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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 6. 1917
1 nin appointed ns
Oem-nil Agent for
The Home Insurance Co.
of Hawaii, Limited
Western States Life
And am now in m-Mliiin to is
sue jiolicicH for tin- following:
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Marine, Surity and
Work men V Compensation
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Use Home Products
Kauai Sugar and Kauai Sweet
Potatoes Ask for Washed
We are asked ly this Food Ad
ministiation to save sugar. This
niny seem' ridiculous to us living in,
a "sugar country," and yet the
need is pressing and we should do
our hit. Americans consume sugar
nt the rate of IV2 pounds a month
per person The French have hcen
on an allowance of less than 2
pounds a month, and must soon go
without unless America can
help. France is now asking America
for 1(X),000 tons of sugar to relieve
Yfcu are asked to cut your con
sumption of sugar from V to V2.
This means not only cutting down
the amount actually eaten, but eli
minating waste: less candy, less
sweet drinks, lcis sugar on oatmeal,
less cake and pie, 110 more sugar
from the bottom of teacups to be
poured down the kitchen sink. Give
the children honey or molasses in
stead of sugar sometimes; they will
enjoy the change, and vou will, too.
One ounce less sugar a day per per
son in the United States would save
1,1. So, (XX) tons a year. Remember,
and save at least your ounce. One
ounce of sugar is about one rounded
Use brown washed sugar from
our own nulls. 11ns sugar is ex
cellent: no one could asked for
better. It is used quite largely now
on the island, and .we have been
told respectfully in one community,
"It's plenty good enough for us.
and indeed it is. It is lx-tter for
coft'ee'than white sugar, makes good
cakes and fine jellies and jams.
Moreover, in using it, you are sup
porting a ' Home product" and
saving freight space for other neces
sary foods, as well as eliminating
transportation costs. Most of our
stores sell brown sugar. Ask for
the "'washed sugar."
sweet potatoes is to lay the slices
down in a pan, sprinkle well with
brown sugar, and bake until the
sugar forms a glaze over the pota
toes. . v
Kauai Women' Food Con
Chairman, Miss Elsie Wilcox.
Hanalei: Miss Edith Christoph-
ersen, Mrs. Win. ern?r, Mr. JjO
Yet Fu, Mr. Akira Okamura, Mrs.
Kilauea: Mrs. J. R. Myers,
Mrs. S. Ishiura, Mrs. Antone Rap-
tista, Mrs. Sera Peres, Mrs. Her
Keaha: Mrs. Senni, Mrs. h.
M. Cheatham, Mrs. R. Matthews,
Mrs. E. Mladnich, Mrs. S. Taka-
ta, Mrs. Jules Rapo.a, Mrs. . V .
Lihue: Mrs. Broadlnt, Mrs.
J. A. Hogg, Miss Hannah Sheldon,
Mrs. Martin Dreier, Mrs.Okamoto,
Mrs. W. R. Bridgewatcr, Miss C
Bettencourt, Mrs. Miyasaki, Mrs..
Albert Gandall, Mrs. Win. Kaiawe,
Koloa: Mrs. A. II. Waterhouse,
Mrs. Henry Blake, Miss Tsui Ta-
shin.a, Mrs. Maile, Mrs. Stiles,
Mrs. S. Kaulih.
Eleele: Miss Janet Ilastie, Mrs.
J. I. Silva, Miss Frances Pillar,
Mrs. K. Betsui. Mrs. M. B. Mar
tin. The Eleele school children.
Makaweli: Mrs. C. L. Hodge,
T. Nagatoshi. Mrs. A. Abreu, Mrs
J. Burgess, J. M Cruz.
Waimea: Mrs. Brandt, Mrs
McGregor, Mrs. Danford.
Glass Dishes for Baking.
The Newest Method
Shirred ejjsr pans
An (i rat in
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Ways of Cooking Sweet
While the present plenteous supply
of sweet potatoes is in the market it
is to be, hoped that every Kauai
housewife wi.ll use them as often
and as generously as her family
would' like. There are a number of
ways of preparing them which add
variety, and for nutrition they are
fully the equal of the Irish potato
at half the price
In the following recipes, which
have all been used and approved in
Honolulu, several ways of cooking
the tuber are suggested. In boil
ing sweet potatoes Mrs'. James Rus
selof the V. W. C. A. says that
they will cook more evenly if put
on to cook in cold water. Bring
this to n boil and then add a little
Boiled Sweet Potatoei
Bifiled in their skins until they
can be pierced with a fork, pare
quickly, lay upon a flat dish, but
ter each and serve hot. .
