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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1921
OVER THE ISLAND
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Goodyear Tires and The
Final Cost Price
You have always wanted a Goodyear
but maybe you thought the Good
year name meant a high priced tire.
The initial cost of Goodyear Tires is
not high. However, the final cost
the cost per mile is the only real basis
on which to figure.
Goodyear Tires will reduce your tire
cost per mile.
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 Par Value "
STOCK AND BOND, REAL ESTATE
TRUST AND AGENCY, AND INSURANCE DEPARTMENTS
The Trust Company will immediately organize and own the controlling
interest in the
Hawaii Bank of Commerce, Ltd.
Commercial Savings Hxchange-Colleetions
A limited number of shares are offered at $12.50 per share (50 paid
up; surplus and organization expenses paid). All subscriptions must he ac
companied by check for $5.00 per share. Balance to be paid July 1, 1021.
WILLIAMSON & BUTTOLPH
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
83 MERCHANT STREET HONOLULU, T. H.
SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
(Continued from Paga 1)
woro not ovon grown In tho Islands,
woro displayed. And most of thorn
woro ontorcd by small chtldron and
by laborers that ono would not think
woro at all Interested In flowers.
Tho noodlo and fancy work oxhlblta
woro especially good. Quilts of
ovpry fantastic design woro soon.
Homo nau oiauonuo uowur uusigua
worked Into thorn, others tho Hawaii
an coat of arms, others tho flour do
lis. Fancy work, tatting and cro
cheting such as can not properly bo
doscrlbed by moro man woro also ex
hibited Tho prizes for all of these
winners wero publicly awarded at tho
freo show Sunday night.
But tho roally big day camo Mon
day, tho Fourth of July. Trains
carried all tho people thoy could hold
td fcahlll whero tho stunts wore to bo
staged. Autos brought more. And
a fow "hoofed It" across tho flolds to
tho sea. Doforo noon there woro
various swimming, diving an draclng
siunts. Real Duko Khhanamoku
tdlont was discovered in Bomo of tho
It didn't tako tho kaukau call long
to got tho crowd all away from the
sports. A big freo luau never does
havo much trouble In attracting a
crowd. Tho way tho people all ato
bu would think that thoro never
wjould havo been any moro sports for
But thero woro. After tho luau
came the canoe and tub races. It
takes skill to manouver a half barrel
with much Bpeed In a tub race. Even
a manager's or a head luna's technical
training doesn't soem to do him much
good. Especially when a hoe-cane
man can boat them.
At tho end of tho day tho trains,
autos, horses and mules carried
everybody back to their homes at the
plantation village Thoy wero all
agreed that It had been a groat
threo days and that they would like
to havo tho Fourth of July como
about onco a month.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
Halo Nanl, the homo of Mr. and Mrs,
JVm. Hydo IUce, In tho presenco of
tho immediato family and a few
friends, occurred tho wedding of Miss
Esther Kalwl, daughter of Judge
ilamos H. K. Kalwl, and Rev. Chas.
Keahl, pastor of tho Llhuo Hawaiian
church. Rev. Ralph Baylcss read the
marriage lines and Mrs. Bayless play
ed' tho wedding march
Tho brldo, who was glvon away by
her father, woro a simple dress of
Reduced Prices In
We are pleased to announce that on
account of the recent reduction in the cost
of materials and 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, modem, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool nntl comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.P. CHILD, Proprietor. .
If you can't get your FAVORITE
M AG AZ I N ES
from your Newsdealer send to
FISHER'S P. O. Box 1224 Honolulu
Tho following chocks on The Bank
georgette crepe and carried a shower BshP & Co., Walmoa Branch, and
boquet of white gladollas and tiny mau ul " 1,10 uuruou 1Blu,,u iruo
lilies. She was attended by her cousin "shlng Co. Ltd.: Kauai Y. M. C A.
Miss Esther Montgomery, while Mr. " u- "oigaara v;a. oa.uu,
Timothy Montgomery was tho best Dank of Bishop & Co., 9.00. McBrydo
store fi.uu. 1'aymem uii luuau
Mrs. Koahl was born in Llhuo and checks has been stopped, and all per-
. . ... .. i I anno nrn wnrnnil ncdlnst nncrotiatlon
was euucatcu at ivawainao seminary - --
and later was graduated from the ot same.
Normal School. For several years e uaraer, is.ana ruDiisnina,
she has boon a .faithful teacher In tho Ltt,
Llhuo grammar school and has won
tho respect ot all who havo known
Tho young couplo left for Hllo,
By K. C. Hopper, Manager.
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT
C. Q. HOFGAARD & CO., LTD.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
At a Meeting of Directors held at
these offices on June 30, 1921, tho
following offlcors and dtrectoro wore
C. B. Hotgaard, Pres. & Director
Jas. D. Davidson, Vice-President &
T. Brandt, Treasurer & Director.
Arthur G. Clutterbuck, Secretary &
Aloz. C. Rattray, Auditor & Director.
