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ILLINOIS FARMERS LOOK WITH FAVOR ON FARM BOARD NEW MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

ILLINOIS FARMERS LOOK WITH FAVOR ON FARM BOARD NEW MEMBERS Favorable Comment Received on President Hoovers Appointments . Favorable , comment from Illinois ! farmers on President Hoover s appointment to the Federal Farm Board is coming in at headquarters of the Illinois Agncultural Association in Chi- t cago , according to a statement received by the Will County Farm Bureau . ; . Perhaps the best known member of , lJ the Boai d selected to date in Illinois is C . B . Denman of . Fairington , Mo ., president of the National Live Stock /* Producers Association . Mr . Denman haS -attended and spoken before a number of annual conventions of the MLnoisfAgncultuial Association , and in- > addition has addressed district gatherings of live stock growers throughout- ^ Illinois . Illinois farmers have confi- % dence in Denman who is known ) as a « i . aggressi \ e , level-hi \ ided Exponent (> f > co-operative li \ e stock marketing . All ; other members- sel...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HARD TO PICK ACES - -- " : IN FARM BUREAU FIGHT / •& FOR BASEBALL HONORS ¦ ' ' > M [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

HARD TO PICK ACES - -- : IN FARM BUREAU FIGHT / •& FOR BASEBALL HONORS ¦ > M No inkling as to the outcome of thef-i ? championship race in the Illinois-Farm J Bureau Baseball League is yet obtain-tif able , for at least eight teams have wdiS all ; , or , ; , nearly all their games and are in line for divisional championshi p s ^ ^ announces the Illinois Agricultural ^ As ^ u . sqeiation . t _ ,, ^ V- ^ . tl ^ iMarshall-Putn am , - and f < fcTazeWMli | i P < Snpions * in ^ - 927 , VnatSfl 9 ^? r ^ W tiveiy , are tied for first place in DlyJ vl III . McDonough and Henderson l ln » $ Div . IV , Henry in Div . II , Cass , arid ^ Greene in Div . VI , and McLean and & Logan in Div . V , are all well up ihs the fight . None has lost more than one 3 game this season . McDonough , Henry ; and / bass counties have clear records , ^ whereas , McLean and Logan have lostjj only one game each . Greene county , * ; won the only official game...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ILLINOIS MEN WILL ATTEND CO-OP . INSTITUTE AT BATON ROUGE , LOUISIANA , JULY 29 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

ILLINOIS MEN WILL ATTEND CO-OP . INSTITUTE AT BATON ROUGE , LOUISIANA , JULY 29 Illinois will be well represented at the fifth annual session of th Amerl-v can Institute of Co-operation , July 1 29 , to August 24 , Baton Rouge , Louisiana . Ray E . Miller , director of live stock marketing for the I . A . A . and possibly other staff members will attend . A - number of Illinois county advisers , co-op . managers , and members have in dicated their desire to take the shorl course offered and hear lectures anl discussions regarding late developments in this field . Geo . R . Wicker ok Chicago , former director of business service for the I . A . . A ., Is one of the trustees of the Institute . / C . C . Mast , manager of the Adams County Shipping Association , will appear on the program August 6 to discuss the local handling of live stock . D . N . Geyer of the Pure Milk Association , ¦ J . D . Harper of the : National Live Stock Producers Association , Dave Thompson of Radio Station ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

- .. V -I . ! ,.- ,. -- ^ --j ^^ jV-- ^ 4 ,,. Ill Frio . $ 1 . 25 III 1 ^ I - * ----- > M—________________________^_ 3 H - • ¦ . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ Price $ 125 I

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WORLBI & ANK CREDIT VM ^ ES EXPLAINED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

