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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
THIS IS NO HUMBUG . f [ jflg \ Three perfect * IrHr instruments in W JBJH one ; gauges it * ¦ Qlj self ; lias been JOt tested forthree AAV y * 1 - - ! FarmA 7 lw \ er Brighton s f y f sA Hntnane Swine mllf HMarker and | 1 } J Calf Dehorner , 11 Q prevents hogs . ~ v . i— . ~ . ^ ° all sgea from rooting forever , and saves twenty-five bushels of corn out of one hundred in fattSS « S . tB ii m : i l t , the only perfeot mar- « JvSV 1 , . kln . d l 0 t . 5 toc , t ew totsntcd , makes forty-eight different marks and is ir--i MUy » fi ? 5 * n 5 . c-f dehorner la ezlstanoe . PRICE fl . 60 . Send for circular and testimonials , or send me one dollar bill in a letter and try It If you find the above statement to be true , kindly send methe . rsxaining fifty cents ta stamps . i not L do no » send a cent Tin * 1 * no cheap thing and is worth 1100 . 00 to any farmer . Patented April 83 , 1901 . S . J . BRIGHTON . PalrflaM : Iowa . ; E. W. WAGNER GRAIN ... AND .,, PROVISIONS . Member of Chicago...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
IHave YOD Raised Hogs Long Enough i JM TO know that hogs fed on strong concentrated fsed and rushed to maturity , # ^ w srfSHteav Mu 8 t Have Something to De- ^ % fiy ^ Nn stroy Worms and Stimulate IF S- TBEadSfl and Ad DigeSti ° n V $ 1 &amp; ^ B » h 9 * | Q or j or j 0 gflt ueB j r 0 SOIi 3 # Jj fy IVESEYSSTAR ANTI-CHOLERA i L &gt; is guaranteed to do this to your satisfaatioa or money xofunded . Cures sick herds cud pro * NKa r ^ vents disease . •»¦ « , * 0 OO PER DOZEN BOTTLES . $ J W SS-OO PER HALF DOZEN BOTTLES . j ^ W Address : ————«—— Brf 5 ANTT-CHOLEKA CO ., I- ^ Unl ° n StOCk Yards - ¦ - - CHICAGO , ILL . II ^^^^^^^^^^^ iir ^^^^^ i ^^^ \ jf ! i )/ r KANSAS CITY KRITERION . ^_ Ii * # 1 i ^ 9 \ SALJ *^ Tl IHEREFORDS ^^ I- \\ Will be held in the KANSAS CITY . I A IVII I A D \/ r * C * r \ f \ * % * \ 5 i |)| MO .. FINE STOCK PAVILION . JANUARY 28 , 29 , 30 ( ft ii / Tueslays Sile to commence at 1 p . m . jR : k \ Wednesday s and Thursday s Sales at 10 a . m . ...
OLEO IS HANDICAPPED [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
OLEO IS HANDICAPPED Bj / fhs ) Bill Agreed on hf the &gt; House Agricultural Committee . IttBE DBA 8 TI 0 THAN GBOUTB BILL ateprcsaion of Anarchism — Mason Would Honor Schley—llanua aud Hale Differ . * vv ««! Mnfstoii . . Tan . 24 . —T 1 ip filFT . ITs of fhe measure for rigid restrictions on oleomargarine and kindred products carried their point before tbe house committee on agriculture yestcnliiy . Snd by a voto of 12 to 5 ordered the report of a bill which is even more restrictive than the orlgimil urout bill . Before tbe meeting yesterday the friends of rigid restriction held a conference and decided on several amendmouts . The original bill plnccd a tax of 10 cents per pound on oleomargarine and butterine colored to imitate yellow butter . The word yellow was struck out , thus making the restriction apply to imitations of white or any other klud of butter . Auother change makes those who t : ike uneolored butter and color it subject to nil the taxes and penalties of man...
WITHOUTFOUHDATION [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
WITHOUTFOUHDATION Trios * Charges Against WitthsKI and Wilson , of tho United Mine Workers . 80 DEOLAEE THE IUVE 8 TIGAT 0 BB Who Also Express Confidence In the sjatioual Officers—Summary a She Bualneas Done . Tndlnnhpolis , Jan . 24 . —The ftilnerV committee yesterday exonerated President Mitchell and Secretary-Treasurer Wilson and said the statements of Miss Meredith do irreparable damage to the miners organization . The report s ; % vs the committee finds that there is no foundation In fact for the charges preferred by Miss Meredith ; that we believe and know that the national officers uud our organization did all that honorable men should do to protect our organization and its funds at the time Mr . Peftrce was removed from office ; that we have every confidence In the honesty , integrity and faithfulness of our officers . aud finally that This convention , by a rising vote indorses in every particular the action of its officers In the Pearce matter . The report was unanimously ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
PREMIUM SGALE OF TNE W RLO I 0 B HAT , GBAIH , STOCK . COAL . Eia Steal -s-m . Boyal ScaleRac . § w &gt; s ^^ 5 aassSa ^ 5 iE ^^^^ Sa * 94 l ~ faf ^ l ^^^ BsnaaaaaSsaaaaaaBaaaat OFFICIAL SCALES AT WORLDS Pant 1833 , also at OMABA EXPOSITION 1898 aad 1899 . Best and Cheapest Reliable Scble made . Many useful articles for Farmers at low prices . Catalogues , Prices and any information furnished free . M CHICAOO SCALE COMPANY . aKtMaa * aw Jaskasa BaattwS . Caisiaaii ¦
CHICAGO FUR MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
CHICAGO FUR MARKET Corrected aad revised by John Miller , a Company , 121-129 Michigan St ., Chicago . No 1 So . I Lurje Medium BOX . iiian . Dak . and Lake I t &amp; tlJU &amp; II . M Superior f Cent , u ; d No . Mich ., I 6 2 . 2 i ft l . W Wis ., llout . I So Mifh ., Intl .. Ohio , la ., I « l . TS a 1 . 25 J &gt; 0 . Mo .. Kas . ai d Xib . ( IU .. In . *! ., eo . O , . a .. So . t 9 ) 175 0 140 Do .. Kan . :. ni Nth f Southern States 0 US 01 . 00 EACCOOH . Blavk ( 3 3 . 0 ) 0 200 Mli-h .. Minn .. Dak . and I fe 1 . U 0 . 15 N . , V f 111 .. Ind ,. Ohio aud Cent . . 0 . 90 . 70 Wo ., Neb .. Kas .. i south 0 . 70 . 70 OPFCSDaT . 111 ., Ind .. Ohio and Centl @ . 50 0 . Z 0 Mo .. Kj-.. a ^ idSou ! h ...... M &amp; . 40 200 . 85 BED FOX . Canad : ; . M nn .. Uah . andt @ I . C 0 0 3 . 01 ) » . »\ . f ¦ Wis .. Mich , ai . d » mil ir i ® 3 . 50 6 2 . 00 a sctlous f No . : ni .. lU ., Ohio . Iowa .. d 2 . 00 0 1 . 55 MO . , Seo .. Kan . and South . i . W ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
RUPTURE . All nipiurad perac-aa tbat know tbe advaatiae of our ssastal apalisntea ( totally nnlik * anVtbiuir In v ! ie trad *) ai « tha atnmseai ertdeso * 0 / our success . Wa aaaraatee to retain parftaUr and oomrortably and toclosc is * ha ^ nlafopaaiaw in two or tataa waeks on any eaae tbat la la Sat ) physical t » Shh o &gt; r metbeds and moSan sppUaneaasreunnarthe pauonace oTtbo worM s Doatdlatliutalshad anrvcoiis ( Gross * anrWe Sunren ) sad as * caeamended by ev «* y I 02 J physielaa and Surf eon tbat baa patronised us . trlHISSaS ^^^ 1 ^ Any kind of a trasa tor special atwt . ra of truaaea . we uanufaewro and it wm ba akiii uUy and proparlv fitted M our esuuUslur . ent . fnves * tlyata our man * p litems and experjeosed opiatoa without eaanre . cataioene Mo . a &gt; rae &gt; U . S . Truss Company , 140 SUte Street ( fifth f . oorj Chlcag *
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 24 January 1902
f &amp; e Famous Premium Flavor never changes-it is always the same and always the finest Swift s Premium Hams and Bacon are cured and smoked with the care and attention to every detail that insures an invariably high standard of quality £ ^ £ * Swift s Silver Leaf Lard is a pure kettle-rendered lard—it is Americas Standard . Swift &amp; Company Chicago Kansas City Omaha Bt . Louis St . Joseph 8 t . Paul Swift A- Cnm «« Sr * o ^ ^ V ^ - . mmmmm »^ . mmmm ^^ mm ^ m ^ m ^ mm . mu ^ K ^ mmm ^ m ^ BSB ssssBSBiBs-asasfa * asnsa » Bsasaf &gt; a . ^ f g » *»«»* ## « - » &gt; 5 tft * y IIIS . § jEf &amp; g lyfe ^ S^ l ( ffi \ uW M m \( Bn ( fj / J JROfsSli / KK 3 K | 1 ^ I SSjjLSS - WHEN IN CHICAGO YOU MUST ^ AT , AND THE BEST PLACE IS THE BURCKY &amp; MILAN LADIES AND GENTLEMENS RESTAURANT 154 a 156 . 158 A 160 8 QUTH CLARK ST ., CHICAGO EXTRACT FROM BILL OP FARE DINNER Baked Whiteflsh , 15 Roast Mutton ... 15 Boiled Trout ..:.. 15 Roast Pork...
LIVE STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
LIVE STOCK MARKET Estimated Receipts . Cattle * - ; 200 Hogs m m 17 , 000 Sheep 2 , 000 _ - _^^ — _______ ¦» Week s Receipts . Cattle - - 57 , 000 Hogs - - 206 , 000 Sheep- -83 , 000 Guesses for Monday . Cattle - - 21 , 000 Hogs- -40 , 000 Sheep - - 25 , 000 Steady Close on Healthy Undertone to Fat Cattle Trade . Fat Cows and Heifers in Good Demand ; Canners Slow Sale . Large Number « # Stock Cattle Being Carried Over . Hog Trade Closing on Week s Decline of 15 to 25 Cents . Trading Slow Today On Yesterday Morning Prices , Close Weak . Sheep Closing Steady ; Lambs Weak at Late Decline . General . Union Stock Yard ., 8 p . m ., Sao . 26 . Receipts for today compared with a , reek ago -show Mine number of eattle , , decrease of 3 , 000 hoga and an lnoreaae it 1 , 000 sheep . Compared with a year ago the reeeipta how same number of cattle , an increaae if 3 . 000 hogs and a decreaae of 2 , 000 sheep . Receipts at Chicago Stock Yards for . 1902 to date , including today * estisnte --it ...
WHEAT DROPS 1 l-2 c [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
WHEAT DROPS 1 l-2 c Notwithstanding Higher Cable Reports Wheat Takes a Fall . CORN TAKES THE SAME FALL . Oata 6 &gt; 8 tol 1-4 Lower . Provisions go Down From B to 12 1-2 cents . The pit was full of bears y and dumping of the fallows caul * c n B on wheat gave a helping hand by j £ j go of their surplus holdings . % X \ uurket opened * o stronger this mornii ^ iwent np to 79 % e bnt under persisted r ~ userIng was foresd as lowas 78 c i -. ilosed only * o higher . July went c from 79 * o to 77 J . O and closed at 78 o . % Cable reports quoted corn 1 3- heat from *&lt; 3 ? id higher , but the ind was felt to a contrary way . Corn dl \ off as mnch as wheat . May opei • 83 c and dropped to 61 * o and close , bat . July opened at 62 * o and closed at Bl ^ c . Oats went down to sympathy with wheat and oorn . May oats opened at 45 ic and closed at 44 c , the lowest point of the day . July opened at 3 £ * Jf * c and lost the % at the close . Provisions were caught to the aq...
A GREAT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
A GREAT SUCCESS Good Work Done at Meeting of Nebraska Breeders . MANY VALUABLE PAPERS . An Interesting Address on A . B . Q , Of Feeding by Prof . Smith one - Of the Features . LINCOLN , NED ., Jan . 23 . —The 20 th annual meeting of the Nebraska Improved Live . Stock Breeders Association is proving a - success in every respect . In addition to their very interesting program of essays and speeches , they have an excellent display of machinery and dairy products . ¦ Several hundred dollars in prizes are ofif ered and a valuable gold medal will bs awart ei to the winner in a contest be- - tween creameries and farm dairies . The State Swine Breeders Association met in the stock-judging room at the State University tarm yesterday , an ! many valuable papers were read . One of these waa - an address on the A . B . C . of Feeding . by Prof . H . R . Smith , assistant professor of the experiment station . While this might seem to be simple , it was presented - in a way that made his hearer...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
TBE CHICAGO LIVE STOCK WORLD rat-tea st Chicago rest OSes as Beeon .-oisse Malta By HALLIWELL &amp; BAUM COMPANY , ABHLBIGH C . HALLIWELL . Pros , and Editor . WILL ^ ^ ^ rr . ^ a ^ O . ^ Hgr . ^^ MKMBKR 8 OF aTAFP INCLUDE : V . A . Hartman , J . B . Poole . F . H . Baum . F . D . Fauafc THE ORIGINAL DAILY FARM NEWSPAPER . SUBSCRIPTIONS ! DAILY , OKK nun - - 14 . 00 MON . ANDmens- 1 taan WJS © SIXMOXTUS - 2 . 00 6 M 0 S . . 75 TIIRI-K MONTHS • 1 . 00 3 . 50 © KB MO . STU • . 50 TUUBSDATS OSLT • *•«* r .: ¦ - Off ICZI : IS snd 15 EXCHANGE AVE , • Union Stock Tsria leng SUtacce 1 hone , Tards 957 . - Begistsred Cable Liken , Itockworld , Chicago . r .,.-.. -j , , — SATURDAY , JAN 25 . 1 S * 0 _ .
Keeping Scraps on V _ r . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
Keeping Scraps on V _ r . BHE other day one of our most prominent business men took oft * his hat and showed in his hatband a clipping from the Live Stock World . It was our editorial headed Cut It Out * , which has been copied very widely , and is still going the rounds of the press , sometimes properly credited , and sometimes , as in the case of a Tennessee paper just to hand , credited to Ex . I have shown that little editorial to at least fifty men , and its good for a lot of service yet , said this man in whose handa are entrusted the handling of a business involving many millions every week . Mr . E . S . Bayard , editor of the National Stockman and Farmer , thought enough of it to not only copy it , but kindly say that it was the best thing of the kind he had Been in a year . It is such incidents as this coupled with each letters as the one we got from Mr . James A . Cochrane of Canada saying nice things about our editorials that make us feel sure of the truth in the old say...
^ / I Good Investment . . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
^ / I Good Investment . . HSOOD COMMISSIONER MCMILLAN , of IB Minnesota , whose extensive farm is v in Blue Earth county hear Mankato , recently said to a Live Stock World man : The fact that my farm is in the corn belt insures its future value . This alone Jias added S 25 an acre to ite worth during the past year . Have you money to invest ? If so , here is a piece of advice : Put it into corn land . You can buy with your eyes stent and double your money . Only a small part of the United States is in the corn belt and it must remain forever the monarch of cereals . Oood corn ] land in Illinois is now hard to secure at less than 8100 an acre , and much of it is selling at $ 1 : 25 . Every acre of it will go to § 150 and there are many thousands of acres of similar land in Iowa , Missouri , Wisconsin , Minnesota , Kansas and Nebraska that will increase in value 100 per cent . . • Put your money into corn land . It is safe as a government bond and far more remunerative . In the midst ...
leecieris Must Sell Them younger . • [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
leecieris Must Sell Them younger . • BH . KERRICK , the Illinois , telling of his experience at the recent fat stock show . What he has to say is of interest . He declares that while feeders have been selling their cattle at two yean old they must market them even younger , as at the International he : - * j * a told that Ixia c ^^ Mm % jxrexQx ^^ _ - ** &gt; XT * ¦ - ^^ -. -- tyfTT ,-. ¦ ,- ¦ ¦ ¦ .. ^ -r » T ^ -- ^ . -r ..- -- . - -. iv . fe ^ . v « - : ^ . ^ - ¦¦¦¦¦ - ¦¦ ¦ - He disagrees with the judges , however , and asserts that if properly fed it is a physiological impossibility to make a tvo-year-old steer weigh 1700 pounds and nave him too fat . That buyers discriminate against overfitted beeves is an acknowledged fact , and this fact twill doubtless lead Mr . Kerrick and other up-to-date feeders to ship their cattle to market when a stage in their development has been reached at which -they will just meet the butcher s requirements .
* fhreded Corn Fodder . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 25 January 1902
* fhreded Corn Fodder . THERE Is a great deal of interest being taken in sbredded corn fodder during tills year of blgh priced feed . The LIVE STOCK WORI . D is glad to give the opinions aad experiences of practical men upon tbis subject . Mr . J . H . Roe , of Ghana , IU ., in sneaking ot feeding sbredded fodder and corn cob meal says : So far as I have tried them I am pleased with tbe results The shredded fodder , is by far the cheapest roughage attainable this year , and fae results indicate that it is at fcast equal to timothy bay , with a better yield per acre . With improved shredders , so tbat the husking can be done cleaner , and the shredding liner , and more rapidly done , I see no reason why sbredded fodder should not supercede timothy for farm animals la winter . It is probably too heating for summer .