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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Selling Drain Tile Direct Manufacturer to Farmer !] Price List F . O . B . in Carloads at Kankakee , Illinois 3-inch , $ 18 per 1000 feet . 4-inch , 18 per 1000 feet , 5-inch , 25 per 1000 feet . 6-inch , 35 per 1000 feet . 7-inch , 45 per 1000 feet . 8-inch , . .. 55 per 1000 feet . 10-inch , 95 per 1000 feet . : 12-inch , 120 per 1000 feet . The Kankakee tile &amp; I Brick CoInc . Under the Laws of Illinois in 1884 . Hae more : feet of dxainJtile at work in the farm | lands of Illinois than any other factory in eistence . Write Us for Prices Delivered at Your Railroad Station . the Quality of Our Tile Is Al . You Will Be Pleased With Them . the Kankakee Tile &amp; Brick Co . KANKAKEE , ILL . v i
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
„ , „ „ . „ , ^ HJ ¦¦ _ ,. — - * . CQRDTTRES SPECIAL PRICKS SOxSH Cort — -..- _ . — ... » 6 . 16 81 x 4 Overs !*© Cord ... _— -. _ 11 . 75 S 2 x 4 Oversize Cord „ — 11 . 45 88 x 4 Overabe Cord :. 17 . 25 84 x 4 Oversize Cord ..... 18 . t 5 5 Gal . Enarco Motor OU _— 8 . 85 6 Gal . Supreme Motor OH ~ 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United States Tire Dealer Sit CASS ST . PHONE 4902 5 IUCAL B , u RIAL are VAULTS properly , con SOVCtCfl wCaT . pCpuUBflUC 0 ^ aad pemebon , not tempor YCHJR UNDERTAKER IS OUR AGENT ANYTHING IN OONCRHTTB IDEAL CONCRETE COMPANY , Inc . ROWELL AVENUE—Oppodta Michigan Beach OIUIBBT OOOTBR , M * T . JOHN O . SKNOBNBKOOKB , Asst . Mgr Phot * 790 — d « 6 . £ || g |||| gSE £ g | IBBBBplPBi ^^ W - , c ¦* a i r - ^ --- ^ . ^ SM ^ Bmlskt ^^^^ t ^^ K &amp; M V &gt; y ^ ^ f ^ y ^ £ ^ MjM ^ j -. ^ ¦ ^^^^ . ¦ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniim While You Live You have planned a Trusteeship for y...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
SUPREME Radiator Body Co . BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REP AIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J ¦¦¦¦¦¦ nB ^ HBaHHBaHKB JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY TELEPHONE 4824 619 E . Clinton Street Joliet , Illinois .- ^ FOl ^ ALE ^ BI Accredited dairy cows , ready H H to co into any herd withoutEM testing , Heavy Springers , HoiBJ steins , Gusnassysv ete .- ^ H After looking them over H yon wul be svrprftwd to find H onr cattle priced very reason . Nothing sold under qoaran . tine . TONY MBSSMAN J Joliet , BL Phono S 6 W-T-4 J FA ULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive ¦ We are Hydraulic and Mechanical Brake Experts . See ns it year - brakes dont hold . We use an all-weatfaer lining JOLIET AITO BRAKE CO The Home ot Better Brakes ** SOS N . Joliet St .. PHONE 4 CM BBasMBMHBSlllMBaBMBslBBl PAPESH CASH GROCERY and MARKET High Quality Groceries and Meats , Fruits and Vegetables in Season 1101 N . Hickory Street Near Ruby St Phone S 227 Ithe Old Poultryman s Calendar Send d...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
•/ SEE THE NEW , v ¦ • FRESHMANMASTERPIECERADIO SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 (SBRSSiSfi ) HaWsSssssics ^ feaSsM MBs ^ B Joliet , Illinois DONAHOE MOTOR COMPANY 639 CASS STREET JOLIET ANY SIZE CAR WASH $ 1 . 65 WE CHANGE OIL For Four-Cylinder Cars , 5 qts . 90 c For SucrCylinder Cars , 7 qts . $ 1 . 25 Smtonhdng Our Specialty Polishing , Top Dressing , and Greasing j USED RADIOS $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Else To Buy ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly West side of St . Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 ——•^^———^————— ¦ »¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ m ii u ¦¦ ii ¦¦ ii i , S ^ HAVE PETE DO rr AI ITl lSEAT COVERS FlU I UPLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY . OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 ; ¦&gt;¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦! ? ^ j « i ; wVKHSp * 8 s ^» S 3 IWiii 3-l ^^ aH - : ^ K lr zSBS ^ US 2 B &amp; \ I ^ BSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I ¦ - • I T ^ ^^ ~ - ^^¦ SSBBBBBBBBS SBBSS ** .. - - ^ S ^^^^^ H dnd Mafling List Catalog Gives counts , and...
