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PVKN1NO HUI.U5T1N. UONOM1M).. T. II.. SATullDAY, JCNi: 2.1, 1010
for infants and OhiSdron.
The Effects of OpiateSo
'rllAT lATAXTS nro peculiarly strccpliblo to opium anil lla various prep-
trillions, nil of wlihli nro ti.irra.tio, Is will known. Evim In lh smnllct.t
th"cs, if continued, theso ophites causo changi hi tuo l.inolloi and growth ot
Urn cells, which ara likely to b. eoiuo porniumnt, causing l.ubs-i Py, mental
perversion, a craving fur nleohnl or narcotics In later 'n'o Nervoiia d!srues, sue'.i
h it-troctablo norvotei dyspcr-ki.i a:nl Jack ot stnylntr powers, uid r. result of dosing
vt Ith opiates or n irrntics to lo cp i nilitren quiet in tuclr Infancy. T'm rule nmouj;
ijiyslcians is Hint children should never receive opl-tes in tho cmullcst uose.i for
1 .urn Hi in aU:.y nt a lime, and only then it unavoidable.
Tim iiilinltibitialion ot Anoilyi.cs, Drcps,
tnrcolici to clilliln u by liny but :i physician ranniil bo too strongly decried, ami
llio druggist should not bun, party toll. C'hlUltin whourr III ncul tho attention
i 'n ,.1iv..l.l-in n.iil (t la txif lilt..- Ij.vb 41. tin n nrliin. In .1. Liillmtn . Mr..llt. vtl1. n.
1,0 Ilea. Uastorlacontalnsuo narcotics If It
Tlin Xa S Sf?
slgunturo of tT&tcAU Cumurln
Hnvstc ans Rccomnona cnsrorin.
Tuur prjrraJon knw n as CtrtotU 1 havo ut)
T'jr cr(ii cblMreu'ifninpIalnti tnj I lisve found
BOlblue Utter." Joum J. Lsii'A.M.l).,
For lateral year I lrccmux titled j our (t'af turU'
It lrli&ll alwajt uiuIIdi'u to ilo m,m It Las lura
rUb.f p.wlurvl Un Acini rrnli."
KnwiN K. riitirc. 11. ll., New York City.
'Voor Oantnfla it a imrItriMH ImiMliAM
r-oi'fly, ItUn.rtir Tt-ffeial)! au.t acta ai a mlM
tulKkftlc. AUiva alt. It .ur lift hunn, nhlch la
) Oit)mncajlaallor ILo fifrcat uujurily I cull
VtuToa II, CorruaM, It D.( 0uiaha( Neb,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Ihi t4rUH aoti.AHi,tf MJi at Mitr, n Venn ei .
"The Proof of the
is in the eating"
By the same token we
is the finest Beer made
THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
Cleanliness Is Better Than
Pau ka Hana
Ever Try It ?
Ask Your Grocer
Cnlials, Koolhlnp Syrups anil other ,
bears (licrignutiiro of Chas. II. FMclier! (
. fiiiirintlna mttiiiliii '
I liMtc tn-fcribl Tiiur Cii"Ha la many cta'3 !
cnl lze alwajn fuund It an ttlUlrot and itvtily 1
rt.iupJj." A. P. reel rn, 31. D., St, I)ult, ilo. 1
1 ba?n nfl your fa tmla In my own Lnnrotiold .
Mill) pwl n'iltaod tiaveiuivlw-d totrral i-ailiMi 1
t up It for Ha mlM, laiatlvo rflict aiid fnidoiu j
imm barm." Juwaiiii I'ntiiirii, 51. H , j
llnviLljn, N. Y. '
'YriirCiinrU tioJds the rrt.Ttn of tho innllcai
jirolWirm In a nauiicr held liy nuotl rr V'torkUry
r trallou U (a a pun and riiliblu imdiclno foi
In fan: and tbl d.ni, In fuel It t Ilia uulnriat
tionvibitlii rjAiriJy fur lufaullle ailment.
J. A. lJrfKirM JI.D.,KtnACltf, Mo.
CHICKENS AND CHICKS
(By Joseph R.
An Important branch nf the poul-ti)-
InUiulrj-, and one to icallie lurRii
Iuiuiii8.lt lluit of ibIbIiib wjft loiibt
cis mill capons. Tew, If any, of tho
inoKi'i'Sslvu Inriiicis of today icallw
ll.O ;m8.'llilllllc8 nf noft roaktclx nnd
cpiu ralslnc. It w" 'int '"
carij one eggs all In in.d basket.
