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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

The Best Offering Ever Made in Ohio I < -= > WILL BE AT ( -= ) g | MILLERSBURG , OHIO I I Thursday , February 17 , 19101 HJj ( THE DAY FOLLOWING THE OHIO BERKSHIRE ASSOCIATION SALE AT COLUMBUS ) L qjj I 50 = SPLENDID SOWS = 50 I j | BY SUCH WIDELY KNOWN BOARS AS § I Rival s Champion , Masterpiece , Star Masterpiece , Rival s Lord Premier , Lord Premier s Rival , Etc . | H ( MZZZZiS ) ANDBREDTOfMZZZZi ™) j | I The $ 2700 , 00 Longfellow Premier G „ Baron Duke 50 th , Jr , ( best son of Baron Duke 50 th ) | I and Premier Longfellow , Jr , ( the best son of Longfellow Premier C ) 1 I JSIi . Tm . mSiS I WILL ALSO SELL 10 OPEN 6 ILTS AND Y 0 UN 6 BOARS OF EXTREME QUALITY 1 I G . B . HELMUTH , mmms MILLERSBURG , O . I IfjSSSIfMiSSISSSSiSSSSSSaiSS ^ A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY BERKSHIRES AT YOUR OWN PRICE 40- H E A D- —40 ^ = INCLUDING === 6 —Tried Brood Sows by IDEAL MASTERPIECE 6 1 Tried Brood Sow by LORD PREMIERS RIVAL- 1 2 -Gilts by TRUEWORTH- 2 2 Daughters of LORD...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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The Draft Horse . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

The Draft Horse . To The Berkshire World : —Yours of the 7 th received , asking me to give you some of my experiences in breeding and raising draft horses . I commenced breeding draft horses some twenty-five years ago . My foundations were one pure bred and one grade Clydesdale mares . I first bred both to the best Clydesdale stallion that was in my reach , regardless of cost of service fee , and I have kept on breeding with one object in view : that is , to try to breed the best Clydesdale horses that have ever been produced . I am still , perhaps , a long way from the top , but I have had some success at least . From the old grade mare I have produced four colts good enough to win money at the 1906 International Stock Show at Chicago . ( See Breeders Gazette , Dec . 12 th , 1906 ) . My idea of a draft horse is that he should weigh not less than eighteen hundred pounds , and more is better . He should have good large feet with l arge , round hoof heads , hoofs tough and elastic . H...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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About the Eversons [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

About the Eversons One of the oldest Berkshire breeders in this country , and perhaps the oldest Berkshire breeder in Ohio , is I . Everson , Wellington , Ohio . Mr . Everson has been so long before the Berkshire public that he needs no further introduction . In his declining years he has turned the Berkshire herd over to his sons and the firm is now known as Everson Bros ., Wellington , Ohio . There are several boys in the family and all of them are interested in Berkshires . They live on the home place , a nice farm of sevral hundred acres , and are breeding some extra good hogs . At the head of the herd is Premier Masterpiece 3 rd 87943 , a son of Lord Lee and out of Handsome Duchess 3 rd , one of the great litter of pigs sired by Masterpiece and out of Duchess 4 th that is mentioned in this issue in the article on Masterpiece . Handsome Duchess 3 rd was one of the best sows of this litter and a litter mate of King Tom and Cock Robin . She was mated with Lord Lee while owned by T...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

I Pabst Stock Farm g fj BREEDERS AND IMPORTERS j $ & OF ft | j Percheron and Hackney Horses jj 8 BREEDERS % fj HOLSTEIN CATTLE AND BERKSHIRE SWINE jj | j STOCK IN THE BEST OF BREEDIN 6 CONDITION | J $ PRICES CONSISTENT WITH QUALITY j | fj Pabst Stock Farm , Qconomoyoc WJ « . j | f \ On C . M . St . P . R . R ., 29 Miles From Milwaukee >*

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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A Pair of Fine Ones [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

A Pair of Fine Ones we recently shipped a fine pair of bred sows to Mr . N . F . Handle at Mechanicsburg , Ohio . Both of these sows were sired by our Kinloch Rival 115048 , son of Lord Premier s Rival . One we bred to Duke s Masterpiece Maximus 121000 , our young herd-boar , one of the best sons of Masterpiece 77000 , out of a daughter of Baron Duke 50 th , and the other we bred to Premier Lees Competitor 116021 , a half-brother to the $ 1 , 500 Premiers Wonder . We predict Mr . Handle will be heard from , with some good stock , in another year . The sows were purchased on mail order , and Mr . Handle had never inspected our herd , relying wholly upon our representations . He writes as foll ows : Mr . Lippincott , Lima , Ohio . Dear Sir : —We received the gilts last Thursday noon . They were in gcod shape , and we were very much pleased with them . What seems so good to us , they are industrious and plucky , and in good shape every way . Every one that has seen them thinks they are...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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An Old Friend on a New Farm [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