Dairy Marketing on WLS Station [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Dairy Marketing on WLS Station The-progress of co-operative dairy marketing in Illinois will be reviewed in a radio address by A . D . Lynch , dairy marketing director for the Illinois Agricultural Association , on the I . A . A . Forum program from station WLS , Chicago , Thursday , September 12 . The Forum program will be broadcas . between 6 : 30 and 7 : 00 p . m . central standard time . , Nearly all the successful co-operative dairy marketing progress in Illinois was made during the past eight years . . . Almost without exception the dairy cooperatives now doing business in Illinois were organized , and launched with the help of the County Farm B ^ esus iind the Illinois Agricultural Association Out of the turmoil which existed for , many years in the Chicago milk shed northern Illinois Farm Bureaus and . the I . A . A . finally selected the most able leadership in the district and organized the Pure Milk Association &gt; now serving the interests of Chicago ^ whole ^ m...
TARIFF BOOST URGED BY 12 FARM BODIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
TARIFF BOOST URGED BY 12 FARM BODIES Senate Asked to Raise Duty on Various Items . Washington . —With the tariff bill . now under consideration , and a long battle , certain over administrative provisions and rates , 12 leading farm and commodity organizations the past ¦ week forwarded a communication to members of the senate In which they criticized the bill as revised In the finance committee of a number of Important particulars . It Is declared that with respect to a considerable number of agricultural commodities , the duties are most inadequate . A list of the most important of the commodities on which higher rates are needed is included . Emphasis Is laid on the need for higher duties on animal , marine and vegetable oils and fats , and the raw materials from which these products are extracted . • A striking part of the communication is a demand for duties on those products of the Philippines in competition with American . agricultural products and a termination of the reclpro...
8 BURNED TO CRISP WHEN PLANE CRASHES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
8 BURNED TO CRISP WHEN PLANE CRASHES Liner Is Found Wrecked in New Mexico . Grants , N . M . —The wrecked Transcontinental Air Transport plane , City of San Francisco , which , had been missing with its eight passengers and crew since September 1 3 , was found on the side of Mount Taylor , sevenniiles from its summit and . 27 miles northwest of Grants . The charred bodies were unrecognizable , with the : exception of the one woman passenger . Identity of the others was made by dental work . The victims of the air tragedy were brought to Grants . The bodies . were carried on hand-borne litters to the : Palo Lobo forest ranger station ,, eleven miles from the scene of the crash , where ambulances awaited them . A coroner s jury returned a ; verdict that the . eight died as the result , of . an airplane accident . Members of , the jury yrere sworn in at the scene of the wreck . They viewed the bodies and the wreckage before the charred remains were removed from the plane . The , jury t...
Farni Bureau Picnic at Monee , Illinois [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Farni Bureau Picnic at Monee , Illinois On Wednesday , the 18 th of September , the Monee Fair-Association is making its first day Farm Bureau Day , and is inviting the Farm Bureau members from Will County and southern Cook County to bring their families and well-filled baskets to enjoy the day with them . There , willbe races , games , and horse shoe pitching for everyone in the morning and a good ball game in the afternoon . They are also bringing the WLS show boat and numerous other attractions to make the day one of real pleasure and enjoyment . Since Will County is ¦ so / large we need a number of such events to bring our people together so that we will become better acquainted with the members from other sections , all of whom are working together to build up this splendid organization . No elaborate program has been put on , but it is pjapned by the Eecutive Committee of thj Farm Bureau , should this type of picnic prove , popular , to rotate it each year . including Wheatlan...
