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PRESSURE COOKER BIG AID IN HOME CANNING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

PRESSURE COOKER BIG AID IN HOME CANNING Summer is here with all Its luscious fruits and tender green vegetables and every homemakers thoughts are turning to canning : The ideal canner Is the pressure cooker , . which is recommended by the U . S . Department of Agriculture . Foods canned in this cooker are sterilized at temperatures much higher than boiling point . Higher temperatures give added safety in the canning of .. such vegetables as peas , beans , and ^ corn . In addition to making for safety In canning , pressure cookers save time and fuel . . Rich in Forest * South America has more than onefourth of the forest area of the world .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WILL COVNTYv FARM BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

WILL COVNTYv FARM BUREAU ( Continued from Page One ) put in . The settlement plan based upon acreage is the least satisfactory , since it desregards the kind of grain , yield and hauling distances , all of which affect the cost of labor in threshing ; The bushel basis is fairly satisfactory if the labor rate used agrees with the actual man-labor cost . This method re . quires some adjustment to correct for the differences in - bushel weights of various , grains and it disregards the hauling ¦ distances ¦ . for . bundles and grain . Under any of these plans , the settlement may be based on man labor alone or it may include use of teams or trucks and meals furnished .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHEVROLET DEALERS TO HAVE PLENTY OF PAST MODEL PARTS ON HAND [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

CHEVROLET DEALERS TO HAVE PLENTY OF PAST MODEL PARTS ON HAND what Chevrolet Motor . Company has been doing since the introduction- last January of the new six cylinder line to insure ample parts and efficient service to the . millions of owners of Chevrolet four cylinder cars , is revealed in a factory statement released today . . Among the adustments affected to safeguard the continued usefulness of former models have been the establishment of service machine shops at Detroit and-Flint , specializing in the exclusive . manufacture of past model parts ; .... additional- .... service .. ^ training schools ; wKerS ? dealers . ¦ mechanics are taught the latest methods for servicing the old . and new models ! additional zone warehouses which expedite the delivery of parts to dealers ; and revisions in the system by , which . the dealer is stocked with past model parts . . Independent manufacture of past model parts-became necessary just as soon as intense production began on the new six...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Biennial Sweet Clover Now Extensively Grown [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Biennial Sweet Clover Now Extensively Grown Biennial sweet -clover is being extensively : grown in parts of the United States at the present time , botli as a pasture and hay crop . It fits into a crop rotation very nicely , is beneficial to the soil , provides a very heavy yield of . pasture per acre and a fair yield of hay . Many men have pastured sweet clover pasture for . a number of years with , all * kinds of stock to very good advantage and with no , loss or sickness . Many also lia \ e fed sweet clover ; hay to all . kinds of live stock with very good results . Occasionally there has been a case of bloating of , animals pasturing on sweet clover pasture and occasionally there has been losses of animals receiving sweet clover hay in winter due to a sickness that has the symptoms of some form of poisoning . These losses have been very small , however , in proportion to : the amount of sweet clover that has been used and it is commonly believed at the present , time that a farm...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CRYSTAL lAWIiraHBSi ? COURSE PROVWC ^ JVERV POPULAR WrtHlFANS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

CRYSTAL lAWIiraHBSi ? COURSE PROVWC ^ JVERV POPULAR WrtHlFANS ~ -. ^« JgSgSfH 5 . * The fairways andgreenajcatfethe Crystal Lawns Golf coursel ^^ t n i , srirst class condition due to the ? Mcent | rains which made the grass . soft . and . BWingy . Most of the rough ; has ^ befnfrS ^ ntly cut and few balls are lostW ^ a ^ vesiilt Good crowds have beeritt playinis ^ on this excellent course , » TOr ; Sthe £ iipast weeks and are increasingS ^ h / STwilight golf is becoming quHe ^ he ^ thiing among the golfers who wiBh ^ l 8 |^; void the hear of mid-day , and ^ one . fc & tfjsee many playing during the ^ jaaf ^ few hours of daylight most any ^ ila ^|( 5 f > the week . V ^ Jsfr A record-breaking crowd isf expected to use the course on thejEourth of July as the word has been ^ jiassed around that there will be ^ som ethlng special for the occasion in . theF ^ orjn of the A . M . Flag Tournaments-Driving Contest , Putting Contest andApproacliing Contest . , rr ?&...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^^ P Texas Claims LarcestMti [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

