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Late Ducklings Have Several Advantages [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Late Ducklings Have Several Advantages The late hatched ducklingshave a number of . advantages over their earlier hatched brothers , and sisters . In the first place , the summer and early fall hatched , ducklings , If pushed for rapid and cheap gains , will go on the late fall- and early winter markets in time for the Jewish and Christian holidays . They are naturally profitable , for at this time the highest prices can be realized and in addition , the weather during the growing season for late hatched ducks is more favorable for rapid growth .
Dairy Thermometer Will Be Found Quite Useful [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Dairy Thermometer Will Be Found Quite Useful It may be no fault of your separator that there Is a high percentage of fat In the skim milk . Experiments carried on at the Purdue experiment station Indicate that milk separated at a temperature of 90 degrees Fahrenheit - showed a fat content in the skim milk of . 026 per cent , while milk separated under similar conditions except that the temperature had been allowed to drop to CO degrees Fahrenheit contained . 99 per cent of fat in the skim milk . Sometimes it pays to warm the milk if the separating is done at a long distance from the stable . Many times the purchase of . a ; dairy thermometer , will be found , to be a profitable investment
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HAYDEN , Editor Published in the Interest of the Farmer Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , Illinois Telephone 4 » W All unsolicited articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Farmers Weekly Review are sent at the owners risk and the publishers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertising will be run untO ordered oat . Bnterrd as second class mail matter at the post office at Joliet , III ., under Act of Congress , March 3 , 1879 .
Cockerels and Pullets Should Be Separated [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Cockerels and Pullets Should Be Separated Cockerels should be separated from pullets when they are from eight to ten weeks of age . The pullets for next winters laying flock will develop faster and more evenly if there are no cockerels in the lot to disturb and annoy them , according to William Kohlnieyer , of Purdue university . When pullets are left in the brooder house by themselves they have additional room , which in many cases is badly needed . When cockerels are sorted out it is often possible to leave the pullets in the original brooder house until they are ready for the laying house . Alfalfa makes a well-balanced ration for horses when fed with corn alone . To feed cows well will help prevent a milk shortage next fall ; furthermore it pays well . Bluegrass probably Is used more frequently as a hog pasture than ; any other forage crop . The lamb s mother should have all the legume hay she wants , because legume hay makes milk . Disking or otherwise cultivating early plowed ...
Agricultural Hinte [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Agricultural Hinte Too many chicks under one hover causes stunted chicks . Give them room . The greater part of crown and root injury of apple trees is started by low temperatures . . Tuberculosis in live stock costs American farmers between fifty and sixty million dollars annually . With * all things considered , the cheapest source of digestible carbohydates is found in-corn or cane silage .
Liberal Silage Ration Stimulates Production [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Liberal Silage Ration Stimulates Production In times of drouth during the dog days when the grass turns white and vegetation is hard and woody , a liberal ration of silage will stimulate large production and will keep the cows in a good condition for fall and . winter production . Those -who have had the most experience will tell you that the silo should be used for sum-mer-as well as winter , especially by the dairy farmer . A crop safely stored in a silo is a sure and dependable asset to the stock keeper . As for the dairyman , every test has proved that silage is a most important item in economic milk production .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Henley s Book Shop 408 Clinton St . Joliet National Bank Bldg Since 1891 we have furnished tio the children of Joliet and Will County their School Books and Supplies We are again prepared 1 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 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Fldrence Kin &amp; Cioniptometer School • • Individual Attention Day and Eveaing Classes EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO FELT AND TARENT COURSE PUBLIC WORK BY ARRANGEMENT . For Information Call 169 7-J- Agnes Nicholson , Principal . 411 S . Radnor Ave ., Joliet . . Joliet Conservatory of Music BRAUN-KIEP BUILDING 1906 to 1929—OPEN FOR 24 YEARS WE OFFER A GRADED COURSE IN MUSIC Pupils Receive a Certificate of Promotion Each June A FACULTY OF 25 TEACHERS AN ENROLL MENT OF 600 STUDENTS COURSES LEADING TO GRADUATION AND DEGREE J . WALLACE SPEARS Sclh ®®! © ayS ] peeaaM Th ® WMte wmm JOLIEr S BRIGHTEST SPOT 401-4 OT : Cass Street BOYS SCHOOL SUITS $ 3 . 98 andUp BOYS AND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES TENNIS SHOES—Small TENNIS SHOES—Large Sizes 65 c BOYS BLOUSES 39 c and 79 c GIRLS SCHOOL DRESSES 49 c and 79 c SALE OF JOLIET DRY GOODS STOCK CONTINUED SAVE MONEY NOW ! $ 1 . 98 59 c .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 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 . MFTPOPAHTAN 311 Van Buren St ., Between Chicago and Otawa Sta . Phone 623 J . H . JENNINGS , Principal . Joliet , HI . . 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 on your want...
SWEET CORN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
SWEET CORN Families everywhere are enjoying the great seasonal- delicacy , corn-on-the-cob , and regretting that the sea son . is all - too , short . But science now has taught us that with ease and accuracy we can , have ^ . cur own . iorn-on-the-cob all winter . . The long , steamy process and inaccuracy attending cold pack and boiler methods dis Mrs . W . E . Fr ! bley coura S e ( V many from- trying to can the dainty ears of corn . But the pressure cooker method of corn canning avoids steam In the kitchen and assures accurate heat and shorter time in processing . Canned corn-on-the-cob to be at its best must be rather small ears—three or four inches at . most—and must be in the milk stage ; Old corn canned will be tough and tasteless . : Care should be taken , to have sweet com for this canning , as field corn is to large and tasteless . To those who have never canned corn or corn-on-the-cob because they fear spoilage , the United States Department of Agriculture Bulletin No . 1...
BEANS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
BEANS Every family should be well supplied with canned beans for winter use .: we know they are conducive to good • . ¦ health and they add attractiveness , palatablltty , variety and bulk to . ¦ the . diet as well as mineral salts . The only way this , supply can be furnished - . is ; by canning during the growing season . , The United States Department of Ag i Grace Viall Gray , riculture r e c o in - mends that we use the pressure cooler er for canning all types of beans due „ to the fact that beans are a non-acid food and as such are more difficult to properly sterilize . A pressure cooker « y ininimniiiii » in « iii » . nn » .. » ii » .. siis »» ii » ii » i H t » - $ 1 OFFER $ 5 , 825 IN PRIZES IN - NATIONAL CANNING CONTEST , ¦ To . ward off a threatened surplus of farm products in many sections and to impress more- housewives : with the economy / and healthf illness of home canned foods , a Na- | . tional Canning Contest Is now under way S . to find the best Jar of canned frui...
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r ,,..., „ . v ^^ -m ^^^ w ^^ w ^ IllUNOIS State News ¦ e ¦ en ¦ ¦ &gt; 11 » ii II II i ¦ ii s » I &gt; I &lt; em i T . J . Teaney , sixty-two , Taylorvlllt real ; estate man , died of cancer . H « is . survived by Ills wife and three chli dren . Two airplanes and a hangar wer « destroyed by fire at an airport neai Granite City . The loss was estimated at $ 7 , 500 . Lincoln B . Frazler , fifty-eight years old , former publisher of the Aurora Dally News , died of apoplexy at the Aurora hospital . Louis : Modglin , forty-five ,. Cambria coal miner , ; was killed by an Illinois Central freight train , bound from St Louis to Herrln , east of Cambria . o Margaret Matejzel , sixteen years old , of South Standard City , was killed when a blowout : sent the automobile In which she was riding , into a ditch . The body of a nude woman , whose age is estimated at from forty-five to sixty years , was found bound in a burlap sack beside the paved highway about one mile w...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
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era i cows IISIPLE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
era i cows IISIPLE RECORD There is only one way to * get the largest production of milk and the greatest profit from dairy cows , and that is by keeping some kind of a simple record of the milk produced daily by each cow , says the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . With increased costs of feed , labor and other items of overhead , the successful farmer knows that It is necessary to keep his production costs to the lowest possible point , if he is to make the most money from his work . This he does by checking up carefully each , day on the milk production of each cow . Keeping a daily record of the weight of each cow s milk production pays for several reasons . First , it is Impossible to know by guessing at the production of cows which of them are profitable and which are not Second , to keep down the feed cost , the biggest cost item in the production of milk , a cow should be fed in proportion to the amount of milk she gives , her size , age and the test of her milk . Third , sinc...
IINDFEEDIlGCOaT | UTD | py . SILO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
IINDFEEDIlGCOaT | UTD | py . SILO Cows on Silage Produce the Most Milk and Butter * fat , Tests Prove . Is the silo profitable on the dairy farm ? This question the Blue Valley Creamery Institute answers by saying . that a silo of some kind , either above : or below ground , Is a storage house of green food which can , like a bank account , be drawn on when it is needed , summer or winter . The cost of feeding is the biggest expense in dairying and silage can be depended upon to lower the feed cost regardless of whether the farmer is feeding poor quality timothy , or highquality alfalfa hay . With the grain and hay portions of the ration equal , the cow fed silage will produce the most milk and butterfat . • In typical . Minnesota dairy herds , it was shown that cows receiving silage were pro ? duclng 50 pounds more butterfat . per year than Were . cows not receiving It , A recent demonstration in Pennsylvania showed a yearly production , of 30 extra pounds of butterfat per cow from...