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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Will Gcmnty Fanii Sillp ¦ ¦ LEONARD W . BRAHAM , Farm Advise ^ f || v ; V ; {\

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
20 TH ANNUAL , MEETING ; OF I . T AND P . H . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

20 TH ANNUAL , MEETING ; OF I . T AND P . H . ¦ Discussion . . of problems of interest to the physicians ; nurses , health workers anathe ; public in general will accupy the center of the stage , during the twentieth a « nual meeting of the Illinois Tuberculosis and Public Health Association in the roooms of the Chamber of Commerce in Joliet on October 28 and 29 . It , is expected that representatives of the medical ; and health profession in practically every county inIllinois Will be in attendance during the two-day conclave . ¦ - .- • . A program of-particular interest to practicing , physicians will be held all day on Tuesday , October 29 . ; This part of the program is under the direction of Drs . E . S . Murphy of Dixon , Marion K . Bowles of . Joliet and Evai Wilson of Manhattan , of the program committee . Efforts are being made to have leading specialists in tuberculosis from medical schools and hospitals in the east talk on , subjects c relating to the pfofesslonal practic...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM TEAM OUTPULLS RIVALS TO ESTABLISH NEW RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

FARM TEAM OUTPULLS RIVALS TO ESTABLISH NEW RECORD Endurance and marathon contests are common these days , but when it comes right down to good old-fashioned pulling , the state championship is claimed by a team of farm horses belonging , to E . J . Lo ngley , Aledo .- They went out and established their , supremacy in a pulling contest staged by the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois , at the recent Mercer County Fair . In making their new record they lifted a weight of 3 , 100 pounds on-the patented device kown as the dynamometer and pulled it the required distance of 27 % feet . N ,-, ,. Thei new state i-ecord was niade by a pair of grade Percherons scaling 3 , 540 pounds and displaces the old record- of 3 , 025 pounds made by a 3 , 730-pqund pair of gray grade Percherons-belong-ing to Or a Burgoyne , . Vermillion . Heights . This former record was established in a contest held by the college in connection with the Danville fair . . The state record for teams weighing...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GRUNDX COUNTY BOY MADE DELEGATE TO NATL . SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

GRUNDX COUNTY BOY MADE DELEGATE TO NATL . SHOW A farm boy whose club • work converted , his father to the feeding of a balanced dairy-herd radon has been selected from 1 , 115 other club members of the state to be Illinois official club : member delegate to the National Dairy Show St . Louis , October 12 to 19 . it is announced by E . I . Pilchard , boys club work specialist The trin winner , Glenn Reeves , 20 years old , of Morris , will receive the $ 35 cash award donated by a creamery concern toward the expenses of the trip Reeves selection was based on his record made in three years of dairy calf club work , on other club activities and on his outstandig service to his community a „ a hia county fn ^ reading S , thiTfl anA im Proving its quality , fn this latter connection he has served as local club leader with another man for t jro years He has been president fl J L ° al , Cl ^ Md *** ™ n wre first prizes in the story-record of his club work than any other club mem her in the ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Gol f Note [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Gol f Note The kind of game some fellows play to as awful as the way they look in knickers . —Cincinnati Enquirer .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARMERS TAKE OYER WIVES ' POULTRY WHEN THEY SEE THE ; B )( G PROFITS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

FARMERS TAKE OYER WIVES POULTRY WHEN THEY SEE THE ; B )( G PROFITS Woodford eounyy farm women had a nice little source of . pin -money : until their husbands found , ; put how ; well the chickens were / paying ; . . Now these husbands have ,-taken ; -- oyer ; ., most of the poultry work from ; . their wives , according to a report . by ^ H . H , / Alp , poultry extension specialist of . the College of Agriculture , University . ; of Illinois . Last year 17 .-form , flock owners in Woodford county cooperated with the extension service of the ;; college of Ag : riculture , University of -Illinois in the handling of their ; flocks . as demonstrations of recommended ; methods in feeding and management ; As is usual in the case of the farnj poultry flock ; most of the work { was ; ldone , by the women folks . The 17 cooperators has made an average net profit of 51 . 77 a hen for the year . : ; . ; , ^ -V ^ This year there - are ; 23 Woodford county farmers in the college s , poultry proj...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARMERS' EFFORTS . TO PLAY HOG MARKET DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

FARMERS EFFORTS . TO PLAY HOG MARKET DEFEATED Only the record- ; of ;; the ,, past two years is needed . tb ; nrbyei ( lio . w hard it is to play the lipg m & ketVlsuccessfully according to E . ;\ Tj ^; 0 pb 1 bin & , ;; livestock extension speeialistAP ^ ih ^ l Cbllege of Agriculture , ; .. TJniy « r ^^^ ) 5 f ^&^ ois . v . ¦• ¦ : High ; pri «^ wh ^ ch ^ year p ^^^ 390 ^^ W ^§^ : : Sept embeftjSr ^ an ^ Wo gjj ^ iie ^^^ theirS ^ rk ers ^ ad ^ fbrlSijfeTO i ^ W ^ Mffi ^ PBiMg In ^ hiEjgrtacks ^^ ^ iere *^ vS ?^ gr ^ u ^ t ; slfi ) piiig | ofc 3 ^ to ¦ - ¦ a ;; slightiy ^; lpw ^^ Ieveli ^ u ) Sng > jthat time ^; ; All - of ; . whiehlS illuetrates v how . hard it is for fatmers -to . play ;; the hog market in • a logicaljjaitempt \ tp ; sell as many of ; their hogs *; as possible in ; the early fall when prices usually ; are at the high point of the ; year ^ URpbbins pointed out . ; ; - - ^¦ ¦ - . ¦ jClCff . l-l-High prices for hogs durin...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CORN AND HOG COUNTYGOES " DAIRY" UNDER BETTER HERD PLAN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

CORN AND HOG COUNTYGOES DAIRY UNDER BETTER HERD PLAN A former . Illinois corn . and hog county has gone dairy . At least ,, 26 progressive farmers and dairymen in Christian county have banded to-gether-to orgalze the most recent dairy herd improvement association in the state , according to a report by J . H . Brock , ; assistant in dairy extension at the college of Agriculture , University of Illinois . This makes 55 groups of dairymen in the state who are testing their cows for efficiency of production under 1 the supervision of the college extension service , Brock reported . Organization of the new association is , expected to be a big boost for improved dairying in the county ,, inasmuch as the 26 members will now be able to feed according to • production and can cull out their boarder ; cows on a sure-fire business . basis . Brock explained . Better dairying will be furth er promoted by the fact that the members will be able to select heifer calves from herd sires for transmit...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
¦ ANNOUNCE NEW TESTER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

¦ ANNOUNCE NEW TESTER Mr . Robert By ne , tester for the Will County Dairy Hera Improvement Association No . 1 , has taken the place of Glenn Whiteside , who ; we annouced last week would do this work . Mr . Byne graduated ; from the Olney Township High school and attended the University of Illinois for a year and St . Mary s University , San Antonio , Texas . , We trust that you will give Mr . Byrne the cooperation we asked for Mr . Whiteside and help him pick up the work where it was left by Mr . Moberg . ¦ - -. ¦ • ..

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WILL COUNTY SOIL LEADERS . TEST 382 PHOSPHORUS ACRES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

WILL COUNTY SOIL LEADERS . TEST 382 PHOSPHORUS ACRES On Friday , October 11 the soil project leaders from 14 townships met at the farm bureau office for their Annual soil extension meeting . The feature of the day s work was the use of a hew phosphate test released by the University of Illinois last spring . Prof . C . M . Lindsley , soil extension specialist from the University of Illinois was on hand to lead in the discussion . The leaders brought in samples from 382 acres all of which was tested for both phosphorus and acidity . The new phosphorus test is destined to , be as great-a boon to our farmers as . has been , the limestone test . Prof . Linsley stated thait the - test has been used on . all of the check plots of the various soil fields- over he entire State whereit was found to correspend very closely with the actual response of those sojls to phosphorus as determined by the soil experiments on the various fields . -Similar to the limestone test , it is found to be not s...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RADIO PARTY OCT . 21 FOR PURE MILK ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

RADIO PARTY OCT . 21 FOR PURE MILK ASSOCIATION Board Member to Speak From WLS . A radio party for the 114 locals of the Pure Milk Association , co-operative sales organization for . dairymen in the Chicago Milk , district , will be held from . station WLS between 8 : 30 and 9 : 30 P . M . , Monday , October 21 , announces the Illinois-Agricultural Association . Local unit s throughout the Chicago milk shed will assemble around radio receivers in their respective districts to hear their leaders voices from the studio in Chicago . Among the speakers who will address the members numbering more than 10 ,- 000 will be W . F . Schilling , dairy member of the Federal Farm Board , W . C . McQueen , president , and Don Geyer , manager of the Pure Milk Association . Farmers throughout Illinois , particularly those interested In dairying and co-operative organization , are invited to join the Pure Milk association members In their radio party , on October 21 .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STORING PUMPKINS ; QUASHES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

STORING PUMPKINS ; QUASHES Department of Horticulture , University of Illinois , Urbana , Illinois By L . A . Somers Choose only well formed specimens which have reached full maturity on the vine before harvest . Hardness of the outer shell of the fruit is the best indication of the degree , of - maturity . If the weather is favorable a-week oros more of field curing will- improve . the keeping quality , ! but the ( specimens must not be allowed to freeze before storage . ^_ In harvesting pumpkins arid squashes the fruit must never be jerked or kicked loose from the vine . Use a strong knife or pruning shears and cut the fruit from the vine , leaving the stem attached to the fruit . If this is not done the specimens will mot keep . In spite of the hard outer shells , pumpkins and squashes should be handled with care . . Hough handling tears the placenta loose from the flesh and causes internal decay to set in Pumpkins and squashes should be stored at about 40 to 50 degrees F in a dr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MILLION A YEAR BEING SAVED ILLINOIS SHIPPER . ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

MILLION A YEAR BEING SAVED ILLINOIS SHIPPER . Valuable service at the rate | million dollars in savings in 1925 g is : being redered Illinois farmers m operative livestock shipping asj , C tioris , according to a new bulletir ? S released by the experiment statijj j S the College of Agriculture , Univg of Illinois . The new publication S ** is entitled , Practices and Probleg o Cooperative Livestock Shipping p { 3 ciations in Illinois , reports stuoiesr made during the past three years on 434 associations . R . C . Ashby , livestock marketing specialist of the college , . who conducted the studies , is author of the bulletin . Shipping , association studies reported in the new bulletin constitute the first project in the enlarged field of livestock marketing investigation which the experiment station was . enabled to udertake through passage of the fed eral , Purnell act . It is . pointed out , however , that marketing investigation is not a new phase of livestock work at the Illino...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HAITIAN ELECTION OFF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

HAITIAN ELECTION OFF President Borno . Port-Au-Prinee , Haiti . — President Borno announced that ,. there . . will . / be - no legislative elections in 1930 . This means that the election of a president next April will be by the council of . - state and not by the national assembly , which is chosen by popular , vote . . The / choice of the April election will serve for six years .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TRUSTY TEST TUBES LEAD LASALLE TENANT TO DESIRED FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

TRUSTY TEST TUBES LEAD LASALLE TENANT TO DESIRED FARM ¦ ¦ Henry Pitstick , a LaSalle County tenant farmer , knew what he was looking for , so he got out his test tubes and found it . Test tubes arent usually associated with farming , but being modem and -up-to-date , Pitstick could hardly get along without them . . . He is a renter aha . was looking for p farm that would grow- clovers . He has a , dairy ; herd and heeds sweet clover pasture . for his cows . Last , spring he had the choice of so vera ! LaSal le county farms , but hes learned that all farms arent the same . He knew that good land can be rented as cheaply on share ; i-ent as poor land ana that the Renters chance _ of s making money on low ) pradochig lan a is rather slim He also kriew that soils differ nqt only on , di < ferent farms but often on the same farm . What was more important he knew ^ hnt some ) soils are acid * and wja -notrg & rvv jeifci ^ v e & or sweet clover successful...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Dry Those Tears [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Dry Those Tears As the motor maniac was tearing along the road at 00 miles an hour he caught sight of a pretty girl . He turned to gaze at her and said : What a stunner ! Had his widow known this she might have spent less on the wreath . —Montreal Star . . / Enlarging the Heart A fine way to enlarge the heart is to crowd in another genuine friendship . —Christian Advocate .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Jun g le De f ies Man [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Jun g le De f ies Man xtie Amazon oasin in soutn America , which covers more than two million square miles , has a population ol less than one person per square mile . The reason is too much fertility . The country is covered with an almost impassable jungle of natural vegetation . Cardinal Virtues The entire grace , happiness and virtue of a young man s life depends on his contentment In doing what he can dutifully , and in staying where he is peaceably . —Ruskin .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Russian Peasant Class [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Russian Peasant Class The term middle peasantry defines a class of people in Russia . It is composed of wealthier peasants , those who not only work on farms , but have progressed to the point that they hire other peasants to work for them . Their status is hard to determine , since the . v are part property owners and pari toilers . Occupation and use are titles of ownership . The peasant Is not free to develop Into an absentee landlord

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Best Harness Meetincr Ends [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Best Harness Meetincr Ends Lexington , Ky . —The best grand circuit meeting ever held here has ended and brought to a close the circuit s harness season of 28 weeks , during which more than $ 1 , 000 , 000 was distributed in purses . Army-Navy Game Plan Fails Washington . —Efforts looking toward arranging of a post-season football game between the Army and Navy this fall lune not been successful , Secretary of War Good disclosed .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
pv ^ i Home ramiiiiq Made fasii i ^ IIMIIU . II nVegSS - ¦ " ¦ * * su * fe—3 '' ~ r ,.: —1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

pv ^ i Home ramiiiiq Made fasii i ^ IIMIIU . II nVegSS - ¦ ¦ * * su * fe—3 ~ r ,.: —1 By GRACE VIALL GRAY JL ^ J 4 LV JI > - Household Science Institute . PEACHES AND PEARS Before starting to can peaches or any-other fruit , collect and examine equipment and put It in good order . Have a liberal supply of new rubbers . Test and fit jars and lids . A sure method of testing is to put water into the jar , put on rubber , fasten the lid tight and invert . • If the jar leaks ,, try another lid . Discard all defective lids and Grace Viall Gray , jars to avoidfurther trouble . Regulate bails for glass , top jars , by removing from jars and tightening or loosening them by bend- : ing to fit . With everything in readiness , you . are now ready to can the peaches . Select peaches which are vlpe but , not - soft . Before preparing fruit , make thin syrup , or-richer if desired , allowing ; > one cup for each quart jar . Add one ¦ cracked peach pit for each quart of syrup ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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