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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1921
THE UNIVERSAL CAB
THAT the Ford One-Ion truck does more for tlie farmer or (Tie iiiorehnnt
is jtiroved l,v tlie great number of tliem now in daily use, tliat it does
this at less cost is shown by the actual figures a smaller first, cost and a
much lower expense for operation and up-kcep.
The Ford One-ton Truck has proved a great money saver; as well as a
ASK PERMISSION TO
GET OUTSIDE JOBS
At ii mooting of the Wullua Homo-
Bleailors' Harvesting association hold
at Wnilua Inst Sunday. It was de
cided that a conunlttco ho appoint
ed to Interview tho land commis
sioner in Honolulu Tor tho nurnoso
of securing permission, if possible,
for homesteaders of that place who
may bo able to obtain remunerative
employment elsewhere during tho
maturing period of thoir crops, to
bo absent fr5m their lots without
prejudice to tho residence clause in
thoir homestead agreements. Tho
homesteaders point out, that, owing
to the curtailment of advances by
the plantations, most of them are
finding themsolves very much em
barrassed In tho matter of financial
obligations, making it absolutely ne
cessary that outsido employment be
secured in order that thoy may bo
ablo to fiiianco themselves.
BEGINNING JANUARY 17
DOES MORE FOR LESS
The Ford One-ton Truck has all the merits of the Ford car, with add
ed strength for greater capacity. Tlie worm d,-ive or 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 arc prepared to furnish the Ford One-ton Truck equipped either
with Standard or Special Gearing. The Standard Gearing gives the truck
a maximum of power. The Special Gearing "increases the speed of the "truck
from five to seven miles an hou,r, converting it into a Fast Delivery Car.
nnnHnnofl frnm Pn
tributing thrift leaflets, dlsnlayine
the 1. M. C. A. thrift exhibit con
sisting pf sixteen colored charts giv
ing stereopticon talks on thlrft at
the local Y. M. C. A.'a.
This program should render an
Important, timely, and character
building service to the entire mm.
munlty in helping young men and
boys to think straight about money
That llln fllllilllnrlnn la n mnrn
vnlunblo ndjunct to sclontlfic inves
tigation and our fighting machinery
was 1110 unanimous verdict of the
three judges at tho debato last Prl-
dnv 11 1 IT lit tillinmr flio mmnhnra nf
tho Lihuo Threo-C Club.
Tho affirmative virtues and val
ues of these two modern methods of
manslaughter wore upheld by James
Hogg, Kenneth Bayless and N'abela
Napoleon, while tho negatlvo argu
ment was supported by Glenn Hop-
t)or Herbert Hlnilisnn ami .Tnnina
Patenters and patentee? of these
respectlvo inventions would have
llflnll Rfrirtlnfl liv nnmn nf Hm n.1il.it,n.
mcnts and possibilities disclosed in.
mo lorensics and would have learn
ed Kfimn tlnw nilfl Inironlnlla itcna
and abuses on which thoir pets
might bo employed.
Tho burden of tho proof was so
obviously in. favor of the nosthoties
nnd lltllltirlnn nnnlltlna nf tlm unlm
.only one decision was possible.
mo juuges were u. wedemeyer,
13. M. Burnell and Roy Rogers.
HORNER At Kealia, Tuesday, De
cember 27tn, lazi, to Sir. and Mrs.
Foster Horner, a dauchtor Rnr-
EVERY THING READY
FOR BIG RACE MEET
Continued from Pago Ono
Silver Dust Spalding
Bubbling Water Spalding
Ninth race: 1 mile Japanese horses.
First $100; second ?25.
Dinner Bell Sakamoto
Golden Spray Rlkemaru
Sky Boy Tashlma
Tenth race: 1 mllo cowboy race.
Eleventh race: 1 mllo cowboy relay.
Moro ontrics are expected by tho
conunlttco especially in tho Japan
ese and Portuguese races.
The afternoon sports of tho New
Years celebration will consist of
baseball. At present tho games ar
ranged is ono between tho All-Japanese
of Kauai versus the All-Portuguese.
It is hoped to also arrange
an AU-Kaual team to play tho Makco
Johnny Fernandez is handling tho
Portuguese team, while either Dol
or Wataso will captain the Japan
A family budget Is a road map
to family success make one during
MOKIHANA CLUB MEETS
AT LIHUE SOCIAL HALL
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4, '21
e most howertul
The Mokihana Club will meet at
tho Lihuo Social hall on Wednes
day, Jan. 4( 1921, at 2:30 p. m.
Rev. Royal G. Hall, of Koloa, will
bo the speaker for the afternoon.
taking for his subject, "Tho Buildinc
of the American Spirit." A short
musical program has been arranged
Hostesses for tho afternoon will
be Mrs. I. J. Hogg, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Jennings, Mrs. Ashton Hogg. Miss
Lindsey and Mrs. Scribner.
depends on its
source of power
PASSENGER ARRIVALS ON
THE GARDEN ISLAND
The refinincr of Red Crown
Gasolind is based on a thor
ough scientific study and
knowledge of the fuel re
quirements of the automo
Keep a record of your trip
mileage, also note the power
and flexibility of your engine
with Red Crown Gasoline,
and you will be convinced
that Red Crown," "the gas
oline of quality,!' is the gas
oline for you.
