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TIMES-NEWS FARM PAGE t ' Ke Large Crowd Attends Brooker Farm Sales Demonstration scene was shot in the dlsp)ay room of the Brooker Farm Sales Tuesday durlnq a demonstra- el, of Massey-Harris, New Idea and Case farminq equTGmenf. r f .t i If Looks Like Lunch Time A+ Demonstration HAVE GOOD SUPPLY OF VEGETABLE SEEDS Because many of the vegetable seeds used in the United States are normally imrrted from Eu- rope and Africa, a national sur- vey has been conducted to gee if there is a sufficient supply for 1941 garden planting. Chester C. Davis, member of the national defense advisory com- mission, reportz stocks of 36 vege- table seeds were found to be small- er than those of a year ago, while 14 seed stocks slowed an increase over a year ago. The total stock is sufficient. It was the first such ] Oats prevent bloat, according to i sdrvey in 21 years, a Woodford County Farm bureau I I j report. Some feeders report when EJECFED FARMERS ) .teers get a full feed of corn along GET JOB PREFERENCE )with a generous allowance of Members of farm zamilies forc-treen colored, leafy alfalfa hay, ied off the land by defense projects i there is sometimes trouble from such as the new powder plant at  bloat unless one or two quarts of Wilmington will be given priority oats daily per steer are included for construction jobs on defense m the ration. Thi is a good way projects, according to a recom- to use surplus oats. mendation by the agricultural di-[ vision accepted by the labor divi- I sion of the na'cional defense advis- The 1940 census of agriculture ory committee, shows 213439 farms for the state Workers in rural areas are be-jo f Illinois, totaling 31,032,572 ac- ing aavised to register with the c d with 214497 United States employment service res as .ompare if they are entitled to this prefer-]farms in 1930 totaling 30,695,339 ence. J acres. Notwithstanding curtailed l acreage, more corn was harvested A soil conservation district for ' in Illinois during 1940 than in 1930, Peoria county was the subject of a I hearing at Elmwcod city hall Sat- ] by some 160.600,000 bushtl. Av- urday, held by the state soil con-terage acreage per farm is given zervation distric[ board. A vote, as 145.4 acres. The number of to form such a district will be held cattle on our farms has increased if the state board reports suffi- from 1,964,274 in 1930 to 2,455,- cient interest in the subject. 381 in 1940. i ir CLOSING-OUT SALE 4Fz miles northwest of Mount Pulaski, Illinois, on THURSDAY, FEB. 13 10:30 A. M. 2 HORSES.. II CATTLE, and IMPLEMENTS Lunch Served on fhe qrounds. TERMS OF SALE:CASH Donald Wm Snyder, COL. WOLPERT: Auctioneer Owner i HAVE YOUR ,.unch hour. was another important part of the demonstration af +he Di I three-year terms for directors, Jr rectors t terms of one-third of the board expiring each year. ld M ti The directors are as follows: ee ng !s W. McGrath, Lincoln, B. H. e ,4 annual busine meeting of iKeck, Mount Pulaski, Alvin Ahr- y gun County Fair Associa-!erm Lincoln, for three year term; : Olas held in e Fat'm Bureau *. .............. :" in "  ...... uxt Le, l-tarTourg, arrett Lncom honaay evening Ro t -0 27 when re- " . ' gers, Atlanta, Wilbur Layman, :iO. nine direcrtf.sP'el=::; gust Lincoln, for two years; John Dan- " vs -- - - "  :a her, Athens Charles M Colburn were amenaea to roviae .' ' -- -- " .....  }Beason, ancl Pred J. Lanterman, '/' I + 8! " e ! Lincoln, for one ye&r. .Soft_emit :. - t George Meister of Mount Pu- a-, ;old 5y,p.forns ,!laski' who had served as presi- :2quid or 666 Tablet With 666 ! dent for two years, asked to be  e. ,,T o r ......... relieved of board duhes on ac - -.  ..O.. "-."'.'t. t;eu,erasly ' " #es cold symptoms the first i count of other business and Wil- 8 ""- ---Adv. bur Layman was named president. ;add FRE OIL 5 Gallon Every Week Ask Us ALE BILLS and ADV'ERTISING Printed By The MOUNT .PULASKI TIMES NEWS BONDED GAS and OIL JO4 BETTER CHEAPER "It Reaches the Farmer" i BROWN'S SERVICE STATION