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m ^ m ^^ mmrrrri [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
m ^ m ^^ mmrrrri ^ Evill H iram . LWjjjjamaonA ia *_ VggiV nUi ^^ CAaabeWbcn . WOT Increased wages for the wage earner , and prices for the farmer , to enable them to buy all the products of each o -. her that they can consume , were advocated by John H . Walker , president of the Illinois State Federation of Labor in his Labor day message , as- a plan for bringing mutual benefit to both agriculture and labor . The amount of tax on Inheritance paid into the state treasury during the last fiscal year was $ 9 , 866 , 843 . 88 . The records of Oscar Nelson , auditor of public accounts , show this to have been the largest amount ever received from this source . The amount of this tax paid In during the year 1923 was $ 5 , 250 , 000 . ; Plans for the Capital city s largest office building by the Central Illinois Public Service company have been announced by . T . Paul Clayton ; vice president and general manager of the company . The building will be a-15-story structure and may cost in t...
Bean Growers Request Orderly Crop Marketing [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Bean Growers Request Orderly Crop Marketing Washington . —Michigan bean growers , accompanied by a group of state officials and representatives of bean co-operatives in other states , asked the federal farm board to assist In effecting an organization which will result In more orderly marketing of their product . . . The delegation asked no financial assistance , but wanted the board to consider a suggested program which the bean men hope will encourage existing and develop new organizations of bean co-operatives In the states .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
^^^^ 3 VETCH SEED FOR SALE . Phil R . Goodwin , Ritehey , 111 . FOR SALE T- One Cream Separator , . skims 800 pounds of milk per hour . Has only been used a very short time . Inquire at Farm Bureau office . 12 x 30 . WOODEN SILO FOR SALE , in good condition . Chas J . Clow , Plainfield . Phone Plainfielfl 94-W-2 . - 100 CHOICE FARMS , located Carroll County Georgia one leading Agricul- • tural Counties Population 80 % white ; terms easy . Carroll Land Co ., Carrollton , Go . —42 EXTRA GOOD YEARLING HOLSTEIN BULL . Swiss , Guernsey and Jersey bulls . Two sows due to farrow soon . Thos . Stewart , Flainfield . Phone Plainfield 85-W-2 . ! 1
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 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;| Brick CoInc . Under the Laws of Illinois in 1884 . Hae more feet of drain / tile at work ini the farml lands of lllir nois than any other factory in eisterice . Write Us for Prices Delivered at Your Railroad Station . The Quality of Our Tile Is . Al . You Will Be Pleased With Them . The Kankakee Trie &amp; Brick Co KANKAKEE , ILL ! . .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
jEETWELNEWvr : ; ^ 1 - FRESSlANMASTERPIECE m ] S &amp; DlO One biai ^^ Table Model Aibowai $ 49 . 50 Joliet , Illinois BaBHaaaBaaaaBarca DONAHOE MOTOR COMPANY 639 CASS STREET JOLIET ANY SIZE CAR WASH $ 1 . 65 WE CHANGE OIL For Four-Cylinder Cars , S qts . 90 c For Six-Cylinder Cars , 7 qts . $ 1 . 25 Snnonizmg Our Specialty Polishing , Top Dressing , and Greasing | USED RADIOS $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Eke To Buy ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly West side of St Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 : t : — HAVE PETE DO IT AI | T | 1 sEAT COVERS fill I U PLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY . , OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 j ; ] iZi 1 , lakV ^ a ?* Fisa ^ aH iiT * a ^ Ttwr 3 * Hi ftf * \ V \^ Bi ^^ B ^ HnHijil Iyft ITVSBB ^ B ^ BIB ^ BHBIV li ^^^^ H . iWltS ^ EFERENCE BoOKl * nd Ms &amp; b * Lift CmU &amp; oi \ I dlv «« count ! and Brleaa- on ovir tltM I dllttrant Unas or buslntta . No matttr ; I what your ; b...
