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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 23 January 1902
JK : t * : mXmsmmbMJ P . A . UJLVIS JPJne Barm L , ands For Sale . ROBERTS &amp; DAVIS , Marathon , Iowa . fovra , Minnesota and Dakota tends . \ ~ --l- ~ - . QRAPES PRUNES WHEAT PEACHES TIZE &gt; SUBDIVISIONS 0 } OF THE— &gt; § JOHN BID WELL RANCHOj i Near Chico , Butte Co . * California , * Comprising 25 , 000 Acres Choice Fruit , Alfalfa &amp; Grain Lands , Are now offered for sale in lots of from 5 TO 40 ACRES . This is the most fertile body of land ever placed on the market , and is located in the FINEST • FRUIT SECTION IN THE STATE . It ls a living testimonial of the varied CO fruit and cereal productions that can be grown in the state . &gt; j * j READ WHAT CAN BE GROWN ON THIS LAND 3 ! S WITHOUT IRRIGATION . § o ?^ ,. r £ r .,., c ., Aw ™ B . CUSSICK , agent , 3 CHICO . BUTTE COUNTY . CALIFORNIA . OLIVES ALFALFA ORANGES PEARS SPABTAH ( jn DM R [ l T FEED MILL Ham sum ) M \ LARGEST CAPACITY . LIGHTEST DRAFT PMwar BTBBB ^ BSBB K * lf * *...
PARTY LINES BROKEN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 23 January 1902
PARTY LINES BROKEN Gumming * of New York Gives the House a Scene That la Dramatio . SHAKES fflfl FIST AT TO PABTY - *« . ————** . While He Vote * with republicans—Michigan Men Plead for Beet Sugar Protection , Washington , Jnn . 23 . —Some Of tne old partisan fire was injected Into the proceedings of tlie bouse yesterday when tbe item In the urgent deficiency bill , appropriating $ 500 , 000 for a military post at Manila , which tbe Democrats have been using as a text for speeches in opposition to the Philippine policy of tbe administration for the last three days , was reached . Cannon , in charge of the bill , confessed that tbe appropriation was subject to AMOS * . CUMMTHQB . a point of order and it -went out In lieu thereof he offered an amendment to appropiratc tbe some sum for shelter and protection of the officers and enlisted men of the army on duty in the Pbilipipnes . This th * chair held to be in order , and it at once became tbe subject of a very spirited debate in which...
RUSSIA LED THE WA [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 23 January 1902
RUSSIA LED THE WA In the Matter of Refusing to in terfere In the Recent Span-ish-American Wars BOSAYBAHAUTHOEITT AT PARK St . Petersburg Advice * Say tbe Russian Government Waa NotAp * proached on the Subject . Parts , Jan . 23 . —In view to the statement made by Lord Cranborne In the house of common * Monday on the subject of representations made to Great Britain before and after the outbreak of tbe Spanish-American war , and tbe dispatch of tbe Associated Press from London on the same subject , the correspondent of tbe Associated Press made inquiries In an authoritative quarter here and received the following explanation * , which throw a somewhat different light on the subject . In tbe first place in the Spanish negotiations , at the end of March , 1898 , to secure the intervention of the powers In Spain s favor . Great Britain took tbe same attitude as France and tbe oth er powers . She neither refused nor consented to join in collective action . Says AU the Powers Hesitated . A...
