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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 6 June 1922

TV? Number 2 Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, JUNE 6, 1922 Mil' L I I is ja nicpiciMMiiai ra JUNE 30fi I OO YOU THINK OF YOURA A I FARM NOW? BEHOLD M V the best ecop gkown 3 ONTOE BEST V V. SOU. N TWE r- V if : 5 " COMING EVENTS , two nmin will run ?n each issue Send in items of Coming Events and they will be included. It is the purpose of this column to keep farmers informed of meetings and so forth. ,; ' June 9th, 7:30 p. m.,' Lighthouse Community Meeting, moving pictures. Ju)cie.ftth,:9:Oa.sm.to M0,p. m., .Group, meetings .with Miss Lamkin, Pageant Director. " ' v . ... . June 9th, 8:00 p. m., Green River Farmers' Club, Amboy, Illinois. June 10th, All day, Paw Paw Farmers' Picnic. : June 24th, Decennial Pageant Rehearsels at DeKalb. . June 30th, Decennial Pageant, DeKalb. TOWNSHIP VISITS sfhedulfi will be followed in makinsr farm visits in so far as possible. Those wishing a visit the day the Adviser is in his township should write or call the office. ' . '' The adviser .or assistant ad...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 6 June 1922

LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amb6y, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. Application for entry as second class matter at post office, Amlboy, 111. is pending. ' -Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. Subscription price $1.00 jper,, year. Members of the Lee County Farm Bu- children came to Lee County farms for a vacation. From all information reau pay 50c. per year which sum has we can gather, the chidren were given been set aside by the Executive Com-' a reai 0uting and the farmers enjoyed mittee out of the yearly membership e vacation for the children about as fee. American), Iowa 103, Iowar. Soy beans Manchu, Medium Yellow, Mongol or Hollybrook, t Ebony, Illinois 13-19, Ohio 9035 (Hamilton), Haberlandt, Virginia. s Corn Yellow and white (varieties or strains not yet determined). , All applications for inspection of wheat and oat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 6 June 1922

G3 0.13ZO5 HOW FARMER IS REPRESENTED I FARM MOVIES BRING RESULTS Hog Raising a Real Science .. - , 'n Many Farm Bureau members will remember that a series of moving pictures on round worms in pigs were shown at a number of places in the i.ouKty during the early spring. , These films along with, two others showing tuberculosis in cattle have cueated a great deal of interest and a number of fanners have since followed the methods shown in keeping pigs free of parasites, and likewise many have tested their cattle for tuberculosis. Owing to numerous inquiries from those who did not see the pictures as well as many who did, we are glad to give the following information largely from B. H. Ransom, Chief of the. Zoological Division of the Bureau of Animal Industry. We are especially grateful to Fulton County Farm Bureau for the engravings shown herewith. . y The following is a very brief description of the round worms in pigs and also describes the method of preventing round wcrms and many ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 6 June 1922

FARM NEWS ITEMS EXCHANGE COLUMN nivnn lias been sowing Grimm alfalfa for a number nl 'years, and has had excellent success with it as compared with common alfalf a.. (The' Grimm shows up best right to the row and Mr. Bosworth has come to the conclusion that it pays to sow Grimm although it costs twice as much per bushel. J ;'. ' - ,. , , ' ', Mr Bosworth also has results to the very row where limestone has been applied, also bone meal. He finds that where four cuttings were made last rear the growth is not so rank and so quick to start as where only three cuttings were made. -Mr. Bosworth will be glad to talk his results over with sanyone, and show you his field,, J , , .;- .,. Otto Boehle of Am'boy snipped cooperatively , uve umu.i yw6,.".& ' 1.190 pounds, and returns showed just five pounds shrink. He received $10.80 per hundred and local offers were $10.00 per hundred weight for considerably lighter weigrit hogs the same day shipment was made. The week before he fead ...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 18 July 1922

. Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, JULY 17, 1922 Number 5 RATES ON MIXED UVESTOCKSHIPMENTS The American Farm Bureau Federation is to be congratulated in securing for the shipping associations of Illinois and the country in general a recent ruling handed down by the Interstate Commerce Commission on the question of rates on mixed shipments. The exorbitant rates in effect at the present time on mixed shipments have particularly penalized shipping associations because of the fact that a large percentage of their shipments are mixed. The present rate under whioh the railroads are operating permits the carrier to charge the highest rate and the highest minimum weight on mixed shipments. On and after August 19, the rule governing the rate on mixed shipments will be as follows: "When cattle, calves, hogs, sheep, lambs, goats, kids, horses and (or) mules are shipped in mixed carloads, charges shall be based on the rate and minimum weight for that kind of stock, which, on a straight carload (basis,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 18 July 1922

LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of publication, Amboy, Illinois. Application , for entry as second class matter at post office, Amlboy, 111. is pending. Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. Subscription price $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau pay 50c. per year which sum has been set a'side by the Executive Com- mittee out of the yeany memue! fee. Advertising rates 25c. per column inch. Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise 25 lines per year free of charge in the exchange column. Non-members are charged 5c. a line averaging 6 words Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. Conner, Vice President. m. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bosworth, C H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. Directors G. B. Garrett, Will Robbins L. D. Hemenway, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 18 July 1922

MEMBERS' COLUMN "I think a lot of that little paper. I read it from start to finish. I was especially interested in the article on round .worms in pigs." Fred Kersten, Ashton. "We like the 'News' better than the letters." Frank J. Apple & Son Harmon. "The 'News' is fine. All the family reads it and watches for it. . When .the letters came, they used to think they were for 'dad' only, ibut now the whole family reads the news." W. H. Glaser, West Brooklyn. "We like the 'News' better than the letters." Fred Melhausen, Ashton "We like the 'News' all right." John Scully & Sons, Harmon. ."I like the 'News'. " Wesley Peach, Walnut. "I think the 'News' is fine." G. W. Bass, Walnut . "Received sample copy of the Farm News. " Accept' congratulations on an interesting readible siheet, will grow into a good thing." Carol D. King, Springfield, III. "The Farm News is all right, although I always liked the letters too." H C. Bothe, Amboy. - "The 'News' is a great improvemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 18 July 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise 25 lines per year free of charge in the exchange column. Non members are charged fie per line averaging 6 words . Eemember the Farm News is issued the first and. third Tuesdays. of each month. Exchange ads. will be run once unless otherwise requested. , FOR SALE Less house work for the lady if you will use the New Perfection Oil Cooker. W. F. GRAVES, Amboy . Registered yearling mammoth jack Hack with mealy points. Also regis- itered Holstein heifer with heifer calf at side. JOHN GENTRY, Amboy Canning made easy by using the aluminum 4-piece canning set at W. F. GRAVES, Amboy FARM NEWS ITEMS 4 good sci'een doors complete with tinges, will sell cheap. FRED MELHAUSEN, Ashton Good bargains in Crystal Glass Jiowls and Berry Sets $1.98 at W. F. GRAVES, Amboy WANTED .WANTED 39 girls who are thinking of going to housekeeping to purchase Copper Clad Ranges of W. F. GRAVES, Amboy Those wanting culling demonstrations should not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 15 August 1922

to i u NOV its utti" ' Farm Hew Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, AUGUST 15, 1922 Number 7 MEMBERSTOS FAIR L63 EE FREE MOVIES AT THE FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS AT THE FAIR Earm Bureau Exhibit Center of Attraction. ' SOIL TESTING DEMONSTRATION AT THE FAIR Bring Your Own Samples o! Soil. Will Test Your Soil The headquarters of the Lee County Farm Bureau will be located near the poultry and cattle barns and will consist of two tents. One tent will be used for general exhibit and office headquarters, and the second tent will be used to show the moving pictures to which the Farm Bureau members and their families will be given free admission. ; Headquarters at Farm Bureau Tent For years members of the Farm Bureau have made their headquarters at -the exhibit tent. Feel free to leave wraps, lunch baskets or infor- - mation at the Farm, Bureau tent. Office to Fair Grounds ' During the fair the office headquarters of the Farm Bureau will be at the fair grounds A phone will be installed, and the office sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 15 August 1922

i LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. . Application for entry as second class matter at post office, Amboy, 111. is pending. ' ' Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. r. v.. WARREN. Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. Subscription price $1.00 per year, MmhArs nf the Lee County Farm Bu- reau pay 50c. per year which sum has wn sat aside bv the Executive Com mittee out of the yearly membership fee." " Advertising rates 25c. per column inch. Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise to unea free nf chaise in the ex- chanee column. Non-members are charged 5c, a line, averaging 6 words Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. . " W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A; H. Bos worth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch, Directors a t? fiarrett. Will Robbins, I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 15 August 1922