Is nil old iiltiverb, mid applies to tin
liiuiti) biultie, n well iid any I
Know tf, sai P. S. lloynton, In lite
nit. Iran Cultivator. Thereioic, do
mil contli.e jouiBclf tn any ojio
branch. I wl.l try to give. fuw
furls on sett toasters and npoiis,
the leciiWcS In ViinOno, and 111
imirkiM . conditions, t'lihi, you
itlli.uld hne Iiiirc, vigorous rupl.
I picrei the India fur thin purpose,
H i hey. .lie quk-k giowcrs and make
an nitrttlve appearance In the mar
ket. Second, jour equipment should
be sulteJ to this purpose. It may bo
well to dcsciihe my equipment. In
cubiilins chould be Rtarted In early
fall, n damp cellar Is preferred, wan
c.ol ventilation. This Elves jou
niaiket birds for the best market
Mv brooder house. Is 10 by 12 feet.
seven feet high on north side, thiee
niM n hnlr fet high on inutli I1.
'(uelp'ng ten pens, four by elgli
feet each. The hover lloor Is raised
i I. jlies above the scratching floor,
and n window two feet six In lies
hi two feit six Inches for each pen,
bottom edgo level with tloor. letting
In abundant Htnllght; outside runs
nte four by 18 feet to be iibed on
wnrm days. So It will be Been tnnt
with good vlgoious stock and proper
Ijlin-npliernnlla, the next question Is
cue. Soft toaster chicks nro hutch
ed In tho unnatural season and, to
get good quick growth, one tnusj
supply the feed, as near as possible,
to what nature intended. The bttga
mill worms will bo scarce, so you
must R'tpply a good beefscrnp, at
leist 70 por cent, protein.
No not feed cheap scraps, as It
will scour the chicles. A 'good test
Is tn pour boiling hot water on th
s rap, nnd if jou can not stand tho
smell, or taste It without losing con
trol of your stomach, don't feed It
It Is expensive to feed cheap scrap
If given to you. It does not seem
necessary to say, have charcoal, grit,
shell and water by them, and good,
grltless chick food;v it does not pay
to feed It at $2.50 por 100, As soon
as you can tell the cockerols from
tho pullets, separato and feed all rat
tening grains, beef scrap, milk nnd
green food. At about eight or ten
weeks for those destined to become
capons, do not feed for 48 nours.
TIJs leaves tho Intestines clenn of
n y matter and one can work to hot
Supply yourself with good tools
fiom any good firm, read their In
tirirtlouH caiufuhy, and tho opera
tion is simple. It can be mastered
by anjone. It Is good to practise on
u dead bird tlrst, so us you ran lo
cuto quick on a live one. He care
ful about making, slips. Kor our
maiket, u good, plump, soft roaster
should weigh four ni.d a half to five
pounds, whllo a capon should weigh
ulna to eleven nounds. In dressing
soft toaBlers. pick dry, taking off alt
feathers. In dressing capons, pick
dry, leaving on a ring of feathers on
hend, legs and wings. Plump nil
birds In boiling water; thoy piosent
n mom attiactlve appearance. This
s the demand at picseut.
After March, biollers come Into tho
market and the demand is not sj
great. To sum up this branch of
the poultry business, have goou
stock for breeding, good Incubator.)
nnd brooder house, good enro, clean
liness nnd n good market near at
hand, with plenty of brains td work
with, and I think there Is as much
prom' In boft roasters and capons as
In nny othor branch of the poultry
business. llangnr Commercial,
Of course, 'fresh water should be
supplied. If you have no fountain,
Invert n flower isit In n pan of water.
Hens are especially thirsty when lay-
lug or about to commence; and since
an egg Is largely composed of water,
the necessity ot furnishing It in
abundance Is manifest. Itemove the
chill, but do not warm It enough
lo make It Insipid. Ice-cold drink U
not lnduclve 'to egg production, but
chickens like fiesh water us well as
we, and they will drink much more
fiee"ly"!f It Is of refreshing coolness.
Milk Is ex client fur Inylifg fowls,
mid theie Is no danger of their
drinking too much. Sweet, sour, or
scnldcd Tnto cottage cheese, It Is al
ways greedily devoured, '
In many locations the Imn yard
fowl will not lie way to the Improv
ed breeds. If you cannot 'ilToid to buy
mi entire, br edlug-pen ot pure, stoc!c,
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine
Tablets. . All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UtUlUNI! CO., St. Uuit, 111.
nt lenst "obtain a full-blooded cock and
send the old common rooster to mar
ket. This will greatly Improvo mnt'
ters, If you are carefu to retain tho
best (indicts of this cross-breed, and
when you have n stock of good ones,
sacrifice the old bens. When rggi nro
scarco nnd the prices high, do not
some diminish homo consumption, and
ovtn then complain of tho small num
her they bale to take to market?
