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THE GARDEN ISLAND. -UESDAYJULY 15 1919
Items of Interest to Our
Tip Top Theatre Kilauea Hall Kealia Armory , Eleele Hall
Wtdnday July 23 Thunday July 24 Friday July 2 o Friday July IS
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Waimea Hall Kapaa Hall Homestead Hall
Saturday July 19 Tuttday July 22 Monday July 21
Dy O. W. SAHIt
vuuieni, lone- K;
some, sanitary- the
ideal bathroom app
ointments that cau
ght your eye and
fancy if you visited
the Territorial Fair.
The center of attra
ction was the
You can have it in
any of a wide variety
of styles, sizts and prices.
Ask. your Clumber who
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JAS. F. MORGAN
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MfiRCHANTST.
P.O. Box No. 594
The Homesteader's Enemy
Traitors to the cause' of home
steading are those who hold
homesteads that do not rightfully
belong to them. Nothing gives
the future of - homesteading a
'blacker eve" lhan the man or
woman who takes up a homestead
of his own free will and later
tries every means possible to
avoid carrying' out his signed
agreement with the Government.
He is a deserter to the cause of
homesteading and nobodj' hud
less use for such- people than the
bona tide homesteader who lias
eomflied with his agreement ami
done his utmost to fulfill the obli
gations he has undertaken.
hat can anybody hold agaiust
homcstcading as an occupation
anywav. The only argument
against homesteading today is the
one maintained, by a few anti-
homesteaders, who claim that
homesteaders do not make good.
Ileal homesteaders do nirtke good.
Invariably , those who have goiie
on the land with tlie full inteii
tion of carrying out to a word
the text of their agreements have
made good. This is especially
true as regards the residence
clause. To make good at home
steading it is necessary to be on
the place at least a "greater part
of the time which means living on
the place for not less than six
months periods as stipulated by
the homesteaders agreement.
How niauy homesteaders even
take into consideration the why
and wherefore of the stipulations
of the homestead's agreement.
Some few seem to think the gov
ernment has it in mind to make
it hard for the homesteader and
therefore all the rules and regula
tions. Instead if a little more
thought is put on the subject it
may readily be seen that the
agreements are so drawn up as to
insure success for homesteading
It is the- man who does not
make good who hurts the cause
of homesteading. Nothing gives
the anti-homesteader more joy
than to proclaim thruout the
hind that so and sb did not make
good, and somebody else is cheat
ing the goverment. Do not give
tliein a chance. . Help weed out
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line.J
Rich Cot Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. 6. Box 342 Honolulu
4 4 4 -
Watch Your Step
There is more than one way of
investing your money than buy
ing mining stock that you do not
know a thing about. Homestead
ers beware! The vendor of gold
mine stock is witli us once more,
and lie is looking for your hard
earned money. Uemember the
necessary improvements on your
place. TIjey will pay you much
surer dividends than something
somebody else tells you about and
of which you know knowing.
Fat dividends, due in four
months and a trip-promised you
"to Jhe mainland to investigate
your holdings sound sweet to the
hard working homesteader who
has earned a good vacation. Just
remember Mr. Homesteader that
if things were as sweet as tliev
are painted to you by the stock
sales man, he would not have to
go about begging you to invest in
his bunk gold mine stock. Big
capitalists who know mining
from A to Z would readily snap
up such a good thing. Because
people in these islands know so
little about mining in general
they have in past years been easy
prey for promoters of fake mines.
Watch your step! The best
gold mine you can invest in is
spread over the tirst 15 inches of
your homestead. Put that gold
mine to work. "
Too many farmers follow- the
practice of weaning pigs when
too young, many being weaned at
six or seven weeks of age. A good
brood so properly fed has a good
How of milk when the pigs are of
this age. There is no better feed
for growing pigs than their
mother's milk, consequently, it
should be used to the greatest ex-
Went ifossible. Unless mere is
some extraordinary reason for
earlier weaning the pigs should
not be weaned under the age'ot
ten weeks, and it is better, to let
them nurse until they are twelve
or fourteen weeks old.
Often serious results follow
weaning af too early an age. An
entire change of feed following
weauing may create serious trou
ble. If. however, pigs have ac
cess to corn, rice bran or some
other concentrated feed in a self
feeder placed in the open where,
they can eat at pleasure without
being disturbed by other hogs,
they can be weaned at the age of
twelve or fourteen weeks, witli
very little change in their feed,
by allowing them to continue on
(he self feeded.
To obtain the best results pigs
should gain continuously until
they are ready for market. The
best results will not be obtained
unless pigs have access all the
time possible to good forage
crops, tUfalta preferred. Tlie pigs
should be watched closely to see
Lthat they are on their feed.
If Ihey are not, the feed should
be changed, bringing a little skim
milk or butter into the ration if
possible. The pigs should be
kej free from lice by the use of
crude oil or good black oil.
They must have access at all
times to good pure water .Shade
must be provided at all seasons
of the year. Natural shade is
the best, but where this is not ob
tainable, -temporary shade may
be provided by setting posts and
nailing boards on" poles about
3Vo of 4 feet from the ground and
covering with straw or grass.
We hear a lot about better stock
and from a causual observation
among the homesteaders on Kauai
would glean that it was pretty
hard to convince the average man
that there really was anything in
the better stock propaganda. This
should not be the impression. It
is wrong to believe that it is diili
cult to convince the average Kau
ai homesteader or stock man the
advantages to be gained from
using-better blood in breeding.
Kauai want the best stock they
can get and the question is where
can they get it?
Sanitary, Easy to Clean,
THE NEWEST METHOD
dainty bake and
spotless serve In the
practical same dish
Bread Pans $1.15 each
Pie Plates, 10-Inch $1.25 each
Custards .25 each
Bakers $1.00 each
Casseroles " $1.35 each
Etc., Etc., Etc.
New shipment just opened.
Brass Candlesticks at half price.
X "The House of Housewares"
f 63-65 King Street Honolulu
Lihue July 22, 23
Kapaa " 25, 26
Koloa July 28 29
Waimea " 31, Aug. 1
The feature attraction at the Territorial
Fair will play Kauai, on the above dates.
Besides the above attraction Grahams Hu
man Dancing Dolls with special numbers
will also be a feature for the Kauai people.
Admission: Children $ 25c
Reserved Section $.75
Adult $ 50c
' Special Production '
Mothers of Liberty
Vividly Depicting the Inhuman,
Practices of the Wolves of Auto
cracy All Star Cast
, - Including
Barbara . Castleton- Walter Miller
Beulah Poynter-Harry Spingler
and William H. Tooker.
General Admission 35c
Children - 15c
Reserved Seats - 50c
Tip Top Theatre
Maui ice Totxrneurs Special Production
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A Thrilling Price-fight. Big Plots. Big Scenes
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The Girl Dodger"
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In His Big 5-Reel Masterpiece