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Dependable Parties to Deal With [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Dependable Parties to Deal With AUCTIONEERS . H . O . Correll Taytorville , 111 . Carey M . Jones Chicago , 111 . W . F . Merriman ... Willlamsrille , 111 . Lloyd L . Seely White Hall , 111 . C . G . Isenhower Martinsville , Ind . G . M . Isenhower Martinsville , Ind . D . O . Meadows Advance , Ind . Fred Reppert Decatur , Ind . BERKSHIRES . Alabama . Monroe Farm ... Box 10 , Monroeville Marvin Pearce Texas W . K . Pickens Livingston Arkansas . E . A . Causey Monticello T . J . Jackson Little Rock J . W . Wells Bentonville California . Mrs . 0 . J . Albee Lawrence A . B . Humphrey Mayhews G . A . Murphy Perkins Colorado . Charles Lerchen Denver Mills Florida . 0 . W . Strait Thonotosassa Georgia . Loring Brown Smyrna J . G . B . Erwin . Sr Fairmount C . W . Fowler Marietta Illinois . R . A . Bloomfield Mt . Sterling Cedar Crest Farm Lake Villa W . S . Corsa White Hall S . J . Craig Elirood Elzle Banner Astoria A . T . Doerr &amp; Sons Harvel W . S . Henderson Browning J . A ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
A SHOW Masterpiece Boar $ 100 On account of moving I offer ray herd tear GrendwoldMa . terpiece 110167 for sale 3 years old , short nose , very hie hami and shoulder and extra long body . Bie bone , gets blic short nosed . how pigs . H , is i Utter mate to Livingston Masterpiece . First check for $ 100 gets him . W . M . Rodgers , Chappells , S . C . WHEN Mr . Corsa wanted lome new blood , lie « ent a daughter of PREMIER FRANCIS to the iervice of LORD PREMIERS RIVAL and got RIVAL S LAST . Fall and Spring litter * by PREMIER FRANCIS , BARON DUKE 144 th , HOPEFUL LEE . MacDonald Bros . MONTEZUMA , IOWA . WILD ROSE BERKSHIRES Of the right type sired by Burwood Lee , a son of Handsome Lee , and Majestic Masterpiece a ¦ on of Masterpiece . Priced right . J , A , Van Horn - - Clinton , Wis . R . F . D . No . 34 Money-Making Berkshires If you want Berkshires of quality , the good motley makingkind , at farmers prices , with a guarantee on every animal , or Collie dogs at $ 5 each if sold a...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
« mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimsiKfm ICTHE BEST ROOFING KNOWN . . J . Good In Any Climate . Prices 1 ply , guaranteed 6 yrs $ 1 . 22 per Sq . 3 ply , guaranteed 10 yrs $ 1 . 49 per Sq . 3 ply , guaranteed IS yrs $ 1 . 71 per Sq . Complete with Nails and Cement . We prepay the freight to III ., Ind ., Iowa , Mich ., Ohio and Wis . Write for Prices to Other Points . Samples Free . Order Today , THE FULTON SUPPLY CO ., Sta . D , Chicago , III . SPRING PIGS FOR SALE Spring pigs for sale by our great herd boars , Premier Duke 70054 and Artful Premier 73307 . Also a few matured bred sows that are beauties . Write for particulars and prices to JUNE K . KING &amp; SONS MARSHALL , MISSOURI . BERKSHIRE PIGS FOR SALE Sired by Columbus Victors Choice • 127892 and their dam is rich in the blood of Lee Premier 108883 , the sire of one of America s famous herds in 1909 . Prices very reasonable . D . C . LEGG , Port Byron , N . Y . [ HATURALc .: ^ PHOSPHATE Add 50 10 ioo £ V THE BEUIBIE ^ Increase you...
Hog Notes—By a Practical Hog Man . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Hog Notes—By a Practical Hog Man . A . J . Lovejoy , Roscoe , III . The Matter of Feed for Septem- thls respect is best for these reasons Der . I would not advise his use . I am asked to say something this month about how to feed pigs for September . September generally , and especially this year , over most of the country will furnish very little green feed . If tnis is the case one should provide previously something to take the place of green grass . One of the easiest things to raise to cover a possible dry time is Dwarf Essex Rape , which can be sown any month of the season up to the month the ground freezes . Kape furnishes much good reed , if one has not prepared by providing a piece of rape for , the dry months he should at least have had foresight enough to have planted a patch of sweet corn . This is also one of tho grand good things to furnish succulent feed during the dry t me . Sweet corn when fed in small quantites to start with so as not to get bad results from a chan...
