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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1022
When Better Automobiles are Built, $uc will Build 'Uhem
you should know
In separate loc.tli Lies or zoiich the Hale of inerclmnHHC runs to dif
ferent brands or qualities, according to the occupation and incomes earn
ed in that district.
The article which has an even sale in all parts of the United States
must give value, dollar for dollar.
And when at the end of the year all sales are totaled, you will find
that the article with real value is far ahead in sales of the nearest com
petitor. So the following four facts prove the Buick to be the best selling
l.For the calendar year, Jan. 1st, l!)2l to Jan. 1st. 1022, Buick built
and sold over 80.000 automobiles.
2 These sales for the calendar year 1021 exceeded by over 12,000 cars the
sales of any other automobile manufactured having a six cylinder au
tomobile in its line.
;;. These sales for this period likewise represent a volume of business
greater by over !),000,000 than the sales of any other automobile man
ufactured, excluding Ford.
1. Those figures are taken from official reports and acknowledged by
the Automobile Association of America.
If you have never driven a P.uick, let us demonstrate to you why
the Buick is leader.
Now put out in special colors and equipment by the factory.
4 CYLINDER ROADSTER )f 1245.00, $1195.00
1 CYLINDER TOURING 1280.00 1230.00
(i CYLINDER ROADSTER L 1705.00 1745.00
0 CYLINDER TOURING 1825.00 1775.00
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
When Better Jlutomobiles are Built uc will Build Them
You Don't Have To Ask
A FORTUNE TELLER
where to go when you need auto accessories, dependable tires, the
best auto oils and gas to be found in all this island. Anyone will
point to our garage especially if you make it plain that you
want REAL SERVICE for the money you spend.
We Want Your Patronage
Wo don't make a sale or repair your car as though we never
oxpootod to soo you again. We do the work or we make the
sale in the hope you will be so well satisfied with both (he
work and the price that you will even go out of your way in
the future to patronize us. In other words, we treat you set
you can't help lint notice that we want your trade and appreci
ate a chance to merit it.
No matter what make car you
may have we can repair it -and
the job and the price will both be right
I KAPAA NOTES !
Shlzuko Ikuta, 14 year old daugh
ter of K. Ikuta, well known hotel
keeper, died at the Mahelona hos
pital last Wednesday. Sho was the
only child In the family nnd Is sur
vived by her mother and father,
both living hero.
Tho Makoo team, under Manager
Sheldon, is practicing hard for their
first game this Sunday with Lihue.
Cunimlngs Is no longer hero, but
with good support the new crop of
inirlers expect to hold their own
against their rivals.
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K. Masunaga, recently appointed
postmaster of Kealla, received his
commission from tho postmaster
general last week and tho. Kealla,
postoftlce was officially turned over
to him by Postmaster Barclay on
t .j. .j.
J. V. Dettencourt Jr., , now with
tho Hawaii Bank of Commerce, has
been endorsed by the Republican
central committee of Honolulu for
tho position of prohibition officer
of Kauai, an office recently created
by tho federal government. His
name is now on tho way to Washing
ton and his appointment is expect
Many local merchants are rather
hard hit by tho sudden closing of the
local branch of the Hawaii Hank
of Commerce. Whllo there does not
appear to be a likelihood that the
depositors will not be paid in full,
still tho tying up of their current
funds indefinitely is causing somo
hardship In places. The bank's stock
holders also include quite a nuirtber
of local business men and others
Although the commission of John
F. Rapoza, who was appointed post
master of Kapaa back In March was
expected to reach here before tho
end of the month, it has not yet ar
rived and the post office is still In
its old quarters with the office of
tho pineapple cannery. There is no
doubt, however, that it ought to be
here by tho end of May, in which
caBe the office will change hands on
Tho Lurllno departed last Sunday
with the following passengers for
the mainland: Mr. and Mrs. Mellin,
Mr. and Mrs. Nell Robertson and
Miss G. Glisson.
Tho following have booked for the
May Lurllne: Mrs. E. C. Donnely,
Kenneth Kerwln and Mrs. F. Buck-land.
