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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 24, 1917, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 24. 1917
Use Staffords Inks
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For office use.
inks in thb new
in pints and quarts.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
War Time Economy in Food
Y. M. C. A. Literary
Glass Dishes for Baking.
The Newest Method
Bread puns 1.25 ea
Pie plutea 1.00 a
CiiHtanl Cups .25 pa
Casserolus 1.75 ea
Khirrod cag pans .5 ea
Au Uratin 1.00 ea
W. W. Dimond & Co. Ltd.
HONOLULU " HAWAII
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
A circular which tells of the needs
and ways and means of food con
servation has been issued by the
Federal Food Commission and will
he put into the varions languages
for general distribution.
Some of the salient points are as
Save the Wheat.
Serve one wheatless meal a day.
Use other less indispensable cereals
and -save carefully on wheat bread
at every turn .
Save on Meat.
Use meat 'only once a day, and
in smaller portions so that there
may be as little waste as possible.
W e use far too much meat ; too much
for our own good, and too much for
the meat supply. Use carefully all
Save the Fats.
We are criminal fat wasters. Use
no butter in cooking; other less ex
pensive fat will do just as well.
Eschew fried foods they are bad
for you, and waste the available fat
supply. Go easy on soap; it is
made mainly of fat.
Save on Sugar.
There is a world shortage and
prices are going up. We use three
times as much sugar per capita as
our Allies." Use less candy and put
the sugar into jams and preserved
fruits thai will take the place of
Use Perishable foods to the full.
Mostly we have plenty of fresh
vegetables and fruits; we should
use them. Don't let any. portion of
our endowment in this line go to
Buy from the local grower
Distance means money and often
times waste as well; save transpor
tation, handling and the middle
Among the different Y. M. C. A.
Club meetings which were held last
week at llanamaulu, Koloa, Mc
Bryde camp 7, and Lihue, the pro
gram of the latter demands special
mention. Valentine Cobacho, treas
urer of the Lihue Club, and chair
man of the Program Committee ar
ranged a very interesting literary
program for Saturday evening.
A stringed orchestra of four pieces
furnished the music of the evening
and Adriano Borha president of the
organization presided at the meet
After the opening number by the
orchestra the club sang My Philip
pines, My Philippines" which was
followed by the invocation of the
president. Valentine Cobacho spoke
on "The Y. M. C. A. What it
means," explaining the emblem of
the Association and what.it stands
for. Ksteban Bugtong followed with
a Filipino reading and Adriano
Palma spoke on lhe American
Flag." After another selection by
the orchestra Juan Jerudico res
ponded with Current Events. Ar-
cadio de la Pena's vocal solo telling
of the caprices of a witty preacher
was loudly applauded. Frocopio
Puring responded with a few words
Advantage of being a l . M. C A.
member." After a few remarks by
Mr. Ladd and another selection by
the orchestra, the meeting ad
This is the first of a series of pro
grams which will he given by the
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST
V. O.Bgx No. 594 Honolulu
The name is rather against them,
suggesting fodder rather than food ;
but you should read the article in
the Planter's Record for July, in
which the virtures of the cowpea
are set forth, and some sample
To begin with, the chemical and
nutritive values are beyondcriticism.
You can get more digestible protein
and more fuel value from a pound
of cowpeas than you can from a
pound of choice beef.
In addition to this the many varie
ties of cowpeas have a very delicate
and pleasing flavor, and many most
Dalatable and satisfying dishes may
be made from them, including
soups, salads, fillings, combinations
with cheese, and meat and peppers,
etc. All this reads verv temntinelv :
but the "proof of the pudding is in
the eating;" we don't guarantee
them m fact.
It seems that Hamakua Hawaii
has originated a hybrid potato
which claims to be highly blight
resisting, so that the producer, one
Yamato, holds the limited supply
at 10 cents a pound, and lets you
have them at that price only as a
Mr. A. II. Case, our county
agent, reports that this Hamakua
Hybrid is not giving much prom
ise of special value here on Kauai .
Some pxneriments with them in
dicate that they are very reluctant
about startme : that in fact a very
largo proportion of them die, which
makes them undesirable on that
On Maui also; they do not prove
to be any more-immune from blight
than any other kind; there they
arc introducing new resistant seed
from the Coast.-
We are afraid that Yamato's
dream of a fortune from potatoes at
ten cents a pound is doomed.
MOTOR CAR EXCHANGE
We are pleeed t
acknowledge receipt of your
Inquiry with reference to
our experience with Zerolen
and to say that It Is an en
tirely satisfactory lubri
cant for Ford cars. Where
It ha been used In these
cars It has proven an eoonoo
leal and efficient oil.
Very truly yours
Endorsed tpr leadfiui' Distributors
because the records of their service departments show that Zero
lene, correctly refined from asphalt-base crude, gives perfect lubri
cation with least carbon deposit
Less wear and more power because Zerolene keep Us lubricating body at
cylinder heat. Leas carbon because, being made from asphalt-base crude, it
burns clean and goes out on exhaust
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For corroM ftada, (t our lubrication chart covarinf jpour car
f 4 turn aJMr and SttadArd SarvJc. SlmtMM
Stiletto 16" $12.50
do 14" 11.50
Golden Gate 16" $ 8.25
Fremont 14" $ 4.75
5 ply Republic No. 1
Red Rubber Hose
5 ply Aero Garden Hose
5 ply Sanco Garden Hose
Hydro Black Garden
25 ft. 50 ft.
Sprinklers, Wheelbarrows, Shovels,
Rakes, Hoes, Trowels
Fresh Shipment of Vegetable Seeds
and Flower Seeds
, (The Fairview)
Twentyvtwo elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
! WAIMEA HOTEL
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FRANK COX, Manager
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary. Savings
Deposiis will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
ft jjjjll Distributors
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