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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 3 October 1922

i;i,r iv.KftRY or TWL i- 7 ..... ' Farm New Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 3, 1922 Number' 10 FRANKLIN GROVE AND COMMUNITY PICNIC A REAL TALK FROM O'MAY n' TUiivcdav. Kentember 21. the 11 x .Ju J , " 1' Franklin Grove Commtunity staged a real picnic. During the morning, j horse shoe throwing and sports were on the program. It was hard to get the horse shoe thrower's to let up long enough to eat dinner. Before the noon f hour the aroma of free coffee filled the air. At a booth near by Mr. Reigle, Secretary-Treasurer of the Farm Bureau and Mr, Cram, cashier of the Citizens' Bank were busy preparing many gallons of lemonade which was also handed out free of charge. We can truthfully say .that both the coffee and the lemonade were excellent. After dinner the races were pulled off. The tug-of-war between the town and country probably created the most excitement. To look over the heavy weights on the country end of the rope, one would think they couldn't help but win, but when the batt...

Publication Title: Lee County Farm News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 3 October 1922

f I rlo-r Silph LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. ABDlication for entry as second class matter at post office, Amlboy, 111. is pending. Published Semi-Monthly , on and third Tuesdays. first L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. Regular subscription price is $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau pay $1.00 per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Committee out of the yearly membersliin fee. Advertising rates furnished on application. Members of the Farm Bureau may advertise not to exceed 10 lines free of charge in the Exchange Column. Non-members are charged 5c. per line averaging 6 words. Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bos worth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. jn Directors G. B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 3 October 1922

.AARON SAPIRO TELLS JUDGE.. GARY ABOUT COOPERATIVE MARKETING FARM NEWS ITEMS LET JACK DO IT! At a dinner given recently by Mr. Otto Kokn to bring the industrial .and financial leaders of the country into touch with the rapidly growing agricultural organizations. Mr. Aaron Sapiro, counsel for the co-operative farmers of, California, was called upon to explain why California fruit has run away with the eastern markets and why 80 of the fruit growers of California made profits 1 ast , year while the farmers of nearly every other section of the United States spent their time footing tragic losses. iMr. Sapiro adressed himself to Judge Gary across the table. "California growers made money," he said, "because they have made a study of the methods of the steel corporation and have applied its system of marketing to form products. The same thing can be done and will be done Iby farmers of every part of the country. It has been the habit of farmers to dump . their output wherever it was grow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 3 October 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN CATTLE Pure bred Hereford bull 2 years old for sale at $50. Also grade Holstein eow soon to be fresh, price $40 FRANK BLAINE, Ohio. Pure bred Hereford bulls, yearlings and six months calves. Also 2 choice lieifers. RALPH E'WALT, Steward. Polled Hereford bull 6 months old for sale. J. E. HENERT, Ashton MEMBERS' COLUMN A registered 4 year old Hereford bull. Gentle and a good breeder. GEO. F. MULLINS, Lee A 4 year old registered Shorthorn Jiull for sale. Phone Amboy. FRANK FAIVRE, Sublette 35 head stocker and feeder cattle weie-hins' about 800 pounds. Good 'quality. C. A. ZIEGLER, Amboy HORSES Pair mares, sound and good work ers. uriced to sell. RALPH EWALT, Steward, WANTED WANTED 40-50 shoats weighing 15 pounds and fup. Phone Dixon. JOHN R. MOELLER, Dixon MISCELLANEOUS You have seen Wisconsin's Agricultural exhibit at the Lee County Fair. Get free official information of the soils, climate, crops and opportunities for home seekers. Upper Wisconsin las one hundred thous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 17 October 1922

3. 7 3 ; MOV Far; no 'JW' LA II .air; n 11 Yolume 1 PLOWING SWEET CLOVER Fall Seeding Not Advisable Many inquiries have come to the Farm Bureau Office regarding the plowing of sweet clover in the fall, 1 J ...nrt -,n VinvA noilFor a numDer 01 yuma wc nave tioned against plowing the new crop of Sweet clover, in the fall. Too many fanners have plowed under a crop in the fall, and found that the roots sent up shoots the next spring just as strong as if the plants had not been plowed under, at all, thus bothering considerably in the corn or other crops. By plowing the crop the following spring, after growth has started, the sweet clover plants can be almost completely killed., There should be no -trouble with the spring plowing if all the roots are cut off. Occasionally a farmer will "cut and cover" and thus allow a few plants to live through the season. The plant food that allows sweet clover to make such rapid growth in the. spring is stored up in the root system during the summer and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 17 October 1922

LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. Entered as second class matter May 17, 1922, at the post office at Amboy, Illinois, under act of March 3, 1879. Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. Regular subscription price is $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee Coun ty Farm Bureau pay $1.00 per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Committee out of the year ly membership fee. Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. ' Members of the Farm Bureau may advertise not to exceed 10 lines free of charge in the Exchange Column Non-members are charged 5c. per line averaging 6 words. Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant. J. W. Thier. A. H. Bos- worth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. Direc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 17 October 1922

FARM BUREAU AS OTHERS SEE IT (Sixteen hundred county Farm Bu reaus, forty-four state Farm Bureaus FARM NEWS ITEMS L. D. Hemenwav of Alto Township was sawing wood the other day to all bound up in one national Farm Bu- tide him over most of the winter. It is too bad more of us can't lessen the was one farmers' grain company ( of the situation will some time break twenty years ago, there are twenty 'in n the density of those who should today. And agricultural organiza-j'have seen the light a quarter of a tions will continue to multinlv about icentrry ago. Lowell Hoit & Co.' . , reauj with a membership of about a million how did it come to pass within two short years ? From a Business Man One business man gave his answer to the question the other day: "On the day when the farmer first realized that he was just as much a business man as the city merchaat or grocer or grain dealer or druggist on that day the farm bureau move ment started. Since then the farmer demand for coal....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 17 October 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN CATTLE MEMBERS' COLUMN Holstein bull calves from federal tested herd from A. K. 0. dams. One bull old enough for service out of dam with yearly record. G. P. FINCH, Amboy. Good Aberdeen, Angus bulls. Will take good work horse, weanling colts or registered Angus females. Phone 41 on 49. ANSON EOSENKRANb, Paw Paw. HOGS "The 'News' is a great paper. I read much more of it than I did the letters." Everett Barnes, Amboy Township. ,r- ,v,attmu It is reported that Andrew Gehant of Brooklyn. Township, who attended one of the seed corn demonstration meetings, claims that information he se cured at that meeting is well worth his three 7'"- and Joe Miller of Willow Creek Township says he likes the Farm News and Members who attended the , seed corn demonstration meetings at Joe Miller's, agree that the seed com drag or sled looked like a mighty good labor ""oe Long of Sublette stopped at the office to inquire regarding Duroc Jersey hog breeder of the county. He was handed a list...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 7 November 1922

2- f Farm Mew Lee Conmw Yolume AMBOY, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 7, 1922 Number 12 WHAT IS A COW TESTING ASSOCIATION BOYS' AND GIRLS' ACHIEVEMENT DAY . The following report from Mr. Walter Acker tells results found in testing the herds of the cow testing association for the month of October. The Lee County Cow Testing Association organized by a group of 24 members, have as a result of the first month's ,work -the following. During the month 254 cows have been tested, 'with an average of 20 pounds of , milk, seven-tenths of a pound of butter fat, with an average cost of 89 cents per 100 pounds of 3.75 milk. . Under these conditions does the pres-, ent status of the dairy industry show, a profit and how much? The aver-j age test of all the milk marketed in the association was 3.75 for Oct., this quality of milk worth $1.95 per cwt. The feed cost being 89c. per cwt. this being 66 of the total cost of milk production, allowing 34 for over head expenses, makes the total cost $1.35 per cwt. This ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 7 November 1922

4" LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. Entered as second class matter May 17, 1922, at the post office at Amboy, Illinois, under act of March 3, 1879. Published Semi-Monthly on , first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser, MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary, Regular subscription price is $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee Coun ty Farm Bureau pay $1.00 per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Committee out of the year ly membership fee. Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Members of the Farm Bureau may advertise not to exceed 10 lines free of charge in the Exchange Column Non-members are charged 5c. per line averaging 6 words. ' Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bos- worth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 7 November 1922

HORTICULTURAL CONVENTION TO BE HELD NOV. 22-23 Meetings and Exhibitions of Fruits Will Be Held in Sterling, Illinois FARM NEWS ITEMS Sterling will entertain the fiftyninth annual convention of the Horti7 cultural society of Northern Illinois on Wednesday and Thursday, November 22 and 23. .The meetings and exhibitions of fruits, vegetables and . J- ill 1 1 1 .1 i T?,'wf cannea gooaa wui e nu w wre is reported that the zu acres or more j. oy c.... Congregational church, the meetings Buck made about 24 bushels per acre. We saw the beans being threshed to be held in the auditorium and the aTw1 , inh wag beinar done. It took a very short time to finish displays probably in the basement this fieid of beans. dining room. -re a. K. beans grown by Ben Richwine yielded about 15 bushels per This organization embraces about acre) hut -t wag not -p0ssiTbl to get all of them owing to a damp day making thirty-five counties in its' territory, the beang hard to thresh. A corn shredder was used to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 7 November 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN HORSES FOR SALE 6 head ages 4 to 14 years, work horses, FRANK APPLE, Harmon, 111. Mare and colt for sale. Mare about 9 years old; colt about 5 months old. Priced right as I must get rid of them, having no place to keep them. FRANCIS MORRISEY, W. Brooklyn MEMBERS' COLUMN HOGS Some extra choice registered Spotted Poland. Chinas, both sexes.. WILL D. QUICK, Ashton. Pure bred Poland China boars and gilts of best breeding for sale. FRANK HAENITSCH, Ashton. FOR SALE a high White male hog, price $15. JOHN J. ACKER, West Brooklyn "I always anxiously wait for the Farm News. I am as much interested as wheal was on the farm." H. A. Salzman, Dixon. ' E. R. Oxnam, Secretary of the Dixon Chamber of Commerce says "The 'News' has improved greatly since the first few issues. We clip items for our bill boards at the Chamber of Commerce rooms." ( Mr. G.,E. Metzger of the Illinois Agricultural Association complimented the Farm News very highly when in the county recently. V. Vaniman of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 21 November 1922

NOV 'WBliKftl . no Far; Mew V Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 21,1922 Number 13 PROPOSED CONSTITUTION DISCUSSED Interesting Meeting Held at Dixon As was announced in the Coming Events in the last issue of the Farm News, a meeting was held at Dixon, Monday of .this week, to discuss the proposed new constitution. . About 100 people, mostly farmers from Lee, Whiteside, Ogle and Steph enson counties attended this meeting which was called by the Illinois Agri- ' cultural Association for this congressional' district. Similar meetings are being held in each district in the state. ; The meeting was called to order by Mr. Birdsell of Whiteside County, a member of the ' I. A. A. Executive Committee. He introduced Mr. Nichols of Polo who was a member of the Constitutional Convention. Mr. Nichols outlined very clearly and forcefully the provisions of the new constitution, which has to do with taxation, representation, limitation of Chicago and a few other points of special interest Mr. Brews...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 21 November 1922

LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois. Entered as second class matter May 17, 1922, at the post office at Amboy, Illinois, under act of March 3, 1879. Published Semi-Monthly on first and third Tuesdays. L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser. MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. ""Regular subscription price is $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee County Farm Bureau pay $1.00 per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Committee out of the yearly membership fee. Advertising rates furnished on ap - plication. ', Members of the Farm Bureau may advertise not to exceed 10 lines free of charge in the Exchange Column Non-members are charged 5c. per line averaging 6 words. DAIRYING AS AN INDUSTRY Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant. J. W. Thier. A. H. Be worth, C. H. Lark...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 21 November 1922

CORN AND GRAIN SHOW AT DIXON HIGH SCHOOL The first annual corn and grain show was a decided ' success because of the large number of entries in each class of grain, and the cooperation of the farmers and the Farm Bureau, in arranging the program and selecting the grain ."' The speaker of the evening, Mr. 0. M. Allyn of DeKalb Farm Bureau, 'gave a very interesting talk on Seed Corn ; Selection with . regard to the utility type of- corn and the disease of Corn Root Rot. He explained that as yet the root rot disease had not caused as much loss in this section of the state as it had in the central section, but .that, the time was sure to come sooner or later, if the proper selection of disease free seed was not followed. His lecture was illustrated by lantern slides. Several of the schools could not exhibit at the show because of quarantine for small pox, scarlet fever, etc. Sterling and Rock Falls were well represented by a large number of entries. . . Mr. u. iVl. Allyn of DeKalb was j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 21 November 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN HOGS Some extra choice registered Polands, both sexes. WILL D. QUICK, Ashton. " Pure red Duroc Jersey boar for sale. C. H. LARKIN, Walnut. Four Poland China boars from secend prize Pig Club Sow.1 Will sell reasonable. LESLJE LARKIN, Walnut. Pure bred Poland China boar and gilts of best breeding for sale. FRANK HANNITSCH, Ashton. Comb honey for sale. Will sell reasonably. Phone Amboy. . A. H. MONTAVON, Sublette Want to, take in some cattle, corn stalk feed, straw stack and some shed room. Price about 4c. a day. C. H. MERCHON, W. Brooklyn. A 3 K Delco light plant in good run ning order for sale. - GEO. MONTAVON, W. Brooklyn A few tons of oil meal will be available from a car ordered by the Lee County Gow Testing Association. Leave orders at Farm Bureau Office. " Duroc Jersey boars for sale. Spring! boars of Sensational blood lines. Good ones.. "Also one yearling boar of Sen- ofinn blond line. A Erood individual and good breeder. Phone Mendota. JOHN HEIMAN, Compton WANT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 December 1922

