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THE HORSE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
THE HORSE MARKET Receipts of horses this week will foot up , approximately 8 , 088 against an official total of 8 , 134 last week and 3 , 031 for the same week a year ago . A year ago at this time , however , tbe horse market was being boomed by a series of special sales by the commission men which swelled the receipts considerably . Of all the live stock received at this market horses are thc only ones to show a decrease from last year and the reason for this is as stated above . The reocelpta of horses for the year thus far are 17 , 66 _ against 17 , 946 for the same period a year ago , showing a decrease of 888 . Early In tbe week tlte market showed the effects of light buying of the eastern representatives , but later , with the lifting of tiie snow blockade at all eastern points tbe increased buying from these quarters : gave a buoyancy to the trade which made tbe market more active than last week and resulted in an almost perfect clearance . There is an increased inquiry for 1...
ROUND-UP IS OVER [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
ROUND-UP IS OVER Illinois Demands Teaching of Agriculture in Public Schools . A COMMITTEE IS NAMED To Present a Bill to the Legislature At Itr * ext Session . SI ECIAI , COM g DESCE OF THE LIVE / •«• i WOULD . Js — RocxroRi / ff Feb . 21 . —With a ringing demand $ ¦ legislature for the introduction / £ orough study of the elementary v § ss of agriculture in the public sch / * d authorizing the President to ap i committee to draft and present ai &gt; that effect , the seventh annual W p of the Illinois Farmers Institute came to a close this afternoon The auditorium of the Grand Opera House was crowded to the doors , a majority of tbe counties in the state being represented in the audience . Adjournment was reached after singing in a chorus the popular refrain : God be with you till we meet again , By bis counsels guide , uphold you , With his sheep securely fold you , God be with you till we meet again . That tt was the most successful institute ever beld in Illinois was gene...
LESS HOGS MOVING [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
LESS HOGS MOVING Shrinkage of Over One Hundred Thousand From Last Week . MONDAYS SAG STOPPED HOGS An Insignificant Falling off in Total Cuttle ut Five Points , But Chicago Full Up to Last Week . There has been a shrinkage in the vol * umc of hogs at principal market centers this week that is fully as marked as was the increase of last week , the falling off at live markets amounting to considerably more than 100 , 000 head , compared with last week and the number is around 40 , 000 less iban were received at thc same poinis for the like period last year . In trade circles here there has been more or less talk of late that thc country has the situation pretty well in hand , and that hogs will be held back whenever the Chicago price gets below a iO country basil for thc standard grades , and the hog move * ment of the last two weeks has beea strongly suggestive that there Is something iu this talk . It is not Ukely that any other cause than the break in Chicago prices on the Monday ma...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
THE CHICAGO UVE STOCK WORLD Ectsrad at Chicago Fost Offioe as Second-Class Mattar . By HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY , AtHLEICH C . HALLIWELL , Pres . and Editor . WILL F . BAUM . Treas . and Can . Mgr . KOBERT BEBB , V-Pras MCMaena cr srarr INCLUDE : V . A . Hartman . J . E . Poole , F H . Baum . F . P . Faint . THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . SUBSCRIPTIONS : CAJI . Y , ONTTTMR - • fJ . OO MoX . AJJI &gt; TnCUI ., 1 TEAU 11 . 50 MXMllSTIW - 2 . 00 CrMOi . . 7 ;« Tinii : i : MONTHS • I . i 0 a . 50 OXK MONTH - . 5 J TurusnATS ONLT - MO CJISICES : IS end 15 EXCHANGE AVE ., . Union Sort Tarli . leng EUtasce Ihc . uo , Yards 857 . • Kegistered Cabb Adlr . u , Stcckworld , Chicago . SATUKDAY , FEH . 22 , 1902 ,
Jl Day to 'Remember , [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
Jl Day to Remember , HEBHI T ARY 22 is the birthday of the man who was first in war , first in peace , and first in the Jiearts of his countrymen . The day should he reverently commemorated . Let those who would emulate the example of Washington remember that the great man esteemed it a greater thing to be great in peace than in war , and that to deserve the credit of being first in the hearts of his countrymen would have been liis greatest ambition . Thc path by which he reached greatness was in unflinchingly doing his duty .
f tnaxtne Ji Watl Jfot an Argument . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
f tnaxtne Ji Watl Jfot an Argument . ¦• A . Kivjt ; L papers compiam nog yfjjf supply is not properly distributed . The Kansas City Drovers Telegram says : The distribution of supplies and its consequences should produce a change in the manner of marketing , but ifc will not . The total supply would have brought higher prices if 20 , 000 of Chicago receipts could have been parcelled out among other jxrints . As Chicago is paying more than the other markets this sounds more liko a wail than an argument .
