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SUPREME COURT 0 . K . ON POCKET VETOES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
SUPREME COURT 0 . K . ON POCKET VETOES &gt; — II I w ^ - ^—- First- Time - - Tribunal Has Rendered an Opinion . - Washington . — Presidential pocket vetoes , used by virtually every . President since the formation of the Union to kill undesirable legislation , were held constitutional In a unanimous . opinion , of the United States Supreme court . T _ The opinion , rendered in a relatively unimportant case , interpreted for ; the first time that section of the Constltutlon jnrhicli provides that bills not signed by the President within ten days or returned without his signa ture before congress • adjourns shall not become law . , N While the decision involved only the fate of a ^ blli pioposing to author- &gt; lze certain western Indian tribes to sue the government in the Court -of ¦ Claims ,- it came as a sharp blow to [ government ownership and operation advocates throughout the country who have ; insisted- that the i Muscl ^ Shoals resolution , pocket vetoed by P ...
COLLECT LARGE SUMS IN LOSS AND DAMAGE CLAIMS FOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
COLLECT LARGE SUMS IN LOSS AND DAMAGE CLAIMS FOR FARMERS Loss and . damage , overcharge , and other Claims collected by the Transportation Department of the : Illinois Agri . cultural- Association for Illinois farmers and live stock shippers during the first four months of 1929 total $ 14 , 434 . 05 according to a statement received by the Will County Farm Bureau today , v Of this amount $ 8 , 751 . 73 ; was collected for shippers consigning live stock to tho Chicago Producers Commission Association . This -service is made available , through a co-operative , arrange ment between the Chicago Producers and the I . A . A . Since July 1 , 1925 when this arrangement went into force ; the . Transportation- Department collected a total of $ 63 , 501 . 68 for shippers tc the Chicago co-operative . The Illinois Agricultural Association and the Cdunty Farm Bureaus of the state are working . hand in hand towarc developing live , stock marketing in line with President Hoover . s , recommenda t...
OLD EXCUSE NO GC ^ D ^ 'b ^ FOR REDUCED YIEfosf ^ t ^ , DURING SUMMERTIME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
OLD EXCUSE NO GC ^ D ^ b ^ FOR REDUCED YIEfosf ^ t ^ , DURING SUMMERTIME —«_^_ - )\ j i ~ i ^ . 7 ^ -5 ^ - Flies and hot wedtlier no loriger / can ^ be blamed for the sharp nfdsuinmer * ; drop in the milk yield of Illinois dairy cows , according to Dr . W . B . Nevens 1 , ? assistant chief in dairy cattle feeding at the College of Agriculture / Uniyef- - sity of Illinois . Experiments have trac- f ed the chief cause of the , slump in productionito a lack of feed and particu- -i . larly a lack of enough , protein in tlie , _ , feed , he said . - , l vs &gt; \ Good pasture grass is the best feed for milk production , but pasture alone is not enough for cows giving large amounts of milk . Hence if they are not supplied with some grains , such cows are likely to lose weight fast . Early in * the spring , grass is high in protein 7but as it ripens the proportion of protein becomes less . Good feeders therefore supply their &gt; best cows with grain throughout the pasture ...
Handling Broody Hens [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
Handling Broody Hens | &gt; ? taa HMH A great deal of trouble that poultry keepers have with broody hens Is due to the fact that they do not take them in band promptly enough . - It is an easy matter to break up broodiness if the ben is placed in a-slatted bottom coop just as soon as she shows a disposition to go to sitting . In the few exceptions to this rule . It Is safe to assume that- the Individual . is . one of the persistently broody kind that Is rarely a good layer and might Just-as well sit - - .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
f ^ ^ THE FARMEDWEEKLY REVIEW 1 % - &lt; . - , - . - PobaMwd ttfohe Interest of the Turn ** ^ : -K ? . • - .- % SU * t &gt; Avmwamad Chicago Street , JoUrt , minote „ Telephone 4 OT » ; a | l enaolicRed articles , manuecripts , letters and picture * Sent to The nymora * WisfcayRevfew are sent at the owner s risk and the publishers expresflly reputtato any . llaMKty . or . reapomMlity for their safe custody or return . AdTertattnc wttthe ran nnta oraered ¦ bnt . l • - -. Batereiae second class maif matter at the post ~ on &gt;» at JeUet , HI ., under Act of Coagreea , March 3 , 187 &gt; . - ¦ , (( y ^; ^ c ^ ggP 3 t .
