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I TELL OF RED CROSS AID THROUGH WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

I TELL OF RED CROSS AID THROUGH WORLD Junior Convention Hear * From Foreign Delegates . Washington . —Children from other countries at the Junior Red Cross , international convention held here , demonstrated how . the organization . is helping , young , men and women shake off the backward habits , and customs of centuries . , , Two boys from- Albania * Ahmed Celo and Zef Querralua , attended as delegates and told of the benefits they iiad received . They are graduates of the Albanian vocational school at Tirana , which Is supported largely by the Junior Red Cross . The school was-: started after - . • - . the war to teach young people modern methods of farming ^ and / profitable trades . There are 250 boys enrolled . English is tlie official , language at the school because there are no Air banian words to correspond to reaper , harvester andbther American-farming terms . Funds for the school and other activities are provided by pennies , nickels and . dimes contributed by the 6 . ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

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ILLINOIS BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

ILLINOIS BREVITIES THE FARMERS !{ WEEKLY REVIEW 4 . P . * HA * HjSN . Editor Published in Utt ^ urest or the Farmer Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , Illinois , Telephone 4972 I ¦ ¦! > H I ¦ I ¦ ¦ I ¦¦ - — . - ¦ - . ¦ — ¦ — II l , . ^ M ^ inmoHcKed , articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The , Farmers ¦ , JWeakltf Review ! are sent at tlie owner s risk and the publishers expressly repu- \\\ dUteW Uablnty or , responsibility for Uieir safe ilistody or return . Advertising will be run until ordered out . . t M , r : U - . r . V •? , ; U ; . > - ¦ _ £ : : •; —— - — 4 ; -: . — - — \ • Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at Joliet , m ., under Act of Congress ; March 8 , 1878 . ; >¦¦ - ¦¦ . ¦ .- ¦ . •¦¦¦ ........ ¦ .. ¦¦ :.... .... ¦¦ .. .-- , Mrs. Sybil Meade, fifty-six, wife of Benjamin Meade , a prominent resident and business man of Milford , fell dead in a restaurant at Hoopeston. Minnie Dimery, seventy-yea...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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IS IT STUBBORNESS OR DISCRETION ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

IS IT STUBBORNESS OR DISCRETION ? During a recent trip to Springfield, I was reminded of a slogan that was used in Rock . Island during a Knight Templar Conclave which was held in that city a ; few years ago . At that time banners were displayed , upon which appeared , I Love . To Love A Mason Because A Mason Won t Tell . W ^ iile in Springfield in imy . efforts to discover what was in the back pf the head of the Honorable Louis L . Emmerson regarding future political actions , I became convinced that his Excellency was running true to form . At the same time I discovered a strong and growing sentiment . that the Honorable Louis L . Emmerson would make an excellent Governor . I doubt very much if any former Governor was ever surrounded by a group of more-able seamen in navigating . ; the . Ship of State . The other elective state officials are all experienced ! in their line of work and possess political discretion to the Nth degree . Oscar Nelson , a banker , is serving his second ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Holstein Nears 1 , 500-Pound Mark [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Holstein Nears 1 , 500-Pound Mark U * - Carnation Walker Hazelwood . Three-fourths of a ton of butter in S 05 days is the approximate amount that could be made from nearly 15 tons of milk produced during tlie past year by Carnation Walker Hazelwood , a 2 , 000-pound Holstein-Friesian cow , and the new national senior four-year-old champion . According to the Hol-Btein-Fricsian Association of America , she is the one hundred and thirty-sec-ond Holstein cow to produce more than 1 , 000 pounds of butterfat in one year , has just won sixth place among all breeds for all-time records , and is one of the three cows now living that have equalled that production . On four milkings a day , Hazelwood , owned by Carnation Milk Farms of Seattle , Wash ., produced 29 . 0 S 2 . 5 pounds of milk containing 1 , 198 . 85 pounds of butterfat , equivalent to 1 , 498 . 50 pounds of butter . This tops the record of Iicdfleld Segis Johanna , former class . champion , owned by the South Dakota State Schoo...