JIre We VorK Eaters ? [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
JIre We VorK Eaters ? SHE United States has been called a beef-eating nation , but as a matter of fact we are a pork-eating people . Fresh pork is growing more popular with the great middle class each succeeding year . This is attested by the present demand for fresh cuts in the eastern industrial centres where comparative prosperity exists and everybody save a solitary vegetarian here and there , is eating meat . n The seed grafter is abroad : beware of hirh . He isa veritable gold-brick artist in plausible disguise . His stock comprises buffalo grass seed , corn 1000 years old taken from an Aztec tomb and . of wonderful productiveness , wheat taken from a Nile pyramid , wonderful forage grass of drouth-resisting qualities from the Sahara desert . Keep the shotgun handy and the &lt; log within whistle sound when he puts in in an appearance , for he is a difficult incliyidual to discourage . But get rid of him at any cost . Ambassador White has discovered that the Germans ov...
CREAT & HOVGHT . S . Helpful Ideas . PBMaaHHMnHHHaHi ^ MaMaaBWBHHHHBM ^ HI ^ BlH ^ H ^ B ^^^ M [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
CREAT &amp; HOVGHT . S . Helpful Ideas . PBMaaHHMnHHHaHi ^ MaMaaBWBHHHHBM ^ HI ^ BlH ^ H ^ B ^^^ M Demand forgetfulness when yovi can pnly think of a person or of anything with the pain that comes of grief , anger , or for any cause . Demand is a state of mind fvhich . sets in motion forces to bring you ihe result desired . Demand is the scientific basis of prayer . Do not supplicate . Pemand persistently your share of force oNit of the elements about you , by which jfrou ean tfule your mind to any desired tnood . —Prentice Mulford . . o According to current reports every other man in the range country is an agent of the British government horse hungry . It begins to look as though the Newspaper fraternity is overworking this jaumerous individual . Western Kansas land on which the owners woiild not pay taxes five years ago is now worth $ 3 to § 15 an acre . The toeople who migrated with the drouth Shade a mistake by not remaining and adapting themselves to local conditions ^...
Testing Seed Corn Don't Take Chances . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
Testing Seed Corn Dont Take Chances . In order to ascertain the quality of sood corn raised u : i-. l . r Uie various condition J prevailing In Illinois daring the mummer of 1001 , ami alao of olrl seed corn , tho Cil . ejo of Agriculture , University of Illinois , will t ? st tiie vitality of thi . s weeil • . • mm . To ¦ lo this ai qulukly and ns thoroughly as i » ojsilili \ tHe coopdiwUou of the corn growers of the state will b _ ueesssary . All samples ior testing must lis sent m buforc April lat . Select tlie samples as follows : Prom various parts uf the e .-ib or bin taka thirty-live caw making no effort to secure cither good or bsdeaiM . However , avoid Wi ; atli _ ri ) entcn or rotten cars . From each ear take thru kernels from separate rows , take Trom one row about an inch irom the tip , one from the * middle , and ono about an inoli from tho butt . This will make a total of one kuudre . 1 aad iive kernels . Kindly answer the following questions : 1 . What is the name of ...
tSK nira urenreiuctrco ui JVebrasKa Is Wealthy . * tf _ - »_ . _ 1 . J !* ______ __« - ____ . __ . _ Xmam . ~ m ~ . # [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
tSK nira urenreiuctrco ui JVebrasKa Is Wealthy . * tf _ - »_ . _ 1 . J !* ______ __« - ____ . __ . _ Xmam . ~ m ~ . # i &gt;_ rur _ » nas more KIDK ueposiu . » - prosperity than ever before in tho state . Tho tolal deposits In all banks , state and national , aggregate 87 million dollars , an average of $ 79 for every inhabitcnt of the state . Fifty-six millions are in the national banks and 31 millions in the state banks . Tho loans and discounts exceed 66 millions . The surplus lield by the state bank * is $ 1 , 209 , &lt; ° 00 and the national banks M . MW . OOO . Undivided profits for the year were 91 , 700 , 009 for the stat ; banks and 11 , 300 , 000 for the national . The total deposits exceed those of a year ago or auy other year by 15 tuillo . is . *_ . . *
Feeding Field Peas To Colorado Lambs [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
Feeding Field Peas To Colorado Lambs THERE is always something new in the way of feeds and feeling . That is there is new application or adaptation of old ideas . Colorado sheep and lamb feeders have for years bought corn in Kansas and Nebraska and shipped it to their feed lots and in combination with alfalfa made good fat stock . There is nothing new about feeding peas in Canada or in Europe , but pea feeding is a new thing in Colorado . The past year Syl ro iter Bros ., of Monte Vi ; ta , Colorado , raised 530 acres of Canadian field psas by irrigation , and when it c . . me time to harvest the crop they simply turned S , 030 lambs upon the pea fields aud let them do tho rest . The peas were used to take the place of lioth corn and alfalfa , the vines being eaten for roughness . One might think the animals might over eat , but Mr . Sylvester informed the L IVE STOCK WOKLU that ; only one animal out oi 8 , 00 ? lwcaine foundtr jd . The lambs flourished and made good gains , and . s...
