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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921
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T5HE UNIVf RSAL CAR
We represent the most thorough and up-to-date
motor car factory in the world, turning out the best all
round car on the market today the most adaptable to
every need of every class of people.
The Ford service organization, of which we are a
branch, is the most extensive as well as the most in
tensive organization of its kind in existence, consisting
of over 1 8,000 Service Stations in the United States.
It is our duty to uphold the high ideals of the Ford
organization in this territory, to deliver cars as prompt
ly as possible, to give quick and thorough repair ser
vice and courteous treatment to all customers.
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Tho following passongerH arrived
by tho Klnnu, Friday:
Frank Crawford; Mrs. H. Pnlcka,
and three children; E. 1'. Gibson; M.
Suguliam; Mrs. Sugiihara; N. Yoko
yania; .1. Knno; Miss T. llada; Mrs.
Q. 13. Schroder; Joe Cullcn; Mrs.
J. h. Lcvcrsey; Master Cullcn; C. A.
Handorp; Mrs. M. Aokl; Mrs. S. Fit
knmoto; Mrs. A. Ilobinson; S. Rob
inson; A. IC. S. Ng; M. D. Drier;
Mrs. Yaniadn; Master Suglhara; Hen
ry Wise Jr.; N. Nal.anuira; Mrs. T.
Fukninoto; Mrs. A. Thorsen; Peter
Sllvu; Mrs. .1. Cullcn; Miss Anna
Lovell; Mrs. Uoneno; Miss Esther
Loo; A. G. Mfnk; Mrs. Mink; B. IC.
Yainamoto; A. .1. Ilovswlll; Mrs. A.
Smith; Wong Kul; Mrs. U. Oshlta;
K. FuUumoto; Miss M. Itodrlgucs;
Jos. Gray; Miss Cullon; Mrs. E. K.
Moreno; Miss Uoneno; Miss Chin
Soon Yoon; Henry Giles; Mrs. H.
Giles; Master Giles; Jas. Dunn; Mrs.
F, P. Sllva;; Miss S. Suglhara; T.
Mori; Mr3. Hayakawt1.; Miss Y. Fuku
nioto; J. H. Hall; Mhs E. Caruthers;
Master Cullcn; T. Yamashlro; M.
Aokl; S. Fukninoto.
E. II. W. Broatlbent, Mrs. Droad-
bent. Miss Alice Broadbont; Mrs. A.
It. Ilentcf Miss Frollck; Mrs. F. D.
Aiu; Miss S. Kuwaohinia; Mrs. II.
Suzuki; Mrs. Pikao; S. E. Hara;
K. Inr.nioto; W. J. Forroira; Goorgo
Betsul; V. H. Wright; F. Y. Adcock;
Judqe Banks; F. W. Jamioson, Mrs.
Jamleson; Miss Woodworth; Miss
Alice Alo; Mrs. I. Oknmoto; Mrs.
Hon; S. Yaniaura; F. II. Ilaysoldon;
5. Taimka; S. Shiokn; Joe Santos;
Chun;; Wong; Mrs. A. Y. Adcock;
Mrs. J. W. Pk'kford; P. B. Murray;
Mrs. Murray; Miss Hill; Miss C. Ka
mada; Mrs. A. Santos; Master Hon;
Ed. Pjkao Jr.; K. Fujlta; T. Miya
sato; W. Kauhano;; Jno. Santos; H.
Alusashl; II. B. West; J. II. Shank
land; Mrs. II. T. Sheldon, Master
Shuldon; Miss Jane Rente; Miss
Mary Plhl; F. D. Aiu; Miss A. Ka
wnsliima; II. Suzuki; Ed. Pikao Sr.;
K. Okuno; S. Koika; Yamamoto;
Miss K. Kouma; Goo. Kino; R. R.
Booked for tho "Kinau this after
noon: G. Ir. Wilcox; Miss M. Lazarus;
1-3. L. Horn; Mrs. E. F. Wood; H.
L. Jackson; Mrs. A. II. Brown; Miss
A M. Yates; Miss Alice Marty; E.
Scenes From the Fourth of July Parade at Maaweli
"Hubby" Wants More
than a pleasant smile with his breakfast.
Many a wise wife has found "that' some
thing" needed is a cup of hot, fragrant
KONA COFFEE .
Grown and roast
ed right here in
Hawaii, it has the
strength and de
lightful flavor that
makes the cheer-
Your grocer has it
or can get it
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
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your instruction book
Old oil should be drained from the crankcase at
.regular intervals and replaced with fresh oil.
This statement is made because engine operation causes
road dust, carbon, fine metal particles and other impurities
to accumulate in the crankcase oil. The gritty oil circulates
through the engine, impairing its performance, and ulti
mately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
These careful instructions frcm the manufacturer are
often disregarded; cleaning the crankcase is a job generally
To meet this need TVlodern Crankcase Cleaning Service
has been established by first-class garages and other
dealers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company.
These garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, the
scientific agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
impurities and dooa not impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh oil used. The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the,
proper t'rade. of Zsrclene.
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the sign shown
below, it means "Better operation and lander engine
TANIARD OIL COMPANY
I CRANKCASE I
I CLEAHaUG 1
CA10L FLUSHING OIL jAjj
rSnfk ZEROLEKE Jp3&-
iiw better operation
dand loijfsr ciifm life"
I r vein t an'l gel your FAVOIMTE
AGAZI N E
from jour 2sTev.sdL'iilt'i' sund to
FISHZR'8 P. O. 3,x 1224 Honolulu
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