A. G. CLUTTERBUCK,
Walmoa, Kauai, T. H.
Juno 30, 1921. It..
Tiioniinv. whnrfl thov will snend their .... . L
iw w.n t. ,emng 01 1110 muB lorino .the Honolulu dental infirm-
uuuujiiiwu - , . f ,, Wnlmnn Rivnr KmtmnK-1
tend tno convention 01 too mw.... Walmoa, Kauai, is postponed
Evangollcal Association. -m Mnml t..,v 11. 1921. to Mon
day, July 18, 1921, at 12 o'clock noon.
(S) LYMAN H . BIGELOW
Superintendent of Public Works.
Mr. Charles Waltor Scrlbner and
wife camo to Kauai this morning on Honolulu, T. H
the KInau. Mr. and Mrs. Scrlbner tiv b. 1921. It.
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will reside In tho house formerly
occilnled by Joseph McKeckney on STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Ithn T.lhun Plantation.
Mr. Scrlbnor and Sybil Crehore Tho annual meotlng of tne atocK.
. . . . . J - L.U t,r. TlonV nf Tffllinl T.fl.
wnrn married last rnursuay aiior- iiiuiuuid ui mo uuun. ,
noon in tho St. Andows cathedral by will be hold at tho office 01 tno uanK
Rov. Canon Ault. J. E. Durnell and at Kapaa, Kauai, on Saturday, July
UfI,vn m T.nvfill wnro witnesaos. 30th.1921. at 2:30 P. M. tor tno oiecf
1 ... . .. .
Mrs. 'Scrlbner Is a Now York girl, ion of officers anu tno transition ul
Sho camo to Hawaii on a visit two such business as may do orougiit oo
.,,,..a mm wiinrn nhn mot Mr. Scrib- foro tho meeting,
' wn t,n in thn United W. V. LEE, Cashier.
I HUl V ..w..
States Navy. Sho visited Honolulu July 5, i, iusi
I .1 T Ihiin nrrnln lnaf Hptohnr. Hhfi I
I UIIU Uliiuu r' . . 1 I ACT
is a nloco of former govornor Goorgo TlrQ nn(J n,m 33 x botweon Ka.
the opening ot the School for Dental
Hyglonists In September, 1921. A
limited number ot applicants will bo
admitted. For further information
apply to the .Honolulu Dental Infirm
ary, 541 S. Hotol Street, next to tho
Mission Memorial Hall. Dr. A.
Clifford Braly, Director. 4t.
Notice is given that I. U. Yukimura
having bought the store of K. Toml
naga, ot Kapaa, will not be respon
sible for any debts contracted by K.
Tomlnaga on or before June 25th,
1921, excepting wholesade accounts.
Kapaa, Kauai. 4t.
Dated Juno 28, 1921,
Mr. Scrlbnor has been employed on
Llhuo Plantation for the last year as
a machinist. During this timo ho
has mndo many friends on this is
naa ana wauuno. auout u wiion
ago. Reward if roturned to Wal
moa Stablos, Ltd., Nawlllwlll,
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
Unlnllnn Islands Kauat Island.
land who wish him and his wiro a South CoaBt Kokolo Light Re
long and happy marriou 1110. nortcd extinguished, will bo rollghtod
as soon as practicable.
C. & G. S. Charts 4102, 4117.
Light List. Puclflc Coast, 1921, p
Up In Idaho a school teacher has
taken on banditry as a sldo-llne, nndLg Q 92Qt
it is said tnat now no is nimost nuio ,,llnv ,., ,.,. nistrlct. 1919. n.
to mauo 00111 onus moot. weaierii
By order .of tho Commissioner
A. E. ARLEDQE,
Supt. ot Lighthouses,
"You say this doctor has a largo
"It's so largo that whon a patlont
has nothing tho niattor with him ho , FOR 8ALE
tolls him bo." Tho American Legion Baby's Play-Pen, size C x C Price
Weekly. $7.C0. E. A. Crcevoy, Makawell. 2t
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Tho Board of Supervisors of tho
County or Kauai will receive bids up
to ten o'clock of August 3rd, 1921 for
furnishing all labor, tools, materials,
and equipment necessary for tho
oroction and completion of a two-
story framo school building nt Maka
well, Kauai, T. H.
Plans and specifications aro on
Clio at the office ot Riploy & Davis,
Architects, 400-1-2 Boston Building,
Honolulu, T. II. and may bo obtained
by prospective blddors upon tho
deposit ot $10.00.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for 5 of amount bid.
Tho Board ot Supervisors of tho
County of Kauai reserves tho right to
roject any or all bids.
(S) R. F. MIDDLETON,
July 0, 12, 19, 2C, 1921.