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YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE
for the welfare of those dependent upon you Have You Made A Will? if not, it, is your duty to do so nt r.nn I')o not make the excise that your relate is too small
small estates need more careful management even than large ones. .
Make Your Will Now, and Appoint Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, as Executor. Come in and t; Ik it over with us, or write to us ahout this, important
matter, a consultation with our officers will place you under no obligation.
You Will Make A Mistake if you appoint an individual as executor; no matter how loyal and capable he may bt , be ;.- subject to accident, sickness, or death, and at
best his judgement is but the judgment of an individual.
By appointing the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, as executor, you secure the faithful services of a group ofstroiiK, conservative, experienced business men, who
make a specialty of the administration of estates, and who possess up-to-date information on sound reliable investments. One or more of tl iese men may fall sick or die, but
others stand ready to carry on the work.
The existence of the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, is perpetual, and you may rest assured that tin- interests f ycur estate and the welfare of your loved ones
will be safeguarded, if you name this company as executor of your Will, or Trustee Under your Will.
Hawaiian Trust Company , Limitd
120 S. King Street
Stock and Bond Department
Honolulu, T. H. Telephone 1255
(CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $500,000.)' '
Real Estate Department Insurance Department . Safe Deposit Vaults
Authorized by 'Law to act as Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
J. R. GALT, Treasurer and Manager
R. B. ANDERSON,-Director
E. D. TENNEY, President C. H. COOKE, Vice-President
H. H. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer
C. H. ATHERTON, Director
S. G. WILDER, Secretary
F. C. ATHERTON, Director
Senator Myers 'On Home
Senator Henry Myers of Mon
tana has expressed himself absol
utely and unqualifiedly against
the releasing of government acres
which have been devoted to sugar
cane laising to plantations, and is
just us strongly of the opinion
these lands should be thrown open
for. general entry by homesteaders.
He believes that neither the
people of the Islands nor Congress
will stand for any repeal of the
present laws that will prevent the
throwing open of the lands as
now.' He says his opinion is based
on his own conviction and what
he has seen and heard during his
travels around the Island, and
says that these lands should only
be thrown open to the people.
He claims it is un-American to
follow a svstem of leasing back
these lands to the corporations and
says he does not believe in govern
What's In A Name
It is a long time since The Com
panion has said anything in re
gard to odd firm names, but it
breaks its silence on the subject
because it wishes to compliment
the proprietors of a certain country
store on the public confidence that
enables them to do business under
the title of Delay & Steel. How
much happier in their name is the
Pennsylvania firm now known as
Love & Sunshine, and formerly
known as Love, Sunshiue & Bliss!
We are sure that if thev were to
move to a large city they would
make fortunes as outfitters for
young people about to set up
housekeeping. Those same young
people, after they had bought
their new furniture, would un
doubtedly like to go round the
corner and open an account with
another firm, the sign of which
reads: Love & Honev, Groceries
and Provisions. Youths Com
panion. Governing Profits
A bulletin has just been received
from Food Comisaion Ileadquarter's
in Washington governing dealers
profits and providing that no deal
er in certain specified staple com
modities shall sell at more than a
reasonable advance over the actual
purchase price of the goods sold.
These staple commodities include
beek, pork, mutton, sugar, syrups
and molasses, rice lard and lard
substitutes, condensed milk and
various canned goods and dried
This definite rule may not be ap
plicable to perishable foods but the
Food Administration will narrowly
watch cases in which there is an ab
normal rise in prices, in these com
modities with a view to checking
No business man will be asked to
forego his normal reasonable profit,
but speculative profits, and undue
war profits will be guarded against.
Nov. 4th, 1917
All dealers in foodstuffs who were
licensed November 1 by the Food
Administration will do well to take
an inventory at once because they
will be required to give details of
the condition of their business No
vember 1 in their first reports,
which must be submitted at Wash
ington December 1.
Forms for these reports are in
the hands of the printer and will
not 06 immediately available.
When thev are issued they will be
sent at once as a reminder that the
first report must be made. The
Food Administration gives this
general notice now, because later
many dealers might have difficulty
in etating just what stock they had
on hand November 1 .
The inventory; when' compared
with reports of later date, will en
able the authorities to determine
wnetner hoarding nas been prac
ticed. Reports are to be made
monthly and will be a transcriDt of
monthly business of all licensees.
Denlers in "perishable products
should make a careful inventory of
stocks both in and out of storage
November 1 and keep a record of
the income and outgo of all mer
chandise during the succeeding
months, as well as detailed records
of the cost of all merchandise.
