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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 17 February 1902
1 COTTON &amp; BED MEAL til m ImZZZZmmm ^ Z ^ ^ ^ g g GLUTEI , GEEM * if LAX . BEID MEAL . W g The Cheapest and best Feeds ou tho Markot . # Wo f ^ W , » ro tho o * ! y firm nt tho Yails who iu . a : o a apojialty !• : )• t $ of these Feec a . :::::: I !• ;• j $ TASKER &amp; HUFFMAN CO .. Rcon 32 FMliias * BMg . ;! : « 2 * VSIOM STltCK YAMUS , CHICAGO , U . K . J \ , tSSlli £ : iL ! :. r , vi v . . m &lt; - -. .. • /^^ - ^• f ^ . vjr . vj . . : . STfY / . i ^ T / V - ^ y ^ iH • ¦ . . TV .. .. . GEO . LEIGH BL CO . ^ N £ \( i ! :: i * i-: i ) i : i : s AND I . MIOI . TI : I : S l--i- llll . iil CLASS — — • Hereford CxyAtle t-. —T i- * .- X-r--. - J T-- « J-- * -- » 4 ! I I l * * M **¦!!¦ * ¦¦ 1 a * * * a- * -ai WlfsTPISI ¦ ^ -. —Ttl AURORA - ILLINOIS a . .. a » . ill ¦ — i ^ W ¥ » W ¥ WW !!** ¥ V | | g | g-A || Ofl 11 UDL IU &lt; Kansas City ^ ^_ _ _ jjjjjjj— ^ L We will sell 45 head i £ m \ Ml | S of highly bred Bates i # \ MI L y Short-Horn Cattle i ...
ILLEDBYTHOUSANDS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 17 February 1902
ILLEDBYTHOUSANDS j * -,..- • • -.- ; . - •••¦ ¦ ¦ . _ *&gt;¦ M _ - . 11 r * • ... ¦ . « . ..- s » . - ¦* - • - •* that Is the Latest Story from the Earthquake-Racked 8 ec « h tion of Russia . • * , - IflAlIAKA DISTRICT IS DEVASTAED Kany Towns and Villages in the Region Suffer Severely .. r - UMier Thousands Are Starving and Without Shelter—Towns InMcxIco Fear a Volcanic Eruption i Which Is Threatened . , Berlin , Feb . 17 . —It Is reported here trom . Baku , Trnns-Caueasla , that thousands of persons -were killed by the earthquake in the Siiainaka district , and that the towns and villages tor twenty versts around tShumaka Suffered severely . Baku , Russian Tians-Cancasia , Feb . 17 . —The town of Shamuka , seventy tniles west of this city , is now almost practically destroyed by the scries of earthquakes which begun several days since . The district headman telegraphs that scarcely a dozen houses are standing . Up to Friday evening 600 dead bodies had been taken out of the ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 17 February 1902
— 1 . - , a .., ., « a - aVa . \ - « ae * -- a - a - aV -2- * S - | TPIT-POSTI I Being A Magazine I I Of The Markets For I I Traders and investors I We publish a new monthly magazine called Pit and Post , which should be in the hands of every investor and traderin securities , grain , and provisions . It can be had for the asking :::::: KNIGHT , DONNELLEY &amp; CO . 217 LA SALLE ST . II SOTUNDA OF THB SOOKIRY- ¦ ¦ Ma-ata-a-aa , 11 NEW YORK STOCK EKOBA-COB ¦ I GHICAOO STOCK EZCHAKOB ¦ CHICAOO BOAUD or Tauna ¦ HEW Voaa OOTTCI EzcsA-roE ¦ Get Your Hides Tanned I will tan Horse or Cow Hides and make into coats for 810 . 50 or Robes from ja to $ 8 all finished . Send your hides in . Lace ana harness leather . Work all Guaranteed . Ceadr Rapids Robe tni For Tannery . CEDAR RAPIDS , IOWA . v J 9 JCCUR-S \ -A : Mm CUREtAlLEVEDISEASES . V ^ JmmW mvurm i-iaLSCHn OH uo % J ± m *~ -mm mr ORAWUIATION ETC . m ^ JJ r MURINE CURES PINK EYE G | L STREWTHENS WEAK EVES . tfi-JSi Cures red eyel...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 17 February 1902
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 17 February 1902
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STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
STOCK MARKET imatcd Receipts . tie- * 5 , 000 „ * 29 , 000 % ^ 16 , 000 re and Healthy Cur- , t to the Market 0 r Beef Cattle . ieis Rule Strong , nersSteady . Calves I rully 50 cents . md Increasing Deid for Good Heavy feeding Steers . t , Common Stockers re Still Meeting Slow Outlet . ter Receipts Bring a impt Reaction in he Hog Market . Sold a Nickel Above rase of Yesterday Uh Close Strong . p Unchanged , Lambs idy at Monday Deine of 15 Cents . General . - Stock Yards , 3 p . m ., Feb . 1 $ . ts for today compared with a i show same number of cattle , a ot 11 , 000 hogs and an increase of beep . Is at Chicago Stock Yards for late , including today s estimate parative figures : rrtE aoos BBEBP non-113 CABS li . 157 UTS . *!)* J 40 . tt * l 16 . 089 43 , 180 W . 21 C tflJ . UTJ 180 , 116 16 . 3 JT 41 . 744 ¦ 111 153 . 722 € 0 . 853 .. J 1 . 436 « 8 &lt; celpts and Shipments . Mowing is a statement of fhe it of live stook st the Chicago ards for tha period indicated , iparat...
