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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
^ DElAVAll Ztm CREAM | j K SEPARATORS ! W ^ ^ First—Always Best—Cheapest , II For Thirty Years ¦ I The Worlds Standard I H As much better than other separators M I as other separators are better than I I gravity creamers . H PI SeDd for MUlogne of 1 B 10 Litest lmproTed NMhlics . Ml m THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO . I ^ H IM - BT muuf 41 I . tfiaiM * Iniit Mima ¦¦ lOMHima •&gt;• . ^ mm ^ M NEWVORK OHICAO O . IAN FRANC (• CO I ^ B Q MONTBV **! WINNlTn 11 ATTU f ¦_¦
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
^^^^ r The United States ^^ B ^ L ^ Ly Department of Agriculture ^ B ^ Pr SAYS THAT W K 2 , 761 , 000 HOGS M ik-x DIE EVERY YEAR fl H ^ From Preventable Diseases ^^ H mmm &amp; , --iiiim @ L Jmmtew :. , ? .. ^ . ..,. ^^^ iti ^\ 4 ; : . r . ^ K j / JH &amp; jmM ^—^ mwt ¦ ^¦¦ gjifaWi ^ w ^^ s- ^ s ^ k ^^ Mj ^ jiMj ^^ ¦ p ^ p ^ pj p ^ pVp ^ p ^ H ^ pV ^^ pBp ^ p ^ p ^ Bp ^ Hp ^ plp ^ pMp- ^ p ^ p ^ pV BBBBBBBBB ^ flBBv ^ flflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMWr . flBBBBBBBI ^—W MWMUWf A aVflVflSBVAVflVfl ^ PAVflVflVaVflVflVflVflVflVflr «! ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ Breeders Lose Millions of Dollars through the loss of hogs caused mainly by worms and indigestion . Many cases of supposed hog cholera are cases of indigestion , easily cured . Ninety percent of all hog losses can be traced to intestinal and stomach worms that impair digestion—prevent growth—weaken the entire system—and often cause death . ^^^ Vlt . Bt MAM , CAT / $ S § ftIfpJT destroys Worms—jMW \ t §/ ¦ £ I Perfects Digestion KQ . u . a...
GRAND CHAMPION PERCHERON STALLION OF AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
GRAND CHAMPION PERCHERON STALLION OF AMERICA Carnot ( 66666 ) 61985—1 st Prize Winner Pans 1909 Owned at Gregory Farm , W . S . Corsa , Prop ., White Hall , Illinois . CARNOT is the most sensational Percheron imported into America for many years ; was Grand Champion wherever exhibited at the State Fairs in 1909 , at Madison Square Garden , New York , and at the recent International Live Stock Show at Chicago . He was purchased at the International from his Importers , J . Crouch &amp; Son , Lafayette , Ind ., by W . S . Corsa , Gregory Farm , White Hall , III ., for $ 10 , 000 , the highest price ever paid for a Percheron Stallion , and the highest price paid in America for a draft Stallion of any breed , but competent judges declare that the horse was worth the price , as Percheron breeders and importers unite in stating that Carnot is the horse of the year . CARNOT will be mated with daughters of Radziwill and these two great Stallions together with those noted Berkshire B...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
The above cut is from a photograph made at Kimballville Farm , Atlanta , Ga . This farm is the home of one of the best herds of Jersey Cattle in the south and one of the good Berkshire herds of the Country . The products from the farm ate mostly consumed at the New Kimball House owned and managed by the proprietor of Kimballville Farm , Mr . Will Zimmer of Atlanta , Ga . That the South is fast forging to the front in the breeding of high class dairy cattle and Berkshire swine is amply proved by the results attained at Kimballville Farm . It is to be hoped that Georgia will soon be able to point with pride to many more such up-to-date breeding establishments .
