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THE HORSE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

THE HORSE MARKET Average Quality Good and Prices Fully Steady . FOREIGN BUYING INCREASING Fair Run of Heavy Horses But Drivers of Quality Scarce . There was a fairly active inquiry for all classes to-day with prices fully steady with the ruling figures for the week . While quality was slightly Inferior tothe offerings of a year ago this time , there was a marked imp .. ; oM r - * ^ 1 . LB tl ¥ YVtl * , p * i , Tii receipts for tne i » »^ s * pta . ^ One consignment „ , % -. _ ^ | a range of $ 165 < $ 2 i .. ¦ _ . lot while the bulk o . - —^ heavies sola around $ 155 . There is a slight Improvement In tbe foreign inquiry for heavy horses of medium to choice quality and prospects are good for a brisk trade from this quarter before the end ofthe month . Chunks were steady and there were some good to choice offerings with prices ranging from $ 75 @ 175 for all grades . Drivers were scarce and no really choice offerings . Most of the offerings were on the common order and sold...

Publication Title: Chicago Livestock World
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MINOR MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

MINOR MENTION It the LIVE STOCK WORLD booming ? You bet It is ? Swift s hogs , 203 lbs , cost $ 6 . 28 . Continental hogs , 210 lbs , cost $ 6 . 45 . Wm Daniel bought wethers at $ 4-75 and ewes at $ 4 . 00 for export . John W . Smith ls back from a holiday trip to New York and Buffalo . Mr . J . W . Busey , of Penfield , 111 . sold on today s market a bunch of 22 , 1053 cows at $ 4 . 65 . John Grldley , of Morrison , 111 ., got $ 6 . 70 per cwt . for a bunch of 59 , 320 lb . bogs today . John M . Dlghton of Monticello , 111 . marketed 431 fed western lamb , 83 lbs . at $ 5 . 90 . If you dont read the LIVE STOCK WOHLD every day you will miss some things tbat are too good to miss . W . MoCleary , Waterman 111 ., was here with 235 lb . hogs of his own feeding , Tuesday that sold at $ 6 . 55 . Jesse Sherwood has returned from a short trip to Pine Bluff , Ark . He says quail and coon hunting are good . H . Beveridge , Somonauk , Ills ., was here Tuesday with a load of heavy hogs that sol...

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B . C . POWERS DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

B . C . POWERS DEAD A Prominent Stock Shipper And Patron of this Market Commits Suicide . Tbe following clipped from an Iowa paper tells the sad story of the death of a prominent cattle man and a well known shipper to this market : About half past two oclock this afternoon Mr . B . C . Powers , residing on his farm about a half mile from Powersvllle , coEimitted suicide by hanging himself in a shed , tbe exact cause not being known , bat it ls susposed to have resulted from a ¦ pell of sickness which had affected his mind and his demeanor has been noticeably queer during thc past three days . He had been missed from ih ? house only abont fifteen minutes when he was discovered . He was a man about 52 years old and was one of the heavy farmers of that section of the county and a highly respected citlscn . He leaves a wife and five children—three boys and two girls to mourn their loss . Here s success to the Charleston S . C , exposition in general and the live stock department In part...

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Short Course at Ames . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

Short Course at Ames . Stock and Grain Judging to be the Features This Year . AMESVIA ., January 2 , —About four hundred farmers will take the short courss in live stock and grain judging at the Iowa Agricultural college whioh begun on Monday . Tbe term will last until the 18 th inst Prof . Kennedy will give Instruction In live stock and Prof . Atkinson In corn judging . They will be assisted by P . G . Holdea , Pekin , 111 . ; H . G . McMillan , Cedar Rapids , la . ; Alex Galbralth , Janesvilie , Wis . ; W . A . Dobson , Marion , Ia . ; J . J . Richardson Davenport , Ia ; John Gosling , Kansas City , JohnG . Imboden , Decatur , 111 ; Wm . Wyness , Chicago ; James Stewart , Chicago ; Emillngwersen , Chicago ; Geo McKerrow , Sussex , Wis . ; Geo . Hsyl , Washington , 111 . ; A . J . Lovejoy , Roscoe , 111 . Early and Late Pigs . While the breeders of pure bred swine intended to be grown and sold as breeding stock always try to have their Utters come early , this should not be the eff...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

