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DEBUT OF MISS ALICE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 4 January 1902
DEBUT OF MISS ALICE Eldest Daughter of the President Formally Introduced Into Society . FUNCTION WINDSTJP WITH ADAKOE First Event ofthe Kind In the White House Since Nellie Grant • Came Out , Washington , Jan . 4 . —Miss Alice Roosevelt , the eldest daughter of President and Mrs . Roosevelt was formally presented to Washington society last night at a ball given in her honor at the White House . About 500 guests in all were present * many of whom cither were connections of the Roosevelt frmily or well-known society people living outside of Washington . Miss Roosevelt is the flrst White House debutante since 1 S 73 . when Miss Nellie MISS AUG ! ROOSEVFI / r Grant the daughter of President ond Mrs . Grant , was presented to society at a ball wliich was the gayest social event of thc decade . Last night s entertainment was given a personal , rather than an official , character by Mrs . Roosevelt , whose wish was that Miss Roosevelt should make her debut much as thougli it bad taken plac...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 4 January 1902
THEREMEDYTHAT = ALWAYS === CUBES LUMP JAW Hst one esse la three hundred that cannot bs sum in treia ene to tbrse application * ot mgj FLEMINGS IJL LUMP JAW it Is the one remedy now reUed . uaon far nearly aU the prominent Mock raisers ana shipper * in America . COSTS NOTHING IF IT FAILS Tou buy lt and use Hunder a positive guarantee . Money back lftt ehould ever fail lo cure . Sent everywhere by mall . Price 12 , or throe bottles for 15 . 00 FBBB—A valuable Illustrated treatise on Lump Jaw and Its treatment , together with the reports trom leadlar stockmen , sentfroe ou request tore « der * a &lt; this paper . Office : 4106 S . Haiated St . FLEMING BROS ., CHEMISTS , Union Stock Yards , Chicago ¦ QILOC \ f air and watertight . \ J M par OF NUTRIENTS IN Snt THE CORN PLANT — IS IN THE GRAIN . HOW TO SAVE J A per THE OTHER 4 U- S 51 L HOW TO BUILD ¦ A If HOW TO FILL A \ ¦ WHAT TO FILL WITH HUH Kalamazoo Silo and Tank Co . Kalamazoo , Mick . Pig Forceps Arc to be Sold at JACK-KN...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 4 January 1902
ilM &amp; cc ^ . . -a . M . Am ¦ ** 7 **! YHmaX on 8 of | Commission Merchants , spot * a ^^^*** 0 a 96 Board of Trade Bldg , - Chicago , Dl . Bell May Corn on Bulge ; 1 » ¦ L ^ C ^ ^ ^ a _ Established 2685 . . Qeahart , ¦— ss . ¦** * Commission Merchant , . ;? * « * ?\ . —~ ... „ . « .. « Sen * * M » T Jtek-rt Lettw * STOCKS . GRAIN AND PROVISIONS on } MQk Hew tork Btootf 148 SouthCtark St , Chicago , DL and Grain . ¦ Banking House of Coleman &amp; Company , DEALERS IN Stocks . Cotton and High Grade Investment Bonds Ground Floor , Bialto Building , Sherman and Tan Buren Its-, CHICAGO * -A I ¦ | B-Baaafc - | Boom 156 Exohtu ^ s Site , Hately Brothers , « - —** COMMISSION MERCHANTS . ft ^ S ^ olSSi ORDERS EXECUTED FOR — Ox-Ain dte Provisions n ^ a ^ i ¦ ¦ * DO HOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY . 9100 Invested now in grain or provisions will make handsome profits . Conditions warrant higher prices and they are bound to come . Write for our book Successful Speculation sent FREE...
FIVE STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
FIVE STOCK MARKET I Estimated Receipts . Cattle - - 30 , 000 Hogs - - 43 , 000 Sheep- -28 , 000 Big Flood of Half-fat And Common Cattle on Market . Advances of Last Week Lost on Most all Grades . Butcher Cows and Heifers Slow and Lower . Bulls Steady . Small Trade in Stockers and Feeders . Prices are Easier . tetter Quality Noticed in the Supplies of Hogs Today . rade Slow to Start But Prices Were About Steady . oo Many Sheep and I Lambs to Sustain I Prices . I General . I Union Stock Yards , 8 p . tn ., Tan . 9 . | Receipts for today compared with a peek ago show an Increase of 13 , 030 eattle , kn aer-aseo-14 , 000 hogs andan . a-ireaaeof 8 , 00 u sheep . Compared with a year ago the receipta ¦ how a increase of lO . OOOcattle . an increase of 6 , 000 hogs and an increase of 2 , 000 sheep . Receipts at Chicago Block Tarda for 1001 to date , including today s estimate with comparative figures : CARL ! BOOS »¦&gt;!&gt; BOM- * . CAM 1 K 2 .... l &amp; fU 190 ....
LEADERS OF KANSAS . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
LEADERS OF KANSAS . Men Who Think and Do Things are in Session at the State Capitol . STATE BOARD AGRICULTURE AT TOPEKA . The Shorthorn Men and Improved Stock Breeders Meet to Confer on best Ways and Means . fField Correspondence Chicago DAILY LIVE STOCK WOULD . ] TOPEKA , Kans ., Jan . 6-This is to be a strenuous week at Topeka . From every corner of the Snnfiower state live stoclt men arc flocking thither to participate in the annual gatherings of the state Board of Agriculture a . id the Kansas Improved Stock Breeders Association . Nor will tiie attendance be confined to Kansas . Tha home of Secretary Coburns Hulpf ul Han and The Beef Steer and Her Sister , for every state in the west is represented in the throng filling the capitol carriuors . The gathering will be a notable one , men of national reputation bslng on the programme and every current live stock and aertcuUuraltopic Is tobe threshed out . Kansas phenomenal progress In feeding is not an accident and these organizatio...
1 "About the "Best . " f [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
1 About the Best . f 4 Kansas City , Mo ., Dec . 21 , 1901 . b 4 Editor Chicago Live Stock World : —I wish you ^ 4 would send me a cipy or copies of the Live Stock k J World containing- the live stock census by states . L j Your paper was tbe only one , so far as I have observ- T 2 ed , that published these interesting tables , and I let F ^ the papers get away from me . V 4 If my judgment is good for anything , I would fc 4 state that in my mind the Live Stock World is just k A about the best thing in the business . It is really al- ^ J most as good as the Drovers Telegram , and you know T j that is saying a whole lot . £ ^ Thanking you for the favor and wishing you all r 4 sorts of success , in addition to tbe compliments of ? A the season , lam , Yours truly , k 2 Walter P . Neff , L J Managing Editor KansasClty Drovers Telegram . T •????????? -r ??? • *» ????? #
FARMERS' COW TESTS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
FARMERS COW TESTS Entries Being Received for the First Year s Recording of Milking Qualities . Entries are being * received : for the Farmers Cow Class at the International next year . the U . S . Y . &amp; T . Co . having offered $ 1 , 060 in special premiums . These prizes will be awarded on the merits of milk and butter production of the cow and beef merits of the calf and will be confined to tbe beef breeds . The dairy record of the cow is to cover a period of not less than nine nor more than twelve months during which time not less than three one week tests for a nine months period shall be mado by a duly authorized - representative of the State Agricultural Experiment Station of tbe state in which the cow is owned , these tests to be made at intervals of not less tban two months , at option of the Experiment Station without notice to the owner . In awarding the prises in this class the rating shall be 83 ^ per cent on the individual excellence of the cow , 33 % per cen...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
THE CHICAGO LIVE STOCK WORLD Entered at Chicago Post OSes as Beeo-d-Olast Matter . By HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY , A 8 HLEICH C . HALLIWELL . Pres . and Editor . WILL F . BAUM . Treas . and Gen . Mgr . ROBERT BEBB , V-Proa MEMBERS OP STAPf- INCIUDE * . V . A . Hartman . J . E . Poole , F . H . Baum . F . D . Faust , THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . SUBSCRIPTIONS ! D-l-T , OXK TEAn - - $ 4 . 00 MON . AND TOURS ., 1 TEAa $ 1 . 50 SIX MONTHS . 2 . 00 CMOS . . 75 TUBKE MOVrnS • 1 . 00 3 . 50 ONE MONTH » . 50 THURSDAYS ONLT • 1 . 00 OFFICES : IS and 16 EXCHANGE AVE , • Union Stock Tarda leng Distance Phone , Yard * 857 . - Xegistered Csbls Addreii , Stockworld , Chicago . MONDAY , JANG . 1902 .
Kansas Tush . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
Kansas Tush . HIIERE is something about Kansas that keeps things on the move . The people of the Sunflower state do not rest upon their oars or vainly plume themselves upon the winning of past laurels . The true Kansan realizes that the past will take care of itself ; he is quite willing to .. let the dead past bury its dead . His motto is to Act , act in the living present , heart within and God o erhead . The paragraphers , the funny penny-a-liners , are always taking shots at Kansas . One time they will poke fun at Sockless Simpson , another at Carrie Nation ; then at Pfeffer s whiskers or something else , but Kansas , like John Browns soul , goes marching on just the same . . The most important work being done by the great state is represented by the live stock and agricultural men who are in annual conference at Topeka this week . | . With such a leader as Secretary F . D . Coburn , the author of The Beef Steer and His Sister , The Helpful Hen , and all sorts of other up-to-dat...
Uhe Social Side . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
Uhe Social Side . EOROTHY DEE , in her last article in our Household-Homefold department , says some good wholesome things about the need of ideas to lighten and brighten rural farm life . Dorothy thinks people are instructed enough in how to make corn go eighty bushels and to -TT ^ tfgs ready to butcher at smallest cost , biit not enough about how to make the work of the women folks less like drudgeiiy and how to increase rural sociability . | You are on the right track , sister , and * w » want you to keep it up . • However , it isnt that we have too much eighty-acre corn , and nine-months porker instruction and baby beef lore , but that we do not have enough of how to have still better times after these problems have been solved .
