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JANUARY 28, 1941 THE MOUNT PUI IIENEW, MOUNT P ILLINO. PAGE TIMES-NEWS FARM PAGE Marketlns tes 3 Profit Growers farmers who sold wool! in 1940 netted an of 3.66 cents more per roughage feeds and pastures. FSH Pigs Ned Protein and A[fa[fa l "Such shifts in production need i not reduce the amount of animal At present prices of corn and I products available for consump- i other feeds, it is very profitable to *. is fully equal to linseed meal as a i tion by the people in the United balance the rations for fall pigs lpart of the famous trio mixture lStates. Reduction in hog produc- with sufficient protein so that they for winter feeding. Thus, this mix- :, tion in the corn belt will largely thrive and gain rpidiy. For this ture now commonly is tankage, *ibe offset by increased production Co-operative Elevator Company, its elevator plant being located on the Springfield divison of tl Illi- nois Central railroad, two miles northeast of Mount Pulaski, was held in the city hall at 2 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 18. than growers who sold i purpose tankage is the usual i soybean meal, and alfalfa meal, ! of hogs in the cotton and tobacco The following directors were el- locally, according to S. choice. Even soybean-meal enthu-12:1:1, and it is self-fed to fall pigs growing regions," Carroll said. . . director of livp-tnrte siasts may well include some!i or fattening hogs which have a Spreading of limestone, seeding acted to serve during 1941. Carl with the Illinois Agri- tankage along with their favorite full feed of corn. Salt seems to be i of legumes and grasses and pas- Schmdt, Clifford Aughenbaug , Association I soybean meal for winter feeding, i the only mineral which is helpful iture improvement are three of tAlvin Geyer, Louis E. schafer. At average price for wool at &apos; m the opmton of E. T. Robbms, i along w,th this rattan. The alfal- five practmes being mphasmed I the business ses.lon immediately country ,points for April, i livestck extension specialist of ira meal often is omitted if god tin Illinois to enable farmers to ob-/after ' the following officers were e and July was 29 5 cents I the University of Illinois. Exper- i green leafy whole alfalfa hay is I tain more conservation of their I elected" Elmer Tomlinson, presi- [rades as comparecl with iments indicate that soybean meal self-fed in a rack under shelter, physical and human resources. ] dent" Herbert Schaffenacker, vice- nts, the average net price How to Figure a Protein Mixture for Hogs The iother Pr?ntcmeSfaZn_tree |president; William H. Lembach, ers who pooled wool, Mr. Protein Price Price Lb of Lira. of Cost I pian ng ana co our g" secretary and treasurer. . said The top price re- % per ton per c. feed protein of feed i The tendency of the AA farm The company paid a 5 per cen by cooperators was 41.5 Alfalfa meal ........ 15 26.50 1.33 100 15 1:33 program to encourage the reduc-Idividend for the past year. for three-eights and quax-Soybean meal ...... 44 30.00 1.50 I00 44 1.50 ................................... d wool Tankage .......... 60 $45.00 $2.25 200 120 $4.50 tion in acreages of such cash! ...... ,.: ,, crops as corn and wheat and in- !0, in Mler the cooperative market- Totals 400 179 $7.33 creased acreages of such soil- We Are A Del in Iilan, growers received an ad-' Divided by 4 equals 100 45 1.83 building legumes as alfalfa and Gracela for wool on delivery. A fin- Cost per lb. of protein is $1.38 divided by 45 equals .041 clovers is also an important fac- Walgreen Store tyment was made when the tor in contributing to more grass - was graded and sold. A im- i " :and roughage, Carroll said. Visit Us %Vhen in Lincoln plan is being prepared to!erations which form explosive club's program of safety educa-i . o. e the 1941 Illinom wool crop. i mLxtures with the air. All that m ] tmn among children of grade  COUNTRY ELEVATOR CO. [ Ml'vnine years of cooperative :needed to set off the explosion is :school age. In connection with HELD ON JAN. 18 FEUERBACHER'S *Y :)!aarketing in nlinois, cooper- a spark or flame such as a match, i the posters, supplementary lesson t The annual meetin= of stock- Lincoln -- Pulasid St. v, v have annually averaged two ilamp, stove, heater, pipe, cigar-isheets are also sent which give l ....... f "e WomliLon Sidin  E z a. r a und mor [ .  . . . i notuer u ix, . '- pe e for wool than i ette, a metallic spark, or an teachers additional material for [ r Qoay w. ri .... i ..... I ....... , 1 -  p ces at country posts, l eleotric or a static spark. Rubbmg instructing their pupils m sound I! ra no ,lition to this advantage re- ! of the fabric in cleaning, causes ! pedestrian habits T h e lesson t | e ftmerSl , . -  ' 1 i " i ! mdicate that cooperative static spar.ks. If it is necessary to sheets are divided into three age | ...................  .........    <, '. grve / ma " " ! I : ::i : : :: / : .. _., rketmg has ra,sed the do dry cleaning at home, a non- groups and each contains ques-t| i! = :  ilia8 W . . i . . i < p : ;: ! of wool as much as flV flammable lulmd should be used. tions and answers, suggestions I : : I i :: per pound each year. There m no room for those who for supplementary reading and i|  I take a chance with careless use isafety problTm. ,I ..... All In the of flammble liquids. To their ev- erlasting sorrow the 'Wheel of i You Use It Chance" will catch up with them Fewer Hogs and if they insist on gambling. Use of '2iquld dyna- M C ttl in the form of gasoline or WATCH FOR TURNING CARS I OT  still takes a toll of scv- This warning is the theme of  Fewer hogs and more cattle and lives each year and the January safety poster now be-!sheep will likely be seen on Illi- loss of many millions of ing distributed raong 39,000 ele-!nois farms in the future. NewslPers throughout mentary schools "n Illinois and i Conservation farming is the contain stories of lives Indiana by the safety and traffiC  reason for this prediction by W. property destroyed a a re- demrtment of the Chicago Motor E. Carroll, head of the aniavml attempts to start or revive club. The poster is the fourth in', hn,hndv enrtment of the Uni- with gasoline or kerosene. ,, ' ..... a ..... the sexes of the year called Fac- v r " " Illinois Colle-e of Ag _  e racy oz s " this procedure is mg and Avoidin Daner" .. -  " I riculture. There is grave danger 2ke =tersog 2 :rtdt:nbabO:: 1 ' Carroll explains that the plant- from the burning liquids bl I ignition of the explosive ground. Both boy and glrl are ! inn of more grasses and legumes fonmed in the pipes and shown in black and gray stand- in connection with Illinois' em- of the stove or in the unfilled inn on the curb, waiting for the i phasis on soil conservation con- of the liquid container, turning car, and the danger spot fronts the farmer with the prob- er try to start or revive a fire just off the curb, indicated by a ! lem of utilizing more roughage gasoline or kerosene. Use pa- circle, is pictured in vivid red. I feed. This means a shift in live- corn hucks, or fine cut wood- stock production from classes re- quiring large amounts of grain to those which constrain more rough- age. However, Carroll explains that this shift will not be difficult for uccessful livestock farmers. Illi- nois farmers are already in the process of increasing their herds of breeding beef cattle and flocks of sheep to consume the increased | Epidemic of Cold Symptoms 666 Liquid or 666 Tablets with 666 Salve or 666 Nose Drops generally relieves cold symptoms the first day. . --Adv. Better safe than sorry. "Danger of turning cars is one not enjoy feeling the of the greatest of all menaces to burned off you and your tpedestrians,, regardless of their lane," Charles M. Hayes, president heaters, stoves, Io f the motor club, points out. brooders, and lanterns "Ev n " . e omer persons on foot who never be filled while burn-!-tactic " " " p e sate wmmng habits fre- should be extinguished by quently forget to be alert for of turning down the i bzrning cars which, ff moving in and blowing over the top of'the me direction as the pedes- Lighted oil heaters, 'triam, aRIEoach him from the side stoves, or lamps should and - - be overheated and mhmild be .. rear. A g rea many camlal- safelv away from ,o,o !ues occur each year under these furnish,. Brooder, shomd l .....  i, " Ioca*--- I e sending of safety posters to ....... an laolated ..... = sch -- i should never be used in a I OOla in the two states each: or barn. The flame should month is a mainstay in the motor be allowed to burn at full not clean indoors with gasp- benzine and other flammable volatile liquids. Vapors axe' off during the cleaning ON>- "$1.OO to $3.00 PAID FOR DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" (exact price depending on size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Hocjs BETTER BUY BONDED FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Mount Pulaski Theatre NONE BETTER -- MANY NOT AS GOOD HIGH OCTANE G-gal. BONDED ETHYL 6AS $i.05 STARTING AT 10:30 A. M. WHITE _ REGULAR All Purpose KEROSENE 1Oc C.F. SOHAFER HDW. 00. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS "BEST BUY IS BONDED" AT BROWN'S Rendering & Fertilizer Company Lincoln, Illinois