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Colonel Is Xovt Visiting Friend There;
Ulll l.rnw on Wife's Arrltnl.
Newport, It, I., July 23. Colonel
John J. Amor nnd 1Mb former wife nrc
I expected to divide ttio reason here.
Colonel Astor In here and Mrs. Astor
Is expected the Intter part "of the sea
son with her brother, Uarton Willing.
lloth lime ninny mutual friends. For
Colonel Astor to remain after Mrs.
ABtor arrives would create an awk
ward situation wherein friends who
take no sides would suffer.
Colonel Astor's yacht Is I nthe har
bor with everything aboard for u
cruise. When Mrs. Astor arrives ho
will leave. Ho has arranged for the
departure so It will not appear that
ho Is getting out of the way because
of his former wife. It Is understood
that ho never Intended to stuy the sea
son. With him will go his son Vlncont,
who Is also popular here. It Is de
plorable, society says, but the same
situation has nrlsen beforo in New
port and has been managed so deftly
that there was no clash.
SI a Year
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M Ks'plmila i p
James 11 Raymond and wf by Trs
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Wnlluku Sugar Co to Eliulra John
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CHICKENS AND OTHER POULTRY
(By Joseph R. Farrington.)
AT Till: Susebo Nuval Dockyard
work on tliu second class cruiser Tsu
kuina has been started; nt the Ka
wasaki Dockyard work on the big des
Irojir (Vamukaiu has begun; and the
Umlkaie.'u' Klbfi.'r1 slilpto the above,
Is almost completed In the Muldzure
Naval Dockyard, ami the trials will
take place shortly. Tho Kuwachl and
8. ttsu. battleships irow under con
struction at Kuro will bo launched In
November next, and the Akl will be
completed before next spring.
The hanging of Itobert Martin, a
lifgio, at llellevllle. III., furnished 't
holiday spectacle fur 1GU0 men, who
held tickets of admission tu the Jail
yard. Among the sheriff's guesW
weie many negroes, Mai tin was ex
ecuted for the murder of another I
Poultry Runs Require Good Soil.
One of the most Important thlngi
In 'poultry raising Is to have proper
runs, it Is a mistaken Idea that tho
best land for poultry Is the poorest
land that lies outdoors, or gravelly ot
.sandy land, nil aero of which will no'
'produce enough liny to koi a goa
Ii I he. Hens and chickens requlri
grass, and lots of it An ncie of gooi
gram land Is necessary for every hut.
drcd adult fowls. A poultry plant n
quires Jml ns good soil ns a dalr
larm. jso wonucr so many people ia
In the hen business when they erect
their biillrllngH upon sand, tlcmem
ber what tho lllble's wanting Is about
building upon the sand and Its ndvlct
about building upon the Bnlld rock
Ilettcr locate the plant upon a rock)
farm, for where there nro rocks, good
soil Is sure to be found.
Poultry can be kept in most nnj
kind of rims, providing thoro Is some
thing for them t cat In the shape al
green and anlin.il food. Yards oi
range Uon poor untidy or grnvelly
land are usually as dcstltuta and bar
ren of animal food as the deserts of
Sahara. I.lttlo creaks, meadows
slashes, applo orchards, and woodt
mako excellent run for poultry, writes
A. (1. Symnnds Contooeook, N. II., In
American Poultry Advocate.
A small, wet meadow, with n little
brook oozing through It Is a good run
for, in such a place, mud worms, poly
worh, and various waterbugs art
found in great abundance. Thero arc
certain soft streams that the hens en
Joy If such runs are bushy, so much
the better, for they will furnish shad
to tho fowls. Meadow land that It
drjer nnd with larger brooks alsc
make splendid range for fowls.
