Picture from web page 321 of “Breeder and sportsman” (1882)
Title: Breeder and sportsman
Yr: 1882 (eighties)
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s. n. ]
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California Point out Library Califa/LSTA Grant
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A FARMING Train. Breeder asp Sportsman: The most total ami best! appointed agri- cultural demonstration teach that per- haps the world has ever observed has just finished a most successful seven times tour via the Willamette valley in Oregon. This train consisting of seven automobiles in charge of the Oregon Agricultural College and Experiment Station is the fourth of a sequence which the Southern Pacific firm has operated in Oregon and Washington, and which education- ally regarded as has proved of this sort of ines- timable value to the farmer of the north- west. This tour was prepared by Mr. R. B. Miller, standard freight agent of the Southern Pacific business. The train was produced up of stock, baggage, box, sleeping and eating automobiles. Every single auto which contained a screen of farm merchandise, dairy cows, accepted machinery and appliances had been under the charge and supervision of a professor of the Oregon Agricultural University at Corvallis, who, with his assistants, was consistently in attendance, at any time prepared, and stored busy detailing to the interested group which thronged the train at every single stop, the numerous complicated factors in the science of agriculture, answering simple queries, or giving beneficial ideas as to much better methods the responsibilities of the day-to-day routine of farm life. Speakers and demonstrators who ac- companied the prepare had been Dr. James Withycomlee, director Oregon Experi- ment Station: Mr. M. . Lownsdale, horticulturist Professor H. D. Scudder. agronomist Professor F. L. Kent, dairy husbandry Professor R. W. Allen, as- sistant horticulturist Mr. Harry Ash- bahr, herdsman. Mr. A. A. Morse, specific agent of the Southern Pacific firm, experienced the party in charge, and to his unremitting effort is thanks an unanimous verdict by his attendees "that in every single distinct he had justified his popularity as an unexcelled host." Stops of various lengths ended up produced at all the larger towns in the ‘Willamette valley, and arrival of the train which had been extensively marketed by the com- mercial golf equipment of the towns and towns vis- ited was the sign for a cessation of all enterprise, and farmers with their wives and young children crowded about the teach in eagerness to see what it had introduced to them and to pay attention to the lectures and to see the actual benefits of the application of scientific techniques to their daily work. In the first, a inventory automobile in charge of Mr. Harry Ashbahr, the herdsman of the col- lege, have been two milch cows, registered and examined, demonstrated in design stalls of two dif- ferent varieties, with stanchions, hay racks, troughs and hanging salt licks, every single ease and all created upon strains of cleanliness, comfort and economy of unique out lay to the dairyman. Charts exhibiting relative value of milk or beef making feeds ended up exhibited on the stable partitions. The cows selected from the higher education herd for example and illustration are of two breeds, an Ayrshire and a Jersey, the two obtaining been very carefully analyzed. For the duration of the earlier calendar year the Ayrshire has a file of 540 lbs . of butter and the Jersey, which is only in the 4th calendar year, has a rec- ord of 420 pounds. The cows are milked every day with a milking machine able of milking two cows at when. The device is modify- in a position t â any cow anil functions a lot quicker. cleaner and more thorough than hand milk’ rs. This vehicle possibly excited the greatest interestâthe women between the spectators displaying excellent curosity to know its prepare and operation. A little gasoline motor operates this milking ma- chine and also furnished the power for the electric powered lights which brilliantly illum- inated the total teach. A design dairy was in demand of Profes- sor Kent. Right here was shown the neces- sary equipment and utensils for the suc- cessful carrying on of the commercial or domestic dairy. Separators for cream and skimmed milk, coolers, butter mix- ers, churns, foot energy milking ma- chines, and a little inexpensive, but ef- fective, boiler and steam motor for furn- ishing energy on the farm for pumping, feed cutting or wooden sawing, in reality, for a hundred factors winch can be so much far better, less costly and a lot quicker accomplished by energy than hand. At each end sensible demonstrations had been presented from platforms erected for that function of the greatest strategies of the planting, pruning, grafting, spraying, sorting and packing apples, the treatment ot orchards and the essential check for se- lection of seed. How land must be drained and why. The diverse types of soil explained and appropriate crops for every single particular locality recommended. TVhat type of reside stock would show most prof- itable, and thousands of valuable sugges- tions offered. The concept of therefore bringing to the very gate of the farm directions which in numerous cases may possibly in no way be obtainable to a lot of men and females Good Types for Sale. Standard and registered stallions by McKin- ney. brood mares, higher-course roadsters and colts at quite sensible rates. I am closing out all my horses at private sale. Am offering some of the ideal bred and ideal individuals on the Coast. Create for particulars. Address. THOMAS SMITH, 1021 Georgia St.. Vallejo, Cal. JACK FOR SALE. "Weighs 1.000 pounds, is effectively turned, very good looker and without having blemish. Is a prompt "worker. Apply to S. B. Bodyweight, Santa Rosa, Cal. Higher-Class MARE FOR SALE. Belle McKinney. document 2:25, demo two:sixteen, by Mc- Kinney two:11% dam Mission Belle by St. Nicholas, next dam by Capt. Webster. St. Nicholas is by Sidney, sire of Memo, sire of the dam of Charley D. two:06K, the phenomenal pacer of 1908. This mare is S a long time aged, a handsome bay. no marks, pure gaited trotter, and sonnd. and if you want a excellent one. appear and carry your watch. Time her for your self. This mare was worked three or four months by Mr. C. Whitehead, to whom I am pleased to refer as he will solution your questions. In addition to this fantastic mare I have above twenty head and between them I am self-assured you can locate a single that will response your function the two as to top quality and cost. Use to or tackle. JOHN ROWEX, one&17 E. South St.. Stockton. Cal. Wanted. A totally skilled younger guy needs a place as instructor at a riding academy, or with stock farm breaking and fitting polo ponies. Deal with. W. C, treatment of Breederand Sportsman. McKlNNEY STALLION FOR SALE. MONOCHROME 35777 by McKinney B818 World’s champion sire of speed, dam Hattie (dam of Monterey 2:09% and Montana two:16iby Commodore Belmont 4340. and many others. Monocnrome. foaled 1S9S, is a handsome bay stallion, stands sixteen arms large, and is one particular of the very best bred, greatest looking and swiftest undeveloped sons of the excellent McKinney. He never was hitched to a sulky but has shown two:twenty speed any time when in operating issue. He has really few colts, but has confirmed that he is a sire of pace, 1 of his daughters possessing stepped a mile in 2:fifteen. half in 1:06. and two other folks in two:thirty. with really minor perform. For more particulars tackle. JOHN" ROWEN". 