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Prepared by the Extension Service, State College of Washington housing the home flock. The first consideration in building new poultry house is the location. It Is a family flock, and the house ife is supposed to take care of it, RADIO $25 OUTFIT omplete, including everything nec to receive. Approximate essary range 1000 miles. Directions to set up and operate. Wo also have GREBE sets and all parts. Pacific Telegraph Institute 119 N. Post, Spokane. WE WILL HELP YOU MAKE YOUR DRESS Our hemstitching and button work will save hours of worry and time. Sampson Feather &. Button Works Kuhn Bldg., Spokane, Wash. The Spokane I Where solid comfort and Satisfying meals cost yon no mur< [irSij and yon feel at home at the sign of The Silver Grill The SPOKANE HOTEL / MAIL ORDERS are a specialty with us, so we can take care of your music wants for yon. We now have one of the largest stocks of class ical sheet music in the Northwest — also everything in band and orchestra instru ments and accessories. "Bring Us Your Musical Problems" 1 KO£E m Spok oirve. Wiy Opposite Davenport—Main Entrance When in Spokane TBV THE NEW Madison HOTEL ml. Upas ii .■ai W NEWLY FURNISHED Two Blocks West of Davenport Hotel ROOMS, »1.00 UP With Private Beth, »2.00 Up Popular priced cafe and Innch room. Telephone Main 2463 Management of 0. A. Goader _ TO SPOKANE I AND THC MAIN AVENUE GARAGE . IT o O If you want to buy, sell or trade that used car— "SEE FRED" Storage—We never close. Main Avenue Garage fackrana. cor Mala MSI I Buttons, Hemstitching, Pleating, Feather Work, Dress Trimming. t Buttons, Pleating, Braid ''"madame MAJER " 808 Hyde Bldg., Spokane Hemstitching Bufc Feather and : Book on & Dog Diseases | And How to Feed. AMERICA'S Mailed free to any PIONEER address by the author. H. Clay Glover Co., • Inc ize W. 24th «t. New York, U. 8. A. ■ / V Y. DOG REME DIES I I ! if , s 2 EBB INVESTIGATE my remarkable work as a hirhly specialized physician before subscribing to eo-called"horoe "quack" treatments. This FREE book tells about my .v, f , a guaranteed non-surgical, pam A \ ie>s cure. Send rot it today. r,I - r - * V CHAS. J. DE Aft - r X PORTI AHD,OREGON *■# > I t h t îa pa p£R w h r n w Ry Ting .««IRaBHätOBi • WH * No. 12, 1923 H. A. it should be close to the residence. It should face south unless where the high prevailing winds are from the southwest, when it should face east. the chickens will have access to open yards or free range. If young stock is to be raised in part of the house, there should be special yards for their use. large flocks of chickens two years in succession on the same ground. it should be so located that It is not wise to raise The size and shape of the house will depend on the size of the flock that it is to house, A flock of less than 30 will need 5 square feet per bird. A flock of 100 or less will need A flock of 500 or over 4 square feet, can get along with 3 square feet per A house 20x20 would be just bird. right for 100 hens. An ideal arrangement for a farm flock of 100 pullets and 20 breeders, would be a laying house 20x20, with a comparatively small yard, for the pullet flock, and a separate house 16x20 for the breeders and for the growing young stock. Make a pen 6x16 for the breeders, and use the re mainder 14x16, for growing young stock. This part can be used for storage when not growing chicks. It should be remembered that it is not necessary to mate the entire flock in ordtu to keep it up to its capacity. One good Leghorn cockerel and 20 selected hens, or one good Barred Rock cockerel and 15 selected hens will keep the flock up to its maxi mum. You can afford one good cock erel, and he is worth a housefull of Besides, it requires less poor ones, room for your breeders. The kind of house you build will depend on the location and the ex tremes of heat and cold. It is a mis take in any climate to build a house j too close or with too much glass in i it . Glass conducts