An Old Friend on a New Farm Berkshire breeders will remember H . T . Morgan , formerly manager of Aldoro Farm , Rpsston , Pa ., and the wonderful 1 show record that he made for Aldoro Farm at the State Fairs in 1907 . Mr . Morgan is now manager at Sheffield Farm , Glendalo , Ohio . This farm is the property of W . Kesley Schoepf , the Cincinnati Traction Magnate , and will soon be one of the noted stock farms of the country . At the head of the Sheffield Farm herd of Berkshires is the State Fair winning son of Masterpiece , Longfellow Masterpiece , formerly known as Ravenwood Masterpiece . An extremely smooth boar and a good breeder . The sows in the herd are the very best that money could buy . Daughters of Masterpiece , Longfellow Premier C , Grand Master 3 rd , Masterpiece Climax and Majestic Baron . This is not a large herd , but for quality is unusual . We recently had the pleasure of inspecting the herd and found a litter by the Lovejoy boar , Majestic Baron , out of a daugh ;...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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THE HIGHWAYS OF PROG HESS [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

THE HIGHWAYS OF PROG HESS ( Continued from Page Four . ) we have a large surplus for export , the price will be determined by the figure at which this can be disposed of abroad—will be fixed in the markets of the world by the adjustment of the world s supply and demand . So prices in all the markets of this country in the past have varied with the cable quotations from Liverpool . But the moment our surplus disappears or becomes Inconsiderable , our own requirements will have more influence upon prices , which will be made more and more In our own markets . We can see the change toward this , just as we can see the decline of exports and the Increase in home consumption . How Can We Pay for Enough Wheat ? When the speculative element in recent wheat prices is allowed for , there remains a considerable margin of permanent advance . The collapse of all artificial support leaves this unchanged . The same economic forces which have been at work for the last twenty-five years are still o...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

Homeseekers Reduced Fares The Popular means of reaching practically All Points in the Territory Embraced in the States of Alabama Kansas Nevada Tennesse Arizona Louisiana New Mexico Texas Arkansas Mexico North Carolina Utah Colorado Michigan North Dakota Virginia Florida Mississippi Oklahoma Wisconsin Georgia Missouri South Carolina . Wyoming Idaho Nebraska South Dakota TICKETS SOLD BY The Chicago & Alton Railroad The First and Third Tuesdays of Each Month Almost 150 Railroads with which the CHICAGO & ALTON connects have joined with us on this proposition to give the land-seeker , the visitor , etc ., these genuine transportation bargains . CALL UPON OR WRITE TO FRED WELDER , D . P . A . or ERIC A . WEIBERG , P . & T . A . SPRINGFIELD , ILLINOIS for details of fares , conditions and complete particulars . CORNWHEATCATTLEHOGSCLOVER ALFALFA , COWPEAS are the favored crops in the Sikeston District in Missouri . We raise from two to four crops each se...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

SPECIAL BARGAIN I am offering as a special bargain a quarter section of land in Pemiscot County , Mo . It is located two and one-half miles from Pascola , a flourishing little town at the junction of the Frisco and the St . Louis & Gulf R . R . CONDITION OF THE LAND It is all cut over land but there is considerable good timber that will pay well if cut and delivered at Pascola , where there is located the largest stave bolt factory in the south . There is a ready market for all the stave bolt lumber that can be found , TWO TRACTS This quarter section is divided into two pieces of eighty acres each by a drainage ditch which has been in operation for eight years . THE NORTH EIGHTY The north eighty is deadened and has five buildings that are now occupied by men who work at the saw mill only a few rods away . In addition there is one good store building that can be used to advantage as it will make a good dwelling or outbuilding . THE SOIL The soil is the rich , sandy loam c...

