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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921
Code for Tire .Users
Also .Save Tires
Under-inflation destroys more tires
than all other causes combined.
When we remove that one source of
expense from your tire problem, we
have performed a service you will
It's really quite easy, too.
We supply tubes that actually hold
The Goodyear Heavy
Tourist Tube, with its
extra thickness, purity
of rubber, laminated
construction and built-in
value patch, prevents
1 Keep tires properly Inflated.
2 I3o suro to repair llttlo tread cuts
3 Provont blowouts by avoiding so
vere Jolts and by maintaining full
4 Have mud bolls cleaned out and
repaired at once.
6 Bo careful In applying -tubes.
6 Avoid sudden stops, quick starts
7 Keep front wheals In alignment.
8 Uso French Talc in the casing
but avoid using too much.
9 Avoid ruts and save the sidewalls.
10 Apply Chains properly. (If they
must be used.)
11 Avoid sharp obstructions.
12 Remove grease, oil and acids
from your tires at once by using
a cloth moistened in gasoline.
13 Examine clincher rims occasion
ally for irregularities and rust.
14 Prevent damago from rust by us
ing rim paint.
15 Carry spare tubes In a bag.
16 Keep sparo tires covered.
17 Bo sure that nothing on the
machine scrapes the tires as they
18 Avoid the-use of any substitute
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Reliable mechanical attention
given to your Ford means more
service from your car and less cost
in its operation. Let us take care
of your car. We have the mechan
ics who know how and use only
the genuine Ford materials and
only ask the fixed, standard, Ford
factory prices. As you value the
use of your Ford see that it is kept
Your Success depends on
how you use your spare
time and your spare
BEN FRANKLIN said: "Dost thou
love life? Then do not squander
time, for thut is the stuff life is
WE SAY: "Do not squander mon
ey for that is the stuff that bank
accounts are made of."
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this
bank will help you to save your
spare change. fhlnk it over:
If you can't get your FAVORITE
from your Newsdealer send to
FISHER'S P. O. Box 1224 Honolulu
Tuesday evening at a meeting of
the Snagtown Educational Society,
Miss Mae Sllmbatt read an article on
"Personal Devils." Seventeen were
Chailes Ewoll went to Little Itock
Saturday with a car of hogs. Several
of the neighbors helped to make up
Judgo Bontz can peel an apple and
keep the peeling all In one piece.
.Judge Bontz of Bull Frmr t
reports that they are so dry out there
moy navo to pin their nostace stamn
on thoir loiters. Arkansas Thomas
"What town is this?"
nes suung over on tho grocery
porch talking politics." Louisville
A Tractor vAnd
A Fordson tractor and Oliver plow
demonstration will be held in a
large lot opposite the Samuel Mahe
lona Memorial Hospital, Kapaa all
day, Apiil 21. The Fjrd Motoi
Company's representative, Mr. A. F.
Branson, is on Kauai and will have
charge of the demonstration. It is
his intention to show the local peo
ple exactly what tho Fordson will do
in the way of plowing, harrowing and
all kinds of hauling, and driving
It will be of interest- to all local
people who have any intention of
buying a small tractor, to be present,
as they will be able to see the Ford
son actually ot work.
Mr. W. S. Bennett of the Oliver
Chilled Plow Works have built a
special plow for tho Fordson tractor,
and this plow was chosen by Henry
Ford as the plow best adapted to the
All types of plowing will bo 'done,
Including first, second and third
plowing and harrowing also. In the
lot to be used are all kinds of grounds
including level and side hill. This
lot was planted in cane but has been
lying fallow for about five years, but
still retains tle ridges and level
ditches. It will bo a real test for
the Fordson tractor, as this lot is typ
ical of the local homestead country.
Kapaa Express for general hauling.
Offico Kauai Drug Co. tf.
Good Ilau wood delivered to Lihuo
and vicinity, $11.00 a load. Write
Box H, Lihue. tf.
TAKE A GOOD OFFER
It is a fine art to know a good
thing when yod see it, and still more
io to take it when you have tho
A Filipino laborer on one of our
plantations fell from a truck and
was somewhat seriously injured.
After months of treatment the plant
ation proposed a final settlement
which would give him .his full wages
at easy work. This ho declined to
aqcept and struck for a higher figure.
Finally the matter came before the
Accident Board and they awarded the
man, in accordance with the law,
considerable less than, the plant
ation had offered.
The Filipino is overcome with sur
prise and indignation over the outcome.
Tho Board of Registration for the
islands of Kauai and Nilhau will sit
n the County Building at Lihue on
Wednesday April 27th, 1921, and as
often thereafter as necessary to hear
all cases of appeal from decisions o
tho County Clerk, that may properly
come before tho Board. '
J. L. HJORTH,
Chairman Board of Registration for
tho islands of Kauai and Nilhau, T. II.
April 19, 2C, 1921.
S. S. Claudine Schedule
The above vessel, commencing with her sailing on April
10th, will sail every Tuesday at 8 p. m. from Pier 12 for Naw
iliwili, Port Allen and Waimea, returning will sail from Wai
niea at 2 p. in. every Friday and from Nawiliwili at 5 p. ni.
every Friday, arriving in Honolulu early Saturday a. m.
Note: Passengers will be carried only to Nawiliwili and
Port Allen and on the return trip from Waimea and Nawili
wili. Freight will be received for Port Allen aud Waimea on
Mondays at Pier 13, on Tuesdays at Pier 12.
Every second and fourth Tuesdays freight will be received
for Makaweli also.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV. CO. LTD.
Honolulu, T. H.
Bag full of tools, sparkplugs, etc,
March 29th, between Waimea and
Kokee Camp. Reward If returned
to this office. 2t.
Girl for housework at Wallua Homo
steads. Address Box H. Lihue. 2t
Two Truck Drivers. Must know
how to handle a truck, and read
and write English. Apply at tho
C. B. IIOFGAARD & CO. LTD.
TO THE VOTERS OF
I beg to announce that I will be a
candidate on the Republican ticket
for Supervisor of Koloa District at
tho coming primary election and re
spectfully solicit your support.
CHAS. D. BLACKSTAD.
Koloa, April 18. 1921.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I beg to announce that I will bo a
candidate at tho coming primaries,
for reelection to the offico of County
Treasurer on tho Republican ticket,
and respectfully solicit your support.
K. C. AHANA.
Lihue. April 18, 1921.
TO THE VOTERS OF
I hereby seek tho nomination for
Treasurershlp of this County at the
Primary Election on May 21, 1921,
on the Republican ticket, and I kindly
ask the support of all voters ot this
J. K. COCKETT.
Koloa, April 11. 1921.
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