Farm Journal 1925-06
"The Youngest Rough-Rider" is a farm boy trying to stay seated on a bucking calf, as the dog scurries to get out of the way. The Orange sun background is possibly a humorous reference to the covers from SHORT STORIES, which featured that symbol, and specialized in adventure stories. Content: "Tehelgraph Auctions for Perishables,""Crop Plants and Soil-Soup," by A. B. Ross, and "Can Herbert Hoover Kidnap Agriculture?"
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