FARM NEWS ITEMS Eoy Conibear of Lee Center and Donald -Vaugfaan of Amboy are erecting a Radio outfit with special loud talking amplifiers for use in the grand stand during the Lee County Fair. Market reports, concerts and news items will be given daily. . . Soil tests will be made "while you wait," from samples of soil which you wish to bring to. the Farm Bureau headquarters during the fair. , Remember it only takes a small quantity of soil to make a test. ' A few extra copies of the Farm News may be had at the Farm Bureau headquarters at th& Lee County Fair. A few sample copies of back numbers may also be had as long as the supply lasts. See the Decennial Pageant movie films at the Farm Bureau tent at the fair. Free admission to Farm Bureau members and their families. 'Others pay 10 cents. . , ' v Real Farm Movies , Arrangements have been made to show "Joe McGuire" at different place m the county as follows: f ; . ; Paw Paw, Edwards & Chase Opera House, Augu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 15 August 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise 25 lines per year free of charge in the exchange eolumn. Non members are charged 5c. per line averaging 6 words . Remember the .Farm News is issued the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Exchange ads. will be run once unless otherwise requested. FOR SALE Two pure bred Shorthorn bulls for sale. Phone Sublette. . J. 0. ERBES, LaMoille A 14x32 full length wood stave silo for sale. FRANK MEEKS, Amboy FOR SALE Some of the Best Oil Cook Stoves. Save coal. Don't fear the coal strike when you can get the New Perfection Cookur at W. F. GRAVES', Amboy Two hundred bushels of No. One Turkey Red Winter seed wheat for sale. It is entirely free from rye or cheat and showed no smut. Will sell St recleaned or bin run. F. D. LAHMAN, Franklin Grove WANTED WANTED 49 boys to buy the Rubber Tire Coaster Wagons at W. P. GRAVES, Amboy. LIVESTOCK A registered Poland China boar 2 years old, for sale. Weighing over 00 pounds, in conditio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 September 1922

Lee Goum iw Fwm Mews Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 5, 1922 Number 8 READ TUBERCULOSIS THI 1- PREMIUMS AWARDED AT BOYS' AND GIRLS' EXHIBIT ATLEE CO. FAIR The exhibit of products of the boys' and girls' club work at the fair were better and larger even than last year. Exhibits were made by 57 club members, of which 10 were of the dairy heifer club, 17 of the gig club, 23 of the e-arment club and 7 of the canning club:' There were exhibited 10 dairy heifers, 39 pigs, 55 garments, 16 cans of fruit, 8 cans of vegetables, 3 glasses of jelly, 2 loaves of bread and 2 pans of biscuits. Demonstrations of club work were given by three teams representing the . garment, pig and dairy heifer clubs respectively. Premiums were awarded as follows: DAIRY HEIFER CLUB Six Months Old Dairy Heifers 1st, Arthur Seitz, Lee Cente.r . $9.00 2nd, Alden Ackert, Dixon, 7.00 Yearling Dairy Heifers 1st, William Seitz, Lee Center. .$9.00 2nd,' John Finch, Amboy, 7.00 3rd, Edwin Seitz, Lee Center, 5.00 - Two ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 September 1922

f LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois - Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois, v Application for entry as second class matter at post office, Amlboy, 111 is pending. Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary, Subscription price $1.00 per year, Members of the Lee County Farm Bu reau pay 50c. per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Com mittee out of the yearly membership fee. Advertising rates 25c. per column inch. Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise 25 lines per year free of charge in the ex change column. Non-members are charged 5c. a line averaging 6 words Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. "Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bos worth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. Directors G. B. Garrett, Will Robbins, L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 September 1922

V. . liKAIXN liKUW- ERS REORGANIZE ! ' ' The U. 8. Grain Growers, Inc., was completely reorganized during a meeting of the board of directors in Chicago, August 4th and 5th. The new board of directors is as follows: Howard Leonard, Eureka, 111., Pres ident of the Illinois Agricultural As sociation. . John F. Boland, Webster Grove, Mo., President of the Missouri Farm Bureau Federation Ralph Snyder, Oskaloosa, Kans., President of the Kansas Farm Bureau " Federation. , John G. Brown, Monon, Ind., President of the Indiana ; Federation of Farmers Ass'n. Chas. W. Hunt, DesMonies, Iowa, President of the: Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, . O. E. Bradfute, Xenia, Ohio, Presir . dent of the Ohio Farm Bureau Feder ation. " " . ;.' ;-''. J. F. Reed, St. Paul, Minn., President of the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation. 'George McKerrow, Pewaukee, Wis., President of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. E. H. Cunningham, Cresco, la., Secretary of the Iowa Farm Bureau Fed- . eration. JR. A. Cowles, Bloo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 September 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise 25 lines per year free of charge in the exchange column. Non members are charged 6c. per line averaging 6 words ; Remember the Farm News is issued the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Exchange ads. will be once unless otherwise requested. MEMBERS' COLUMN CATTLE FOR SALE Good Aberdeen-Angus bulls, all ages at farmers' prices. ANSON ROSENCRANS, , Paw Paw, 111. FOR SALE Good high grade Hoi.stein cow. R- J- HARMS Harmon 111., phone Harmon, Two pure bred Shorthorn, bulls for sale. Phone Sublette. J. 0. ERBES, LaMoille "The Farm News is a newsy little paper." Geo. Fauble, LaMoille. . "The Farm News is 0. K.." A. J. Keifchahn, Walnut. "The Farm News is all right and much better than the letters." Dajvis Parsons, Walnut. ' , "The Farm News is a clever publication." J. K. Tempieion, wamuu, uu vun reau County. "The Farm News is great." Adam balzman, jjixon. "A great improvement over the letters." W. H. Robinson, Ashton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 September 1922

'NOV:. 16 Farm Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922 Number 9 ARE'TESTEDFO SEED CORN GATHER- Interesting Farm PracING MADE EASY tices Seen on Auto Tour Mews OWCA RTUBERGULOSIS 20,000 Bushels for Lee County The right time to gather seed corn is from the field as soon as the ears are well matured - and before ; the stalks are killed by heavy frosts. ' It will require something over 20,' 000 bushels of seed corn to plant Lee County's acreage for 1923. To gath- er this amount of corn from the field in a sack, as is usually recommended, is quite a task, but it is much better to gather corn early from the field than it is to risk later selection from the wagon or the crib. To help make this job easier we are telling you of a method we know from wide expert ence to be worth while. , , " How to Make the Seed Corn Drag ' A number of years ago we invent ed a seed corn drag for gathering seed com that has been used quite exten sively in many parts, of the state, Boxes or crates are plac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 September 1922

LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. Application for entry as second class matter at post office, Amlboy, 111. is pending. Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. ' Subscription price $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee County Farm Bu reau pay 50c. per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Com mittee out of the yearly membership fee. .' Advertising rates 25c. per column , inch. Memlbers of the Lee County Farm Bureau may advertise 25 lines per year free of charge in the exchange column. Non-members are charged 5c. a line averaging 6 words Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, "President. , H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bosworth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. Directors . G. B. Garrett, Will Robbi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 September 1922

WOULD THIS HAVE HAPPENED BEFORE THE FARM t BUREAUS WERE ORGANIZED? FARM NEWS ITEMS Washington, June 25. A farmers' dinner, rivaling the recent steel and railroad dinners at -the White House, will be given by President Harding, Thursday night, it was learned here today. Some of the leading representatives of farmers! associations, members of the congressional farm bloc and those in the executive departments charged with the administration of laws af fecting the agricultural interests, are expected to attend. The exact object of the dinner is being kept a secret toy the White House. A's a result, there are many report sas to the exact purpose of the summoning of the farm leaders to the White House. Among these were: 1. The President desires informa tion as to whether credit and trans portation facilities and farm labor available are ample to . harvest and market advantageously to, the farmers the "bumper crops" being raised this year. , . 2. The president desires to explain to the far...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 19 September 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN I 1 TV H-IV IDT70 C rTT T T1VIM r v nr.rv.i VvWLjviui v IT XX W-"-" FOR SALE ,FOR SALE A 4-year, old registered Shorthorn bull. Phone Amboy. FRANK fAIVRE, Sublette Pure bred Poland China boar pig for sale. Will sell at farmers' prices. JOHN REUTER, Amboy. Phone Ohio. FOR SALE An 8 year old mare,. Bound and broke. Weight about 1600 pounds. J. L. RICHARDSON, Amboy FOR SALE A . Shropshire buck. ROCHO BROS, Amboy. Two 2-year old and 1 yearling Shropshire buck. Pricing them right. C. H. STUFF; Polo. A Ford Tractor, plow and disc all new last spring. R. T. POMEROY, Amboy. FOR SALE A Parrett Tractor and plow. W. H. VOSBURG, Paw Paw. FOR SALE Duroc Jersey boar out of Big Premier Model of the Swartz & Miller herd. J. L. RICHARDSON, Amboy. Yearling 'Duroc boar for -sale.. C. J. BETZ, West Brooklyn. m wv,rep.entlv that was arranged by the Farm Bureau certairmafelW think about how to do things better We eed to wake up our landlords too. One farm whewest,, , dollars w...

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