GIANT SEAPLANE TO TRY OCEAN FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
GIANT SEAPLANE TO TRY OCEAN FLIGHT 100-Passehger German Ship Has 12 Motors . - Friedrlchshaferi . —Doxrthe great 12engined , all-steel , 100-passenger flying boat which was launched July 14 and carried out her flying tests above Lake Constance to the full satisfaction of her designers , is to attempt n transatlantic crossing for the sole purpose of trying out her capacities . This announcement by Doctor Dornieiy the builder , marks a complete change in plans , for only a month ago he declared roundly that he did not ; intend . d . regulnrAtlantic service . He wanted no sensations at all , but a serviceable long distance flying boat . thatWould allow economic transport ¦ with the maximum of safety ! Hitherto aircraft lias riot been able to carry any appreciable cargo , as the fuel in itself was a suflicient load . The designers of Dox hope to demonstrate by means of * n transatlantic voyage that a new era has dawned . Carries Large Staff . A great feature of the new flying boat is th...
Expert Finds X-Rays Help in Plant Growth [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
Expert Finds X-Rays Help in Plant Growth Berkeley , Calif . —Prof . T . H . Goodspeed of the University of California claims discoveringa new function of the X-ray—possibly of enormous com- \ mercial value in connection with . plant life . He believes certain living plants , notably . tdbacco plants , may have : their entire character and even their sex . changed by being treated , with X-rays or the gamma rays of radium . Goodspeed found that certain dosages of the mysterious rays brought about changes in the shape , size and gender of plants , and that these \ changes were transmitted- to the children and grandchildren ,- so-called , of the treated plants . The . commercial possibilities of the discovery rest in the , likelihood that other plants may be treated with similar results—that fruit growers , for example , might breed ^ uperplants through the influence of the rays , and that these plants might transmit . their unusual and superior qualities to their descendants . Saves L...
WINNERS At ] 5 ZH & "ANftLjAL WHEATLAND PLOWING MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
WINNERS At ] 5 ZH &amp; ANftLjAL WHEATLAND PLOWING MATCH Three prize winners photographed at the 52 hd Annual Wheatland Plowing Match at the Howard Blacliman farm , near Norniantown . Above is Homer Lapp seated on the plow , with : which he successfully defended the world s championship , winning the sweepstakes at the annual match . At the lower left is Irene Hageman wiio won the womans tractor plowing title . At-the . right is Emma Schumacher who won a silver cup in the Will County Baby Beef Club Show by exhibiting a prize Hereford . Courtesy Herald-News
MCLEAN TAKES FIRST OF CHAMPIONSHIP MEET FRO M McDONOUGH CO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
MCLEAN TAKES FIRST OF CHAMPIONSHIP MEET FRO M McDONOUGH CO Defeats Strong Rival Team In Exciting Contest Staged at Monmouth McLean , county defeated McDonough in the first game of their series in the contest for the state championship in the . Illinois Farm Bureau . Baseball League , reports the Illinois Agricultural -Association ; The game splayed at Monmouth was . closely contested as seen by the score , 12 to 11 . .- The : entire game was mull of exciter ment as a result of heavy slugging by the McDonough . county players who drt &gt; ye out 18 ; hits compared -Withi 11 by our batsmen , , writes W ., H . Coultas , McLean county farm adviser . Carl Weinzierl , McLean county pitcher hit a home run when , the bases were filled . Boots JRunkle : short-sto-u and manager of the McDonough county team , was the star player of the game . : / i The second game between , these two strong teams is scheduled for Saturday , September 14 , at the III League Park , Bloomington . The winn...
LIFE INSURANCE PROJECT DEPENDS ON ALL ^ FTOU [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
LIFE INSURANCE PROJECT DEPENDS ON ALL ^ FTOU • Will we be a twenty million dollar company or a fiftyV million dollar , company at the , end : of the / year ? ^ If we make our quotaq in our county and in every other county we will have fifty million of business . If we stay where , we are , we will have twenty million of business . To put fifty million of business , which all the companies in the world would consider absurd to even try to do , would-be an accomplishment astounding in the annals of business , let alone life insurance . The entire world would feel that it is-impossible to so organize-. a group of people of any class , . let- , alone farmers , to accomplish the production of fifty million of life insurance in a space of time that took most of the old companies fifty years to accomplish . To get this quota it is necessary for our Farm Bureau members who • now have policies in the Country Life Insurance Company to tell their neighbors about their policies , whose premiums...
