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Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1899
GEO . F . WESTON , REUBEN GENTRY Supt . Farms . Mg r Berkshire Dept BILTMORE FARMS Biltmore , N . C . The home of the Cream of the Elmwood Herd , reinforced by personally selected representatives of the leading English Families . ALL WINNERS OUT OP WINNERS AND DAMS OP WINNERS . SHOW PIGS under six months a specialty . Prices reasonable . Representation fully guaranteed . Also breeders of native and imported Jerseys and Standard Poultry . The American Heme of the Golden Lad Family . GBO . F . WBSTON , Supt . Buy Champion Prize Winners . The Great Champion Berkshire Sow of 1898 , NORM C LXVI , ^ 44 rl 3 . and other noter noted prize winners , were bred by the undersigned . The best lot of Spring Pigs we ever bred of the famous Nora family , are now offered for sale , and CHAMPION BOARS and CHAMPION SOWS can now be furnished our customers . Imported and home bred Berkshire Bigs , sired by the greatest boars bred ln England and the highest priced Boars bred ln America , viz : Imported C...
SHORT COURSE IN AGRICUL -TURE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1899
SHORT COURSE IN AGRICULTURE . This office is in receipt of a circular of information on the Short Course in Agriculture at the University of Wisconsin from which the following extracts are made : The Short Course in Agriculture is designed to meet the wants of young men who are ambitious to excel in their chosen vocation of farming , and . who feel the need of more and better preparation before taking up their life work . The time which such persons can devote to study is often limited , and , for this reason , in the selection of topics and the arrangement of the studies , laboratory work , etc ., everything has been planned to give the largest amount of information and assistance possible without undue crowding . The subjects presented for study are those about which every young farmer should have definite and clear knowledge . In their treatment the t &lt; pics are handled in such a way as to make the information helpful to the student in the highest possible degree . The...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 August 1899
a ^ A 0 af aea ^ 0 k s ] afee ) a eg m * 2 mm 0 aAmr * aa ^^ SSSS _ SS £ S _ 5 li _ 5 S 5 S 5 S 5 % 5 S 5 I PUBLIC AUCTION j | BERKSHIRES OF THE BEST BREEDING ! BERKSHIRES OF THE BEST QUALITY ! jj tjj W- _ . I _ . X- BH 3 SO-CiD ffl TUESDAY . © CT 0 BER 31 . 1899 , 1 I -A-t Boon-ville , : MIo . 1 By HABBIS &amp; McMAHAN , LaMINE , MO ., Proprietors of the I JSUNNY SIDE STOCK FHRM . I C « Fifty head of boara and sows will be sold at the time and place named above . I » ( ft Some grand individuals will be in the sale , sired by such popular boars as imported Simple Lad 34093 , Sunnyside Duke III m 32179 , Sunnyside Duke II . 45288 , Boyal King Lee II . 29183 and Baron Lee IV . 33446 . ffl ml The dams of the pigs offered for sale are by such superior and well known boars as King Lee 27500 , King Longfellow c K Jffi 36379 , Victor Duke 25715 , Royal Lee 26959 , Royal King Lee II . 29183 , Model Lee II . 36500 , Sunnyside Duke 32179 and )» Im imported Simple Lad 34092 . jjj an No...
MEADOW LAWN HERD [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
MEADOW LAWN HERD Hon . N . P . Clarke , St . Cloud , Minn ., the proprietor of the Meadow Lawn herd of short horn cattle , has made a recent ei , dition to his herd of a car load puK . jased from Mr . W . D . Flatt , near Hattvtton , Canada . The her \ of Mr . Flatt is one of the best in Caidida , and Mr . Clarke did not hesitate 1 * -o pay him long prices for the tops . The Meadow Lawn herd , of short horns is one of the best in the United States , both ai : i to quality and popular breeding , and this addition will give Mr . Clarke a-jCull . omplement of cattle of the rr / St desirable class . Mr . ClarVs recent trip abroad and s ^ -nsp / ytion of the leading herds f Great Britain , and the cattle on exbition at the leading English shows has greatly intf-Cased his estimation / f the short horn cattle at the Meadow // awn Farm .
A GREAT BERKSHIRE HERD . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
A GREAT BERKSHIRE HERD . ^ JnnwjlKK ^ y . i &amp; sxator users near citifis -get &amp; SO 0 M q $ a S % r aly O ^^^ j »» £ * ; , vned ~ by ¦ JiM m VyiSi --i &amp;&amp; i , » 8 c Son . * siioruton , Ind ? y . ie boars ia service at prx-sent are / . ired by Columbus 28701 , Gov . Mru nt 46647 , Silver Star 30485 , You , ^ Baron Victor 46822 , aud Imp . Highclere Batchelor . This is an exceptionally fine lot of boars , and their breeding is certainly of the best , as they are from the most noted prizewinning strains in America and England . Tbe sows in the herd of M .-s . rs . Barker are equally as well bred , having for their sires such boars as Columbus 2 S 701 , Baron Lee IV . 33446 , Royal Duke 31801 , Golden Star 45120 , Victor IV . 37289 . Imp . Headlight 34030 , Gladstone 26111 , Golden King 27829 . Longfellow Ohfef 39470 , King Columbus 42311 , King Pitt 32937 , and Wood Dale Star III . 44502 . Through their persisting and never tiring efforts Me...
THANKS HIS FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
THANKS HIS FRIENDS Mr . A . J . Lovejoy , Roscoe , III ., in a late letter writes : n e wish to thank our many friends aud patrons for their appreciation of the Berkshires that were sold at auction August 3 , and to say to them that we are ? receiving congratulations on all sides for the quality and size of the pigs we are sending out . One gentleman writes : I am so well pleased with the sow pig I bought of you that I want a pair more of them if you have them as good as she is . We wish to say we have 85 March and April pigs , that for quality and size cannot be duplicated . Parties can rely on getting something extra good and at reasonable prices . We are offering these pigs at the uniform price of $ 25 , ln lots or singly . Can furnish young herds not related . These pigs are as good individually and in breeding as those in our recent sale that brought twice the money . We quote this price to make room for fall pigs . These pigs are from mature sows , from two to six years of age...
JERSEYS AND TUBERCULOSIS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
JERSEYS AND TUBERCULOSIS Several inquiries have come to the Jersey Bulletin office recently as to the liability of the Jersey breed to tuberculosis . One or two of these inquiries Yu » ve heard it said thattbeJersey was o ^ 1 wore sub-tact to the •&amp; cS ! 5 lSIl ! t 2 iB ^»»^ tiiMMrrSP ^^ filler . Su &lt; gST !! fjSK &amp; t has been Pproven taleBr ^ . i &amp; ii &amp; n once by Investigations everywhere conducted * , but In - order to get a practical demonstration of the facts the . Tesey Bulletin has secured a record of the herds inspected in Marion county , Ind ., that supply the milk for this city , for tuberculosis . They contained Jerseys and Jersey grades . Holsteins and Holstein grades , Shorthorns , Ayrshires and grades of these and other breeds ; 2 , 280 cows were inspected . Of these i « 56 are , designated as Jerseys or Jersey grades ; 166 as Holsteins . and the balance either unnamed or called Shorthorns , Ayrshires and mixed (...
B 1 LTMOR 10 FARM BULLS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
B 1 LTMOR 10 FARM BULLS . Mr . Geo . T . Weston , superintendent Bill . more Farm . Biltmore , N . C , writes : In addition to extra choice bull calves of either Tormentor , St . Tambert or Lowndes breeding , now hnve coming on some Golden Lad bulls . These are sired by either Golden Blaze 49474 or by Golden Love .
THE TOP SOW [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
THE TOP SOW Mr . M . W . Chappell of Minden Neb ., purchased the highest-priced sow sold at the late sale of Mr . N . H . Gentry of Sedaiia , Mo . The sow Charmer LV . 51011 , was considered by many of the best judges present at the sale as the best sow offered , and there was active bidding until the price passed $ 200 . Mr . Gentry stated that the sow named above , was one of the best things In tlie sale . Charmer LV . 51011 , is nicely marked . She is large with neat cars , smooth body , with extra good back feet and legs . Mr . Chappell secured a prize in the sow Artful Belle XXIT . 50021 . She fs very neat in head and ears , with a very fine back , splendid hams , and as good feet as could be desired . SneU s Highclere XIV . 48950 , bought by Mr . Chappell is an exceptionally large tine sow that can but prove a prize .
Berkshires to be // GIBSON CITY SALE . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
Berkshires to be // GIBSON CITY SALE . The public sale of held at Gibson City , 111 ., Wednesday , November 1 , 1899 , will give breeders a jk / % . great opportunity to buy at their own % : y ^ fice pigs equal to the best in breed- • % » A *^ rV an ^ second to none in quality . ^ . * % mers will find in this sale just wfia , ^ ey want to cross on their grade sowsX . / give them the best feeding hog and the kind that always top the market . W . R . Harvey , of Sibley , will put in this sale pigs of breeding and quality that has made his herd famous . wherever the reputation of Golumbia ? s ^ Duke ; the gB ??? V &lt;; hamPion boar and fc »—isi V j ^ iuimimi ! * IMT 1 ^ f hla breed •¦^ I ^^^ HSreeder of firat ^ cTassfa-jIS ^ fiTTSS for more than a quarter of a century . He has always purchased the best boars and sows offered at public sales and has been improving his fine herd for many years . He will put in this sale pigs that for quality , style , finish and breeding will su...
WILLIAM NILES & CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
WILLIAM NILES &amp; CO . Attention is invited to the firm named above , which appears in the breeders directory for Jersey cattle and Berkshire swine . Mr . William Nlles has been a leading breeder and exporter of thoroughbred live stock since 1876 , and in 1891 the Williams Niles &amp; Co . was incor porated . William Niles is president and general manager , and N . S . Niles secretary . Jersey cattle of the following popular strains are bred by said company , viz ., Coomassie , Stoke Pogis , Marigold , St . Lambert , and Pedro . Family cows a specialty . -Considerable attention is given to the breeding of Berkshires of tbe up-to-date type . Office • and Home- Ranch , East Washington street and maple avenue .
THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR , 1899 [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR , 1899 The State Board of Agriculture announce / the date for holding the Greatest Fair on Earth to be the week commencing Monday , September 25 th , and closing Saturday September 30 th . The overwhelming success of the Fair of 1 S 9 S encourages the Board to renewed and still greater efforts to make the coming fair equal if not superior in point of interest , excellence of exhibit , and high class attractions . The public may rest assured that the best of everything under the sun can be found at this Fair , as neither pains nor expense will be spared in keeping up the high reputation already attained at this great exhibition of live stock , farm products , agricultural implements and machinery , as well as the common , graded , high and art schools of the state . The best is none too good for the patrons of the Illinois State Fair . The premium list is practically the same as last year , with the addition of a fat stock section to the cattle department , in...
CORN GROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
CORN GROWERS Indian corn culture , by O . S . Plumb , Director of the Indian Agricultural Experiment Station , a volume of 250 pages ( illustrated ) , the only work of its kind in existence . All about varieties , methods of cultivation , selection of seed , etc . Every corn grower should have this valuable book . Price , one dollar . The volume named above will be sent as a premium for each new subscriber for the Farm Home , on receipt of one dollar for said subscription . Send The Farm Home . Springfield , III ., one dollar and a copy &lt;&gt; f Indian Corn Culture will be sent you liy mail aud your subscription account for The Farm Home will be credited one year as stated above . The book named above and one annual subscription , both for one dollar .
t I GOOD TIMES . . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
t I GOOD TIMES . . Good collections are reported from all sections of the country . Wholesale merchants and jobbers say that collections are better at the present than they have been at any time iu recent years . To a large extent this is accounted for by the fact that farmers have been selling their remaining stocks of grain , thereby putting large amounts of money in circulation in the country . This has resulted in the prompt increase in trade . Indications point to an even better autumn trade than was experienced in the spring and early summer . All the manufacturers are busy , and in many instances the demand is greater than the capacity . GOOD SHOWING . The United States national debt amounted to $ 1 , 436 , 700 , 703 at the close of June . The total cash balance in the Treasury at the same time was . ? 281 , 2 S 0 , 000 . The national receipts for the year amounted to $ 514 , 116 , 911 , and the expenditures to $ 004 , 044 , 972 , the deficit being $ 88 , 875 , 989 . The incr...