^^ P Texas Claims LarcestMti Wheat Field , 6 , 000 Acres Heresford , Texas . —This secnSn , of Texas lias issued claim to theftTargest single wheat field in tlie sfate ^ afellMs shooting at national honora . j ^ heifleld of grain is under one fence ^ an ^ H pmprises 6 , 000 acres . Producn 6 n | lC . expected to total about 200 ; 006 > 5 ) ushels of wheat valued at approximately $ 250 , 000 . -41 £ if $£ - < S & SSGfo Monster Codfish A # f ( i Provincetown , Mass . —\ Vhaj £ waJ 3 , believed the biggest codfish , eyer ^ caught in Massachusetts waters wasbrought in by Capt . George Brier on . jrraro > e cently . The giant weighed ^ 00 pounds .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BABY , BEEF CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

BABY , BEEF CLUB NOTES The 4-H Clubs held their monthly meeting Friday evening ,.. June 28 at the New Church School House . Mr . Matter ,, our club leader , took charge of the meeting . A debate ; whether Paul Blackman wais to take , his lady friend home in a taxi or a street car , was to ; be held at this meeting . One of the members was sick so the debate . was not held . A discussion on the topic was held which proved to be very interesting . The majority were for the taxi . The Dairy Calf Club ! officers were elected at this meeting . Earl Knoicek was elected President ; James Vinson , Vice-President ; and Everett Hafehrichter , Secretary . The topics the cluh . will discuss are feeding , care and management . Mr . Batter also thought they ¦ would have one or two judging meetings . : ¦ , . ;• , .. . ; ¦ . ¦ ¦¦ . ;¦ . .. ;• . ;; ¦ . , ^ : Leah Stiefbolt sang Sweet and Low . She was accompanied by Hazel Blackman .. .. . The July club meeting ¦ will be held at the home of Mr . and ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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7 I Live Stock Notes :: T . a . * .. » .. i » » >*¦¦> - *¦¦»»* » a w . m .. 9 l ' . 9 .. 9 .. w .. 9 a a * " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

7 I Live Stock Notes :: T . a . * .. » .. i » » >*¦¦> - *¦¦»»* » a w . m .. 9 l . 9 .. 9 .. w .. 9 a a * TTTTTTTTTTTJTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Watch the . horses and mules shoul-. ders . .. • *• Exercise pregnant ewes as much as possible . Disinfect old hog houses with crude oil to keep down lice . * • * Sows and litters should be protected against cold and rains . * * * Alfalfa and clover pastures are good to keep a pig s appetite keen . •«* Plenty of nnlk and good pasture makes lambs fnt , tender ,- and juicy . . .. » ¦? ; » . Lambs on grass ! and calves on clover , are making a lot of old farms over . .. ¦ . ¦ . * • • There are advantages in having early spring pigs if we take good care of them ! Pounds of lamb produced : per ewe is the best test of the ability of a market lamb , producer . • * * . Sheep may be fed raw potatoes nearly ns well as cattle and can usually be fed abort two and half pounds of potatoes per head . • ¦¦ . • . , ¦ • is • » . It Is not necessary ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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^ Shidewts Tour ¦' . ' < ¦ ¦ : 8 , 000 Miles in Bus [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

^ Shidewts Tour ¦ . &amp;lt; ¦ ¦ : 8 , 000 Miles in Bus 5 iHWorcestei , Muss . —An 8 , 000gl mlle trip to California . and back Rftwill be part of the regular , sumBlimer school session at Clark unifrf verstty this year . About thirty i students willattend the portable a school , which will be . in charge of x Professor Btirt Hudgins of the ft College of tlie City of Detroit . K The journey will be made in a ft motor coach . During the- dally 6 trips of 1 . &amp;gt; 0 to 2 , i 0 miles , the proft fessor in-charge will direct the £ observation and . interpretation ft of the natural regions through 6 .. which the students travel .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FRIED FOODS IT -HH HPP [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

FRIED FOODS IT -HH HPP Takes No Longer to Cook Meat Under Pressure * Than to Fry It . Too much fried food is probably the outstanding defect in American diet , according to the testimony of physicians and nutrition experts . We fry our meats , our fish , our eggs and even some of our vegetables . The temptation to reach for the handy skillet , put In some fat , and start our dinner a-frying Is a great one , because it enables one to prepare a meal in a shorter length of time . This is not the best plan for our . healths sake , however , nor for the family pocketbook . So much rich food Is not good for one , while foods cooked in fat teiid to be less digestible because the coating . of fat prevents the digestive juices from penetrating the food . It is an expensive way of ¦ feeding the faniiljv too , because only