33 PER CENT DROP IN OUTO ACCIDENTS DURING SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
33 PER CENT DROP IN OUTO ACCIDENTS DURING SEPTEMBER Safety Campaign Among Farm Bureau Members Brings Wonderful Results Automibile accidents among more than 16 , 000 Illinois Farm Bureau members insured in the Illinois Agricultural Mutual dropped 33 per cent the first week of September following the statewide . safety , campaign announces the Illinois Agricultural Association in a statement to the Will County Farm Bureau . This favorable report indicates the campaign will be successful . in turning the accident curve downward , Vernon Vaniman , director of insurance service for the I . A . A ., declared . To further the accident prevention , cause , pamphlets containing facts about auto accidents , rules of the road , and advice for avoiding mishaps have been sent to members throughout the state . Reminder tags , likewise , have been provided for attaching to steering wheels of policyholders cars . - . Accidents- are due to ignorance or carelessness , says Vaniman . Many collisions a...
HENNEBERRY MOTOR SALES BUY FIRST PRIZE CALF OF WILL CO . BABY BEEF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
HENNEBERRY MOTOR SALES BUY FIRST PRIZE CALF OF WILL CO . BABY BEEF CLUB Immediately after the Hereford calf owned and shown by Miss Emma Schumacher of DuPage Township was pronounced the winner , in the Club Show held in connection , with the Wheatland Plowing Match . on Saturday , September 14 , the Henneberry Motor Safes Company of Joliet , purchased the calf from Miss . Schumacher at a price of 20 c per lb . The calf and the cup which she won are on display at the Henneberry Motor Sales . .- . • .. . The day was ideal for a club show and more than 8000 people were reported to have been , present for that event . Mr , L . A . Matter , the leader of the Baby Beef Club , was in charge of the show and Mr . E . I . Pilchard , the State Club Leader from the University of , Illinois , was the judge . There were 12 ^ calves in the Beef Show , which was won by Miss Emma Schumacher . Since the dairy club included three different breeds and two ages , Jt was held as a championship only and w...
HADLEY IS SPEAKER ON I . A . A . RADIO FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
HADLEY IS SPEAKER ON I . A . A . RADIO FORUM Charles W . Hadley ; newly appointed chairman of the Illinois Commerce Commission , will speak on the . I . A . A . radio Forum from station WLS , Chicago , on Thursday night , September 26 , announces the-Will County Farm Bureau . Mr . Hadley will be introduced by L . J . Quasey , director of transportation for the Illinois Agricultural Association . The new chairman is expected to dis- « uss the duties and powers of the State Commission as they affect Illinois farmers and the general public . His talk will have much interest for everyone since the decisions of the Commission in public utility matters affect all users of light and power , transportation , and telephone service The I . A . A . Forum is a regular Thurssday-night feature from station WLS , Chicago , between 6 : 30 and 7 : 00 P . M . ; central standard time . Its Si g ni f ic a nce The gold fringe on the American flag denotes that It Is regimental colors .
Troy Township Plowing Match [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
Troy Township Plowing Match Troy township is to be the Scene of a big event . Namely a . tractor plowing contest . It is ^ open to anyone wishing to enter from Troy township , and will be held on the John Baltz Farm , one half mile from end of the pavement on Saturday , Sept . 21 . Contestants of all ages will be allowed to enter . Several entries have been received . Has your name been lis . ted ? If not , better do so at once , Scoreing will be given by points , the one with the highest points wins . A silver loving cup will be given by the Henneberry Implement Co . Any one wishing to enter , may place their berry Implement Co ., 803 N . Chicago name with Mr . Bartelt of the HenneStreet , Joliet , 111 . Everyone is welcome to attend and see who carries home the loving cup .
Range Paralysis in Poultry Most Severe During Late Summer [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929
Range Paralysis in Poultry Most Severe During Late Summer Late summer and fall is the time when heaviest poultry losses are reported from the disease known as range paralysis , according to a warning issued to flock owners by the laboratory of animal pathology and hygiene at the College of • Agriculture , University of Illinois . The disease gets its name from the fact that it frequently occure on range . The same disease in chicks six to twelve weeks of age is characterized by bloody diarrhea . Young chicks which apparently recover or survive in a flock where bloody diarrhea has prevailed may suffer from the paralytic form of the disease during the fall months . Correct diagnosis is essential to success in treating the trouble . There are different causes of paralysis in . fowls and it may be hard to recognize coccidial , or range paralysis from paralysis due to other , causes . Local veterinarians can differentiate . between the different types of paralysis ; although obscure case...