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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1921
Buy a "Maggie and Jiggs,"
"Boob McNutt" or a "Din
ty Moore" and cheer up.
Our Candy Fresh Every
Victor Machines, Records
All the latest magazines
by every steamer from
Prescriptions filled by a
M. C. Kung has Opened a Paint
Shop at Kapaa, where he is prepared
to do Auto . Painting, Revarnishing,
Repolishing, Enameling of Furniture.
All work guaranteed to be first class.
DON'T SEND FOR THE PLUMBER
Savt Time, Money and Annoyance by using
PIPE FLUSH, Central City Chemical Co.
If your SINKS, TOILETS or DRAIN PIPES
are stopped up, PIPE FLUSH will immediately
open all choked or stopped pipes and toilets. It
keeps the KITCHEN SINKS draining freely, des
troys odors and protects health.
PIPE FLUSH dissolves dirt, rags, hair, paper,
strings, coffee grounds and grease from the
pipes. Easy to use. Absolutely harmless to the
pipes, plumbing and porcelain.
PAN-PACIFIC TRADERS, LTD, Distributor!
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS, GROCERS, AND HARDWARE DEALERS
SAFE DEFOSIT BOXES
f 3.00 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
YOUR DRUG STORE
THE KAUAI DRUG CO.
J. C. E. TABER
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
Held Meeting Last Friday
The parent-teachers association of
the Kauai High and Grammar School
held a meeting in the assembly room
of the high school last Friday after
noon to confer with Prof. Dollinger,
Commissioner Wilcox, Supervisor
Wishard and County Engineer Middle-
ton regarding the needs of the school
for next year.
There will be between 70 and 75
more high school pupils next year
than the year Just closed and to
accommodate them it will be necess
ary to have at least two more bunga
lows and to fix up the little cottage
that was formerly used as a jury
room, as a class room.
Committees were appointed to
assist in beautifying the grounds and
to fix up the teachers' cottage and
make It more homelike.
1 Kapaa Notes j
Dr. S. Y. Chang, local dentist,
whose home is in Hanapepe, had a
visit from several chicken thieves
last Tuesday morning about two a. m.
Five chickens were taken, but the
police were on the alert and captured
the thieves, who proved to be Fili
pinos from Makaweli.
Mr. Taber of the Kauai Drug Co.,
had a very appropriate window dis
play for the Fourth. There was a
tent made of gauze, inside or wmcn
lav an "iniured" Kewple with ban
daged head attended by Dr. Kewpie
Pill and Kewpie nurse. The tent
was surrounded by a fence of cotton
and in the background was a large
American Flag. We are fortunate
in having a live store such as the
Kauai Drug Company on Kauai.
After the barigame at Walpoull on
Monday, the visiting Chinese team
was given a Chinese dinner at the
Yen Wo Society. Mr. J. M. Spald
Ine. Sheriff W. H. Rice, James Bro-
dero, and many friends of the team
were present at the feast.
Sunny K. Hung, sports writer of
the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, is here
with the All-Chinese team as official
score-keeper. He will remain on
Kauai until the end of July as the
guest of Miss Daisy Hee of Kapaa.
STRAWBERRIES TO GROW
ON HOSPITAL FARM
Fred Trowbridge, superintendent of
the Mahelona Hospital farm, is tak
Ing a two weeks vacation at Kokee
The committee in charge of the hos
pital gave him the rest partly because
he needed it and partly to celebrate
the fact that almost a thousand dol
lars worth of watermelons have
.lready been sold from the hospital
farm. During the month of Jun9
over "even hundred dollars worth of
the melons wore sold. One thousand
pounds were sold to the American
Legion for sale at the Fourth of July
celebration at Walpoull.
During this past week over twelve
acres of cano were planted on the
hospital farm. In a short time this
acreage will bo doubled for this
r'n nlantine. making a total of
twenty-five acres for the 1923 crop
A somewhat larger nrea than that
will be harvested in 1922.
But tho best news that wo have had
from the farm In a long time is the
pnnouneement that a large patch of
strawberries is to be planted thro
In tho near future. Knowing the
quality of vegetables and watermelons
that have been produced there In thn
past, we are already impatient for
those berries to start ripening.
NOMILU, THE BEAUTIFUL
II. II. Jones, local representative of
the Standard Oil Company, states
he had beep of the Impression tint
he had seen all the beauty Rpots on
Kauai, until Thursday last when he
jand the teachers of Kalnheo school
were Invited by Walter D. McBrydo
jto visit his beach place nt Nomllu.
'Mr. Jones Is enthusiastic in his praise
'of this spot and declares that thnsn
who have not been there have missed
'one of the wonder spate of the "Car
! den Inland."
"What makes you think so?"
"Why, they feed the baby garlic so
that they can find It In the dark."
National Warriors' Magazine.
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