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SET OF FARM BUILDINGS.
Designed to Accommodate Animate of A>! Kinds. J. McP. —Please publish two plans, one fcr a poultry, hogs and wood house, and the other for larger stock and feed. I should like the barn to hold 40 or 50 tons of hay, 10 or 12 tons of grain, 8 cows and 3 horses on the ground floor. I want to have about 12 young cattle down In the cel lar. and manure in the cellar, too. I intend to build It on a hill, with drive way door on north and door for manure on the south. I would like to have a room for grains. Can you Fig. 1. Ground Floor of Stock and F»ed Barn. A, granary; B. mow for hay; C. thresh ing floor 14 feet wide; D. cow stable; E. harness room; F, horse stable; (1, trap doors for manure chute to basement arrange the plan so that I can keep 20 sheep in the barn for winter? 1 intend to build a building to keep 20 hens for winter, 2 or 3 scores of chickens in spring, and 4 pigs and a room for breeding sow and a room for 5 or 8 cords of wood. Also I would like to have a room in which to boil feed. The size of the barn is 4C x 50 feet, with 18 feet posts with hip roof. It contains four bents—a twenty-two foot bent, where horses and cattle stand; a fourteen foot driveway, and a twen- V foot bent, where granary and mow ere shown. There Is an overlay In front of cattle and horses and to give F«*g. 2, Basement Plan. - .w. iceuing and also room to take a team out If there is a load of hay or grain on the barn floor. There is a trap door behind both horse and cow stable to drop the manure through into the manure shed below. The basement contains a room for young cattle to run loose In, a feed room, and sheep pen, also a manure room under cow and horse stable. If the young cattle are to be lied up, the partition between feed room anH THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. wnere tne came are can be moved back so that there are thirteen feet from the wall to front of manger; this will give plenty of room behind cattle. The sheep pen can then be made wid er and shorter and leave room for two box stalls along the north end of the teed allev. Nothing New in This. An English doctor advocates going barefoot as being particularly healthy, and byway of an object lesson sends his children to school in that condi tion. And That’s No Lie. We are taught In early youth, Man la clay—and ’tia the truth. He makes a million dollars quick. Then people say. “He la a brick.” But when he drops It with a thud, His name Is clay—or rather, mud. In Lieu of Wages. Boy—What wages will I get, doctoi If I come to work for you? Doctor—Wages? You’ll get m. services free. What more would jo have. Boy—But, doctor, I am never 111, but you will be; I see to that ForFine Tailoring GOOD FIT And Workmanship GO TO B. SCHRADSKY, 1601 Larimer St. easonable.Prices Fiiguaranteed mSm mmm 1516 Orman Avenue. PUEBLO, COLO. Saturdays and Sundays Mrs. Annie Davis ICE CREAM PARLOR The Patronage of the Public in Solicited ! L & CAKPBBi.u non tcLcmuMw-tius «nc'* Brush oAss, k «K CAMPBELL BROS., Homestead Cor 7 * HAY, QRAIN AND WOOD. ■- - i Bauch C«<»- tm-17 Fifteenth Street Hath !•«►- E. J. O'Driscoll, Mgr. SUMO FletU Str«L The Golden Chest Mining, Milling and Tunnel Co. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado. CAPITALIZATION 250,000 Shares. TREASURY STOCK 125,000 Shares. Par Value $ 1.00, 1 t t Series B. Block of 25,000 Shares st 25 cents |ier share now Is the tune to ouy wnut tney are at a low ngure ana in the reach of all. One-tenth down and monthly payments of $5 .00. Write postal card for circular for full information or call at office, 1223 19th street, Denver, Colo. O. C. SAM PI E, Secy BOARD OF DIRECTORS. DR. W. J. COTTUKLL, REV J E. FORD, Practicing physician, Denver. Pastoi Zion Baptist ct.urcb. Denrev ELIAS STEVENS, J R. LEWIS. • Expert minor. HON. G. C. SAMPLE, B W WILLIAMS, Ex-member Colorado Legislature. W. P. M. of thj'J. .. - i. C 4 PR I Vfff.T\ Roilor Statesman GEO E. COLLINS, Soliciting Agent, 2501 Burdette St., Omaha, Neb S/he s We are now pleased to announce to I j the public that we are new locating at k j 2026 Larimer street with all kinds of k hair goods and ornamental goods of . all kinds and we also announce we , have a full Hue of millinery in the ' latest Parisian style in hats and bon- ■ s nets of all kinds. p n Miss Genevieve Hallowell, prop, ? J Mrs. J. R. Hallowell, mgr. K tvwwsrwwwwvvvwwvwvA THOS CLINGMAN iPe-c-t, Cigars and Smoking Tobaccos Every accommodation for pleasure seekers. A ' home’for strangers, Agent Dr, Perkins’ American Berhs \ ' • PBONE 392 BLACK. 1855 ARAPAHOE ST. Four ot the most lesired spots in Americs