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EVftto StJitTt. rfOJJdttfVtJ. T. H., Sava4, ;UtT 20, 1910.
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pcrlmentcr with poultry, says the fart,
that Industry aud lntllletce nrs ftb-
KICKENS AITH OTHERTOXlLTE"
I-dm- thf lU3WtSS'3 f-:tf- 'n thr
fcujlttft Ca the ether hir.d. it thsfla
two attributes .were not nccessafy
wmiM tint tha nfinYOv dullness ROon
(By Joseph B. Farrington.)
I case to be iJ l'u'slhes9, and rupJt-
. M. V
ui 1 run. luiuiii. tiir rRiiuimv ., ""f
if Htiihnin init avtianniinrn ni nnv
i. . js. .
Moat fittV fairrrtla. ttf thm.1'best tlratrrarTErTlbrMi'rii ':iirrwl .. .r . ,X. 1' ." L!.'" ...-! l.'i.,'i.
nnd though they may be few In num. to hate
11 r.iiumi. i.r in
5, uer ana the eggs catliU "fresh." yet tendency, of "lie ehlcl. IS,8 v:e a.i
lt they-ore placed tinker conditions' nulrlhlen't for' g.-owth hhd' dtelo'p-'
(.'favorable tb'th'e multlnllcatlon of tho' nient When (lie birds are nearlJ'l
ifl&jrini tho'-ii' wouhl itornmnnaA In n! larne enotlKh'" I
f.short time. Tho chance' of Infection , should lie
Jtom nn oggv however, In slfgTi't, so ro-
tfifloto, In fact, that tho egg may bo
regarded as a safe food product, even
when eaten raw.
it .Tho egg-Is complex eliemleally and.
, like milk, Is ono of the best idnecs for
bacteria to multiply. The work of
these organisms Is to simplify or de
compose tho white nnd yolk until the
ie- Is upDtnlnelv worse than tisploss.
although even rotten eggs find a placo
In tho market for polishing leather
"nVd'nro sold by large packing houses
for that purpose.
Eggs may ho Infected after they are
laid, as It Is possible for bacteria to
pass through the pores of the shell.
V Moisture plays a part In such Infcc-
I Hon, for while tho egg Is covered
ft with Its normal mucilaginous coating
ft and kept In a dry place It Is difficult
10 no lniectcu. nesting material is
a great source, of Infection, for it It
has been allowed to remain for n long
tlnio It becomes foul and teems with
i nacicrin. in nn experiment, ul mu
Connecticut agricultural experiment
station nlno different kinds of bade
rla wcro taken from ono nest.
' Whatever tho means of Infection, It
has' been found that n larger percen
( tage'ot tho July, August and Septcni'
nor eggs aro Infected or contain a
1 greater number of bacteria than tho
Kcggs of tho other months of tho year,
fj especially eggs laid In April, May
I "or Juno. It Is considered that the
B April egg has tho best keeping qual
Klty nnd the May eggs and those of
Jvparly Juno come next In tho order
,,jThe fact that an egg contains bacte
ria does not mean that It Is worthless.
II. .It Ati.l An hliln (hit Ve.-ililr
TratUr.il ' .. Ik'oirHMtnl u-tintAVAi onAniil
,lll ,fl,.il.l&..-lll-.l n.lM.fc.-. .-.. .. ..
llli Wltnnut. a carenn guming nana,
fne sW'tjes'sfu'l pWtryman must work
Ol-.i iDt! 1.1. V... ., IA"vi'-l.v
or the nVarkef "thf ' '"?r" ""," """ ! 'i ' " ?1...''IV
i" ... ii , J jiy pnnsp or ine uusini-rs " '"...m.w
given, nil the fn tenlnrf feM 1' A .,, ,., ,l his ret'nriW
they will eat, 'ami for Hits puriHiW .
corn In various forms should De fe.l ,, .,,, ii,.,ii-n n rm1
freely. The ' wl.l digest mom feed , con3tUutonnl vigor, provided of
It fed ground than If whole brernck-,,. nJ)l rnfecblP(, ,iy 'n.
ed. A mnlslened mash const Ing of , . ,,. ,.J.:Mtf; nnntiHoiml vl.
1'ft.",t t:o-lhrrds oornmeal n-nd bTTFl can ,)0- jftiflntnlnf-tt and' .brought
Oilrd R?an hy. bulk Is pondT CAoked.. w lry c,o-6sIhK lho ' sTrofigesi;
;:.'."" ,2 A . V ,'..' "I health est and hardest or the stocn
Inr!. T. Ileebo' In Ily News.
for breeders every spring, nnd by kilt-,
Ing off the weak nnd sickly ones In
the fall. The Introduction of fn'ih
l.lnrul frnnilfinlK tint onlv kCCll'j UU '
tho stamina, heallh and ' vigor njf
Capons are tery mueh on demand
wlirn tlipv cnu Iid iililnlneil. Whv
....... ..... . i,lw n, .iiiiiii.., iiv ...... ...-. ---
not ralso capons, they are ensy to'tock. but It nfso enables 'them lo' re-i
sell. gist sickness nnd sudden changes of
h,viilog.uosiion is wneiner iney iiru pre
"sent In largo quantities, nnd If pro-
sent .In small numbers whether or not
?th"oy nro likely to multiply. An egg
Chat Is kept at 34 degrees Fahrenheit
e;ls safo from decomposition, Thcro
If. no rapid Increase until tho tem
perature Is raited over 05 degrees.
