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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1921
The Advertisers Studebaker Pdot Car And Parly
of Road Scouts Now on Kauai
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8TANDARD OIL C0'8.
AGAIN ON THE MARKET
The Standard Oil Co'a. tanker "Col.
E. L. Drake" arrived at Port Allen
last week with 4000 barrels Red
Crown Gasoline and 2000 barrels of
engine distillate. Distillate was only
recently, put on the market again
after an absence of over a year.
This product, which is considerably
cheaper than gasoline, Is an excellent
fuel for heavy duty slow speed en
gines, such as tractors, gas engine
pumping plants, and large gas engine
operating rice mills. The Company
is in a position to take, care of cus
tomers who wish to resume the use
of this product, or any new customers.
K. P. S. A. L ELECTS OFFICERS
At a meeting of the dircetors of the
Kauai Public School Athletic League,
held on June 27th, the following of
ficers wye elected fir the year 1921
1922: President, Miss Elsie Wilcox;
Vice-President, W. F. Sanborn; Secre
tary-Treasurer, W. F. Horner.
The games committee, which plans
all schedules for games during the
year, was appointed as follows: Miss
M. Soule, E. L. Damkroger, W. F.
The directors of the league, as
elected at the annual meeting early
in June, are Wm. Wright, E. L. Dam
kroger, R. C. MacDonald, Father Hu
bert, Mrs. Philip Rice, Miss M. Soule,
Mrs. Th. Brandt, Miss E. H. Wilcox,
Mrs. L. D. Larsen, W. F. Sanborn, A.
Menefoglio, W. F. Horner. Members
of the Teachers Association acting
as directors are Miss K. Cook and P.
CELEBRATION AT WAIPOULI
About fifty residents of Crove
Farm celebrated the glorious Fourth
yesterday at the Broadbent beach
place at Waipoull. A picnic lunch
was served. After the lunch a free
for all track meet was staged with
local athletes? displaying more or
POLICE GATHER IN
Traffic officers stationed along the
Wailua flats yesterday afternoon
gathered in sixteen offenders for in
fractions of the traffic ordinance,
Among the luckless ones to fall foul
of the law were "King" Baggoit, R. F.
Middleton, County Engineer, and
Postmaster Lonestreth. They were
all up before Judge Hjorth this morn
ing and, after promising never to do
it again, were allowed to depart, ex
cepting one Fujio Enoye and one
Louis Silva. These men were fined
$50 and $25 for fast driving.
The police are to be congratulated
for their good work.
less, usually less, speed.
The track meet was followed by an
indoor baseball game played out
doors. After each side had run up
a score of twenty-five or so in three
innings all retired to the ocean where
body surfing kept them busy' until
time to go home.
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Great Reduction Sale
The entire stock of General Merchandise of the
firm of S. M. Tomas & Company, at Kapaa,
MUST be sold at once to satisfy the claims of
This is the time and place to get REAL BAR
GAINS. Don't fail to take advantage of this
Furniture and Fixtures
Land and Buildings
They all must go to satisfy claims againSt
M. S. HENRIQUES
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