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Image from page 369 of “Poultry fancier” (1912)
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Title: Poultry fancier
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Poultry Fancier Pub. Co.
Subjects: Poultry Periodicals
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Poultry Fancier Pub. Co.,
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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ecial Matings Our prices range from .50 to £5 perlSeggs, except a few very special mat-ings at from .which we guaran-tee every egg- From our otherpens we assure you 88 to 92 percent, fertility. Seud at oncefor our illustrated catalogand mating list, with fulldetails. Answer throughR. F. D.8. Wm. C. Bowman, Mgr. 374 POULTRY FANCIER this point Br. Bisher does not keep, butsends to the market. That is the way-he has made his success in breeding. Now we find that any one who hasgood birds can win; but one must havethe birds; and it is not always best to think that no one else has any good ones.The old reliable breeders will sell youeggs from their best birds and oftenone can produce winners from them, butgreat care must be given to the chicks,for no matter how good your stock is if they do not receive good care they willnot make a prize winner. Mr. Bishergives his wife the credit for winning, asit is she who takes care of the birds andcaused the success in raising the prizewinners.

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POULTRY FANCIER 375 Breeding of Prize- Winning and Bred to Lay S. C.Buff Leghorns. Mervin Wintrode, Littlestown, Pa. In felceting a breed of chickens onehas to be aided by the object for whichthey are to be kept. One breed willhave a decided call over another in cer-tain respects, whether it be for eggs ora table fowl. But no matter what thebreed, unless a proper and thoroughsystem is followed in the care and man-agement, no profits of any consequencecan possibly be made. Now for the manwho has the necessary fitness, patienceand grit, there is no occupation moreprofitable, more interesting and morehealthful than this. The individual whowould make a success of poultry wouldsucceed in other walks of life, and thosewho fail in other spheres of labor mustnot turn to poultry with the idea that it color. We want the male bird to be rich,oven buff, with a very little dark inwings and saddle. Pay special attentionto shape, as that is where many judgesmark to the Standard of Perfection. Wemate

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Image from page 396 of “The biography and public services of Hon James G. Blaine : giving a full account of twenty years in the national capital” (1884)
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Identifier: biographypublics00crai
Title: The biography and public services of Hon James G. Blaine : giving a full account of twenty years in the national capital
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Craig, Hugh
Subjects: Blaine, James Gillespie, 1830-1893
Publisher: New York : H.S. Goodspeed
Contributing Library: University of Connecticut Libraries
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of his professionhe would probably be to-day in the enjoyment of vast wealth,with a practice worth fifty thousand dollars a year. He wasborn for public aftairs, however, and following the bent of hisnature, he yielded to the solicitation of admiring friends andbecame a candidate for the State Legislature in 1852. Hisdistrict comprised the counties of Jackson and Franklin, andhad some years before been represented by his father. Theyoung mans competitor was an old and well-known politician,and the canvass was sharply contested. Logan was elected bya very large majority. Resuming his interrupted practice at the close of his term,he was at once brought forward as a candidate for Prosecut-ing Attorney for the Third Judicial District. His experienceat the bar had been chiefly in criminal cases, or at any ratehe had naturally attracted attention in trials of this classmainly, and his success had been so signal that his fitness forthe position of public prosecutor was spontaneously acknowl-

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MRS. JOEN A. LOGAJf. FROM THE FARM TO CONGRESS. 373 edged. He had already established a reputation for integrity,his acquirements and ability were unquestioned, and, what wasof great moment in those days, he was known to be possessedof undaunted courage. But a short time before, after hisreturn from the Mexican war, he had gained great fame by hispursuit of a band of horse-thieves who had taken refuge inSouthwestern Missouri, and the recapture from the outlawsof his neighbors horses which had been stolen. He was triumphantly elected District Attorney, and duringhis term of office increased his legal fame by a career of unin-terrupted success. Not a criminal escaped whom he broughtto trial, and not an indictment was quashed. It was during this period that he went to Shawneetown toattend court, and accepted an invitation to dinner at thehouse of his old friend and comrade of the Mexican war, Capt.Cunningham. There he met the captains daughter, a beauti-ful girl of seventeeen, who had ju

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