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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
ROYCROFT Northern Grown Berkshires ————————— Grown where they simply cannot help being good—with good pastures , fresh , cold spring water , bred right , fed right , and will be so Wright , A fine lot of pigs on hand , out of big growthy sows and by such toted aires as MASTER DUKE 50 th 128400 GRAND MASTERPIECE 128500 MASTERPIECE 77000 INVINCIBLE MASTERPIECE 118000 LONGFELLOW PREMIER C . 98700 LEE PREMIER 108833 0 . H . F . SENSATION 90900 And Other Good Ones . If you are interested in good Berkshires send for our new herd catalog , now out . It is not full of fancy cuts , but actual photos of our stock as it is . Mail orders receive our prompt attention , and will be handled carefully for we have got to please you . Come and make your own selection , if possible . Consider this a personal invitation to come and see us , whether you buy or not . ROYCROFT FARM SIDNAW . 0 MICHIGAN j I i I 3 I i I j I j I } I j | \ I j I I &lt; I &lt; I J I ; J •? \ j ? j t . X , V ; | ...
LMfflKDtB [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
LMfflKDtB Separator Suggestions . It baa been shown that the dairy separator pays . This Is beyond question . The thing to be settled now is which separator will pay the best . Every make has its redeeming feature ; every make has its strong point which is unique and not duplicated in other machines . It is not the purpose at this time to show amy partiality or select any particular separator , but rather to distinguish between the socalled water separator or home made separator and the real centrifugal machines . The process of taking but-ter-fat out of milk is certainly a simple one . If the milk is left undisturbed for some hours the action of gravity forces the lighter portion or the globules of fat to the surface with an easily distinguished line of demarcation between the two parts . This is known as the cream . It rises naturally because of the difference in the weight between it and the heavier portion or the milk . The separator brings another force of nature into action in...
Types of Berkshires . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Types of Berkshires . To The Berkshire World : — I have been much interested in The Berkshire World from the time it was first launched on the sea of journalism to win the approval and popular favors of farmers and breeders who raise the noblest breed of swine the world has ever known , The Berkshire , I say , the best breed with all candor and sincerity . It has been my duty to study breeds , and breed characteristics , for I have had to bring all of them to the attention of anxious and discriminating readers who were seeking the best facts in the case . I am free to say that the best of the breed of Berkshires that have been reared in the hands of careful and painstaking breeders for several generations , display more good hog sense , are more contented and make better use of the feed consumed and the best quality of meat of any branch of any breed that has ever developeu and raised to the dignity of a breeu . One fact should be kept in mind by the beginners in swine breeding : Al...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR Opens Sept 30 , QojggOctJj REDUCED RATES AND SPECIAL TRAINS TO AND FROM SPRINGFIELD VIA THE &amp; ALTON CHICAGO This year s Fair will far surpass all previous ones . No ^ expense has been spared . Wright Brothers Aeroplanes and Barney Oldfield s Racing Automobiles in a 5 mile race . Immense exhibit of Horses , Cattle , Sheep , Swine , Poultry , already taxed to the limit . Hundreds of other attractions . You Can t Afford to Miss It This Year- The Only Way to The Only Fair For rates , time of trains and other information consult FRED W . ELDER , D . P . A ., Springfield , 111 . ——^———^^^^^^ HHi ^ lfi—ilSSSSSSS——sssl »
something New for Breeders and Farmers . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
something New for Breeders and Farmers . Right now is the time you should repare to take care of your stock , iogs and poultry , in the best manner • ossible during the late fall and Winer months . It is said by some of the most noted breeders of hogs , cattle : -nd poultry that their stock does from ••&gt; to 50 % better and that they save t least 1-3 their feed by using one of iPpley s Patent Combination Steam 1 ooker , Poultry and Hog House Heat ! 1 s . With this latest improved cook- ¦; Pipes can be attached to it and it . ¦ ill heat hog pens and brooder ouses to perfection . It has an automatic regulator to control the fire . ¦ v e advise our readers to send to the ji ppley Manufacturing Co ., Box 100 , ¦ rafton , 111 ., for copy of their catalogue , telling the many advantages [&gt; nd the great saving in all feeds when , f is used . The above firm are the largest manufacturers of all kinds of cookers in u &gt; e United States . They have cookers from $...
Always a Good One For Sale [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Always a Good One For Sale Oconomowoc , Wis . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —Since the close of the selling season for breeding stock , we are pleased to say we have had quite a good trade in Hackney harness horses , particularly those of high class , of which we have quite a number . We have sold some quite show prosepcts which ( if names remain unchanged ) should redound to the credit of the Pabst Farm . Among others we might mention the beautiful chestnut mare Pandora 1951 , a four-year-old of great promise sold to a Philadelphia gentleman . A celebrated New York show man bought a pair of very nice 14-2 in . bay cobs , both by Dilham Prime Minister , and which will probably be seen later in the lead of a small four . We also sold to a local gentleman a grand , big brown wheeler , and to other local parties a well broken pair in Dainty Lad and Pretty Peggy . Another well mated pair of blacks was sold to a Chicago dealer last week , a bay mare to a Kentucky ...