Huns In slashes or brush pieces Arc
especially good for growing stock
Chlqkcns lovo to law underneath low
bushes whllo resting, and they arc
better protected from hawks If thoro
nre hushes under which they can
hldo. Hugs and Insects galore nri
found around old stumps whero thr
original growth has been Cut off nn"
patches of grass and jclover, hero and
thero furnish a bountiful "-supply of
An apple orchard Is perhaps the
best run for poultry In ony stage ol
life. P'cnty of grass, shade, bees
files, ninths, worms, nnd varlour
kinds uf Insect life oro cvCr present
A heavy growth of wood or timber
furnishes an excellent working plnc
for the hens, especially in hot wcath
er, leaves ami pine needles have many
kinds of Insects lurking under them
and tho hens enjoy raking them over
for the. choice morsels they will ills
A run. one-half covered with grass
the other half planted to corn, makes
a good, combination, green food from
the grassland, nnlm.il food and shadr
from the com piece.
Chickens may bo allowed freo range
In grass, growing oats, potatoes, corn
and garden stuff, with greit Intent
not only to them, but alto to tin
Kreo range for poultry Is tho Inex
orablo law of nature. Coutlnemcnt
Is mi artificial condition. Poultry left
tu thcmsclvts will not often frequent
sandy laud or sand banks unless tu
dust themselves. Hens given thol.
frcedom are much better able to sat
isfy their wants and supply their
needs than nny one human being Is
able to do when the hens nro in con
finement. in parts of tho country whero foxes
abound or other unlmals destructive
to iKiultiy It Is necessary, to be on
the stifo side, to enclose one's farm
or poultry tange with a wire fenco
having tho mesh fine enough to keep
out all Intruders and the fence tight
at tho bottom mid at least four feet
In height. If no fence Is put up one
might not bu troubled for several
years nnd Ihcn havu so sevcro a blow
struck, tp rally from It would cost a
Small enclosures urn! poultry yards
should bu frequently renewed by plow
lug and seeding down.
Whatever runs aro used for poultry
let them bo productive, not sterile, of
an ubundanco of green nnd animal
food, with plenty of shade, and, If
coutlnemcnt in yards Is necessary,
mako them approach natural condi
tions us near as iiosslble. Ilangor
flood sol) and lots of bugsund Feeds
of various kinds mean less food be
cause the poultry can find nearly all
their fond and'nlBo get good exercise.
The farm poultry keeper of thy old
school does not yard his fowls. The
funcler, who Is generally a village or
city dweller, la obliged to construct
yards, .As the fancy poultry breeders
aro the ones who do most of tho writ
ing for the poultry papers, tho Idea of
yards becomes Infused Into poultry lit.
eruturo, with tho result that farmers
who begin to tnko nn Interest In poul
tty breeding often go to tho expense
of building poultry yards In Imitation
of the town poultrymau. Now, as u
matter of Tact, yutded pou'try can
n made to give roilly better lesults
than fowls on free range, hut It takes
u lot of unnecessary labor to supply
them with tho shado, cxorclso nnd
Bicen food that they secure on the
range. Yarded fowls, ltIcrt to take
cute of themselves to the extent that
the free runge ioultry may be, will
prove unprofltnb c. lly all means those
who r-rc situated whero the chickens
may run fice should not bother with
ynirts. except n small run on one side
if tho house, which may hn used In
tormy wintry weather or when the,
.ens threaten the destruction of some
avorlto gardni crop. M. Hailing In'
In building jour poultry home do'
not mako nny thing elnborato but the I
moro Simple tllO better hpi-mien Ihnt-1
nro easily cleaned. Whitewash takes
the place of paint very well.
An open front poultry houso In this
country Is tho lest thing been use then
ho fowls gel lots of frosh air. Thern
s not much danger In your older birds
)f getting frozen.
If chicks nro allowed In rooit on
unnll thin roosts when first roosting'
Ihey will develop a croaked breast,
bone which Ii a very bad thing In
market Jowls, because they do not'
mako a good hppenrnnce. Also In ex-1
hlbltlnn birds they do have a bad tip-'
Poultry COOPS that hnvn rnmnvnl.ln
roosts 'and dropping boards can bo
Cleaned much easier than permanent
Secret of Ratting Chicks.
