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n maani'llo iu -omlity nllet hm tho
rnro gift or mi ecellent xlnglng vnle,
her notes nrc clear nml mellow nml
show ovldenc of careful tnilnlnt;. A
may bo HiiriiiUiil from her firm name
she traces her nurestry Inck In sttifdv
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nTHE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
1 PARLOR is ths latest move in the
undertaking line, .vhere families can be
accommodated w th sleeping quarters, dining
room, kitchen and balhroom. Call ancl in
spect. 34 Chaplain Lane.
M, E, Silva's Un-to-Datc Funeral Parlors
SI, E Silva's Fmbnlmincr Hoom 'n the hest: in fact, the only' one
of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to the
care of the dead.
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
C4 CHAPLAIN LANE. OPP. CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 170 Night 1014
Each article is oar of til ly handled
through every stage of our work
.MiiIcnl dinicly Ciimpunr.
with !! Canlnn company nnswerlug
t;i llm plcturcouuu nnnio of' Vllma.
Mlrs Hteck Is only lllllpg In Hmo
between engagements, she lias been
with ih Knli gnl Dill company nnd
relolr.s them ngiln In Hepteniber. Ho
nolulu In fortunate In hiving tho plea-su-c
or bolus entertained by this Ut
ile artist whoso n.iim la a great draw
In card nil over the Western cir
cuit. J ADADIE, Prop,
777 King Street,
(By Joseph It.
The Wlllte Hollands are possessed
or limn' excellent traits whl.-h should
loconiniend' them to the brefder-r
their beautiful appearance, their do
cile illposition, their sitting qiiull
ties mid, notably, their unusual lay
Ing qua Hies, iloli:g much to make
this popular breed n prime favorite,
sa8 J M. Hell In New York Tribune
Karnier These turkeys will Iny 21
or" 22 eggs for the IIikI clutch and
from 1 T, to 20 the second clutch nnd
the writer recalls nil Incident of a
While Holland hen that laid 22 eggs
her second clutch, last rummer.
In tlin White Holland wo have the
ideal turkey for the bleeder of lim
ited space. They bear confinement
well, yet (loutish on u fH-o range;
they am very domestic In their hab
its, not loanilng as far as the bronze;
they nie splendid for table and mar
ket and nlso bt'lng good prices as
fancy stock, tho average weight for
toms being 2G pounds; for hem, i
It Is advisable for mating to uso
a big, strong boned, blocky built torn,
with good, pink legs; ho should bo
lgoious and active and should caro
for from four to six hens, Somo
piefcr to have nil extra Um or cock
erel, nlthoiigh they do not always
let him run with the hens during, tho
mating season. In selecting your
hens endeavor to secure strong,
block ones; then you should he cer
tain of sttong, vigorous and active
If you build your nests near your"
huufce or barn, your bens will most
piobably tukc to them; but , somo
breeders, use nn old barn or other
oiithouie and keep their turkeys up
during the laying and sitting period,
being rnrcful, however, to sco that
they aro well provided with clean
water, grit and charcoal, besides
their grnln ration. Kspe.'lal caro
nmst be used in keeping the bens
flee from lice; they should be dust
ed at least twice during the sotting
nerlod. and flt:e tobacco dust can bo
used to advantage by sprinkling It
tn the nests,
A promlnen t breeder writes;
"When the poults are hatched I give
each youngster n grain of black pep
per and put him back under tho
mother, and do not disturb him until
2-1 hours hnve elapsed. Then I give
the hen n coop slatted at each end;
this allows the pouts to wander In
nnd out at will during tho day. The
coop Is closed enth night and moved
every day. I give for first feed tho
yolk of hard boiled eggs, chopped
fine, or pin head oatmeal, fed every
three or four hours for tho first flvu
days, only u little nt a time. When
older I give millet, cracked wheat
or oats aid chopped onions; of tho
later they nre very fond. A little
vafo'lne under tho wings and on
their heads when they become strong
enough will lessen the chances of
vermin. If you find lice on them,
a llttlo lard mixed with vnscllnowlll
help. Keek them In d wlro pen for
three weeks, then let them run out
with the mother lieu. Always try to
keep them dry, .and don't Iqt them
get caupdit out In thunder storms.
If they become droopy, I pull tho
long wing fenthcrH oi$t, and you
would be surprised to see how they
In the Poultry Keeper. Mrs. Chns.
