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BROADWAY SCHOOL WINS SECOND TITLE IN SCHOOL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

BROADWAY SCHOOL WINS SECOND TITLE IN SCHOOL LEAGUE Fcr the second time i as many , years , the Broadway School has turned put , tvro championships in the school baseball league . Last spear it was the fifth grade boys \ vh $ won all their : « amo »^ . and , J ^ ls ^ yea ^^ hfinsr ^ LBo . to tnellxtlTRr ^^ rls ^ t ^ Mr who ha VB developed Into one of ; the , strongest school teams ever put ! out for ,. . competition . / They have- met and defeated the following schools to accomplish all this : Farragut School , ^ Ioron St ., F . E . Marsh , Lincoln , Eliza Kelly and all by large overshining scores . ¦ The championship game was played between Lincoln School and Broadway , which was won by the latter by the score of 29 to 13 . The Lincoln School was easily outclassed by the Champions . Among the features of these games was the wonderful pitching of ten-year-old Mary Lou McManus , who showed great control and lots of speed , and had as many as 8 to ) 10 strikeouts each game . Besides th...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HUGHES AT WORLD COURT < i [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

HUGHES AT WORLD COURT &amp;lt; i ; . : Charles Evans Hughes . The Hague . —Charles Evdns Hughes , American jurist , has taken his place on the World court at the Hague for which he was unanimously selected . In welcoming Mr . Hughes to the permanent court of International justice , President Loder said that the court was deeply pleased at the election of a man of his legal experience The court members , he said , fully realized how much the appointment of Mr . Hughes enhanced the prestige and authority of the court in the United States . .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
VAN DUSEN WINNER OF KENTUCKY DERBY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

VAN DUSEN WINNER OF KENTUCKY DERBY Son of Man o War Sets Mark at 2 : 104-5 in Mud . Louisville , Kyi-Clyde Van Dusen , son of the mightyMan o AVar , won the Fifty-fifth Kentucky derby before 00 , 000 personsunder the worst weather conditions within memory . In a drizzling rain on a sloppy track , this small , hot particularly impressive looking bay gelding , equally at home in fast ov muddy going , took the lead 100 yards after the barrier rose and held that position for the entire route of one and one-quarter miles , Tlie time was 2 : 10 4-5 . The track record is 2 : 03 : 1-5 . . Two lengths behind was Naishapur , the widely touted performer from the Pacific const , which came from far back just as he was expected to do , and was running oyer all the lield exceot Clyde Van Dusen atthe finish ; ;^ hfe ^ engW ~ fW ^ chio , from the Three D . stock farm , which fancied the going , and gave holders of field tickets a thrill for a large part of the journey . Next in order , heads apart ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

Will County Farm Bureau . LEONARD VV . BBAHAM , Farm Adviser

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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OPEN LETTER ON STATE - INCOME TAX FEATURES MAY I . A . A . RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

OPEN LETTER ON STATE - INCOME TAX FEATURES MAY I . A . A . RECORD Appeals to Farm , Home and All Property Owners to Act in Equalizing Tax Burden An open letter to the farm and home owners of Illinois regarding the proposed state income tax now pending in the 56 th General Assembly features the May issue of the Illinois Agricultural Association just off the press . The Record announces that the bill was introduced at the request of the I . A . A . and has the support of the Illinois Bankers Association , the Illinois State Federation of Labor , Prairie Farmer , and most of the downstate newspapers . gte This bill is being actively opposed by : • Chicago newspapers , by certain wealthy industrial interests of the state , and by those who receive large incomes but pay little or no taxes , says the statement . These people know that the real property ownersare paying 90 per cent of the tax . burdens of Illinois . They also realize that so long as they can keep this heavy load , which in...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IS WORKING ON CANDAD , ' THISTLE CONTROL HERE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IS WORKING ON CANDAD , THISTLE CONTROL HERE During the past week the University , of Illinois has established three series , of experimental plots in Will County to determine the best means for control of quack grass and Canada thistle . Pro £ . , T . c . Hackleman , chief in crop extension , and Dr . J . J . Pieper from the Department ot Agronomy , laid out these plots on Thursday ,. May 16 . Two of these series , one on quack grass and one on canada thistle , were - 3 laid out on Route 44 , Manhatan Township , on the farm of E . L . Wilson . - , . These plots are just a few rods north of the highway in the field , from 30 to 40 rods east of the southwest cor . # ner of the field . The other series , of plots were laid out for Canada thistles on the old electric line right-of-way in AVheatland Township about one mile north of Normantown between Route 22 and the B . J . &amp;amp; E . Railroad tracks . Each series of plots consist of seven square rods in a ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

