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LLINOIS FARM BUREAUS SEEK MORE MEMBERS THROUGHOUT STATE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
LLINOIS FARM BUREAUS SEEK MORE MEMBERS THROUGHOUT STATE Sixty-three County Campaigns Among Non-Members Show ! . Amazing Results v Sixty-three County Farm Bureaus in Illinois are making a special effort during September rto-increase their memberships . Seventeen of these are holding their regular . triennial membership campaigns / the others are sponsoring special drives to reduce the number of unorganized farmers ; During the first three days of the month 40 new members were signed by the Macon . County Farm Bureau . Iii the same length of time Jersey county added 25 new members , and in Henderson county a substantial increase in membership over . the previous threeyear period already has been secured , This information is revealed following a survey by George E . Metzger , director of organization and secretary- of the State Agricultural Association . Special drives for members will be initiated next week in Iroquois , Sangamon , Vermillion , and ; DuPage counties . Logan county st...
I . A . A . RADIO FORUM SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
I . A . A . RADIO FORUM SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED Foremost Farm Problems Are Discussed at 6 : 30 P . M . On . . . ¦ Thursday Nights , Business problems of co-operative marketing associations organized under the Agricultural Marketing . Aqt witjj ibe ^ cking ^^^ deml £ aiM £% f We ^ iscuHscfroMthe ^ linlris AgVipul tural Association radio Forum from Station WLS , Thursday night , Sept . 1 . 9 . The • speaker , Fred B . . Ringham , manager : of . the Illinois Agricultural Co-operatives Association , talked oh the subject , Some . Principles of Success in Farmers Business Enterprises . Mr . Ringham was a . former instructor in co-operative accounting at the University of Minnesota and has had broad experience with business problems or agricultural associations . The Illinois Agricultural Co-opera-tives Association provides ah auditing service for more than 225 co-operatives in Illinois such as farmers elevators , dairy , produce , and livestock marketing associations , co-operatives supply co...
Contract Awarded for World ' s Tallest Building [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Contract Awarded for World s Tallest Building New York . —The directors of Empire \ State , Inc . i headed by former Gov . Alfred E . Smith of New York , have awarded the contract for the world s tallest building , an SO-story structure , on the site of the WaldorfAstoria hotel . The contract involves $ 40 , 000 , 000 and the work of razing the eld hotel structure will be started at once . • Sinclair to Serve Out Term Washington . —No commutation of sentence is to be allowed either Harry F . Sinclair or Henry Mason Day , serving terms In jail for contempt growing out of the shadowing of a federal jury , it . was announced at the White House . S in Family Die in Crash Monroe , Mich . —Leo Colbert , his wife and their three children and another man were killed in a collision between an automobile and a Michigan Central passenger train at a grade crossing a n . . e south 6 * here . Maine Rejects Power Exports Portland , Maine . —By 62 , 248 to 54 ,- 204 , Maine voters at a special refe...
¦ MHISM ^ * M NEW LINKS ADDED ^ r CHAIN OF PRODUCE MARKETING CO-OPS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
¦ MHISM ^ * M NEW LINKS ADDED ^ r CHAIN OF PRODUCE MARKETING CO-OPS Farmers Learn Value of Merchandising Their Produce Co-operatively A chain of at least 50 co-operative produce marketing associations in Illinois promises to become a reality within the next few months , according to information received by the Will County Farm Bureau from the Illinois Agricultural Association . : While only 37 of these po-operatives are now operating , organization work among dairymen , to establish additional units is progressing in air parts of the state The influence of the Agricultural Marketing Act and Federal Farm Board is proving-helpful in drawing the attention offarmers to the need of organized selling . Frank Gougler , director of produce marketing foi- the State Agricultural Associaton reports that marketing un ltsare now being formed in Clark , Henderson , Cass , Stark , Fulton , McDonough ; Christian , Macoupin , Jersey , Douglas , Edwards , Jasper , Crawford , and Hancock County At Mar...
ynq $£ UL THE CLOVER ? -. FARM BUREAU PROGRAM SEEN AS CHIEF CAUSE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
ynq $£ UL THE CLOVER ? -. FARM BUREAU PROGRAM SEEN AS CHIEF CAUSE In every county of the state a driver need not ride very far on the-highway without having an opportunity to see some splendid stands of clover , states Geo . E . Metzger , . secretary of the Illinois Agricultural Association , who has addressed farmers in . every section of the state during the last few months . The fine stands of clover are becoming sufficiently prevalent to be noticeable I wonder why . Some will say that the wet weather of last Spring is responsible . I partially agree . I believe there is something else under most of these fine stands , of clover . The reason I think so is because we see many fields at the present time , where the young clover is rather spotted and tends to be puny . In some fields the stand is evenly distributed and the clover has grown during these summer months to a -satisfactory height . , . : ¦ The ; thing I see most under most of these good stands of clover is a Farm Bureau ...