TO MAKE COWS PAY , USE SHARPLES CREAM SEPARATORS . Book , Business , Dairying , de Cat . 315 W . Freer , I Chester , Pa . ¦ J - . 1 , 7-. r ^

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BOARD OF TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

BOARD OF TRADE Markets Opened Indifferent , Strengthened Later in Day . WHEAT CLOSED S-Sc HIGHER . Corn and Oats Also Shade Higher At Close—Provisions are Firmer . Wheat opened steady with nr . Ves ahnut unchanged . Market turiK \ inter in the i 2 :::: ft 55 ^ Jo uU ii ! , . !?^ : ^ j t L , n -i waa „ .,: ^~ MILKERS AND SPRINGERS . Boyd , Liinhat Supplies in this line wero not large and N . Morris & C ndera fair demand the market was Swift & Co ... . strong with good to strictly Cont . Packing ows salable at f 40 (<_ 50 and the Smaller Packe J . t . to fair kinds not as hard to sell Shipments .... strc # 8 as last week . closeuauiM .., ;;; : Total .., Provisions OIK-IKCI JSH ,. „ . Receipts lard and increase in stocks at LivcrpJi . 1 ** The market was fairly active and after trading was started prices hardened up some . Closing was not much different from Tuesdays closing . Tola ! clearances today , 230 , 000 bushels wheat and 71 , 000 bushels corn...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

1 Minnesota s Li _) e § StocK Progress . ] j Read about it on anotlier page , by special rep- < 2 resentatives of The Live Stock World . j

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: Household-Homefold . 3 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

: Household-Homefold . 3 ? Conducted by DO-tOTM- * HKE .. 4 > LIVE STOCK Wom . i Readers are cordially invited to contribute to this d department . Send in any ideas of benefit to the household . The editor J * will gladly answer questions . Address , Household Department LIVE * t I STUCK \ VUW . I > , Chicago . 2 The Romans created a certain gigantic , two-faced fellow a long time ago—a god of beginnings—and they called the queer creature Janns . He was worshipped at the beginning of any action or enterprise . He was regarded as the opener of the day . Gatas and doors were placed under the caro of Janns , and to this day we cater to old Roman taste and call the keepers ot doors and gates janitors . And oar first month . January , OWJS its name to this old Rom in myth who stood ( in sculpture ) with a staff in one hand and a key in the other . • « • It is difficult to see why the ancient Romans wanted their god of beginning to have two faces . The idea of such ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

I Si . Extended I ANMOPPOR-TUNITY IITOIIOET I I © 6 <? Best Daily Farm O f \{\ I Newspaper for Lm . KJXJ I eeeeeeeeewiNG to the almost unprecedented success in securing new I I \ f * ± • subscribers to the CHICAGO DAILY LIVE STOCK WORLD I I 8 II I resulting from the special subscription offer of $ 2 . 00 per year , I • • the publishers have decided to extend the time for a limited B {••••••• J period and will accept subscriptions to expire January 1 , I • u tioci • Is 03 . at to 0 same P rice - As the ^ B 11181 rate is 34 per year I B % wo » . o J you will see that > t , y sending in your order NOW , you will I Seeeeeee ? save 50 per cent . Also , as all subscriptions at this extraor- I I dinary rate run out on the first day of January , 1903 , in order to get the I I fullest benefit , it will be necessary for you to send in your name at once . I I The growth of the CHICAGO DAILY LIVE STOCK WORLD , both in I , Bi influence and circulation , has been truly pheno...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

TRTTSST gng yrPSI WE FURNISHiirs . ^^ o , improved Chicago property for UffVEi SftT ^ T ^ -T _ Ffc V ^ fi conservative investors . Below U ready for delivery t * ( . Vnt ) «—» anewm . uwr JJJ ^ uunit KSMOTIOI f 6 , 000 5 112 , 000 Modern , ll- room £ 3 . 500 K ~~ < 7 nmi Two-story ami base- ™ an , V ? 8 , l , once - oc- »<| WW „ ent . brieltand 8 ton « cupie . lbyowiier . oak residence , 12 rooms , na T 4 , ><>^ Ch • SpleudW borrower . 5 , 000 5 15 , 000 W ^ HTPw 3 , 600 5 9 , 000 % ? J t 0 S r , a a Sic i ^ uumt . brlck _ iid 8 . oue S 5 fS . S « _* SP fl -U store and flat build- brie * and stone n . » tear . Uxiu , on bust- bJlidlwr . 3 flats , ecut . nnn a .- / . «» neira street . _ . _ ti ally located . O . WW 0 11 , 000 Three-story and base 3 , 500 5 7 , 000 T » 0-8 tory and bancnientbrick and stono rne . t , brick and flat bulldlnu . front stona residence . 11 ¦ J « tats . Rents . rooms , baih , eto5 , 000 5 12 , 000 « St ...

