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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1922.
When You Buy, B jy Goodyear Tires
There is no tire so p irticulaily designed to
meet the needs of H iwaiians and the con
ditions of Hawaiian : lotoring as the Good
year Cord Tire.
.It is built to deliver i lvariably long mileage
over variable roads.
It is designed to deliv. r its maximum service
with the utmost freedom from trouble.
Its special Goodyear construction, alternat
ing groups of plies insulated by pure rubber,
reduces internal heat and keeps the tire cool
Its world-famous trev.d, the Goodyear All
Weather Tread desi! , 13 your guarantee of
sure traction, buoyant resilience, and long,
slow, even wear.
Goodyear Cord Tires have a reputation for
quality all over the world. They arc better
tires today than ever before, and their price
They are sold and serviced in Hawaii by a
body of responsible business men the Good
Goodyear Means Good Wear
Lumber - Paints - Oils
Millwork of all Kinds
Kauai Railway Company
P. O. Box 142
Phone 85 W
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Most Famous Garages on Kauai.
The place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
1 Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobile are comfortable, our driver are re
liable and have been with ut for many years, and
know every Inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We run the stage I'na between Llhue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Islana.
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
The Garden Island Radio Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
You are missing something these
KWL, the Los Angeles Examiner,
was heard last Tuesday and Wednes
day night. These clear cold nights
bring in the long distance signals.
Thank you, KGU of Honolulu. About
once a month you remember that
Kauai is still on the map and you
say hello and also good night. Your
programs ore coming over In fine
Still They Come
Last Friday evening, KOG, Los
Angeles, KFI, Los Angetes, and
KWH also of Los Angeles were
heard fine and clear. Most of their
programs were only "canned music"
but it gives you quite a thrill to
hear 'em talk and piny music from
a spot two. thousand miles away.
Last evening, Friday, Senator and
coming delegate, John Wise, made
a short and interesting speech to all
the people of the territory thru the
KGU broadcasting station. Speaking
to people throughout the territory
from one central point, mainly Ho
nolulu, is the great possibility of
12:30 Market and stockyards re
port by Bull Durham.
This will be followed by a whist
ling solo by that famous circus star
Mag Neto will give a few shock
Ing remarks on "Sparking."
Sparks: Friend next door has a
new loud talker.
Sparks: No. Wife.
Well, well, folks! The Los An
geles Examiner station was In the
air last Sunday with a good or
Mr. Menefoglio picks up a new
cost broadcasting station nearly ev
ery night. Denver and Berkeley be
ing the latest heard.
QRX for two minutes, government
regulations so that the girls may
powder their noses.
Last night the Los Angeles Ex
aminer got a long distance phone
call from San Diego for a request
number by the orchestra. The San
Diegoites were dancing to 'music
from Los Angeles,, and liked it.
Our phonograph is silent, now!
We never touch a thing,
Now havethe patience to allow
The canned quartets to sing.
The radio has come to cheer
The wife and kids and me;
Too often though we seem to hear
The voice of C. O. D.
Calol Flushing Oil and Zerolene for
safe, thorough cleaning and correct
refilling. At dealers who display the
STANDARD' OIL COMPANY
The Yellow Taxicab Co., of Chi
cago, operating 1500 taxicabs, to in
stall radiophones in order to expe
dite the handling of this fleet. The
big station will be at the company's
main garage. Their outlying garages
and traveling superintendents' cars
will be equipped so that the main
garage can keep in touch with
L. Falconi, of Rosswell, New Mex
ico, was awarded a silver cup do
nated by Herbert Hoover for con
struction of the most efficient wire
less station in the United States in
15f21. This station has been heard
In every state in the Union but
Maine. We, in Hawaii, also hear
Falconi's amateur station most ev
Washington Band Will Play for
rians are under way for broadcast
ing the band concerts held prac
tically daily in the parks of Wash
ington. Transmitting microphones
will soon be erected In the band
stands at the White House and Po
tomac Park and connected by wire
to the great naval radio station at
Aliacostia, so that when there are
band concerts they can be broad
casted for the benefit of radio en
thusiasts within 800 miles of Washington.
Later on more transmitters will
be provided for other parks and cir
cles where band concerts are held
and as there Is a concert every ev
ening the air will soon be full of
music from the capitol.
Mars Signals Again
The receptiqn of mysterious sig
nals of great wave length from some
unknown source Is reported about
every fifteen months. As a play to
the imagination, nothing is more
fascinating than the reception of
these signals from somewhere off
Radio a Necessity
Radio has come to be classed
as a winter Indoor sport for the
mainland. Down here in Hawaii we
can enjoy the year around radio, al
though it will come thru better dur
ing the winter months and will be
especially enjoyed during the rainy
weather when it is too damp to ven
ture out of doors.
The radio boom a few months
ago is slowing up a bit today, but
the future outlook is very bright.
The summer months on the main
land are hard on radio on account
of heavy static which spoils the
concerts. And these summer months,
the thoughts of all arc turned to
out of doors hiking, camping, fish
ing, traveling and hunting.
Yet all these conditions are but
passing ones. Radio has a real mis
sion to t perform and even in its
present state'of the art, fulfills its
purpose fairly well. As soon as the
weather cools down and the indoors
looks good to us, radio will occupy
our evenings. Radio in the fad stage
has passed by. We are down to
rock bottom in a very substantial
art which must find a permanent
place in our every-day life.
, Four hundred and fifty-one sta
tions are now in operation. Every
state in the Union except Wyoming
has at least one broadcasting sta
tion. Naturally the greatest number
of these stations are operated by
electrical dealers and manufactur
ers, but, C8 newspapers are broad
casting today for the benefit of
their readers and public in general.
DR. H. P. CHOY
has opened his office at Kapaa,
Opposite Uie Kapaa Ice &
Office Hours: 3 p. m. to 5:30
p.m. daily; Saturdays and
Sundays, 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Evenings by
Let your Christmas presents be
a joy throughout the year by giving
each of your friends a nice maga
zine. Send to the K. C. Hopper News
Agency, Lihue, for a catalog. Phone
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from porous tubes. Your car
goes anywhere and comes back
again without the usual tire
mishaps. Rough roads, nails,
and small bits of glass hold
no terrors for the user of
MILBURN Puncture-Proof tubes.
Sizes from 28x3 to 37x5
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Pan-Pacific Traders, Ltd.
Distributors for Hawaii
Hotel and Bethel Streets, Honolulu
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you
to form the good habit
of asking your grocer for
Kona Coffee with the red
label In one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
Buy a SfiyfZcl
and Bank the difference,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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Oils, Greases, Harness, Saddlery, Roofing, Trunks, '.'
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Upon application Information will be cheerfully furnished in regard
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