Former President ' s Son Weds Governor ' s Daughter [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Former President s Son Weds Governor s Daughter , Plainviile , Conn . —John Coolidge , son of former President and Mrs . Coolidge , and Miss Florence Trumbull , daughter of Gov . John H . Trumbull of Connecticut , were married by . Rev . Kenneth Welles of Albany , former pastor of the Congregational church at Northaniptc ^ . roMass . ^ where the thirtieth President of v . ie United States now makes his home . Gifts were so numerous that three large rooms were filled and they were constantly guarded by several secret service officers .
Major Acts Naughty , 5 Soldiers Stank Him 5 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Major Acts Naughty , 5 Soldiers Stank Him 5 Paris . —V . lien ; private is 5 guilty he is court-martialed . 9 When a major misbehaves he is § spanked . 9 Disapproving of the conduct 6 of their superior officer , the sol- 9 diers , led by a private , Guille- 6 mot and an instructor named 2 Le Bayon , seized him as he 6 rode through town in his au- 9 tomobile . 6 The major was taken to a 2 private house , where the spank- o irig was administered with a X broomstick before a crowd of 9 civilians . • - 2 -CH &gt; 0 OO &lt;&gt; C &gt; O &lt; K &gt;&lt; KKX &gt;&lt; X &gt; OO &lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt; C &gt; 0 O-
BLAME LONG DROUGHT FOR BIG CROP LOSS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
BLAME LONG DROUGHT FOR BIG CROP LOSS Midwest s Damage Will Run Into Millions . Chicago . — -The recent long drought throughout the Midwest has caused a crop loss running into many millions of dollars . Illinois leads the list with a corn loss estimated at $ 12 , 591 , 270 , with other crops severely damaged . Nebraska s reduction in the corn yield is estimated at 100 , 000 . 000 bushels . . South Dakota s corn and other late DW $ e 4 lFfiffig ^ id £ &amp; Jwfjftveathor , Iowa conies to the front with a corn yicAiLAvhich nromises to be the largest W » We enSreKbgntry . The drought lias been broken in Kansas and the farmers are preparing Imv * Qid \&amp; tt-y $ h 3 a § K I Missouri also has suffered from the drought , the rainfall deficiency amounting to 1 . 20 inches for the sum-. mer . . . ¦ . --. The loss in Illinois takes into account only the damage sustained between August 1 and September 1 , the : following being the losses reported to the Department of Agricult...
Baltimore Banker Is to Be Farm Board Adviser [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Baltimore Banker Is to Be Farm Board Adviser Washington . —Thomas Hildt , partner of Alex Brown &amp; Sons , old established banking house of Baltimore , has been persuaded by President Hoover to become financial adviser to the federal farm board , one of the most important places in the machinery being set up for the stabilization of American agriculture , i £ was announced . Mr . Hildt has not only consented to serve , but will accept no salary . Mr . Hildts immediate task will be to organize a banking division for the farm board , which will make recommendations on its loans . Iowans Reserve 2 , 500 Badger Seats Iowa City , Iowa . —About 2 , 500 seats have been reserved by University of Iowa football fans for the Iowa-Wis-consin game at Madison on October 20 . Ask World Tariff Conference Geneva . —Delegates of Great Britain and France in the assembly of the League of Nations proposed that a ¦ world conference of members and nonfmejmbera of the league be called ifa fcolBJg...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS Harry P . Guggenheim has been named by President Hoover as ambassador to Cuba in place of Noble Brandon Judah of Chicago , who recently resigned . Despite the fact that It will cost j / $ 15 , 000 , 000 to operate the air mail ^ this year , against an appropriation of but $ 13 , 300 , 000 , the service will be extended rather than curtailed . ( — - — v Changes ordered In the preliminary plans for the new $ 13 , 000 , 000 Chicago post office will further delay actual construction of the big structure for several months , it was indicated here . A counterfeit of the new ? 5 note of the Federal Reserve bank of Chicago has been put in circulation , the second attempt to counterfeit the new small-sized currency , the secret service announced . ———— i Senator Bratton of New Mexico has introduced a resolution asking an Investigation of the wreck of the Transcontinental Air Transport plane , City of San Francisco , on September 3 , in New Mexico . Further expansion of the ...