• Shorthorn Men Stirring Vhem -seltJes . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
• Shorthorn Men Stirring VhemseltJes . rORTHORN men are smarting under just criticism of the poor showing made by them in fat cattle at the reScent Chicago show , where doddies and whitefaces managed to secure honors at tke expense of the reds , whites and roans . Now that they are alive to the importance of the carcass test Shorthorn men may be depended on to break into the front rank . The Shorthorn men came to the front in the fine stock sales of the year in great shape .
• • Generous Commendation . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
• • Generous Commendation . ; v The following generous notice by tho Farmers Guide ¦ Ot Huntington , Indiana , is very kind Indeed : m - The brightest , cleanest and most readable live stock I -market paper published in this country is the LIVE STOCK ? WORLD , published at Union Stock Yards , Chicago , and 9 * edited by a broad minded , large hearted , public-spirited m / gentleman whom to know Is to admire—Ashlelgh C . HalllZ ; well . The LIVE STOCK WORLD is a large four to eight page T . daily paper which every breeder and feeder should read if f : he would keep posted on the greatest live stock market in • - the world . Write Mr . Halliwell tor sample copies of his I pnner .
W-eflecttons of a Bachelor . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
W-eflecttons of a Bachelor . What a woman loves ls to her at once beautiful and noble . No woman wants to know anything ; all she needs Is to believe . The way to get the true value of money is not to get the money . Lots of men who would never dream of Jumping off a sixteenstory building , go into politics without the slightest qualms . Ita the man who says he believes women should have the right to vote who raises the celling off the dining room if once ia a month ahe haa the breakfast that she lllj-es ,., ¦ ; - . Just abont the time yon feel sure yon have made a woman nnderataad all abont bar -KiMt 6 r « l _ G-MMjiito « aB you with the sweetest smile in the world if Ite aqpm __ -3 ail ^ nto the bar . — -ftwYorkPn-k .,..-.
Quit Ma-VericKjng . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
Quit Ma-VericKjng . FOR the most part our brothers and sisters in the journalistic Held have been exceedingly kind to us and generously give credit for matter originating in this paper . Some of the folks however , probably cannot realize how much original stnS we are grinding out . Some of them very likely think that because ours ls so young a sheet that it must be chiefly made np with scissors and paste pot . • Some of our Kansas and Nebraska and fartherwest exchanges have taken aa mnch as a solid page of talks and interviews and epsclai articles prepared for and flrat exclusively printed in the LIVE STOCK WOBLD . . To be sure we would rather have snch matter given this wider circulation even without credit than not to be reprinted , because it s good stuff , bnt we do not feel that fair credit detracts any from the value of a good article . If you see anything in the Lira STOCK WOBLD worth eribhtog •&gt;• : that Isnt credited to somebody else it a oura ,
What Che Labu Decides . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
What Che Labu Decides . Prepared Expressly for the LIVB STOCK WOBLD . T ,, . A ? . t ? ual , ; f tw- ** the Herd Law , or Free Ranfe Law , of Oklahoma , creates two great divisions of the territory . In the eastern portion the law prohibits stock from running at large , unless permitted by a vote of the people in established dull . ., . 8 law the 8 u P * e « ne court of Oklahoma holds , Is constitutional , case of Addlngton against Canfleld . The provisions of this statute , the court goes on to say , have given rise to many disputes and misunderstandings . Both cattle raisers and homesteaders have been wrongly advised as to their rights under the law , and much bad blood and 111 feeling have been engendered . There is no necessity for this condition . The law is ample to protect both classes , and each should submit to It and observe its provisions so long as the legislature deems it prudent to lot it remain . The purpose of the free range law Is to enable persons engaged in the st...
f From President pf the Corn J Groteiers * Association . k [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 6 January 1902
f From President pf the Corn J Groteiers * Association . k ? Editor DAILT LIVE STOCK WOULD : —Through the kind- 4 § ness of some one &lt; I have received your valuable paper for A • some months . I have become so attached to it I fear I a I could not do without It , so find enclosed $ 3 , for which date 9 T me ahead one year . E . E . C-ESTBR , Champaign , 111 . A Southwestern Cattle tProspects . Editor DAILY LIVE STOCK WOULD : —I have Just made a trip over the Triangle of railways which describe the cattle ; ranges of Texas and New Mexico embracing the Ft . Worth and Denver The Texas Pacific and the Pecos Systems and takes in the Great Piano Estacado or the Staked Plains of Texas and New Mexico embraced In this territory west of the Animal Industry Bureau Quarantine Linss which msander from where it enters Texas on tho eastern border of Wilbirger County leaving abovo and west of the line on their border Knox , Haskell , Jones , Fisher , Scurrv Mitchell , West Tom Green , Up...