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THE GARDKN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 1917.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday Morning
Kenneth C. Hopper
J. M. Lydgate
It Means Us
Next week is to be Food Economy Week. Every effort will be mini?
to inaugurate a reign of strict economy and efficiency in the consumption
of all kinds of food, especially such foods us may be needed by our Al
Now a great many people doubtless will be saying to themselves if
not openly; "Well, .the little that I eat, one way or the other, is so
little that it really doesn't make any difference."- It is a threadbare
truism to remind ourselves that it is these littles all put together that
will save the situation, and that if it is a little saving, it is also a little
sacrifice, and easily made. Whatever it may be, our country asks it;
shall we not heed the request?
And others perhaps may be saying; "Yes,that is a good thing and
a necessary thing, and I hope the other fellow will heed the call and cut
out waste and. extravagance and luxury.,, And that is as far ns they go.
This is a personal, individual appeal; let everv man, every woman,
everv housekeeper look to the conditions in his own kitchen and on his
own table, and still more perhaps on his own sideboard. Let every one
contribute his little-bit to the grand total. Don't leave it all to the other
fellojv; he may be doing the same thing Jiimself because he sees you
United States Food Administration
WIN THE WAR BY GIVING YOUR
OWN" DAILY SERVICE j
SAVE THE WHEAT. One,
wheatkss meal a day. Use corn,
oatmeal, rye or barley bread and
non-wheat breakfast foods. Order
bread twentv-four hours in advance
so your baker will not bake beyond
his needs. Cut the loaf on the
table and oidy as required. Use
stale bread for cooking, toast, etc.
Eat less cake and pastry.
Our wheat harvest is far Ix'low nor
mal If each person weekly saves one
pound of wheat Hour that means
150, 000,000 more bushels of wheat for the
Allies to mix in their bread. This will
help them to save DEMOCRACY.
SAVE THE MEAT. Bee tA
mutton or pork not more than once
daily. Use freely vegetables and
fish. At the meat meal serve
smaller portions, and stews instead
of steaks. Make made dishes of all
left-overs. Do this and there will
be meat enough for everv one at a
We are today killing the dairy cows
and female calves as the result of high
price. Therefore, eat less and eat no
young meat. If we save an ounce of
meat each day per jK-rson, we will have
additional supply equal to '.'.'.'OO.OOO
SAVE THE MILK. The chil
dren must have milk. Use every
drop. Use buttermilk and sour
milk for cooking and making cot
tage cheese Use less cream.
SAVE THE FATS. We are
the world's greatest fat wasters.
Fat is food. Butter is essential
for the growth and health of chil
dren. Use butter on the table as
usual but not in cooking. Other
fats are as good.. Reduce use of
fried foods. Save daily one-third
ounce animal fats. Soap contains
fats. Do not waste it. Make your
own washing soap at home out of
the saved fats.
Ubc one-third ounce lesn jxt day of
animal fat and 375,000 tons will le saved
Waimea Stables j
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto- I
Livery Business. ' 1 J
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE j
BETWEEN LIHUE ' and KEKAHA j
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday., J
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS I
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71 J
SAVE THE SUGAR. Sugar is
scarcer. We use today three times
as much per person as our Allies,
So there mav be enough for all at
reasonable price use less candy
and sweet drinks. Do not stint
sugar in patting up fruit and jams.
They will save butter.
If anyone in America saves one ounce
of daily nujrur, it means 1, 100,000 torn?
for the year.
SAVE THE FUEL. Coals
conies from a distance and our
railways are overburdened hauling
war material. Help relieve them
by burning fewer fires. Use wood
when you can get it.
USE THE PERISHABLE
FOODS. Fruits and vegetables
we have in abundance. As a na
tion we eat too little green stuffs.
Double their use and improve your
health. Store potatoes and other
roots properly and they will keep.
Begin now to can or dry all sur
plus garden products,
USF LOCAL SUPPLIES.
Patronize your local producer. Dis
tance means money. Ikiy peris
able food from the neighborhood
nearest you and thus save trans
liny leas serve small portions.
Preach the "Uohm-I of the Clean Pluto. "
Don't eat a fourth meal. ,
Don't limit the plain food of growing
Watch out for the wastes in the Community.
Full .garbage pails in America means
empty dinner pails i u America a n u
If the more fortunate of our people
will avoid waste and eat no more than
they need, the high cost of living pro
blem ol the less lortunute will lie solved.
United States Food Administrator.
Womens Com. Of Kauai Of
Tek. Foou Commission.
A Gripping, Sensational Photo-Drama of Alaskan Life.
-In 12 Reels-
I A new photoplay Edition De Luxe of the Famous Master-
I piece by Rex Beach.
i Stellar roles portrayed by the ever-popular William Far-
I num and Kathlyn Williams
I Will be shown at
I Kapaa Hall, Wed. Oct. 24th. Tip Top
I Theatre, Thur.; Koloa Hall, Fri.; Waimea,
I Hall, Sat.'; Kekaha, Mon.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS'
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 . HONOLULU
Th' man that starts out
with a candle to find
a leak in th gas,
gets quick re
sults, but they
VELVET, The Smoothest Smoking Tohacco,
is the slowly acquired result of more than
2 years curing of Kentucky "Burley de
Luxe." t M jr y
A Household Necessity:
Luther Household Sharpener
Why have dull knives, shears, chisels, axes or any ether
dull tool that should be sharp? Here's a sharpener any
child can operate; gives a keen edge in a jiffv; a light
strong little implement that may be quickly attached to
any table or bench.
GENUINE DIMO GRIT WHEEL
Next to impossible to sharpen wrong or spoil any tool,
lust the thing for the mechanic to take out on the job.
L.ewers & Cooke,
169-177 So. King St. ,
FORD E. I. Veitch, Oakland
. "California a phalt-base oil forms an ideal lubricant
for a Ford car."
STUDEBAKER Studibakcr Garage, Stockton
"having used ZroIene for over six years, feel justi
fied in recommending it to users of Studebakercars.''
DODGE McArthur Bra., Phrni
"have used Zerolene exclusively in all our Dodge
QArvLAND Oakland Auto Sales Company, Portland
"Zeroleno has proved a satisfactory lubricant in our
iiisa Ea IF ILa IEes Hl !
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Endorsed by Leading Car Distributors
because the records of tS 'ir service departments show
that Zerolene, correctly refined from California asphalt
base crude, gives perfect lubrication less wear, more
power, least carbon deposit.
Dealers everywhere and at "our
Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Ohdkr Ditaiitmi-nt is excep-
tionally well equipped to handle nil your Drug
- and Toilet wants thoroughly and nt onoe.
We will pay postage on nllorders of W and
over, except the following:
Mineral . Waters, Uaby Foods, Glassware
and articles of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very heavy or enntains much -liquid,
we suggest that you jinve it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store Honolulu
Ele&ric generating, transforming
and 'driving machinery--for
both direct and
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO!
Offices and Store
Allen Street ,
, 111 I my
it t milt t
is wrapped to
insure delivery to
you In a sanit
and to retain
i Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
For Sale at
is an antisept c
soap, made for ft
Nureiry. Toilet JH
lias a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making It
healthy and clean.
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
IF you buy a Michelin
Universal and hand U3
as much as you're asked to
pay for some tires, we'll
give you back 25 to 30
in change. Yet no better
tire than a Michelin can
be made. N
Mrs. J. A. llojrg, rn.jirietor
lilduMn Cattngt an usl at good as Michelin Red Innei Tubes,
which art cjlen Imitated In color tut neoei in quality.