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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 28, 1921, Page 10, Image 10',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921
Goodyear Tires Last
In Goodyears you will find tires that
positively go farther and last longer.
And in the smaller sizes of Goodyears
you will find embodied as high a rela
tive value as in the famous Goodyear
Our large stock of Goodyears enables
you to obtain immediate delivery.
We Have Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes, too
So that every person in Hawaii may have an opportunity to join in
this company, an invitation is here extended to you to subscribe for
any amount, not exceeding 500 shares, of the capital stock of
20.00 I'iir Value
STOCK AND BOND, REAL ESTATE
TRUST AND AGENCY, AND INSURANCE DEPARTMENTS
The Trusl Company will immediately organize and own (he con I rolling
interest in the
Hawaii Bank of Commerce, Ltd.
Commercial Savings ICxchango Collections
A limilwl nuinher of .shares are olTerel at 12.50 per share (() paid
up; surplus and organization expenses paid . All subscriptions must lie Jig.'
companied by check for r.00 per share. ISalance to he paid .July 1, 1021.
WILLIAMSON & BUTTOLPH
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
83 MERCHANT STREET HONOLULU, T. H.
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Mrs. A. B. Brnue, ot Klcelc, rotum
oil ly tho Klnau Friday morning.
Max Bolte, ot Kllauca, was a re
turning passenger aboard tho Klnau
Miss Madeline Soulc mado a flying
trip Icy .Honolulu Friday, roturnlug on
tho Klnau this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Dunn are stay
ing at Puukapolo whoro thoy aro
building n summer homo.
Miss Margaret Green arrived by
tho Klnau this morning for a visit
with tho S. W. Wilcox's, of Grovo
Mrs. Wm. R. Hobby, of Llhuo, de
parted by tho Claudlno last Friday
afternoon for a week's vacation In
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin cntcrtaln:
a largo party at a moonlight swim
and supper at their beach home at
Koloa on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Sam Carter, of Llhuo, loft for
Honolulu by tho Claudlno Fritjay af
ternoon on her way to Tacoma, Wash
ington, for a vacation of soveral
Mr. and Mrs. Llndemann, formerly
of Lthuc, left on tho Maul for Europe.
Thoy were accompanied by their nop-
hew, Mr. A. Slebel, who returns to
tho Islands early In November.
Mr, Norman Hinds, professor of
Geology at Harvard University, lias
gone to Walmea and Kokeo to study
tho rock formation of that side of the
Island. Percy Lydgato uccompanies
him as his man Friday.
The Misses Brode, Trlndle and Tur
ner, Llhuo Public school teachers,
left Friday for Honolulu, then on
to their homes In California. They
have mado many friends In tho com
munity who hato to see them go.
Mrs. Chas. Butchart gave a fare
well party to the school teachers on
Tuesday, June 21st. The prize for
the competition was won by Miss M.
Eldrldge. Three brides-elect, Miss
J. Fowlds, II. Brand and Miss Beghou
were presented with dainty gifts by
tho hostess's little daughter.
Mrs. Urban G. Hinders, Miss Hel-
ser and Miss Hinders, who havo been
visiting Mrs. W. V. Lee and enjoying
the beauties of Kauai, roturne to
Honolulu Friday. Tho two young
ladies havo been tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Hinders at Kallua, Hawaii,
and aro departing for their homo In
Salina, Ohio July 0th.
Miss Ruth Lee Squires of San
Francisco, arrived to spend a few
days with her friend, Heleno Stein
wald at Hanamaulu. Miss Squires
Is a lawyer and -was the only woman
In tho same class with Fred Patter
son comprising between two ahd
three hundred members. Sho avers
that the charm of the islands is al
ready permeating her system.
MUCH ACTIVITY AT
WAIMEA CANYON NOW
Puukapelo and Kokeo Is tho scene
of much activity these days. Many
people from Lihue, Walmea and Hon
olulu aro now camping there. Build
ings aro going up and the place is
taking on tho air of a regular summer
At present tho Yoko Fellows Sun
day School class of Llhuo is camping
at tho Cheatham cottage. They aro
hiking around to all the spots of in
terest and getting wild goats galore.
They havo already sent a good many
of them to their friends and relatives
below (that is, in Llhue.)
Jack Stono and family and James
Davidson and family aro also camp
ing at Kokeo now. They aro occupy
ing the ranger's cottage. They aro
doing as much hunting as tho Yoko
Fellows, but to date haven't any
coats to brag about.