both heat and cold, and it does not admit fresh air. front house, that is a house I with one square foot of opening to every 20 square feet of floor space, i is always desirable. It can be used, i with a roller or lift curtain, in almost I any climate. Thus, a house 20x20 i should have an opening at least 2 feet wide by 10 feet long. If It is in a cool climate, the rest of the building should be built warm and close. It may even be necessary to double wall the back and one or both ends. In climates having exces sive heat and cold a ceiling of boards or straw is desirable. There should always be a ventilator, a place for the foul air to escape. If an open front is used to admit fresh air, all that is necessary Is an opening of some sort Use at the high point of the roof. Just enough windows to give good light on the floor. Some people are using glass cloth, which admits light, but does not readily conduct heat and cold. This "cloth' closts about 35 cents a yard in small lots. In houses not over 20 feet wide the gable roof is ideal. It does not catch so much wind as the shed roof, and a long eave on one side protects the open front. The door should be in the end of the building, and should be at least 3 feet wide. In very long houses it is wise to have a door in each end. The floor may be dirt, wood or concrete. The dirt floor is hard to keep clean, and the board floor some times makes a breeding place for rats. Almost any building can he made rat proof by sinking a foundation 18 inches below the surface of the ground and letting the concrete flange out at the bottom of the forms. This is i done by keeping the outside of the form an inch or two above the bottom of the ditch. If a concrete lloor is used it should have a 2-inch base of smoothly j concrete and a 1-2 inch coat coarse of a 1 to 1 1-2 mixture troweled. In any house, or any construction, | the air must be kept pure, the tem- j excessibly hot or cold, i perature never and everything in and out of the build- ; i n g dean and sanitary. The litter j should be from 4 to 6 inches deep and should be kept dry and fluffy. If it ! too ! i be planting ! j _ i but getting is dry and clean, short, add fresh straw. (The next article will potatoes.) The slender woman should select a j the edge to liât with trimming near give a feeling of width, but not over weighted. WORLD'S NEWS BRIEFLY RETOLD Important News of Both Hemi spheres Boiled Down to Last Analysis. Miles Poindexter, accompanied by Mrs. Poindexter, will sail for Peru April 6. He was recently appointed ambassador to that country. Most of the big industries of the na tion will be at capacity production before the end of the year, according to official predictions from Washing ton. Warned by a dream the night before, George Taylor got out of an automo bile befroe it crossed a bridge near Pueblo, Col. The bridge collapsed, the driver being killed. The cigaret law which in recent weeks has made Utah famous, has been so amended the sale of clgarets and other forms of tobacco is au thorized under a license system. Mortgages totalling over $7,857,000, 000 were attached to United States farms in 1920, the department of ag riculture and census bureau has an nounced. Iowa led the list, and linois is second. ii The Anti-Saloon league of New York is a political machine and as such should file a statement of receipts and expenditures made in connection with the 1922 primary and general elec tions, Supreme Court Justice Stanley ruled recently. With friends and relatives watch , ng Harvey McIntosh, brother T h 0 mas, farmers, _ Q m ,, ba) were swept away on a cake of jce g andbar in the Missouri river, f , oes ma(Je rescu0 an lmp088lbI iity. 30, and his of near The men were marooned on a Ice The day is not far distant when human heads can be interchanged, think London scientists who have carried that operation out successfully with Insects, yes also have been re moved from rats, fish and toads and grafted into the heads of other sub