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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 February 1902

B . W . WAGNER GRAIN ... AND ... PROVISIONS . Member of Chicago Board of Trade , 709 Rialto Bldg ., Chicago . Personal attention given to speculative accounts and Consignments of Grain . Dally market letter mailed free upon application . Geo . McCutcheon & Co . COMMISSION MERCHANTS . Wo solicit your business .- — Poultry , Veal , Game , Butter , Eggs ana Furs . GIVE US A TRIAL . Kr \ 7 ! d Chfca ^ . r ekc r N ° - , 3 » Sc Members Chicago Board ol Trade . N . V . Gotten Eichange . LAMSON BROS . & CO . Grain , Provisions , Cotton .. «____¦____ 6 Board ol Trade , Chicago . Correspondence solicited . Leased wirea . DOCTOR SWEANY Thelongrtt . established , mostsueeeictol and reliable specialist In Disrates ol MEN . a * riedlcal License .-, Diplomas and News * piper records show . NERVOUS DEBILITY VARICOCELE , HYDROCELE . STRICTURE . RUPTURE . BLOOD POISON KIDNEY and URINARY DISEASES . Etc CURED TO STAY CURED . Also rill r .-fl-x coniptlciiloiis mi laBSiclrito lUr ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 February 1902

Geo . C . Callahan & Co . Produce Commission . BUTTER , POULTRY , EGGS , GAME , VEAL , ETC . „ , . „ , „ 217 SO . WATER STREET . CHICAGO . Telephone , Main 3636 . Reference * : Hibernian Bank , Commercial Agencies . \ JvdUdr 19 YV fillV QL VV • • Membe Chicago Board of Trals Oommiiision Merchants , STOCKS , GRAIN ANO PROVISIONS . ¦ ST LflSalle St .. ChiCSO-n . Ill Send for our Market Letters on both aw / ba ^ anv «^ l .., VlllWBgU , III . New York Stocks and ( irniu . * ^ ^™—» ^ __¦__¦ i ___»»«_^______^^ Adams < £ Samuel SSSJUSSSS Stock Exchange . Commission Merchants uttd Stavk lirakcrti . Branch Offleo : . nn _ t « A « *_•• __ . » . .... 1 < J Exchange Buildlnfc 100 and 101 Eialto Building , - CHICAGO . Union stock Varda . Hately Brothers , ™ ™ 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS . ttrf ^ j ^ flJSi * ORDERS EXECUTED FOR -I ** Ox » aLin «& Provisions ^^^ $ 3 ? • 7 CBN MILLER , ESTABLISHED W 33 . H . W . S 3 _ l . Mtrf John Miller & Co . ...

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T 1 LLMANSSYMPATH [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 February 1902

T 1 LLMANSSYMPATH South Carolina Sanator Daolaras ft with tha Filipinos in tha Fight . tOEAEBB THEN HINTS AT TREASON Aad la Confronted with Tom Corwln s declaration—Industrial CoinDilation * Report . WtuhlBfton . Feb . . —Tor fonr hours Jciterday the senate hr . d the Philippine tariff bill under discussion . The $$ etBurd / w # s completed , so far as the lin & te Philippine coruinlttc-e is con6 # r __© d , ell of the committee nni » iidftents b »»_ ug adopted . . several other fttnendmeuw . however , -will be offered . © ne or tn-o ]; eing pending . To ^ -p . ra Ihe close of the eeeelon the distueeloti JKcatue h-M . ted . In response to n tfaaolution ottered several days a * o by fcawlins of Utah the secretary of wnr trimsnilrted to the ssiuiie the * -e * . itioi , Uw * enacted by the PhJ . lppinp co _ - _ - Atfssion . Xhov were read in full ar . il Unenidlfltfcly orew the fir * , of ihe op tooiiaats of th » governinei . t s P __ ll . vfilne policy . B « . r of MsstEoh...

