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POREBREDS PAY IN POULTRY
Experiment Conducted by North Caro
lina Station With Flocks
Hist the Value of purebred males
counts, as much in poultry raising as
la stock raising is shown by the rec
rds at three flocks of Leghorns, the
lata, for which have been supplied the
Halted States department of agrlcut
lira by the North Carolina experiment
station. Flock 1, the egg production
f which is included in these records,
consisted of common hens flock 2 was
produced by breeder these hens to
common males flockfl was produced
by breeding flock 1 to a rooster from
hlgbproducih hen. The following
|ear the original flock laid 8Cf eggs a
ben flock 2 laid an average of 88 eggs
a hen and flock 3 laid ah average of
186 eggs a hen. This increase Of 54
per cent in one year tells fery specif-
Standard Bred Rose-Comb White Leg.
leally the benefits of using a purebred
male. But the percentages alone do
not ten the whole story, for a big pro
portion of the increase came at a sea-
son-^-May and Junewhen the produc
tion of flocks 1 and 2 was relatively
low and the prices were good.
HENS BECOME FOND OF EGGS
Habit Usually Formed Through Accl
(dental Breakage8ee That
Moats Are Darkened.
Fowls become very fond of sggs,
ice they begin to eat them. This egg
ating hstiaily begins through accident,
t# eggs being broken. Be careful to
see ittat this does not happen. Bee
tftat the nests are properly supplied
with straw, and have them darkened,
that If an egg is broken the fowls
notr-be likely to discover It. When
sflgeatlhg is discovered among the
Beck, the best plan Is to kill the of
TURKEYS DEVOUR MANY BUftS
If Given Free Rano* Fowls Will Wead
ily F|nd Qraeshoppers and
Given plenty of range, turkeys will
readily find grasshoppers and other In*
seet&i green vegetation, the seeds of
weeds and grasses, waste grain and
cent* and nuts of various kinds, in
.flits way the cost'of raising them is
very email and the- profits large.
GREEN FEEDS ARE ESSENTIAL
Little Chieks Cannot Eat Too much,
and It Pays to Supply Them
With Cut Clover.
Young chicks cannot eat ttd much
bran or green food. It pays to give
tne&i as much cut clover as they can
eat while they are in the brooder
house and allow them plenty of green
food on the range a soon as they are
able to forage for themselves.
RIGHT PUCE FOR BROODERS'
Arrangements Should Be Made to Ad
mit Plenty of LightWarmth
of Spring Needed.
Brooders should always be se placed
that they have plenty of light and, if
possible so that they will be reached
hy the sun. Outdoor brooders are not
satisfactory until the warmth of spring
takes the snow away and dries the
Build a cheap bouse or shelter.
Grow some green crop In the yard.
Ttom't keep a male bird. Hens lay
font, as well without a male.
Pwnchase well-matured pullets rath*
er tiban hens.
Inctftmter chicks are Just as strong
at ben hatched, all else being equal.
fPotft expect great success in hatcn
iatf'and raising chicks unless you have
him^r tbe surplus eggs produced
spring and summer for use
flul and winter when eggs
and high la price.
FOR SALECITY PROPERTY
FOR ANT kind of real estate' deal, see
or write E. J. Wlllitfi, 218 Beltrami
Ave. Phone 41., 121Stf
FOR SALESeven room house, in
good condition, in Nymore. Cheap,
if taken at once. See Ed. Akre.
FOR- .SALE-My six-room bungalow
in the fifth ward. Inquire of Isa
dore Joanls, Nymore. Phone 569.
FOR SALE-Neat live-room house in
A-l condition. Excellent location.
Reason for selling, am leaving
town. Phone 86M forenoons or
FOR SALE40 acres good land, close
to town. 12 acres under cultiva
tion. Cheap if taken soon. Inquire
314 4th street. 4t3-15
FOR SALE160 acres improved
Good location, at $2,000. Terms.
The" biggest snap on land in ^tate.
Reason for selling. See or write
Andrew Aubolee, 719. Bemidji
ave., Bemidji, Minn. 12t3,-23
FOR SALES160 acre improved farm.
Good location, at $2,000. Terms.
The biggest snap on land in state.
Reason for selling. See or write
Andrew Aubolee, 719 Bernini, aye.,
Bemidji, Minn. 12t3-23
FOR SALE-^By The Northern Real
Estate Exchange, T. Baudette,
Manager. Good business property
in heart of city.
160 acres, town of Liberty, "paint"?
ed frame buildings, 6 room House,
barn room for 6 head hep house,
other out buildings, 15 teres under
plow, can all be cultivated. Oil
mail route., All poplar wood. Price
$30 per acre.
-240 acres, town of Eckles oh Jef
ferson highway 40 acres under
plow, frame house, barn, good well.
Price $20 per acre.