jects. A kiss from Mrs. Harry Weston of Greenville, N. J., was the reward a Boston taxi driver received for his honesty in returning to her husband a wallet containing $4000 which he found in his cab. Weston then gave the driver a more substantial testi monial before leaving for New York. Slick-haired sheiks here may he barred from some homes because the stuff they use on their hair to make it shine and stick to the scalp Is soil ing wallpaper in many homes, back of the couches. One mother at Ashtabula, Ohio has notified a local newspaper that her daughter's beau will have to wear a bathing cap when he calls or cease his visits. NORTHWEST NEWS A bill providing $100,000 for a study of the Columbia basin project and $50,000 for the study of the Umatilla rapids project has been passed by congress and is ready for the signa ture of the president. There has been gradual stabiliza i tion of the milling industry in the Pacific northwest after the hardships I gone through the last few years. The j gradual resumption of trade is noted j in the fact that several milling coni I panies have .since the first of the j year, notified their stockholders that regular dividends will be paid, some thing that has been missing for three Two mill years in some instances. ing concerns this past week have re sumed regular dividend payments. Idaho, Washington. Montana, Ore Ron and British Columbia will be officially represented with displays at the Fourth Annual Spokane National Sportsmen's and Tourists' fair, which will be held iu Spokane, May 22-25. already have Twenty-four exhibits been signed and six tentatively served. Two government departments will be represented — the United re States department of forestry and the United States bureau of biology, which directs the fight on predatory animals. Sixteen communities of British Colum bia will unite in on elarge exhibit this year. The British society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals has recently celebrated the 100th anni Mention Your Home Paper When Answering These Advertisements Or. I. C. Van Dor . Dr. Bornioa M. Van Dorn Physico Clinical Laboratory, practicing the ELECTRONIC REACTIONS of ABRAMS And Osteopathy 515 Old National Bank Bid«. Main 2503 BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART AND STOMACH TROUBLES S. D. SAWTELLE, M. D., D. O. Practicing. OSTEOPATHY, OPTOMETRY and ABRAMS* METHODS Fitting of Glasses and Treatment of the Eyes 605-509 Rookery Bldg. Phone Main 452. Spokane, Wash. INFORMATION DEPARTMENT A Handy Spokane Business and Professional Directory AUTO TOPS AND REPAIRING PACIFIC M TO TOP CO., --.in W 'Second. EGGS EGOS EGGS EGGS SPOKANE PERFECT EGO GO.. 222 Spragne. HOGS. VEAL AND POULTRY BUYERS T"'LÉWfs''* CO.. PACK^ÏÏsT Spokane. ~ ICE MACHINES^ A R MSTRON(Ï~m!aCHTNERV go Spokiin«. MEAT PRODUCTS BOUGHT AND SOLD PAOTPTO MÄTTKRT. 43 W Rir*rsirtp. RADIO SUPPLIES pTPTvff^TRT/FnRA^^ Post STEAMSHIP - TICKETS _~ 010 TTvdp Wrfsr AUTOMOBILE«: SEE OR WRITE for prices Eords sod Lincoln Csrs WILEY L ATCTT LEY. R M Wsde Co.. N910 Monroe. PpoVeoe ~ AUTOMOBILE— TRIICK^TIRFS KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES. KELLY Tire Co.. 1st and Monroe St.. Spokane. term« «T» AUTO TOPS AND ROUTER TNLAND^VUTO TOP^FACTCRT S. 211 "Mon rmMnar. 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Service free, j MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY I j j Rat c Cylinder srindintr. overaize niatnna fit ted, ereneral machine work CRR80KNT Machine Work«. 815 North Monroe MISCELLANEOUS GOOD USED PIPE, low price. _JUNK OO., 8. 118 Adams St., Spokane. MONUMENTS. ALASKA SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO Leading dealer* in all EaUera and Foreign Granite and Marble Monn menta. Ueaigna and Prieea bv Mail Large Stock 008 W Trent Ave.. Cor_ Po« WRITE INLAND MONUMENTAL OO.. RRO kane. Weak , for pricea and design. EMPIRE GRANITE PRODUCTS CO 431 Fxeknnge Bank Bldg.. Spokane PAPERS FROM^YOURJHOME TOWN | Texas and Montana Oil Papers. Send 15c to f DR. B. ERNST. Crescent Store, main floor ! Glasses fitted—lenses duplicated. Casino News Co.. Box 2119, Spokane. OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN PÏ ÀTINC AND STOVE pvpAIP WBTTE MF^ER^ ^R?