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T11E GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. AUGUST 20. 1918
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 494
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT
FORD CARS, McFARLAN, STANLEY STEAMER, LOCOMOBILE,
COLE, REO, CHEVROLET (except Model "490") AND SAJON, also
REO, COMMERCE, LOCOMOBILE AND MORELAND TRUCKS.
We carry a complete stock of U. S. L. Batteries and Battery Parts
also Automobile and Tire Accessories.
A COMPLETE LINE OF FORD PARTS
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The best in the Market for the Money.
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai. b
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For Frying--For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. Tbey now are tasty and crisp,
Thev are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by1 straining out the food
particles after each trving.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced ai d
cakes stay fresh and moist longer. t
Save Money, by Using
Double - Cable - Base
WE RECOMMEND THEM
A full stock in all styles and sizes
RUGGED and PLAIN TREADS
Agents For Kauai
These substitutions have been tried
out and tested by the American School
of Home Economics and are absolut
ely to be relied upon. If you use
them you will find that they are very
Flours: Up to 1-3 of other flour
and meals may be substituted for
wheat flour without change in the
usual recipes. Barley flour and rice
flour weigh V4 more per cup than
wheat flour; other flours about the
same per cup.
Thickening: Corn starch, rice flour
and potato flour have double the thick
ening power of wheat flour 1n making
white sauce, etc., barley, rye and corn
flours have about the same thickening
power, but corn flour must be cooked
Leavening: Svheat flour contains
gluten, rye and barley flour less of a
similar substance; other flours and
meals have little or no adhesive sub
stance. This lack may be furnished
by eggs, the white particularly, when
eggs are not too expensive. Cooked
starch is a partial substitute for glu
ten and boiling water may be used or
part of the substitute may be made
Into a thick paste to "hold" the leav
ening agent. More baking-powder, etc.
must be used with substitute flours.
Use y2 teaspoon baking soda to 1
cup of thick Bour milk or molasses.
One-half teaspoon baking soda is equi
valent to 2 teaspoons baking powder
In leavening power.
When omitting eggs in recipes, add
1 teaspoon baking powder for each
egg left out, down to one egg.
Fats: Lard Substitutes, like Crisco,
Cottolene, etc., weigh less per- cup
than lard, but are equal to it in short
ening power. Use oleo the same as
butter and "drippings" the same as
lard. Oils have double the shortening
effect of solid fats. Use less "wett
ing." Substitute flours need less
Sugar: A cup of honey, thick sugar
syrup or molasses Is equivalent to a
cup of granulated sugar and 1-3 cup
of water. Maple syrup is not quite
so sweet anfl corn syrup much less
sweet than cane sugar; honey is
Brown and powered sugar are more
bulky than granulated sugar; about
Vi more are needed for like sweet
The new flours are not standard
ized, and different lots vary somewhat,
WHEN IN DOUBT, EXPERIMENT.
DO YOU KNOW OATMEAL
Do you know oatmeal makes delic
ious puddings and other good things?
Of course, you know It is a good
ureakfast food, but it is even better
llxed up for dinner or supper. It makes
Wholesome Bread and Cookies
An Appetizing Soup for a Cold Day
or a Baked Dish
for Dinner in the Place of Meat
10 cook uauuctu, sur siowiy '2
cups of rolled oats into five cups of
boiling water which has hi it 2 tea
spoons of salt. Cook for one hour or
over night in a double boiler or fire'
less cooker. This will serve five per
sons. If you want it for two meals,
cook twice the amount to save time
Try one when you have a light din
ner or supper.
2 cups Cooked .oatmeal, 4 apples cut
up small, V& cup raisins, cup sugar,
2 cups cooked oatmeal, cup
molasses, cup raisins.
Mix and bake for one half hour,
Serve hot or cold. Any dried or fresh
fruits, dates, or ground peanuts may
be used Instead of apples. Either will
serve five people.
With bread and dessert it is enough
for lunch or supper.
