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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
LARGEST HERD REGISTERED SHORT HORNS IN THE UNITED STATES ^ __ * _ ££ iimKW * _ I have * or M le 60 Bulls ^ Ha ^ n ^ av from 10 to 30 months of - ^ a ^ a ^ Eati the low-down blooky , beefy ^ ^ H type . They are Crulok- _ m _____ mg _ j &amp; Shank and Craiok-Shank •^ na ^ Bsaaa topped . Very fine bolls . AMrtM ALBERT liARKAH , Nawtoa , la . Free Carriage to Farm . - BEFORE BUYING Hereford Cattle CONSULT B. A. HATHAWAY ROOM 145 EidiDge BMg „ U . S , Yards , CHICAGO . Owner PALOS SPRINGS HERD Headed by COXE Y 56613 . Bred Same as DALE . All orders for Blooded Stock given my personal attention . , , jM ^^ i ^ mh wk ^ imPm ^ . DOCTOR SWEANY The longest , established , mo 3 t successful and rellsble specialist li- diseases ol MEN WE CURE TO STAY CURED , NERVOUS DEBILITY VARICOCELE , HYDROCELE . STRICTURE . RUPTURE * BLOOD POISON KIDNEY ani URINARY DISEASES . Etc . and all reflex complications and associate diseases . To these maladies alone we have earnestly devoted tho booty oars...
QTHINGNEWFORHIM [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
QTHINGNEWFORHIM ohn Bull Always Ha 3 Dc . :-tad by Other Nations , C . . Chamberlain . a KES HIS SPLEUDID ISOLaTiW . i , n Times Commenta on the Proa * United States . .--. mm . Tin . 7 —In Peaking at BlrJff £ ?»«* Joseph Ch ^ S colonial secretary , referred J he aired and Jealousy of Great ? rit i » which is entertained abroad , „„! denled that this tvas due ; to the « - . Z of a particularly wicked gov rlont ife nonewthtogto , torv . he said , and *• must mainain our splendid isolation , suirounded mil supported by our colonial kins- oik • While fully admitting the neces- , Itv of finding new markets and keepji » abroast of modern times and metnX Chamberlain saw no sign of any jnmlaent or pressing danger to British trade . Toutheo on the Labor Question . Ho said : During the last five • ears we have enjoyed an absolutely iniwrollried condition of trade , and or tlif future the prospects are exwdinclv good . The colonial secrenry Ktrougly deprecated any attempt 01 tlif part of the ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
^ • • . T^ iliMBPYTHAT z ^ mrm *^ CTOEB LUMP JAW ^¦•¦ ¦ ¦ H ^ f ^ —¦ V air and watertight . ^ M BIT OF NUTRIENTS IN Ult THE CORN PLANT — 13 IN THE QRAIN . HOW TO 8 AVE JAM THE OTHER WM HOW TO BUILD m d \ u HOW TO FILL ¦© ¥ WHAT TO FILL WITH HO IV Kalamazoo Silo and Tank Co . KalMflazoo , Mich . SI LOO . I— : - • ¦ ... * IJr ^* , » ^ KM oas etas tajto ^ jwadrea that cannot baoarsala treat SM w thrMappltcatlons ol WS 2 JFLEMINGSl ^ LUMP JAW It to the one resi * a » -aq 3 t rdlei upon by • early all the promiatnt stovk raisers and shippers In America . COSTS NOTHING IF IT FAILS Ton boy tt and use Itunder a positive tniar . antee . Money back Hit should ever fall to cure . Eent everywhere by man . Price M , or three / bottles for 15 . 0 !) nSX—A valuabte Illustrate ! treatise on Lnmpiaw ami Its trjutinont , togrcther with tho reportatrom leaainr stoekuien . seiitrree o . i request toreAdersaj this paper . ornoa : + I 6 « S . Halstod St . FLEMING , BROS .. CHBMfSTS . Union Stock Yards , ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
