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TH2 GARDEtf ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1922
The Garden Island Radio Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
R E L E 55
THE TIRE BUYER'S ADVANTAGE
Throughout its long career, Goodyear has
had only one policy in the making and selling
of Goodyear Tires
To produce the highest quality product, and
to market that product at a price as low as
that quality would permit .
Strict adherence to this pol'cy has meant a con
stant succession of betterments in the Good
year Tire, until today the quality of Good
year Tires is higher than at any other time.
It has meant, too, the placing of that full
tire value on the market :t the right price
and today Goodyear Tires are lower in price
than ever before.
Every advantage of quality production in
great volume, and of a world-wide organiza
tion specializing in the selling and servicing
of Goodyear Tires, is passed on to the buyer
of Goodyear Tires, in the form of quality,
service, and low price.
You will find all the benefits of this unswerv
ing Goodyear policy reflected in the splendid
service that Goodyear Tires give to their
users over thousands on thousands of miles.
Goodyear Means Good Wear
Lumber - Paints - Oils
Millwork of all Kinds
Kauai Railway Company
P. O. Box 142
Phone 85 W
Increase the Value of
Tlie owner wns showing the prospective purchaser
through the home. "Ami there's the bathroom,"
said the owner proudly as he swung hack the door.
Later the owner told his wife that it was the
Pembroke' Imilt in hath tub that had sold the
house lor such a good price. ''The minute he saw
the bathroom, Mary, lie became really enthusiastic
about the plate. Hefore that he was only lake
warm." A 1'einbroke built-in tub is flush with
the floor and walls, has straight sides with flat
tops and affords no place for moisture or dust
Honolulu Iron Works Company
Hello, Radio fans, ami everybody!
What's on the air tonight? We
had a minstrel show from tho Los
Angeles Times the other night. -
KGU, Honolulu Advertiser radio
phone station, connected their sta
tion to the local telephone lines
the other night and anyone In Hono
lulu had the privilege of entertain
ing radio fans. Mr. Twigg Smith
took advantage of this opportunity
and played several flute selections.
This music was Just as clear as
though Mr. Smith was right a, tho
Say, what has become of the fel
low who always said, "I'll tell tho
Why, he has a tood job now. Ha
Is the announcer at a large broad
"I've been a widow all my llf.j ;
That is, since I have been a wif ,
Ccmmunlrg with myself tho timt
In solitary pantomime.
Golf claimed him almost every day,
And, as he niblicked on his way
I followed In his gallery
Or on tho club limine porch, drank
At night bridge took hire, from my
I couldn't play it, though I tried,
I!ut at home with 111 content.
The while he gambled with the
He gave up both. Said he: "I'm
I'll stay at home with you."
Iiut radio's got him. Fickle im u?
And I'm a widow once again."
Marcel waves are arolher lcind
of waves that are nffneted by a
What's an Announcer? He's tha
guy who must be careful what he
says when he stumbles over a rug
or misses an easy put on the ninth
A HIGH POWER RADIO STATION
At Saint Assise, France, the larg
est radio station in the world has
just been completed. This station
can communicate with all parts of
the world and has taken two jour a
to build. The aerial is supported on
seventeen 800 foot towers.
The transmitting uni's are so
designed that any amount ot power
from 200 to 1500 kilowatts may be
put into the aerial system. You may
get an id e a of the size
of this station by comparing it to
our local station here on Kauui
which is rated at only two kilowatts.
All the traffic is controlled from
the central office In Paris. Auto
matic sending and receiving appa
ratus Is installed in this office and
messages sent and received nt a
speed of 100 words per minute.
In addition to this station several
other lesser powered radio sta
tions are controlled from this tame
certral office and it is stated that
when all stations are working 36,
000 words per hour can be transmitted.
U. S. GOVERNMENT
NK5HT MAIL SERVICE
Carriage of United States mail
by airplanes at night will be made
possible by use of radio phone sta
tions. This swift means of communi
cation will be applied on mail car
ry airplanes whose course after
nightfall will bo chartered by ra
diophone stations. Positiors, land
ing conditions, weather conditions
will be sent to the air machines
from the network of the fifteen radio
stations operated by the U. S. post
office department. Tho airplanes are
equipped with the latest and most
efficient type of radiophone and
will be in constant touch with one
or more of these stations.
British radio manufacturers are
extremely busy in anticipation of a
broadcasting boom this winter. The
Importation of receiving sets has
been forbidden and all sets must
be British made. This was done to
protect the British Industry from
the importation of cheap and Infer
ior, sets of German make. Owners
of sets will be required to obtain
a listening-in license at a small
Consider the millions who are suffering from cold,
hunger and the results of summer strikes
and give thanks
that you live where cold is unknown, hunger un
Have you ordered your case for the friends
who will come Thursdar?
Phone 444 L
Lihue Ice & Electric Power Co., Ltd.
Phone 291 A
P.O. Box 27
Dealers in Tires and Accessories
ACETYLENE WELDING A SPECIALTY
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
TflST ACCUKRTI INTEW3lRNI 4EHVICL
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fAUTURL TELEPHONE CO.,
Ut HUE; KRUHI.
Tlrtl SI6NRIS Uttt DRILY
TRA to IISOTW
Litjhts the House
Lights the Barn
Pumps the Water
' For the Country
Delco-LSght gives complete elec
trio light and electric power service
to your home. It furnishes bright,
clean, safe lights in all parts of
your house and barn light every
where at the touch of a button.
Delco-Light power pumps and
forces the water to the house, to
the dairy barns, to the stock
troughs. It does the milking, sep
arating, churning, grinding, wash
ing, ironing and sweeping.
You can have the full benefit of
Delco-Light service for a few cents
a Dependable Delco-Light
is made in 25 styles and
sizes a size for every
need. All models have
the famous four-cycle, air
cooled, valve-in-head en
gine; only one place to
oil. Over 140,000 satis
Easy payments if desired.
Write for catalog.
It Is a ple.isiue to use
Certaln-teod paint, It
is such good paint.
Everybody likes it
i r the name reason
it spreads ho eas
ily and covers so
much surface to the
gallon. It's bound to
with such quality in
The price is the surprising thing about Certaiu-teed paint.
Such quality couldn't be sold at these prices except for the
Certain-teed cost plus basis. You get the saving.
Write us before paiiling it will pay you.
Dixtributvd in llawuii by the
Pan-Pacific Traders, Ltd.
Hotel mid lMliel Stats., Honolulu
1'uint, Varnish, Knojing and Jivlalcd lluilding Products
WHEN IN HONOLULU, STOP AT
You can get a well furnished, modern, light, cpol,
comfortable room for $1.50 per day up; eat where you
Child's Restaurant, operated in connection with the
Hotel, offers high class, modern service at reasonable
We advise that you make
RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor.