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Mumford ' s Inquisition , [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

Mumford s Inquisition , BBRY recently Prof . Mumford , the livestock expert at the Illinois experiment station mailed to about one thousand Illinois cattle feeders a category of questions calculated to extract from them Aiuch information regarding the feeding methods they are pursuing , his announced intention being to collaborate and publish the answers . This inquisition promises to have good results . Cattle feeding to be successful and profitable must be divorced from the time-honored corn-hauling method , and as Prof . Mumford is endeavoring to get the experienced men who have been and are making money his collaboration will be valuable for reference purposes and as an educational agent . * It is to be hoped that the feeders of the state will lose no time in forwarding their answers to the savant at Urbana air the rank and file of cattle feeders are hungry lor information of this nature .

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FOOD FO * R THOVGHT . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

FOOD FO * R THOVGHT . I believe that God is here , and that wo are as near Him now as we ever shall be . I do not believe he started this world a-going and went away and left it to run itself . I believe in the sacredness of the human body , this transient dwellingplaco of a living soul , and so I deem it the duty of every man and every woman to keep his or her body beautiful through right thinking and light living . I believe in salvation through economic , social and spiritual freedom . I believe we are now living in eternity as much as we ever shall . I believe the best way to prepare for a future life is to be kind , live one day at a time , and do the work you can do the best , doing it as well as you can . I believe there is no devil but fear . I belieye that no one can harm you but yourself . I believe that we are all sons of God , and it doth not yet appear what we shall be . I believe in every man minding his own business . I believe that men are inspired today as much as m...

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Litle Interviews On Live Stock Topics . - —— - „ _ [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

Litle Interviews On Live Stock Topics . - —— - „ _ Doggone that bunch for a lot of sunnsh , remarked the feeder man somewhat sajragely as lie made one of tho offending bovine specimens tho target of about a quart of Hobo They tincture of tobacco ejected with commenDiscriminate . dnble precision from his cavernous mouth . • Doggone era , anyhow , he repeated by way of emphasizing his iro wliioa fairly coagulated about his person . Eating too much ? Yes , doggone em , an they aint sellin ho replied . Time was when these fellers from the country would butt in here and buy anything in the shape of a feeder provided it was cheap . I didnt know theyd changed their dope and here I am with a lot of these skins on ray hands . Uster !> u theyd gobble np tho low priced stuff , but nnw-a-days they look as wisa as a packing house buyer ar . cl ; . ; ivc us toiler . * a lot o ; rot about dressing , percentages , and putting on meat in tin right place . S . iy , wouldnt it upset you ? T...

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Small Leaks [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

Small Leaks BY AUXT MAY IN THE FARM JOURNAL . Hanging tho wash upon . the line during a heavy windstorm to be frayed out or torn in pieces . Milking streams of milk outside the pail . Allowing the bread to burn while baking It . Breaking the glassware by pouring hot water on it . Patching old clothes that should go into the rag bag . Overturning the ink bottle on the tablespread . Throwing new pieces of cloth into the paper and rags . Occaslonly throwing out a teaspoon in the dish-water . Using napkins for holders , dish-cloths or wiping towels . Neglecting to keep tho potatoes where tlioy will not freeze . Spending time in thinking what to do next instead of doing It . Smoking or chewing tobacco that should be used to kill insects . Using every small board about the premises for kindling the tire Letting the suckers grow upon the apple tress year after year . Spattering water ou the hot lamp chimneys and thus breakng them . Neglecting to drive the one nail that will savo tho fence ...

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•* - —~ z - T : ° *>*«« i »< l . ^ > ^ END OF POTTS SAL . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

•* - —~ z - T : ° *&amp;gt;*«« i »&amp;lt; l . ^ &amp;gt; ^ END OF POTTS SAL . Average at Ycstcrdnv s « i .. IM , Disposal at I ^ xt ^ i -: 1 ^ Was $ l-28 . ( i ( i . The combination sale ofst ,,..,... tie under the management &amp;lt;&amp;gt; : v-, . ««• at Dexter Park was ended i , v , ¦ I I &amp;gt; Judy last night . The aver ^ {« Sales of the afternoon w ;&amp;gt;&amp;gt; - .- l ; - 5 &amp;gt; fj -. Forge in the Forest , ealvi- 1 i » . , WW-F . H . Bunke ^ liro !^ . # McKinley calved A )) ril aV V . „ ,. Clms Adent , Crown Point , j , , 1 * M &amp;gt; .-Wm . Scott , Onuu ! utwi Fancy , calved Scut . 2 , 18 M _( • ;; 2 » lilodgott .. I . lnjJ—^ I * . Whistling Uufua , calved * ii . . . { . J {;; , ; 1 !« ,. _ F , reiMcConneU *»«** - » .. a „ Pearl sPndc ,-Jas . Murphv , tiw ( ..,, 8 Maggie , calved May 3 ? , ls iiii . H . j ;; . *» Wcishaar . • • La gy «« , ay . calved Dee . lO , J 9 i ) i IV I 0 W . Brown r Gondola , calved May 21 . la i i...

