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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 13, 1917, Page 4, Image 4',
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THK GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1917.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Erery Tuesday Morning
There is no reason on earth why a hit man should not
look as trim and smart as a slender man. It all depends
on (hi' clothes he wears. We huild suits to (it any form
stout or slendei and guarantee to make oti look miart
and Well dressed.
Call and Examine Our Suitings
Snit.- Cleaned, Tressed and
Repaired "ii short notice.
Army Uniforms Our Specialty
Luther Dermont Timmons
An cnt' ii'iiMnc citi'n of Lilnic has suivi'i'dcd in turning "lit a vrv
rxtvll. nt arti. h' "f hutter from coei.aiiuts and last v.vk jjnvr many - -jilcMlic
opportunity "f "sampling" tin- product. Tin- matter is .f in-
tiTf-st here, at this tin).', when good hutter is so lityn in pri md eoeo:i-
nuts are s.. plentiful. The I.ihue exix riinenter not his idea from tin
following article in The Country (ientleiiian :
"The Cuhitas Valley, on the north slre of Cuha. is not a dairv
eouiitry. and hutter at fifty cents to a dollar a pound, and scarce at that,
has made us look round a hit for a suhstitute.
"Tin- is what we have found: Butter made of coconuts is entirely
as ud as and some people think Letter than that which is made of
cow's milk. . .
"Crind the meat of the nut as tine as you can with a good grinder,
and to each nut add a pint of lading Wider; put it in a press to separate
the milk from the pulp, and you have a milk very much like cow's
milk in looks and taste. , .
"It can he vised on cereal, in co'Tee, for custards i r anything tor
which one would use cow's milk.
"From this stage the treatment that we follow is just the same as
that ordinarilv used for cow's milk let the milk stand and the cream
rise; sour and' churn. After washing out the huttermilk, salt and make
into" rolls and molds. I always color it, otherwise it will he white; any
hutter coloring will do. I use the annatto seeds that prow here in ahun
danee and from which most hutter coloring is made.
"Our friends from the North who visit us frequently are -leliplHed
with our coconut hutter and sometimes carry a jar of it home with them.
It takes from six to ten nuts to make a pound of hutter. It should he
churned at a temperature of seventy degrees or helow This hutter took
the premium over cow's hutter at the C'uhita? Valley Fair in the year
F. E. Mii.ks.
We Are In The Same Boat
The following is from the Advertiser, of Honolulu :
The moving picture show proprietors of Honolulu apparently think
that "indecency pays."
There areimod films and decent films shown: hut there is scarce an
i, ,. r'a Liitiotnimiiciit irivcn that riot x not include at least one film
which is not only suggestive to the last degree, hut which "goes tin
The proprietors seem to think that the puhlie wants this kind of
thing. There are undouhtedly some people who prefer mistiness to
sweetness; hut The Advertiser does not helieve that the majority of the
nersoiis composing moving picture audiences at Honolulu, or anything
like a majority, want the nauseous messes that are served up to them at
the local show houses.
It will he a welcome change when one can go to an evening s niovn
entertainment without heing forced to spend a large part of the evening
looking at scenes of murder, suicide and illicit relations lietween the
An Invitation to Ali
Don't waste your time and strength
on hand pumps! Just drive up to our
place and get all the air you want
We maKe no charge for this service.
It's merely one of the many courtesies
we are always glad to extend to you.
Don't thinh. that we expect you to
buy gasoline or oil every time you
stop here. We Know that one often
needs air or water when he doesn't
need anything else.
And we Know that the low price
we charge for the grade of gas and
oil we handlo is tho only Inducement
necessary t" en here when you
want anyti... i.. lino.
Kauai Garage, Lihue.
Wk w ish to commend the entertainment.- of the "Merry Madcaps
Company," now heing presented hy W. Fernandez on Kauai. Their
features "nre clean and satisfying. It is a refreshing change from some
of the vulgar pictures which have recently heen sent to the Hawaiian
Islands, and we hope the puhlie will continue to show their apprecia
tion hy large patronage. The company appears at Kealia this evening.
Makaweli tomorrow evening, Kleele Thursday evening, W'aimea Friday
and Monday evenings and Kekaha Saturday evening.
Pi M.KiiN is issued hv the Standard Oil Company (a monthly)
ami once in a while it contains matter of advertising value to Hawaii.
The January numher, for instance, has on it's front cover three of the
most wonderful of Hawaii's fish specimens, in natural colors, the artistic
work heing splendid. In the hooklet is an article on Hawaiian fish
which seems to he accurate and is written in a very entertaining way.