Jones of Paw Pnw, 111., says: A
llrouze turkey grows ami Improves
until it Is four years old. After then
his posterity will be small, no mat
ter how largo he Is. The hens do
not reach maturity so soon, and can
bo Uopt in the breeding yards prob
ably two years longer, if they aro
not allowed to get fat. Nearly every
buyer demands weight, nnd weight
moans fat, and fat turkeys mean dls.
lister In the turkey yard, osylt al
ways means Infertile eggs and weak
pouts. I do not care whnt a tur
key weights. If It has frame, bone,
shape, plumago markings and breed
lug as good stock follows1 as Eurely
as day follows night.
Everybody should fence off n few
acres for the breeding turkeys, and
not let them wander where they
pleilse lo that the- eggs may be de
voured, and set the birds where1 a
watch may bo kept over them, and
also keep a record when tho birds
are set nnd when tlioy will hatch.
An orchard or grovo Is nu Idonl place
To"rnlfce turkeys, you must let the
him ''ito'-lhe work' nnd do It In her
own wayit'wlth the' exception of re
straining them from wiinderlug and
keeping. tbx'm.outot the, wot. l)iu
(live, turkeys a shady place to rest
on hot days, as they suffer from tho
Angleworms'. Angleworms furnish
a food rich in protein and are great-
TO CURE A COLO IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine
Tablets, All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.,
B. W. Grove's signature is on
TAHIS UUDPJINI! CO, St. Unu. US..
I ly relished byi chickens nnd ducks.
On farms where gapes aro trouble,
soma It is probable that the gape
worm Is spread among the young
chicks by picking up angleworms.
In such rnecs, It would not be ad
visable to feed them, and tho young
chfeks slinuld be prevented from get- ,
ting on the ground until they am
several weeks old.
nhlptfRim nrn pntililbnts. 1 hnve
heard of a Leghorn toosler being1
killed by the other members of the .
lock and have seen chickens eat I
other chickens. It usually stnrtsl
when olio has a wound of some sort I
or It Is attacked by lice and it eats I
Its feathers. It is a habit nnd Is
started usually when the fowls are
not fed a sufficient supply of animal
Many who raise poultry sow n
email patch of sunflowers every
year1. During tho hot days of sum
' mer they will furnish shade for tho
fowls nnd little chicks nnd later the
seed will coutlTtiute to the food sup
ply. As nn egg producer nothing Is
better 'than nn addition of sunflower
seed to the dally ration.
Sunflowers will do best In good,
! sandy loam. If not sown for the
shnde they will furnish, sow the teed
thinly In rows about 3 feet apart,
Thlli (6 about 10 Inches In the row
jnftjir they have obtained a good start,
i Tho rows should be a little closer
'than 3 feet It shade for tho fowls
There are many rations which can
be used successfully for feeding lay
ing, hens. Choice of grain will de
pend largely on price and locality,
some kinds being easily obtained In
ono section and not In others. The
Kansas experiment station has been
very successful In using the 'ollor
lug laying' rntlon for Leghorn urn.
Kor mixed grains 10 pounds wheat,
10 pounds corn, B pounds oats. For
dry mash 6 pounds shorts, 3 pounds
bran, C pounds corn meal, E pounds
beet scVap, 1 pound alfalfa meal.
These mixtures seem to fulfill nearly
every requirement thnt n proper ra
tion cotVld call for. They have a
nutrlttvet ratio" of 1 to 4 and aro
best sjiUe'd to. fowls thut nre con
fined and hnvo llttlo or no chance
to obtnln food on tho range.
I" A ver'y practical way to feed It Is
to put 23 pounds grnln in a bucket
and 25' pounds mash In a hopper. I
The feed In thcic two vessels should
disappear nt the same time tho.
grain should last as long as the
mash. 'The fowls will naturally. eat
more grain than they 'will the dry!
mnsh, so It Is sometimes necessary
to cut down on tho grain In order'
to mnke them consume the other.
The grain should bo fed scattered In
the litter and ordinarily morning
nnd night will he enough. V. & H.
Turn the eggs saved for hatching
every day and don't keep them over
10 days. Old eggs produce weak
Louisiana writes Hint a largo per
centage of eggs have a very heavy
.Inner tklu nnd some have double
I skins. This condition seems to ho
partly caused by the feed given. A
.chango of diet, adding moro wheat,
rice or meat to the ration, with an
abundance, of green food, would help
to correct this trouble.