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Liberalism of the Modern Woman Designated ] as "Almost Reckless" ~ m [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Liberalism of the Modern Woman Designated ] as Almost Reckless ~ m ! By REV . DR . R . W . SOCKMAN ( Methodist ) , New York . !? M - S ?! f _ } Men rather than women must be held chiefly responsible for OTUr , moral standards ; the idea is fallacious that men make our money and women ma . ke our morals . It is futile to assume that , with the changing status of womanhood , society will continue to insist on a hi gher ethical standard for women than for men . We have reacted from the old unfair attitude which made women bear the heavier responsibility for certain sins . There are signs which niakei us wonder whether man is not to become the morally conservative factor in the days just ahead . The almost reckless liberalism of some women i | J .. tending to turn many a man into an old-fashioned conservative . , i

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
USE KITCHEN 13 TENSIL TO STERILIZE BABY'SBOTTLES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

USE KITCHEN 13 TENSIL TO STERILIZE BABYSBOTTLES The baby has all he can do to keep growing and developing , without having to fight disease all the time . For thisreason everything with which he comes in contact must be thoroughly sterilized , especially as regards his food , says the National School ofPressure Cooking . If this seems like a great dear of unnecessary bother , remember that caring for a sickly , puny , fretful baby is far more trouble than taking precautions to keep him healthy . As a matter of fact , however , . It is no great nuisance to sterilize babys bottles and food utensils : if you * will make use of-the same pressure cooker which you have perhaps learned ., to use in canning fruits and in cooking entire meals for the family . As a sterilizer alone , the pressure cooker would really justify its . place on your kitchen stove . Simply put one cup of water in the bottom , then arrange the utensils , which of course are first carefully washed and rinsed . The bot...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Prickly Pear Is Valuable as Feed [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Prickly Pear Is Valuable as Feed Particularly Advantageous - in Times of Drought on Stock Ranges . ( Proparod by tHo United States Department of Agriculture . ) . A silage crop that keeps = without need for a silo is substantially the description of the prickly pear as It grows in the four states bordering on Mexico . It has proved a valuable stock feed , particularly in times of drought on the range , such as may be expected from time to time . As a forage crop it stores itself , and tlie three or four-year-old sections of the plants are relished by cattle . Variety of Cactus . • The prickly pears are varieties of cactus , and may be divided roughly into spiny and spineless forms , according to Farmers Bulletin 1072-F , Prickly Pear as Stock Feed , just Issued in a revised edition by the Unit ed States Department of Agriculture . Tlie spineless varieties are not smooth but are . relatively free from spines and cattle can eat them without inconvenience . The custom Is to burn the sp...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Damage From Corn Rots May Be Greatly Reduced [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Damage From Corn Rots May Be Greatly Reduced The Indiana experiment station and the United State s Department of Agriculture have shown that the condition of the soil has a close relation to the damage from corn rots . If the soil is uninfected and its : fertility is increased by : ; the : addition , of lime and Phosphorus where . rieefded , ; tlie-extent ; . of the damage wilFfoe greatly reduced . Crop rotation is generally beneficial in . checking the damage from disease . Where corn rots are prevalent , clover or a legume , crop ; should be grown In the rotation , once every four years , and corn should not follow either corn or wheat . The Illinois and Indiana experiment stations have found thatsome strains of corn are damaged far less than others by the corn rots . Beginning with a strain which has possibilities for Improvement , the continuous selection of seed from healthy plants may be expected eventually ; to produce strains strongly resistant to these diseases .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Profitable to . Discard Misshapen Seed Tubers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Profitable to . Discard Misshapen Seed Tubers Many potato growers are finding it profitable to throw out the long ,. slen der , or badly misshapen tubers from their seed . These tubers carry the virus of the spindle tuber disease .. The yield from them Is practically nothing . When buying seed ; avoid any lot of seed which carries a large number of these run-out potatoes . Remember , when buying seed potatoes , you are not buying a bushel of potatoes , but rather you are making an investment in a crop . It may be . a profitable one or it may be unprofitable . Good seed is worth more money , for It yields a higher return on the Investment .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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WW « ' A TCWWW W W ft W AW WWWW A A W ¥ » WW *• sis sk * Agricultural Hints i * , '!( t [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

