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MflMMfcft ^ ISERIALSTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
MflMMfcft ^ ISERIALSTORY. ^ ^^^ vys ^ b ^ ys ^»^ V »»»^* i ^^^*» isa »^^&gt;^^ W »*» a »»* a *&gt;»»^^**^ A ^ ABa &gt;^^» a ^^^ Ba ^ •- [ Written For Ghe LIVE ~ TTOCK WOWD . aV . - _ _ i _ _ « . ¦»¦ , tiisai , an ^ MmtOi »» - »» &gt; &lt; » r w w »* five minutes arterward you quit work and enme up town . Yon had a key to this house ; you came here —- Do you mean to accuse me of this ? Tho words came from between Alden s teeth , and be strode toward Xeale , who put the table between them and drew his revolver . Wallace ! he called . A policeman entered from the hall . That man is under arrest said Noale . Take him iu . This is monstrous , said Alden , but he spoke coolly . You shall answer for It . Well talk about that later , rejoined the captain . You go with that man . Brenda crossed the room quickly and took Aldens hand . I will do everything that I can for yon , she said , and for her . Youre coming along , too , said Neale . No ; Ill stan...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
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4-Leaf Clover Club [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
4-Leaf Clover Club Terms of Memberships- Open to all children between the ages of six and eighteen , who are members of a subscriber s The membership badge te tho 4-Leaf Clover Button , which will be sent free on receipt of an addressed envelope , bearing a 1cent stamp . Be sure and write . your name and address plainly on the envelope . The 4-Leaf Clover Club will have competitions from time to time In which prizes will be awarded to tbe successful ones . These competitions will be open only to members of the club . Every member of the 4-Leaf Clover Club Is invited to write something for publication . All such letters must be slpned by tbe writer s full name and address . Also In compotlng for a prize , members of the club must give their correct ajes , names and addresses and accompany their contributions with a statement of originality , signed by parent or teacher . Failing in these requirements will bar them from entering any competition . AU communications should be written on...
f TTE 4-LEAF CLOVER CLUB . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
f TTE 4-LEAF CLOVER CLUB . Our Lads and Lassies will no doubt hail with delight the new 4-Leaf Clover Club which extends Its welcoming hand for the first time today . Tho editor of this department has longed for the moment to arrive when he could gather together In one organization tho boys and girls for mutual benefit and social intercourse , and » ow that the time has oome . and ths olnb duly organized , it Is to be hoped thai all •oung friends of this paper will rally to Its support and help us to make It a suecess . How do you like ths name of our now club , young friends ? The 4-Laaf Clover Club . How significant , hew full of moanlug ! Peace and prosperity , Joy an * happiness are embodied In that symbol . Bavnt you often seen your good mother or father , walking along tha roadway or through the meadow of a pleasant Sunday afternoon , peering cautiously among the sweet scented grasses for something af parently lost ? How , all of a sudden , with an exclamation of delight , the...
THE YOUNGEST GOLFER [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
THE YOUNGEST GOLFER ¦ Two-Year-OIA Miss Who Is Initiate * Into All the Mysteries of the . Absorbing Game . I Miss Kathleen Louie Lockwood , daughter of Mr . Arthur G . Lockwood , of Boston , the well-known amateur golfer , is probably the youngest golfer In the world , Born on December 19 , 1899 , it would be indeed hard to state when little Miss Loakwood was first initiated into the mysteries of golf , aa even in her ( earliest infancy wherever her ejyes Wandered round the room they found a resting place on bags of golf clubs , pictures of golfers and golfing scenery , OT the numerous trophies which her father had won by his prowess on the links . In her early days , when first commencing to cut her teeth , a golf ball was her favorite plaything , aa well as being a toothsome morsel on which to exercise her gums . Aa the months passed by , and the baby began to find tbe use of her legs , a miniature driver was put into her bands , by her father , who carefully taught her how to ata...
FUN FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
FUN FOR CHILDREN Caadr-MnklBB la •Poaalar Pastime , aad Thla Article Telia How to Blake Goo 4 Varieties . There ia nothing children enjoy more than to be allowed to make candy all by themselves . If there aro brothers and sisters , all may Join in the fun , but when there is only one thild , let him or her invite a few foiends to help . Candy when made with pure material s , if eaten in moderation and not between meals , is not ( untwholesome . Qhocolate is consid * ered nourishing , says Good Housekeeping , and our government makes CANDY MAKING FOR CHILDREN . an allowance now of candy for our soldiers in the Philippines . Friday evening , after the week s school work is done , is a suitable time for children to be allowed a little recreation . The following recipes are popular ones , and are easy to begin with ; after practice with these , the children may try fancy candies with fondant and nuts : Cream . Candy . —Two cups of granulated sugar , three-fourths cup vinegar and water i...