Maximus 121000 and Kinloch Rival 115048 . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Maximus 121000 and Kinloch Rival 115048 . These two herd boars share equal honors in the well known Berkshire herd of The Lippincott Pure-Bred Stock Farms , Lima , Ohio . Certainly there can be no better blood lines represented in any other herd . Maximus 121000 represents the Master-piece-Baron Duke 60 th combination , he being a son of Masterpiece 77000 and out of a dam by Baron Duke 50 th , second dam by Masterpiece . Kinloch Rival 115048 is backed by the Premier Longfellow-Lord Premier s Rival blood . He is a son of Lord Premier s Rival , and out of an exceptionally great sow , who is a daughter of Premier Longfellow 68600 . Great as these sires are in point of breeding , they are equally great in individuality and re-production of type and quality . How each of these great boars would mate on the get of the other , was the exclamation of a prominent breeder who recently looked them over . Intelligent mating of these sires with as good brood sows as money and skill can buy , has...
Type . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Type . Trying to breed Shorthorns to a certain color and line of breeding nearly ruined that grand breed of cattle a few years ago but thanks to a number of breeders who had sense enough to see the folly in time , the breed was saved from destruction and we now have the grandest breed of cattle the world has ever produced . Mr . Splcer . speaks of the Berkshire losing out among the farmers—this is oiot the case in our county , one ot the greatest agricultural counties in Missouri . More farmers are buying Berkhsires at double the price they pay for boars of any of the other breed and claim that the Berkshire makes the best cross to follow cattle in the feed yard and pasture . What the farmer wants , and must have , is a hog that will thrive best and make the best gain with the smallest amount of feed and attention . These qualities they find in the well bred Berkshire . Yours for success , June K . King , Marshall , Mo .
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Manure Spreader ^ yiHOOSING a spreader that will prove a big \&gt; paying investment for years to come is a serious problem . You cant judge by appearance all spreaders look very much alike . The way to be sure is to get right into the details of construetion . See how and of what they are made . The handsome finish of— I H C Spreaders Kemp 20 th Century Corn King Cloverleaf is a true index to the quality in every part—not a cloak to cover up defects in workmanship and material . See them and judge for yourself if there are any others which have— —such a noticeable absence of troublesome , unimportant gear wheels —so few levers —such a perfect apron —such wonderful range of feed under absolute and instantaneous control of the driver —such remarkably light draft , due to roller-bearings —such perfect distribution —such strength in every part . I H C spreader frames are made of hard , heavy , non-porous , resinous wood—air dried , so that the sap is retained and the wood fiber...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Why Boys Pail . Rev . W . N . Tobie . I have been a rather close observer of boys , and I have noticed a few things . I have had boys work for me , and have noticed them as they work for other people , and have learned why some boys fail at the very start and why others seem to climb right up after they step on the first round of the ladder of success . I had an experience of my own that taught me a lesson when I was a boy . I hired out to a grocer , as allround store boy . I was to get fifty cents a day at first , and more afterwards if I gave satisfaction . He set me first to doing several things I didnt like to do . He told me to carry down cellar a lot of heavy boxes packed with fruit . It was a heavy job , and I poked along pretty slowly . The next Job was to sort rotten oranges and lemons out from among the good ones down in a dark , musty cellar . I didnt like that , and dilly-dallied along , thinking he would be sorry be had put me at such disagreeable things and put me behi...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
Large Berkshires T Highwood Bear this in mind , in each of the past four months the Berkshire registration shows more sales of registered Berkshires from New York State herds than from the combined herds of any other state . This , notwithstanding the fact that New York has never been regarded as much of a swine breeding state . Also in each of the last three volumes of the American Berkshire Record , we have registered and transferred more Berkshires sold by us than other breeder , or firm of breeders , in the United States . Most of these went to old customers and this speaks for itself . Litters last year averaged eleven . Several litters so far this year of 12 , 13 , 14 and 15 . One of our Columbia gilts farrowed IS the other day at fourteen months of age . Her full sister the same day farrowed 11 . Herd boars sired by Berryton Duke , Jr ., Lord Premier , Masterpiece , Premier Longfellow and Star Masterpiece . H . C . &amp; H . B . Harpending HIGHWOOD -:- DUNDEE , N . Y ...
The Profitable Type . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
The Profitable Type . By W . B . Spicer , Bushnell , 111 . Yep , it is feeding time , and we will start with that Shattuck sow Number Seven . She had been fed and shown at the fall fairs the year of 1888 . She was being fed for market , and had all the soaked shelled corn she would eat . At noon on October 7 th , about 4 p . m „ the day she weighed 632 pounds , she was then put in a small open Shed and fed corn meal soaked in water from one feed to the next ; and was fed three times per day all she would eat , she had a feed of pumpkin two or three times that week . She was fed at noon on October 14 th , and about 4 p . m . that day was taken out of the shed and weighed 678 pounds , having gained 48 pounds in seven days . I was greatly surprised at this remarkable gain , for I had remarked during this time she would gain twenty pounds or more that week . The feed she ate was not weighed , but she had been fed from one barrel of meal . I weighed the barrel and what was In It , and th...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 September 1910
One Year s Advertising For $ 5 The cheapest and best advertising proposition that any young breeder , or old breeder either , can possibly hook up with us is , the Dependable Parties to Deal With columns of The Berkshire World . No matter where you live it has its pulling power . There are farmers and young breeders in your part of the state who would rather buy near home if they only knew how to locate you . Your name appears under two headings ; the line of business you are in and the state in which you live . The best breeders in the country are using it . Why don t you ? Send in your name , address , and business and try it for a year . Twelve insertions only cost you $ 5 . 00 and to get your name on this list at once we will send THE BERKSHIRE WORLD AND CORN BELT STOCKMAN to four of your friends for one year , besides renewing your subscription if you now take the paper , and sending you the valuable BERKSHIRE BREEDERS DIRECTORY , containing over 4 , 000 prominent breeders name...