Fried Sweet Potatoes
Slice cold boiled weet potatoes
roll in Hour or cornmeal and try in
dripping. Drain Well on brown
paper before serving.
Baked Sweet Potatoei
Select those of uniform size, wash
wine, parboil in their skins, and
bake in a moderate oven.
Sweet and Irish Potatoes Sante
Chop cold honed Irish am
sweet potatoes and mix them
Heat fat or dripping in a saucepan
stir in the potatoes and toss them
with a fork until very hot. Season
with salt and pepper.
Glazed Sweet Potatoei
Parltoil in their skins, then peel
and lay in greased baking pan and
bake- in a hot oven. Baste with
soup stock and then with butte
until they are well browneL
Creamed Sweet Potatoes
IS01I in their sums, pel, an
slice. Mix with a cup oi cream
sauce and bake in the ovin for half
Sci lli p Sweet Potatoes
Boil, peel. A 'c them thin
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and Ironing
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kedia
puc a layi r m
brown s tar,
sweet pot;. to
t'-e bott..:n of a but
.ii.-ii. Sot inkle witl
lice r.iu'ther layer
pri'.iKie with sugar
ti e dish is full
an t so
"eke in a mi-dcnte oven.
CsndUd Sweet Put.. tie
Mix sweet potato".-, one fourth
cup water, one cu; brown s;igar,
or. teaspoon b'.utei
I'.trhoil, peel, and cut the pota
toes into quarter inch slices. Boil!
su..'.r. water and butter tog-thcr!
until syrii,i t:;Kc is ivuhed. Place
slices of potato in l hi syrup and
simmer gently for an hour, then
i let the syrup boil away until it is
almost dry. Serve with incuts.
1 Another way to make candied
Demonstrations in Bread'
Mrs. Russell of the Young Wc
men's Christian Association in Ho
nolulu will arrive on Kauai Wed
nesday, Nov. 7th, and will spend
ten days on the island demonstrat
ing bread-making in each district.
Mrs. Russel has very ably conduct
ed demonstrations in bread-making
ind economical cooking in Hono
lulu under the auspices of the Wo
men's Committee of the Territorial
Food Commission. In response to
an invitation from the' Mokihana
Club, she arranged sometime ago to
demonstrate bread-making for the
club at its November meeting, and
at the request of the Kauai Women's
rood Committee and through the
courtesy of the l.W. C. A., she
will extend her visit to other parts
of Kauai. Her program as arrang
ed, is as follows:
Wednesday, Nov. 7, Lihue, Mo
kihana Club, Lihue Social Hall,
30 p. ni. Yeast and Baking-
Thursday, Nov. 8, Keaha, Keaha
school. 3 p. m. Yeast and Baking
rnday, Nov. 9, Kilauea. Place
to be announced, 3:30. Breads.
Saturday, Nov. 10, Hanalei, old
church, 10:00 a. in. Breads.
Monday. Nov 12, Waimea. Hall,
2:30 p. m. Breads. .
Tuesday, Nov. la, Lleele. lime
and place to lc announced. Breads.
Wednesday, Nov. 14, Makaweli,
Club-house, 2:30 p. in. Left overs,
vegetables, oups, desserts, etc.
Thursday, Nov. 15, Koloa. .Time
and place to be announced. Breads.
Friday, Nov. 16, Lihue. Time
and placo to be announced. Leftovers.
Arrangements for the demonstra
tions" are in the hands of committee
members in each district, who will
be glad to supply any information
desired. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to attend any of the
public lectures from Nov. 8th to
Children Asked to Help Save
During the last week, which ha
been observed as Food Pledge week,
tlie school children of the public
schools of the island have been giv
en brief talks by their teachers and
by members of the Women's Food
Committee on the saving of food
and avoiding of waste. Pledge
cards, sent out by the Territorial
Food Commission, have been ex
plained to the children and signed
by them. These cards read:
"I am glad to do my part as far
as I can to help my country. 1
will try not to wante bread or any
other kind of food "
A space is left for name and ad
dress and a line in which to answer
t bequest ion, "Have vou a garden?"
Threatened Loss of Steamers
We are sorry to learn that we are
in imminent danger of losing the
best of our Intcr-lsland steamers.
They are subject to immediate re
quisition, at any time, by the federal
government. What this will mean
in the way of .inconvenience and
lcrhaps distress, we can hardly for-ee.
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THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received suoject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
proved security. ,
Drafts Drawn on
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary 'and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
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Oahu league Kauai Aimdei.r Athletic Association
Maui Athletic Association Honolulu Commercial l.eaj'iie
Hilo Base Ball League Oahu Plantations' Base Rail lA'ai.ue
Regimental Series, Scl.olieid Barracks
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