>'BC'vb^Yooq "w 'E.ru. Sr 1 »»»* renair* ninth's*. weM par*« ! j ! RADIO BUILD YOUR OWN SETS: SAVE MONEY Send for descriptive bulletin ; parts, panola r . < v \ftOl£oy ifw»* ORANGE , PEKOE mm R û fs't. 4 .9 van mm VyVirù (ff I ! ■ 41 •j aJ GOLDMEDAL GRAND PRIZE HIGHEST HONORS OBTAINABLE -4 uP ■ ïZL, ' S k versary of the first introduction to any legislative body of a bill to pro tect animals. It was Richard Martin, a member of the house of commons, who Introduced his bill one hundred years ago, and, although he was Jeered and ridiculed, he stuck to hla purpose and succeeded in getting It made a law. After that he was nick named "Humanity Dick." oabinete and accessories. THE WEST COAST RADI O OO., 8. 112 Cedar St., Spokane, Wash. SILVER-B LÄC k"AND CROSS FOXES FOB SALB VVI Î j f )A1 4 1). HÀM BO. 407 Sprague. Spokane. TANNERS AND MANUFACTURERS COATS, ROBES. RUGS AND REPAIR work. Spokane Fur Tanning Co., S. 9 Pine. TEACHERS' AGENCIES i^RÏTE^ÏJS^POi^SUPESÏNTENDENTS'^ÎÎD teachers. Reliable, confidential credentials furnished. Westraore Teachers' Agy. Spokane. TfcActlIïK« FOR H 8. SCIENCE NEEDED! Albert Teachers' Agency. 802 Peyton Bldg! NEW TODAY BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—THE WELL KNOWN HUFP'B Cafe in Moscow, Idaho. Only cafe in town of 4000 with 1200 college students. Com pletely equipped. Present owner put himself through college with this cafe. Desire to de vote all his time to his law business. If inter ested pet quickly. This opportunity will be taken soon. Phone or write Laurence E. Huff, Moscow, Idaho. FORD AGENCY FOR SALE—AUTHORIZED ^ and only Ford Agency located at Coenr d'Alene, Idaho, for sale, including brick and concrete building, 60x110; excellent location; stock ol cars, tires, parts, accessories, etc. For further information inquire of owner, Dan L. Lindsley. DEER PARK AUTO FREIGHT. SPOKANR~TO~'CHEWRLAHr'"A'BOX - OR"A carload. Phone for rates. Main 5344 N. 280 Division St. ICE MACHINES WK^mriT^RfGHT. -SPOKÂNeTcË^mT CHINE CO., 2124 E. Sprague. High. 58. ___ PERSONALS GET' ACQUAINTED,' IF LONELY, "TOR ETE. Yon may find your ideal. Enclose stamped envelope. Violet Ray, Dennison, Ohio. LONELY MEN! ÏF YOU WISH NEW friends, write me enclosing stamped enrel ope . Lois Sproul, Cleveland, Ohio. POULTRY bXby î&ioés— hatching^ kgg's?^ ÉROM vigorous stock trapn&st sires, selected bens. JhfKO flocks have boon passed by a supervisor * roIn v\ ashington State college. Chicks will inspected at shipping P®'"»- Send tor in lorrnnlion. WHATCOM COUNTY A CORED 1TKD HATCHERIES. B. C. Young. 8oo„ Bel lingham, Wash. MA MMOTH^TOITLOUSE GEESE EGGS 50c. Fawn sod white Indian Runner ducks »2.50 '1 rewords Washington State Fair. I pnps from prise stock. Chrlat Rt. 4. Vakium, Wash. JERSEY BLACK GIANTS. eL-RETTRO strain are prize winners. America's largest chickens; fine layers and superb table birds. Write for mating list. El Retiro Farm, Seattle Heights, Wash. WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS FROM HIGH grade trap-nest cockerels; $18 per 100 eggs hutched : $25 per 1,000. Hawley Poultry Farm, Bellingham, Wash. PUREBRED BOURBON RED'"tURKEY8. Hardy atock. Naptou & Napton. Homedale. Idaho. - I ^ POULTRY AND JEGGS^ We^wîlî buy your poultry: one or a U n Shoemaker » Go.. 508 Weller. Seattte. REAL ESTATE AND FARM LANDS _ ___ RÉAL COUNTRY HOME—6-ROOM MOD bungnlow, furnace heat, hardwood floors. Delco lighting system; modern chickea house, brooder house; 6 acres 13-year-old coaa nie rein! orchard; 600 White Leghorn chicken»; 15 mi. from Spokane, 5 mi. from Cheney. Good reason for selling. Sacrifice by owner. J. W. Kollogfr. R. 2. Cheney. Wash. FOR SALE WELL LOCATED Stock and Dairy Ranch, Plenty outside range. R. R. siding on place. Easy terms. Owner, N. 2505 Stevens, Spokane.