1347 E. South St.. Stockton. Cal. STUD Textbooks FOR SALE. The first 4 volumes of Brace’s Ameri- can Stud Book, elegantly certain in Morocco, will be bought cheap for income or exchanged for later on volumes. Handle this workplace. BREEDER and SPORTSMAN. PETER SAXE & SOX, 911 Stelner SL, San Francisco. Cal. Importers, Breed- ers and Dealers for past 30 years. All types Cattle. Horses, Sheep, Hogs. High-course breeding stock. Cor- respondence solicited. FAIRMONT | Resort SAN FRANCISCO The most superbly located Ho- tel in the ‘worldâoverlooking the Bay of San Francisco and City. Headquarters Military and Navy. The Social Middle of Metropolis. Practical to Enterprise and Theater Sections. Reached by road autos from every course. Only 5 minutes from ferry. TA Single Room with Tub, J2.50, S $3. $three.fifty, $4, fifty five. $six, $seven, $10. five Suits with Bathtub, $ten.00 upwards. five s Inder Administration of g PALACE Hotel Organization | John C. Kirkpstrick, Manager. two " HOWARD SHORTHORNS "-QUINTO HERD.â77 premiums, California State Fairs 1902-three-four. Registered cattle of beef and milking families for sale Compose us what you want. HOWARD CATTLE CO., San Mateo. GLIDE BROTHERS Successors to J. H. Glide & Sons. Sole proprietors of the Popular BLACOW-ROBERTS-GLIDE FRENCH MERINO SHEEP. Glide Gradeâ% French and % Spanish Merino. âThoroughbred Shropshire Rams.â Rams for sale at all occasions. P. O. Box 297. House Phone, Sacramento. Cal. Dixon, Cal. W. MGGINBOTTO.U Dwell Inventory AUCTIONEER Workplace with E. Stewart & Co. 297 Valencia St. S. F. Department Office With Star Horse Market place, Fresno, Cal. Compose for Conditions and Dates. BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE Sellers In PAPER 1400-1450 4th St.. San Francisco, Cal. Blake, Moffitt & Towne, Los Angeles. Blake, McFall & Co., Portland, Oregon. CALIFORNIA Photo ENGRAVING CO., Substantial Course Art âinâ HALFTONES AND LINE ENGRAVXNG Inventive Developing:. 141 Valencia St San Francisco. Built FOR Company Deal CARTS
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J.J. Offer& SON JON ESVULE. MICH Wtisf I Ml Iâ III BAKER & HAMILTON, Agts. SAN" FRANCISCO, SACRAMENTO AND LOS ANGELES, CAL. RACING! New California Jockey Club OAKLAND RACE Track First Race at 1:forty p. m. Six or a lot more races every Tveek day, rain or glow. For specific trains halting at the monitor, take S. P. Ferry, foot of Marketplace street depart at twelve, thereafter every single twenty minutes until 1:40 P. II. No using tobacco in the previous two cars, which are re- served for women and their escorts. THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, President. PERCY W. Treat, Secretary. Veterinary Dentistry Ira Barker Dalziel Every single facility to give the best of profes- sional solutions to all eases of veterinary dentistry. Challenging circumstances dealt with suc- cessfully. Phone calls from out of city promptly responded to. The best work at realistic prices IRA BARKER DALZIEL, 620 Octavia St., among Fclion and Grove. Phone Specific 2074. San Francisco, Cal WM. F. EGAN, M. R C. V. S. VETERINARY SURGEON 1155 Golden Gate Ave. Department Medical center, corner Wibster and Chestnut Streets, SAX FRANCISCO, CAL. RTJBREROID ROOFING. Weather conditions Evidence. Acid Evidence, Hearth Re- sisting. BOXE-TE1.L. RICHARDSON i CO.. IIS to 124 Very first St., San Francisco, CaL JOHN BARDUHN Successor to Kavanagh & Barduhn THE PALACE Hotel TAILORS has eliminated to his long lasting quarters No. seven Sutter St., in close proximity to Market, San Francisco, Cal. three will decrease infected, swollen Joinla, Bruises, Soil Bunches. Heal Bolls, f is- tula or any harmful sore speedily: pleasanttouse does not blister under bandage or get rid of the balr, and you can w^rk the horse. ?2 for every bottle at deilfrs or shipped. Horse Book seven D cost-free. ABSORBINE, JR , f^r mankind, $1.00 for every bottle. Keduces Varicose Veins, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Goitre, Wens, Strains. Braises, stops Soreness and inflammation W.F. Younger. P.D.F., 54 Monmouth St., Sprinafield, Mass. for Sale bvâLangley & Michaels, San Fran- cisco, Cal."Woodward, Clark & Co., Portland, Ore-: F. W. Braun Co., Los Angeles, Cal. Western Whosesale Drug Co., Los Angeles, Cal- Kirk, Geary & Co., Sacramento, Cal. Pacific Drug Co., Seattle, Clean. Spokans Drug Co., Spokane, Clean. âo COPA/B^ 01 CAPSULES MM ^SlN?*^
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