A thoroughbred hen or u good strain
will lay nearly 30 per cent, more In
the number of eggs than a common
ben. If tb" prices diminish a lltt.c tho
Increased production of eggs will
much overbalance tho nccount. Too
many persons raise poultry without
regard to the use of pure breeds and
regardless of nn effort to maintain
the high Btnndard to which our dom
estic fowls hnvo attained. Tho In
creased evidence of the fnct that high
claffa poullty pays. Is surely sufficient
to enennrago us to Rtrlke out boldly
nnd extensively In this field of enter
prise. Every effort In this direction will
meet with such fnior that Riiccess will
surely follow. Contrast the present
with the past, nnd notlco whether the
Improvement In poultry hna been n
paying venture. Lot us not hesltato
to try nil the late common'sense me
thods. Wo must not drift from year
to year In tho same channel or wo
will certainly ucconio tho nctlvo
agents of n sftcm that destroys pro
grtss. The present Is an auspicious
time to innic In this matter, and It Is
certainly something Hint should Inter
est nil, and must be conceded to bo
a tbetno that should bo dlscuesod by
fnrmers and poultrymfn everywhere.
American Poultry Advocate.
Too much corn and too llttlo oxer
clso makes fat, lazy hens.
If fowls are closely confined In the
pen, as Is 'usually the ense with the
city poultry man. thoy must be sup;
piled with green food In some form
or the egg ptoduCtlon will suffer. It
make llttlo difference whnt tho
green food Is, provided tho fowls llko
It. If there are runs attached to the
ynrd where tho fowls can get nt the
grass, llttlo other grcer. feed will b9
required. This, howover. Is not usu
ally the case, so the food must be
supplied. ' Cnbbnje, beets of the
mangel-wurzel kind, lettuce, rape and
Swiss churd are all excellent, and If
they can 'be grown by tho chicken
owner so much the bolter.
Where fowls have unlimited rnngo
on u farm they will get green feed
during the spring, but In the winter
It must be supplied for tljem. The
question of how to supply the best
feed ut the least cost is ono thai
each poultry keeper must dfddo
largely for himself. Cabbage, tur
nips, beeis,' potatoes, etc., ,are Bitlt
ablo for this purpose. Tho Inrgci
roots nnd, tho cabbage may bo sus
pended by means of n wire or string,
or thoy may be placed on the lloor,
In which case It would bo well to
split the turnips or beets lengthwise
with a largo knife. Potatoes and
turnips should be fed cooked. Tho
mangel Is nn excellent loot for feed
ing ruw, Cut clover soaked In boil
ing water fed alone or with the mash
Is good, Clover meal and ground al
falfa make good feeds for the pur
pose, Chicago Dally News.
Wheat Is one of tho best foods for
laying hens; buckwheat Is also ben-eflclnlr-
though they eat It less free,
ly. Aim to give variety and enjoy
ment; and with dry. comrortablo
quarters, the owner of n small flock
need never be without eggs.
It Is claimed- thnt fowls fed on
ground grain lay more eggs nnd pro,
dire them at lower cost than whoti
fed on whole grain.
A pound of poultry cuu be grown
ut less than a pound of beef, and is
worth more. ,
The house must be planned for
thp hen's comfort. Any embellish
ments or funcywork that Is added to
please the owner should not be
charged up against the productive
powers of the hen, for alio needs a
place to sleep, eat and s:ratch out
of tho weather and cares llttlo
whether this protection be In the J
rot tu of u painted building with a
'illtur-plnted weather cock on the
lightning tod or a piano box covcr
e.l w-llti t.irrnil miliar.
Tho putiltty buuse should bo onlyM
high enough for tho keeper to stand
etc t, any gicater space being a
wub'.o and making the house colder
In winter. Tho houje should con-
l.il.; nlluut five equate feet of floor
space per lien If the fowls nro yard
ed, while the fowls on fteo rnngo
may get on with somewhat less
pace, The milder the climate the
eis Indoor uconiniodatlons will bu
lequl ed by the hen. Mlla Hastings
In Ilia American Pi nut.
Mo.t pet-pie think a hen will live
mid tlii I v i under till kinds of ud
veihH condllluiis, but this Is u mis
take. It may live, but will not
thrlio uuleus ti.iue euro Is taken to
Mrs. William Henderson..