Oldest Map of Iot _* a . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
Oldest Map of Iot _* a . Daniel Ford of of Des Moines claimos possession Of theoldest map of lo . va . It is dated 1844 av . d was bought by his father in a book store in Staunton , Virginia , in 1 S 53 . It was published in Connecticut . This liiap was evidently published from the first government survey—probably in 1 S 4 C—or earlier . Des Moines is not down on it . Neither is Keokuk , norOttumwa . The oniy town on tlio Des Moines river is Keosanrpia , spelled Kesaquen St . Franaisville , in Clark county , Misso Jri , is on it . Ths iifdst western town is Fairiield . The most northern is Prairie La Porte , at the mouth of Turkey river . There is on this map what we never saw on a map of Iowa before . It ia the neutral ground . Thia territory is laid off as follows : The southern line of it commences where Allamakee station now stands on Mississippi river . It runs in a southwestern direction fov ab . iut 15 m . lei to tho Clayton county line . It then beiirs almost south ior absut...
Insects Injurious to Sugar'Beet . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
Insects Injurious to SugarBeet . A monograph on Insects Injurious to the Sugar Beet , published last year by Professor Forbes of the University of Illinois by Bulletin 60 of the Experiment Station , and also in his Tenth Report as State Entomologist may bo had on application to Professor Forbes . OTest your seed corn . This is a good way to do it . Place two thicknesses of blotting paper in the bottom of a Jar , put lu enough water to soak the paper , place the corn on the paper and cover up the jar . In a few days the fertile germs will sprout and give an excellent idea of tlie value of the corn for seed . ¦ ¦
LITTLE- v » N « LETTSRS . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
LITTLE- v » N « LETTSRS . ¦ J M _ * m .-m . __ JI ^ -aA . *&gt;¦¦* % . ** .- **• tt 3 aV j Liv ^ Srncs WiiKi . n Vlf . . tVr . s : . ro ^ 3 invited to wriio alnr . it , live stock j ? ^ and crop conditions sui . l prospects ; p ^ ab .-mt fooJnand fJodius : the prico r \ gj of land ; aboc ? . the njmbjr of pure ^ A bred catt tc , hogs , h . ivs ^ s , sheep or jv Tj g . nU ; abnat farm liiai . hinery . sov-ds j . % ela . Rein ! ers are ; tlso invited to V ^ ask any questions about live stock y A dissasen . •„ £ . ¦ \ Wviteto . is anddoit NOW . t . ^ ¦ j \ % rite to usana Co it « m &gt; . K . «? yyv ^ vv v ^ w a Wants His live SiocK . World . Montrose . S . 15 . Editor , DATLX L . VK STOCK W OULD : — Having received no m . irk- ^ ts for this vrsi t fool rather lost . ,. If c . vi .-e . el by my conmission firm pfcvia B _ : id m piper anyhiw and w ; il sattle for saai . whea I go in with ray cattle eirlr in M irah . Like your paper very misit . Par-Ji : iri tre . Ym ; ca...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
CLASSIFIED ADVEHTI 5 EMENT 3 In this department will appear small advertisements not displayed . AU ads will be set in uniform style and classified under their proper heading ... Advertisemsnts under this heading will cost TWO CENTS a word for six insertions . For instance , if your ad contains 23 words it will cost you 50 cents for sixdava . No ads will bo inserted for less than 25 cents AND CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE ORDER . WANTED-HELP . AGENTS-A New Money Maker ; a household necessity , costs von 5 centssells for 25 cents . Agents making § 5 to $ 10 a day . Millions will be sold . You show what it will do and it sells itself . Beats everything else . Sample free . SUNDRY NOVELTY CO ., St . Louis , Mo .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
SHEEP DIPS . CREOGEN P &gt; P 1 ?! St snEEpWPaad e ?* x , disinfectant for houso snrt bnrnynrd purposes . Snn &lt; l for i-iivnlnrunil Ei ^ jfc -WlK Uilld ^ gg Pure Bred Seed Corii sent on approval 1 , 000 bu . Reid s YellowBent . Quality , maturity and highest germinating power . Only seed from well matured and carefully selected stock offered for sale . Endorsed by the Illinois College of Agriculture . Wo ship corn in ear , subject to approval . Write today for circular and prices . They are right . „ _ , .. G » M . RicuABceox . Buffalo Hart ( Sangamon Co ., ) IU .
Wool Gro-oers Meet . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 22 February 1902
Wool Gro-oers Meet . At Crawfordsville , Ind ., this week several hundred delegates and visitors arc attending tho annual meeting of ths Indiana Wool Growers association . C . S . Plumb of the Purdue University Experiment Station culled tlie gathering to order and delivered an ad . iress reviewing the prosi-ut situation and forecasting the future of tho Industry . Oth ^ r papers treating on various subjects of most interest to those engaged In tho industry were presented by prominent wool growers ot the state .