INSECTS MAKE MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
INSECTS MAKE MUSIC How Graa * ho » oera Proemee tho Straaca aooaae with Which All of Us Aro Familiar . The grasshopper has a wing that is Tery curious to look at . Ton have seen this little insect , I have no doubt . Its color is light green , and just where the wing Joins the body there is a thick ridge and another on the wing . On this ridge there is a thin but strong skin , which makes a sort of drumhead . It is the rubbing of these two ridges or drumheada together which makes the queer noise you have heard . There is no music in it certainly . The insects could keep quiet , if they wished , but they must enjoy making the noise . The grasshopper sometimes makes two rubs on its drumhead &gt; and sometimes three . The moment it is very dark they begin . Boon the whole company ia at work . As they rest after each rubbing , it seems as if tbey answered one . another . Did you know that bees hum from under their wings ? It is not the stir of those beautiful light wings- we hea...
NMteWWBWMaUMIvriUaiWSJlJailUHfBMMU BRIGHT kEPARTEES . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
NMteWWBWMaUMIvriUaiWSJlJailUHfBMMU BRIGHT kEPARTEES . How lteaa &gt; Wit and Native Shrewdsen Chance aa Viiyteaaant situation Into the Opposite . There are some people who , when anything calculated to annoy or disconcert them is said , are so embarrassed that they remain speechless . Others are equal to all emergencies , and by a dexterous Uap of thought , on the spur of the moment , say what , and what only , can extricate them from their uncomfortable situation . This is a reparte , and represents shrewdness and genuine wit combined . The eminent Greek scholar , Richard Porson , was once engaged in a discussion with a gentleman , at a dinner party . The gentleman remarked : Dr . Porson , my opinion of you is contemptible . Sir , was the response , I never knew an opinion of yours that was not contemptible . ! During a visit to one of his friends , Sheridan was asked by a maiden lady , whose years were not many more than her ways of being disagreeable , the privilege of ac...
MIDWINTER FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
MIDWINTER FOOTBALL Hew Porm of ThU Favorite Sport , with the FOB Left Ia and Hard Knocks Taken Out . For those who like to play football on the milder days of the winter , and who want lively exercise without roughness or danger or the necessity of special clothing and yet with plenty of fun and excitement , a game which has recently been contrived is admirably adapted . Its great advantage is that it needs no specially prepared field or elaborate lines , and that five on a side are plenty to make good sport , while as few as three , or as many , if tbe field be large enough , as 11 on a DIAGRAM FO £ WINTER FOOTBALL . side may play . 1 Take , for example , a game where there are five players on a side : As team . against X s . All that is required is a fairly level space , a regular oval pigskin football , and two goal posta &gt; the size of the regulation goal , but with the crosspiece only a yard ifrom the ground . The field for a game of five ona aide ahould be approximat...
TRICK WITH A STICK ' [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
TRICK WITH A STICK It Is Novel and Amtnliif and Any Bright Boy Can Easily Learn to Perform It . Give me a cane and I will make it stand unsupported in any position I please , said a young man at an evening party recently . A cane was handed to him , and , sitting down , he placed it between his knees . Next he stroked it up and down two or three times , meanwhile mumbling some unintelligible words , and then he took his hands away , leaving the cane in a slanting position . To the fcurprise of the specta TRICK WITH A STICK . tors , it did not fall , but remained as firm as though it were rooted to the ground . Everyone wanted to know how such a wonderful trick was done and the young man solemnly answered that he had magnetized the cane , and that it was his deep study of magic and magnetism which had led him to make the experiment . Finally , however , he revealed the secret . Before I offered to do the trick , he said , I fastened to my trousers near my knees a piece of wire so thi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
SOLDOUT^Jl^Lr^ao^^wwn«*wvaTK THEBUSINESS3«ShCOf breeding Chester White Swine . Am booking orders for spring ^•••• ^^•HsVkT pigs and will pay express on orders received before June first . Write for prices and caTalogoe . JAMES FISHES , J &amp; , EASTMAN , WIS . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ - ¦¦¦ - -- ¦¦¦ — — . — . * —*— ii . » ^ c . ^—c ^ ga » JM * i MM ^ MMI *^* TTr *^ a ^ aBjBaBflaBMaaBBaa ^ ayBaBa » BfBaffB ^ ST . L . KOHEKTa . JF . A . DAVIS , fl IPineJFarmLandsII For Sale * I 8 ROBERTS &amp; DAVIS , Marathon , Iowa . I loira , MioneHOto and iimttotit MJnmtm . I ^ imMjaHMwreatganaraww ^ ¦ i . i i ¦ i . i l - ... . — .... .... ~~ . r j l ^ aMaMHMMMMBMBHMk ^^ SwiftsPremiumHamsQaiVlf f * &lt; l * and Bacon are absolutely the finest injfy ^ * * j * ^ smoked meats sold ; they are the least ^ ^ SaoSlSam wasteful and the most nutritious . 2 »* ei » KL s , tt ! l M t-. r &gt; •t * 9 lm$^.Swiftsj^^KlSilverLeafLard* ( i \ v ~ Vw *^ Wm hasalar £ ersalethanan y ° tner...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
THECHICAGOLIVESTOCKWORLDEntered « t Cfaicano ** at OSes ea eeeond-ciaas Matter . By HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY . A 8 HLEICH O . HALLIWELL . t &gt; rae . and Editor . WILL F . BAUM . Traaa . and Can . Mar . ROBERT B 6 BB , V-Pras Mttiaena or ararr INOLUOC : V . A . Hartman , J . E . Poole . F . H . Baum . F . D . Faust . THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . SUBSCRIPTIONS ! DlltT , OXB TEA * « - f * . 00 MoS . AND TnrilS ., 1 TEAB fl . 50 BIX MONTHS . 2 . 00 6 MOS . . 75 THREE MONTHS •1 . 00 « « « 3 « # y osa MONTH •. 50 Tnrr . sDATS ONI . T •1 . 00 OnXCES : IS and 15 EXCHANGE AVE ., . Union St » i * Yards . loaf Distance Phone , Yards 887 . . Begistered Cable Addresi , Stockworld , Chicago . TITUBSDAY , JAX 18 . 100 i
ffy e ' s Ideas of DaKpta , [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
ffy e s Ideas of DaKpta , BHE present Tush of homeseekers to the Dakotas makes readable Bill Nye s famous epistle written while he was recuperating in the north land at the time the territory of Dakota enjoyed its first boom m the early eighties . This is the volley of humor hurled at the Mecca ot the homesteader : I am up here in River Falls , Wisconsin , patiently waiting for the snowbanks to wilt away and gentle spring to come again . Gentle spring , as I go to press , hath not yet loomed up . Nothing in fact hath loomed up , as yet , save the great Dakota boom . Everybody , from the servant girl with the symphony of smut on her face and the boundless waste of freckles athwart her nose , up to the Normal school graduate , with enough knowledge to start a grist mill for the gods has a claim in the promised land , the great wild goose orchard and tadpole aquarium of the new northwest . The honest farmer deserts his farm around which clusters a thousand memories of the past , and bu...
Inquiry About Spelts . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
Inquiry About Spelts . BINCE the publication of an article on South Dakota recently by the Live Stock World several inquiries have been received respecting the grain known as syjelts , which has been so successfully raised in seasons of drouth in that state . E . C . Chilcctt , the agriculturist at the South Dakota experiment station , says the grain is , contrary to the popular belief , no new development or discovery , but it is one of the oldest known cereals , probably having been grown in Egypt , Greece and the Roman empire from the earliest time . % JX is now mainly grown in southern GerJfinany , Switzerland and Spain on land too Spoor or at altitudes too great for the prof- d itable raising of common wheat } , ^ Spelts was first grown in South Dakota by the Russians Who , doubtless , brought It over with them from the fatherland . I * has later been introduced by the Department of Agriculture . Zn the northwestern part of South Dakota It is grown about as twnuaonly as oats or...
Sham % 1 on Methods Ot Breeding Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
Sham % 1 on Methods Ot Breeding Corn . SECOND PAPER . DAILT Live STOCK WORLD S SPECIAL SERVICE . TJrbana , 111 ., Jan . 15 . —In breeding corn it Is essential that the variety be kept pure and free from all mixture , a diffloult feat as pollen drift 3 at least 80 rods , hence the work must be carried on where the breeding field is protected from ot ier corn fields by bodges , timber or other natural barriers , or , in a very large field of the same variety that is bilng bred . This l 35 t plan has been used with good resnlts In developing swzet corn varieties , bat is not so quick In results as the plan ot isolating tbe breeding fields . This is due to the fast that if the breeding field Is located where it will be pollinated by the pollen of Inferior stalks , even of the same variety , this fertilisation will bo detrimental to the development of tho variety and the weeding out of the unfavorable typss . A field of about an acre in size of the best earn land is selected . The charas...
Thought Vro-OoKers . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
Thought Vro-OoKers . Teachers are they who educate people to appreciate the things they need . The man who studies what mankind wants and supplies it , whether it be an idea or a thing , is the man who Is crowned with honor and clothed with riches . Tbe trusts are getting things read y for socialism . A reformer is a savior or a rebel , all depending largely whether he succeeds or fails . We have been encouraging both whites and blacks to quit their work and talk about things instead of doing them . Churches , like department stores , carry the wares that are asked for . If I can help people Ill do it by giving them a chance to help themselves . There is no copyright on stupidity . Elbert Hubbard .
A Happy / fame . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 16 January 1902
A Happy / fame . Walter P . Neff , the managing editor of the Kansas City Drovers Telegram says he thinks the name of the Livs STOCK WOULD is an exceedingly happy aad a truly expressive one . There is another case where great men are of the aame mind , eh ? But without any nonsense , it is one of those happy names that would be dtffkmlt to improve . A rose by any other aame would smell as sweet , but there s a great deal la a name , nevertheless . - ¦¦ o It s tha first ma af eight papers read at onr beast , writes a Michigan ssaa . the larva arooa Woau &gt; Is It .