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CLEVELAND HOSPITAL DISASTER KILLS 125 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

CLEVELAND HOSPITAL DISASTER KILLS 125 Doctors , Nurses , Patients , Others Among Victims . Cleveland . —Spontaneous combustion in an overheated storeroom caused the fire and explosions which wrecked the Cleveland Clinic building and took the . lives of scores of patients , nurses and doctors , fire wardens reported . The heat came from a leaky steam pipe in the basement Cleveland , Ohio . —The death toll in the Cleveland Clinic gas and fire disaster has mounted to 125 , and others were reported dying from tlie effects of the death-dealing fumes . Poison gas and two explosions which followed the burning of X-ray films brought upon this city one of its worst catnstrophies . Nearly nil of the deaths resulted from the deadly gas which filtered through tlie four-story building slowly at first and then , augmented by a sec ond and more terrific explosion than the first , rushed up from the basement and cut off escape down the stairways and elevators . The dead Include doctors , patients a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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SANITARY RUNWAY i QUITE VALUABLE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

SANITARY RUNWAY i QUITE VALUABLE t f ^ % ^ vF ? l a W ^ ^ PYwr l rpf- &amp;lt; ill . I F *• - • &amp;gt; r &amp;amp; m *~* s £ V . 11 rrXl n n \\ J \\\ Breeding Platform May Be Used With Fair Success . ( By Q . T . Klein , Extension Poultryman , K . S . A . ) By making use of the sanitary runway , the permanent brooder house that has for years been the menace of the poultry industry may be used witha fair degree of success . The runway is merely a brooding platform that Is placed in front of the brooder house . It has a floor of one-half inch hail screen or hardware cloth . The . wire floor , which is about 15 inches from the ground , allows all droppings and filth to fall through . Wire sides and top of one inch poultry netting confines tlie chicks to the run : way and protects them : from enemies . The sanitary ; runway accomplishes everything that &amp;gt; turning the chicks outside will . / accomplish , giving them exercise and sunlight and keeping them from cont...

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Sufficient Number of Nests Properly Placed [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

Sufficient Number of Nests Properly Placed The number of nests in relation to the size of the laying flock during the heavy laying season Is . important . With a sufficient number of nests properly placed there is less danger of eggs being deposited in tlie litter and becoming lost , stepped on , or otherwise broken . Nests should be darkened ; they should be so constructed that it is easy for one to see and remove tlie eggs . If nests are too large eggs may be broken by two of more hens crowding into them . . Twelve by fourteen inches is suggested for the larger breed and ten by twelve inches for the smaller breeds . .. Nests should be easy to remove to facilitate cleaning .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Turkey ' s Natural Food Lines Often Overlooked [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

Turkey s Natural Food Lines Often Overlooked Then there are a good many persons working .--with turkeys in a small way who do not Recognize one of the turkeys natural food lines ; they fail to remember , if they ever knew , that , the turkc &amp;gt; y ! s . ; fpbd ^ n - ~ its wild state consisted chiefly of insects , beechnuts , acorns , berries , and so forth ; with but little corn ; The average poultry raiser who has not studied Mr . Turkeys former habits of life feeds too much corn and corn-meal , the latter especially . So much corn-meal for small turkeys tends to pack the crop and cause Indigestion and liver trouble .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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RAISE AND BREAK A PAIR OF OXEN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

RAISE AND BREAK A PAIR OF OXEN JWft s _ JL ^ Jt i ^ SMs ^ B Bt ^ ^ s ^ s ^ s ^ kv ^ i ^ sBa ^ sls ^ sl ^ s ^ s ^ sl 1 Boys Find It Pleasant , Fascinating and Profitable . ( By H . L . GARRIGUS , Connecticut Agrlcul- * ¦ . ¦ tural College . ) Replying to tlie inquiry of a reader at Oxford , N . Y ., I would say that it . would . be entirely possible to raise and break u pair of oxen , starting with bull calves . 1 would suggest that tlie earlier they are trained the easier It will be . First , the calves should be trained to lead with a halter ; then they can be tied together and driven as a pair . A small yoke can be made and fitted to them nt an early age . If desired , and if handled carefully they can be - hitched , to a small sled or cart and taught to do all of the things that a pair of oxen would be used . for . Many a boy throughout the eastern part of our country has trained one or more pairs of steers as he grew up on the farm , and found it a pleasant , fascinating and pro...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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I Poultry Notes 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

