The utility of the breeds of poultry can be divided np into three classes: 1. For egg farming - Leghorns, Minorcas, Andalusians. Spanisli, etc. 2. For table birda (roasted) - Brahmas, Cochina, Games, etc. For broilers, crosses of lighber breeds on the above. 3. For eral purposes - Plyinouth Rocks, Wyandottes, Houdans, Langshans, etc. Now, for profit, saya The Farm Journal, a man can secure better returns by selecting according to the class in which he is interested. For instance, an egg farm would be a very slow concern run i with bird3 from class No. 2. Likewise a ! meat supply could not be secured by j class No. 1. And where both are intend; ed and ouly a limited supply of each is expected class No. 3 will all the bill. One reason for a great inany failures is that they do not select their varieües judiciously. This year we have secured plump birds for broilers from the Wyandottes in their purity, but still feel satdsiied that the equal of that Hoodn-Cochin cross we tried last cannot be foand.