Farm New Volume 1 AMBOY, ILLINOIS, DECEMBER 5, 1922 Number 14 AHMJAL MEETING AND DEC. 11th Lee AGRICULTURAL SHORT COURSE AT ASHTON All Day Meetings, December 18-19 A series of interesting and helpful meetings in agriculture, horticulture, gardening and home conveniences has .been assured at Ashton through the co-operation of the Agricultural Extension Department of the Internat- ; ional Harvester Company, the local people of Ashton and community and the Lee County Farm Bureau. '. The purpose of the meetings will be . to help the people of this community 'to solve the many problems in agriculture, horticulture and home makingThe Extension Department has a large force of people ' engaged ' in strictly educational work. The party - coming to this vicinity wilt consist of Ralph A. Hayne, Miss Zella Wigent and L. A. Hawkins. Mr. Hayne is a successful live stock and alfalfa grower who sees things from the viewpoint of the farmer, and is the author of several books on live stock, dairy far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 December 1922

LEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Published by the Lee County Farm Bureau, Amboy, Illinois Office of Publication, Amboy, Illinois Entered as second class matter May 17, 1922,' at the post office at Amboy, Illinois, under act of March 3, 1879. Published Semi-Monthly and third Tuesdays. on first L. S. GRIFFITH, Farm Adviser. D. E. WARREN, Assistant Adviser, MABEL BETHARD, Office Secretary. Regular subscription price is $1.00 per year. Members of the Lee Coun ty Farm Bureau pay $1.00 per year which sum has been set aside by the Executive Committee out of the year ly membership fee. Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Members of the Farm Bureau may advertise not to exceed 10 lines free of charge in the Exchange Column Non-members are charged 5c. per line averaging 6 words. Officers and Executive Committee of Lee County Farm Bureau S. L. Shaw, President. H. G. Conner, Vice President. W. L. Reigle, Sec'y-Treas. F. D. Gehant, J. W. Thier, A. H. Bos- worth, C. H. Larkin, C. J. Politsch. Directo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 December 1922

V PROGRAM AGRICULTURAL . ' JV SHORT COURSE Continued from page 1. 1 . FARM NEWS ITEMS Motion Pidture Reels, "Household Conveniences." Music, Ashton Band. Morning Session, Second Day, Dec. 19 Song, Audience. Talk on Spraying, Mr. Hawkins. Talk, Careof Poultry, Miss Wigent, Music in charge of Schools for morning session. Second Afternoon, Men's Session Song, by Audience. Cornet Solo, Ralph Cross. Talk, "Orchard Care," by Mr. Hawkins. Music, Five Kid Orchestra. Talk, Live Stock, Sheep, XSattle, Mr. Hayne. Talk by Mr. G. T. Snyder, Ogle Co. Farm Adviser. Music, Five Kid Orchestra. Second Afternoon, Ladies' Session Song, Audience. Talk by Mrs. Gallagher, Ogle County Nurse. Solo, Mr3. Rae Chadwick. Talk by Miss Wigent on Hot Lunches for Rural Schools. Piano Solo, Mary Myers. .Short Talk, "Fight the Fly," Miss Wigent. fong by Audience, Evening Session, Dec. 19th Community Sing led by Mr. J. D, Charters. ' . , Violin Solo, by Miss Pomeroy Dixon, 111. Motion Pictures. Talk, Beautifying , Our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lee County Farm News — 5 December 1922

EXCHANGE COLUMN Exchange ads are run once unless otherwise requested. Members are allowed 10 lines a year free of charge1. A charge of 5c. a line is made .on ads to non-members and in excess of 10 lines allowed members free of charge. Use the Exchange Column CATTLE FOR SALE OR TRADE -Good 5 dear old Hereford bull, or win uuy good pure bred Hereford bull. Phone 19 ring 12. . C. W. DINGES, Mendota. TEN REASONS WHY THE PROPOSED NEW CONSTITUTION SHOULD BE ADOPTJiU HORSES , One span 3 year old mules well broke. Also one mare muie cimuug, u years old. JOHN HEIMAN, Compton. POULTRY FOR SALE White Rock cockerels, pare bred, $L50.' Phone Ashton. NELS NELSON, Franklin Grove. Ten Toulouse Ganders and one Eraden gander for sale. Also White Pekin ducks and drakes. Phone Sublette. CLARENCE HOFFMAN, LaMoille . iBarred Plymouth Rock roosters for Kale, $1.50 each. ' .. , - CHASi COLEMAN, Dixon. , FOR SALE Buff Rock cockerels and pullets. These are extra good ones. Write o call 4 longs and 1 short on...

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