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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
I Barker s Berkshires | ! 50-Good Fall Pigs-50 1 ! BOTH SEX f | For Sale at Very Reasonable Prices . | I SIRED BY | $ t My Prize Winning Herd Boars J j STAR VALUE 117336 A ^ 5-555 B 555-555-55 = 55-55555-5555555 T I Premier Chief 30 th 110754 j t Y f B 5-BB-5—5—5 = 5 = 555555-5555 S 55555 S 55-S 555555555— , f t 1 Youn g Premier Chief 69940 1 % ¦ 555 B 55-55555555 S 55555555-5 S 555555555555 HS 5 H 5 S 55555555555 S 5— y T . I $ Am also booking orders for Spring pigs . v V T t . ? | Write now and get something | | that is first class . &lt;[ S E . J . BARKER f | THORNTOWN :-: INDIANA f Y k GREGORY FARM PERCHERON HORSES BERKSHIRE SWINE SHORT HORN CATTLE JERSEY CATTLE SHROPSHIRE SHEEP W . S . CORSA White Hall . Greene Co ., Illinois . - ¦ ——^ — ^ - ^ — i ^ ^ — ^»
Hog Notes—By a Practical Hog Man . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
Hog Notes—By a Practical Hog Man . A . J . Lovejoy , Roscoe , 111 . Look carefully after the brood sows . They are your most important asset . Guard them carefuly . You cannot use the time to any better advantage . Over much of the country , there has been ah old fashioned winter which has tried the hearts of . many breeders in handling their herd of hogs . It has been one of those times that tries out a man , as well as tires him out , and proves what he is made of . You know the old saying— That it is easy enough to look pleasant and smile when things move along like a song , ; But the man worth while is the man that can smile When everything goes dead wrong . Wyman says some days it has been hard to smile when plowing out the driveway about the hog lots , and shoveling out the troughs when the snow was fully 18 to 24 inches deep on a level , to say nothing of drifts , then have the same thing to do the next day . It has been the first winter we ever had to abandon the pig lots , ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
SANITARY j I Hog Troughs j I Y We should be pleased to X X tell you all about our X I TROUGHS . They will | k save you money . Write X X us for description and X X prices . jt jt jt X 1 THE LEHR AGRL CO , I % DEPARTMENT B . | I I FREMONT :-: OHIO , f I Homeseekers , Reduced Fares The Popular means of reaching practically All Points in the Territory Embraced in the States oi Nevada Tennesse New Mexico Texas North Carolina Utah North Dakota Virginia Oklahoma Wisconsin South Carolina Wyoming South Dakota Alabama Arizona Arkansas Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Kansas Louisiana Mexico Michigan Mississippi Missouri Nebraska TICKETS SOLD BY Alton Railroad The Chicago &amp; The First and Third Tuesdays of Each Month Almost ISO Railroads with which the CHICAGO &amp; 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...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
Percherons on Pabst Stock Farm The mares have access to a shed which they make use of during extremely cold or wet weather . Horses are lovers of good pure air , and we have found that even in a severe dry snow storm they face the weather in preference to taking shelter in the shed . We have a long continuous manger running around the entire inside walls of these sheds and have hay racks over the mangers so that all the leaves which fall from the racks drop into the mangers and are not wasted .
The Future of the Pefcheron Horse Business [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
The Future of the Pefcheron Horse Business The future of the Percheron horse business is indeed an important sub ject worthy of study , especially true at the present time , which finds the industry in a state of evolution . The breeder is coming stronger into the field of competition with the importer , greatly to the benefit of the Percheron horse . The individual with enterprise enough to launch into the breeding of pure bred stock tends to elevate our standard or ideal of the horse . He is decidedly careful to post himself on the essential points of a good horse before investing his hard earned cash . Bearing in mind that like produces like , he is fastidious in selecting the right kind of mares and the proper stallions to breed them to . The best is none too good for him . The cheap horse that should never have left the other shore has no place in a community of intellectual breeders of pure bred stock . We are today raising Percheron horses , limited in number to be sure , bea...
