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TTOXOT.rU STAK-BL LLETIX. FRIDAY. OfTOttEn 19. 1917
CANNED
MILK TO
HI
Condrnnod milk will Join the fool
tttuffs aviation ruTn before many
wore according to advice from
the mainland. Th hituatton with to
Kard to thr radically higher; milk
priwii Jiich farmers ar now aakitu
rvt mifc rondcnufrH and tanners
throughout the United States, indi
rates that materially higher price
will noon be asked by the canneries.
In addition to the advance in prices
of milk, tin plate for makiuc con
flensed tnllk cans has Jumped in price,
which adds to their burdens, say the
tannins leoi1e.
The price heretofore asked for milk
La been aronnd $2.1 to for a
hundred pounds of millc. On hun
dred iKnds 1 the standard for a
r.ae or condensed milk.- The farmers
abked, on the average. $'..2i prior
to October 1. Now they are demand
ing from $3.10 to J3.$t per hundred
pounds of milk. This means a rise of
between 90 centg to $1.34 ier rase,
hi the middle west the advance on
the jrradc of a case, of condensed milk
is $1.34.
Another important factor is the ad
yance In the price of tin plate for
making cans, of from 2.1 to .V cents
1r case. This Increase Is looked for
before the firht of the year. With
Hteel advancing In price, tin plate has
riben, and dealers look for an addl
ticnal DO cents to be tacked on to
the present price of a case of con-
dnsed milk, makln; the gross increase,
including the coat of milk. $1.84 to
$2. Herbert Hoover has taken the mat
ter,in hand, but until the price of
feJ for cows has taken a decided
drop. m!Vllef la, the milk condensing
business li looked for.
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1 Why Do They Smile?
WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT
By A. T. LONGLEY. Marketing Superintendent.
ISScwD 3Y THE TERRITORIAL MARKETING DIVISION
FOR WEEK ENDING, OCT. 19.
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LAND
EGGS
DROP
5
CENTS
A decided drop: In the market prices
of food stuffs, both vegetable and fruit,
came as a welcome relief to the suf
fering consumer during the past few
days. Without exception, every island
product has experienced . a slump In
prices. Probably the most Important
1a the 5 cent drop in the price of island
egga. These were selling at 80 cents a
dozen a week ago, but have now drop
pod to 75 cents. Coast egs remain
the same.
Bananas are selling on the loca!
markets from 20 to 65 cents a bunch
according to site. A good average
hunch demands 35 cents. Excellent
tomatoes have been received by many
of the markets, and these are selling
nt 6 cents a pound. Last week the
dealers were getting 10 cents for them.
Sweet potatoes are about the same,
selling for $1.25 a bag. Imported Irish
potatoes sold for $3.C0 last week, but
took a decided drop during the past
few days and may now be bought at
$3.23. Island corn is selling at $80
ton, against coast corn at $90.
uecip
es
For
Potato
Dishes
I The Urea
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1 All cat (Quaker Oat and all iu'e I.appyjlHiy aW SU;;;,;
EE wise, leather oat Quaker Ont. o les mother -iV C&H. Haw.. ku-p e!
tcr anI hrotlicr. 11 is alway
and von will iK' r top.
t i it u
to tart -ati:i- it j Wed J-p. eci. ct.
SATURDAY SPECIAL OFFER
1 Quaker Oats
H Two Packages for 25c g
i Just 'received from the i-oat and each contain? a
S-Wi of -.rjiaiw.
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ans. Maui. rc l. t.
ms. calico. . t . . .
sinall. w hi:
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doz. bunches . .
Ots. doz. bunciWs
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consjrnrs rp.nr.t! : hi
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at these pric' i
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t"- P:iA. ii.iw . dozen 7 "'. 1
vyj, mtabi.es. I
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"4 K ar.i::.-. larsc. b 12 to . V.
. .' j !' atmtj. small, lb None
;rcon p ppcrs. bell
Tit U.'ti ( ' r n p'-pp'TS. chili
to potato1.--. If land. Irish Non
1 'e ';' Pciatofs. sweet. ct 1 to
I'otatoes. sweet, rod' 1.1" to 1.2."
