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VOL. XXIX. No. 9. KENT and SEATTLE, WASH, MAY 1, 191 1.
One of the finest White Leghorn males alive. Had a
grouch when this picture was made and positively re
fused to sit up and look pleasant. -photobyciark.
"THE OLD ORDER CHANGETH, GIVING PLACE
One of the new style Brood Rooms on the Tan
cred place. This building is 14x26 feet and at pres
ent accommodates 1200 young chicks.
A HUSKY LOT OF YOUNGSTLRS.
1200 little chicks who don't know they are orphans
and wouldn't care a hoot if they did. A good illustra
tion of the new methods of wholesale chicken raising.
WHITE LEGHORN PULLET NO. 520.
This picture answers the question, "Can Beauty and
Utility be Combined ?" Note the length of back, depth
of chest and large abdomen; characteristics of the Tan
cred strain of White Leghorns. A broken top main tail
feather detracts from the otherwise perfect symmetry
of this fowl.
50c Per Year, 5c the Copy