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ROBBIHSIS EMPHATIC [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 February 1902

ROBBIHSIS EMPHATIC Boss of the Coal Operators Pronounces What Looks Like an Ultimatum . WILL NOT CONSIDER BUN-OF-MTNE Also Throws Out tbe Demanded Differentia!—Little Progress on the Wages Problem . Indianapolis . Feb . 7 . —No agreement was reached yesterday through a fcrenoor . and afternoon session of the committee upon which depends a basis of settlement of tbe differences between the United Mine Workers and tho operators of the four competitive mining states . The sub-committee held a session in the morning , at which the question of the miners demand for a straight increase of . 10 per cent , formed tlie principal topic of discussion . The miners , . representatives , on the committee were given to understand by Francis L . Itobbins that the operators were a unit against an increase of any amount : that this attitude was f . vm . aud that as long as the mine workers Insisted upon their demands for the iuV . - . al-. - . ction of the ruu-of-miue syrtem and the di ! • ntial betw...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 February 1902

t You arc Losing Money Feeding Hogs Now if / UNLESS YOU FEED £ to Veseys Star Anti-Cholera . jfi to > rfs ^^ Otherwise your hogs will get wormy , fh \ fe ^ m ^^ digestion will ba impaired and food M xi t ^ B # I costing you a cent a pound will go un- L \|/ ^^^ c igastsd and wasted . \ fy Save feed and you -will acrv © money , rt \ \ J / If not Satisfactory Money will he Refunded . m • v • mmmWmMmWm » mimm ____ Wmm ^ mMmWmWm mmMm * mmmWmtmWmtmtMmWMmmmm * • M- PRICE 89 . 00 PEE DOZ . $ 5 . 00 PEE HALF DOZ . •[¦ \ vl ADDRESS : _ fj ANTI-CHOLERA COMPANY , JJ ) v Union St : ck Yards , - Chicago , III . J ? \ fi fl ^¦^ ^ . - ^ ¦^¦ - ^ •^•^ - ^^ * -l ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ iik ^ T ^ vJ ^ . ^ 7 ^ V ^ T ^ 7 ^ . ^ 7 J ^ . ^ . f ^ . ^ . ^ . 00 . 00 ^ ^ 00 _ . ^ . 00 T ^ . ^ , ^^ ^ ^^ S ^^^ ZENOLEUM v * T ^ __ r /_ jf ^ _ \ \ ^ 1 of all disinfectants was selected by tha-management of the great \ i . w ^ f . V , gjf . , ( y ^ s ^_ _ i _ a _< : -jf * International I-i...

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s & MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

s & MARKET s tin-.-i « -l Receipts . ; t , 1 c . , 1 , 000 ;; :. 40 , 000 fe . - i » ooo Wcok s Receipts . « if „ . 68 , 000 ;« . . 221 , 000 £ ,. » 72 , 000 ucrtCa for Jloinlay . , ^ 5- „ . 21 , 000 , ;;„ » BO , OOO ; K P - - 19 , 000 tic Trade Closes itL- ; . ! . y at the Late Sharp Decline . ; chcr Trices Arc Genailv 20 to SOc Lower Than Monday . ) ut -2 , 000 Stock Catc Doing Carried Over . Trade Slow . prising Runs of Hogs or Closing Days of The Week . ays Supply Closed nt at About Yesterday Prices . cp and Lambs are .. losing Steady at Late Advances . General . ii ™ Stdck Yards . 3 p . m ., Feb . 8 . ¦ I , ! .- fr t ( . ; , av compared with a i-n -:. i- « r . n : hi .:-cr . pp of 1 , 000 cattle , - <; - <¦ f Si , i . iiii hoys and sanicnumS il \ p . i ¦ vi , . i n year UTO the receipts R : I -ir-: ise of I . CII J cattle , an ln- • .- . J lnss and a decrease of ill ,. [• . : • •!! nnr-igo Stock Yards for B ii i ¦ •¦ . im : im ! iug today s est...

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CLOSE WAS STRONG [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

CLOSE WAS STRONG Upward Movement in The Grain Pit Just Before the Close . PROVISIONS WERE WEAKER . Foreign Cables Report Both Wheat And Corn Lower . Wheat took a spurt in the / igflvc minutes on the 13 .- ard of Trai * . ay the end biding at the highest figure 7 ie day . This little fcelin- ; was the oi ® cak in the monotony of the days dull L 5 Both the May and July opt ( 3 opened fractionally lower than the t S • ) n Fr - day and ste .-idily sag {* cd until g cbound came . Foreign cables repi « e wheat ? £ @ Wc lower . S Corn displayed weakness a jpening and had not recovered the ! hen the gonp rang . Cables reported 2 lower . Oats also partook of the w us displayed iu corn , closing fracl ¦ y lower than last , night . - Provisions sagged in sympathy with the hog market as receipts of hoys were heavy but regained some of the loss just before the close . Rib 1 ; opened weak but closed steady at yesterday s figures . The Northwest reported 280 cars today against 805 lust week and S ...