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oi the in of Fear the Land-SharKs . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

oi the in of Fear the Land-SharKs . ^ tutors two Dakotas view an expected heavy Immigration this spring few land-sharks will embrace the opportunity to place people on worthless land a ? they did during the boom of 25 years ago . Says one writer on the topic : Whoaver is instrumental in getting an immigrant to take up poor land is guilty of a crime not only against humanity , but against the welfare of the state . Such a location means usually a long , unavailing struggle , with failure at the end—a half-fed family , with the poor-house always in sight . Yet land companies and speculators are busy in trying to settle immigrants on just sucli worthless lands . It would be a public benefit if some agency could be established for furnishing accurate information as to the quality of every unoccupied section in the state . The results to the commonwealth of such intelligent direction of the human currant now pouring in upon us would be of tho highest value .

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* StocK tn the 'BlacK Hills . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

* StocK tn the BlacK Hills . Sheepman are flocking to tho Black Hill section of South Dakota . It is estimated that the wool clip for this season will amount to nearly half a million pounds of wool for tho southern Black Hills districts . Nearly as many Angora sheep are going in ar the common breed . This animal has thrived better than expected on the buffalo grass of the Hills ranges and since Augora wool is worth more than twice as much as common wool there la much more money in the Angora breed . It is said that Eugene Holcomb , one of the largest cattle owners in that part of the Hilla , wlU this sprint more most of his stook upon a range la Montana . He intends to put aooati ^ toa head of sheep on the el * Blaek Hills rang * .

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k . ocky Mountain Winter . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

k \ . ocky Mountain Winter . This winter has been unusually mild In the Rocky Mountain states . No snow has fallen to remain on the ground In the foothill ranges and plains east of the Rockies , and very little on the western slopes . Much of the livestock is yet on the range or meadow pastures , looking well and keeping healthy . Wyoming had two snow storms early in December that were unusually severe for that season of the year . The first came on suddenly , but livestock was in good condition , and the loss was relatively small . Subsequent warm weather has cleared the snow from the lower ranges . Utah people have actually been complaining of unseasonably warm weather and dusty roads , and some stockmen in that state are becoming anxious in regard to next season s ranges . However , there is plenty of time for an ample fall of snow , while it is almost a certaiuty that spring rains will give life and growth to tho grass . A late spring is predicted .

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0 , yi Pressing 'Railroad JVeed . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

0 , yi Pressing Railroad JVeed . BLL the principal railroad companies maintain industrial departments . The functions of these- are to attract and locate industries along the lines . A man contemplating the erection of a onehorse factory is treated with every consideration , provided with transportation and ptherwise courted . Railroad managers are $ ver on the alert to create traffic and build tip tho territory traversed by their roads , Jience the expense of maintaining expensive industrial departments is justifiable But ? railroad managers have persistejtf £ yianoreatLhegrea £ iive stook industry and continue to do so . The live stock Yft $ SfiB ? llF $ i 0 desires to make suggestions to ft S ^ Q XQBJ S . company or secure concessions uttta BO official to whom he can talk . Each of the big companies should maintain a department devoted exclusively to the promotion of the live stock industry . It would pay . Walter Young , of Galesville , Wis ., talking to a Live Stock World man y...

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Farm Implements The Question Box [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

Farm Implements The Question Box A subscribsrof t i 3 Lira Sroos Wr &amp;gt; : iLD writes as follows : Would you dare open your Columns to a discussion of the merits and defects of farm machinery ? Dont do it without due consideration of the results . Dont do it because I ask it . But if you can see your way clearly to such a discussion , reserving the right to clip or refuse any or all communications , you would certainly do us farmers a great good . One ironclad rule should be at the top of the department that nothing would be considered excepting from bona-ilde subscribers . That would shut off implement manufacturers from free advertising . You seem to be so progressive I thought perhaps you had the desire to enlighten us on all branches of our business and I notice the comparison of ideas . as regards handling and feeding stock has been well started , the next questions are bow to raise the feed stuffs , and necessarily the best and most improved machinery has got to be con...

