New State Poultryman. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 1, 1908 Page: 2 of 18
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t) ., J- H. HAMILL,
Jlainill Jlas Been Breeding the Buff
Orpingtons for a Number of Yearl
He Has Advertised the Recent Show
? rT,h the Kntire Union? Upon
ThP depended the Success Which
Dn w n ed' Knowln& Him as We
HighV]y° Lannot Recommend Him Too
After they are a few weeks old we
feed very sparingly prefering to let
hem roam over the fields and pick
up their owh living Catching grass
loppers and picking up the scattered
SHI Tln Ct they do pretty much as
y please But there is one filing
they are not allowed to do and that is
.tay avvay from home at night. We
Jav? a three acre orchard fenced
■ m. t n tight and we put up roosts
for them as soon as they are large
enough to fly Up and Jow
clination to want to roost and that is
then place and must go there every
night I am quite successful with tur-
and will gladly gl,e any lator-
can through the columns o.'
Neiw’ b-ate Poultryman.
second and fourth hen, first pullet
first pen; J. Flem Smith, Ponca City,
second cock, third cockerel, third and
fourth pen; Mrs. C. W. Morche, city,
second cockerel, first and third hen,
second, third and fourth pullet, second
White Rocks: J. T. Fox, Parsons,
Kan., first cock, fourth cockerel,
fourth hen; C. O. Preston, Chilocco!
second cock, first cockerel, second
hen, third pullet, first pen; E L
\\elch, Cushion, third cock, first and
third hen, first pullet, third pen; G.
\V. Eaten, Cedarvale, Kan., fourth
cock, second and third cockerel sec-
ond and fourth pullet, second’ and
Silver Laced Wyandottes: Orchard
Hrove Farm, Chelsea, first cock, sec-
ond and fourth pullet, second pen;
Mrs. Lula Searl, first cockerel, first
hen first and third pullet, first pen;
H- G. Reynolds, Stratford, second and
White Wyandottes: J. n. Thomp-
son, city, first cock, fourth cockerel;
OKLAHOMA STATE POULTRY
jt January 25-25, 1908. Ira C. Keller
Barred Rocks: Buck Bros., Guth-
erel thf s°l St and fourth cock
ere] third lien; first, second and
fourth pullet, first pen; E. L. Welch
Cushion, second cock; Mrs. E. F. Sul-
lvan, Yukon, third cock; F. W. Hall
Lone Wolf, fourth cock, fourth pen;’
R. W. Johnston, city, second cockerel
first, second and fourth hen, second
Ptn Wm. J. Bretz, El Reno, third
cockerel, third pen; Mrs. J. B Roe
Shawnee, third pullet.
Buff Rocks: J. A. Waddell, Wich-
ita, Kan., first cock, fourth cockerel,
m , FRED. W. STONE
Oklahoma State" PoXT °f
let, first, second and third pen; W J
Freeman, second hen, fourth pullet’
H. C. Reynolds, fourth pen.
Partridge Wyandottes: Dr. c. B
Win, first, second and third cock, first,
diird and fourth cockerel, third and
fourth hen, first and second pen; J. t.
Duncan, fourth cockerel, fourth pen-
Orchard Grove Poultry Farm, second
cockerel, first pullet; O. B. Shank
first and second hen, third pen
Columbian Wyandottes: Orchard
Grove Poultry Farm, first cockerel
fust, second and third pullet, first
pen; Baker & Watson, second’cock-
erel, fourth pullet, second pen.
n C- R: L Keds: Hr. J. L. Melvin,
Guthrie, first cockerel, first, third and
fourth pullet, first pen; H. C. Rey-
nolds, second cockerel; C. M. Long
third cockerel, third pullet; C a’
Richardson, fourth cockerel, second
R- c. R .1. Reds: Hills & Toal, first
cock, second and third cockerel, sec-
ond hen, fourth pullet, second pen;
Lula H. Searl, third cock, first and
fourth cockerel, first and second pul-
cnek ffSt PGu; S' G- Sh0up & Son’ third
cock, first hen, third pullet, third pen.
1 artndge Cochins: Buck Bros
second cock, second, third and fourth
fmftrei' f,rSt’ second- third and
fourth hen, first pen.
Buff Cochins: R. C. Rosenberg,
thim C°ckl,third Pen; W. T. Davis,
bird cockerel, second and fourth hen
econd pullet, second pen; C. C. Hoag’
,°?:ard' Hrst cockerel, first and
let. nm i. th‘rd a“d '°urth ‘,u|-
Light Brahmas: Geo. G. Wynans
second cock, first and second cock-
ier he”’ firSt pulIet; H- M- Hef-
hen Ed ?°Cp Cockerel- secoud
thir’i E' ,J‘ Rockefeller, fourth cock,
third cockerel, third and fourth hen,
E. A. St. John, second cock tM-i
cockerel, first pullet, second pen E
■'ones Perry, third cock, four" hen
econd pullet third pen; Hiram Girt,-'
Ptaff A°n, , Ctlef' ,0“rl" c“k' John
I faff Anadarko, second cockerel sec-
. rttton, first cockerel, first and third
hen, third and fourth pullet, first pen
Golden Wyandottes: H. c rpv
nolds, first cock* ft t
cocir fir h u ' J- Dlincan, second
John W 4men’ !.rd PUllet’ third Pen;
John W. Allison, third cock, first cock-
erel third and fourth hen, first pullet
f pen; Buck Bros., fourth cock’
third and fourth cockerel, second hen’
second and fourth pullet, second pen;”
penS Tnmb e’ second cockerel, fourth
Buff Wyandottes: E. J. Rockefel-
ler, first cock; Dr. C. B. Will, Guth- „ A Part of the Ribbons and qii
ne second cock, first, second, third Cups That Were Won hv i i ™
and fourth cockerel, first, third and f°De's White Wyandottes H Ym'
fourth he„ .first, second and third pul- ^ f«>' the Best, Write Him
LU ai at Blackwell, Okla.
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Griffin, C. W. New State Poultryman. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 1, 1908, newspaper, February 1, 1908; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937511/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.