I will do my best to prove
worthy of such support.
K. C. AHANA.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I wish to thank the public for the
few votes given me in the primary el
ection. J. K. COCKETT.
House and Lot In Kapaa.
Joseph R Aguiar. P.
Kapaa, Kauai. tf.
Good Hau wood delivered to Lihue
and vicinity, $11.00 si load
Box H, Lihue. tf.
ty of Kauai on TUESDAY, June 7th,
1921, between the hours of eight
o'clock a. m. and five o'clock p. m.
of the said day, namely:
ONE SUPERVISOR FOR WAIMEA
ONE SUPERVISOR FOR KOLOA.
ONE SUPERVISOR FOR LIHUE,
ONE SUPERVISOR FOR KAWAI
ONE SUPERVISOR FOR HANALEI,
ONE COUNTY SHERIFF,
ONE COUNTY CLERK.
ONE COUNTY AUDITOR.
ONE COUNTY TREASURER,
ONE COUNTY ATTORNEY.
IT IS FURTHER proclaimed that
each of the Supervisors is to be el
ected by the qualified voters of each
district within the said Countv of
The precincts and polling places
O. Box 61,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing and
knewn under the firm name and style
of T. T. KURAMOTO & CO.. is here
by dissolved by mutual consent this
11th day of May, A. D. 1921. n '
Attorney-in-fact for Niichi Kuramoto.
Dated Kekaha, Kauai. T. H., May a
May 17, 24, 1921.
NOTICE OF FORMATION
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have entered into partner
ship under the firm and style of JS. T.
Ki'mvnTn p. -.- t . i jP
. w v w. lur iae trans
action of a general merchandise busl
ness at Keknha, District of Waimea,
Island of Kauai, this llth day of
May, A. D. 1921.
Dated Kekaha, Kauai, T. H.. May
(May 17, 24, 1921.