WALKER SEES FEDERAL AID TO WATERWAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
WALKER SEES FEDERAL AID TO WATERWAY Expressing . the ; conviction that it is reasonable to : hope for federal assistance in the completion of the Illinois waterway * . Representative . John ¦¦ , L . Walker , while being interviewed by-the Farmers Weekly Review editor pointed out the bridges over the channel as one of the local committies greatest , problems . . - -: The state is faced by the ; problem , of construction of the bridges of this city and is to be assisted by the city according to a recent ordinance . The main problem of the waterway as it affects the local community is the financing of ¦ these- spai \ s here , according to the Representative . : / Rep . Walker said that AVashington dispatches ¦ • . today inform us that the Pi esident , favors completion of the Illinois waterway . President Hoover may lend aid to . an appropriation : of federal funds for the completion Of the deep waterway , link from Lockport i to Utica provided , the state will-take care of the com-. t...
MRS . MCCORMICK ENTERS CONTEST AGAINST DENEEN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
MRS . MCCORMICK ENTERS CONTEST AGAINST DENEEN Mrs . Ruth Hanna McGormick has entered the race for United States senator from Illinois against Senator Charles S . Deneen . Her formal announcement of candidacy at the primaries on April S of the next year was made from her home , Rick River Farms , at Byron , a few days ago . The statement which is short and direct , presages what the McCormick managers declare is to be a buhkless campaign . It reads as follows : I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of United States senator from Illnois at the primary election , April 8 , 1930 . Obviously , a candidate runs for office because he wants the office . But our syste mof choosing United States senators wisely provides an opportunity for the voters of each party to examine the qualifications of all candidates before the party tickets are submitted to the people for election in the following November . In the campaign which I shall soon start , I propose to speak , to ...
giiiiiiiinimiiiiimimimiiiimmiimmg I News Brevities J I of Illinois 1 Riitiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
giiiiiiiinimiiiiimimimiiiimmiimmg I News Brevities J I of Illinois 1 Riitiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii Timothy T . Beach , eighty-six years old ; of / Lincoln , one of the founders of the Illinois Bar association , is dead after an illness of ten days . Mrs . America Ward , seventy - years old , of Quincy , was . burned to death when her clothing and bedding caught fire while she was smoking a pipe in bed . . Stricken with a heart attack Julius Brdnjlenburg , sixty-one , former editor of the Rock Island Daily Union ,, died a short time later in his home in Rock Island . George P . Brown , Mattooh , is the smallest , man . ever to enroll in the . University of Illinois . He has enrolled us a freshman and weighs 47 pounds , . being 48 % inches tall . . . : Enunett Thompson , forty-nine years old , one of the three colored soldiers from Illinois to be decorated for bravery , died in Quincy . He was gassed and . death resulted from complications . Leo Mallory , fourteen , wa...
MME . CURIE COMING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
MME . CURIE COMING Mme . Marie Curie . New York . —Mme . Marie Curie , famous for her discoveries and work . with radium , will arrive here October 15 on the He de France . She will receive the second , grant of radium her American friends have purchased for her . The gift is intended to replace the one she now rents for the Warsaw cancer hospital .
MAC DONALD WILL BE SPOKESMAN FOR KING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
MAC DONALD WILL BE SPOKESMAN FOR KING To Address Nations at Naval Powers Conference . London . —For the first time in history a British king will speak to the nations of the world at an important international conference through the medium of a premier elected from the ranks of British labor when the five naval powers meet in London in January for a conversation on disarmament . That King George is more than mildly interested in the disarmament negotiations nowbeing carried on between Britain and the United States was made obvious with the revelation that Prime Minister J . Ramsay MacDonald had been summoned by the sovereign ; to Sandringhara Castle , to discuss matters of immediate international interest . The king , it is understood / wanted from Premier MacDonald a first-hand report of the recent reparations proceedings at The Hague , and , in addition , a complete roundup of the AngloAmerican disarmament negotiations . News of the king s conference with his premier gave . assura...
For Business Purpose [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
For Business Purpose Oommerical paper Is a general name ( or checks , drafts , notes , bills of lading , bills of exchange , warehouse receipts ; treasury warrants , orders for . delivery of goods , certificates of stocks and bonds , etc ., and Is sometimes applied to contractsand : agree ; tnents . Unique Porters The porters who carry your baggage from the trains to the taxis In Copenhagen work , as ; a co-operative union with a small flat charge . They are the only porters known to ; return money when overpaid
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