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HAD A LIVELY TIME [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

HAD A LIVELY TIME Oleo Question Causes Disturbance in the Helena Wool Gathering . Hrcr . ENA , Mont ., Feb . 7 . —Interest was at fever heat several times during the convention of the Pacific Northwest Wool Growers Association . Tho clinin * : was reached when Secretary J . W . Bailey of Oregon , resigned his office rather than obey tlie instructions of tho convention to wire to Representative C . II . Grosvenor of Ohio , the purport of two . resolutions ,, ono commending his shoddy bill and the other lauding him fov his opposition on the uuti-olcnm : ir ; -uviue bill . Upon the refusal to act and resignation of Mr . Bailey ; President Powers war . instructed to send tlie messa-re , which ho did . The sessions of tlie convention were full of interest thr .-u--h . Mt . There wasn t 11 dull moment frr . m the time tho morning sess . oi : was called to order until the adjournment was taken for the day . It was in the afternoon session , that tea climax was reached . Secretary ( . V . M...

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DOUD IS THE MAN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

DOUD IS THE MAN He Will Su .-. ; eed W . TJ . Thompson Jr . as President ot the Live Stock Exchange . Monday the annual election o £ tho Chi- ! cago Live Stock Exchange will take place . Ii 3 vlB . Doud will doubtless sucood Vf . II . Thompson Jr . as president , Mr . Thompson having declined ro-elcction . Yesterday aftcr / . onn Messrs G . B . Van Norman , Chas . A . Mallory , John Martin Sr ., Thos . Brown and Jamas P . Lott met as anominating committee . President Thompson then declared that lie was not a candidate for re-election and would * decline to servo if re-elected , pressure of other business demanding his whole attention . The following report submitted by the committee was tlu-n adopted : ¦ ForPresident—Levi II .. IJotid . Vice President—Richard Nash . Director to fill the unexpired term of Horace Tomlinson—W . C . Kcton . Directors for Three Years—William Wyncss , S . G . Fry , David Moog . Committee on Arbitration—Jumf .-. s B . Nelson , Louis ICce er , J . W . Moore...

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IN THE WHIRL OF LIVE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

IN THE WHIRL OF LIVE STOCK Peter Olsen of Bartar , Pierce Co ., N . O ., is feeding 79 head of steers on a grain ration consisting of equal parts ot oats , spelts and barley . Day about they are fed prairie hay and millet and got all they can clean up . This ls an experiment aud northwestern feeders arc awaiting results . A large area will be planted In soy beans in Southern Illinois this year . • » * * Iowa has an Industrial boom . Pulaiki , Numa , Rodinar , Montezuma , Union Mills , Peoria , Swaledale and other towns want merchants aud professional men . # • * * The Texas Stockman says that Nelson Morris has had an expert in Fort Worth inspecting packing houses , stockyards and kindred interests , and that he wont to Austin to confer with the state department about a charter for a packing house company , contemplated by the Morris Interests . The paper adds : If this be true it would seem that other packers lain Armour & Swift have their eyes on Texas as the proper pla...

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GOT CHOICE GOODS . ! [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

GOT CHOICE GOODS . ! Clarke Sale at Dexter Park Enabled Breeders tb Get Bargains . SOME BEAUTIES DISPOSED OF - - \ Cream of the Offerings Secured by General . Mi . na-- >* r Leonard , Of die U . S . Y . & T . Co . From the buyers standpoint N . P . Clarke s Shorthorn sale at Dexter Park- J yesterday , was a conspicuous success . Tho average was J .-ijO , and . at the clo 3 » * . ! Mr . Clarke remarked , I am not kicking , 1 > but the avc -age should have been at least \ S 20 « higher . Som-jb-id y embraced as ou « \ portunU ? to get so . n 3 bargains . . * : ) . A ^; Leonard , general manager of thi U . S . Y . & T . Co ,, captured the cream ofj tho offerl . ] - ; , iacluding Dorothea , undoubt * , cdlyono of the best cows offered for salo \ in recent years . She was sec-ond at the International ] , Chicago , iu 19 J 0 , where sho was alao aged cow in tho herd which woi *} iirat ; iiv . it at the Minnesota State Fair ill 1001 , in perhap...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