CHICAGO FUR MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 23 January 1902
CHICAGO FUR MARKET Corrected and revised by John Miller , ot CoBUMny , 121-129 Michigan St ., ¦¦ Chicago . S 0 . 1 H 0 .. 1 .. Vui . Medium urn . Minn . Sak . and lake I ettJs OMltO Superior ......: ....: •• .. ( « .. „ Cent , acd No . Mich ., ! 0 * . 2 t • M 0 Wis .: Mont ....... V ..... J ^ , „ eoSUeh ., iixi ., ohio , ia , t •» ¦• * aias Ko . M 0 . JUa : at * Keb . f . ¦ . • - •• •• • .. _ . Ill . Ind ; . Eo . O ., la .. No . i • 1 » • IM Mo .. Kan . and He * ( ¦ ^ mi . Southern States 0 Ml • IM - BA 0000 BY Black .... • 8 * 1 »» . » Mich .. Minn ., Dak , and I tt I . W * •&gt; » . W f _ 111 .. Ind .. Ohio and Cent . » . 90 -JO Mo ., Neb ., Kas ., 4 south 0 . 70 . TO opposm • Bl ., Ind ., Ohio and Centl 0 . 10 _&lt;* . £ 0 Mo ., Ky .. and South . 300 . 40 R 0 . 26 BBD FOX . Canada , Minn ., Daa . and I 0 4 . 00 0 3 . 00 Wta . Micni aiid Btmilar 0 8 . 80 0 200 asctlona -. ... No . Ind .. 111 ., Ohio . Iowa .. 0 2 . 00 0 l . U Ma , Neb ., Kaa . and South . 1 . 5 U 1...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 23 January 1902
RUPTURE . Every ruptured person shonld know the ad * vantage ot our saecisl eattetas . of trusses [ totallyunlike anything in the trade ] , which will not only rettla perfectly the most difflkult or complicated case , hut arc guarsoteed to Close tbehernUlopeajBflnundayson any person whose general health and physical condition may be considered good . This is afforded by our advanced methods and mcderaacgllances at a cost no greater than for common trusses . These Instruments ar * exclusively designed and put up for each case Individually . No straps used—light , clean , and everlasting . Personally commended in Gross and Agnews Surgery . International Medical Congress , London , Eng ., and U . 8 . Surgeon General s Bureau . . &gt; . ¦• «»« AU patterns ot common trusses-over 300 varieties . Investigate : onr experienced opinion without charge . Satisfaction guaranteed . Booklet free . CAUTION . —Beware of quack impositors who imitate my ads and pirate my endorsements I . B . ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 23 January 1902
Premium Hams and Bacon are absolutely the finest smoked meats sold ; they are the least wa 8 tcful and the m 08 t nutritious . Silver Leaf Lard has * lar £ er 8 ale than any other brand of Lard Your dealer will supply you . Swift &amp; Company Chicago Xansss City Omaha ^ l St . Louis It . Joseph St . Paul Swi It s I r ^ - Br f . ff * » 1 s 5 Bjy J *}** M ^ jLjSa ^ SSm JzlWm liWTSSMHBH [| J 1 J KK ^ 2 fftf ^ jf BH Swift A- Qmnanv amSS ^ s £ S ! SS ! SSL WHEN IN ^^ YOU MUST * E &gt; A / T , IS BEST PLAGE THE BURCKY &amp; MILAN LADIES AND GENTLEMENS RESTAURANT 154 . 158168 A 160 SOUTH OLARK ST .. OHIOAQO EXTRACT FROM BILL OF FARE punrsft • Baked Whttefish , 15 Boast Mutton ... 15 Mutton Pot Pie ... 15 Bolted Trout 15 Boast Pork 15 Veal Pot Pie it Salt Mackerel * .... 16 Boast Veal ...... 15 Pork sad Beans ... If Fried Perch . 16 Boiled Ham 15 Soup If Boast Beef 15 Beet Tongue .... 15 Pudding 15 BREAKFAST AND SUffSB , Small Steak 15 Pork Chops 15 Wblteflsh .. 15 ...
psiiO [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
psiiO Estimated Receipts . rattle * - 3 7 500 Soss- - 25 , 000 8 J- ^ 10 , 000 steady Undertone Rules dosing Market on Beef Cattle . Demand Is Also Good For Fat Cows and Heifers . Stocker Trade Heavily Supplied and Prices Rule Lower . Bulk of Hogs Fairly Steady , But Close Was Weak . Heavy Sheep and Lambs 10 to 2 5 cents Lower , Handy Steady SBBSHBBSS ^ nSBBBSSt General , Union Stock Yards , 8 p . m ., Jan . S 4 . Receipts for today compared with a week ago show an increase of 1 , 000 cattle , « decrease ot 3 , 000 hoga and aame number of sheep . „ . , . Compared with a year ago the receipts ihow an Increase of 1000 cattle , a decrease cf 3 , 000 hogs and an increase of 5 , 000 sheep Receipts at Chicago Stock Yards for IS 02 to date , including today a estimate with comparative figures : CATTLE 11008 SHB 1 P BOUSES CMS lmr &gt; J 18 J 177 791 . 677 BISIS 7 . 480 2 SM iSn .::: awi mr &gt; £ &gt; wa * 7 . HI siftt inc ltyao 6 Mi * taw sa en Ltc ••• ••••• •••••«...
EXCHANGE TO ACT [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
EXCHANGE TO ACT Executive Commit te e Will Consider New Tagging Order . A BLOW AT THE PRODUCER . Opinions by President W . H . Thompson and Secretary Baker . Concensus of opinion in stockyard circles Is that the order Issued by the Department of Agriculture changing on February 1 st the tagging of cattle intended for export from Chicago to the port of embarkation Is antagonistic to the interests of both producer and exporter . The latter are unanimously of the opinion that the change will prove annoying and costly to them . That It was unexpected and ill-advised admits of no doubt . Tomorrow afternoon the executive committee of the Chicago Live Stock Exchange will meet to consider the problem . Said President W . H . Thompson : I hadnt had ttme to look Into tbe question thoroughly but I approve everything said by Mr . Doud In his interview , published by the LIVE STOCK W OULD yesterday . No one appears to have asked for any change in the tagging system and we will probably request t...
SHOULD BE DOUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
SHOULD BE DOUBLE Seventy-Five Bushels a Twentieth Century Corn Crop . IOWA MEN ARE DOING IT . Experiments With Oats and Bar * ley Find Good Results . • LIVE STOCK WORLD S SPECIAL SERVICE ? AMES , IOWA , JAN . 23 . —Much has been ac * complished at the Iowa agricultural college by the winter grain and stock judging contest , attended by about 500 practical farmers all of whom arc thoroughly Imbued with the necessity of Increasing the grain , yield of the state by the use of improved aeed and better methods of cultltlvatlon . Prof . James Atkinson , the presiding genius at the grain judging has done a good work and accomplished it In a convincing manner . In my last letter I told of the outcome of experiments with winter wheat culminating in the distribution of improved seed all over the State ot Iowa , witji the object of determining tho exact area of the winter wh &gt; at raising belt . Results will be known as soon as the crop is harvested . Recent snow falls are encouragin...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
TBE CHICAGO LIVESTOCK WORLD Catered at Chicaeo rest OSes a * Sscond-ciass Matter . By HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY , ABHLBIGH C . HALLIWELL . Pre * , and Editor . WILL F . BAUM . Treae . and Gen . Mar . ROBERT BBBB , V-Pres MKMBERS or STAFF INCLUDE : V . A . Hartman . J . E . Poole . F . H . Baum . F . D . Faust , THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . i — • • — SUBSCRIPTIONS ! DAILT , OWBTIAR • • 14 . 00 Mox . AND TBCBS ., 1 ra &amp; a 91 . 50 SIXMOSTHS . 2 . 00 6 M 0 S . . 75 ¦ THREE MONTHS • 1 . 00 u S M .- . 60 ONE MONTH ¦ JU THURSDAYS ONLY • 1 . 00 * = ^ = — ¦ — CISICBS : IS and 16 BXCHaXOI AVE , . Union Stack Tarda leaf SUtaae * rheas , Yard * S 57 . • Ssgistarea Cans Address , Stoekworld , Chicago . FRIDAY . JAN 24 . 190 i
* / ls to Listed Corn , [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
* / ls to Listed Corn , nHOSE two distinguished Illinois agriculturists , Professor A . D . Slianiel of Urbana and J . II . Hackett of Jacksonville , fail to agree on the merits of listed corn . Each is entitled to his opinion . Shamel s work to improve corn yields is generally recognized , while Mr . Hackett , who is editor of The Farm , and an agricultural writer of force and understanding , enjoys the distinction of being one of the few editors in that class who actually run a farm . Cultivating 300 acres of listed corn annually he is in a position to speak by the book . Prof . Shamel condemns listing as an easy method of cultivating corn , and declares that yields bjr that process are inferior to those resulting from use of the check row system . Mr . Hackett flatly contradicts this and asserts that the yield from listed corn on his place has been double that from check rowed . Mr . Hackett does not , however , advise the small farmer to list his corn , but claims that it is a c...
Cheap "Beef on Crass . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
Cheap Beef on Crass . RJjEEF can be made more cheaply on | 2 J grass and with greater profit to the feeder than by any other methods . The wisest of those in the business are realizing this and putting it into practice . mr Only recently an up-to-date Iowa man marketed a bunch of grass-fed , cornfinished steers at Chicago that gave him 871 a head for his grass and feed . As most of it was grass he made a handsome profit . As a rule farmers who have the most prrass going to waste exhibit the most conspicuous signs rA opulence . English farmers pay heavy rents and make money for themselves out of grass land . What the 2 orn belt ne * ds is a smaller acreage of corn under better cultivation and more grazing land . The item of labor , an important one on the grain . arm , is to a large extent eliminated when the fields are in grass .
thoughts for the Day . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
thoughts for the Day . The world is sometimes judged by men as an orange might be by an insect , that , tasting only the rind , should pronounce the i ruit to be bitter . —C . G . Everett . As our life goes on , there comes times when our little souls widen out into God s house ; when our windows have all the shutter ? off and our low roof is lifted , and all s blue ! There is a new growth of faith that things shall come round God s way . and that we must keep awake and watch to see which way God is going , that wc naa 3 follow . —Thomas R . Slicer . feecretary Wilson wants an emergency appropriation of $ 40 , 000 to carry on the inspection work of the bureau of animal industry . Owing to the threatened interruption of American meat export to Europe because of failure of government inspection prompt action is necessary . o &gt; ; If you want a farm this is a good time to snap it up . Buyers from Iowa , Wisconsin and Illinois are rushing into northwestern Missouri and have al...
Hackett Disagrees With Shamel [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
Hackett Disagrees With Shamel Dispute Over Listed Corn SPECIAL SERVICE LIVE STOCK WOHI . n . JACKSONVILLE , III ., Jan . 33 .-J . H . Hwkett , one ot the mo * t extensive corn raisers hereabouts , and Editor ot The Farm , has locked horns with Prof . A . D . Shamel , the noted corn expert of the Illinois College of Agriculture , on the subject * 9 listed corn , of which Hackett is the avowed champion . He has written an open letter to Shamel challenging tho correctness of statements made In an article recently published in Wallace s Farmer over ha signature , In which he stated that listing was introduced as an easy method of planting corn , and that while in the loose sandy soils of- the west it is undoubtedly a good method , In tho loam and clay soil * it does not give good results , adding : It is like planting corn in a doad furrow . Careful tests have been made for several years of the comparative yields of fields lifted in Illinois , and corn put out ordinarily . It has been f...
Kerrick Tells OhiOans About Feeding Cattle [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
Kerrick Tells OhiOans About Feeding Cattle L . H , Kerrick , tbe noted Illinois feeder , ha * been to Ohio to impart some of his . cattle lore to Buckeyes . The address waa delivered at the annual meeting of tbe State Board of Agriculture at Columbus on the 16 th Inst . Mr . Kerrick s subject waaiBeef Production . The salient feature * of what he said follow : * • m • The proof of the value of any industry Is shown by ita interlocking with other industries , each being dependent : uapja -the other . Good agriculture la never disassociated from tbe rearing ot livestock . They go together . They are one . He who does not feed his grain to some extent , cannot be called a real farmer . My line of live stock in particular is beef cattle . Perhaps there is no branch of live stock that is so good to keep up the fertility of the land . I am the steward of a large tract of land—steward , because I am only taking care of it while I am here . He who robs his land robs his children . » • « • W...
LITTjp - < -M: LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
LITTjp - &lt;- M: LETTERS The Little Letter column in . the Livs STOCK Wom . n isian interesting feature and contains much Valuable information . We are pleased to receive these letters and invite you to write of live stock and crop conditions aadjftther matters of interost or publication . &lt; r —¦—^ Jefferson Co .. / f . y . Editor DAILT LIVE STOCK WORLD : — This is a dairy seotlia ; milk is worth from $ 1 . 40 to $ 1 . 50 per ewt at the milk station . Hay crop waa good , oat * and corn about one-half crop . Stoek 1 * looking well . X like your paper very much , has all the new * . Thanks for the pretty calendar . Jan . 20 . J . W . Johnson . Huntington Co .. Ind . Wheat was an average crop ; oats good ; corn half crop , selling at JOc . People a nttle afraid to feed hogs ; they can buy stock hogs at 4 &gt;/ c : Quite a few tat hogs to sell yet . Fat cattle scarce . No sheep on feed . For a stock and market . paper the LIVE STOCK WOULD cannot be excelled ....