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jsmcwJBWW Our Lads and Lassied [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

jsmcwJBWW Our Lads and Lassied I ! X »? L ? . , P 5 ? w ^^^ TeU about the farm , stock , f V j I I J £ V : £ K ^^^^ :, : § ^ iiaigePEtosisiSMs ^ The Fox Came Back . Editor Bovs and Girls :- ! live In tho rountrv three miles north of Elmwood . Near our farm there Is a large fox den . Two of oirneighbor s boys were out huntin in a large stubble field and almost ran ovev a largo fox . It was about tho size of alrrge dog and ran swiftly away when disturbed . A larf-e party of hunters tried to catch it but it ran off and left the country bat came back again . Yours truly , Elmwood , 111 . J- H . Barnhill . Tells Atom Venice . Editor Boys and Girls : —I will send In a piece on Venice which I would be glad to have printed . Yours truly , Lenri , III . Ethel Faslg . VENICE . Venice Is an Important city of Italy . It is tlie chief port , and remarkable for Its numerous canals , which take tho place of streets . Population of Venice is 154 , 000 . Venice is built on seventy-two Islands and is...

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THE STORY OF A STOVE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

THE STORY OF A STOVE How It Changed From Surliness to Geniality and Good Behavior , There was once a stove that stood In tho sitting room of a little house . It was a new stove fresh from the store . The new stove looked nround aud made up its mind it didnt like the place oud wouldnt stay . It wouldnt even speak to tbe tall desk In the corner or to the old rod couch near by . it was just going to be as cross as it could bo . Then the lady would send It home to the store , thought the stove . Pretty soon the lady came ln and said , This is such a cold day that we must bare a good hot flre in our new stove . So the cook brought In lots of coal and wood aud newspapers and put them into the stove—flrst the papers to make a blaze , then the pieces of wood laid across one another and lastly the coal . Then she lit tbe paper and shut the store door and went away , but the lady sat down to sew and to watch the fire burn . But tbe flre wouldnt burn . You see , the stove was so cross and sulk...

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THE BEAR THAT BOY LOVED [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

THE BEAR THAT BOY LOVED Boy waa a little chap . Perhaps tbat was the real reason be was not out deer hunting with the men . But he thought it waa because be did not want to go . Ill nerer kill a poor little deer when I am big , he said to bis grandmother , but she did not answer or seem to notice , because she knew that all men , even the \> ry kindest , like ber son , Boy s father , saw no harm In shooting down the soft eyed creatures , aud she thought the child would outgrow his opinions . So she only said : I guess you will forget about being sorry for the deer when you eat him broiled over the coals for your dinner . I shouldnt wonder a bit if your pa brought in a wild turkey too . There have been a lot of them ln the woods just below the timber Hue , and tho snow ls covered with rabbit tracks . Then the busy old lady hurried cheerily around the cabin , and Boy sat and looked out of the window nt tho mountain peaks that rose against thc deep blue of the sky . It is no...

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• OwOOO » O + O » O » O » O » O » O » O » O » O « OftO » Ow ) O + O 0 Ot ) O + O 0 O » O » O + O » Of 1 THE BOY GIANT GOES TO SCHOOL I [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

• OwOOO » O + O » O » O » O » O » O » O » O » O « OftO » Ow ) O + O 0 Ot ) O + O 0 O » O » O + O » Of 1 THE BOY GIANT GOES TO SCHOOL I 9 Copyright , 1800 , by Caroline Wetherell . ? The giant , Ah Grim , went to school . k - Jack feared he would grow up a fool - • ¦• Unless he wae taught . r . ry . in A Big A and round naught . > . > . ¦ , Q — m And how to tell cotton from wool . ,- .. ; , tarn , mmm When at the schoolhouse they arrived ,. .-.. , . emmm * The master , of courage deprived , * Fell down in a faint In a pan of fresh paint While under the desks the scholars dived . When Jack had explained why he cam * And mentioned that Ah Grim was tame , The master arose , 6 Wiped the paint from his clothe * _\ MM ** And put on the roll Ah Grim s name . emm Mrnmm Then school was adjourned neath the trees . mmm9 The giant learned but by degree * . • On the dune * stool ha sat And wore the dunce hat Which caused the school mirthful tee-hees .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