Hcnco, tggf kept below 55 degrees
,-w III remain III food for a short tlmo
without being placed In preservation.
In 'view of thoes facts It Is wise to
uso a preserving solution wnen mo
;'egg Is fresh If It Is Intended to keep
it for any length of time before using.
r-C. D. M.
jtellcarlng of broilers may be regard-
ca ns ono 01 mo speciauiuH ui mu
poultry business, dreat skill Is re
nulred to bring this work to Its high
est perfection, and any ono who con-
f; templates going Into this branch of
tho business of chicken-raising should
I'make n careful study of the market
Gq Intends to Bupply and should visit
lfpctsslblo tho plant of a successful
broiler producer, for tho practical ex
perience of such men Is tho safest
Itrollers ore young, plump chickens
.weighing when dressed from three
quarters of a pound to two pounds
arid aro usually kilted when 0 to 12
L'weoks old. Tho name Is derived from
'-it.- .. ,l.n tlwit, n,o tisiinilv anl.r
Ule 1U-1 luai uiv m ..huh.. -,...-
Wwn tho mlddlo and tho halves broil-
Vd? Trie market demand today Is for
1..S.1I.... rt ihrnn s1pR.intifili hrolt.
B" " t 1, L-ltAu. mh.I InvnA I.Mllla,B
era, smuii uiuuein unu i6 u.un,.
Souab brollcrit when dressed weigh
from three-quarters to one pound each,
femalf broilers', tho size most In dd-
Bmand, weigh from ono to ono pound
nnd .a quarter tath. atil large nrou-
ors from ono and a half to two
ipbnndB. In most American markets a
ycllow-Bklnned and ycnow-ieggeu uiru
li- nreferred. but this Is not of so
ihuch ImpoHnnco as a good quality
. A' fat broiler Is quite a rarity. Tho
weather much better than fowls close-
You must have patience when rnls- jjr anii continuously Inbred, or fowls
Ing chickens to raise them success- not, 'p'red tri any degree of constltu
fully. Itlonal excellence, or selected for es-
jtabllshlng any permanent quality. !
Wheat Is about the best all round i Thc KJW0'r of heredity must be roc
feed that can bo fed In poultry. 0Rnlttl1 0y ,y intelligent breeding '
Wheat bran Is tery. good for them on Bygtcmntlc ' lines can quality bo
nnd so IS barley. Com should not ma.nllUM Tne standard of utility
bo fed right iilong becnise It Is to fomMMi nn,i )0 this supreme test
fattening. Vo not feed the same folinla M clashes of sfiick be brought,
right along for by- and by the fowls j N.otIl11B eUe wm ,0 0r endure. No
get so used to It that It completely , Mcr ,0W cholce ,hc breeding. It
loose Its taste to them. j,,, he (f mUo wor1 ,micgs backed
I by' utility. This alone nn determine
When feeding mashes do not place n(,0 value of blood. Many n flock of
tho food on the coop floor or In tho j,cns condemned by tho breedsr would
yard where there Irf probably to bo ,iay a BOod profit If given a chance,
porno tilth, but fed It on boards be- utility covers tho breeder as well as
causo In that way the chickens will t1P breed. ,M. K. lloyer, In American
not eat any of the dirt which has cultivator, 1
sometimes got disease germs In It. . I 1
I Do not feed either turkeys or poults
in feeding wet mashes do not make ()3mn mashes or digestive troublo will
the mash sloppy and wet but Just rMtlt. ;
dampen It so It crumbles. I
- ' if 1)10 breeding ducks can swim a
Tho drinking water Is sometimes m(i0 n a p0nd or brook, better re-
tho cause of a. dlscaso It It Is not sllnn wm sometimes be obtained,
clean-or-fresh every day. 1 . '
I As the ducklings grow older their
Very llttlo green food or none need nm8, may contain as much as (en
to bo red it tne towis nave a grassy )0rccnt of high grade Deer scraps,
run. llntn fattening time when moro must
According to thc New York Agrl-
fliiltiiml Tvtinrlrvinnt ntntlnn thn rnflt
of food, per chick, to produce a one-,
pound bird on ground grain Is three
cents; on whole grain, three and seven-tenths
cents. After repeated tests, '
this station says the ground ration
proved considerably moro profltablo
than the whole grain ration for grow-'
Ing chicks. Tho samo Is true of ca-'
.. 1 ..ltl.-l .1 nn it tnA
PU11H Ul VIJUUI WCIfclU U11U MfcC, , IVU j
alike before colonizing. Nq differ-. Mohammedan Law Allows Such Crime
ence was noticed In health or vigor' Amono Followers of Holy Pro
of chicks or capons fed, cither ration. I phet. . ,
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The most delicious beverage on tfie (
market. Iry a lew bottles at home.
