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TITFi GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOV. fi. 191S
liiidallii rffifitnl and (voiiontictil for mill trnrk
Snniliii-.v wciillicrpvoof iiiTivoof.
A liili nnU' cold waler paint for exterior snul interior work.
I'ut up in :!.'() pound liiirrcls. "A reputation behind if and
approved by 4he Xiition.il Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
Honolulu Iron Works- Co.
Honolulu, T. H.
Order it By Mail!
Our Map. Ouiti! I 'im-ai.-i .m i:nt is excep
tionally well c.piipp.'d to handle nil your Drug
and Toilet wauls tliorminLly and at once.
W'c will pay postage on all orders of "()J; and
over, except the following:
.Mineral Waters, I'ah.v Foods, (llasswarc
and ai'ticles of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailablc: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cuy Antiseptic Tabids, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very heavy or contains much
liquid, we suggest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store
Box 426 Honolulu
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Theo. FL Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU and HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
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s-if - I! 'I'ri-erators 8parl( Plan's Flaslili-lili
I'aints VaniWieH lini-lies Oils (Incases
ll-me-M SmMlery If.if.fiiirf Trunks Sail Casey
eh'. ' etc.
Fancy ami Staple l.ines, Keeii, ele.
Shoes Toilet Sailies Stationery etc. elc.
' INSURANCE AGENTS
Writers of Kiiv, Marine, ('onien.-:ilioii, Aulmiioliile ami liscellaiicnus
Cami lian-Aastraliaa Itoyal M iil Steamship Line
'l '!liiMt:oa iiujoniritioM .viil lie rlieerl'nlly I'imii-lie.l In reanl to any
of icir lines in w 1 1 i i 1 1 yuii may lie iulcresleil.
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Buying Daily Food
For the Family
Halea to follow when war prices
1. f-'et aside enough money. to buy
1 quart of milk a (lay for each
chilil and. ono third quart of milk
daily for each grown person.
Cheese will do for grown people
in place of milk scant 2 ounces
of cheese for one third rjanrt.
Skim milk liaa nourishment for
grown people; not :.o good fnro for
children; half the child's daily
quart may be skim milk if neces
sary. If anyone has to go without milk,
it must not. be the children.
2. I'.ay 2 to .1 ounces of some fat
for each grow a person.
Children who ere getting a quart
of whole milk daily do not need as
much other fat.
Hatter is the best fat, especially for
I'.ny only sag;.r enough to make
Che meala palatable; it it not needed
Due and a half ounces, or about
:i level table.-ipoonfuls daily of sugar,
lnney, molasses, or syrup for each
person is enough. Not more than
1 ounce of tiiiu should be in the form
spending more than necessary for
sugar when the purse is low cuts off
the family from other food more
4. I'uy each I ly potatoes and one
oilier vegetables cubl:a:;n, onions, car
rots, turnips, beets, or the like.
Children may have daily 2 or 3
medium sized potatoes and Vi pound
r more of sunn other vegetabes.
5. Buy no more than the Food
Administration directs. For other
cereals use rolled oats, pinhead oat
meal, corn meal, hominy, barley,
rice and buckwheat.
Flours, moals, and breakfast
foods made from the entire grain
are more desirable than the others
Taose include water-ground corn-meal,
rolled oats or oatmeal, and cracked
Dried peas and beans and plenty of
potatoes make less bread necessary.
G. Give every member of the
family a little fruit every day.
Apples, fresh or dried, dried
prunes, and raisins are among the
7. All that is necessary to keep
the family alive and well is told in
the above list of foods; if more is
spent, it may give variety and better
flavor to the. meals.
If the family purse allown
Meat may be added for the grown
may be added for all the
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may be spent for milk,
butter, cheese, fruits, vog
fats, mid sweets.
The first six rules provide a plain
bat safe diet for the family; addi
tion, r.uy be pleasing, but are no
morn whole:,'., me.
UTMOST ECONOMY IN FOOD
10 Honolulu y
1 TERRITORY OF HAWAII k I M
JM. i Vfel
The Food Administration is now
urgiii'T upon the American people the
neces.iity for a direct decrease in the
amount of food consumed. Where
last .unr we-were asked to substitute
one commo-lity for another, we are
tlrs ye.-.r .requested to decrease our
coicuiiiptiou. With our export of
foi.d stntVs to Europe three times
wb-.'t. it W!a prewar times, and with
jtlns pi-oai'.-ility that with the rocon
eaernd to; riior'cs to care for, th's
I will h .ve to l.o largely increased, the
people of the tniied States are faced
I v. illi a greet i.nd serious problem. Mr.
' : ioo, .'!' in the follow'ns qaotatioin ex
presses Ii:s con:ulencc"iii liieir ability
o in. et Ibe silualif n :
"L.i.:t ..a ir we as'... d for a great de il
;( .sul- .titai ion of oae coinmodity for
n alu r but this year we mast have
' (1 reel ('ecrease ir. -t'l: ooil consum
ed. It means the greater elimination
of waste; and by "waste" we mean
not only Ibe detailed waste in public
eating-places and households, but that
caused by e; tin;; between meals and
eating a fourth meal in a day and
many other little habits of the Amer
ican people, that in the long run
amount to huge quantities.
It is easy enough to take ono lump
of sugar when you have been used to
hiving two. It's easy to do without
steak or roast beef at pertain meals
and have something else instead. It
is not so hard to eat victory bread.
It is going to be a lot harder to make
an actual reduction in tlie amount
that is eaten. Our problem is sim
ply to explain the need for doing
it and to devise ways of making it as
easy as possible to do. The American
people will do whatever they have to
everything in the
Silver and Cold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
IIest Quality Only.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
Lea pi no Jewelers.
P. O. Hox 342 Honolulu
W. H. ZIMMERMAN
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We carry a complete stock of U. S. L. Catteries and Battery Part3
also Automobile and Tire Accessories.
A COMPLETE LINE OF FORD PARTS
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The best in the Market for the Money.
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In all sixes; clotli and innr-
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y ler now.
Also a complete stock of
Calendar Pads and Stands.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Young Hotel Bldg.
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SUva's Toggery, Honolulu.
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Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
Tobacco, Notions of all kinds.
MAIN STOKE, KI.KKLK,
;do, when they know that doing it is
necessary and when they know how
to do it."