Do You W * . nt to Sell Your Or Your . Real Estate ? Ifyou do wrlto for my plan , no matt e * where your property is located or what it is worth . I CAN SELL IT . Ifyou want to BUY a business or real estate , let me help you . I can save yoa timo and money . Does any of tho following bargains suit you ? WO aero Illinois farm , well improved , good neighborhood . Price J 35 per acre , worth S 50 ; easy terms . 640 acre San Diego Connty , California Ranch , finely improved , good buildings , nice ocean beach . Price ? 22 , 000 . 3 2 H acre Tehama Co ., California farm , fine fruit orchard and orange grove , first- [ class land , good buildings . Price 125 , 000 , terms to suit . 538 acre farm , Monroe Co ., Missouri , good set of buildings , black loam soil , farm must be seen to be appreciated . Price S 3 G per acre . 100 acre farm , Schuylkill Co ., Pa . 7 flnely improved , Hrst class in every respect . Price SO . iTJO . 90 acre farm , Crawford Co ., Ohio , fina buildings , good far...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

TEE CHICAGO UYE STOCK WORLD Cater * at Chicago * ott Offlo * u Second-Class Hatter . By HALLIWELL & BAUM COMPANY , A 8 HLEIGH C . HALLIWELL . Pres . and Editor . WILL F . BAUM . Treas . and Can . Mgr . ROBERT BEBB . V-Pras MCMataa or ararr INCIUDC . ! V . A . Hartman . J . E . Poole , F . H . Baum . p . D . Faust , THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . . li , J . SUBSCRIPTIONS ! I I XUnr , OXE TEA * ¦ • 14 . 00 Mox . AND THCM ., 1 TEAR tl . 50 . ** SIX MONTHS > 2 . 00 UM 03 . . 75 THBEK MONTHS • LOO « 3 . 50 ¦ * Oi » B HOSTS • JtrO TnCESDiTS OSW • 1 . 00 ¦ f ¦ I ¦ — - ni- — ; ORICI 8 : 13 aad 15 EXCHANGE AVE , . Uni . a St . o * Tardi . . t i tost Sistsace Phone , Tards 857 . • ftegUtmd Cable Addrw J , , Stockworld , Chicago . x . THURSDAY , JAN 2 . 1902 . i — ¦

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m / l fie-v Source of Supply . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

m / l fie-v Source of Supply . SOUTHERN MINNESOTA and South Dakota nrnst be taken into consideration hereafter in estimating the live stock supply . This immense section was not considered part of the corn belt , but a few years since , and was popularly supposed to be tributary to the Duluth elevators , not the Chicago stock yards . King Corn , however , always a welcome conqueror , and wielding benign sway , has added it to his kingdom and to the gratification of north westerners crippled the prestige of King Wiieat . A tour of fifteen hundred miles or inore through these two states last week by a representative of the Live Stock World was convincing that the future of both is permanently identified with thc live stock industry . With an abundant and annually increasing supply of corn both Minnesota and South Dakota may be relied on to ship cattle , hogs and sheep in vost numbers to this market . No healthier country ever boasted of porcine popvr lation , and close proximity of th...

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Developing the jWorthtavest . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 2 January 1902

Developing the jWorthtavest . ffBHILE making a tour of the northwest \_\_\ recently aLive Stock World representative heard much commendation of the efforts of J . J . Hill , of the Great Northei * n and A . B . Stickney , of the Great Western railways , to interest farmers in live stock production and escape one-crop thraldom . These gentlemen have set an example for every railroad company in the United States . It is a deplorable fact that certain roads running east of Chicago , formerly enjoying a heavy local live stock traffic now depend almost entirely on through business , constant grain cropping ancl deporting to market having depleted the soil of its fertility until little is available for shipment . In Minnesota the wheat ; yield was steadily decreasing and had sagged far below the profit mark when farmers of the state eagerly clutched live stock raising as a last straw and averted bankruptcy . While promoting manufacturing industries along their lines railroad . managers ha...

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