The Sale Ring Opportunity [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
The Sale Ring Opportunity A collection of animals offered at public sale necessarily contains a variation of character , quality and breeding . Naturally there are sales and sales , and some of these contain many fine individuals , while others have altogether too many poor animals . As a rule men who are noted breeders , and who have had experience with a breed , contribute a superior lot of stock to a sale . They would soon ruin their business if they did not . Consequently the man who patronizes the sale of a prominent breeder , usually has a desirable selection to choose from . If the sale is by one practically unknown , a beginner in the business , the character of the stock is apt to be more doubtful . If one , however , follows the course of the shows and sales , as reported in the press , he should be able , with assistance of friends to get a fair line on the offerings . Combination sales often contain very attractive individuals , and offer a mild selection as to individua...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
¥ ________ 29 GILTS AND 23 YOUNG BOARS | A SALE BEGINS AT 10 : 00 A . M . AT STOP 77 , ELECTRIC ROAD NEAR Everya ^ ai in ^^^^ f I ¦ or outstanding merit . This herd was gotten together re- I W ¦&amp; ¦ IKI pAi fi I ¦ mm ^^ III AN gardless of cost , and represents the . best blood of the A ] L PAIN CO V I LLC .. VjHIvJ breed . We had planned to build up one of the best Berk- A J . mmmmmmummmmmmmtmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmm shire herds in America , and it is with sincere regrets that J A _ _ , • - &gt; » l l we are forced to close out our Berkshires on account of A A For Catalogs , Etc . &gt; Address other interests , q Herd rich in the blood of A | Soutfafarm-WaiteHill , Willoughby , Ohb MASTERPIECE , LORD PREMIER 2 nd , LORD | A r , • ,.. . t ..-- , — -i PREMIERS RIVAL , BARON MASTERPIECE , A r % \ vMMj ^ Mur mUF mjpmr HH |^^^ HH H |^^^ g ^| MMmy ^ BH | ia | jjWUU |^| annMHMHBH r »™ THE BEST OFFERING EVER MADE IN OHIO ~~~ ___ - __! WILL BEAT _^^^ ~ » I ^ MILLERSBUR...
Page 35 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
SEND us YOUR LUMBER BILL FOR ESTIMATE IS I wE SA VE YOU 30 to 50 PER CENT I g ^ H -- CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO . v m MMmaer ADVERTISEMENT ! . I BWHDNEW . MMmaer Lumber WE WILL QUOTE FREIGHT PREPAID PRICES . OUR GUARANTEE PROTECTS YOU . Lumber Lumber * vou are about to build or have any immediate future inten- Our broad binding guarantee protects you in every way . You M _ UMtbt * t . . tions of doing so , tend us your complete lumber and bulfrfing ( fit for our dont fare to pay money In advance . You can see just what you buy . I ¦¦—¦ « weg * • ¦•¦*• J *&gt; AM 1 ° * eillmate . We promise you now that we will make you a « av- We make you the positive statement that If you get one stick of * M mmUlHH &amp; r ing anywhere from 30 to SO per tent , and we agree at the same time lumber or one dollars worth of merchandise contrary to our des- LUmttCr _ _ positively to furnish material equal in grade to that of any first criptions or your understanding that we will either t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910
jHBw ROYCROFT FARM IS MAKING A SPECIALTY OF BREEDING NORTHERN GROWN BERKSHIRES The high altitude , dry climate , pure spring water , rich quick-growing summer pastures all combine to create ideal conditions on Roycroft Farm for breeding hardy , vigorous , early maturing and prolific Berkshires . * H Our herd is deep in the blood lines of PREMIER LONGFELLOW , MASTERPIECE ; BARON DUKE 50 th , MASTERPIECE CLIMAX , BARON PREMIER , BURGOMASTER and PRINCE PREMIER 50 th-the strains that have won the big premiums , brought the greatest prices and led in the Berkshire World . — — ROYCROFT NORTHERN GROWN BERKSHIRES Will do the Farmers in the Corn Belt Much Good and We Respectfully Solicit Such Business ROYCROFT FARM :-: SIDNAW , MICHIGAN &lt; J B » f- fet ^^ Ks (¦ &lt; ¦ J j 4 ? J | KW ^ e ^^ fe 5 BB 8 m ,., 1 «\*^ L • ¦ ( &gt; u v &gt; , • . ( , ¦ &lt; 1 Jkl ^ kKc . t SNWHHJJBJ 1 j » i . 4 . . ^ HSs ^&amp;^ SssiwSwvSS ^^^ HHW , . M &amp...
HIGHWAYS OF PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910
HIGHWAYS OF PROGRESS What We Must Do to Be Fed-Rising Prices of Bread and a Food Shortage Already Begun in a Land of Plenty THE WAY TO FEED OUR COMING MILLLONS . By JAMES J . HILL Mr . Hill , Milder of the Northwest in particular and the foremost practical master of the large problems of our progress , will write in subsequent articles on The Development of the Northwest ; 011 Combinations : What They Have Done and Their Proper Supervision ; on The Asiatic Trade and how wc might have it , but have failed because of our unbusinesslike Government ; on Transportation ; and on other subjects of fundamental importance—a scries of articles that indicate the great highways of the progress of our country and the future of our people . THE EDITORS OF THE WORLD S WORK . Land without population is a wilderness , and population without land is a mob . The United States has many social , political and ecomomic questions , some old , some new , to settle in the near future but none so fundamental...