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Mooney Offers a Great Boar [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
Mooney Offers a Great Boar Mr . W . D . Mooney , Harriman , Tenn ., is offering a prospect for show and breeding boar , sired by Lee s Artful Premier 12 th , Grand Champion Berkshire boar at the 1909 Berkshire Congress Show , and out of Longfellows Duchess 10 th , a ? 900 . 00 daughter of Premier Longfellow and Duchess 279 th . This is certainly some breeding , and when you get some breeding with some hog you are getting about right . Prof . Mooney is a very dependable Berkshire breeder , and although we have not had the pleasure of seeing this great young boar , we have no doubt but that he is just what Prof . Mooney says he is , an outstanding son of a great sire and dam . 1 He also offers for sale or will exchange for a high class boar , a great brood sow , sired by Premier Longfellow , out of Duchess 279 th . Where can you beat this ?
The American Berkshire Congress [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
The American Berkshire Congress COLUMBUS , OHIO Meeting February 7 th To Berkshire Breeders : There will be some very Important matters brought before tue CoAgress meeting at Columbus . Is it not possible to make this one of , rather the , largest gatherings of the kind yet held ? in all , in any developing business there are two extremes to guard against , the radical and the ultra-conservative . Between these two extremes the Berkhire business of 1911 and the succeeding years must be guided safely , surely without lessened headway . I say a developing business advisedly , for the proof lies in the report of Secretary Springer , of the business of the Association for the past year . Let this year s Congress meeting be the open court where all the breeders may bring their views . It is most encouraging that these views will be conflicting . We dont believe much in peace or harmony , If it be the peace and harmony that universally , unless you believe in ghosts , prevails in the vill...
Sale of Draft Horses [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
Sale of Draft Horses By Breeders Sale Co ., at Bloomington , III ., Jan . 10-13 . The offering of over 400 head of Percheron , Belgian , Shire and Clydesdale stallions and mares was the magnet that drew to Bloomington buyers from many states . Too many old , young and inferior specimens tended to reduce prices materially , although it was evident that those present were willing to pay good prices for meritorious stock as was evidenced in the sale of a team of Percheron mares to R . K . Mowell , Trivoll , 111 ., at $ 2 , 000 and a Percheron stallion consigned by John Weaver to John Barrett , Elmwood , 111 ., at $ 1 , 285 . Good typical specimens of any breed , showing merit brought out bids of reasonable value but the other sorts were a drug on the market . It is very evident if these sales are to be continued at Bloomington that better facilities for housing the entries and ring for selling must be provided . The coliseum in which sales are held now is entirely inadequate to conveni...
More Good Ones in Ohio [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
More Good Ones in Ohio Mr . G . W . Clem , an enterprising Berkshire breeder at Republic , Ohio , is offering a large handsome sow farrowed June 5 th , 1909 , and due to farrow March 20 th , 1911 . Also two fine July 5 th , 1910 gilts . These are now ready for immediate shipment , and you can save money by writing him at once . Address G . W . Clem , Republic , O ., and mention The Berkshire World .
Who ' s Who in Berkshires [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
Who s Who in Berkshires Poeta Nasciter , said the old Latins , which , being literally translated , means A poet is born . The idea they intended to convey was , that to be a poet of ability , one must be born with a talent in that line . They used the same expression , when speaking of any business , in which a natural talent was needed to insure the highest degree of success . With this explanation , the above quotation is particularly applicable td the subject of this article , Mr . N . H . Gentry , of Sedalia , Missouri . The writer once asked him how he came to breed Berkshires . His reply was : I was born into it and Berkshires were bred on the farm long before 1 was born . My grandfather , on my mother s side , emigrated to Missouri from Kentucy in 1809 , living in a fort on the Missouri river during the war of 1812 , and settled where I now live , in 1819 . The farm was taken up by direct entry from the United States Government , and no part of it has ever gone out of the fa...