WORLBI & ANK CREDIT VM ^ ES EXPLAINED _ \ rw r ^ llv -t < _ . _ Lamon ^ S atement Cites Its . . . Neew in Reparations . ) r ; : & m , / r • Washln ^& ^ Continuing stability of tlieVJworla ; credit situation demands the ^ t ^ l ^ w icllich will be created b ^ ttiej ^^ l of international settlenientH ^ P ^ OT : ed - ; by the reparations -expjBrtf §| ttii . ris , Thomas W . Lamont . saId ; tsJn ^^ M ptement Issued through the > AnTffiw | ^ section of the InternntignalfiC ^^ Sr of Commerce . ; ^^ lia ^ ra isStdtemcnt Is published in > lW ^^^» nt number of Worl d . Trad ^^^» Bbial journal of the Inte ^ rnario ^^ TOamber . - He says : ^ . [ LIln ^ EMHmany other institutions wh ldf ^^^^ w ^ time , have become famlllari ^^^ S ^ JuV . finance , the bank 6 f . ! : int ^^^^ al : ^ settlements had its ilncepfi ^^^ Phey need / fo r an organl- . sa tton | M ^ m ^ 6 uId perform a specific mffiB > nnd ^^ afet-j ) f- fun...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SANDINO TO MEXICO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

SANDINO TO MEXICO VKS & W - ^ Auflji stlno Sandino . Mexico ;« ^ ity . —Augustino Sandino , former 7 Nrcirkguan rebel leader , has been graniSdtrefuge by the Mexican departmentfpr the interior ,, which announcedithatlhe planned to reside in Yucatan :- ; * -, M - L : < & $ ¦ ¦ - -

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

§ • THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW 4 - \ J . P . HARDEN , Editor - •;„ Published in the Interest of ^ the ftmtr Wri ; Avenue and Chicago Street , JoUet , Ullnofa v Telephone Wit AD vnsoticlted articles ,, manuscripts , letters and pictures sent-to . Tbe . Itamete * Weakly Review ere sent at the owner s risk and the publishers express !/ repudiate any ll & blBty or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertising * ru 1 be run until ordered out . : . - Bntemd as second class mail matter at the post office at JoBot , I 1 L , under Act el Congress , March 3 , 1871 . - ¦ - ; . t . ¦

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ Electro Magnet Now >; Used to Milk Cows [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

^ Electro Magnet Now >; Used to Milk Cows In Albany , N . Y „ where ] > e was < ,. born more than 130 years ago , there . was unveiled the other day a statue ; * ¦ of Joseph Henry , discoverer of the . electro magnet . The statue depicts -Professor Henry examining an elec- / tro magnet , the principles and workMugs of which were discovered by him • In a room of the Albany Academy , in front of which the statue stands . . < Many of modern industry s most . important tasks are possible of per- formance only because of Henry s dis covery of the electro magnetic force . The most recent application of the electro magnetic force is reported by the DeLaval Engineering Laboratories , which have harnessed the electro magnetic force to achieve uniform milking of cows—a goal sought by scientists for over 20 years . This is accomplished by means an udder pulsator and controlled from a pulso pump by magnetic force . Tills simple and inexpensive method ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HOME COOKED MEALS ON ROAD ASSURED BY PRESSURE COOKER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

HOME COOKED MEALS ON ROAD ASSURED BY PRESSURE COOKER Modern Gypsies in Motors Collect Their Food as They Go Along . I The gypsies are with us again 1 Not swarthy vagabonds ambling along Kin caravans but a host of happy pleasure seekers touring the country in mod ; Bern automobiles . Like the gypsies , they are carefree , for they will pitch their jtents for the night where fancy strikes them or will seek out one of the „ comfortable tourists camps that have been provided for them . In food , too , they . will resemble the old-time nomads , collecting it as fthey go along , only In place of the blackened soup cauldron , today they take ^ . the family pressure cooker along with them and serve the family as well- < , copked and well-balanced meals as if at home . „ Every mother of small children will toll you that they often suffer // . while on trips because of the change of food and the tendency to eat irregular , insufficient meals and to fill up on a lot of sweet things ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Inventions and Discoveries Have Not Minimized Reality and Presence of God ~ . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