Never put sulphur on young
chicks. If It gets Into their eyeB they
will become blind;
Having Good Stock. A bird that
Is lacking In vigor and vitality is
lacking In ono of the greatest esscu
tlals that go to make a good breed
ing bird: and many "of the ,dltJip.
polutineiits of each breeding season
may bo traced to this lack. -Kggs
from strong, healthy, vigorous breed
ing stock will stand long shipments
nml still hatch vigorous, healthy
ihlcks. We received this season a
shipment of 18 eggs Hint came u dls
tanco of ovor two thousand miles,
nml when tc'stcd, after being under
hens for a week, hut ono Infertile
egg wns found; before hatching time
one egg was broken In tho nest,
and from the remaining 10 eggs we,
got IB stiong, Ileal thy, vigorous
chicks. The breeding Block that,
those eggs were from was possessed
of health, vigor nnd' vitality,' and It.
Is the duty of every breeder who soils
eggs for .hnUihlng, -to., look .wall to
the physical condition of his breed
ing birds, as such condition lias
much to do with their success as
breedeiB. Poultry Ileruld.
I)o not bo too generous nor too
stingy lu feeding chickens.
Keep nu eye on tho old birds to
seo that they do not develop "Bcaly
legs," an affliction that can easily
be prevented by an occasional greas
ing of the legs through the Beuson;
It will not take long to do such
work and will keep the legs in fine
condition, bo Hint when another Bhow
j teaton rolls around the old birds
will bo In lino condition, tn fur na
legs are con:ernod. There Is, In
tact, no excuse for a bad condition
of legs of tho birds In the yard of
any fancier, P. II. '
(llvo your best feirtas a chance tn
sit some tliue,'beforo t Ije moulting
season; ,tt,n not ' necersary to give
tne;a,n.8lttlnK of eggs, as n china
eggi wl,ll do, ,Jus nB well, tho idea
being to let thqm put In the usual
time (or a sit tipR, period, so thnt the
feathers may he,,. loosened up and
moulting nindo easier. ,l jt a fact
that n regular period of sitting will
moult out better, as a general thing,
than where they pass through n Ben
son without It. It Is the llttlo
things that count, and this Is one of
them that helps to achieve success
In the show room. O. Holdcn.
Karly hatched chicks have n bet
ter ehnn e to grow up and be more
vigorous nnd mora healthy chicks
than Into hatched ones.
A NEW T1IK0HY, SCIENTIFUUl.ltY
SET FORTH, AS TO HOW THIS
EARTH WILL EYEXTUAMtY
ENII ITS usefui,m:ss.
Credulous individuals who tire al
ways fearful that some of ths ends
of tho world predicted by sensational
prophets may provo to bo truo will
find considerable comfort In tho asser
tion' of Prof(3sor Unveil that there Is
good scientific evidence for tho belief
ftiat mankind will have many years'
warning of the great catastrophe that
Is destined to put an end to all things
on this planet.
According to Profcrsor Lowell's
statements, thero Is somowhero with
in the remote confines of space a
great mass of matter once a world,
but now dead that Is hurling itself
ownrd our sun. In time It Is certain
to reach tho goal to which It Is tend
ing, and when the two como together
the globe on which wp llvo s dss
tinea to censo.
Fortunately for our peace of mind.
thero Is 'nt tho present moment no
such dead world within dangerous
proximity, and yet any day It may
appear. Any day tho morning papers
may announce that .'ono of thoso dark
bodies has como within the reach of
tho telescope thot It may readily bo
seen by Ills light of the sun reflected
Whllti It would then ho cortatn that
tho end of the world was In sight,
the would stll) bo ample time In
which to prepare for tho Inevitable.
If (h flirtt view of tho Intruder was
caught at tho lltli magnitude it could
(.-...icly como muii. .learu,- without
being detected It wou.u nut bo un
til 2T yoais later that It would be
como visible to tho noised eye, and
three years more would ellipse be
fore It appeared to us as equal lu size
to' a first magnitude star. In two
years nnd three months moro It would
have come as near to us as Jupiter,
and by that time II would bo fur the
brightest star In tho sky. In fact,
Its effect upon Iho woild would al
ready he felt. Our BCasons would
change, and tho days would grow
longer. Finally, Just 14G days later,
those who were still ullve would wit
ness the beginning of tho end. Tho
stranger would not striko tho earth,
but would pass so closo In its dash
to tho sun that' tho earth would turn
nnd foHow until together they would
drop silently Into the sun. Urnoklyn
8HOT TO PIECES BY FIRING
8QUAD 'yi-. RIFLE PRACTICE
MONTEREY-. 'Ca"t.r, June 10j Ilia
body nu unseen target fur tho ruin of
bullets of' a flrlngtsiprad at rillo prac
tice, Claudo itcthcrton,- 'a private of
Company K, Thirteenth Infantry, stn
tloned at tho Presidio, was lltorully
shot to pieces whllo taking moasure
mcntB of tho range., and died In the
reservation hospital. The accident
occurred two weeks ago,, but tho facts
have Just come to light. An investi
gation delayed tho funeral.