"The Blood That Tells " [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
The Blood That Tells Gregory Farm Blood AT THE 1910 International The blood of Baron Duke 50 th and Masterpiece produced the Grand Champion Berkshire boar , and the Grand Champion Barrow in competition with all breeds , at the . late International Live Stock Show . Keystone Baron Duke 123024 , a son of Baron Duke 50 th , and his dam , a daughter of Masterpiece , owned and exhibited by Gregory Farm , was awarded Grand Championship honors at the late International . Matchless Baron 8 th , owned and exhibited by Sheffield Farm , Glendale , Ohio , was awarded Grand Championship prize in the Barrow classes , in competition with the Grand Champion Barrows of all breeds and grades . Matchless Baron 8 th , is by a son of Baron Duke 50 th and his dam a daughter of Masterpiece . The get of Premier Masterpiece 3 d and his son King Edward 3 d exhibited by Everson Bros ., Wellington , Ohio , won first prize in the Barrow classes in which they were exhibited . They also won every first prize exce...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
THE BLOOD THAT TELLS Vm ^ mmmmmWm ^ mm w k ^ s ^ KH ^ HBUd ^^^^¦ BHHLti J * ^ UB ^^^^¦ IH Gregory Farm Winnings AT THE 1910 International Senior Yearling Boar . 1 st on Keystone Baron Duke 123024 , a son of Baron Duke 50 th . Aged Sow . 1 st on Mistresspiece 119633 , ? litter mate of Invincible Mastep piece . Senior Yearling Sow . 1 st on Masterpiece s Handsome Lady 123357 , a daughter of Masterpiece . Junior Yearling Sow . 2 d on Mistresspiece 3 d 134526 , a full sister of Mistresspiece . Boar and Three Sows Over One Year . 1 st on Keystone Baron Duke 123024 , Mistresspiece 119633 , Masterpiece s Handsome Lady 123357 and Duke s Princess 7 th ¦ 117163 . Boar and Three Sows Over One Year Bred by Exhibitor . 1 st on above herd . Four Swine Get of Sire , Bred by Exhibitor . 1 st on get of Masterpiece . Senior Champion Boar . Keystone Baron Duke 123024 , a son of Baron Duke 50 th . Grand Champion Boar . Keystone Baron Duke 123024 . Senior Champion Sow . Mistresspiece 119633 , litter mat...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
THE BERKSHIRE WORLD Published it Springfield , Illlnoit ON THE FIRST OF EACH MONTH Published by The Corn Belt Stockman Publishing Co , VOL . 3 . No . 2 SUBSCRIPTION RATES . To all poind in U S ., per year in advance $ 1 . 00 To all foreign poinU . per year in advance $ 1 . 50 Sample Copies Mailed Free . Advertising Rates on Application . Entered as second class matter , January 7 , 1909 , at the Postoffice at Springfield , Illinois . under the act of March 3 , 1879 .
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
EDITORIAL A Chance for Boys . One of the vital steps in the rearing of a boy consists in trusting him . Another is to give him a chance to make money that shall be his own . Still another is to make him a comrade , taking him into confidences . Many a boy with the instincts of genuine manliness and worth is dwarfed and and stunted by a crabbed , close-fisted father who tells him nothing and pokes donts at him eternally . Our Boys Department has been inaugurated for the purpose of encouraging farm lads and of helping them to help themselves . We believe in boys . We have worked out a plan by which we hope to be of assistance to them . We believe it capable of developing those qualities which are the basis of character and power in men . Most farm boys take a keen interest in some particular line of farming or work . Many of them like live stocksome cattle , some horses , some sheep and some hogs . Many are interested in all kinds of pedigreed live stock . Almost every farm boy has a ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
Progress of the Hand Separator . Everybody will acknowledge that the hand separator is here to stay . The rapidity with which it has won a place in the dairy economy of every well equipped farm vouchsafes for it a long life ; in fact , the hand separator is sure to be secure in its position until someone comes forward with a new process of skimming that is as much of an innovation over the work of the separator as the separator was an improvement upon the shallow pan and cold water systems . An illustration of the popularity of the separator and of its well established position is brought to my mind by a letter that reached my desk a few days ago . A farmer who had been skimming his milk by the hand system decided to try the separator just to see how much he was actually losing by the old fashioned system . As an experiment he took some of the milk from which he had skimmed the cream and ran it through the machine . To his great surprise he found that even with a whole herd ot cattl...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