f $ s ? a (^^ fniri »< j ^ LwV'W ^ - lHaV w 8 ! m : M IifB » sgPE & INB ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
f $ s ? a (^^ fniri »&lt; j ^ LwVW ^ - lHaV w 8 ! m : M IifB » sgPE &amp; INB ? / ; &gt; VERYDE SIRABLE . ;; . RATION FOR EWES i IM ii—- - Whole Oats and Wheat Bran ; Two to One , Starts Milk . - Two or three weeks previous to lambing , begin giving the ewes grain at the rate of about one-half pound per head per day . A very desirable rationis whole oats and wheat bran , two to one . That will start the milk flow and ewes are not apt to disown their lambs . , AS soon as a ewe shows symptoms of lambing she should be placed in a - pen by herself so that she may not be disturbed . In case of twins , the first , lamb dropped cannot wander away and -perhaps pe risli before the shepherd can get there to set things right . ^ After a day or two , when the lamb gets strong and becomes well accust tomed to its lflother , the ewe and lamb , should be put with the part of the flock that has lambed . Itwill not be necessary very often for the attendant to help delhery , b...
( Modern Home Fails in ~ Mission of Training 5 U ...,, „ , .. „ Youth for . Independence [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
( Modern Home Fails in ~ Mission of Training 5 U ...,, „ , .. „ Youth for . Independence PARENTS who expect to . mold the destiny of their children as if they were , wax or clay-are doomed to failure . The function of the parent is to rear the child jso that he can take intelligent &lt;• / , , charge of his own life and be an independent personality . Some &gt; , ^ parents , are dictators ; others are simply errand boys for their children . i • The more I see of modern homes and parent s , the more I marvel that so . many children do as well as . they do . The correct attitude toward , the child is to regard him like a seed that grows , whose physical nature . , and temperament are set at birth . Heredity plays as important but not a dominant role in the life of the child . Parents contribute 50 per centof what he is .. Half of the remainder he owes to his grandparents . The children of today are independent , - and nothing can keep them . from being so . And the bes...
: Man at Age of Forty by No Means Too Old for N ' - " ' Real Study Courses v [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
: Man at Age of Forty by No Means Too Old for N - Real Study Courses v i By DR . F . B . KEPPEL , President Carnegie Corporation . - i Education used to be like packing a satchel for a long journey—you . &gt; , had ~ to put into it everything you thought you might need to the very end of the trip . Now , however , we know that if a man needs a knowledge . © f German or English or psychology at the age of forty he can acquire it 1 at the ^ age of forty . - , . The trend in education today is to stimulate people to do for themj , selves what nobody else can do for them . If they do this they will con- . tinually find increased opportunities for learning and the greatest op- , pottunity of all is the printed page . That means the public library , for - • , no one can possibly own all the , books he-needs . Experiments made , possible by the Carnegie corporation have proved / that , granting normal health and normal balance , a person s capacity to ¦ - „ \ learn new things reach...
Pasture Studies ^^ rffotry "Farrn [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
Pasture Studies ^^ rffotry Farrn Plan to Compare Rotation System With Continuous Grazing Method . Taking . a tip from the European dairy farmers who follow a rotation and fertilization system of pasture management , the . United States Department of Agriculture has launched a pasture experiment to compare the rotation system with the continuous grazing method practiced In this country . The project wilPbe conducted , co-operatively by -the bureau of dairy industry and the bureau of \)\ ant industry at the department s dairy experiment farm at Bellsville , Md . . Method of Testing . A 12-acre field has been seeded to a mixture of grasses and legumes and divided for pasturing into 6 paddocks of 2 acres each . Sixteen or twenty high-producing cows will be turned into the first paddock and kept there four , or five days until they have consumed the cream of tlie pasturage . Then they will be moved to the next paddock and 10 or 12 young dnirj animals will take their place to clean up the...