Are You Satisfied?
DO ou leave the hreakfa-t talth
ou enjoyed your up tf -ofiW!
with that feolinc that
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OR
Which
you wi-h to find a hrand to vour own tati
WE add to tin
(irtniud while
in
aroma of our Pine Kona C.ftcc
you wait 4 pounds, $1.00.
fresh-
WING HING CO.
Hotel Street, opp. Bethel Phone 4341
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T.sro. bunch
Tomatoes
Cucumber. do.on
rmr.pkins, lb
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The House of Quality
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Phone 3451
E King Street
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. . .2'i to ."' 1. lines, loo
l.' i' to 1.". 1 incapplcs. c" t
I'apaias, lb 1'4
12'
L1VKSTOCK
tlo and rheep ar. not bought at live weight. Ttey are slaughtered
d for on a dressed weight basis.
Hosfe woishinp up to l"(i lbs. .17 to .IS
DRESSED MEATS
.. .14 to .1") .Mutton, lb 1 to .1S?2
. . .11 t) .15 fork, lb 22 to .24 i
HIDES (WET SALTED) I
StecrT'No. 1 lb 1 Kips, lb IS,
Steer. No. 2. lb K Uoat. white 20 to .oU s
Steer, hair slip 1
EED
f. 8. b. Honolulu:
reef. Ib.
Veal, Ib.
"It Costs Less" "It Feeds More"
Include Poi In Your Menu
It i not only that it tastes good prepared in a dozen dif
ferent ways, but also that it costs less and contains aiore.
nutrition than any other food before the public.
ASK US HOW TO PREPARE POI
DAVID ALO oahu fish market
The following are prices on feed.
QUALITY
FOODS
POTATO ES AT DINNER
Potatoes may be used freely at din
ner, the variety which we all like be
jor secured oy varying ue wyn in
T. hlch the .potatoes are served. Then,
too,' ohApould not overlook the fact
-that, since both . of them are foods
ktaifi h aaHnr mnrn rtrttatrtAa 1 nun
can diminish the bread eaten and thus
t elp to save wheat, which is such an
Important matter at the present time.
Many think that potatoes are at
i their .best when prepared in the simp
, lest ways; that is, baked or boiled, but
even so some variety is possible, for
they may De casea in tneir jackets, or
wlth the skins rubbed or scraped off,
or pared and baked in the pan with
; meat, the juice they absorb Improving
tLelr flavor. The skins may be easily
rubbed oft new potatoes, and .almost
as easily from old potatoes provided
tbey are first dropped for ten minute
in boiling water.
. Potatoes may be boiled or steamed
' In the jackets, peeled entirely, or with
only a. ring peeled around the center.
The boiled potatoes may be served as
they are, or mashed, or rieed. Such
' Simple changes as these help to give
variety. . '
Corn, sm., yel., ton
Corn, lg.. yel.. ton. .
Corn, cracked, ton .
Bran, ton
Bailey, ten
Scratch food, ton . .
00.00
84.00 to S5.00
to S7.00
52.50 to 55.00
57.50 to 5H.0O
85.00 to S6.00
Oats, ton . .
Wheat, ton
64.00 to 65.00
S5.00 to 88.00
Middling, ton 64.00 to 65.00
Hay, wheat
Hay. alfalfa
37.50, to 40.00
36.00 to 38.00
IATI0NAL FOOD PLEDGE WEEK TO
BEGIN ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER! 2 1
FRESH RANCH EGGS .
Direct from California and distinct
ly not cold storage, per dozen, 60c
POTATOES
Per 1004b bag, $3.00
ONIONS
Per 100-lb. bag, $2.50
NEWTOWN PIPPIN APPLES
Per box, $1.50
California Feed Co., Ltd.
Phone 4121 Queen and Alakea Sts.
Under the direction of the Federal
Food Administrators, a national Food
Pledge campaign is planned for the
week of October 21 to 2S. This will
be an intensive drive to enroll all
American families as members of the
Food Administration.
