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NAME-ADDITIONAL CLUB -MEMBERS FOR EASTERN NATIONAL CLUB TRIPS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

NAME-ADDITIONAL CLUB -MEMBERS FOR EASTERN NATIONAL CLUB TRIPS Rewarded for their outstanding records , two farm boys and one girl havebeen picked . from the 15 , 000 boys and girls club members of the state to be Illinois official representatives at two national 4-H club events to be held in the east this summer , it- is announced by club officials of the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois . Homer Mendenhall , • 19 jjeare old , Springfield , and Casper Mast , Jr ., 19 , Quincy ,, have been named-by , E . I . Piichard , boys club specialist , as the spates official boy delegates to the third national boys and girls * club camp to be held in Washington , June 19 to 25 . - Miss Mable .-Mohr , 22 years old , Normal , has been selected by . Miss Mary McKee , < girls club specialist , to represent Illinois at the Camp- Vail 4 . H leaders draining school , ~ Sprlngfield ,-Mass . ! Sept . ;^ to 21 . ¦ - „ , \ . * „ ,, ^ Expenses ^ of the club members will be paid on ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PEOTONE-WILL DAIRY CALF CLUB HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

PEOTONE-WILL DAIRY CALF CLUB HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING The monthly meeting of the PeotoneWill Dairy Heifer ana * Calf Club was held at the home of Mr . and Mrs . Frank Lewis on May 28 , 1929 at 7 : 30 oclock .--. The meeting was called to - order by club , leader Lester Schroeder and opened by the club singing a , group of songs . -, ^ -Roll was k called with ; all members present . The minutes of the . previous meeting were read and . approved . First in older was to Vnow If the club was satisfied with keeping Lester Schroeder as club leader and also as a member , with whlcli no objections were made . J i Next was ; the election of the officers of the two clubs . _ The calf , club officei s < elected were : President , - Harris Wilken ; Vice President , John M . Lewis , Secretary . Treasurer ,- WmrMeyer . The heifer club officers are . as follows : President , Clarence Schroeder ; Vice president , Harold Carstens ; Secietary-Treas-urer , Harold Jacobs . Club reporter ? Harol...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BABY CALF CLUB -NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

BABY CALF CLUB -NOTES ^ , ^ rlN % W- ?* ^•«! BKX ! H ^? i , ¦ . - » 5 ON > L it *¦ -t -j- ? -. V-- t >_ . l ! L— - _ j _—IL ^ H— — £ i-j __^ j _^^—— m . - T * ~* \ \ I ( .- ^ ( . ^> CATTLEHEREFORD CATTLE . FOR SALE . 184 cows with calves ^ 128 .-springer i cows ,. 118 two year ofd springer C heifers , lBO ^ two year old steers , 246 1 ^ yearling steers , 238 yearling heifers , 1 42 C weaned calves ^ 5 registere d bulls . . Females all T . / B : * tested , can be sorted to-suit purchaser . Clemmle , Ruggles , Fairfield , Iowa , > Box > 441 . - Phone 702 . 21-22 PURE BRED GUERNSEY BULL , for ^ sale . Sbreffwood Farm , Manhattan . Phone Manhattan lll . L . ~ < POULTRY : ~ ~ BARRED ROCK HATCHING * EGGS , J 4 . per hundred . Henry T . Lockner , R . 2 , Elwood . Phone 2650-Y-3 Joliet . x ^ * SEED - * -r—« ; FOR-SALE MILLET . SEED , $ 1 per bu . L . A . Hibner , Elwood . Phone Joliet * 2653-Y-l . . - T ! MISCELLANEOUS ~ — ; ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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j ^^^^ n B ^ S ^^ TT ^^^^^^^^^ BP ^^^^^^^^ TTrt ^ r ^^ r S ^^^ Sp ^ PpSI ' From iSi [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

j ^^^^ n B ^ S ^^ TT ^^^^^^^^^ BP ^^^^^^^^ TTrt ^ r ^^ r S ^^^ Sp ^ PpSI From iSi \ 3 Adr * B : iDlxon , thlrty-four . was fa-, allyinjured inarmineexplosldn neari ljfaajB $ [ a ! f ? ykLl *\ * r > < - Vv u Srosepli iB . Shaute of tWilmette has . ^^ ected presiden t of the nilriois tesoclatlon \ 6 f Postjpnasters . ( J ^ ^ ArcfiftiVfoaf-year-bldC . son of MBB . - tniUaim ^ Amstrongrjjis ; killed- by ^ jjhaingjonvthelr / arm ^ near-Pana . I ^^ % » eeM ^ orry-sjxj Hk \ # borei [~ 6 t WyiSmlng . if shotVan d ^ kllied , himself Slth s - a }; revoIverin : Kewanee ,- Police Bfit & apa § ondetfcy ; -C ^ • ^ - \ Tf - } : ^ william ;» B ; SEnglish , Jr-. ^ who ^ has fteen ^ iipjJolhtea ^ financial director ofRpcW & rdf college ; wllhhave / charge Of ~ afjprbp ^ d v moVe * for , expSnsl 6 n of the 1 Bbllege . ^ tM > % ? «¦ _ *****« - ; -V / r ^ fitherJfc vTillotsbnrtrsevcnty-tseveril . tfoln ^^ n d ^ reared ^ t Potbinac ^ ls dead alsthe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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¦ - ^ i ! i ^ . awiv ' , ) f > - ?«»> i a- > -: ya ; - » g i-y-v . ^ p-iugat ^^ ^ f ^ RM ^ BUREAll [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

¦ - ^ i ! i ^ . awiv , ) f > - ?«»> i a- > -: ya ; - » g i-y-v . ^ p-iugat ^^ ^ f ^ RM ^ BUREAll rj - .- ,- ^ b .. * rv * s , - * -j *>** -fe 4- i- ^ -I - -K ^ s ^ Continued-froirf-Page < 0 ne ) % \ u . j ^^ . fv jg- g sHji ^ . yqtfife c & MWILL PAT POULTRYMJEN - 1 ^ TO GROOM PULLETS - CARETOIAY ; THISYEAR ¦ ~~ , , i . - -r . . Illinois fai-mers and poultrymen- are facingk-highly , promising prospects for the sale of eggs this fall and winter , in the . opinion of H . - H . Alp , j po * ultry . extension specialist of theCollege o f Agri-fultiirel-University of , Illinois . Hatchas . thfsWst spring have 1 been bothilater and poorer than iast . year . This probatoly will meaV late maturing pullets Jand * a ,-scarcity of fall , and early . winter eggs . It therefore should , pay well this year to feed ami properly take care of pullets , he believes . - Neglect in developing ^ pullets is the biggest reason for the failu...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

WASHINGTON BRIEFS i The nomination of Charles Evans Hughes , Jr ., to be solicitor general was confirmed by the senate . ** - JosephP Cotton , a New York lawyer , has been nominated by President Hoover to be under secretary of state . The nomination of Dwight _ F . Davis , former-secretary of rwar , to be governorgeneral of the Philippines was confirmed by the senate . ¦ The senate manufactures committee decided to refer the proposed-In-vestigation into labor conditions In -the textile ^ industry to tlie federal trade commission . - ¦ — * .. The Union- Oil company of California , received _? 1 , 2 S 0 , 514 . for overassessment of income and profit taxes in 1928 and 1921 , the bureau of Internal revenue announced . __ N v . Postmaster General „ Brown announced that a new , 2-cent stamp to commemorate . the fiftieth-anniversary of the invention of the Incandescent lamp by Thomas Edison -wouId be-is-sued soou . Bulgaria Ratifies Pact Sofia , Bulgaria . —Bulgaria s adherence to the Kel...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

