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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
GREGORY FARM ( WHITE HALL , ILLINOIS MID-WINTER BERKSHIRE BRED SOW SALE I mM mm I ¦ ^ H ^^^^^ IPP ^ H 7 * 5000 HI ^ B ^ H ^^ HPffi flS Hs ^^^^^^^^^^ K «^^ BH ^^^^^^ HiC ~ ** m &amp; m ^ fi W mM E ^ H ^^ HH ^ V ^*^^ . *\ H ¦^^^^^^^^^ H ^^^ H H ^^^ E odl 3 /; TH . * ¥ a \ Hi ^^^ ^^^ . JH ^^^^^^^^^^ W liBH ^ IHV &amp; KlwlHi ^^ BiL . ^ B ^ BHj ^^^ BBnpBWM | l |( iiiI imlB ^^^ B y , X »» K &lt; K KK KK ,, K , &lt; , *&gt;&lt; K &lt; INVINCIBLE MASTERPIECE 118000 ????^? frfr ^ HKKS »? K * , X «« S THE BOAR OF THE YEAR . WE HAVE NEVER MADE A BETTER OFFERING . Their breeding is suberb . Will be properly fitted and bred to our everywhere-known Herd Boars . A FEW CHOICE YOUNG BOARS Comfortable Sale Pavilion In Town . You Are Invited . W . S . CORSA M WHITE HALL , ILLINOIS . You will have ample time to reach White Hall from the American Berkshire Congress sale . | i Remember the Sale of George &amp; Stanton at Aurora , III ., Feb...
Annual Meeting of the Illinois State Swine Breeders' and Expert Judges' Association . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
Annual Meeting of the Illinois State Swine Breeders and Expert Judges Association . The annual meeting of the Illinois State Swine Breeders and Expert Judges Association opened under ideal conditions on Tuesday afternoon , Dec . 21 st at Charleston ., Illinois . Excellent provision had been made for a good crowd and it is regretabte that the attendance was not larger . An excellent program was provided and it does not reflect upon the Illinois Swine Breeders that so much good material should have been heard by so few . Especially were the Berkshire Breeders noticeable by their absence and it is remarkable that so little interest is manifested in such a meeting , where business of Importance , including the nomination of a judge for our next State Fair , is transacted . The meetings were opened with an address of welcome by Mayor Shumaker of Charleston and was followed with a response by President Seybold for the Swine Breeders , who briefly summarized the passing events of 1909 in t...
Sikeston Corn [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
Sikeston Corn This corn is a sample of what a man can do in the Slkeston District in southeast Missouri . This is a photo of early yellow dent corn grown on ground that made 27 bushels of wheat to the acre . It was planted between the 25 th of June and the 5 th of July , after the wheat had been threshed . The most remarkable thing about it Is , that the corn was raised on what is known as the ridge land , and not on the black land—which is the best land for corn—and is not considered as good land as some other in the district . This corn was raised by Mr . James Klien , one of our progressive and most reliable farmers ; the corn was not the only crop raised after wheat either . Mr . Klien sowed peas in the corn at the last cultivation and raised he says at a conservative estimate , 10 bushels of peas and 2 tons of pea hay to the acre . The wheat brought $ 1 . 15 per bushel ; the com made 45 bushels to the acre ; the peas 10 bushel and hay two tons . Let us see what this man made on...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
Notice . The New York State Jersey Cattle Club will hold its annual meeting at Utica , N . Y ., Jan . 11 th 1910 , at 3 : 30 p . m . This will be an important meeting . At it will occur the annual election of officers , and other important matters will be considered . Good speakers will be in attendance , and it is desired that every breeder and prospective breeder of Jersey cattle in the Empire State will attend . The annual meeting of the New York State Breeders Association is called to meet at the same place , Jan . 11 th to 13 th , so that members desiring can also attend their sessions . Harry S . Gail , Secretary-Treasurer .
It Has Helped Him . Harvel , 111 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
It Has Helped Him . Harvel , 111 The Berkshire World . Springfield , 111 . Gentlemen : At the close of the year of 1909 , we want to thank and congratulate you for the help you have been to us through the past year in bringing us in contact with your patrons , who in turn have bought the seed corn and Berkshire hogs we have advertised in your columns . Assuring you that you may count on us for 1910 , we remain , Very truly yours , A . T . Doerr &amp; Sons .
