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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921
FORD TON TRUCK
DOES MORE FOR LESS
That the Ford One-ton Truck does more for the farmer or the mer
chant is proved by the great number of them now in daily use, that it does
this at less cost is shown by the actual figures a smaller ffrst cost and a
much lower expense for operation and upkeep.
The Ford One-ton Truck has proved a great money saver, as well as a
labor saver. It has solved the problems of economic transportation be
tween the farm and the city.
The Ford One-ton Truck has all the merits of the Ford Car, with add
ed strength for greater capacity. The worm drive of aluminum bronze gives
unusual and positive power at a very low cost.
Come in and let us show you how' the Ford One-ton Truck will help
you and save you money in your work.
We are prepared to furnish the Ford One-ton Truck equipped cither,
with Standard or Special Gearing. The Standard Gearing gives the truck
a maximum of power. The Special Gearing increases the speed of the truck
lfrom five to seven miles an hour, converting it into a fast delivery car.
HEV. AND MRS. CARVER
GIVE A RECEPTION
Tho parsomiKO ot tho Foreign
church nt Wahncn was tho sccno of
n cbnrmtngly arranged party on Sat
urday, Nov. 19th, when Itov. and
Mrs. Carver gavo a reception to tho
members of the congregation to en
able them to meet Bishop LaMotho.
Tho hostru-.s was assisted In re
ceiving tho guests, of whom thoro
woro over a hundred present, by
Mrs. V. A. Alexander, I.Irs. C. Bayer,
Mrs. T. Brandt and Mrs. Sinclair
Hefreshmonts woro served In tho
living and dining rooms which were
decorated with bronzo and yellow
chrysanthemums, and delightful mus
ic was provided by Mrs. Snead, ac
companied on the organ by Mrs. 0.
Brodlo, while tho Waimca Hawaiian
Gleo Club rendered selections which
woro greatly appreciated.
FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS
HEALTH BOARD DUYS
$30000 WORTH RADIUM
Ttfo hundred and fifty milligrams
of radium, valued at- $30,000, will bo
received by tho board of health
within a week or two from a con
cern in Colorado, and will bo used
in tho treatment of cancer. Tho last
legislature appropriated ?30,000 for
tho purchaso of tho metal.
DREDGERS UNCOVER KEEL OF
VESSEL LONG FORGOTTON
Old-tlmors ot Honolulu will bo Jn
tercsted In a rotting heavy beam of
wood that lies partially burled In tho
mould of silt and mud which Is be
Ing dredged out of tho foundation
for the clock-tower ot the how muni
cipal terminal pier, foot of Fourth
It was removed on Wednesday
when tho dipper brought up its load.
It was a portion of tho keel of a
vessel. How long It had remained
buried thcro is not known to tho
Contrary to general belief tho spot
on which tho dippers aro at work
Is not fillciUn land, such as may
bavo been tho caso along tho old
Ksplanada, but apparently Is tho orig
inal mud and silt ot a littlo penin
sula. Upon this thick strata moro dirt
was placed and upon this tho baso
for a pavement.
H Is believed by waterfront men
that in tho old days, before tho
wharves woro built at tho foot of
Fort street, or below tho old fort It
self, a vessel was beached and end
ed Its days there, tho hulk gradually
disappearing, leaving only tho heavy
keel beam, which was washed over
with silt and mud, which gradually
Petaluma Incubator. Box 435, Llhue
Nawiliuiiit (fear Sift.
Lee Buk Yuen, proprietor of the
Yuen Kee Cafe of Kapaa, who has
been away for several months Is
back again and has taken charge of
Thing Chow Chlng, who has been
acting as trustee for Lee Buk Yuen
Is hereby relieved and all business
will be transacted by the owner.
LEE BUK YUEN.
with your Christmas dinner
Leave orders at
Garden Island Office
School Teacher (to littlo boy)
If a farmer raises 3,700 bushels of
wheat and sells It for $2.50 per bu
shel, what will he get?
Little Boy An , automobile. West
ern Christian Advocate (Cincinnati.
Insurance Agent "But you surely
agree to take out an insurance policy
to cover your burial expenses?"
Wily Scot "Na, na.mon ; I micht
be lost at sea!" Tho Passing Show)
ci ud xn miu.mujmiimii bik
H.'T. TONG, Merchant bailor
ii TA ii ru
Prices very reasonable Suits Guaranteed to Fit
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Presstd
Saturday, December 3rd
Do not fail to see this wonderful
picture that is filling all the
motion picture houses
in the states
The motion picture news says:
"One of the Paramount' s
Owing to the difficulty of our
patrons getting seats, we have de
cided to reserve the last 8 rows
down stairs at 5 0 cents each.
Balance of house, at regular
Tickets for sale at Lihue Store,
Prices 1 7 c, 39c and 50c, in
cluding war tax.
Tip Top TheatrE
EX Lincoln an! SeenaOwea
inicenefiom the Paramount Picture
The Woman God Changed "
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The Turn of the Tide
The earning powers of man rise like the ocean tides but
recede after a time no less surely than do these same tides.
Your productive years should be the time during which to
erect a barrier against dependent old age. A Living Trust
created during these years will afford that invaluable pro
ted ion when it is most needed.
An inquiry places you under no obligation.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd,
924 Bethel Street
FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SETTLING AND MANAGING ESTATES
Home-made ice cream
can anything be
Easy to make with
Four cups Carnation Milk, 1 14
cups sugar, 1 cup water, 1 Yi' ta
blespoonfuls vanilla. Carnation
Milk is always ideal for making
ice creams of any sort, because of
its purity and richness. Eggs are
not needed. For a plain vanilla
ice cream, mix the sugar and a
cup of the Carnation Milk together
and let come to a simmering point;
cook for five minutes in this man
ner; remove from fire; when cool,
add remainder of the milk and wa
ter, and the vanilla. Freeze. This
will make about a quart and a
Send for freo Carnation Cook Book of 100
Tctted Recipes. Henry May Sc Co., Ltd.,
Wholesale Dlitributon for Hawaii, Honolulu
This winter try
making more froz
en desserts at
home. The) are
so delightful for
Warm weather eat
ins, and so much
more pleasant to
mal(e than cooking
"From Contented Coxvs"
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