We also put up the best Cringe Ale,
Lemon and Cream Soda, Ifpifc .$$$&
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Sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, etc.
Hawaiian Soda W$rks
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A raiser give's, as n generous nl-' The case of Wardanl. the fanatlo
lowanco for ono day's ration for ono condemned to death by the Egyptian!
hundred laying ducks, the following: criminal . court for ,tho murder t of ,
Vor the morning meal, 33 quarts .of I'rjmo Minister Doutrps Pasha, was
tho mash; for the evening meaU 40 last week referred to tho grand mufti
quarts, a total or in quarts tor n ror continuation. 111c granu inuiu,
day, nn average of three-fourths of it we .may remind our readers, la a func-
quart to each duck, n day; 1 tlonnry who can ho best doscrlbcd ns
' the' chief ecclesiastical lawyer of the
Tho duck raisers on I.onR Island Mohammedan community In Egypt,
uso large quantities of, fish for their Hecently tho Dally Telegraph pub
breeding stock, .This Is known as tho llshed nn account of the groun'd's on
.fish dlot and Is conslrte.rc.ij ver vain- wlilch ho refused' his sanction' to the
nble to Induce egg production. Whoro sentence of death, fit the first plac
fish are cheap, they form an excellent ho pointed putth'at tho prophet has
substitute for beef scraps In rations said nothing In th6 Koran aidant tho
for breeding ducks, or duck's not In- uso of revolvers. Therefore, appar
tended for market. entl'y, he who kills n man with a re-
1 volvcr Is not guilty of any, crime
When new fowls nro bought they known to tho sacred law, Next, the
should be- quarantined .until ,the, pur- victim was. a Christian, and the life.
Minnr V nitrpt iWv 'lini?B"iin rt(- of if iriiBUielteveV can-nevoc. bo taken
easa.tbal. may; fc'q conimun'lcdied to merely on 'the 'ground that he Jia.
the flock. Killed n unrmian. iniruij, wiuuuj
Pasha's relatives had not themselves
When a bird has leg weakness with appeared on prosecutors,
no disorder of tho llyor,. feed lightly This decision of the final Interpreter
nd give plenty of bone-forming food, of tho Mohammedan law will sound
A purple' comb Indicates congestion to most Englishmen like some sort of
of thc liver. ghastly Opera bouffo, but It would bo
James Drydon, the woll known ex- most unwise to treat. It .altogether In
such a spirit. Undoubtedly tho grand
mufti's decision will seem not only
gqod law, but good morals and good I
religion to n very considerable portion
of tho Egyptian population. It Is one
of tho great dlfllclillles against which '
Mohammedan states strugglo that the '
Kacred law cannot ho altered by a
hair's breath by orthodox Mohamme
dans, even though that law commits '
the true believer' to such appalling
paradoxes as those'propounded by the!
nMn...4 v..f,l ....tm.at.. nnnt.nl. I.m... '
ever, this facts helps to make Moham
medans acquiesce content!)-, if not,
gladly, In British rule. A good Mo
hammedan may always" yield to super
ior forco, and If other people will take
the responsibility of transgressing the
Mohammedan law ho need not exclto
himself about It, but may acquiesce
In the social convenience produced by
Wo believe, wo aro right In saying
that, according to the orthodox Inter
pretatlon of, the Mohammedan Jaw It
Is absolutely Impossible, to abolish
Slavery in a Moslem country. Yet
many Mohammedans are very glad to
acqulsco In Its abolition. The prao
ilca.l harm done by tho grand mufti's
decision has to bo considered. .,
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
' That terrible Itch disappears with
he ,FinST, DltOPS, of V. D. .D. Pres
cription, , It kills . all akin disease
germs constantly, soothing, healing
lotion .used externally o,n!i',IJouolulu
Drug" Co, .tbi-f fili TOrt, ,.;,
A Cincinnati won)an) vows, she will
not rest until tho habit of .kissing has
been wholly abandoned. We forseo a.
long and strenuous career for her.
Louisville. Herald, ,
The extent of tho French vineyards
In 1909 was t,01G,99G ocres, or 71,010
acres less than In 1903.
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Finest Table Butter
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Qne thing is certain Pjuritan Greamery
Butter is the best butter in this market. Swdet
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and fresh. Always unifprm in quality.
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