Fairview Berkshires . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
Fairview Berkshires . Grand Champion Boar at International Live Stock Show , Chicago , 1909 Owned by Penshurst Farm , Narbeth , Pa . Never before have I raised a more uniform and typey lot of pigs . These pigs were sired by Longfellow Artful Premier 110269 , a blue ribbon and sweepstake winner at our County Fair 1908 . He was sired by Premier Longfellow 68600 , out of Premier Belle 51 st . She selling for $ 200 . 00 . His grand dam being Artful Belle 30 th 64947 , also a litter mate to the great $ 2000 . 00 Ogle boar , of Ames . Iowa . He is of the Premier Longfellow type and is certainly making f . ood as a sire . I am using him on daughters and granddaughters of Lord Premier 50001 , granddaughters of Premier Longfellow , daughters of Premier Pi : Ice 20 th 9 i 7 S 4 , Baron Highclere and others . I am pricing some of these pigs and a few yearling sows to move them . This is high class stuff and would be proud to send them out anywhere . I have been breeding Berkshires about nine y...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
I Pabst Stock Farm i W BREEDERS AND IMPORTERS Jf H OF — n | j Percheron and Hackney Horses jj K - ft I BREEDERS „ jj HOLSTEIN CATTLEAND BERKSHIRE SWINE | Jj STOCK IN THE BEST OF BREEDING CONDITION $ | j PRICES CONSISTENT WITH QUALITY J | U Pabst Stock Farm , Oconomowoc » Wis - S Tj On C . M . St . P . R . R ., 29 Miles From Milwaukee IA / &gt; DO YOU WANT A Clydesdale Stallion 9 AT A BARGAIN ¦ flji I Have Two Fashionably Bred ^|| Clydesdale Stallions that will be two years old in May and to make room for other colts , will sell them at a price that will interest any man who can use a Draft Stallion . They have size and quality to spare and are the best colts I have ever produced ADDRESS W . F . McCOY , PLEASANT PLAINS ::: ILLINOIS | V / WALNUT BERKSHIRE HERD IS HEADED BY DUKES COMBINATION and MASTER MARK Two Sons of the Two Noted Sires BARON DUKE 50 th 75000 and MASTERPIECE 77000 The matrons are from 19 of the best herds in America and England . Have 50 Choice Gilts of this ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
BREEDING AND QUALITY Some good young sows sired by KINLOCH RIVAL , out of dams by Baron Duke 50 th and Masterpiece Climax , bred to Dukes Masterpiece Maximus 121000 . Prices attractive for such breeding and individual excellence . The LiDDlncotl Pure Bred Slock Forms UMA , OHIO The Right Kind of Berkshires GEO , W , MILLER &amp; SONS breeders of Berkshire Hogs that Please HERD BOARS Artful Masterpiece 110970 litter mate of Invincible Masterpiece and King 6 th 94109 This herd contains the best blood lines known to Berkshires KILDARE , OKLAHOMA Write at once for prices BRED SOWS ALL SOLD The demand has been so great lately that we have nothing for sale at present but fall gilts and boars of the highest quality by THE WORLDS FAIR WINNING BOAR PREMIER FRANCIS BARON DUKE 144 th or HOPEFUL LEE . The pigs we are offering are as good as can be found anywhere and bur prices are right . Absolute satisfaction guaranteed and nothing but strictly high-class animals sold . MacDONALD BROS ...