Regulations Controlling the Im -portation of Live Stock . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Regulations Controlling the Importation of Live Stock . Bulletin from North Carolina State Department of Agriculture . Authority for Making Regulations and Penalties for Their Violation . Duties of the Department of Agriculture . By the laws of North Carolina the Commissioner of Agriculture , by and with the consent and advice of the Board of Agriculture , is especially charged—With investigations adapted to promote the improvement of milk and beef cattle , and especially investigations relating to the diseases of cattle and other domestic animals , and shall publish and distribute from time to time information relative to any contagious diseases of stock , and suggest remedies therefor , and shall have power in such cases to quarantine the infected animals and to regulate the transportation of stock in this State or from one section of it to another , and may cooperate with the United States Department of Agriculture in establishing and maintaining cattle districts or quarantine li...
Who Has the "Grand Champion ?" [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Who Has the Grand Champion ? Nashville , Tenn . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Dear Sirs : —I would like to ask what does a boar have to win to entitle him to be crowned the Grand Champion of the year ? Notice in looking over the catalogues and advertising that three prominent herds have the Grand Champion of 1908 . . Surely all of them are not tne Grand Champion of that year . Certainly there can be only one Grand Champion of . a single season . I can readily understand how a hog can be Grand Champion at any state fair , but how three can be Grand Champion of any one year , I dont get through my hard head . One thing I have discovered in us breeders of Berkshires is that we are a modest set and do not claim all there is coming to us and the earth and the fulfillment thereof . Just ask this question for the reason I may be overlooking something as I had a boar pig to win a Grand Champion ribbon at our county fair in De Kalb county and I want to be in the claiming game if ...
A Son of Lord Premier 2 d [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
A Son of Lord Premier 2 d Mr . W . R . Whitlow , proprietor of Red Oak Farm , Oakland , Ky ., is offering the great breeding boar , The Masquerader 104978 , a son of the $ 2500 Lord Premier 2 d , and out of a daughter of Moreau Longfellow , one of the best sons of Premier Longfellow , the Grand Champion of the world . We have seen sons and daughters of The Masquerader and they were all full of quality and of the very best type , with good heads and plenty of scale and all had extremely good hams and backs . The Masquerader is a boar that should attract the attention of good breeders and all can depend upon any statements from Mr . Whitlow regarding this boar . He is a man of honor and business integrity and we have pleasure in commending Mr . Whitlow and his Berkshires to our readers .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
The blood of the winners in all of them PENSHURST FARM Bred , owned and exhibited The Grand Champion Berkshire Herd of 1909 An unequaled International record The greatest show of the year Every championship , except one , was awarded to us ; besides this we won eleven firsts , and three seconds including get of sire and produce of sow . In the barrow show we won four second and ona third prizes . We offer strictly first class spring pigs of either sex , carrying the blood of the winners . Have a large number of sows to breed for spring farrow to grand champions . Send in your orders early for bred sows and secure tops . J . E . DODGE , Mgr . Penshurst Farm , Narbeth , Pa . World s Fair Winners I have at the head of my Berkshire herd , BarOtl Duke 63 rd , first prize boar pig at the St . Louis World s Fair in 1904 . Am mating him with sows by MASTERPIECE , LORD PREMIERS RIVAL , BARON LEE OF RIVERSIDE , etc . Also a number of descendents of DOROTHY , one of the most noted sows ef the ...