's JiJP ' r !
A SERIOUS ILLNESS
RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA
MllS. Wlt.MAM HKNMIltHON,
Crslk, N. W, T.t Onu., writes;
"1 wii troubled with very terlou In
ternal weakness, which Fxbsualcd (ur
to thnt I feared 1 would loan my mind
"I suffered agony with my back, thp
psln extending down my left leg. The
pain vru so aevcro that 1 would hart
welcomed death ns a relief.
"Pcruna Kured me of thin trouble,
io wonder rrerouimeiiil It u highly.
"It will soon be two yeuts flueo
found relief from the palu sud not
Ign of It lias returned.
"I am glad that thoru It a way In
which ran speak ot till, as many
.ufforcr may read my tei tlmontal, and
uot only read, but bullevu."
Had Given Up All Mope. ,
Mil. Alblna Chauvln, No. U) Hu
Agues. St. Henri, Montreal, Canada,
"I consider Peruna belter than any
other remedy, a It cured me when nolb
lug olse could,
"I suffered for years and years with
heart trouble, headaches and wcakneai.
I never expected to find anything to
"I tried Prunaand ara entirely cured."
The following wholesale druggist
a will supply tl.e retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CCT.. Honolulu. Ha-
provide unliable surroundings and
appliances. A hen tuny be "an old
fool," aB It Is usually designated, but
it appreciates good treatment,
Appltan os of the henhouse ought
to her made so they can easily be re
moved for cleaning. This Is espe
cially advisable In the cuse or nests.
Packing boxes lu which canned
goods tire snlppod make good nests.
The tcp Is taken tiff and clciled fco
It call be used, as a lid and a hole
Is cut In one side. This hnlo It made
i.i that tho bottom Is three Inches
fitiin that of the lies box l.i order
that tho nest's material will bo kept
In place. These boxes may bo placed
under tho back edge of tho platform
on which tho perches are supported,
with .the opening toward tho back of
It haii heon n common practise to
make and pln;e the nests so they
would be dark, for the hen Is sup
posed to pit-fer a Becluded place to
lay. It also prevents the develop
ment of the egg-eating hnblt by the
fowl. (1. Ileek, lu Chicago Dally
In feeding grain the aim of tho
feeder should be to glye n variety.
No one kind of grain Is best. Va
riety may be kecured by-mixing too
grain nlono or by feeding the dif
ferent kinds of grain on different
days. This variety Is In accordance
with nature. When on freo range
the fowls obtain a little of several
different kinds of feed, drain should
not be made the sole' food, fr thou
fat and not eggs is the usual result.
It lu Impossible, to state any exact
quantity of feed that should be
given to each fowl a day, as the ap
petites of the lllrdi vary according
to the conditions under which they
are kept, the season ot tho year and
the kind of fowl, some being much
greater enters than, others, Tho gen
eral rule Is to keep the birds slight
ly hungry during the duy, not giving
all they can eat until just before
roosting time. The birds should be
handled now and then when they
are on the perch, nnd If they are
either too', fleshy or.Tbothln their
rations should be modified.
- Keed troughs ore ot many and
Konm of them of Intricate design. Al
most any kind that will keep tho
rqjvjd fiour-svn utng on tiiagratn win
be foil iid satisfactory. In case ot
)cu:ir chlckena kept iuthe smne
yaids with tho.pldr fow)s, some pro.
vision should bo tiiadn to lecd them
separately, or the ojdor ones will get
all the feed. A small pep cuu be
made by Ftaudltig two boards on
olge, three or four feet apart nnd
stretching chicken wire over the t"P
and at tho ends, lly this meuns nn
luclnciiro Is fonueil lu whlih tho
chlt'l.H etui feed at lu I a urn unmolest
ed by the lest of tho flock. Tho
chli-Vs can easily pnrs through the
melo or tho whe, but the larger
ones me kept outside.
The V shaped feed trough Is tho
one moid coniiiiouly used, If It Is
divided III I bo center by nil upright
THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
PARLOR is the latest move in the
undertaking line, here families can be
accommodated with sleeping quarters, dining
'.room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and in
spec1. , 34 Chaplain Lane.
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M. E. Silva's Embalmine Jlooro is Ihe best: in fRct, the only one
of its kind In Jhis city and county with modern ideas pertaining to the
care, of the dead.