Inventions and Discoveries Have Not Minimized Reality and Presence of God ~ . By REV . W . HAROLD ^ WEIGLE , Jr ., New York . In spite of what the pessimists of today maintain , it is possible to ¦ live a usual life in an unusual way . It is astonishing how hungry the huL xuan heart is today for things spiritual , and this applies to the person living in the slums and . hack streets as well as to those Hying on Park ave--ivue . • ; -, •¦ >¦¦ ¦ While there are many disturbing factors in our national life yet this is not an irreligious age . The prolific birth of new cults-is an evidence that people are very conscious of their need for God . ( The great inventions and discoveries in this generation do not in the least minimize the reality and presence of God . We must study down to the spiritual depths in which God alone can be found . And this is not a closed secret . God can be found by any heart which diligently seeks Him . But we must seek and accept . The church . toda...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
VITAMINSSAVEDIN j PflESSWDQKER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

VITAMINSSAVEDIN j PflESSWDQKER . Several Vegetables Can Be V . Cooked Together Without I Mixing Flavors . The rush of 49 . when gold was dis- ¦ covered In California is nothing com- •} pared to the housewives scurry for vltamlnes for their families now that : ^ scientists have discovered that these . precious nuggets of health are hidden ^ . . away in different kinds of foods . £ _ - Vltamlnes A and B arent so hard £ , to find . Tliere s plenty of . A to be < found In butter , milk , eggs , ice cream , Vend vltamine B is found in these « , foods , too , and also in navy beans , carrots , turnips and onions after all the mineral salts and vitamines have been killed . The two ways of . preventing this wholesale slaughter of vitamines , especially vitomine C , are to serve one raw food a day and to cook all vegetables in a pressure cooker . This means that they are cooked without water , In their natural juices , none of which can escape . Best of all , it has been scientifi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
8 IDOYOU EAT YOUR VEGETABLES-1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

8 IDOYOU EAT YOUR VEGETABLES-1 ? : LONG C 001 UNG Kim VlTAMin ^ C \ HOUSEHOLD SCHNCE INSTITUTE — . ^—— ^^ — ^ ___ _______ ^ raw cabbage , turnips . and liver . But V vitamine C Is the alusive one , and one f- ^ of the most important , too , because it f . is essential to good health , and espe- « > ially prevents scurvy which is apt to ? £ foe prevalent among children not get- \ ting a balanced diet . f \ , There are plenty of fruits and veg- *¦ etables which abound in this neces- ? j sary vitamine , but it has been found ^ . , to be tlie one most easily destroyed by ;* , cooking . It Is useless to give your . , K family plenty of spinach , cabbage , less time in the kitchen , and the saving in fuel is considerable . Several vegetables can be cooked in the pressure cooker at one time and the flavors will not mix . Moreover , the flavor in vegetables so cooked is so much improved that there will be no difficulty in persuading each member of the family to eat his full quota...

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 — 10 July 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
NOTICE OF CROP FIELD MEETING AT DE KALB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

NOTICE OF CROP FIELD MEETING AT DE KALB ¦ The . annual crop field meeting will be held at DeKalb , Wednesday , July 17 . The meeting wilj-start at 1 P . M . sharp / The program will be over early enough so that anyone from -Will County who cares to attend the meeting can- leave DeKalb by . 3 : 30 or 4 o clock . trodnceu ny Senator Henry M . Dunlap ; Savoy . There has been some confusion in the minds of the public as to the speed : limit , defined by this statute . The above statement is correct . . . ;¦ - ¦ . - . • Sixty-seven , per cent of the area of Illinois Is underlaid with coal of such variety asto fill , every fuel . need , Edward ; A . Weick , secretary and manager of the miners and operators . Illinois Coal Sales : association ,:, said in thefirst Issue of Illinois Coal News published to encourage home consumption of home-produced coal . The house bill appropriating $ 9 , 304 .- 78 to pay the attorney fees In several election contests in the lower branch of the assembly , w...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RECORDS UNCOVER TIN MEASURING CUP THAT . COST FARMER $ 32 MO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