SOME OF THE REASONS WHY the United States Separator Is the BEST in the World . 15 K The United States Separator emffhrnffo ^ ploys a feeding device to deliver the / SjKjco whole milk beyond the cream zone —• M ^ pi | M [ preventing any remixing of cream and lf $£ 3 mr ^ skimmilk and any conflict of currents . g ^ JftSSK )! NO other device of any other Separator l | n 5 iHMHn will do this work so well , as the records jMf ^ SiBr j show . This device is patented and can 11 L ¦ ! J De usec * on no otner Separator . | SS ^ uliiSI ™ The United States uses non-aligned Kf jBBHIf channels for the currents of milk 5 ilL ^* through the separator bowl . This is covered by strong patents . No discs or other construction can equal its perfection in separation . It won the worlds record for skimming , in 50 consecutive runs continuing 30 • days , with the milk of ten different breeds of cows . 0138 of one per cent . 99 0 % oo qf the creameries use cream gathered from United States Separators—and ...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
I Do You Want I Jersey Cattle Catalogues ? I Many Berkshire breeders are buying Jersey cattle , and we have frequent requests for Jersey Cattle Catalogues . These catalogues are quite expensive , and are usually sent only on application . If you wish to be put on our mailing list for Jersey Cattle Catalogues , send us your name and address , and we will take pleasure in forwarding you catalogues of future Jersey cattle sales . Do it now . fl mmi BERKSHIRE WORLD I SPRINGFIELD , ILLINOIS I
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
BULL CALF $ 35 Maramech Springs Farm , Fox , III ,, has for sale 1 Holstein Bull Calf , dropped Jan . 3 rd , 1911 . About one-half white ; by Netherland Johana Mercedes 64110 , who is by Sir Johana Duke 13 th 45404 and out of Maggie Mercedes De Kol 79433 . This bull calf is out of Rigtze De Kol Pauline 62290 , Adv . Reg . 3199 , she being out of Mutual Friends 2 nd Paul 23557 and b y Rigtze 3 rd De Kol 52176 . First check for $ 35 gets him , F . O . B ., Fox , 111 . CHAS . A . STEWARD FOX , ILL . SOONER or LATER YOU WILL WANT A GOOD BERKSHIRE . Gilts four months old , well bred , shapey . The kind that will make you money . Write for prices . A . J . GOLDSMITH , SHILOH , OHIO
The Trials and Responsibilities of the Judge . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
The Trials and Responsibilities of the Judge . ( W . B . Spicer ) . N the first place , one should never attempt to discuss a subject without feeling a reasonable degree of assurance that he has acquired considerable amount of reliable information concerning it . I am also aware of the folly of rushing into print with an article which is not made sufficiently attractive and instructive enough to interest its readers . I have had considerable personal experience with the subjects on which I assume to teach or write for the enlightenment of the mind of the reader not fully informed regarding them . This subject is not only the first , but it Is also the mast important qualification of the breeder and improver of live stock . I care not what other qualifications and advantages a man may possess , if he is lacking in this one respect , he is a failure as a breeder so far as Improvement in his herd is concerned . Every ouier qualification is subordinate to this one faculty . If I were as...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
The Six FREE PIGS Offered Last Month were All Taken Within 7 Days After the January Offer Appeared . Better get one of these . FEW MORE FREE PIGS . The responses to our free pig offers have been so numerous and all parties are so well pleased with the pigs received that we are this month offering a few more high grade animals absolutely free . Read the offer carefully and then get busy . Get twenty farmers in your neighborhood to subscribe for The Berkshire World for one year at ? 1 each . Send us the $ 20 . 00 collected by you for the subscriptions , with a complete list of names and addresses , and the pig will be sent to you by express . Tabulated pedigree , registration papers and transfer papers will be furnished free with each pig . Read what others say about the free pigs they have gotten . • Dotham , Ala . Stanton , Ala . Mr . J . W . Russwurm , Mr . J . W . Russwurra , Nashville , Tenn . Nashville , Tenn . My Dear Sir : My Dear Sir : I . am today in receipt of the boar pig ...
Good Pennsylvania Herd [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1911
Good Pennsylvania Herd ; : Youngwood , Pa . The Berkshire World , Sprignfleld , 111 : Gentlemen : We note with pleasure the rapid advancement of the interest in BerKshires . We have at the head ot our herd a fine boar , Highwood Baron 3 d 138667 , a large growthy fellow with plenty of length and depth , above ah stands up well on his toes , a fine head , ears erect , broad between eyes , and sired by Lord Baron 2 d 88899 ; dam . Miss Duke 6 th 114988 . by Berryton Duke Jr ., and bred by the well known breeder , C . E . Sutton . Brood sows : Ridgeview Pearl 20 th 128881 , sire King Forest 89628 , dam Ridgeview Pearl llth 98929 , due to farrow in January to Rex Premier by Lord Premier . Premier Polly 14 th 138948 , sired by Premier Baron 3 d , dam Premier Polly 5 th , granddam Masterpiece Baroness . Highwood Columbia 22 d 137496 is a show sow from end to end , was photographed by Director of the Massachusetts Agricultural College . He said he considered her the most perfect type of a ...