^^^^^^ Sa ^^)| a $ a ^ = « sSe ^^ i ^ s &amp;^ Have You Raised Hogs Long Enough To know that hogs fsd on strong concentrated feed and rushed to maturity Mu 8 t Have Something to Destroy Worms and Stimulate and Aid Dififest , on !„ otiM to gei be 8 t re 9 „] t 3 VESEYS STAR ANTI-CHOLERA 8 natante 8 d to do this to your satisfaction or money refunded . Cares sick herds and pre vents disease . — gQ . OO PER DOZEN BOTTLES . $ 6 . 00 PER HALF DOZEN BOTTLES . Address : ™~ ™~ ™™™™— ANTI-OHOLERA CO . Union Stock Yards , - - - CHICAGO , ILL J ^^ ktM ^ S ^ kt ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^ I- . JJ , # T ^ M J &amp; Wmfc * ^ m f 3 tffofe W It * Ss &amp; FT5 Tk ^ esaBF * # MJ f IIftA . * ^\ w * * yi nfe &gt; . $ ] ft p | £ [ Im 15 ^ I, I- ^ . JI kt ^ ^^ mm-mmm ^ , The * Hog Cholera Season to Is of all 9 ^ Vi ^^*? ( , /^^ Nse * - ^ . v ^ al How successfully treat this dread disease a subject ab- ¦ w Sat ^ ^ r ^ V ftN vTNv ^ itl Jal sorWng interest to tho American farmer . mtmmYr...
PRIVATE CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
PRIVATE CONFERENCE between tho President and Ad miral Schley Takes Place by Appointment . 30 TAV 0 BD AS TO IT 8 MEANING Secretary Long Replies to Some Criticisms—Congress Open fos Business Again . TVasTifrigton , Jan . 7 . —Hoar Admiral chlcy culled at the White House yeserdny by appointment , and spent neary an hour in conference with tlio presiiVnt . The admiral refused to discuss he conversation , saying that It was of i personal character . The president also declined to iotimate the nature of the conference . Another Schley resolution was Introduced in the house yesterday by Representative Schirm , of Maryland . It provides an appropriation of $ 12 , 000 for bronze tablets commemorating six f ^ -eat naval victories , beginning with those of John Paul Jones In 1707 and closing with the battle of Santiago bay , Commo dore Winlield Scott Schley commanding , to lSt 8 . Long Replies to Critics . ~~ * An echo of the Schley inquiry has been a number of letters to Secretary Long criti...
NEELY'S TRIAL BEGINS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
NEELYS TRIAL BEGINS Indianian Who It Charged with Postoffice Skullduggery in Cuba . CLERI GIVES FACTS OF I 1 IF 0 BT « Referring to Defendant and SurCharged Stamp *—Reeves a Bad Witness for HtmselC rTavann , Jan . f . —At the con « nnnt ! on of the trials of the cases arising from the Cuban postoffice frauds In the audiencia court yesterday Senores Lanr . za and Desvernino appeared as counsel for Estes G . Rathbone . Upon the opening of the court last Saturday Rathbone was Informed by the Judges tlmt his counsel , Senores Lnnuza and Desvernino . had withdrawn from the case . Moya and Mascara , two Cuban stamp clerks , testified that they had received surcharged stamps from Charles F . W . Neely without making record thereof : that they had 6 old them and had given the money received therefor to Neely . The * two stamp clerks recalled about eighteen instances of 6 . uch payments , of about $ 100 each . Moya said that Neely made no secret of these transactions , ami that Neely s clerk...