ILLINOIS APPLES AT PARIS . [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
ILLINOIS APPLES AT PARIS . Hon . L . R . Bryant , Princeton , 111 ., the secretary of tbe Illinois Horticultural Society , writes of the importance of having the fruit of this state well represented at the Paris Exposition , as follows : The United States commission will make an exhibit of fruits , consisting mainly of apples , at the Paris Exposition in 1900 . The Exposition will open April 15 th and close November 5 th . and it is intended to have the fruit exhibit continuous from the opening to the close . The apples for this show must come largely from this season s crop , and in order to have them properly represent the fruit interests of this country , the specimens must ibe carefully selected ; -wrapped , paefced and plaeed in bition . The commission expects that fruit will be contributed for this purpose by individual growers , horticultural societies , and other organizations . Proper credit will bea , given the grower , the society , loc ^ lty and state , by entering the f...
SANGAMON COUNTY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
SANGAMON COUNTY SALE The annual Berkshire sale of Sangamon county breeders will be nekton the Illinois State Fair Grounds , Springfield , Illinois , Wednesday , Nov . 8 , 1 S !) 9 . The Berkshire breeders in this county have been much encouraged at the widespread popularity and the greatly increased demand for Berkshire swine in Central Illinois since the inauguration of public sales three years ago . The large number of new herds established in this section of the state as a result of the establishment of the system of holding public sales of Berkshires has caused much surprise and greatly extended the trade among farmers , who have always found the Berkshire boar the best for crossing on sows of other breeds to raise hogs for die market The contributors to the , Sangamon county breeders sale are too well knowu to the breeders of Berkshires of the entire country to neeu any introduction . . Mr . Fred H . Rankin , of Athens , will place iu this sale some of his fine Berkshires that ...
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FAKKEH AND BBBEJOER . THt FARM HOME ( PUBtAfSHBD MOHTHL A ) Babsorlptions may begin . the first of any month . Terms for subscriptions In tho United States . Canada and Mexico , $ 1 . 00 a year , payable in advance . Foreign subscribers must remit In advance , those within tbe Postal Union Bending 12 cents additional each year lor postage . BwUtaneea should be sent by bank draft , post-office or express money order payable to ine F !» rm fiome Oo . The name on yonr paper s • xellawlabel will snow to the Bret ot what month your subscription has been paifl No other receipt is given unless stamp ls Swat . Change of Address Kindly send us both your old and now address a week previous to the date of tne desired change . Discontinuance * . Responsible -subscribers will continue to receive this journal until the publishers • re notified by letter to discontinue , when all areeurasces must be paid . If you do not wish the journal continued for another year after vour subscription has expire...
IMPORTATION OF CLYDESDALES [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
IMPORTATION OF CLYDESDALES Hon . N . P . Clark , of St . Cloud , Minn ., the proprietor of the Meadow Lawn Stud of Clydesdale Horses , has recently made an importation of this famous breed of draft horses from Scotland , that for quality and choice breeding has never been surpassed . TShe Meadow Lawn Stud of Clydes- : . dales has for years been recognized as the leading establishment of its kind in America , and there are few if any gfcuds in Scotland with as many stal- • ¦ lions and mares , as may be found in TSJte-gsj ^ J ^ p- ^ -Mr . Clark . ) . Gan * so * v . ImiSmmmFwn ^ W ^ Ptm &amp; ence to the recent lmporEKnon for th ? Meadow Lawn Stud : rr ~ An extensive shipment of highlybred Clydesdale horses was made this week to the United States by Mr . N . E . Glark , St . Cloud , Minn . He has shipped no less than seventeen head purchased from Messrs . A . &amp; W . Montgomery , Banks , Kirkcudbright , all of them horses of superior breeding and conform to the regula...
SEED CORN SELECTION . Prof . . T . M . Westgate , Manhattan , [Newspaper Article] — Farm Home — 1 September 1899
SEED CORN SELECTION . Prof . . T . M . Westgate , Manhattan , Kas ., writes : Many farmers owning both bottom and upland corn fields make the mistake of using the same seed on both kinds of soil . Corn which is adapted to tho soil and moisture conditions of the valleys will not do so well on the upland as will some variety that hus bv several years of cultivation and selection become adapted to the conditions there . It is for the same reason that the large Colorado potatoes that have been grown for years under irrigation will do so poorly when used for seed -in Kansas without the accustomed supply of water . It is generally the case on the farm that the corn from all the fields , both upland and bottom , is cribbed together . When the time for seed selection comes the largest ears are picked out irrespective of the kind of soil that grew them . As the bottom land produces the larger ears , it is more than likely that the bulk of the seed will be from the lower and moister portions ...