BIG CATTLE DEAL [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
BIG CATTLE DEAL Riverside Herd and Ranch ln Nebraska Goes Into the Hands of G . A . Ricker . « i 1 SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE or THE LIVE STOOX WOBLD . KANSAS CITT , Feb . 18 . —A deal was consummated In Kansas City today by which the Riverside Hereford Cattlo Company sold its 4 , 000-acro v- * - * 1 tw ? . hnrdof pure bred Hereford cult .:.- &lt; u Ashland , Neb ., to George A . Rlckor , a banker of Quincy , 111 ., for $ 481 , 500 . The 1 , 200 cattle sold make the largest herd of pure-bred Herefords In the world . This alone was estimated in the deal as worth $ 300 , 000 . Tha herd is headed by the famous bulls , Admiral and Thickset , for the latter of which Mr . Humphrey gave T . F . B . Sotham of Chlllleothe , Mo ., $ 5 , 050 at a sale here a few years ago . Mr . Humphrey will devote his attention to the Humphrey Cattle Co ., wbich owns establishments at Belton , Mo ., and Chihauhua , Mex ^ / AROUND l ] ~; YARDS . The following is a / Upshot of Col . F . M . Woods , the fam...
WILL FEED SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
WILL FEED SHEEP Trempeleau County Wis , Needs Assistance From The Railroads . FIND BUSINESS PROFITABLE . Cooperative Experiment This Year That Gave Good Satisfaction . Walter Young , of GalesviUe , Wisconsin , arrived today with 310 western yearlings which went to Armour at 6 cents . This consignment Is about the last of 2 , 253 head bonght at Billings , Mont ., last October by Mr . Young and two neighbors , E . F . Clark and Herman Cary , all of whom live in Trempeleau county , Wis . It was a co « operative experiment that proved botl successful and profitable . Said Mr . Young : Our section of Wisconsin , lying between Winona , Minn ., and LaCrosse , is an ideal sheep country , and if the railroads would give us fair rates on miU screenings the extent of the feeding busi ness would be increased tenfold . I have been feeding for a number of years , but until two years ago , limited my operations to the buying of native stuff around the country . This proved unsatisfactory , and in ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
THE CHICAGO LIVE STOCK WORLD rctered at Chicago Feet OSes as Bacond-Olasa Kattsr . Ey HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY , A-HLE 1 CH C . HALLIWELL , Pros , antl Editor . WILL F . BAUM , Treas . and Oen . Mgrr . ROBERT BEBB , V-Pree MEMBERS CF STAFF INCLUDE : V . A . Hartman , J . E . Poole , F . H . Baum . F . D . Faust , THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . • — SUBSCRIPTIONS ! DAILT , ONE YEAH - - J 4 . 00 Mos . AXD Tnrns ., 1 TBAB 11 . 60 * FIX MONTHS • 2 . C 0 CMOS . . 75 TII 1 IE 15 MONTHS - 1 . C 0 « 3 . 50 ONE MONTH - . 50 TnCUSDATS OXLT « 1 . 00 OFFICES : 13 and 15 EXCHANGE AVE ., . Union Stick Yard * Icrg I ie tcnoo Thone , Yards 857 . - Beglstered Cable Adores * Stockworli , Chicago . TUESDAY , TED . 18 , 1902 .
Meat From Australia . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Meat From Australia . H ^ jHE National Provisioner , of New York , _ % J __ lias been making some inquiry as to the feasibility of importing fresh meat into this country from Australia . While meats are high in this country there is no reason to anticipate a meat famine , and nothing short of famine would ever send this country to the antipodes for meats . Yet , it would not he uninteresting to know what meats from that far-off country would cost laid down on our shores . At present there is not , possibly never will be , a line of refrigerator boats between our ports and Australia and for this reason the antipodeans were unable to give the Provisioner quotations on refrigerator meat from Sydney laid down in NewYork . Information in replies to the Provisioner inquiry is that meats are high in Australia on account of the great drought and the chances are that this country will recover from drought and get back to normal prices for meats much quicker than Australia . Since a stand of ...