RECORDS UNCOVER TIN MEASURING CUP THAT . COST FARMER $ 32 MO WILL COUNTY FARM BUREAU ( Continued from Page One ) How a tin measuring cup cost a McLean county dairyman $ 32 a month in extra feed before it was discovered in a checkup of his feeding methods is related in a- recent report made to the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois ; . . by ; . Glenn Vandeberg , tester in the McLean County No . 1 Dairy Herd Improvement Association of which the dairyman was a- member . A comparison between the estimated amount of feed and the amount actually fed during one month showed that the herd of 70 cows got 16 per cent , or 2 , 000-pounds ,- more of the grain mixture than was ( needed to keep up their jjroduction . This extra ton of feed represented an increase feed , cost of ? 32 . Investigation revealed that the tin cup used in measuring the feed held approximately one pound but when used by a generous feeder evidently held about 19 ounces , .. which caused the increased feed cos...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS For the benefit of Farm Bureau members who are being supplied by the AVill County Farm Supply - Company , wejire inserting sections 7 and 13 of the Motor Fuel : Tax law covering tax on gasoline you may have on the premises on August 1 and reimbursements . Two years ago the farmers took advantage of the opportunity to fill up their storage tanks prior to August 1 in order to avoid the tax . No doubt there will be a good many farmers who are planning to do so again , this year . ; However the Will County Farm Supply Company will assume no . liability for those who care tor do this . Every man should use his own judgment . SECTION 7 . PAYMENTS BY PERSONS OTHER THAN DISTRIBUTORS . Any person not a distributor who , on August 1 , 1929 , has in his possession any motor fuel other than that contained in the ordinary fuel tank attached to a motor vehicle , on account of which no collection ! or payment has been made , shall within ten days thereafter make a return ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BWrAINMAYllAW 1 RHINELAND COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

BWrAINMAYllAW 1 RHINELAND COUNTRY Evacuation Believed Plan at an Early Date . London . —A speedy evacuation of the Rhinelahd ¦ by Great Britain , whether France and Belgium Withdraw their troops or not , seems , en : visaged by orders transmitted to the Rhine army headquarters at Wiesbaden ordering the abandonment of the regular summer maneuvers . The evacuation , mooted for some time , is understood likely to occur soon , and when it was learned the troops were ordered not to go under canvas for the regular summer training which has been part of the army of occupation s regular , program for more than ten years that they have beeen stationed In thr- Rhlnelnnd ., It was Immediately considered the government s plans for withdrawing the soldiers was far advanced . An attempt will he made , It is said , to set a record for speed and thorough ness in accomplishing the evacuation . An enormous amount .-of work is involved . In . Wiesbaden alone the contents of more than 1 . 000 buildinas...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TIMELY HINTS ON . „ ' " ^ REfAllINtPCATTLE FOR EXHIBITION RING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929

TIMELY HINTS ON . „ ^ REfAllINtPCATTLE FOR EXHIBITION RING - Out of the tan bark ; arena the blue bloods ; step ,. , a blue--. ribbon fluttering from a halter . A red one here , a white one 1 there . - The judgCs have rendered their decision . There is a bizz , buzz from the spectators , discussing the awards . This is a , scene soon to be enacted in every quarter of the country from the j little country fair to the big national shows . Two months ahead of show time is none too soon to start and -the ; show season usually starts around the first of September . Now is the time to begin looking oVer your show prospects . If you have any good ones in : your herd , that you . are especially / : proud of , why not consider entering them in your local fair this , fall . . ;¦» , In selecting the animals for the show ring remember that the cow shouU ] be wedge- shaped throughout . Viewed from the side , this imaginary wedge starts at the head and widens to the rear , with a deep barrel and ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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