Dr. Dunn and family are uuticiing a
fine now mountain house at Puuka
pele. It has a wonderful lookout
towards Nllhau nnd the ocean. It Is
also located very near tho edge of tho
canyon, giving the Dunns all the
scenery thoy could wish for. Thoy
aro camping in tents while- tho house
Is being constructed..
Tho Honolulu Trail and Mountain
Club has just completed a now cot
tago between the rangor's cottage
and Charles Rico's Kokeo place
Members of tho club nro expected to
occunv it some time next weok.
Tho Honolulu teachers who havo
occupied the Kumawola camp for tho
past few years aro coming again mis
weok. They already havo tholr pro
visions and hiking clothes sent up to
tho place. But they showed a great
deal of judgment. Thoy havo lett a
big bull dog in charge of tho things.
No one is apt to got very sociauio
A number of oxtra visitors wero up
over tho week end. Among them
wore H. N. Brown and family and E.
Deverill and family of Makawell.
LIHUE AND ALL-JAPANE3E
TO PLAY CHINESE TEAM
Following nro tho Hnoupa of tho
teams- that will play tho All Chlr.eso
on Saturday nnd Sunday at Wjdpouli:
Saturday: Llhuo Cabaslo and Tcvos,
p; Ohama, c; Schumacher, lb; Mlt
sumoto, 2b: Tal, 3b; Okii'ia, fs; M
Perrolra, cf; J. Toxelra, It; Fuji, rf;
M. Tcves und J. Toves, snbs.
Sunday: All-Japaneso Okuda, p
Ohama, e; Tal, lb; Yoshlmltsu or
Fuji. 2b; Tsunohiro. ss; G. Wataso;
3b; E. Wataso. cf; Dol, rf; King, If;
Merita, N. Ohama, Ishida, cubs.
Reduced Prices In
We are pleased to announce that on
account of the recent reduction in the cost
of materials arid supplies, we are able to
make new automobile tops at a. materially
reduced price than has heretofore been
Call and See Us About a
. New Top
LIHUE HARNESS SHOP
Back of Garden Island Office
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
1 rally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.P. CHILD,' Proprietor.
S. S. "CLAUDINE"
will leave Nawiliwili THURSDAY, June liOlh,
0 p. in., instead of Friday, July 1st. Mail and
"Will resume her regular schedule the follow
ing week, sailing for Honolulu July 5tli.
IXTEIMSLAND STEAM NAV. CO., LTD.
Get the wost from
For your motor to work at Its best
you must treat it fairly.
When you use "Red Crown" you
do treat it fairly. "Red Crown" has a
continuous chain of boiling points
which insures ready starting, rapid
Acceleration and maximum power.
Look for the Red Crown sign on
Service stations and garages.
TtTANDARD OIL COMPANY
TWO TICKET WINDOWS
AT TIP TOP THEATRE
Tho management of tho Tin Ton
theatre has had another ticket win
dow put in, on tho opposite side of
the lobby from tho original window.
The now window is to bo used for tho
balcony and general admission seats.
This improvement will certainly bo
appreciated by the movie-going pub
Miss Grace White, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. C, J. Dow of
Llhue, left on tho Klnau today en
route to her homo in San Mateo.
STAGE ALL SET
(continued from pago 1.)
expect this bout to go more than two
rounds as both boys carry a wallop.
IUU claims that tho first one to land
his haymaker will win. Ho Intends
to take the winner to Honolulu and
match him with the best on Oahu.
Two featherweights will furnish tho
Tho admission prices aro as fol
General admission with war tax $1.10
Bleacher seats .25
Reserved seats .50
Auto admission 1.00
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Notice is given that I. U. Yuktmura
having bought tho storo of K. Toml
naga, of Kapaa, will not bo respon
sible for any debts contracted by K.
Tominaga on or heforo Juno 25th,
1921, excepting wholesade accounts.
Kapaa, Kauai. 4t.
Dated Juno 28, 1921.
Camping outfit consisting of tent,
ice box, bed, safe, etc. Apply P.
O. Box 20, Llhuo tf.
Tiro and nim, 33 x 4V, between Ka
paa and Wnlnlhn, about a week
ago. Howard if returned to Wal
mea Stables, Ltd., Nawlliwlll.