I Entrust your BAGGAGE ORDER with the
ANDREWS EXPRESS CO.
They are down at all steamers to take care of or
ders that are intrusted in their caie,
Prompt & Efficient Service
M. E. GOMES, JR., Mgr., Honolulu
Mail orders kinily solicited.
WONG HOCK SHEE
Tip Top Bldg - - - Uhue
(Sipcciii! Correspondence of Tin: (Iauiikn
Washington, I). C, Jan 21. The
following order was today sent to
each memher i n Washington of
Honolulu Council, No. 1, Chiefs
"You are commended hy the
High Chiefs to appear nt the New
Cochran Hotel, Fourteenth and K
Street, on the evening of January
'27th, at half past six o'clock. There
will he a luau. Von are command
ed to hring your Ahaula and wear
yourTahu. Failure to ohcy these
orders will he hrought to the atten
tion of the Aha-Kukamalu.
"J. K. K.W.ANIASAOI.K,
"(jKolliiK W. FA!Hi llll.D,
Among the memhers of the Chiefs
of Hawaii now in Washington are
Senators Warren, Martin, Uohinson,
a n d llardwiek. Representatives
Rodenhurg, Ree, Davenport, Can
non, Fairchild, Miller, Moore, et al.
Delegate Kahuiiaiiaole, H.W.Rreck
ons and Jack Desha. The hiau will
he a typical Hawaiian feast; there
will he Hawaiian music, and, is
sihly, some Hawaiian dancing.
Music In Custody
Memhers of the brass hand that
has heen stationed on the (ierinan
gunhoat (icier were moved to Fort
Ruger yesterday afternoon as a part
of the division of prisoners for that
post. They marched through the
sireets carrying their hand instru
ments with them.
It was stated today jthat all. the
(lermans taken over hy the army
yesterday are in guardhouses and
uniler guard. They will he allowed
exercise every day, hut in general
their imprisonment will he (dose.
Virtually they a re prisoners,
though they were taken yesterday
under the status of 'interned aliens."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To The I'uhlie: I heg to an
nounce that 1 will he a candidate
to Micceed myself as county super
visor from the W'aimea district,
. .i . .i ... . t
aim mviie me Mipu 01 uu-i .n
the primary election to he held
April 7, next.
Winica, Fchruary, 10, RUT.
The undersigned, having heen
duly appointed Ancillary Adminis
trator of the estate of Carl ). Foss
late of Kekaha, Kauai, deceased in
testate, herehy gives notice to all
persons having claims. against said
estate to present the same, duly
verified and with proper vouchers
(if any exist), even though such
claims he secured hy mortgage, to
the undersigned at his olliee, Mutu
al Telephone Ruililiiig,Adaiiis l.ane,
Honolulu, T. II., within six mouths
from the date of the lirt puhlica
tion of this notice, or they will he
All persons indehted to said es
tate are herehy notified to make
immediate settlement to the under
signed. Dated at Honolulu, T. II., this
1 st 1 1 . day of January, RH7.
R. M. Ykti.i;son ,
( 'onsul of Norway.
Administrator of the estate of Carl
O. Foss, deceased, intestate.
Jan. ':;-:;). F. h. li-l:l--').
For Frying--For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no sinok nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste ot grease. They now are tasty and crisp,
Thev are inar'e more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table. The same Crisco can he used to try fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely hy straining out the food
particles after each Irving.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. '102.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility .
Crisco always is of the same freshness ami consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
niaking back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
Up-to-date Livery, Dray'in; and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THF.IR DF.STINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
B Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
York Manufacturing Co.
Largest makers of ice-making
machinery in the world
Ice Machines', Refrigerating l'lants
for Hotels and Plantations.
Catton, Neill, & o., Ltd.
it i nsilt of
is wrapped to
insure delivery to
you in a sanit
and to retain
Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
I IMPERIALISM 5
Jr Ju KwAllAcj bath
, soaw ;f:
B J TO VWu H
13 on antiseptic llf
P P soap, made for V a
U " Nursery, Toilet FW
E an general
-- -- purposes. f
For Sale at Ha8 a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
linllP Sfftra besides making it
LHIUe OlOre healthy and clean.
THE GARDEN ISLAND'S DAILY WIRELESS
All the hi news of the world every morning at only $1.00 per
month. The Daily is delivered hy auto at every town.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE .and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXFS
Fort and Merchant Sts.