feECIPE FOR MAKING-BREAD .. To Readers , of . this paper ^ I will send a Valuable » Recipe which > will makei jBread . Wholesome , Digestible , free from Fermentation , needs no buttermilk . TheBread when baked consists of ordinary Flour , -water and ! Salt . X Any Flour . can be -used . Take- a , quarterof an hour to praise ** and then > one . hour in , oven . Numerous Unsolicited Testimonials from Medical Men , . etc . Enclose International Money ^ Order for 25 cents for Recipe . • J . T . BYRNE , 83 Upper Ceeson St ., r Dublin , Ireland . , 20-26 FOR- SALE SAMPSON , 10 . TANDEM DISC , 18 plates . This is a real im - plemeht requires much power . Cheap if taken at once . . W .. W . Sine , New Lenox , Ilj . * ¦ BUT THE BEST FEEDER at the best price and buyit now . Sure-feed , feeders have side agitators cut , tlie feed from the side ., rocking doors shut off the feed when hog is finished eating . Ask for circular , and also for the Junior Hog Waterer . -Every ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Grubs Found in Backs : T ^ x' " : ' oftattle in Spring . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

Grubs Found in Backs : T ^ x : oftattle in Spring . ^ TUe grubs found „ In ^ the backs ol cattle duringthe latter part of winter oiul J ( h springare the larvae of the . os warble Undeveloped from eggs de- ~ pofeitecJ during the . pasturing season . Every grub allowed to emerge , drop to tbe ground and burrow there later develops iuto-a By -which , proceeds , tb carry on the harmful work of her kind . • Extraction mayreadily be managed by squeezing -down bard - upon each ripe boll withthe open mouth of a large bottle . In some instances the opening in the boil has to be enlarged with , a small knife to allow passage of : the grub . After the operation apply a mixture of one part of Iodoform and five parts of- vaseline * o help heal the boil and also apply it twice a week to forming bolls . - — The grubs- torture cattle , retard growth , prevent - fattening and cause a ~ shrink in . milk , * writes Dr . A . - S . Alexander in , Successful Farming . It . does not pay to let them injur...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

« 2 £ -V BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME . GROUNDS with SUPERIOR TRELLIS « ss a sis ^ s » We make — PERGOLAS , V ARBORS ORNAMENTAL FENCE ^ LAWN SEATS . FLQWER BOXES In a variety of designs niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Sorensott . , PHONE 4833 200 N .- BLUFF ST \ . _ . JOLIET ILL ; _ ! > - > - V - - . , . ^ / . . ,- :-: :-: - ^ / ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ E ^ L ^>^ 9 BBLVLaX ^ B ^&^^^ L ^ L ^ LH ^ s ¦^ L ^ Lv B ^ BwS ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ BrfiilS * ^ L ^ B J ¦ \ , Otto E . - , . c . v . Why Putter Around With dull tools ; and saws , or an old lawn . ; ; „ . / mower , that will hardly cut . { . Our Prices Are , Always Reasonable - - -We grind all kinds of tools , saws gunkned , filed and set . Lawnmowers ground and put in first class condition . We are die Home of the Joliet Lawn Mower . -v — tlie 3 J &> 1 Sn % , r - . - » - — . . \~ . ** * -4 ^ * ~ rt-pfvr- - -v i * • • - - • ;* - • \~ - \ - i * ¦ yrM . BARBER & co . j- . v : 1 • : • -: . , -...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