HAWIEY . TAWFF BILL I ! IS PASSED BY HOUSE "in : , ..... . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
HAWIEY . TAWFF BILL I ! IS PASSED BY HOUSE in : , ..... . Measure Put Up to Senate ; Action Is in Doubt - Washington . —The Hawley tariff bill , boosting agricultural and industrial duties to a new high level , was passed by the house by a voteof 264 to 147 . Twelve Republicans voted against the bilk— Their defection was more than offset by 20 Democrats who voted for It __ - Prior to the final action , a motion by Representative John Gamer ( Dem ., Texas ) , minority leader , to recommit the bill , was defeated , -157 to 254 . Party lines were drawn more tightly on this roll call ,. only three Republicans voting with the Democrats for the motion . and only one Democrat joining with the Republicans against it . The bill now goes to the- senate , where the program is somewhat uncertain . Administration leaders are holding out the suggestion that If the senate will agree to a definite date for a vote on the tariff bill not later than the middle of November , a recess of both houses fro...
J !^ mm / m * mm . J iSb m m ¦¦¦ iiaiiil E ^ PIII DW VO r / 7 ^& [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
J !^ mm / m * mm . J iSb m m ¦¦¦ iiaiiil E ^ PIII DW VO r / 7 ^&amp; The end of the present ^ session of the .. general , assembly lis near . _ 1 A &lt; 1journroent will be the order soon * anil members ; will recess lor ; ten -days while Governor „ Emmerson peruses the bills passed by both branches . At the end of the ten-day period sine die adjournment will . be ,- taken . Tlie bill . Introduced . by- Senator Florence Fifer • Bohrer , Bloomirigtpn , providing that convicted felons shall be sentenced to the custody of the state department of public welfare instead of . to ~ the state penitentiaries at - Statevllle and Chester , has been passed by the senate and has been sent to the . house . House Bill No . 670 which Is on third reading . and which was- introduced by Representative Sidney Parker , Mr / Vernon , allows the people to create road districts in parts of townships or In two townships so that they may bond themselves to construct secondary ; roads . A bill...
Crop Outlook Data Is . >} t -.-.,. ^ tQ-Be Jstued Dy . AJ ' . S ; v i [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
Crop Outlook Data Is . \&gt;} t -.-.,. ^ tQ-Be Jstued Dy . AJ . S ; v i . Washington . —Special Votttloofc . ? ,-re- i t . . f J ) ports ,, designed , to assist - . farmers ln lV , * planning crop and live stock produce . . ^ - tlon programs . on . the ^ . tasis of \ th e ^ : ^ ^ prospective . demand for 1 their - prod i j / i uctii , -will be issued ¦ d 5 rIng \ theVciuv ; . 4 1 rent agricultural -season by , the , bu- ^ S : , reau of agricultural economics , -Unit- ^ Jed States Department of Agriculture ; -. ^ :: - ^ . An . outlook report ; for v &lt; nogs ( wlir s -be ~ \^ Jfisued on , July 15 j Tfor , ^ poultry / , Julyj ^ - -, ¦ , 22 ; . sheep and wool , / August . 5 ; , straw ; . \ , 1 : berries ,- August . 15 . or . earlier , jjrlorfto s ^ - \ setting new beds ; , beet . cattle , ~ A 1 ugust \;^ , , 26 ; early potatoes ( Florida , and lower _^ Texas valley ) , v September l jorearlIer ; - • f 5 - ! winter ^ grains , Including ^ wheat , rye and Southern oats an...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
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Potato Seed" Treatment to Kill-All Organisms [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929
Potato Seed Treatment to Kill-All Organisms Seed potatoes treated three or four week s ahead of planting will show no delay in sprouting as is often the case with seed treated-to kill disease organ-isms-Just before it is planted . Treating seed that-Is coming out of ^ dormancy may cause it to become somewhat dormant again . . Early-treating gives-tlie seed time to come ^ out of dormancy and beready to grow as soon as planted . Treating seed potatoes has increased , the average yield 22 . bushels per acre In . the test plots conducted for the pasf ~ elght years In the Kaw Valley of Kansas . , ,-. .