A million and a quarter signatures
were secured to the pledge cards dur
ing the summer by the woman's com
mittee of national defense. This was
a great achievement, for the handi
caps were many, but the goal of this
new campaign is to secure pledges
from the rest of the twenty-two mil
lion American families. It will be
J worked as a sharp campaign to cement
all America into one great fighting
family.
Every man or woman who signs the
pledge card becomes voluntarily a
member of the United States Food
Administration, and promises to carry
out its directions and advice on food
economy as far as possible. Thus
America seeks to accomplish what
Europe has wrought by stern legal en
actment. The plans of the campaign were map
ped out in Washington, September 12,
CREAMED POTATOES
vThere are several dmerent ways in
xvwtch creamed potatoes may be pre
pared. (1) Freshly boiled or cold
boiled potatoes may be cut into small
cubes and served heated In cream
sauce. (2) wasn,-pare, and cut po
tatoes into small cubes. Put into fry
ing pan with a few slices of onion
cut up very fine, and parboil 10 min
seasoning of salt and pepper, and
milk enough to cover. Cook for 15
or 20 minutes or until the potatoes
are veil done and the sauce thick
and creamy. It is necessary to stir
the potatoes frequently to prevent
sticking. . The starch in the potatoes
thickens the sauce. Creamed pota-
: toes are particularly good to serve
with fish or chicken.
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TECr POTATQ KECIFE5 -
Of the many, possible recipes, the
. following are suggested as more or
less typical:
Potato Soup 3 potatoes, of medium
size; 4 cups skim milk. 1 small onion,
4 tablespoons butter or other fat. 2
tablespoons flour. 1 1-2 teaspoons salt.
1-4 teaspoon celery salt or 1 stalk of
celery cut in inch pieces, 1-8 teaspoon
chopped parsley, little cayenne pepper
or paprika.
-SJott the potatoes and when soft
rub them through a sieve. Slice the
onion and scald this and the celery
with the milk. Take out the onion
a A AfilAiHi Ann end tna mf l r eiAwlt
to the potatoes. Melt two table
spoons butter or fat, into which mix
the dry ingredients, and stir into the
boiling soup. r Boil one minute; strain,
add the remainder of the butter, or I
fat, and sprinkle with the parsley
"-SPECIALS
for Saturday only
Potato and
"TWnk-of-Me"
Salads
Appetizing, palate-tcmptinp: combinations,
with an excellent -Mayonnaise Dressing
Per pound, 25c
Freshly-ground Horseradish
15c Jar 2 Jars for '27m
Flour Dae For
40 Cent Drop
By November
Waste no dry bread. A single slice
is valuable and every bit thrown awav
means greater hunger in Europe.
Here are practical ways to usr dry
bread and thereby keep in the food
saving campaign, as urged by the
United States food administration :
Cut it in thin slices and toast it.
Crisp toast is appetising with almost
any breakfast drink.
Cut portions of loaves into cubes
about three-fourths of an inch square,
put in a shallow pan and toast in the
oven to a golden brown. Serve for
use in soup.
Revive the old fashioned dish of
bread and milk an excellent use for
dry bread.
Make into bread pudding, using rais
ins liberally to give flavor and make
the dish more attractive and nourish
ing. Or break up the dry bread into small
pieces and crush with a rolling pin,
when ready to serve. The parsley f "Is he honest V saving the bread crumbs for future use
improves the looks and adds a little I "I think he must be. I havent'in the place of flour. A covered glass
to the flavor,' but may be omitted if heard him bragging about it Detroit j Jar is a convenient receptacle for
this , is more convenient - Free Press... ,w ' - J storing them. -
METROPOLITAN
MEAT MARKET
New White- Clean Sanitary
Phone 3-4-4-5
A
rn
-f A drop in the retail price of
flour is expected by the first of
-f next month. Flour that is now
selling for $3 a bag is expected to
drop at least 10 cents. Local
dealers are anxiously awaiting
the arrival from the mainland of
new shipments of white flour
which was sold at the mills on
the new basis of $10.30 ner bar-
rel, the price that was recently
fixed by the federal food comruis-
sion. Dealers expect a drop of
at least ii) cents a barrel by the
first of November, which would
make a reduction of 10 cents per
bag to the consumer. Flour on
Uie local markets is ranging in
prices, but $3 is a good average
uer bag.