The June Lurllne is booked full,
the following local people being
signed up for the trip: Bov and
Mrs. Carver, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ses
sions, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hills,
Mrs. B. M. Hill and Miss C. A.
P. T. Bluett, of tho Industrial ser
vice bureau of tho H. S. V. A., was
on Kauht several days last week.
Ho returned to Honolulu Saturday.
All persons having claims against
tho Hawaii Bank of Commerce,
Limited, and tho Commercial Trust
Company, Limited, are directed to
present tho same, duly verified, to
tho Henry Waterhouso Trust Com
pany Ltd., Receiver of tho Hawaii
Bank of Commerce, Limited, and
Commercial Trust Company, Limited,
within thirty (30) days from and
after this 2flth day of, April, 1922.
HENRY. WATERHOUSE TRUST
COMPANY, LTD., Receiver, Ha
waii Bank of Commerce, Limited,
and Commercial Trust Company,
A. N. CAMPBELL,
RUTSCH At Makawdll, Kauai, on
Thursday, April 20, 1922, to Mr.
and Mrs. F. Rutsch, a son Rich
ard Arthur. 8 1-2 pounds.
SANTOS At Llhuo, Tuesday, May
2, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Santos, a son, 6 34 pounds.
NOTICE TO VEHICLE OWNERS
All motor vehlclo owners who
have registered their cars are here
by advised to get their' number
plates from tho treasurer at Mb of
flco in Llhuo. Any automobile or
motorcycle that has not regulation
number plates on, on or after May
15th will be subject to seizure ac
cording to 'Act 198, Session Laws of
K. C. AHANA,
Treasurer. County of Kauai.
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WE THANK YOU, BOYS
Tho editor found a package of
sweet potatoes on his dealt last Fri
day with note stating that they
were with the compliments of the
boys of the Kapaa school garden.
We hereby thank Mr. Prlgge and
his boys and compliment them up
on tho fine potatoes they are pro
Fong Garage Co.
General Automobile Repairing
TIRES ' REPAIRED
We repair old tires and tubes like new.
All kinds of rubber goods repaired.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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SIGN POSTS NEEDED AT
HAENA WET CAVES
Thru tho absence of suitablo sign
posts to direct the way to tho caves
at Haena, several parties lost their
way last Sunday and soon found
thomsolves in tho midst of a dense
lantana wilderness. A sign post
placed Just beyond tho Walter Mc-
Brydo cottage directing tho way to
tho beach trail would savo many
trampers from this confusion.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Rutsch of Ma-
kawoli, welcomed a son to their
homo on Thursday, tho 20th. His
nanlo is Richard Arthur and ho tip
ped tho scales at S 1-2 pounds'.
Dr. W. T. Dunn of Makawell, re
turned this morning from Hono to
which place ho accompanied his
wife and infant daughter last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Santos, of Li-
huo, aro rejoicing this morning over
the arrival of a son. The young man
weighs six and three quarter
Ray Allen, Irrigation export of tho
Kllauea Sugar Co., has accepted a
position with the Koloa Sugar Co.
Mr. Allen 1h to bo employed in tho
samo capacity as at Kllauea. During
his employment ut Kllauea ho ad
apted the California orchard system
The Kauai Telephonic Company
Is Now Representing Delco-Light in
Li hue and on the Island of Kauai
Whether you want a plant just to furnish
electric lights for cottage or camp, or a plant for
complete electric light and power service, there
is a Delco-Light of just the size you need, insur
ing dependable service at lowest cost.
We should like an opportunity to tell you
Ii6w Delco-Light can serve you, whatever your
electric light and power needs may be.
is made in 25 styles and
sizes a size (or every
need. All models havo
the famous four-cycle, air
cooled, valve-in-kcad en
gine; only one place to
oil. Over 140.000 satis
Easy payments i( desired.
Write for catalog.
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of Irrigation to Hawaiian cane con
ditions and is now irrigating a much
larger area per day with fewer men.