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Image from page 291 of “Rod and gun” (1898)
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Title: Rod and gun
12 Months: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Topics: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Que. [etc.] Rod and Gun Pub. Co. [etc.]
Adding Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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Kelsey, of U. M.C. Co., rendered valuable support. Final andnot at all the very least great credit must begiven to your tall Scribe of Canadian Indians,Mr. Thos. A. Duff, the splendid work accom-plished by him in making all essential ar-rangements and making possible the successfulissue of the most useful trap shooting alTair everattempted in Canada. The Scores. Preliminary practice, 100 goals: S.A. B. Geo. Lvon 100 98 man Ward 100 97 Mrs. Topperwein 100 96 G. S. McCarty 100 96 H.S.Welles… 100 96 R. 0. Heikes 100 95 H. H. Heikes 100 95 Geo. Beattie 100 95 H. D. Freeman 100 94 F. Shattuck 100 94 W. B. Darton 100 94 W. Huflf 100 94 T. H. Keller, Jr 100 94 E, 0. Bower 100 93 C. A. Teenage 100 93 E. G. Henline 100 93 L. B. Fleming 100 93 H. Dixon • 100 92 J. R. Taylor 100 92 G. E. Painter 100 92 Hugh Fleming 100 92 Dr. Calvert 100 91 Geo. Wagner 100 91 J. F. Mallorv 100 91 H. B. Edwards 100 91 E. H. Tripp • 100 91 Chris. Gottlieb 100 90 Finlar 100 tO A. M. Hatcher 100 89
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GOOD RECOIL PADS.E. D. Rike, Dayton, 0., and Jack Fanning.
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Image from page 768 of “Agriculture together with farming business” (1917)
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Title: Agriculture and agriculture company
12 Months: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Benson, Oscar Herman, 1875-1951. [from old catalog] Betts, George Herbert, 1868-1934, [from old catalog] joint writer
Topics: Agriculture Farm administration
Publisher: Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill business
Adding Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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ok County rural college. folks for the intended purpose of watching, speaking about, and studyingthe progress or results of a certain field demonstration. 6. Club Browse.—A club check out is an individual call by state, dis-trict, or regional club leader to your club team or club conference,which can be held in the home, school, club space, court-houseor various other convenient location. 7. Club Project—A club project is the particular research of industry, yard, etc., to-be done by the entire clubgroup. 8. Home Project—A residence task may be the specific work THE AGRICULTURE BUSINESS 745 undertaken by each club member in the home, as part of the clubproject or work of this group. 9. Contest—A contest is an aggressive phase for the clubwork, for which club people measure themselves and theirwork by a typical standard, labeled as a basis of prize. 10. Club Festival—A club event is an organized part ofthe club work and it has mention of the the organized tasks ofa single day, on which users show products, display
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Apple Club kids pruning orcliard under path of comityageut, Cortland Cuuuty, >«ev York. practices, hold relevant plays and other program functions, forthe purpose of stimulating interest and producing passion forthe work. 11. Basis of Award—The foundation of prize is a typical ofmeasurement, outlined for the convenience of frontrunners in deter-mining the success, grade, or standing of a club member,and is used for the awarding of college credits for clubwork additionally the awarding of rewards, medals, diplomas, etc. 12. Score-Card—A score-card is a regular of measure-ment employed for use in judging strive to figure out the standard 746 AGRICULTURE as well as services and products, creatures, grains, and articles manufactured in connectionwith the children club work, 13. Agricultural Club—An farming club is a club ofyoung individuals organized for organized instruction, the pur-pose of building the effectiveness of its people throughout generalagricultural topics and nation life passions. 14. Fol
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