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY $ 100 Invested now in grain or provisions will make handsome profits . Condi . tions warrant higher prices and they are bound to come . Write for oir IM , J Successful Speculation sent FREE . Oar customers have mado inouev tiw past year on our advice . All prollU payable on demand . a . ** . COMSTOCK St CO ., 23 TRADERS BUILDING . - - CHICAGO , ILL ,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 7 January 1902
H. H. CARR &amp; CO ., tai - «^ f il Commission Merchants . ** * 55 ? on So * 98 Board of Trade Bldg . • Chicago , HI . Sell Hay Cora on Buige $ L. C. Geahart , Membw ch a *» «- Commission Merchant , , phone - **¦*&gt; . »* STOCKS . GRAIN AND PROVISIONS ft * 3 / 8 * * gg 149 South Clark St , Chicago , HL and Grain . Banking House of Coleman &amp; Company DEALERS IN Stocks , Cotton and High Grade Investment Bonds Oronnd Floor , BialtO Building , Sherman and Van BorenSts ., CHICAGO , , , Hately Brothers , ^^ COMMISSION MERCHANTS . ^ J ^ J Bldg ^ cEl 1 , f ORDERS EXECUTED FOR _ J 1 p Grain « 5 fe Provisions S WT ^ JOHN MILLER , ESTABLISHED 1863 . H . W . S 3 l itr ^ Join Miller &amp; Co . 2 BW &lt;rtSl P . 5 T . HIDE 8 . SHEEP SKINS . GOAT SKINS . DEER SKINS . WOOL . TALLOW , FURS A ETC . We make ftrompt retuTdi a ? realize full market prices . Correspondence solicited write tor Price Lii Tags , Eta Commission in small lots 3 # , Gar lots 2 i % 1...
LIVE STOCK MARKET . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
LIVE STOCK MARKET . Estimated Receipts . Cattle - -15 , 500 Hogs - - 45 , 000 Sheep- - 18 , 000 The Best Grades of Beef Cattle Strong to 10 c Higher . Bulk of Medium and Common Quality , * Slow But Steady . _— —— y Large Proportion of She Stock , and the Market Slow . Fair Movement in The Feeder Trade at Steady Prices . Another Slow Day in Hogs With Values S to 10 c Lower . Sheep Were Steady . Lambs Active And Prices Stronger . General . Union Stock Yards , 8 p . m ., Jan . 8 . Receipts for today compared with a week ago show an increase of 4 , 000 oattle , an increase of 3 , 000 hogs and an increase of 10 , 000 sheep . Compared with a year ago tbe receipts show a decrease of 5 , 000 cattle , an increase of 2 , 000 hogs and an increase of 5 , 000 sheep . Receipts at Chicago Stock Yards for 1901 to date , Including todays estimate with comparative figures : CATTLS IOCS SBBB * SOUS * CABS 19 C « 76 . 186 m , m 103 . 218 I . J . 8 8 , 155 Mil .... M ) ,. i 8 -0-St M . U 2 I 1 , 178 8 ,...
BUTTERINE MENACED [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
BUTTERINE MENACED Looks as if Congress Would Pass 10 Cent Per lb . Tax . DAIRYMEN ARE CONFIDENT . Cattle . Men Have Made a Strong Fi g ht but Pr o speets Are Dubious . . Br JAMES E . POOLE . ( Special to CHICAGO LIVE STOCK Woni . n . ) TOI-I : KA , KAN ., Jan . 8 . —The cattle men have made a strong protest against the butterine fight In Congress , but the prospects seem to point to a victory for the dairymen unless the situation speedily changes . Secretary C . P . Martin of the National Live Stock Association , says the cattle men have done all that is possible to delay action this sessi m , but the dairymen seem to have the Senate and House committees and it looks as lf they would be able to pass the Tawney bill which places a tax of ten o ? nts per pound on oleo . » » • Kansas live stock men will insist on a state fair . This will be one demand formulated by the Improved Stook Breeders Association . • • • • A demand will also be made on the national government for reciprocity In...