< 4 You re Not In The Farnv Bureau Company Unless You Have This Emblem on Your Car . >^ Y V TI | is is the cniblwn of the jfllJ »\ ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL 4 v ^ tS 1 . I Pllj ^ s . - MUTUAL , your own company , V ^^ KiBVfllln ^ M & S ^ BaV . Bureau and the Illinois Agricul- /^ jH gPjttjj ^^ H ^ isSHA tural Association . The Company | HH £ JMv 9 MWKnQ ] H | provide automobile insurance AT \~ UU ^^ SBHH |^ H M 9 / COST for your benefit . Are you ^ SS ^^^ SK / m ^^^/^ y ^ . using it ? Are you using other y ^ wKS ^^ wHfgw ^^ ffl ^ Fv ^ v forms of service offered by the /«——SCjS £ ~| aKSg §? CL ^ CLJj \ JRarm Bureau and the Illinois Tour only cost in the ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL MUTUAL is the $ 5 policy fee and the semiannual assessments . The other , $ 20 to * the $ 25 you pay when ylou take out a full coverage policyy Is ( held hi trustfor you by the company . Should you quit farming or move away and cancel your policy , that $ 20 will be returned to you . ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

: • ; V : : LEG ) tU : N 0 f IGESrT . - , • . v - * ... . - - - :. J . PROBATE NOTICE > - > , ^— v 4- ¦ • , f Estate of , Clarence Link , Deceased . ; The undersigned having been ap- s pointed \ , Admiriistratrix of the estate of • v Clarence Link ,-late of . Toilet , in the v County of Will and State of Illinois , deceased , hereby gives -notice that she , yirill . appear ^ eforethe Probate Court , of . Will County , at « . the . Court House in * , ~ s Joliet , at the July ^ Term , on the first Monday in July next ( being the first -day-of said month ) , at which time all ~_ persons having claims against said es- : ; tate i are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the » sarnie adjusted . All persons indebted to _ ,-. said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned . / • { Dated this Tenth day , of May , A . D . 1929 . ^ ; . . DORA RIEGEL , > i Administratrix , as aforesaid . / . ALBERT H . KRUSEMARK , Att...

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Marketing potatoes at Roadside Stands [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

Marketing potatoes at Roadside Stands ( Prepared by tho- United States Department ; \ of Agriculture . ) Dr . William Stiiart , of - the United States . Department of Agriculture , suggests , several rules for the marketing of potatoes at rondside stands . His suggestions apply particularly to potatoes , but are also applicable to other farm products : Grow the variety most popular with the consuming public * . Harvest the-potatoes only- as rapidly .- as they may be needed , when this is practicable . - • If soil adheres after digging wash the potatoes before putting them ; on sale . Grade them Into fairly uniform sizes—i ounce and 12 ounce potatoes do riot match up well . Display the potatoes in small packages , 4 quart peach baskets , climax grape baskets with handles , or any clean , attractive , and convenient container . Dont : be afraid to ask a fair price for * your product , but aot more than the retail store price for similar goods . ... - . Do cto r TSfutirt al s o war _ d...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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- ^ Fdedini-Cod-Liveri-OiH 5 ® i- x VAK to < Chicks r'ls-Fayotea , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

- ^ Fdedini-Cod-Liveri-OiH 5 ® i- x \ VAK to &amp;lt; Chicks rls-Fayotea , -IThere is without . a r doubt ^ ttdvantag 6 in j feeding cod diver oil to . chickens-, while they-are , growing , that Is , those that are-kept indobrs . This-would apply to early hatched chicks . The , method is to take one pint or one quart of . biologically tested cod liver oil and thicken it with regular chick , starting mash . As soon as it Is / so . thick you cannot - stir it , knead in more with the hands and then mlx ^ he remainder of _ oli In the meal and then , mlx ^ th &amp;amp; . meal In the rest- of the , 100 ipounds ^ of mash . This Is-considered a dry mash and is kept before the chicks at all times . , -

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
: / , ' ************************* * «• ¦ ' , - ¦ • - > M Agricultural Hints $ ii ¦ . . , . « ************************* * [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

