The Press: Rural Digestion

Now that the U. S. farmer has his automobile, his radio, his Scientific Methods, his marketing society and his political problems, he can be said to have become that standard U. S. product, a Busy Man. To save time for him something new in farm magazines has been invented. Monthly at Rochester, N. Y., there used to be published Rural Life & Farm Stock Journal. In its place there now is published The Rural Digest, a 32-pager, conceived, conscribed, composed and cut after the fashion of TIME, the Newsmagazine. The object: to boil down to terse paragraphs of restatement or selective...

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