DALE BRINGS $ 10 , 000 . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
DALE BRINGS $ 10 , 000 . The Sale of Perfection At $ 9 , 000 Yesterday Was the Spur . CHICAGO H O LDS TIIE RECO RD Highest Priced Hereford Bulls in Th c W o rld Sold at Dexter Park . Chicago holds the record . Dale sold here in 1900 at $ 7 , 500 Perfection , his EO . I , sold yestorday at Hardly had this greatest of H . vefcrl bull sales of all the world bton made until a new record was madc by private sale of Dale at ao , 000 . It was erroneousl y reported that Lord w llton had sold for 620 , 000 ln England . The man that made f . e bid was rfbtiu condition to bo accountable and did uot mate good , the bull being sold at * 5 , 000 . Thus it will be seen that Dexter Park Amphitheatre holds the world s record on Hereford bull prices . Dale , the renowned ( Hereford bull , ths animal to which all breeders of besf cattle have bowed , changed hands twice this week . Two years ago when he reached his prominence he became the property of Clem Graves of Banker HIU , Ind ., and since that t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
THE CHICAGO LIVESTOCK WORLD ratma at Ci : ca ; t roat CSae as IKMI ^ IM ataXtaa . By HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY , A 8 HLEICH C . HALLIWELL , Pros , and Editor . WILL F . BAUM . Treas . and Con . Mgr . ROBERT BEBB , V-Pros MtMBtas cr erarr INCLUDE : V . A . Hartman . J . E . Poole . F . H . Baum . F . O . Faust . THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . SUBSCRIPTIONS : » SIT . T , OME TEAR . - $ 4 . 00 j MON . ASaTf . ri _ S ., 1 TBA * tl-V ) fcJ . t MOMns . 2 . 00 j • » 6 HO ... . 75 THREE MONTHS • 1 . 00 ! 3 ** J &amp;) ONE VO . VTU - J *) j THCRSDATS ONLT • IM OrriClB . 18 and 15 EXCHANGE AVE , - Union StJCk Yards . leag . XistaaeeFkcne , Ttrdi 857 . - Beristtrtd Cablt Addrtii , Stockworld , Chicaga . WKL » NK . SDAY , JAN &lt; .. 1 &amp; 02 .
' Beginning of the End . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
Beginning of the End . n . « this the beginning of the end ? From the week ending September 21 , 1001 , to the last full week in December the average weight of hogs has been running down . The decrease in the average weight per head during the fourteen weeks ended December 28 was 57 lbs . or from 2- &gt; i lbs . average for the week ended September 21 , to 1 » 0 pounds for the last week of the period mentioned . There is no use to waste space or words in tracing the cause of this record-breaking decrease in weight . The drouth of last summer was wholly responsible . Last week , for the first time in a period of more than two months , there was a gain of four pounds in the average . This did not , however , indicate any increase in the proportion of well-matured , weighty hogs , but was due to the dropping out of so many pigs and young shoats weighing from around 150 pounds down to the pig weights . It is hardly probable that the weight will again be seen as light as that of ...
Question That Will / tot Do _ on [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
Question That Will / tot Do _ on HUE great I ams and we ares of this large-sized country take up questions of national and international import and settle them ; tackle great naval , military and civil scandals and settle them in a jiffy . We have whipped everything that has ever tackled us , and can do it again . But there is one question that will not down and stay down . It subsides at intervals and remains under cover for indefinite periods , hut at unsuspecting moments it looms up and reaches out and stirs up internal dissension that knows no bounds . 44 4 Is or are the United States a nation ? That s the question that stirs things up and makes them boil ? This question is in eruption now . It is enough for us to know that we are now recognized as some pumpkins among the nations of earth , and as to whether we are singular or plural , masculine or feminine we are eontent to consign the question to the lecture rostrum of some far-off , unpretentious normal school .
"Clccter Blossom" Dutter . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
Clccter Blossom Dutter . RIHOULD congress pass the discriminat- | Q ing law against butterine imposing a tax of 10 cents per pound on butterine that is colored to look like colored butter , the butterine makers will have to establish a new color . They might adopt a color that will he distinctive and even better than the one now so generally used in making butter , which is not at all true to the natural color of butter . If some big manufacturer should adopt for instance , the Clover Blossom Brand and produce a delicate strawberry icecream tint in a high-grade article it might not be long until fashions in butter color changed . o