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LITTLE v ? vg LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

LITTLE v ? vg LETTERS ^—&amp;gt; ^ AA ^ AAAAJI A * * l LIVE STOCK WORLD Readers are £ f invited to write about live stock ? 4 and crop conditions and prospects ; % 2 about feeds and feeding ; the price L J of land ; about the number of pure A bred oattle , hogs , horses , sheep or k ^ goats ; about farm machinery , seedi f * i etc . Readers arc also invited to V d ask any questions about live stock } A diseases . k . A write te us and do It IfOW . L »????????????• Harmon , Illinois . Editor DAILY LIVI STOCK WORLD :- The crops are good on bottom land , high ground poorer ; fat cattle searee . -sboats poor oa eeeouat of high-priced corn ; some hogs yet to market ; rough feed scarce ana high , crop * fair ; corn 30 oats 35 bu per acre . Land oav boom selling from tM to $ 90 per acre aad renting for f » per acre ; potatoes | LM pee be , hay $ 10 X per tos , oat straws . 17 far tea , oats 40 e per be , corn 6 es par baw J . R . MoCormiek . Christian Co III . Miter DAIIT Lira STICK WO...

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* fhort of Horses . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

* fhort of Horses . M ontana is short of horses . During the past year 100 , 000 have been shipped from the state . The British call for mounts for South Africa has resulted in thousands of head of stock leaving the state . The resnlt Is that there are now fewer horses In this state than ever before ; indeed , there are no large bands , and unless there Is a movement of horses to Montana from the South , there is certain to be a horse famine in this state next year . Before the bottom fell out of the horse market a cayuse could be seen on every hill . Today it is possible to drive for fifty miles across the country without seeing ahorse . o

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ffo Corn to 'Burn . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

ffo Corn to Burn . HH . EAP corn is not to be expected for a long time to come no matter how bountiful the crop of 1902 may be . The granaries of the world are empty and old corn in the feeding districts will be a scarce article next winter . At the same time the country is full of cattle and the demand for pork sufficient to justify raisers in raising more hogs than ever . Several bountiful crops of corn will be needed to glut the market with that cereal .

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young Cattle tn Dakota . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

young Cattle tn Dakota . A . large number of young cattle from eastern and southern points have been taken into Soulh Dakota during the past year riie number of cars of this stock unloaded at Chamberlain bv the Milwaukee Company last year was 5 * 3 . As thsse yoanir cattle aggregating 21 , 809 head , averaged about ? 20 per head laid down at Chamberlain , it is shown that almost 8500 , 030 worth of voumr cattle have been placed upon the ranges tributary to Chamberlain during the year , in addition to the natural increase

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in Jieed A Good Corn Crop . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

in Jieed A Good Corn Crop . ruLureprospects- Northern Arkansas and Southern Missouri depend on next years corn crop . IE it is a good one and feed becomes plentiful once more all will be well . Reports of starvation conditions existing in this territory are denied although the present situation is admittedly very bad .

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Land Enjoying a 'Boom . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

Land Enjoying a Boom . Pocahontas County , Iowa , is the scene of a land boom . Eastern parties are the main buyers , and they have left orders to buy all the farms they can get at $ 65 to $ 75 per acre . Seventeen years ago land was bsgging for buyers at from $ 7 to § 10 per acre bnt it is now almost impossible to get a man to sell at the above high range of prices . o —

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I SERIAL ST 0 RY . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 20 February 1902

I SERIAL ST 0 RY . 1 Amm ^^^ ss ^**^**^**^* , ^^^^^^^^^^*^*^^* , ^** . ^^***^* , ^^^^^^* «* BjBfL 1 Written For tShe LIVE ~ TTOCK . WO * RLV . g HOME l / t VUI / fTER . I » T PRASK TVALCOTT ITCTT , in Farm Journal . The cold has not embittered all The world that lingers in its thrall , Nor have the storms hid every place Where smiles a calm , contented face . Through blinding snows we follow still The spotless higway oer the hlll | And you and I know many a path That home s complete enchantment hath , As from the main road , now and then , We find at last the old home glen . Come , you who brave lifes storms , who know A colder world than all the snow , What deep , warm corner of your heart Lights up a shrine that time nor art Nor fames wild fire nor failures shade Can sacrilegiously invade ? Surely there lingers sweetly there A sister thought , a sister prayer , A keepsake , or a kindly plea For home , wherever home may be . EQUAL jOTNERS By HOWARD FIELDING . Copyright , 1901 . by ...

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