AUGUST RECORD MONTH i ; . FOR AUTO INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
AUGUST RECORD MONTH i ; . FOR AUTO INSURANCE - . Nine hundred and ninety-one applications for auto insurance , the highest of any month- since the company was organized , were received by the Illinois ., Agricultural Mutual Insurance ^ Company in August reports the Illinois Agricultural Association . - . . The company has had a steady growth since it was first announced in January , 1927 . The number of policies Jn force is rapidly approaching the : l 7 , 000-. ; mark , while assets now exceed 1350 , 000 . % Agents of the company recently raised a fund to award prizes to the thiee highest applications signed during September . A $ 70 Hamilton watch , aS fountain pen and pencil set , and a fountain -pen will be given the first , second and third high men -respectively . The company will award a banner to the high ; county . Aran 03 . &gt; . ^ i
WILTON COMMUNITY HOLDS BIG MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
WILTON COMMUNITY HOLDS BIG MEETING A notable meeting was held recently in the Community Hall in Wilton Center , when over . 300 . people turned out to a program put . dni almost entirely by local people . ¦ . ¦; This meeting was in charge of Mrs . Chas . Lawrence and the program was both varied . and interesting . Wilton Township is rabidly taking the . lead ire Will . County as a commune ity , which is so organizing its social life as to give the greatest opportunity for expression to . every individual ; -. in the community . They have already been sufficiently far sighted and broad minded to build for themselves a fine hall and nowthey are going one step further by utilizing the political organization which they , already have to take definite steps in improving the social life of the township . - The new plan by which they are de veloping was first suggested to its people by Miss Lucy Helen Plerson of New , York . City , and its cardinal principles are-that each ^ household . , ...
U . S . ACCEPTS ROOT PLAN , STIMSON SAYS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
U . S . ACCEPTS ROOT PLAN , STIMSON SAYS Announces O . K . on Adherence to the World Court . Washington . — Acceptance of the Root formula for American adherence to the World Court was announced by Secretary of State Henry L . Stlmson . Mr . Stimson . said be believes that the amended , World Court protocol , which was approved by the rifembers of the International tribunal meets the objections set up by the American senate . He added that the protocol will- be submitted to the senate for ratification as soon as all the fifty odd members of the court bave ratified it Owing to the length of time usually necessary-for so large anumber of nations to act , - the better ^ part ^ of a year Is expected-, to- elapse before President Hoover , jputs : the VimestLnf III * wfiftrt *^ 7 lMM ^ ijBOTfnBffflfirrTn ^ lHi mBKBB S ^^ S ^ m &amp; S ^^^ - ^ K ^^ StWeJtime , Mr . Stimson reyeaiearthat on August 14 he dispatched a note to the secretary general of the League of Nations announcing t...
Baby B . eef Club Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Baby B . eef Club Notes , On Friday evening , August 30 , the 4-H Clubs held their monthly meeting at the Church school house . There were 50 . present at this meeting . The , Corn Club , under the leadership of Mr . Harold Patterson , hadcharge of the program . The -program ^ was opened with everyone- singing &gt; - twS songs . , , - - , * i ^ v I The Baby Beef Judging ,. team - tnaf went -to . STrbana ori August .- r 5 y /; t « ai about vtheV trip . ( Many / 4-fc ^ fc 3 $ i J ^ rsJrpijk-rWilU -Couriey * stayed at the Central States Fair this year . They all enjoyed their stay and told of , many Interesting things which they took part in . The Corn Club then sang a new song which they wrote . The name of it was The Peppy Corn Club . Mr . Braham , our farm adviser , was unable to be . present at this meeting .. Mr . Matter , our club leader , gave a very interesting talk . He told how many ribbons our county won at the fair . Will County 4-H Clubs received 41 ribbons from , ...
, ' ffijkBll & TY INSURANC & j . j . yi ^ lE ^^^ Ett ^ 'AUGi' 31 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
, ffijkBll &amp; TY INSURANC &amp; j . j . yi ^ lE ^^^ Ett ^ AUGi 31 ; Employers liability insurance service for Illinois farmers went into .- ^ effect ¦ Saturday noon , August 31 , according to an announcement received ] by the Will County Farm Bureau from the Illinois Agricultural Association today . A telegram to this effect was received from the state insurance department , Springfield , at I . A . A . headquarters . The new service protects the farm employer v against the common law liability for Injury or death to his hired help . It provides protection up to $ 5 , 000 for : personal injury or death to one person and wth that limit per person $ 10 , 000 for : any single accident . In addition , it protects the insured against court costsj lawyers ; fees , hospital bills , etc . The I . A . A . announced that 1 , 050 applications , for ; this form of insurance had been received by August 31 . Mclean county led . all othersl with 107 prospective policyholders . T...