2Va quarts water, llA cups rolled
oats, 5 potatoes cut in small pieces
2 onions, sliced, 2 tablespoons flour,
2 tablespoons fat.
Boil the water and add the oatmeal
potato and onion, teaspoon of salt
and M teaspoon of pepper. Cook for
one half hour. Brown the flour with
the fat and add to the soup. Cook
until thick. One cup of tomato add
to the flavor. This serves five people,
is delicious with all meals try it.
1 cup milk or water, 1 teaspoon salt,
2V& cups wheat flour, 1 3 yeast cake,
1 cup rolled oats.
Scald the liquid, add salt and pour
oyer the oats, cool half an hour, add
the yeast mixed with 14 c"l lukewarm
water, and the flour. Knead and let
rise until double the size. Knead
again and let rise in the pan until the
size is doubled. Bake in a moderate
oven for 50 minutes. Makes one loaf
weighing 1V4 pounds.
Baked Oatmeal and Nuts
2 cups cooked oatmeal. 1 cup crush
ed peanuts, cup milk, 1 teaspoon
vinegar, teaspoon pepper, 2V4 tea
Mix together and bake in a greased
THE SERIAL SUPREME
THE EAGLE'S EYE"
By the Chief of the United States Service
WILLIAM J. FLYNN
Plots and Spy
The Girl of the Secret Service In
terprets the Romantic and Beauti
ful DIXIE MASON, of the U. S.
Secret Service, but suspected of
"THE EAGLE'S EYE," It
founded on actual facts, re
veals the Hun's attempted at
tacks on American Industries
nd shipping it exposes the
Kaiser's staff of spies now
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Who has Millions of Admirers,
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which produces a Powerful Thread
of Romance throughout the story.
Don't fail to see him.
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plots or just such outrage as have been uncovered, liy Chief Flynn, and shown in America's
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"THE EAGLE'S EYE." You can join on AUGUST 81st at the Tip Top Theatre, Lihue.
COMMENCES AT THE TIP TOP SATURDAY AUGUST 31st. WAIMEA, MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 2nd MAKAWELI, TUES1JA Y SEPTEMBER :?rd KOLOA, WEDNES
DAY SEPTEMBER 4th HOMESTEAD, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER olh KAPAA AND
KIGALI A, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6th.
P TOP THEATRF
IT'S COMING ! WHAT!
Tuesday, August 20.
M ary Pickford
AMERICA'S SWEETHEART, IN
From the Popular Novel hy Win. J. Locke An Extraor
dinary Production, Replete with Stirling Incident.-', Deeply
Charged with Pathos.
3ud Chapter of the most exciting Serial
"THE HIDDEN HAND"
HEARST PATIIE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL
'THE EAGLE'S EYE" WATCH FOR IT.
Thursday, August 22.
William Desmond in "Time Locks and Diamonds"
A Stirring Drama of Society and the Underworld in which a Gentlemen Crook "Goes Straight"
and Wins Life's Great Reward.
The 13th Chapter of the Stupendous Photoplay Serial
"VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN"
PATIIE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL.
IT'S COMING! WHAT? ' THE EAGLE'S EYE" WATCH FOR IT.
Saturday, Aug 24
J. Stuart Blackton
The Masterpiece of Screencraft Presents
"The World for Sale"
A picture nlllictcd with feuds ami party quarrels. An ex
cellent cast including Ann Little, W. Bittner and Crazy
Thunder, a real Indian chosen with especial care hy Mr.
Pearl White in the 18th Chapter of "THE FATAL RING"
Growing more exciting as it nears the end.
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"Stella Maris" will be also shown at
ELEELE, WED., AUG. 21; MAKAWELI, THUR., WAIMEA, FRI ., KEKAHA ,
SAT., KAPAA, MON.
"The World for Sale" will be also shown at
WAIMEA, MON , AUG. 20; MAKAWELI, TUES. KOLOA, WED. HOMESTEAD,
Till'. KAPAA, FRI.
pan 15 minutes. This la enough for