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

| Radio Serves Doubh |; J * Purpose in Schools * % Racine , Wis . —A kdi 6 ^ receSf &amp;amp; g * in g system that serves ^ aj ^ iuaj % purpose lias been installediinfafe ^ * Racine school . Aside from ;; inak : ll ilc ing broadcasted programsta ^ ai ^ i t j able in each schoolroom ; , k ^ ml-M * crophone has been Installedjln ; i : &amp;gt; * the oflice of the prlncipal ^ sok * * that he may make . announced I $ xents at one time through put I ^ * : he school . , £ s J &amp;amp; 3 $ 8 $ fci jMi-K . ** jMijfc ** jMt . v wimimitjfMita nut . *¦•* i ! -, BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME ] $$ &amp;gt; ¦ $ GROUNDS ^ i ¦ with JV , f :-: SUPERIOR TRELLIS :-: £ «*¦**¦» a I i We make • % PERGOLAS , ARBORS } ORNAMENTAL FENCE &amp;gt; : LAWN SEATS * FLOWER BOXES i i &amp;lt; j In a variety of * designs v -J IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Otto E Sorenson PHONE 4833 200 N . BLUFF ST- JOLIET , ILL . : - % * ¦ ¦ .. ¦ - ^ S ^ BB ^ Ba ^^ ailBBBBBBBVSaBBBBBBBBBBHSvffH ^ aBBBBBBBl . Why Putter Aro...

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

, §¦ THE FASTEST GROWING INDEPENDENT MOTOR FUEL . IN THE MIDDLE WEST •• r WILL ( COUNTY ^ JFARM SUPPLY COMPANY Office Phone 3593 Joliet , III . • . - Office : C . &amp;amp; J . Building - •• - Warehouse Phone 4080 Henneberry Motor Sales Come in and See the New Six-Cylinder Chevrolet Used Car Headquarters of Witt County OUR BUSINESS WAS BUILT ON GOOD SERVICE AND IS STILL GOING 1928 Chevrolet Sedans 1928 Chevrolet Coupes 1928 Chevrolet Coaches 1927 Chevrolet Coaches 1926 Chevrolet Sedans 1926 Chevrolet Coupes 1926 Chevrolet Coaches 1925 Chevrolet Sedans 1 1927 Hudson Coach 1 1926 Studebaker Big Six Sedan 1 1927 Pontiac Coach 1 1927 Essex Coach 1 1927 Oakland Coach 1 1926 Oakland Roadster 1 1926 Buick Coach 1 1925 Dodge Touring MANY GOOD USED TRUCKS Henneberry Motor Sales [ CHEVROLET DEALERS 802 N . CHICAGO STREET PHONES 4884-4885 Where Automobiles are : \ Priced Right Financed Right £ ; ; Guaranteed Right 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 * . ;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

| l ^ X * -- *^ r Visit Niagara Falls , Canada and ||| . | l // je East via C &amp;amp; B Line Palatial Steamers | l | III W / HETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoy an all night s ride I { II 11 W on beautiful Lake Erie . C &amp;amp; B Line Steamers are magnificent E ill 11 floating hotels with large comfortable staterooms , excellent dining IE ill 11 room service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancing on the HUE I great ship SEEANDBEE . * . * I llll I _^_^_________ AutoisB . ssvesdsy C &amp;amp; B Line WIT . Avoid miles and IE III ~^ ew , C ^ B Cleveland and W BuiTaIo Division E III 11 Triangle lour Etch wty , every night , leaving st 9 : 00 p . m ., siriving IE jjlll LeaveCleveland , eithet 7 : 30 » . m ., ( E . S . T . ) M » y Ut to November 15 th . I [ P ° ori ? e , Su 1 e Un |? e n 3 S Cleveland and Pt Stanley , Can ., Division || Hill most picturesque sec- Daily service , leaving Cleveland , 12 : 00 midnight , tr- In I ! ill 11 tionsofCanada . includ- nvi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

