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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1922
Boy, We're Sittin' Pretty
Saturday, June 17
I KAPAA NOTES I
Alapaki Smith's Jazz Band
with ABRAHAM POEPOE
and his Soothing Saxaphone
$1,50 per couple
GET YOUR SHARE
GET YOUR SHARE OF BUSINESS ALL NEXT YEAR. YOU
CAN BUT YOU'VE GOT TO MAKE A BID FOR IT. YOU
MUST ADVERTISE A LITTLE MORE THAN EVER.
' The Buying public has not suffered
any material Impairment In purchas
ing power. Your merchandise can
be sold In larger volume than you
have ever sold It and as good a
profit as any honest man could de
sire IF YOU WILL TELL THE PUBLIC
WHA T YOU HA VE TO SELL
Large sales of seasonable and reput
able merchandise will mark your bus
iness during the coming year If your
values and your prices are right and
If you advertise wisely a little
every week Instead of making a
splish one week and then keeping
silent for a month.
GET YOUR SHARE OF THE BUSINESS.
YOU CAN BUT YOU'VE GOT TO BE UP AND DOING.
EVERY DOLLAR SPENT IN ADVERTISING WILL COME
BACK WITH DIVIDENDS IN THE YEAR AHEAD.
EVERY DOLLAR OF SALES WILL MEAN A STEP NEARER
NORMALCY AND PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT.
CAN YOU NAME ANY OTHER BUSINESS IN THE WORLD
OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES MINT THAT CAN MAKE
MONEY WITHOUT ADVERTISING?
Garden Island Publishing
The Hawaiian Canneries company
started their 1922 packing season
on Saturday with a preliminary run.
Regular canning will start the lat
ter part of the week and the height
of the season Is expected about the
first week In July.
Nobu Masunaga, local boy, who
has becm In- California for the past
three years pursuing a course in
dentistry, returned last week for a
short visit with his mother and
brother. Ho expects to return to
California In August.
Several boys working on the
homesteads last week renorteil that
there are certainly petty thieves in
this district, who are no doubt ro
tated to. a Bpectcs of the meanest
family .In existence. Working far
away from homo, these boys had
to bring their lunches with them
to work, but twice had to eltlicT go
hungry or lose a half day's work,
thieves making away with tholr
lunches for two days, and stuffing
their lunch cans with grass, wlhlle
the boys , were busy In the fields.
James T, Hamada of Walpoull ar
rived from Honolulu to visit his par
ents last.woek and to spend a short
vacation. He Is now employed as
editor of the English section of the
dally Nlppu Jljll, one of the leading
Japaneso dallies of Honolulu.
If the total number of votes cast
for any candidate is any indica
tion, of his popularity, then John
nano, the deputy sheriff wlt)h an
excess of avoir dupols was the most
popular candidate at the last Repub
lican precinct election. The sheriff
polled SO votes, John Kealoha 72.
Judge Ekekela 70, Dr. Chang and
Q. M. Shak C8, Geo. S. Raymond 03,
S. Kellinol CI. All others had less
than GO each.
MRS. WM. HYDE RICE
, IS HOSTESS AT HAENA
Mrs. Wm. Hyde Rice was hostess
at hur beach house at Haena last
Monday to her daughters and daugh
ters-in-law and their children. There
were 23 persons present and 21
were related to each other, there be
ing two who were not members of
The engagement of Miss Dorothv
Stoltz to H. II. (Oily) Jones has Just
been announced In Honolulu. Both
members of the couple aro well
known on Kauai. Miss Stoltz was
formerly a teacher at the Kalahoo
and Eleele schools, while Jones was
formerly the Standard Oil represen
tative on Kauai. The wedding will
take place this fall.
HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION
The WaWawu Republican precinct
club held a meotlng last Saturday
evening and elected the following
President F. A. Alexander.
First Vice President H. J. Eby.
Second Vlco John A. Hoopalct
Secretary N. A. Akana.
Treasurer It. A. Dniester.
Brydo, J. C. Moura, 1). K. Kamalo-
Executive Committee W. G. Me
Delegates to tho territorial con
vention as follows: M. R. Jardln, N.
A. Akana, and D. K. Kamaloplll.
Judges of election aro M. R. Jard
ln, J. C. Moura and Hoe Mederlos.
RETURN FROM JAPAN
K. YamasakI, (he popular Janan
eso teller at tho Lihue bunk, and
mine host, D. Ota, of tho Tip Top
Cafe, were returning passengers laHt
Friday morning aboard tho Claud
Ino. They return from a two months
virfit from their native Japan their
first visit for many years. They
both report many changes In Japan
the most noticeable being tho ra
pldity with which tho Japanese are
adopting the dress and manners ot
SOLDIER NARROWLY ESCAPES
DEATH AT KH.AUEA CRATER
I'rlvato J. Hunbill. who fell down
L'nokahuna bluffs Wednesday after
roon Is reported to be much Uf.ttur
this morning and there art: strong
hopes for his recovery.
Hunbill, and r. companion wit
hiking around tko edge of tho Ki
lauoa crater, and Hunbill, standing
too close to tho edge of the cliff
was thrown over by a crumbling
wall bneath him. Ills companion
rushed back to camp and comman
dored a party of soldier friends who
resciifd him as soon as possible, Ho
was badly wounded about tho head
ard ri.ioulder as well as externally.
Ho was rushed to tho Hllo hospital.
Dr. L. L. Sexton attended him and
tho hospital reports this morning
showed that he had passed a quiet
night and Is much Improved this
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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 yean, and
know every Inch of the 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 v
three round trips per week
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
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