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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1921
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 firsl class.
DON'T BUY POISON
to kill BED BUGS and ROACHES and
destroy their eggs.
CENOL kills all bugs Instantly. No odor
no stain non-explosive. Safe to use
where there are children.
Tint Spray Cans 50c.
PAN-PACIFIC TRADERS, LTD.
Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Hardware
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
YOUR DRUG STORE
THE KAUAI DRUG CO.
J. C. E. TABER
PILOT CAR TOUR
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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
LIHUE HARNESS SHOP
Back of Garden Island Office
The Honolulu Advertiser Studeba
ker rilot Car tour of Kauai was com
pleted yesterday, the party consisting
ot John F. Ness, assistant business
manager of the Advertiser, Arthur A.
Greene, special correspondent, Alfred
L. Williams, expert press photograph
er and William Lederer, a well known
tonolulu business man who made the
trip merely as an outing returning to
the Capitol by the Kiuau this ufter-noon.
Practically every foot of road on
Kauai was negotiated by the Stude-
baker, the total distance covered be
lug iji the neighborhood of six hun
dred miles. A complete chart of
these roads has .been prepared show
ing all objects of interest to motor
ists, towns, stores, gasoline stations,
etc. Distances have been drawn to
the fine scale of one tenth of a mile.
This invaluable information will be
published in the Automobile Blue
Book which the Advertiser Publishing
Company will bring out in the fall
The members of the party were
very enthusiastic over the scenic
beauties of Kauai and her abundance
of natural resources. They were
particularly impressed with the cor
dial hospitality and cooperation ex
tended to them by the people of Kau
al and expressed themselves as being
especially indebted to Mr. and Mrs
William Hyde Rice, Judge Lyle A
Dickey, Sheriff W. H. Rice, Super
visor John I. Silva and the editor of
the Garden Island.
The performance of the Stude
baker car driven on the tour was
considered remarkable. On Sunday
the run to both Olekele and Waimea
canyons was made, involving 35 miles
of steady climbing in second gear
The party will immediately trans
ship the car from Honolulu to Hilo
tomorrow and the roads of the Big
Island will be charted in the same
manner. Maui will follow later.
As a result of the visit of the party
great number of splendid photo
graphs of Kauai's scenery and indus
trial plants have been taken, and a
large number of descriptive articles
written. Kauai is certain to profi
materially from the publicity she
will receive through the Advertiser
I Kapaa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taber of the
Kauai Drug Company, departed for
Kokee last Friday to spend a week's
vacation. During their absence, Ed.
Morgan Jr. is in charge of the store.
The new home for Mr. W. F.
Horner, cashier of the Bank of
Hawaii's local branch, has already
been started and is rapidly nearing
completion opposite the Mahelona
Hospital grounds Sam B. Goss is
The new store of S. Kono was com
pleted lust week and the owner is
now doing business in the much
Henry Sheldon, manager of the
Makee Baseball team, departed for
Honolulu on the "Claudine" on Fri
day to see Mrs. Sheldon, who, accord
ing to a wireless received that day,
was very ill in Honolulu. Mrs. Shel
don left here a week ago to be mus
ical instructor at the Summer School
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Jonah Cuinnnngs, Makee s main
stay in the box, rested for the first
time last Sunday since last August.
A lame back was the cause.
Watermelons are dirt cheap locally
Two months ago, wholesalers asked
from six to eight cents a pound, but
the price has now dropped down to
three cents and delivered to the
stores or homes from Anahola.
The Makee-Grove Farm game ot
last Sunday brought together the
Ahana brothers as rivals, "Flat"
I Annua covering second for the
I Makees and K. C. Ahana playing
j shortstop and second for Grove
I Farm. K. C. was a joke at short.
I but when he moved to second in or
dor to enable himself to locate
I Prioste at first, he gave "Flat" a
i bard rub in covering the keystone
sack a la Kddio Collins.
K. C. Ahana has usurped M.
I'rioste's throne as deanim liiti.'.r fur
P. O. Box G
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has overcome the commonest
causes of tire trouble
Ordinary tubes are simply
straight pieces of tubing which
must be forced by inflation into
the ring-shape of the casing.
This results in wrinkles which in
turn lead to pinched and torn
Michelin Tubes, on the other
hand, are made ring-shaped like
the inside of the casing itself,
and hence fit perfectly without
wrinkling or stretching. Natur
ally Michelin Tubes lasl longer.
Let us show you the difference
in shape and wearing qualities
between Michelins and all other
j the Farmers, but we took particular
, notice that the only things he man-
j.ugcd to el 1 up were 'lViinehiro's
mid Itodriguos' gloves.