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Southeast Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

Southeast Missouri 160 ACRES A REAL BARGAIN Corn , Cotton $ Alfalfa Land CUT-OVER TIMBER LAND PREPARED FOR FIRST PLANTING . SOUTH-EAST MISSOURI CORN HELD .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

A New Year s Resolution . S . E . HENBY . ( Continued from January Issue . ) The next day with many other new students John was enrolled as a college student in the preparatory department . It would take him five years and a half to complete the course before him . He was then in his eighteenth year and the road seemed a long one before him . At first the regular college men paid but little attention to him . This was not surprising . He was a green mountain boy who as yet had not come to himself . The college world is one in which a man must win his place by actual work and worth . One day when the boys of his own class were guying him good naturedly one of them happened to turn back the lapel of his vest and laid bare a large V shaped badge cut of red flannel and securely fastened to the vest . Immediately they demanded to know the meaing of the badge . One said , 0 that is the heart of a mountain maiden which he had stolen before he came to college . At this sally all laughed . A...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

Brookhaven Farm Of Course We Hav « Premier Longfellow blood , Baron Lee 8 th blood , Lord Premier s Rival blood , Baron Duke 50 th blood , Royal Majestic blood , Golden King blood , Rival s Lord Premier hlood , Silver Tips 62 nd blood , Duchess 279 th blood , And other kindi of Blue Blood , butbetterstill we have Some Hog a * Well as Pedigree If you want the best BERKSHIRES write J . W . RUSSWURM , Nashville , Tenn .

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

Kinloch Farm Dispersal Sale 1 H j ^ BERKSHIRES ^ | Lord Premiers Rival WM Premier Longfellow JJ Wf Rival s Champion SBHI ¥ The Conqueror . Etc . ^ B g & MARCH 1 st TUESDAY \ MARCH 1 st \ A Wm Bred to Our Herd Boars Which Will Also Be Snlrl : ^ j te TRUEWORTH H RIVALS CHAMPION ¦ J J J RIVALS FAIRFIELD || l WSJ ^ M This is a positive closing out sale with no reserves whatever and is made simply because we are unable to properly look ^ h j ^ jl ^^ m 3 iWvm after our Berkshires and cany on our rapidly increasing professional business . iBPw ^ fcfc ^^^ H |^^ The sale will begin promptly at 10 : 00 A . M . and we extend a very cordial invitation to Berkshire Breeders and farm- JKK ^ ST ^^^^ ers to come the day before the sale and inspect the herd . I ^~ ^ Stt r For catalogs and special information address L . E . Frost , Sale Manager , Springfield , 111 . ^ KINLOCH FARM .: KIRKSVILLE , MO ,

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THE HIGHWAYS OF PROGRESS . ( Continued from Page Thirty . ) [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

THE HIGHWAYS OF PROGRESS . ( Continued from Page Thirty . ) wholly due to the opening , of new western lands , without which both acreage and production would have declined heavily . The wheat acreage of three rich , representative agricultural states in the older section of the country compares as follows : Decreased Wheat Acreage in Older States . Acres in 1882 . A . in 1907 . New York 772 , 400 416 , 1 , 00 Ohio 2 , 876 , 000 1 , 882 , 000 Michigan 1 , 985 , 000 878 , 000 On the other hand there were enormous additions of new and fertile land in the West and Southwest . The following table of wheat acreage in more recently occupied territory shows how we have been able to add 130 , 000 , 000 bushels to our product , while old lands were being withdrawn from wheat growing and the yield per acre of the best lands was falling : Increased Wheat Acreage in Newer States . States . Acres in 1882 . A . in 1907 . Minnesota 2 , 547 , 000 5 , 200 , 000 North and South Dakota 720 , 000 8 , 4...

Publication Title: Berkshire World And Cornbelt Stockman
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Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 February 1910

11 ¦¦ V U | # UI M « A I % F ^ H % n \ ^ kw m s 4 % MID-WINTER A FEW CHOICE YOUNC BOARS W . S . Corsa , * White Hall , III White Hall is 67 Miles North of St . Louis on the Chicago & Alton Railway ; Also the Chicago , Burlington & Quincy Railroad . GREGORY FARM Thursday , FEBRUARY 24 th ^ H ^ InJHBS ^^^^^ B ^^^ M ^^^^^^^^ VrtSHHKlr * * • ^ >^^^^^^^^ J £ * ^ ^ ff ^^ vt * IHBSI ^ SSwIll ^^ B KB ^ r 8 ^ ^^ MPmP ^^ , y , 4 fc ^^ IP ! J ^^ HBL HlrilHfl ^ Wrtiliail ^^^ BBJ ^^^ BIKBl ^ BB ^ ¦ ¦ ¦ M ^ JH ^ u ^^ iU ^^^^ IJIJHIBIIiJJJi ^^ HiJS ^ IJJPI ^ SJKl ^ JJr ^^ ^ y BERKSHIRE BRED SOW SALE .

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