WW « A TCWWW W W ft W AW WWWW A A W ¥ » WW *• sis sk * Agricultural Hints i * , !( t In 1900 , 43 per cent of the acreage , of tame hay was devoted to timothy ; , whereas in 1927 only 15 per cent was ; timothy . • * • ¦ Order them on time—these baby chicks—if you want the pullets to lay next fall , and the broilers to hit the - early market .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Easy to Put Up Preserves WithaPre ^ uuQoolk ^ r [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Easy to Put Up Preserves WithaPre ^ uuQoolk ^ r The woman who has a pressure cooker will find canning requires little time , effort or expense . Also it Is endorsed by tlie United States Department of Agriculture as being the only safe method of . cold pack canning . This is because the high steam pressure effectively kills all germs and makes spoilage virtually Impossible . Strawberries are the first fruit to appear , and it is well to put up plenty of these . as they are a favorite on / almost every table . f Use sound , ripe berries , thoroughly picked over , washed and hulled . Pack them into clean glass jars , shaking them down lightly . Cover them with a syrup composed of two parts of sugar to one-of water . Put on the rubbers and tops of the jars , partly screwed Non . Pour two cups of water into the bottom of the pressure cooker and set the jars on the rack . Cook for five minutes at ten pounds * pressure . Do not open the petcock of the cooker until the steam gauge has gone...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
* Around the Farm , $ H { Mi * $$$$ ' $ H $ > , f * , $ H $ ' 3 ** $ * ' $ ** $ H $ M $ l , $ M $ H $ * ' $ H $ H $ H $ H $ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

* Around the Farm , $ H { Mi * $$$$ $ H $ > , f * , $ H $ 3 ** $ * $ ** $ H $ M $ l , $ M $ H $ * $ H $ H $ H $ H $ Careful attention should be given turkey eggs which are to be used for hatching . • * * A portable brooder house Is an aid In preventing chick troubles . The brooder house andchick range should be on clean ground . It is always essential to maintain an . area immediately around the young trees , free from competitive vegetation which wouldi . If ,, present ,, slow down the growth of the trees . * . ? • *¦ : ¦ If a patented silo is to be built , do not accept lumber having loose knots , any sapwopd , or pieces with baric . Sapwood , as a rule , is less durable than heartwood and will nearly always decay first ; Protect all , planted fruit trees from Injury by . ra , bbits ;; nnd field mice , es ; peclally during . tlie ; fall and winter . One-inch mjesh poultry wire , eld newspapers , or gunny sucks , torn in strips six . -- to eight ; inches wide make satisf...