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
34 CHAPIAIK IANE. 0. CATU0IIC SISTERS
Phone 179 Night 1014
partition the fowls can not stand In
It. One of tiie handiest troughs Is
o::e n foot sqitam. This Is especial
ly good for feeding mashes and tho
chickens inn got on nil bides with
less Inclination to ctowd.
I Another devlco Tor n trough Is ono
with n tqunrc tevolvliig tod on top
I to prevent fowls getting Into the re
ceptuelo or standing on the- tiough.
Hopper feeding ileitis materially
j In having the pullets maturq unl
formly. Kvery pullet gets all It
wants to eat and tho slruiiger ones
do not gorge thonuelvcs as thoy do
when fed at staled Intervals. iy
this method Is se'.ured a mote uni
form lot ot pullets wjth lesa los3 and
nt u saving of food. lly keeping
food constantly before growing pul
lets a 1 will bo given u hotter chnnco
to develop. 0. Heck, ' lu Chicago
The usual hopper device Ib a hox
that can be attached to tho wall of
the hon-houso or Bet on the giound,
In which the feed, drops Into an opeu
jspaco at tho bottom as fast us the
I fowls eat It. One way Is (o put the
teed In a shallow box with a one
I Inch nest wire resting on the top of
the gtaln, us In the ordinary' upright
hopper much of the reed Is wasted
by being I lit own out by the hen.
I A good feeding tiough for diM;s
muy be made by nailing n strip of
tin three and one-half Inches wlda
to tho edge of a haU-lticlt board so
that It projects on both sldeB of tue
board. Iiend the tin to foim a
tiough. Then nail a block to each
end, which will keep tho trough up
right. The custom ot the ohlcks
standing on tho edge of a trough to
eat Is discouraged by tills device.
WILL BE SHIPPED BACK
Most of Asiatics Who Landed Here
Recently Barred by Physical
WASHINQTON, 1), C, Juno 16.
I Thirty nluo llltidua out ot forty-six
who urilved at San I-'ntuclsco have
been niderod tctttrned to their, na
tive country by a derision of Cabin,
usslstaut fcecictai-y ot tho Depart
ment of Commeice and Laliur, Thnro
denied iidmlsslou weio rejected bo
tuuso of physical defect, many of
them being frail.
Hindu immigration Is being vigor
ously uppused by tho people of tho
I Pacific Const mi tho giound that .Hin
dus do not' ii'tullly assimilate with
1 Americans. Tho linpilgiiitlon law
pei mils thulr comliiu under lestrtc-
tloiis, nnd 'tho officials say It Is Im
Canada recently increased to $300
tho Mead tux on Hindus, making
their udmle3lon into that country
utmost prohibitive. Consequently
'they are seeking homes in the United
Indicted for Riots.
POUTI.ANI), Ore., Apr. 30. Tho
county grand Jury handed down In
dictments late today against nine
men, among whom nro the mayor
nnd Justice ut the ponce of St. John
and two policemen of thnl town, as
n result of mi Investigation Into tho
Hindu race riots which occurred lu
St. John on March 31 laBt.
The mayor and Justice aro charged
with neglect of duty, and the police
men with both neglect of duty and
participation In the riots. '
Tho riots which caused the inves.
tlgutlon occurred In St. John, a sub
iti b of this city, March 21 last, and
were the result of 111 feeling engen
dered by tho employment ot about
300 Hindu lnborers In a large lum
ber mill there, lu place ot while mill
it.VTimt in: lumiiLm
THAN A 1.1 A It
Slate Senator llolstliui of Illinois
Tells Why lie Confessed lo
Iuku, 111,, Juno I. "I'd rathor be
known as it booalor than a liar," suld
State Senutor Datilol Holstlaw In un
Interview nt his homo today, speak
ing of Ills confession to accepting a
bribe ot J2G00 us u legislator.
"Maybe," ho continued, "I took "tho
money Lecauso 1 saw overyono else
doing tho sump thing can't explain.
I niado the confession because I
I cou'dn't tell n lie,
"I don't know I don't uudorstaud,"
l.o culd, with n helpless air, unswor-
lug trip question why ho, a man who
I could command a quarter of a million
1 dollars In bU family, would stoop1 to
I Ills daughter Fnld her father must
have been out of his mind to accept
, a brlbo,
' Holstlaw own-d three bunks und
' 1000 ucioa of laud lit Marlon county.
In cities where thore has been an
unsatisfactory ' count of nosot,
tongues are beginning t6 be very
'much lu evidence, Anacoiidii Stand,
I There Isn't much sneeJnesH In the
'hiiiI'o that wn.i't come off.