: / , ************************* * «• ¦ , - ¦ • - &amp;gt; M Agricultural Hints $ ii ¦ . . , . « ************************* * . Sweet-Clover Is . readily killed by low . mowing or . by- plowing under . • * - • Plowing under cornstalks In preference to burning them has a real value . * • • A good farm record book accurate ^ ly kept will enable a farmer to really know , his business . -- * - • . Harness the stream on your farm for electricity and ^ fuinlsh your home with light and power . . * „ * * * ~ It Is Important to get home-grown r 6 d cldverseed In preference to Imported -seed or . that grown at a distanced . • •&amp;gt; . Tor : successful- marketing the farmer needs two things : Knowledge of what he has , and knowledge of what it Is worth . - . &amp;lt; • • • Sunflowers should do very well on newly cleared and broken land . Such land should be clean of weeds and be reasonably fertile . » • • . Sudan grass starts slowly In the spring and does not always make a good st...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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of ^ PrevientihgfiTJiumps . WillS ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

of ^ PrevientihgfiTJiumps . WillS ^ i . Many ^ aseJ thumps in . pigs . are , due to tlie ^ prese nce in the young stage of . -the Ascarls | worm Id the lungs . | These worms , matsrejn the Intestines . The &amp;lt; young are taken In with water * land feed \ in infected . Ttog pens , lots , I etc . ; then they pass by blood vessels to the lungs , and there Irritate and . sometimes infect the lungs , producing some type of Inflammation . The young worm Is coughed up Into the throat ; then It passes ( by swallowing ) down the esophagus to the stomach and ln- &amp;lt; destines , -where this Ascarls , matures and thus completes the life cycle . . To prevent Ascarls infestation in . -pig § , wash _ aud . disinfect the brood sow just . a-few days TSefore she is to furrow , anil remove her to a place where . no hogs have been or to a clean and disinfected farrowing pen . . After . the pigs are horn keep them out of and tnray from a ll old pens and places where old hogs lime been un...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Live Stock Farming Is Sui * £ to Pay Dividends [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

Live Stock Farming Is Sui * £ to Pay Dividends . Diversified , stock farming is conducive to regular dividends and better methods of operation , which include / machine methods and proper labor distribution , as well ns remuneration . VThere Is no doubt as to tlie frequent lack of wording capital among farmers , but Shorthorns can be used . by many ns thenucleus of a live stock farming ^ system that ^ wlll attract assistance from financial . circles at rea--sonnUJe ., rates unUl- they can ^ accumulate surpluses from their earnings adequate to met their normal ^ requirements . —Much of the labor in stock farming is provided by the animals themselves In that they , gather the crppjby grazing and fertilize the soil , thereby eliminating two handling charges .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

Pick Corn forffiperbiu s mL &amp;gt; - * - .- • - -L , - - . ^^^ KT T ^^^ MIV * - ^ 9 x * ^^ BoM t r ^^^» L &amp;gt;^ A Ijflfal v ^ -flKjJL T W ^ WyT w Belle City Way Tractor Mounted or Tractor Drawn—One Row or Two Row—Tractor Operated—the Best and Largest line of Corn picker- ; hulking machinery in the markel ^ Hastens uieHaiv - . vest- ^ GhfeapenstheCdst—As Practical as a Self Binder . Jit s the Famous - Belle City Come in and look it over I S — ^ Picks an acre an hour and • - the price is etartlingly low . I • HfeNNEBERRr I , IMPLEMENT CO . I 803 N . ^ Chicago St ., Joliet I ! - \ LOCALDEALER , I LmmmmmmSmmmmJi r . - * • • * - ¦ _ Is U P ft E M E ! RaiUkM ; i ^] CD . - v BODIES , FENDERS AND 7 ! RADIATORS REP AIRES and REBUILT r 614 Clinton St Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J 1 i - - ^ r -t fUIII &amp;lt; fr KRAMER . GLEANING &amp;amp; DYING SERVICE PETER KRAMER &amp;amp; SONS -Maso ^ ieradeXostuicnes , Masks and-Makeup . Phone Plainfield 35 Main and Eastern Ave ...

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