— ¦ ¦ ¦ 1 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ &amp;lt;¦ ¦¦ : LEGAL NOTICES : PROBATE NOTICE Estate of Barney Secondo , Deceased . The undersigned having- been ap . pointed Administrator of the Last Will and Testament of Barney Secondo . late of City of Joliet in the County . of Will and State of Illinois , deceased , hereby gives notice that he will appear before the Probate Court of Will County , at the . Court House in Joliet , at the September Term , on the first Monday in September next ( being the 2 nd day , of said month ) at which time air persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted Ail persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned . Dated this 24 th day of June A . D . 1929 . ¦ ; JOHN FORNANGO , -Administrator , as aforesaid , June 26 uly July 3-10 ; PROBATE NOTICE Estate of Charley Johnson ( Alias Charles Fahrner ) , Deceased . , The- undersigned having been ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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GROWING CHICKS REQUIRE PROTEINJ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

GROWING CHICKS REQUIRE PROTEINJ TOTOY Larger Amounts Given First , and Gradually Decreased . * Increase in muscle and nerve tissue and the total weight of growing chicks , is largely due to the protein content of the feed ration , said Prof . G . F . Heuser , nt the Cornell university at Ithaca , N . Y . Chicks grow rapidly In the beginr ning . During the first month they have the fastest growth , and after the second niontli the rate of growth be : gins to decrease until the time of maturity . Since protein Is needed for growth larger amounts should be fed nt first , nnd less as the vchicks grow older . . According , to Professor Heuser , the experiments at Cornell show that certain amounts of protein are best for chicks nt different ages and that feeding more than these amounts will not give greater growth , but that feeding less than these amounts-is npt to result In decreased growth . These experiments slioir that the best amount of protein in the feed for chicks from one to six...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Supreme Court Upholds Order on Grain Rates [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Supreme Court Upholds Order on Grain Rates Washington .- —The order of the interstate commerce commission directing the Atchison , Topeka and Snnta Fe railway , the Chicago , Hock Island and Pacific railroad and the Missouri Pacific railroad to cancel their proposed higher rates on grain from the grain fields to Wichita , Kan ., or Kansas City , Mo ., and intended for further shipment to Gulfports for export , was upheld by the United States Supreme • court and the dispute , which originated about a year ago , was ended . Tlie commission s order had found the higher rates proposed by these carriers were unreasonable and in excess of local rates applicable for coi--respondlng portions of through movements to the Gulf ports . &amp;lt; - - v ¦ -., First Air Commutation Tickets - Boston . —The first airplane commutation tickets have been issued for use between Boston and New York .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
INTERNATIONAL BANK TO HANDLE WAR DEBT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

INTERNATIONAL BANK TO HANDLE WAR DEBT Seven Nations Sign Pact on German Reparations . vvun tne signing or tne loung plan for German reparations payments this problem ^ which has vexed the worl d for ten years , Is to be taken over by a ; great international bank , devised by the finance experts . •¦ This bank is to have a capital of $ 100 , 000 , 000 , of which . $ 23 , 000 , 000 will be paid in at once by the seven Interested nations—Great Britain , France , Germany , Italy , Belgium and Japan and private hanking interests of the United States . The hank , which will be a sort of world federal reserve system , will link all the banks of issue of the creditor nations and is expected to wield tremendous powers in the financial affairs of the world and in behalf of peace . Paris . —The final solution of war problems and tlie allied evacuation of the Rhinelnnd moved a step nearer when the delegates of the seven Interested powers signed the report drafted by the international financial ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SUMMER CARE OF ' 1 THE SHEEP FLOCK [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

SUMMER CARE OF 1 THE SHEEP FLOCK l ^ LIVE Js &amp;amp; STOCli Blowfly Is One of Most Persistent Trouble Makers . Witli tlie coming of warm , pleasant weather wc also have certain peststo combat and tlie blowfly Is one of the ! most persistent trouble makers in the good old summer time ,, says u writer . in the Missouri Fanner . : As a pro &amp;gt; ventive use some good healing remedy on the shear cuts . Sheep dip . is good , add a little pine tar to keep flies awiiy . In docking tlie late lambs one must ; ob &amp;amp; ene them closely for blowflies . The wool should be kept clean and clipped closely fiom the rear end of the . sheep during liy time . Should you find maggots developed : on the sheep some gasoline poured onthe spot will rout them , quickand not cause the wool to f . ill out . Sheep ( tip is also good but if you get too strongf a mixture tlie wool will slip and tlie . skin be blistered . Follow up the treatment with a little pine tar to ,, avoid a second att...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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