SIX COWS QUALIFY FOR GOLD MEDALS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
SIX COWS QUALIFY FOR GOLD MEDALS Making swift work of it , six Illinois dairy cows already have won their way into the most select circle of the state s bivines by , qualifying for membership and the official gold medal of the Illinois 500-pound Butterfat cow club . . .. . -. ; The . standing of all entries at the end of the first seven , months shows these half dozen cows well out in the front of their rivals , according to C . Rhode , ; dairy extension specialist . In order to qualify , all . nominated cows must produce 500 or more pounds , of butterfat within the year . This is the fifth season for the project which the college ( started to demonstrate the ing and correct handling in getting ecmerits of good breeding , proper feedonomical and profitable yields in * milk and butterfat . ; .... A iiure bred Holstein cow owned by Maywood Farm , Hebron , which had qualified for membership at the end of the- first six months increased her butterfat poundage to 620 at the end of the se...
Hope to Complete "Old Ironsides' * Next Summer [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Hope to Complete Old Ironsides * Next Summer Boston , Mass . — -The National Save Old Ironsides committee is planning , to complete its campaign of raising funds , and during the present month will reach thousands of . people urging assistance financially ; : . also arrangements have been made for a national hook-up , of forty-two radio stations , featuring Old Ironsides - and sending the appeal through the air . The . work of rebuilding . is more than 68 per cent completed ; Oyer 15 , 000 ,- 000 school- children have contributed to the . funds . The committee plans to give the ., country next summer a full rigged sailing man-of-war , the only one of her , type in existence , a ship that will ; be able to-carry her lesson s of patriotism to the people—the old ship restored as she looked at the height of her career . . ,: Mayor , 7 Official . Killed Mexico City . —Eight village officials , including the mayor , of Telepme Coixtlahuaca In the state of Oaxaca , were , assassinated by d...
Eight Persons Killed . When Bus , Truck Crash [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Eight Persons Killed . When Bus , Truck Crash Benton Harbor , Mich . —A woman and her baby , five Mexicans and anegro were killed and 14 persons were injured when a Chicago-bound bus and a truck on highway No . 12 collided . The dead mother was Mrs . Jose Quinones of North Branch , Mich . New Seaplane to Carry Fifty Philadelphia , Pa . —A seaplane capable of carrying fifty persons is being assembled at the Philadelphia navy yard . Bobby Jones Meets Defeat Pebble Beach , Calif . —Bobby Jones , four times crowned king of American amateur golfers and recent winner of the open title , was dethroned by John Goodman of Omaha , 1 up , in the greatest sporting upset of rhe year . Students to Guide Tourists Berlin . —An organization of students from all the high schools of Berlin has been formed to furnish young college men as guides to foreign and provincial visitors to the German capital .
Red Used as Danger Signal in Ages Past [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Red Used as Danger Signal in Ages Past Milwaukee . — Evidence that red paint may have been used to denote danger 25 , 000 years ago was noticed in Niaux cave , 50 miles from Toulouse , France , by George A . West , president of the Milwaukee public museum board , who has returned from a tour of Italy , France and England . Vessels of red paint were found on the floors when the cave first came to public notice In 1908 and , wherever there was a dangerous passage , red dots , made , according to French scientists , by fingers of Cro-Mag-nons , inhabitants of the cave , were printed on the walls , according to Mr . West . Mr . West said that he found evidence of four glacial periods in southwestern France , the last two of which coincided with two Wisconsin glaciers . In the first period , estimated at about 500 , 000 years ago , the lowest type of culture Is represented , Mr . West said . The only tools people then seemed to possess were broken rocks with Jagged ends and rough edges ....
LONE WHITE WOLF BAFFLES HUNTERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
LONE WHITE WOLF BAFFLES HUNTERS Killer at Large Despite Big Ba -t y Offered . Stanford , / int . —Swift as lightning , cunning as fox , a bold killer white wolf has b me the terror of the Little Belt / £ ? intains . Kanchers fear him , and ^ Isted by federal hunters , have eons ? £ f tly sought to remove this big whit / is east that decreases their herds , / g the ? 700 bounty offered by the t ^ , l ; men s association for the white y s hide remains unclaimed . The killer wolf has been seen by many .: Scores of shots have been fired at him . None hits found its mark . The wolf is never close enough for a sure shot when lie enters the vision of an armed ¦ . rancher or . hunter . But he often appears at close range to unarmed ranchers , as though flaunting his cunning . Most of his f depredations occur during the -winter months , when snow makes sight of . him difficult Many hunters have remarked that the killer darts for snow patches when he encounters humans , the : snow : forming a...