A PORTABLE PANEL FENCE [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
A PORTABLE PANEL FENCE From a University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin The portable fence herein described and illustrated was planned primarly for swine , but may also be used for sheep and calves . The convenience of having a considerable quantity of portable fence on the farm is generally recognized . This circular has been prepared with the thought that it will simplify the construction of such a fence . Absence of a definite and practical plan often prevents its more general use . Construct a table four feet wide and seventeen feet long . ( With a little more care and inconvenience a barn floor may be substituted for the table . ) At one end of the table and at right angles with the same , nail a piece of straight board , C , Fig . A in the above cut . At the front side of the table , or the side of the workman , nail two blocks d , made of two-inch lumber so that they are at right angles with . C , to form supports for the lower board of the panel and th...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
January 26 , 1910 40—BERKSHIRE SOWS—40 CONSISTING OF 25 FALL YEARLINGS 15 MATURED SOWS and SPRING GILTS SIRED BY SUCH BOARS AS FORESTER 76694 by Black Robin Hood 66086 . MODEL DUKE 2 d 92695 by Baron Duke 50 th 75000 AUGUSTUS 64964 by Biltmore Augustus 2 d 57161 RIVALRY 3 d 105424 by Lord Premier s Rival 92805 . NEBRASKA KING by Premier s Longfellow 100000 . DUKE OF CEDAR HEIGHTS 84689 , Grand Champion Boar at the Iowa State Fair two years in succession and also Champion of the Dakota and Minnesota . BERRYTON DUKE 27 th 115604 by Berryton Duke 72946 , dam Silver Tips 67 th 77978 . Berryton Duke 27 th is one of the biggest and heaviest boned Berkshires in Nebraska , weighing 705 lbs . at less than 17 months old . He was second prize boar at the 1909 Nebraska State Fair . These sows will all be safe in pig to such boars as Baron Bachelor 5 th 124503 , Baron Bachelor 5 th being First prize boar in class and Junior Champion boar at the Ohio State-Fair in 1909 . Also was first in class a...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
115 THE BERKSHIRE WORLD AND CORN BELT STOCKMAN . January , 1910 . January , 1910 . THE BERKSHIRE WORLD AND CORN BELT STOCKMAN . 19 y ~ ¦ - . . , ( **•&gt; , * * * m ? t *&gt; */***?&amp;* • • u f ^ &gt; . *? y ?^«^ j ^ ji «* v * - *™^ i 7 »|^^ f ^ J - J 1 r * s ? n t 1 ^ V * . j ^ F * ll ^^ iH \ 3 ^^^^^^^ ¦¦ A M | l | l 4 Kirksville , Mo ., Jan . 1 , 1910 . ¦ . - , _ : H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ H ^ HV HV IWIJ H I lUI II 0 n numerous ^^ Bftk ^ Vlli ^^ HIH ^ H ^^^^^^^^ p ^ lll 9 ^^ :, ~^ ^ HIHI H \ Hljft I I 4 Besides these noted boars we have many sows of ^ ^ /^ ^ J ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Hra ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ HKj ^ ^/ 4 ^ K | ^ f ; llll fl Pel U I equal merit and a large number of them would have been is T ^*^^^^^^^ H @ HliB H ^^^^^^ Ki ^^^ r - Ifw * ^• ii ^ : ill M ^| Ill ill I H - ^^^^^^ H ^^^^ S ^ K mmu ^^^^ * ? HBMI ^ ^ IWIfflllUII I priceless under other circumstances . ¦ Us MmmmmmBw &amp; Sfcjfaj ( 8 iyi &lt;&...
Champion Car Load of Barrows—Berkshires [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
Champion Car Load of Barrows—Berkshires The Fitting of the Champion Carload of Barrows at the Late International . Owned by Reeve &amp; Keown of Rushville , 111 . These hogs were the W . E . Spicei strain of hogs of Bushnell , 111 ., and were bred , raised and finished by J . W . Keown , of Frederick , 111 . These hogs were September 1908 pigs , one hundred forty-three ( 143 ) in number . They ran with the cattle all winter and in the spring they were turned in a clover and timothy field , where there was plenty of running water and shade . They were fed dry feed all summer and September 1909 , they were driven to the barn and sorted out fifty-five ( 55 ) head and were weighed . The average weight was two hundred forty-four ( 244 ) pounds . I put them in a small pasture near the scales , where they were watched closely and fed regularly three times a day . They were fed nothing but ear corn and some other kind of dry feed . They were weighed frequently and the largest gain w...
The Sale of Oklahoma School Lands . [Newspaper Article] — Berkshire World and Cornbelt Stockman — 1 January 1910
The Sale of Oklahoma School Lands . Another Interesting Letter by a Well Known Business Man . To all those who have been interested in my several letters about Eastern Oklahoma published in The Berkshire World , as well as to any new readers , I will say that a great opportunity is just now being offered to purchase good Oklahoma lands without much immediate outlay of money . The State of Oklahoma is about to sell two million acres of school land , sales commencing the 15 th of December and ending January 7 th in Lincoln County , the first County taken up . A large body of this land lies in the Eastern half of the State where the best agricultural lands are situated , while a still larger portion is located in the grazing district in the Western part . The provisions of the law under which the sales are held , are briefly stated , as follows : Lands are to be appraised by the State and must bring not less than appraisal which range from $ 3 . 00 to $ 15 . 00 per acre . Sales are to ...