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Peru Renews Interest in League of Nations [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Peru Renews Interest in League of Nations Lima , Peru . —Peru has ended its loug abstinence from participation in the affairs of the League of Nations . Decision was made to resume full cooperation in all activities . Peru withdrew from official participation in league activities in 1921 . Philadelphia . — Four persons were killed by lightning and three were drowned as a result of severe electrical storms that descended a few days ago upon Philadelphia and the surrounding -country . Ottawa , Ont . —The government has ordered an inquiry into the Canadian automobile Industry , to determine if Canadian manufactuers are taking advantage of the protective tariff .
Cold Storage at 37 Degrees Best [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Cold Storage at 37 Degrees Best Temperature Should Not Run Too Close to Freezing ¦ for Potatoes . ( Proimred by the United States Department of Agriculture . ) Cold storage of seed potatoes should not run too close to the freezing point , and 37 degrees Fahrenheit is probably a desirable temperature , potato spelialists in the 1 United States • Department of Agriculture have concluded after storage experiments with seed potatoes in several seasons . Results of Studies . The results of the studies appear In Technical Bulletin 117-T , Comparative Influence of Different Storage Temperatures on AVeight Losses and Vitality of Seed Potatoes , . lust published by the department . AVhen potatoes are stored at a temperature of 32 degrees considerable decay results . At temperatures of 30 or 40 degrees the potatoes remain approximately dormant for the usual storage season , and may even be stored for an additional year without excessive deterioration in . appearance but not In quality . The a...
Good Implements Give ' Protection From Bees [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Good Implements Give Protection From Bees Many farmers who could use the honey from one to two swarms of / bees on their table during the year ¦ • and . at practically no cost for the food . . . will not keep bees because they are ; afraid they will get stung . With a bee smoker , a bee veil , and bee gloves , all of which cost but little ,, bees can be handled with as little fear as chickens . Blow a little smoke Into the entrance of the hive first , , ; then raise the cover of the hive a little and blow a little smoke in on . top . Wait a moment and you have a . docile swarm of bees . There will be - . ¦ . ¦¦ some workers in the field and they . will come back while you are working with thenl . To protect yourself . against these have a veil and for fear you would pinch one a little and cause it to sting , wear gloves . Then you are absolutely safe . But after :. all , a bee sting hurts IfiTt little mom ¦ than a savage peck from an old setting hen .
Ventilated Crates Are Fine for Apple Storage [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Ventilated Crates Are Fine for Apple Storage Apples are best stored in ventilated crates . Crates stack better in storage space than either baskets or barrels and fruit cools quicker in crates than In the other containers and for other reasons keeps better . Then , too , it is usually desirable to grade arid condition the fruit just before it is put on the market and crates can be handled and emptied for resorting more conveniently than the other containers . Cellars vary considerably In their , adaptability to storage , of apples . Some are fairly satisfactory while others are poor . Cellars with furnace heat in them are quite satisfactory for storing fruit . Usually the chief fault with . cellars for storing fruit is that they cannot be properly ventilated and when a considerable quantity of fruit is taken in it is difficult to get the fruit quickly cooled . Then , too , it must be kept in mind that ground heat Is 50 degrees Fahrenheit and this is 18 or 20 degrees higher than the ...
Swine Haying Constant Access to Water Thrive [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Swine Haying Constant Access to Water Thrive It has , been demonstrated many times by experiment stations as . well as by thousands of producers that hogs do better , and make larger gains from a givenamount of feed when they have constant access to water ; Normally a-- hog drinks only small quantities at a time , but it likes to . drink often ! , ; It will drink , several times during / one feeding , period when it can run . to a self-feeder at will . When the feed is thrown on the ground or oni a feeding floor where tlie individual hog must eat in competition with a large group , it is not likely to stop . for water so long as there is grain to eat . But when it can run to a self-feeder it soon learns that there will be plenty of feed left when it returns . . Then it begins to eat more deliberately and to drink several times before it has . satisfied Its hunger . A good draft horse is a ready and willing worker ; and is neither irritable nor nervous . Pullets and . cockerels shoul...
Cellar Is Convenient for Vegetable Storage [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Cellar Is Convenient for Vegetable Storage The house cellar Is a convenient place for vegetable storage . A dirt floor Is preferable . The furnace cellar should be separated from the storage cellar by a concrete wall or a double wood partition . A window Is needed for ventilation . An outside pit , made by burying a barrel horizontally- In the side of a bank , makes an Ideal place for storing cabbage and root crops , and the unused hotbed pit frequently can be used successfully for storing celery .
Agricultural Squibs [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Agricultural Squibs - Most fungous or bacterial parasites thrive best where moisture Is plentiful . » • • Generally millets can be sufficiently cured In the swath and windrow and this is the quickest method . »¦ * - . * There is practically no difference between the flavor ! or the body of whey butter and that of the regular product . * • • Aphis or plant lice show signs of being particularly plentiful this year . They are sucking Insects and must be controlled with a contact spray .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HATOEN , Editor Published In the Interest of the ftrmw . ThW Avenue and Chicago Street , JoUet , IlUnofa Telephone 4978 All onsoticrted articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Farmers 7 Weekly Review are ( tent at the owner s rfek and the publishers eipreseljr repudiato anjr liability or responsibility for their sale custody or return . AdvertMnc will be run antS ordered oat . _^______ Bnterrd aa second class , mail matter at the post office at Joliet , Bl ., under Act of Oon n -eas , March 8 , 1879 . ___!___ . g ^^ p - . ¦ - -
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
School days are here again , and school authorities and motorists associations are / turning their thoughts to the matter of eccident prevention among the school children . The average child starts to attend school at six , the age at which accidents are most prevalent , and every year brings its hundreds of little ones who have not had the banefit of safety training , and 1 who are alone on the streets every day for the first time . Children are quick to follow examples , and in the work of reducing accidents , good examples have been found to be one of the most important factors in influencing the actions of children . The school boy patrols , appointed because of capability , good deportment andi attention to studies , furnish a good example . The boys are respected by their school comrades and by the . general motoring public ; they are responsible for improving the general mo- . rale of the schools , in addition to the work they accomplish in preventing accidents . Be it said t...
Ground Speltz Fed to y Live Stock or Poultry [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Ground Speltz Fed to y Live Stock or Poultry Speltz is a grain that is nearer to barley , in its chemical composition than to any other of the . fann grains . It is , in fact , ; ,, quite similar \ to , barley in composition and , of course , not so ? differerit from bats and corn . v Its principal , difference ? from oats is that it does not . contain so mucli outside hull or fiber and it differs from corn in that it does contain more fiber than corn . Speltz Is a very hard grain and should be ground moderately fine before it is fed to live stock or poultry . If it can be ground rather fine , it can be used as a part of the grain feed to replace barley , corn or oats in a ration and will give about the same results as if tlie barley , corn or oats were being fed .
Traditions of Sheep Disproved [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Traditions of Sheep Disproved Coverings of Wool Over the Face Does Not Indicate Its Quality . ( Prepared by the United States Department ot Agriculture . ) Traditionally sheepmen have believed that the best sheep have coverings of wool over their faces . Another common belief was that folds around the neck and shoulders of a sheep was anindication of a fleece of superior quality and value . AnT other idea commonly held was that the weather exercised a controlling Influence in the quality and quantity of wool . . . Bring Out Fact * . Research work by tlie United States Department of Agriculture has disproved two of these ideas . and confirmed the other , but : with , a highly important modification To bring out the facts , the department workers have for years carried on painstaking investigations , using methods which they admit seem wasteful and useless until the methods and results are understood . . The bureau of animal Industry maintains a flock of sheep In eastern Idaho . Each ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Henley s Book Shop 408 Clinton St Joliet National Bank Bldg Since 1891 we have furnished Bo the children of Joliet and , Will County their School Books and Supplies We are again prepared to supply all your school needs this year . . Joliet cMusical College ALBERT P . HERATH , Director . Joliet s Recognized School of Music Opens September 1 as an Accredited Institution . MUSIC , DANCING AND DRAMATIC ART Auditorium Building Phone 5058
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
Genuine Business Training In a typical business atmosphere by real business men and women . Such an environment and such , supervision are naturally conductive to a superior kind of education , and inevitably result in success . More than 125 , 000 graduates are ready to testify to the merits of our course . Fall Term Opens Sept . 3 . Students May Enter Any Monday . But make your arrangements at once . Send for a catalogue today so that you may pick out the course you want . (^ axmam - 311 Van Buren St ., Between Chicago and Otawa Sts . Phone 623 J . H . JENNINGS , Principal . Joliet , III . School Books and Supplies Our extensive line of this merchandise enables you to supply all your wants in one place instead of buying from several different houses—it means a saving to you in both time and money . For many years the name of the Book Shop has been locally recognized as the leading house of its kind in Joliet . Below we list a few items which you are likely to have oh your want lis...
——— f % — PICTORIAL—mr UOLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 28 August 1929
——— f % — PICTORIAL—mr UOLF INSTRUCTION By VLB . Martin——— Change of Stance Will Correct Tendency to Slice THOSE who slice can And almost immediate relief by taking a stance that will make It extremely awkward for the golfer to pull the arms in . That is what causes the club head to come . across the ball , the . prime reason for a slice . Advance the left foot , or If you like , pull the right foot back about 8 inches , thereby making ! t possible for tbe club head to come onto the ball from the Inside of the line . Naturally the club will continue on over the line and most likely will bring about a hook which Is just the opposite from a slice . The bands , of course , can control to some extent the slice , but it is not so easily done as In the case of the stance . This makes a path for the clubhead , while the position of the hands only attends to the turning over of the club .