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FALL BEST TIME TO CLEAN HEN HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

FALL BEST TIME TO CLEAN HEN HOUSE A CLEAN HEN HOUSE PAYS ^ 1 Healthful Living Quarters Will Keep Flock Thrifty During Winter . Just before winter comes Is the best time to give the hen house a good oldfashioned houseclenning , says the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . Pullets and hens that have hod the freedom of the farm all summer and fall are generally healthy and full of vigor . One sure way to keep them thrifty is to provide healthful living quarters • for . the long winter months , ahead . , A freshly cleaned hen house that has fceen given a thorough whitewashing . is a fine start on the way to more eggs and greater profits from the confined poultry flock . The first step in this housecleanlng is the removal of all the nests , roosts , hoppers , drinking vessels and other equipment from the bouse . Each should be scrubbed thoroughly with hot water and washed with a disinfectant . Sweep the house out thoroughly—the ceiling and ; walls , as well as the floors . . Scrape the ; fl...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
1 ST FERTILE SOILS GROWfi . CHESTHAYS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

1 ST FERTILE SOILS GROWfi . CHESTHAYS Addition of Lime Found to Increase Richness and Yield of Alfalfa . To feed dairy cows well requires that the land on which alfalfa and other legume hays are grown also be well-fed , says the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . Analysis of legume hays shows that these best of nil dry roughages vary considerably in their content of protein , the liigrmlietii which Is needed and most often lacking In average dairy raw rations . Legume crops richest in protein and greatest Ha ^ nanr- ¦ - ~ v STIT . yj ? J In yield are produced invariably on the most fertile soils . In many cases , this merely means soils that carry enough lime to meet the crops requirements for lime as a food and soil sweetener . The good effect of lime on the richness and yield of alfalfa hay Is shown in experiments conducted at the Missouri Agricultural Experiment station . There it was found that one acre of land which had not been fed lime produced 878 pounds of alfalfa hay in one ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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HEN HQUSE REPAIRS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

HEN HQUSE REPAIRS Plenty of Fresh Air and Sunlight Needed ; Danger in Overcrowding or Drafts . A comfortable hen is the ; only kind of a hen that is profitable , says the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . One of the first things to consider in providing ideal living conditions . in the henhouse in winter is the matter of overcrowding . This is a common mistake . . Prom three to four square feet of floor space for every bird is recommended . A poorly ventilated house ? is foul , close and unhealthful . Good ventilation is needed to remove excessive moisture which the hens might ¦ exhale , as well as gases and odors . To provide proper ventilation , many successful poultrymen find that the poultry house should be made tight on three sides with a part of the front , preferably on the south side , open to admit fresh air . It is especially important to make the walls absolutely tight . Sunlight is also needed for making the hens most comfortable . Plenty of window . space Is required . A...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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The '' Bridi * V ,, /; . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

The Bridi * V ,, /; . Little Betty Joan ,. age three , while - calling on her grandmother , picked up - a dog collar with leash attached , and • • placing the collar on her head ; as . a wreath with the leash trailing for the veil , began the wedding march , singtag : Here comes the bride , here comes the bride . - Old Queen of the Seas The United States superdreadnongnt Wyoming on July 19 , 1912 , made 22 , 045 knots . on her • standardization : trial . This was the largest and fastest battleship afloat at the time with twelveInch guns - * . ¦ Another View I visit my friends occasionally , remarked the book lover , merely for the purpose of looking over my library . . • Great Religious Sects The worlds population of Mohammedans and Buddhists Is estimated at 7307000 . 000

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

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A PRIMARY MOTIVE IN THE MOVEMENT FOR BETTER HOMES IN AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

A PRIMARY MOTIVE IN THE MOVEMENT FOR BETTER HOMES IN AMERICA By J . P . HAYDEN A primary motive in the movement for Better Homes in America is to encourage instruction in home economics and 1 home life in thei public schools . The whole-hearted co-operation of the public schools in better homes demonstrate is clearly caused by a recognition on their part of their almost unique prerogative in educational extension for the raisng of general standards of living . In the thousand-odd demonstrations of better homes conducted by local committees throughout the United States during the 1929 Better-Homes week , approximately one huWdred school practice homes- were opened to the public with appropriate lecture s and demonstrations . In several hundred other communities , teachers co-operated in the program for better homes and pupils demonstrated , the arts of cooking , table setting , bed-making , furnishing partially or completely rooms in the demonstration ! home . There can be no questio...

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EDUCATION MUST BECOME THE DIRECTING FORCE IN I JNTERNATIONAL RELATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

EDUCATION MUST BECOME THE DIRECTING FORCE IN I JNTERNATIONAL RELATIONS By J . P . HAYDEN Education is the road to better understanding between nations . Education , having developed greater international faith , will go far toward eliminating war in the future . We must train the youth of the whole world to regard citizenship as-including world relationships . andto realize that good citizenship involves good will among nations . No one nation can establish world comity , even though its national ideals include the obligations to treat other naions justly and honorably . This is an international problem and must be solved consciously and with determination by international agreement . Training youth is the function of education , andl education must become a directing force in international relations if we can ever hope for a new attitude in world affairs . What lies in the future depends upon ! the youth of today . A new world could be made through a universal training of youth in ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Biblical Books [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Biblical Books The Pentateuch is a designation of the five books in the Hebrew Bible ascribed by tradition to Moses . The English titles of these books are , Genesis , Exodus , Leviticus , Numbers and Deuteronomy .. Voice of Fame Fame , is the echo of actions , resounding them to the world , save that the echo repeats only the last part , . but fame relates all . and often more than all . —Fuller .

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Saracen Clock Makers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Saracen Clock Makers Clock making was practiced by the Saracens , who claim to have invented the striking clock , when Richard was on . his Crusades , and by the end of the Thirteenth century this was an established profession In Italy . Good Medicine Many -men are in good health-unti . they quit . work . Then they drop to pieces . Without a doubt , work is , the best medicine . —Atchison Globe . ! -

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MORE MILK WHEN COWS GET SILAGE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

MORE MILK WHEN COWS GET SILAGE COWS FED SILAGE HAKE WOREMILK Corn Silage Cheap Source of Good Feed ; Trench Silo Recommended . Dairy cows receiving silage as a regular part of their winter ration will produce more milk and butterfat than in possible without It , says the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . Not only is the milk and butterfat yield increased by feeding silage , but the cost of production is reduced considerably as well . For instance , a survey made on a large number of dairy herds in Pennsylvania showed where silage was fed an average of 1 , 200 pounds more GOOD YEAR FOR CANNING This is the year to can , according to all reports coming from the berry , fruit and vegetable sections of the country . There is a big crop of high quality of practically all fruits and vegetables . There are going to be hundreds of carloads of luscious pears , peaches , plums , cherries , beans , tomatoes and corn to can , and best of Grace Viall Gray . al , , they are going to be offered at r...

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— -PICTORIAI -—mi OLFMSTRUCnOJl [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

— -PICTORIAI—mi OLFMSTRUCnOJl By H . B . Martin Control More Important Than Distance When Driving THE long , loose swing quite often is responsible for the long drive , but it is not the swing of the finished golfer , nor the successful golfer . Young golfers are Inclined to strive for distance with their tee shots , willing to gamble on keeping the majority of them in the fairway . Experienced players are content to keep the ball straight and with this aim in view they gradually shorten the arch and make an attempt to keep the swing under perfect control . The swing need not be short so long as it is compact and well timed . The finish of the swing does not go back , as a rule , as far as the shoulder . Further dipping of the club is unnecessary and only goes to prove that there has been a dipping also at the top of . the swing . With-the compact , well-grooved swing there Is little chance of one losing his balance , so the foot action is usually perfect ( Copyright . )

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Birds Not Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Birds Not Wanted Most poultry keepers realize that there are two courses open to them in regard to unwanted males . One plan is to destroy them as soon as they can be distinguished ; and the other is to feed them well right from the first day and so bring them to a fleshy condition . The latter practice is sound so far as the early . cockerels are concerned , but very few poultry keepers approve of It for later broods . Some poultrymen > do not hesitate to can all surplus fowls . > Idleness Breeds Boredom An active woman stands less chance of making a hash of her life than a bored one . —American Magazine .

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Chess . 5 , 000 Years Ago ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

Chess . 5 , 000 Years Ago ? 4 . game resembling chess was played In India over 5 , 000 year ? ago . It spread into Persia andArabia and was brought into Spain by the Arabs in the Eighth century . The name is derived from the Persian shahmat , checkmate or king-confounded . —Mentor Magazine .

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„ Is French Term f [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929

„ Is French Term f f , The-word Saulf . Is French and Is translated Falls of -St ! Mary . from Sault Ste . Marie . Sault is the same word that appears In sonijrsault , meaning leap . The word should by right be pronounced So , but custom has given it the pronunciation Soo . Gaboriau s Crime Stories Most of the thrilling crime romances of Gaboriau , the great : French , producer of detective stories , were written as newspaper fiction . Gaboriau , who died in 1873 at the age of thirtyeight , is said to have been Bismarck s favorite autter . says the Gas Logic Magazine .

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

THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HAYDEN , Editor Published in the Interest ot the FJarmer Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Jollet , Illinois . Telephone WK All unsolicited articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Farmers Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk and the publishers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertising will be run until ordered out . Bntertd as second class mail matter at the post office at Jollet , HI ., under Act of Congress , March 3 , 1878 . . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦

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

PRACTICAL AND ENTERTAINING BOOKS No Book Priced Over $ 1 . 00 . ^ _ We are offerig- the following books at prices that are within the means of all . Books that would cost from ? 2 to ? 5 each elsewhere . These books , written by competent authors offer many hours of interesting reading for the long winter nights . Ideal for Christmas gifts . Check the books you desire and mail this advertisement with proper remittance and books will bo mailed postpaid . ? ATLAS • World ( Modern ) ........ $ 1 . 00 ? HISTORY OF AMERICAN AVIATION and Biographies of Leading American Aviators .... 1 . 00 ? ADVERTISING ( Learning at Home ) . 50 ? AVIATION For the Beginner 50 ? AVIATION STORIES ( Fiction ) „ . „• .. . 75 ? ARCHITECTURAL , DRAWING ............: 75 ? AUTOMOBILE Care of the .... ™ . 50 ? BLUE PRINTS How to Read 1 , 00 ? BRIDGE How to Play ( written by o-vnortls } R 0 ? CARPENTRY ( Handbook for Home Carpenters ) . 75 ? CARE AND RAISING OF BABLES . 50 ? CHEMISTRY ( For Beginners ) „ 1 . 00 ? C...

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