THE MODERN HOG [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
THE MODERN HOG As We Know Him in the Twentieth Century By G . W . BERRY , Topeka , Kansas The origin of improved breeds of swine is veiled in obscurity and founded on tradition . Fixing types , colors and markings appear to have been governed largely by the notions and fancies of original breeders . By the application of the principle of selection wonderful improvement was made and breeds were developed . By selections conforming with their iueals pioneer breeders bred for individual merit , unfolded types and established the improved breeds . The early improvement of the Berkshire has been the source of pleasure to admirers of this old English breed ; the later impromevent of the Poland-China aroused interest in America and won for the breed a high place in the estimation of thousands of farmers ; the improvement of the Chester White in late years shows careful breeding and the marked improvement of the DurocJersey is an achievement of which the breeders of the red hog may be proud...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
B^ H G ^ I If You Do as Leading Stockmen Advise Read what E . C . Stone , Sec y American Hampshire Swine Record Association says about the great worm remedy , Sal-Vet : l write to say that I have been a free user of Sal-Vet and find that it is the most perfect worm exterminator on the market today . It will positively do all you claim for it and there is nothing I know o £ as good and reliable or as cheap . It surely does expel all worms and put hogs in condition to digest food . Previous to using your remedy we fed salt and ashes and were positive our hogs had no worms , but after f eedmg Sal-Vet ten out of thirty passed worms tire second day ° This shows how worms will eat up the profits and deceive even the most expert stockmen . These deadly pests begin their costly work early in hogs . They eat the food the young pigs should have . They starve the old hogs and make them unfit for market . Finally the worms slowly but surely kill . It costs time and money to raise hogs . Don t l...
A Real Fairy Tale . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
A Real Fairy Tale . A short time ago the editor ol Tns Berkshire World was traveling on a train in one of the middle western states . He was sitting in a seat with a man who appeared to be an average every day business man and they consequently started a conversation . The editor , who is somewhat of a hog man , naturally got to talking about Berkshires and their wonderful money making possibilites . A man who is in busineso nowadays is usually in business for money , and this man to whom he was talking was no exception to the rule . Before parting , the editor gave this gentleman a copy of The Berkshire World which he asked him to look over at some convenient time . The outcome of this little conversation , and giving this man a copy of The Berkshire World , is almost like a fairy tale , when you stop to think how this man became interested in the money side of the Berkshire . Today that man has one of the largest herds and bids fair to become one of the greatest breeders of Berksh...
Berkshires at Fairfield Farm [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Berkshires at Fairfield Farm . Vandalia , 111 ., Aug .. 21 , 1910 . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Last week I greatly enjoyed the privilege of meeting old friends and new ones and of attending some of the successful sales and seeing some of the noted Berkshire herds of Illinois . On reaching home I found It a satisfaction to look again at the Berkshires at Fairfield Farm , since I could do so with the feeling that these hogs compare favorably with the best I had seen during my absence . Fairfield Rival is siring pigs of outstanding quality with splendid heads and great hams . Fall gilts that I am breeding are fast developing into elegant brood sows . I have some of these for sale , also a few fine yearling bred sows and a few older ones . I also have open gilts that are almost ready to breed as well as pigs of all ages . I have a fine line of boars to select from , from unweaned pigs up to yearlings , and there are show prospects among them . My prices do not equal the q...
Spring Pigs [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Spring Pigs I am pleased to inform the readers of this paper that I have some good Berkshire spring pigs of both sexes . It is not quite so pleasing to me to say that under existing conditions I am able to deal with people so that the other party can wear the smile . Some of these pigs are from sows sired by Berry s Choice . They are all sired by my boar , Albion 111667 , he by Choice Goods 2 d , he by Choice Goods , he by Duke of Vvooddale and he by Lord Premier 50001 , dam , Humbolt Duchess 4 th , her sire being Hero , and her dam Humbolt Duchess . I can say for him that he Is a good all around hog , with exceptionally good bone , back and length of body . I solicit your correspondence and til questions with regard to my herd will be cheerfully answered . B . V . Ellis , Beaver City , Nebr .
PUBLICITY PAYS , SAYS THE FARMER . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
PUBLICITY PAYS , SAYS THE FARMER . A Letter to the Editor of The Iowa Homestead from an Observant Subscriber . Until quite recent years the question of publicity , or as we more commonly speak of it , advertising methods , was one with which the farmer concerned himself but little . Today it is recognized as one of the foremost considerations In up-to-date commercial farming . Not only must the farmer be able to produce cheaply , but he must be able to place his products before the people who will pay the highest price for them . In this sense advertising is an actual productive power . It creates an income by inducing people to buy where they would not have done so if their attention had not been especially directed to the product by efficient advertising . In order to be successful In advertising it is necessary first of all , to have a first-class product , something that people need or want . Then , too , an advertisement should be specific . If a man has only a hundred bushels ...