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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY JAN. 14, 1919
ALL IT TAKES IS
This Space donated to the Red Cross
by Lihue Store
Saving to Bring
Empty ships cannot bo sent
from America to Franco to get
loads of soldiers. People are starv
ing on the other shore and must
mve food from America. Every
ship that loaves our ports for
European shores must he filled
with food. When wo remember
tliat wo linve more than two mil
lion soldiers overseas who must bo
fed; 'that we have a food pledge
to the Allies to fulfill; and that
millions of liberated peoples are
looking to us for food, we realise
the tremendous task ahead of us.
The housewife is now saving food
n order to save the world that
her son helped to rescue from ab
There can be no putting off for
a few weeks this newer and great
er task. No American homekecp-
er can relax her strict program of
food saving by thoughtless cele
bration of the greatest victory in
the world. She must begin today
to increase the rigidity of her con
servation rules. The starved in
Europe must eat now, and mt
wait until next spring. Kcserves
must be piled up to be ready to
till the ships when they start
if tor our soldiers, or the home
coming will be delayed.
The women of America have
pnned what they can do when the
country calls on them for food.
They will not fail in this greater
lak when the country' calls for
more, and still more food not
for our own soldiers, or even the
allies alone, but for the furnished
world. The work of the women
in the homes will last for a long
while yet until Europe gets back
on its feet. But right now-
right today the task is greatest
of all, because so much must be
accomplished in a few months.
The American women can do it
they can save food to win the
world- just as they saved food to
win the war.
TENDERS FOR REDWWOD PIPE
Tho Board ot Suuorvlsors of tho
County of Kauat, at Lihuo, T. II., will
rcceivo bids up to 10 o'clock A. M. of
Feb. Gth, 1919, for furnishing 4500
feet of 4 Inch Iledwood Pine, to bo
delivered at Port Allen, Kauai.
Tho pipe to bo designed to with
stand a pressuro of 25 lbs. to tho
squaro Inch or more. All bids must bo
accompanied, by a certified check
covering 5 per cent of tho amount
bid. Tho usual bond will bo required
If tho contract is awarded.
Tho supervisors reservo tho right
to reject any or all bids.
J. H. MORAGNE,
County Road Supervisor.
Jan. 14, 21 28, Fob 4.
FOR HALE OR KENT
Slightly used pianos. Also
piano tuning and repairing. See
Jack Bergstrom, Lihue Hotel.
We are able to sell
these lace boots
with cloth tops at
the prices quoted
for a short time on
ly. Wc cannot buy more to sell at these figures, our ad vices from
the manufacturers being conclusive that shoes will cost more.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Up-to-date Livery, Drayiug and Boarding Stable and Auto- '
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINAT'ON IN THREE HOURS
ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Works 2d and South Streets
Brown Portable Eluvatnrs and Filers
Hawaiian Ucprcsentatirca for
Money-making machines for handling in
sugar in bags and packed material
warehouses, wharves and railroads.
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Let our years -of experience bo of assistance
to you. Call or write
HENRY WATERHO'JSE TRUST .COMPANY, LIMITED,
Bonding Insurance Real Estate
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