THE CHICAGO LIVE STOCK WORLD rc - a- red at Ch ; --.-:- Foit cfflos as asfloaa-OUss UmVsmt , By HALLIWELL & BAUM COMPANY . ASHLEIGH c . HALLIWELL . Prea . end Bdltor . WILL F . BAUM . Tre ee . end Oen . Mgr . ROBERT BEBB . V-Pre * MiMacMe or mrarr metuer . V . A . Hartman . J . E . Poole , P . H . Baum . F . D . Faust , THI QfMOINAL DAILY FAWH NEWSPAPER . SUBSCRIPTIONS . t > aUtT ( 0 iniT-i 4 a • • tt . OO MOX . AXD THCM ., 1 TB-. H fl . » tolstoxTHS • fc . 00 m 6 MO * . . 75 fHBEEHOXTBf • X . CO 3 . 50 u Din Moyra • . 50 TnriuiuTS OSLT • LOO F — WriCIBi 13 aad U EXCHANGE AVE , . Unioa St- ;!! Tarda . « - . teng SUt & nce fkone , Yards 857 . . Kesristere-l Cahls Aiirm Btockworid , Chicaga . SATURDAY , FEB . - ? , w . 2 .

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President Thompson . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

President Thompson . nHE retirement of President W . H . Thompson , Jr ., from tlie arduous duties devolving upon the head of the Chicago Live Stock Exchange brings to a close a remarkably successful and useful official service . For many years this man has given his best thovight and his most caref ul attention to the interests of the first , largestand most important Live Stock Exchange ever organized . His devotion to its welfare has been scarcely second to the tender solicitude for his family or his unswerving fidelity to the great business interests intrusted to him . Nearly a score of years of exacting official service surely ought to entitle a man to relief . The great benefits that have come from the influence of this important organization must remain inseparably connected with the name of its most faithful , most 7-mtirinff worker , William II . Thompson , Jr .

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Lamb Will Be Lamb . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

Lamb Will Be Lamb . BAMB promises to be a luxury this spring . Every day the price of the article takes an upward bound aud buyers are not able to secure a full quota of supplies . There is a good and sufficient reason ( for this in the shortage of the crop . Both Colorado and Michigan will market rnany less than last year , and those who are predicting $ 7 . 00 lambs before March 1 st and the prevalence of the prices of two years ago in the near future may not be talking through their hats . While feed is high it looks as though those who kept in the sheep raising business will have no reason to rue their tenacity .

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15 he Forth Heard From * [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

15 he Forth Heard From * WIW ? the Meadow Lawn Shorthorn sale at fm % Dexter Park yesterday the north land , predicted in those columns as one of the best stock producing sections of the future , was strongly in evidence . Henry Groff , of 3 ) uncloe , Minn ., H . F . Brown , of Minneapolis , and C . E . Blodgett , of Marshfield , Wis ., were among the heaviest purchasers of Mr .. Clark s justly celebrated reds , whites and roans . Wisconsin and Minnesota are getting into the pure-bred , live stock business at a good stiff clip , Look out for them .

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Utvo Good Tools . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

Utvo Good Tools . IflEN who work clay and night and SunH £ J days to build up a business and to pay their employes have to be pretty busy people . They should not be too severely censured for being too busy to listen to demands of autocratic organizations that would compel them to give full pay to men they do not need , whose vows prevent them from working more than two or three hours a day . REASON AND COMMON SENSE ARE TOOLS THAT EVERY WORKMAN SHOULD HAVE IN HIS KIT .

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"Broad Competition . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 February 1902

Broad Competition . RHHEN your business competitor gets lAll down to trying to make trouble among your emploves he is GETTING DOWN PRETTY FAST . Don t you think so ? The spirit that would crush a competitor by fair means or foul never fails to bring about its own undoing .

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