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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1921
Keep Your Truck Running
An idle truck means lost money.
Goodyear Cords "will keep your truck
running evexj day rain or shine.
They enable your truck to operate, N
regardless of road or weather conditions.
The cushioning power of these pneuma
tics will save your truck needless racking,
expensive repairs and delays and save
your produce, too.
Let us show you how they reduce oil
and gasoline bills.
Come in and look at these tires.
Nauriliurilt (garage ICiiL
'Miss Elizabeth Bull, of Boston,
Mas3., who has been visiting Mrs. A.
B. Draue, of Port Allen, departed
last Tuesday for her home.
The Misses Ruth and Betty Lind
say and Mlso J. Bradley are visiting
Mrs. A. B. Braue, of Port Allen. Tho
Misses Llndny and Mrs. Brauo nre
sisters and are the daughters of D. 0.
Lindsay of Maul.
Miss Florence Weldon, who has
been visiting E. H. W. Broadbont and
family for tho last ten days, returned
to Honolulu last week. Miss Wel
don occupies an Important serretarlal
position at the University of Hawaii.
A WOFID TO THE WISE
Ainado, an amiable son of Lusi
tanla, drives the Llhuo Plantation
dairy delivery wagon; Amado is also
somewhat of a nut in the matter of
speeding up his little tin lizzie.
Some way, or another, Amado thinks
delivery of milk is so important that
he can enjoy the privileges of the
Fire Department or of tho High Slier
iff, going as fast as ho likes.
"Why," says Amado, "all tho big
haoles are waiting for mo of morn
ings, they want their fresh milk with
their breakfast coffee; even the ba
bies are yelling their heads off and
mothers scowl at me, If I am late,
that Is why I have the right of way
and must speed up."
Fallacious imagination, Amado
dear.' Some day you are going to
wnko up, the Automobile Club will
get you even if the minions of the
law dont' and then it is all off with
Haled into Court, fined heavily
perhaps, or sentenced to an Involun
tary vacation in Hotel Peter Malina
below the High School and with it all
tho loss of your license to drive. Why,
Amado, think It over dear, is it worth
the while? I think not.
Slow down and obey tho law or tho
law will surely get you and your live
lihood will be gone.
Tho annual meeting of the Stock
holders of tho Bank of Kauni, Ltd.
has been postponed to Saturday, Oc
tober 1st, 1921, at 9 a. m., at the of
fice of the Bank at Kapaa, Kauai.
W. V. LEE, Cashier.
THE BANK OF KAUAI, LIMITED
Kapaa, Kauai, T. H.
STATEMENT OF CONDITIONS
At the close of business, June 30th, 1921
CASH and due from Banks $ 66,905.37
Loans and Discounts 1 1 1 ,592.5 1
Building, Fixtures, Equip't 25,4 1 0.78
Other Assets .1 1,545.34
Territory of Hawaii )
County of Kauai j
208, 1 29.00
I, Walter V. Lee, Cashier of The Bank of Kauai, Ltd., do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
WALTER V. LEE
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 30th, day of June, A. D. 1921.
J. M. KANEAKUA
Notary Public, 5 th Judicial Circuit, T..H.
Tf there's anything more seductive in
these. prohibition days than the early
morning fragrance of properly brewed
We Want to Know
Many a tourist re
turns home thank
ing Hawaii for
introducing him to
brand of coffee
and he'll drink no
other as long as
he can get MAY
Your nearest grocer
has it or can get it
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
That is tha combination that
brings u smile to tho motorist
You can be sure of good gasciHne
where you see the RecTCrown sign.
Red Crown is "tho gasoline of qual
ity" the all-refinery gasoline with
power in every drop.
Look for the Red Crown sign on
service stations and garages.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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They are just' received from the factory and are the prettiest
shoes that wo have seen for a long time. Made withjturn soles,
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Backles of different designs to suit tho individual taste.
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White Satin 10.00
Silver Cloth 12.50
White Kid 12.50 to 15.00 '
Black Suede 15.00
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1051 Fort Street Honolulu, T. H.
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