-216 Beltrami ave phone 68
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WHEN OTHER METHODS FAIL TRY A PIONEER WANT ADVERTISEIENT
FARM FOR RENT OR SALETwo -J:
miles out "of:Bemidji. Inquire of FOR EXCHANGE^-Five room
owner at 110 6th St., Bemidji,
A Soothing Treat a
OD ICE CREAM is a
welcome treat for the
is# jiist as
wholesome and nburishing as
it is delicious.
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WANTEDKitchen girl at Third
Street (Date. ./J,.,,,, \-L^'2 ,3-4**
WANTEDlAdy cook for hotel.
Good wages. Inquire at Palmer's
How. Co., phone 250. 3t3l
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. Dr. E. 'W. Johnson, 605
Lake Bird. Phone 13. St$-12
buy Ford roadster.
WANTED-^-To buy (Ford. roadster
Phone 780-J. 3.1ptf
FOR YOUR plaster and chimney fix
ing. All work guaranteed. Call
701J. H: D. Grow. 6d3-i2
FOR SALESteinway parlor grand
piano. Ebony case. $700 Call
FOR SALERound Oak range with
water front, polished steel top.. 150.
Phone 760. et3*13
SUBSCRftE FORi:THfi DAILY HONEER
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER MM T^
erh cottage, except- heat, fori
room cottage. Lock box 12L
FOR'SALE!3-horse Ferro SpejBial
Mariner engine. Snap, if taken-} at
once. Bemidji Machine WrirkV
FOR SALESee the Bemidji Sta
tionery store for rubber stamps,
fac simile signature stamps 'no-
tarial seals.and cerpoi&tion seals.
FOR SALE OR TRADE^-One fine
Cadillac, 5-passenger automobile,
in first class condition. .Will tirade
for acre property within 5 mil
of Bemidji or improved city
erty. W. L. Brooks. 2t3-12
FOR RENT-Rooms. Two large light
on first floor. 4*3 FoaTth siW
Chester 8. Rouse. A,:.n4.fSi[
FOR RENTCorfcrete bio buildliig
on second itreet east of laundry,
Inqiiire John F. Glfcoons. 3-4tf
FOB RENT10-room hquse modern
except heat. Possession March SO.
Clark Pole & Tie Company. *t3-l8
FOR RENTFarm, 40 acres elearoi
1 mile north of Wilton, reasonable
terms. J. K. Given at Bemidji
Steam Laundry. :',it8*#!
BEGINNING Or A ROMANCE.
NurseIf you loved me you
would give up smoking* when you
get over your terrible wounds.
SoldierIf you loved me yon
wouldn't ask me to give it up.
'A crasy motorist he.
R open* wide the
His driving- motto Mini to b#t
"They hail not pus!"
"Tour charges' are simply outra*
geous," complained the guest who was
at the shore hotel for his health.
"Hold on!" protested the landlord.
TCou forget^ I'm not at this hotel for
the same reason that you are."
"HOw could that girls' dressmaker
gain such a reputation?"
/"Weren't all the dresses she
IF BACKACHY OR 'X
Eat Less Meat, Also Take Glass
of Salts Before Eat
Vric aci^ ip, .meac excites the kid
neys, they become overworked get
sluggish, ache, and feel: like lumps
of lead. The urine becomes cloudy
the bladder is irritated, and you may
be obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night. When the
kidneys clog, you must help them
flush off the body's urinous waste or
you'll be a real sick person shortly.
At first you feel a dull misery in the
kidney region, you suffer from back
ache, sick headache,- dizziness, stom
ach gets sour, tongue coated and you
feel rheumatic twinges 'when the
weather is bad.
Eat less meat, drink lots of water
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Salts take a table
spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your
Mdheye will then act fiije. This fam
ous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon, Juice, combined
with Kthia, and has been used for
generation's to clean clogged kidneys
and stimulate them to normal activ
ity, also to neutralize the acids in
urine, so it no longer is a source of
irritation, thus ending bladder weak-
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in-
TPHE Chevrolet ^T6ur-Nmety,
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1920
Read Ida Clyde Clarke's remarkable
article on this subject in
for MARCH On Sale Now
possesses all the necessary qualifications
and ability to satisfy those who, although de-
siring to spend a limited amount of money for
a car, wish to possess an automobile having
sufficient ppwer and all round capabilities to
do all that can be expected of any motor car.
Prices havdadvaiicedori^^ taking effectMarch
Butwe havea few on hand that we arei going to sell at theold
jure makes a delightfui'effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take how and then to keep
the kidneys clean and active. Drug
gists here say they sell lots of Jad
Salts' to folks who believe in over
coming kidney trouble while it is only
.trouble. ..#Wfi :&- -^H -^."l-r
WHEN you invest in that
new Spring finery which
you have already picked
out, don't forgejb that your
friends have long been
waiting for a photograph
of you and your new spring
suit would make a most
"Speaking" Likenesses by
Photography Prices That Please
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