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Geraniums Poison Japanese Beetles [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Geraniums Poison Japanese Beetles Found That Insects Are Attracted to Plant and . Are Paralyzed . ( Proparc d by the United . states Department , . ., ° , r . Agriculture . ) , .,., < 1 ( , - , An insect poison , tliiit seems to qeed the aid of the sun to develop , its . best effects has been observed in connec t tlon witli tlie campaign against the destructive Japanese beetle , now being waged in New Jersey by tlie United States Department of Agriculture . It has been known for- some : time that geraniol , an oil which occurs in geiv aniums and some other plants , is very effective in attracting the beetles , and this bait or : nttrahent has been used to concentrate beetles on a single tree where they can be killed by a poison . Feed on Geraniums . It has also been known that the beetles feed on geraniums , and that such feeding is often followed by paralysis or deoth . - Articles suggested that geraniums could be used for controlling beetles have frequently appeared in ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Preparing Ground fol ^ M Crop of Horse ^ i ^ M [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Preparing Ground fol ^ M Crop of Horse ^ i ^ M Soil for horseradish is right 3 i |^^ soggy and sour . It should be prepaH ^ . the same as for a crop , of psta toesS Plow furrows about 10 inches aeep ^ . S ?^ , feet apart , place the cuttings abbuti &^ l Inches _ apart in . furrowjind labou £ ^ 4 ^ inches below level of solir After , nfi ?? ing in furrows with riding Cultivator v \ sow one ton of fertilizer per acre , rtin-, ii f iling 7-10-6 . Where the cuttings are ; , ^ planted , after sowing , fertilizer on ton > : ; - of rows , harrow twice and level with , plank . Keep weefler or harrow run- v ning once a week until shoots are aninch high , then use spike-tooth cultivator so as to run close to : shoots without , covering them with soil . The roots are prepared for market by washing them in a tub , using a stubby broom . They are shipped In bags or barrels . Tlie price has averaged about C cents per pound for the last few years ; five tons per acre would g...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Want More Corn Per Acre ? It s not too late to get an increase this year ! Simply use RUHMS LIME PHOSPHATE as a top dressing ( 1000 lbs . per acre ) before or immediately after seeding — regular cultivating will work it into the soil . Your 1929 corn crop will be larger and of better grade . And the crops of following years will also be bigger and better . Try RHUMS LIME PHOSPHATE on one field this season — leaving a check strip . It will prove itself . Helps wheat , , oats , alfalfa , clover , hay and other crops . Usually pays for itself the first crop . To have it when you want it—order today . RUHM PHOSPHATE & CHEMICAL CO MT . PLEASANT , TENN H . L . EATON , R . 1 , Joliet , 111 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE * . . . inFAT CoBcr «»« ^^ P^ pK > pa * r •* * ¦ B ^» p ^ BTOSlU ^ piw aaa perfection , not tempor ^^ wily , but forever . ^ YOUR UNDERTAKER IS OUR AGENT ANRHINO IN CONCRETE IDEAL CONCRETE COMPANY , Inc . ROWELL AVENUE—Opposite Michigan Bmck OILJUUtT COOPER , M...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

- Bepresentatlv ( Elgin , tins offerl ing . the Chicago \ Representative cago , has introdj vents the cliarg vance . • * By a vote .. of . 3 curred on . house ernor Emmersoi ! ment s and the ri the governor foi Representative Chicago , has hit ! ing school taxes cents on the $ 1 , for the year 192 j I Vegetation Is i normal due to - tH peratures , the c the United Sti states . Gov . Louis L the cornerstone Masonic cathedt 24 . Governor Et ter of Illinois M Illinois has ( cense fee of ai : and it is also uest ami SSd 9 ^; l ?^ ; ^ . V. lr ^ . w . 3 : ^ Js : > - v- • ¦ • .. v . *> vf- - ; . • < I ¦^ * S ^ » wvS ^^ sn . i vS N > vj > j £ ^ r ^ j c ^^ ^ v * 3 . J « ¦ i —— . I . _ - __ — _ , « --. _•_— . - * -J > •* llUtl ~ l > llUUMIIUVV . U , H , »> lVUIIU -Ullli 1 nines concrete UEAU i ]» e >\ -.- •* SSULTS Township jast- year hate . The i 1 plowed I per acre tod clover 1 so that was dif...

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The Weekly Historical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

The Weekly Historical FRANK J KOHLHAGEN Frank J . Kohlhagen , a popular citizen of Frankfort , has been a resident : of Will County his entire life . He was born in Frankfort Township , Dec . 17 , 1871 , the son of John and Marie ( Westfahl ) Kohlhagen . Both John Kohlhagen and his wife were born in Butso , Macklenberg , Germany . He was born June 29 , 1849 , and his wife on Feb . 25 , 1852 . John Kohlhagen was the . son of Frederick and Sophia Kohlhagen , who came to the United States in 1865 and settled first in New Lenox Township , later removing to . Frankfort Township , Will . County ,. 111 . He was a farmer . He and his wife are buried inl Hadley Cemetery , Hadley , 111 . John Kohlhagen was 16 years of age when he came to the United States , with his parents . He was reared on hs father s farmland ! in 1870 was married to Maria Westphal . He purchased a farm , bf 160 acres and followed grain farming and dairying . He conducted this farm until 1892 , whenhe retired and moved to...

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