SPRINGDALE FARM BERKSHIRES [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
SPRINGDALE FARM BERKSHIRES A fine lot of pies by Highland Premier 05080 the second prize boat at the Illinois State Fair , 1906 : and by Premier Springdale , the first prize Junior yearling at the American Royal and Congress shows in 1008 , and by Premier Duke 20 th by Lord Premier , and out oi sows by Lord Premier s Rival ; Premier Longfellow ; Lord Charmet 2 d , Lord Longfellow , Royal Majestic and Cock Robin . A few sows bred to the above named boars . Some fine gilts by Highland Premier , bred to a great son of Masterpiece 77000 . Address W . S . Henderson , Browning , 111 .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
GEORGIA BERKSHIRES I have a few choice up-to-date , well grown , fashionably bred Berkshires that I can spare and offer them at attractive prices . Address L 0 RIN 6 BROWN , SMYRNA , 6 A , FANCY PICS I am offering for sale some pigs by Macs Duke 113786 one of the herd that won silver trophy at Iowa State Fair 1908 . The pigs are out of fancy grnwthy sows . All stock raised on alfalfa range and nothing but top stuff offered . Prices right and satisfaction guaranteed . JESSE S . MOORE , Fairfield , Neb . Tin McCooi | nr Typewriter ^ Lv A Strictly first-class business typewriter for business use Will do ALL you could ask of any typewriter . Side by side you cannot tell the difference between a letter written on the McCooi and on a $ 100 machine . Will handle all correspondence required of any machine . Sold direct from factory to you . Every middle profit cut out . Saves 45 % in price . Only 319 PARTS against 2500 AND MORE in the high priced typewriters . This saves 30 % in price . We ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
W . F . MERRIMAN WILLIAMSVILLE , ILL LIVE STOCK Sales Made Everywhere Posted on PEDIGREE and SHOW RING Honors Terms Reasonable . Write for Dates . © m . CAREY M . JONES Live Stock and Real Estate AUCTIONEER 2856 WASHINGTON BLVD . Phone West 1228 CHICAGO , ILL . President JONES NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AUCTIONEERING Catalogue Free Term Opens Nov . 15 Lloyd L . Seely AUCTIONEER SALES MADE— -j H EVERYWHERE WRITE FOR DATES WHITE HALL :-: ILLINOIS COL . H . 0 . CORRELL LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER Write For Dates TAYLORVILLE , ILL . FredReppert Special Attention Given to Berkshire Sales . Have a wide acquaintance among the Breeders East and West . Speak English , German , Swiss and Low German .
• M ^ MK ^ V ^ 'M ^ VM ^ W ^ M ^ 'J ^ M ^ X ^ MKK ^ 'M ^ X ^ X ^ JK ^ 'W ^ MK ^ MK I PUBLISHER'S COLUMN ? 4 > [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
• M ^ MK ^ V ^ M ^ VM ^ W ^ M ^ J ^ M ^ X ^ MKK ^ M ^ X ^ X ^ JK ^ W ^ MK ^ MK I PUBLISHERS COLUMN ? 4 &gt; Farmers and Berkshires . The Saturday Evening Post in a recent edition says editorially : As the Postmaster-Generals predecessor has pointed out , there is no postal deficit once the Government s mail and franked matter is charged to the several departments and to the beneficiaries of the free service at its proper postal rates . This would be done in any private business . Furthermore , the alleged deficit on secondclass matter melts away like mist once the costs of the service and the apportionment of charges among the several classes of mail are analyzed . These figures are ready , and they will be duly presented to the public at the proper time . In the meanwhile , we wish to say something about a misapprehension which , we believe , a portion of the public shares with the Post-master-General . In his report the Postmaster-General says : It has been suggested also ...
Berkshire News [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
Berkshire News In a recent number of this paper , we mentioned that an editor friend of ours in Missouri stated that his paper is published for the people now on earth . That is what we are endeavoring to do with The Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman and wish to make the paper a live and newsy one . To do this , we should have Berkshire news from all parts of the country and urge our readers to send us in bright , crisp , newsy stuff , as often as possible . Tell all Berkshire breeders direct through this paper what you are endeavoring to do with Berkshires , where you have succeeded and where you have failed , discuss Berkshire matters freely and frankly in these columns and if you will help us in our campaign to put this paper in the hands of more farmers , we will soon convert all farmers to using Berkshires . Berkshire breeders have a great opportunity right here and we trust that all will avail themselves of this opportunity .