I Poultry Notes 1 Clean ground enables poultrymen to carry more pullets to maturity . Sanitation and breeding are both essential in eliminating poultry diseases . * -. * . * Any flock that : will average better than 120 eggs per bird is a profitable flock . » * • - More moisture is required for turkey eggs used for ) hatching purposes than for chicken eggs . . » li • Gluten feed Is a by-product obtained In the mnnufacti re of glucose and cornstarch .. It is jsed in tlie mash as a source of protein . Remember , a start in turkeys costs no more than a start of any good breed of chickens ^ there is always a good market for jour turkeys . *¦ ! * • - : Early hatching of chickens this spring and propcrjhnndling of the pullets will bring them into laying condition * next full during tlie months of high-priced eggs , v

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Increasing Demand for Good Horses on Farms [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

Increasing Demand for Good Horses on Farms ( Prepared Ijy tlie United States Department : of Agriculture . ) 1 Since 1918 and 1010 , when the number of horses on farms in tlie United , States readied tlie highest total ever - recorded , a sharp decline has been in evidence ., Last year the number of ZL horses on farms was no greater than ,-in 1890 , - and the ¦ reduction does not yet show any signs of ceasing . Some ¦ significance may be attached to the fact that the farm price of horses has turned slightly up since 1020 and 1927 . Horse prices in- 1925 , in comparison with tlie average prices of ail commodities , were , at ,. tbe ^ JhDwest ^ pplnt since 180 STTr . it : Js ^ i ^ Iifore ^ pTssiuTe that tlie corner lias been turned , and that the recent slight upward trend indicates an increasing demand . Tlie ayerage . ageof all horses on farms has steadily increasedwithin the last few years . It is therefore practically certain , says the United States Department of Agriculture , th...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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I I"I"I-I ¦ I -I--I-I--I-I-I--I ¦ I ' I-I-I"I"I-I"I"I" 1 -Live Stock Hints H"I" » "l"I » M"M"I"I"I"I"I' : I"I-M 7 l"I"M- [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

I III-I ¦ I -I--I-I--I-I-I--I ¦ I I-I-III-III 1Live Stock Hints HI » lI » MMIIIII : II-M 7 lIM- Pigs should be castrated before they are weaned . • * * • Frequent changes of pasture help , to keep lambs healthy . * * * Corn alone is not a good ration for hogs . It lacks protein as well as minerals . * * • The remedy for diseased animals which promises to cure all Ills usually ends by curing none of them . * » * ¦ If ewes are too thin ns lambing time approaches , start a daily feeding of one-third pound of oats per head a month before lambing . » » • To develop a very-large-sized hog It Is essential that the hog be of the right conformation and breeding and then that he » be fed a good ration .- » * * Tlie large part of the tuberculosis in accredited county hogs is found in tlie glands of tlie throat and intestines and generally conies from diseased poultry . * * * Carrying over a years supply of roughage eliminates the possibility of interruption of feeding plans by a poor crop seas...

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: * Between Sincere Religionists affd True Scientists There Is No Conflict [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

: * Between Sincere Religionists affd True Scientists There Is No Conflict By GEORGE R . THROOP , Washington University . Y „ There is a great deal of talk and discussion at the present time on ? * the conflict of education as represented primarily by pure science , and re- \ ligion as understood in the minds of many , but this is a most unfortu- , [ , ; Bate , and . nnnecesEary , condition . T , o most of the true scientists and sincere religionists of the present day there is no real conflict . All the facts of nature and life and the universe are too unfathomable for ns to attribute them to any merely blindly operating force . How this entire world of ours and all the nni1 verse could function without some power and guide greater than human comprehension and understanding is beyond tlie real scientists to fathom . What we need most is charity and tolerance on all sides . Eeli gious education is to address itself not only to the correction of our present ills , but it renders spec...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faith in Mankind and Belief . in God Inseparable , Though Not Easy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

Faith in Mankind and Belief . in God Inseparable , \ Though Not Easy By DR . CHARLES P . WISHART , President Wooster College . Christianity is committed to fundamental faith in man and encourages men to see submerged possibilities in the most insignificant human through the power of Christ in their lives . Honor All lien is the very essence of Christianity . Belief in God and belief in man are inseparable . A thorough belief in man is manifestly not easy . In fact , it is not much easier than a belief in God . It takes a great soul to believe in God . It is about the largest achievement of the human spirit . Next to that is belief in man . It takes a great man to sense the greatness of all men , to work your way down beneath the overlay of circumstances , the apparent limitations , the puzzling inconsistencies , below the commonplace and the vulgar and the banal , and to appreciate the splendor , the tragedy , the majesty of humanity that is the achievement of a great soul ! Christi...

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