Look foithe Red Crown
sign on garages and service
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
r as'!:jij.s jir-ris :
Women Can Do
With a Can of Paint and a "Little Work That's Fun"
We want to be of aid to women who wish
to keep the home always .spick and span, ' so
we maintain n "paint and varnish serviie"
that makes it easy work and Inn to do any
little interior paintiii,' jobs yourself.
W. I. Fuller & Co., make a special line of
paints, varnishes, etc., for "home work"
(he result of 72 years' experience with
paints and painting practice. They are
paints that spread easily, dry perfectly and
give the best lasting results.
The scientific paints and varnishes a,re the
easiest to apply. They cost no more, and
sometimes less than others.
What pleasure to have home IhiiiL's al
ways-looking bright mid new! What fun!
to view your own work neatly done! Sur
prise yourself. See what you 'can do with
"jKt a cifn of paint or varnish" in your
Tse Fullers' products. Follow Fuller's
simple specifications for (lie wo,i-k you want
to do, and you'll make transformations that
will be a real delight.
i.'enieinber don't let surfaces rot it
costs less to paint them.
Lumber and Iluilding Materials
Ki!)-177 South King Street
The following passengers arrived
at Nawiliwill from Honolulu:
Friday: Geo. N. Wilcox, W. Hud
ay, Sol. Tseu B. Yamasaki, Miss
M. I'auole, Chow Yuen, E. Krlstion
son, E. -Yuen, E. Souza, Miss Edith
Greig, Miss I Waldon, Miss R. Brv
ant, Ching Fat, Chas. A. nice, C. E
Smith, H. Naito, S. Takamoto, J. J
Carvalho, Mrs. C. H. Kiesol and in
fant, Y. Yoshlmura, H, Gahan. M
Valera, Miss Dorothy Hansen. Miss
Dora Broadbent, K. Odan, K. Yama
moto, .Miss V. Caldwell, Ed. Robin
son, E. I Nicholas, Mr. Shimu. N
Takainishi, Mrs. Takanlshi, Miss
Hannah Cummings, Chas. Luthoff
M. Nakatsuji, V. Oleson, Mrs. Gold
ing, Miss M. Bryant, N. Inouyo, M
Teraoka, Mrs. J. L. Caldwell. Geo
Nakca, W. Rowan, Mrs. W. Wright
H. Yuen, A. Souza, T. Kimata, J
Okabe, S. Toyofuku.
Also laborers: Kllauea Sucar Co
20 men, 2 women, S children: Mao
koo Sugar Co., 27 men, 4 women. 1
child; Lihuo Plantation Co., 24 men
i women, 2 children: Hawaiian Su
gar Co. 2 men.
Tuesday: E. Cronn.. Miss Grace
M. Stockwell, J. H. Hall. Robert
Hooili, J. P. Clark, Miss Emily F,
Neves, H. T. Lee, T. Furuno. C. J
Mills Mrs, Tai Chong, Miss Tal
Chong, Master Tai Chong, Mr. Yama
moto, H. Kagiyama, Master Saito
Mrs. S. Waialeale. W. Ebellnir. Mrs
W. P. McGrail, C. S. Christian, Mrs.
Christian. Master Christian Moses
Doiron, C. M. Kenhart. Jas. T. Mo-
W .. CT1 nr. I -.- . , . T
ma, vyuuiiK wuj, jMusier unang wai,
Miss Chang Wai, K. Moribe. Mrs. K
Moribe, Mrs. Kagiyama, Mrs. Saito,
Harry Waialeale, Joe Tseu, Miss
Thompson, Miss K. Yamashiro, Chas
Uluihl, Mr. Longstroth, Mr. Beraro
C. M. Tuloy, J. T. Ellja, M. Taua
Mr3. Tana, Yoshlda, Mrs. Yoshida
tho Misses Yoalilfln. Tv HnOr, u
Kapahui, Miss Hill, Mis3 Boll So'ares
joim uauon. j. u. Lane, u. I'alma
Captain Wall, John Nlihau, Mrs
Kwontr Chow. Y. Nnirnn V nfn T-
Okalia, H. Hironaka, Master Kagi
yama, ah l'ana.
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Most Famous Garages on Kauai.
The place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobiles are comfortable, our drivers are re
liable and have been with us for many years, and
know every Inch of tho country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
We run the stage line between Llhue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
1018 Dodge car. Good repair, Six
good tiros. For sale immediately.
Apply Turner Makaweli.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU AND HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Builders' Hardware Crockery Glassware SilTerwar.
Sporting Goods Fishing Tackjo Firearms Ammunition
Safes Refrigerators Snark Pinr
FOR SALE OR TRAflF
Ren tnnrlnir rnr. Will unll tny nnol.
or irauo tor Ford. Engino In good i
unn.llitni. Z-',, ...Ml 1 t 1 I V
i.uiiuuiuti. vj.ii mil iiianu iiiiu sjiuuil
wagon, can at Uarrten Island of
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Olfico on Wm. Hyde Rico Promises
Paints Varnishes Brushes Oils
Harness Saddlery Roofing Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, otc
Shoes Toilet Sunnlles St&ttnnarv
etc. oto. 1
Writers of Fire. Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application Information will be cheorfullv furnlnhod in r...
any of our lines in which you may be Interested.
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