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TIIK MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913.
ElectHcize Your Kitchen
the modern? efficient way0
Be, electric-wise and install labor-saving electrical devices in your home. You
will be surprised how little the operating expense really is. No waste fuel no waste
time in waiting for the utensil to attain a proper degree of heat no waste of heat once
obtained and a better distribution of same. Note, too that an electrical appliance
may be disconnected from the current as soon as enough heat has been obtained.
But be sure to select the most modern, and efficient devices the guaranteed kind
the kind we sell.
demand mMj appliances
They are absolutely dependable.
THIS IS THE FAMOUS
The Iron others imitate
the ideal iron !
No more oldtime, stoveheated, smudgy sad irons that took hours to heat, only to cool too quickly. No
more the sweating, tiresome task of laboring in a stuffy, stifling kitchen. No more the dread of ironing-day
and its after-fatigue.
Now women iron the HOTPOINT way. Take their work out in the shade of the porch or a cool
anteroom. Attach to any lamp socket and begin to iron.
Element Guaranteed Ten Years
Six-Pound Iron, Three-Fifty
HOTPOINT irons have a heavy metal soleplate that is non-warping. Highly polished
bottom and sides. Asbestos heat-deflector that prevents overheating of top and forces
heat back to bottom. Easily detachable plugs with eight points of contact. Wire con
nections securely cable-clamped. Cool, well shaped handle. Attached stand that saves
An electric iron that's unequalled 6 lbs. style $3.50; 3 lb., $3.00.
ISLAND ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD.
Main Street, Wailuku