As soon as the mainland ship- :
ments are received the first of a ,
series of drops is expected. i
don't waste dry bread; !
Single slice valuable:
at a conference of the Federal Food
Administrators with the United States
Food Administration heads.
In his address to the state officials.
Food Administrator Hoover explained
the psychology of the pledge-card.
"We need," he said, "some sort of a
moral, definite attachment of every
household in the country to national
service that will form a binding link,
that will maintain the constancy of
reaction in the household over the en
tir'e period of the war."
The state campaigns will be worked
through state executive committees
down through country, city, village,
and township committees. The fed
eral administrators have complete
lists of families, by counties, and the
campaign workers are prepared to
reach every family from the most
crowded city tenement to the remo
test farm home.
All existing organizations will be
utilized in reaching these. It will be
a man and woman proposition, calling
for the voluntary services of enthusi
astic community leaders. Their work
w ill be backed up by the publicity
furnished by newspapers, moving pic
tures and teijse posters that carry the
story. The fact that the campaign will
be carried on by communities and
states will doubtless inject into it a
large element of competition. The re
sults will be communicated each day
fiom the country committees to states
headquarters, and from there wired to
Washington. Each town and country
is expected to try for a 100 per cent
record and the Food Administrators
count on a final tally of all America.
This means that in the windows of
every American home will hang the
emblem that pledges that family, man
and wife, young and old, to food con
servation, and to an open declaration
of allegiance to the governent. I
We Feed the Army and Navy
As wholesalers of anything and everything to eat we are
called upon daily to make large shipments to the forts.
Let ns supply your store.
Service Supply Co.
Phone 2819 Offices at Hawaiian Fisheries
GROCERIES MEATS FISH VEGETABLES
FISH PRICES SOAR
AS RESULT OF WAR
The price of fresh fish is becoming
very alarming and the peopla of Hono
lulu will either have t" go without eat
ing fish or resort to canned goods.
We carry a full line of tuna, salmon,
sardines, shrimps, crabs, clams, -lobsters
and oysters in different size
cans. , - - - '
Paragon Meat Market
BERET ANIA near ALAKEA ST.
PHONE 1104
Pots
and Pans Need I
to be thoroughly cleansed
not merely washed
and there is nothing "just as
good" as Sapoho for the purpose.
Sapolio, the great labor saver
removes the grease, routs the
dirt and polishes like new.
Try it just once and you will always us
iP la
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Th genual
ig marhmd
Sold everywhere
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., New York'
v TRADEMARK t S WrfOaTg.Tfl,. s SM
I I I I I I ! I I I I !! I I I I I
mlmM Are cooked in our great
c.al Armour process that re
tains absolutely the natural flavors.
Th tfCW family includes over ICO dtUdoci
f:c:l products. Government Inspection assures
he purity. In buying them, yea get full quantity;
ere la no cocking fr you to do, her.ee no loes through
r.?ug: Very in f zed packaf enable you to buy
exact quantity you want.
Try thete Vtrlbeit
Package Foods
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l:
Peaeut Burttr
Leaf Goods
Sandwloh Oalntlei
Pork aad Bean
Corned Beef
ea Sauupt
J
P-rh mnd Vhm, Lmmmhn Bf, $mn4iW
La fUiM. Smbmon, 3mrdinmt Tine, Kite hup, tic.
ARMOURCOHPANV
A' half century of
experiecce U packed
wI'Jx Ttry prcdaet
told under U:s Oral
LaStl the maxk we
reierrt to distia
trulah tot choicest
of our entlr pro
dactlon.
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FOR SALE BY LEADING GROCERS
A full line carried by
California Feed Oo. and 0. Q. Yes Hop it Co.
- Phonfl 4121 Pho?!t 351 y?t
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