Jl 'Reasonable Compromise . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Jl Reasonable Compromise . rfflEALIZING that the prospect of a gen- | jj | era ! irrigation measure passing , congress this season is slim , representatives from the semi-arid region propose to ask the federal government to spend $ 50 , 000 in establishing experimental stations in the semi-arid portions of Nebraska , South Dakota , Kansas and Oklahoma for the purpose of making experiments in soil culture and the conservation of nature s moisture with the ultimate object of increasing the productiveness of these lands without irrigation . This , under the circumstances , seems a reasonable compromise . Eventually Uncle Sam must lay plans for irrigating the fertile areas of the west deficient in rainfall , but he will not begin the work until eastern sentiment changes . Meanwhile any old appropriation , to push the good work along , should be grabbed .
Deal tenth Good breeders . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Deal tenth Good breeders . ffBlABMEHS purchasing pure-bred males mi need to exercise the utmost care in selecting . Inferior animals are not infrequently recommended by unscrupulous breeders , and a first-class grade is to be preferred to an inferior pure-bred . In making an investment of this kind go to a reliable breeder and pay a reasonable price . It will be money saved in the long run . o The farmer who does not keep posted on the natural course of the market under all conditions is not keeping up to date . o
CREAT GHOVGHT ^ r . * By Great People . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
CREAT GHOVGHT ^ r . * By Great People . STRIFE . The law of worthy life is fundamentally the law of strife It is only through labor , painful effort , by grim energy and resolute courage , that we move to better things . —Theodore Roosevelt . THE FOOT-PATH TO PEACE . To be glad of life , because it gives you the chance to love and to work and to play and to look up at the stars ; to be satisfied with your possession , but not contented with yourself until you have made the best of them ; to despise nothing in the world except falsehood and meanness , and to fear nothing except cowardice ; to be governed by your admirations rather than by your disgusts ; to covet nothing that is vour neighbor s except his kindness of heart and gentleness of manners ; to think seldom of your enemies , often of your friends , and every day of Christ ; and to spend as much time as you can , with body and with spirit , in God s out-of-doors—-these are little guide-posts on the foot-path ; o peace . .... ...
Deserxtm / t of Statehood . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Deserxtm / t of Statehood . Oklahoma polled 78 , 000 votes at her last election . Tbis Is more than tbe total polled In each of thirteen states at the last presidential election . These states are Delaware , Florida , Idaho , Louisiana , Mississippi , Montana , Nevada , North Dakota , South Dakota , Rhode Island , South Carolina , Vermont and Wyoming . These thirteen states have thirty-four congressmen and twentysix senators . Oklahoma , like Porto Rico and the PhlUlpplnos , has none . 0
Americans and French Habits . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Americans and French Habits . It is true that many Frenchmen are the worse for the absinthe habit , a prominent physician connected with Paris hospitals said to me the otber evening as we sat in a cafe much patronized by Americans ; but we do not systematically poison ourselves with a deadly mixture of nicotine and alcohol . As my medical companion spoke he nodded toward an adjacent table occupied by three recent arrivals from the United States . Eaoh was smoking a big black cigar while consuming tha indifferent brand of Scotch whisky which Paris furnishes . No wonder Americans are dyspeptic , my medical friend continued . We Uo not smoke heavily , even while drinking light wines , containing very little alcohol . Your whiskies with their 80 and 90 per cent of alcohol , drunk while smoking , cause yonr bodies to absorb all the poison a cigar contains . It is well known in pharmacology that the active constituents of most drugs are readily sMuble in alcohol , though not in water . Th...
Value of "BlueGrass . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Value of BlueGrass . The LIVB STOCK WORLD has endeavored to Impress upon Its readers the value of bluegrass . It has demonstrated that this valuable plant ls not appreciated simply because comparatively few people realize what a really good pasture is . Farmers will do well to ent out and paste in their hats , for constant psrusual , the Interview with Prof . Curtiss of Iowa , on this topic recently published ln these columns : Where the land is pb » w « d every few years there can be no high-class bluggrasspasture ; and where Itls over-grazed year after year it cannot come to Its best estate . W hen farmers learn that It takes time to make a bluegrass sod , and learn to use It aright , it will be better appreciated , No other crop will give so much for so little labor as a well established bluegrass sod .
Gales of Iofseia Indians . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Gales of Iofseia Indians . Alexander Miller has inaugurated an interesting and valuable series of articles in the Northwood la ., Anchor , in which ho tells of Musqnakic Indians on their reservation in the Iowa river bottom in Tama , caunty . The iirst min lu saw \ vii 3 : i ha visited tho place waa Pushetonequa , the chief of the trlba . The big man cannot read or write , but he demonstrated that he is a diplomat , when in reply to a question as to whether he was a democrat or a republican he said he is both . These Indians have about 3 , 000 acres of land that is theirs in fee simple , and of this about 40 acres is cleared , the remainder being in its primitive state and covered with timber and underbrush . The white men in that section fight for chances to pay 880 an acre for land , and then work from sunrise to sunset to cultivate it , but the Indian does no such thing , and the whole tribe do not do enough farming to furnish feed in the winter time for the 500 ponies they have ...