Tho great secret liT rnlslng chicks
IS In knowing llV their liml ntul no.
tlons If they nre comfortable. To
inaso a success wo must learn to
know, but It ll(M'u lint Inllu 1mm,. ,.
loarn. In fact, our very llrst observa
tions tolls us. wo know by their looks
If they nre not comfortable they
Will try tO hllddln tOL'i-llirr- onm,. hnu'n
It that they pllo up by climbing over,
but my experience tells mo that they
no up uy pusning under. If they are
'oo warm they will have their necks
itretched. and ninm nmv l.nn u.nir.
mouths open; If they ore comfortable
they nro quiet nnd do not pile up or
Watching and depending upon a
thermometer has been r,.iinnUll,iu fa
ille death of millions of chicks. I have
Known craiiKs to let tho little chicks
perish while they nerslHteil In limin-r
tho thermometer Just so Tho very
best thermometer Is tho chicks themselves.
If tho warm chamber of the
brooder hns a cool nml wnrm n l n...
chlckn will at nil tlmnn li rnn,i in
tho most comfortable placo. They do
ineir own nnjiistlng. day or night. The
best regulator for Ihn lirnn.tn,. la n
good bioodor with Iho lamp pjwer In
proportion; no self-regulator Is cqunl
In governing llie heat when tho oon
litlnns aro so changonblo. Depending
lino u regulators hns flllivl mnnv
thick cemetory. Farm and Home.
Fighting Fleas on Fowls.
I hnvo not been fully successful In
my light against tho chicken Ileus, but
havo learned somo things. Hero they
harbor worse In straw, therefore keep
all hay and strnw out uf henhouse
and nests. Make tho nosts of dirt
or ashes. If necessary. Cold helps to
hold them In check, and water qulto
decently I was told that coal aches
will destroy them. They aro a very
unpleasant pest, and one must watch
for and fight them wherovor found. If
strict attention Is paid to keeping tho
yatd freo from straw, tho houses and
nests cleaned often by using the hose,
If iiosslble, and hosts of ashes Indoors,
also dust baths, you will find some
relief from them. Furm and Homo.
A good feed; 15 pounds kallr corn,
IC pounds wheat, live pounds millet,
three pounds cut oats, ono pound
bran, l'-j pounds beet scraps. (Irlnd
the kallr corn and wlicat rather coarse,
then parch until brown, Also grind
tho beef scraps. Mix all the Ingredi
ents thoroughly, nnd It Is ready to
nought chick feed ha often an ex
tra amount of grit so It Is good to
feed them homo-made feed If you
have got tho feed to mako It with.
8omo peoplo keep dry bran beforo
their chicks constantly which Is a
very good Idea.
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' Skin suffeiers! Drop greanjf salves
and nasty medicines, That mild,
soothing liquid. D. D. D, Prescription
stops tho awful Itch with the first
knowledged value. Get a bottle at
tho Honolulu Drug Co.
Mr 8. Kettle Martin, aged 72 years,
mother of Alvah II. Martin, Repub
lican National Committeeman from
Virginia, died at Norfolk, Va.
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If She Goes To Congress,
Promises To Resign If Not God.
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KANSAS CITY. Kan.. July 21. If Mrs. Unto Richards O'llaro Is elect
ed to congress ftom the Second Kansas district she promises to tendar
her resignation If tho voters of her district think Hie volm In the Interests
of the tiusts. Mrs. O'Huio has already written out her resignation, leav
ing It undated, the dato to be supplied by nny of hop following who
thinks sho should havo voted "iinother wuv on nny bill before congress."
It doesn't loolc ns though Mrs. O'llno would hold her seat for long even
If sho gets enough votes to tnko u seat by Unc'.o Jno. Mrs, O'Hnro Is n
member of the Socialist ptrty. Sho docs the family washing li;twecu
making speeches. She has fifty ot these talks to be made within the nest
month, moro than one a day. und will follow "with moro talks In fact,
enough tnlks to-Insure my election," bIio snjs,
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