Image from page 10 of "The Farm-poultry" (1903)
Title: The Farm-poultry
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : I.S. Johnson and Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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unsur-passei at leading shows. Catalogue sent for postalmailed i:-. MILLVILLE POULTRY FARM CO., M. F. Delano. Prest. Box P. MiUTille, J. H ARDINGS Baby Chick Food is the best balaxiced ration forlittle chicks on the market. Al-ways ready to feed IT IS A LIFE SAVER. Fed dry to chicks from one dayto 6 weeks old, no loss of life.Thotisands of flattering testi-monials, 5 lb. carton - - 30c10 lb. bag - - 50c50 lb. bag - - $1.50100 lb. bag - S2.50 The following Uncle Sam Poultry Remedies arcguaranteed to efiect a cure or moneypromptly refunded. Hardings Roup CureHardings Cholera CureHardings Antiseptic Lice KillerHardings Egg Producer. Send for free Catalogue to GEO. L. HARDING,Manufacturer, Box 665, Blnghamton, N. V., U. S. A. C«ner«l DI«lrlbu»or«:—Excelsior Wire * PoultrySupply Co.. New YorK. Joseph Breck&Sons, Boston,Mas.-.. Vauphans Seed Store, ChicAKO. 111., J. Wilder& Co.. Cincinnati, O.. Fanciers Supply Co., Rich-mond. Va., A. W. Deans & Co., Norfolk, Va. ieo3 17 T
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REGRETS ARE VAIN, Better Be Sure Than Sorry, SECTIOXAL VIEW OF H03IE MADE BROODER.Used by 31r. E. J. Day, Sedgwick, Me. ciiilly bred for egg production must beinflated, as there is no score card or showroom record to prove it. We are allowed tobelieve that a show room record proves thatthe bird shown was bred by the owner fromstock which will be represented in the eggsand breeding stock advertised in connectionwith the winnings of birds shown by him.We are taught to cherish this inane idea, butwe shoulil not credit claims for large eggrecords made by utility breeders who breedfor them, get them, and know that they getthem, and have the figures on record, becausethey do not prove their claims to the satisfac-tion of their disgruntled competitors. These are but a small portion of the foolishthings which a competition that is unfair andunnecessary has caused a portion of one classof breeders to say of another. I will not gointo the details of those practices well knownto all experienced
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