All during tho afternoon of (he day
ho was shot, Hothorton crept about on
tho, embankment, pepporedo with lend
while tho bullets -whizzed about htm.
Ills cries could not be hoard. After
tho first bullet had brought him down,
ho made an effort to drag himself out
of- range, but jio matter which way
ho turned, his escape, was cut off by
the (lying missiles, Finally ho sank
on ,lbq sajid wound, awaiting tho shot
that wruld, pnd his torture. Ilullets
sped alK)it. hjm, ripping his clothing
nnd toarlnp, his, flesh. When markers
found him, his head had been shot
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA,
Bkln sufferers! Drop greasy solves
and nasty medicines. That mild,
soothing liquid, D. D. D, Prescription
stops tho awful Itch with tho first
drops, A doctor's prescription of ac
knowledged value. Oct a bottle at
Honolulu Drug Co.'. Fort street.
A woman Is known by tho com
pany she tries to keep,
i e. er e
Many n man has lived not wisely
by living too swell, v
Physicians Prescribe CasZorfa.
C ASTORIA has mot with pronounced favor on tho part of. .physicians,
pharmoceJtlcal societies ami medical authorities. It Is uVcd bjr fhyslciunj
with results most grat'fyinti'. Tho extended uso of CastorlnU" unquestionably tho
result of three facts) 1st, The Indisputable evidence that It is harmless UnI,
That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the bcrves, but assimilates tho
food; 3rd, It Is ba agreeable and perfect substitute fc-r castor olU. It Is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcollo and docs not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Ilateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
This Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to cxkso
danger and record tho means of otvanclng'hculth. Tho day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignoruncn ought tn end. To our.Wi.iwledgp, Cai
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u a II a remuujr ttiiicii iiruuutra wtniiiuauru turn lll-!Ulllf irir rt-iiu.iiin Hull
vuem not by stupefying It and our readers are entitled td tho Information. J
aattt Journal of Health.
1 luir Cutorlt Hindi tnt la In elm. In njr
t m cj Hn of prutlc I uro u 1 nertr hTv found
tajthlsg that o AIM tbe pluc."
Woliih Diuiokt, it. D.;
, CtarcUad, Ohio.
" t bar Died your Cutorlt lo th, cue of m j own
b4bj and find It plcuaol to Uk, , tod hive obulnwl
XMtteat KtalU from lu hm.
. B. A. DtxnixiH, ii. D
. l'hllidelplil, P.
1 Uka plesjara In recommending yonr CutorU,
bsrtag recommended It u,e In mtoj Inauocci, and
conilder It the beet Uutlfe that conld be used,
especially for children.'-
NiTnKuu. E. Kiss, M. D., St. Lonle, Mc.
Children Cry for
In U8 For Over 30 Years.
go g M H xj j ,
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. sd :&wmtowm -1 v'
, E "fix. .&'. '
Cleanliness Is BettefThan
Good Resolutions '
Paii ka Hana
Ever Try It?.,
Ask Your Grocer
"1 b.vti u..-d jri-nr Ceetorla nml out-d It ftn
eicel'inl rrmulr Ii my hiHbd,d tiid prima
pracUcM for umi; yeanr. Tin f orunla la tici-llei.l."
'r", , vir.'jTarT. M.n:,v , .
UrooLljtn, JT. V.
"I Cnd yonr'Cutorl lo be a aundard family
remedy. It la tbe beat thing for Infanta and chil
dren 1 haet eecr known and 1 recommend 11,'
K. B.' Eiuuwii, 11. IV,
" naelnc daring the put ,li jean prescribed jour
Caeturta for Infantile alor-acb dlaonlera, I ,nio!t
beartlly commend Its nee. The formula contains
nothing deleterloua to the moat delicate of children.
J. B. Xluott, M. D., Ken Tork Clij.