The War Savings Plan
A small-sums war thrift plan
has been organized by the Federal
government to go into operation
Dec. 3, probably somewhat later
Twenty-five, cent thrift stamps
are being issued ta be sold by the
poFt office and various other agen
cies. These stamps are to be affixed
to a card, and when this card, which
will hold 16 stamps, is full, it can
be exchangedfor a War Saving $4
stamp which will bear interest at
4, compounded quarterly. These
stamps in turn will be exchanged,
when they amoun to that much,
for l). S. $100 certificates, which
will finally be redeemed in 1923. 1
Having the entire wealth of the
United States back of them, and
being redeemable as above stated,
there is no danger of any deprecia
tion in value of the certificates.
Some 200 bags of Home grown
I Kauai Irish Potatoes have come in.
They are reported to be of excel
lent quality, Refer to Mr. Case who
will put you on the track of them.
Food Conservation Wisdom
If you can't raise a pig, save one.
You can do so by eating less pork.
Every cellar of vegetables is a
trench of food preparedness.
One benefit of the war is 'that it
has induced consumers to study
foods and food values.
Dogs may be friends of man, but
sheep furnish clothing for his back.
Anyway, cottontails can serve the
nation better in rabbit pie than by
gnawing fruit trees.
"Serve your country by saving
Comfortable barns keep dairy
cows warm far more cheaply than
high priced feed.
The best way to take care of our
big potato crop is to eat it. Then
we can send more meat and wheat
to our own and the Allied armies.
Special December Sale at J .
Silva's Eleele Store. Advt.
A Discovery In Sugar Refining
The dean of the Aububon Sugar
School of Louisiana State Univer
sity, Dr. Charles E. Coates, hn
made the important discovery that
yellow-pine sawdust, charred in
an electric oven at a fixed tempe
rature, is a better refiner of sugar
than the bone black that has long
been the usual premium. The
new process may mean as much to
the lumber interests of the south
as the discovery of uses for cotton
tonseed meant to the planters.
Empty the contents 'f 1 tin of Buhhitts
lye into a Kettle with 1 quart of cold wa
ter, Htir with a stick and allow to cool.
Now take 0 11)8 of clean grease free from
salt, melt, and when just warm from the
)ye( which should he just warm )pour into
the melted fat gradually in a hiiiiiII Htreum
stirring constantly until about the consi
stency of honey. Then pour into molds,
which should he lined with paper.
Take 6 or 8 nuts, remove brown rind
olF meat and grate or grind as fine as
possible, then pour over it enough boil
nig water to cover. .Strain' and press
through a potato masher then again
through a-sieve and set away till next
morning. Skim off all butter fat and put
on ice until firm, then work until the
milk separates wash several times and
add salt just as you would cows butter.
Keep on ice.
for hire at all hours.
Tel. 228 Car No. 404
' Kapaia '
Wholesale and Retail Groceriei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
YOU CAN ENTUST YOUR SECURITIES IN
BUT WHEN IT COMES TO ENTRUSTING YOUR
YOUR SECURITIES ARE SAFE FOR PROMPT
AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. WITH THE ' '
ANDREWS EXPRESS CO.
M. E. Gomea Jr. Mgr.
To meet all steamers.
A Sacrifice Sale of Grass and Vel
vet Rugs and Toys will bo held at
J. I. Silva's Eleele Store beginning
next Monday. Advt.
One or two quin ts of milk a dav.
See K. O. Hopper, tiaidcn Island
Pelton Water Wheel Co.
Water Wheels. ;
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
Given to fabrics that are
sent to us for
Our efficiencv is equal to
that of anv mainland con
cern. Have your clothes
dyed here and save post
age. French Laundry
777 So. King St.,
Santa Clause Has Taken Up His
Where the Largest and Most Varied Stock of Christmas
Goods Ever Brought to Kauai Is Now on Display.
Cut Glass, ass and Porcelain Vases, and Jardinieres,
Tea and Coffee Sets.
Fine Lace and Embroidered Handerchiefs.
Hawaiian Souvenirs. Everything in Curios, Jewelry
" and Novelties.
Lacquer Ware. Trays, Handerchief -nd Glove Boxes,
Tea Tables, Taborettes, Cabinets, Etc.
Japanese Novelties. Scarfs, Kimonos and Kimono
Jackets. Silk .Novelties, Frames, Pin-cushions, Work
STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS