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BANKING FINDS THE WAY TO SAFER ERA [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
BANKING FINDS THE WAY TO SAFER ERA By FRANK W . SIMMONDS , American Stokers Association In considering ihe banking situation throughout the country ,: the fact should be kept in mind that while one bank in ten failed during the . past eight years , it is far more important that nine banks out of ten , operating in the same general field , serving the same communities and meeting almost identically the same problems , weathered the economic storm of readjustment successfully . This achievement cannot be ascribed to any element of luck , but rather to consistent adherence to sound banking principles and profitable practices . Through worthy and- efficient management they met the issues and problems confronting them , squarely and successfully . Banking is regarded as the keystqno of our entire business structure , hence bank failures are rightly regarded as intolerable public calamities that must absolutely . be prevented . The . three major objectives of all inter-hank organizations ...
GOOD SIRES WILL . RETURN PROFITS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
GOOD SIRES WILL . RETURN PROFITS • ^ iMiiasV ^ KtHkEsWkVfi ~ h BBBsWT ? MS \ BsSVBBasmsllBBsl &gt; - rii ^ aK ^ KVl ^^ Vv I HH c ~ Mm \\\*\\\\\\\ V ¦ HUH ¦^ LPH I JL ^ « ^ BBBaa ^ nBajl ~~ ^&gt;|^ fk ^^ mmmlmm ^ aX ^ am Bull Will Influence More Calves Than Five . Cows . ( By J . 3 . MOXLET , Extension Live Stock Specialist , Kansas Agricultural College . ) . In the opinion of Kansas cattlemen , a good sire is worth 20 per cent of the value of the cow herd . These same-live stock raisers figure the sire will influence more calves than five cows during his lifetime . The bull represents the corner stone for a foundation of successful cattle . production ., Closely connected with him is . the right kind of cows . They should represent the good , . bigbeef type . In the Minnesota car lot baby beef contest , where the weight of a car load of calves at 15 months was the method of determining the . winning load , calves out of the biggest , beefiest cows and sired by medium...
Proper Care of Horse ' s Feet Often Neglected [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Proper Care of Horse s Feet Often Neglected An important but ofttimes neglected job is to trim the feet of farm horses . In dry weather the . feet become tough and hard . and it . is difficult to do anything with-them . How- • ever , following a rain , or . a spell of damp weather , they will cut easily , and it is no great effort to get them into shape for the season s work . Most farmers own a rasp which can be used to file down the rough , unsightly edges of the hoofs which have grown during the winter . • Few farm horses are expected to work on cement or concrete roadways and they do not have shoes . A little judicious trimming at this time will give the horse better grip on the ground and ; more confidence to go at heavy pulls . The colts , also , should not be forgotten for the care which you give the feet of a colt may govern to a large extent the conformation of Ms legs at maturity .
Find Lambs on Pasture ' - ^ -- — .-Are-Mos ^ Profitable [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Find Lambs on Pasture - ^ -- — .-Are-Mos ^ Profitable Lambs produced on , -pasture are more profitable , is the conclusion of Purdue • university agricultural experiment station after two years work . . When , ewe and lambs were : both fed on grain and hay the profit . :. per lamb amounted to $ 4 . 11 , and when . ; both were pastured on timothy , oats ; and alfalfa pastures ; the profit per , lamb amounted to $ 9 . 81 . The market finish of the two sets of lambs was the same , said Claude Harper , sheep specialist . ¦ • : ... Does it pay to feed Jambs on pasture ? is a question often asked by Hoosier farmers . Purdue found that lambs developed on pasture returned a profit of $ 9 . 81 arid lambs fed grain on pasture returned a profit of $ 9 . 97 per lamb above feed costs .
Red Clover Excellent Pasture for the Hogs [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Red Clover Excellent Pasture for the Hogs Bed clover makes an excellent pasture for hogs and ranks close to alfalfa as a forage . From the standpoint of the average farmer or hog feeder , it will probably be the most used forage crop particularly because it fits better into almost any system ; of crop rotation than does alfalfa ; However , it will not usually support quite , so many head per acre , nor will , the . forage season be quite so long , but if not pastured too closely and not allowed to go to seed , it will generally produce an abundance of good forage all summer . An acre of clover should . furnish ample pasture for . from 8 to 16 shotes if properly handled ; Clover , its high in protein and will replace a large part of the tankage or similar feeds , necessary to get maximum growth .
Cure for Worms [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Cure for Worms Tetrachlprethylene , in single doses , has been found to be approximately . 100 per cent effective against the sheep ; stomach worm , and Is also very effec-V five against the hook-worm ; and some . ¦ ¦ . of the other round-worms found in the small intestine of the sheep . The drug is given in capsules , in doses of . five . cubic centimeters . - The animalshould not be fed for 12 hours before treatment . If possible , the drug should be administered by a yeterlr narlan .
f % PICTORIAL m liOLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
f % PICTORIAL m liOLF INSTRUCTION By H . B . Martin 1 Avoid Fancy Shots in Playing Out of the Rough WHEN a golfer is in clover he is not always in luck . It is hard to play out of thick clover In the rough as the club , if not directed in just the right path , will cause the ball to slip . The mashing of the weeds and wet clover does not make a dry impact Never attempt to cut the ball or try any fancy shot out of any kind of rough unless you are sure it will offer no resistance to the club head coming through properly and will provide a clean , dry hit Come on to the ball from directly behind and keep the club In this position all the way . (( c ) , 1 S 29 , Bell Syndicate . ) ¦ Correct and Most Effective Style of Putting THE proper putting stance is of course the one which brings the best results no matter how awkward it may be . We all strive for perfection and naturally seek the easiest way of doing a thing . Hagen , Jones , the late W . J . Travis , Jerome Travers , are examples...
'RUSTLING" COWS POOR PRODUCERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
RUSTLING COWS POOR PRODUCERS | KEEP DAIRY COWS OUT OF STALK FIELDS IN WINTER I Heavy Milk Givers Usually Thin in Flesh ; Must Have Comfortable Quarters . Dairy cows forced to rustle around a cornstalk field for a part of their feed in winter cannot produce enough milk to make them profitable , declares the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . Even when the very best of grain feeds are fed to cows which are called upon to get all their dry roughage in the stalk field , there is very little chance for them to make a worth-while milk yield . One reason for this is that cows that are kept out of doors use up most of their feed to keep warm , and the other reason is that there is very little in cornstalks from which a cow can make milk . A good milk-producing cow is usually thin in flesh . She is thin-skinned and cannot stand the cold . She needs There is no better da . Iry feed than silage , legume hay , ground corn and cob meal , cottonseed meal , and wheat bran or ground oats . * * • That...
-PICTORIAL—mj OLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
-PICTORIAL—mj OLF INSTRUCTION ¦ By H . B . Martin ...... . &gt; A Large Ball Helps the Average Player NOW there Is talk of changing the golf ball . Those who play the best golf find the present small ball a help to them . Long hitters would not want a larger or lighter ball , despite the fact that it stands up on the grass better arid does not seek every little crevice in Its path . The duffer , or Mr . Average Player , will find that the large ball will help his game at least 25 per cent . There is more surface to hit and the golfer thereby gains more confidence .
BADGER HOLSTEIN BEST AT MILKING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
BADGER HOLSTEIN BEST AT MILKING % L . V V -If T Wisconsin Four-Year-Old Makes New Machine Mark A new national record in the Farmer s Class * milkirigs has been established by Wincowis Maridy Homestead , a four r yearrold Holsteln , according to the . Holsteiri-Frieslan Association of America . On a two-time milking , with a milking machine , fMandy . produced as a junior-four-year-old , 682 . 48 pounds of butterfat ; ( 853 butter ) in 20 , 114 pounds of milk in 365 , days . This is 45 pounds more . butterfat ( 56 . more butter ) and 1 , 047 pounds more milk than the previous record holder , Chesriey . Pietertje Sweet , owned by the county of Essex , Cedar Grove , N . J . . At no time during the , year , according to • the owners , Charles Hughes and son of Neenah , Wis ., was Mandy milked more than two times a day , arid it wasnt until she had been in milk for seven months that they sus pected that she was headed for a record . She was milked with a milking machine throughout the ye...
Healthy Calves Raised Without Use of Milk [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Healthy Calves Raised Without Use of Milk Although it is much easier to raise calves by feeding them milk for six months or more , good calves can be raised without milk after the first two months , provided that they have a good start and are strong , healthy calves at weaning time . It is essential that such calves be allowed to eat grain and hay at . an early age . The grain fed during the first two Or three weeks is cracked corn or crushed oats , or a mixture of both , fed dry : When the milk is discontinued a more complete mixture is used . It Js best to feed some form of leguminous hay , because of the protein content .
Hebrews in Revolution [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Hebrews in Revolution The American Hebrew says thai the . names of 27 Jewish officers who fought on the Bide of the American forces are known . These Included Col . David S . Franks , who was aide de camp to George Washington ; Col . Solomon Bush and others of prominence in their day .. At that time the whole Jewish population in the new United States was scarcely 3 . 000 .
Suspension Bridge Action [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Suspension Bridge Action The action of the suspension bridge is that of a rope spanning between supports ; for any load it finds the appropriate curve of equilibrium and Is stable in that position . But as the adjustment to varying position of load results froKi change of curve , the roadway hung from the cable distorts —that is , the bridge is very flexible , ft therefore may swine .
Poor Dairy Ration Not Bad in Many Respects [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Poor Dairy Ration Not Bad in Many Respects The commonly considered poor ration is not so had in some respects , according to Dr . v F . B . Hadley of the department of veterinary science of the University Of Wisconsin . The data that have been gathered on this subject have come from the herds , of dairy cows at the experiment station that are being put through- a five-year test to determine the importance of ration In the ability of cattle to withstand the ravages of the abortion germ . The poor ration is one composed of corn , silage , timothy hay , non-legume pasture and corn gluten meal . The ration is not balanced in protein and low in minerals . The other herd of cows is on a ration of legume hay , silage , legume-pasture , oilirieal , bone meal , salt and a well-balanced grain ratio plus a half pound of cod . liver oil daily . The cows on the low protein and mineral . ration maintained their-. , weight , and- gaye ^ . practically , as much butterfat in a-year as did the herd o...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
LEGAL NOTICES PROBATE NOTICE . The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the estate ot Charlotte I .. Shaw late of Joliet in the County of Will and State of Illinois , deceased , hereby gives notice that he will appear before the Probate Court of . . Will County , at the Court House iin Joliet , at the December Term , on v the first Monday in December next ( being ; -the second day of said month ) , . at which time all persons having . claimfe , against said estate are notifiied and requested to attend for the purpose of . haying the some adjusted . All per- sons indebted to said estate are . requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned . Dated this 30 th day of September , A ; D . 1929 . ¦ ;&lt;! ¦&lt; ¦ . ROBERT W . SHAW , Administrator , as aforesaid . SAMUEL W . KING , Atty . for estate . Oct : 16-23-30 • PROBATE NOTICE Estate of Josiah E . Shaw , Deceased . ¦ The undersigned having been appointed Administrator with the Will annexed of ; th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
j WanfAdsj FOR SALE—Shropshire Rams , heavy wooled ; good mutton type . Phone 2649 : Y-4 . • FOR SALE—Rhode ; . ; Island . Red . Cockerals , single comb .. Phone 2649-T-4 . FOR SALE—Ten tons of choice timothy hay . Had no rain . Mrs . Mary K . Marti , Mokena . Phone Mokena 31-W-l . FOR RENT—Grain farm . Mark and Wayne McCIure Manhattan . FOR SALE—The Econoiny , Extension Poultry . House . ; Begin with -80 hen capacity and expand as your needs grow .. The Sure-Feed Self Feeders are made in three sizes to fit : your needs and pocketbook . The Economy . Junior Hog Waterer is our leader . See some of our satisfied users Of the . six sow incubator . Sold by L . A . Matter , Plainfield , III . FOR SALE—One pure bred polled bull calf , 6 months old . O . L . Lichten- ¦ walter Manhattan . Phone Manhattan 12-L . • FOR SALE—Have pure bred DurocJersy spring boar to trade ! , Wayne McCIure Manhattan , Phone Manhattan , 14-L : FO SALE—One Gueriis : ey and one . pure bred Holstein cow for sale . ...