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yeaping sons of the Clansman
Vpe Poland Chinas. He has come
from Indiana to make the names Clansman and Polandi China
as Great and Famous thoughoutthe southland as they are today in the
Weft and North.
He is one of the
I am one of the herd Boars of
the Persimon Grove Stock Farm.
I am one of the greatest sons
of the Clansman, the King of
Sires, the greater and moft
popular Boar today of the
The Clansman was sold for
I am a son of the m&metfc sow Silver Br
Giant Boater No. 90455, whose dam was
I am therefore the grand son of the mighty ***?
t ran fifta- nriie as a 'yearling and
? prize sow of Indiana State Fair in I9I7 and Sired by
nereiorc uiv ^uuu son of the mighty Giant Butter, the Epoch maker, Indiana's Grand old champion,
who won fir^t prize as a yearling and the first prize and Grand championship as a 2 year old, and each
year since his sons and daughters have won the lion's share of the blue ribbons at the leading fairs of
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I am a brother of Designer, another Clansman son, who won first prize as a senior yearling at the Nebraska
State Fair in September 1919 and who was sold for $5,000.00 cash.
I am a brother of the Cavalier, another chansman son. who was sold for $5,000.00 19I9;
I am a brother of Giant Clansmap, who was *old for $5,500.00 summer of 1919;
I am a brother of the big Clansman, who sold for $6,000.00 at public sale August 1919;
1 am a brother of Mollie Clansman first prize junior yearling, senior and grand champion sow at the Ohio
State Fair August 1919. ?
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1601.66 each, at the s
b February WW at publ
average of $854.00 eacb. Oni
(or an average $1,156.00 each.
1919 spring pigs, fcran a^Wgi
18th $19 Willi
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