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
BERKSHIRES FORSALE Of perfect type and breeding sired by BARON PREMIER 24 th 92810 and out of as good sows as can be feund anywhere . We have a grand lot of young things to select from . Oar Barred Plym th Rocks are up to the best and we have a choice lot for the trade . Write your wants or better come and - ~ i : —r see us . , - - ¦ J . S . HENDERSONKENTONTENN ¦ , ,. SUTTON BERKSHIRES Champion ! at American Royal and International Shows were sired by Berryton Duke Jr . Special Offering of Berryton Duke Jr . Bred Gilts 10 Outstanding Show Gilts 175 to 350 lbs , 20 Fancy Gills . 175 to 300 lbs . 20 Real Good Gilts , 150 to 300 lbs , Bred to our International Champion STAR DUKE 4 th , LORD BARON 2 d , etc . All guaranteed strictly choice , with fancy headssize and quality . Also 3 Strictly Fancy Show Boars SUTTON FARMS , LAWRENCE , KAN . 500 Head In Herd . The Right Kind of Berkshires GEO . W . MILLER &amp; SONS breeders of Berkshire Hogs that Please HERD BOARS Artful Masterpi...
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
EDITORIAL Stability of Pork Prices . We do not expect any material recession from the present high level of prices for pork . Beef is notoriously scarce ; it will require several years for the country to catch up on beef . The industry has declined within the past decade , and present prices are sure to tighten the situation still further . All this helps the swine industry . As we have often written , pork is the mainstay of the nation . It is consumed in larger quantities than any other flesh food , and its consumption in the future , considering the steady increase in our industrial population , is certain to expand . We are short of hogs too , and it will take several years to catch up with the demands of the country . Not only will our home demand for pork take all we can produce at good profits for the next four or five years , and possibly longer , but it is altogether probable that our new trade relations with Germany , now undergoing revision at Washington ,, will throw ope...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
THE BERKSHIRE WORLD Published at Springfield , Illinois ON THE FIRST OF EACH MONTH Published by The Corn Belt Stockman Publishing Co . VOL . 2 . No . 3 SUBSCRIPTION RATES . To ill points in U . S ., per year in advance $ 1 . 00 To all foreign points , 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 .
% Some Different Styles of Hog Houses ' # [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
% Some Different Styles of Hog Houses # Mr . A . J . Lovejoy s Idea Answering your Inquirer of Nicholasville , Ky ., as to suitable single hog houses for brood sows and litters for keeping a herd of hogs separated in small numbers , will say—when the writer first commenced the breeding of hogs so many yean ago it was supposed that one of the essential things was to first build a hog house , large enough for the whole herd , but after a few years of a house costing nearly a thousand dollars , we had to abandon it and were about the first breeders to adopt a small individual house . We have for many years used a house designed by myself for a sow and litter , or for handling hogs In separate lots . These houses are 8 x 8 feet , square floor space built in shape—for a Northern climate they should be built doubleboarded on either side of a 2 x 4 frame , with heavy building paper between . This makes them quite warm in winter and cool in summer . These houses each should occupy about one...
About the Grand Champions . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 March 1910
About the Grand Champions . Bushnell , 111 . The Berkshire World , Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : —I am not so guilty as charged by you in the January issue of The Berkshire World . about the breeding of the Grand Champion carload of barrows at the late International . I did not breed their dams as stated ; they were bred by Reeve and Keown , got by a boar by Baron Duke 61 st and out of Romford 94 th which I bred . The barrows were sired by Romford Duke 48 th , a son of Baron Premier 20 th out of Romford 126 th so the barrows were of my line of breeding on both sides , although the dams were bred on Mr . Reeves farm , they did show the type , feeding and dressing qualities that I like . You will remember that Messrs . Reeve &amp; Keown showed a first prize carload in 1908 , they too were from same sire and dams and many men about the yards stated that they were about the primest load they had ever seen , and they were at least of the same breeding type and quality as the tw...