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NEW PEST ESTABLISHED IN ALL PEACH-GROWING SECTIONS OF ILLINOIS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

NEW PEST ESTABLISHED IN ALL PEACH-GROWING SECTIONS OF ILLINOIS Oriental fruit moth , a serious pest of the . peach and other fruits , has . become established in all the principal . peach-producing sections of Illinois ; bpt to date has caused se _\ jjre damage to peaches only in Pulaski county . This is reported in a new . circukxr ^ entitled , Oriental Fruit Moth invades Illinois , , just issued by the College of Agricul £ , ture , University of Illinois as an-aid , to growers in combating the pest-fit ! , was first found in Illinois in the win ; ; ter of 1927 ; 2 S . ln Pulaskl , _ countx . > . . , ^^^ 1 ^ Facts about the-. life ^ lUstorj ^ and ^ wg ^ lUfr lii ^ inires- * xvTr *^ IOB ?? T ^ Hr ? 5 HqHTO ^ fl 5 given in the publication .-It was written by W . P . Flint , chief entomologist of the Illinois State Natural History Survey , and S . C . Chandler , assistant entomologist . Illustrations are included showing the nature of the damage done by the insect and impor...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

BABY BEEF } CLUB NOTES - By EMMA SCHUMACHER Tuesday evening , April 30 the Will County Baby Beef Club , met at the home of Mr . and Mrs . W . W . Boughton . All but five club members were present at this meeting . The purpose of this meeting was to elect the officers for this year . The officers elected were as follows : President , Emma Schumacher ; Vice-Presi-dent , Robert Boughton ; Secretary , Margaret Alexander ; and Reporter , Emma Schumacher . Mr . L . A . Matter , our club leader picked two judging teams . This year they are going to try to have judging teams go to the Central StatesFair to judge the calves . The members on the first team are : Newell Boughton Charles Schumacher Robert Boughton The members on the second team are : William Stewart Paul Blackman Clarence Wolf On Thursday evening , May 16 there will be a meeting at the home of Mr . and Mrs . Joseph Schumacher . All members of the Baby Beef Club , especially those on the judging teams , should be present because...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

VAX * ftr . f . v . •* . » »« - « n < i-J ^ t A *>»* t » fii » v « - * _ i » . » , i # THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW Vv / - ^ -v > l - vv .-i > ; vVy , IV J . P . HA ¥ DBN ,: Editor | , f ^ V ? - ! . i 7 ^ / V - - , r >*, B , | ^ d . , n U » . ; lin >^ © f tta Farmer i f fliiri Avcnw and Chicago Street , JoUet , Illinois Tefcphooe 4972 IE-v „ - / ¦ ~ : : r ~ r ^ AIl ! unsolicited articles , mannscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Farmer * * - { Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk aad the publishers expressly repnl dUte any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertising . will be run until ordered out . »•_! : ¦ Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at JeOet , III ., under Act of Congress . March 8 , 1878 .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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SIX LONG AIR HOPS v ? f J " ARE TO START SOON [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

SIX LONG AIR HOPS v ? f J ARE TO START SOON One to Be Round-the-World Flight in Ten Days . •¦¦ • ¦ ¦ •¦ ¦ £ > ¦ k Washington . —The open season for , transoceanic flights has been iriaugii- ! rated with the announcement that six long distance hops are now in preparation . . . The most Important Is a round-the- / World flight In ten days . All that is known of this plan is the names of a group of : American aviators who are Interested in the preparations . They are Lieut . Albert D . Hulse , air corps reserves ; Capt . Harry W . Lyon , Jr ., , nnd Lieut ; L . T . OConnell . ;> : Captain i Lyon was navigator of the Southern Cross on its California-Aus-tralia flight Lieutenant OConnell Is radio officer at Lnkehurst , N . J . The Idea behind this plan Is the ¦ refueling ,- ^ principle demonstrated by the Question Mark last winter . Refueling planes will-be posted at various points ! A second non-stop flight around the « «* n «» T . 1 tn I * AI * % n » frvlfi . l . ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Woo MucK ^ ellS ^ fimpioymei ^ o f " Religion * for Personal Comfort [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

Woo MucK ^ ellS ^ fimpioymei ^ o f Religion * for Personal Comfort By REV . HARRY EMERSON FOSDICK ( Baptist ) , New York . RELIGION , like love , can be utterly selfish . Love gives and love wants . Theie are always two sides to it , and a love where the one side overbalances the other side can be disastrously ruinous . Even mother love can be a destroying angel . For what some mothers mean when they say I love •-him , is I want him ; I will not let him be anybody else s but mine . More than one young man has poured out to mo the story of a blasted life , and the cause , strangely enough , was a loving mother . Eor when love becomes selfish it can do more damage than hate . So it is with religion , for religion has comfortable aspects . It is easy to get religion for comfort only . A man can love his family primarily for what he gels out of it . A man can love his country primarily for what he gets out of it .-A man can love a friend and squeeze him like an orange into his cup , and...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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More Extensive Training of Country Teachers Only Fair to Rural Child ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

More Extensive Training of Country Teachers Only Fair to Rural Child ¦ By ETTA O . CHRISTENSEN , Minnesota Educator . / ] f the rural child is to have a square deal , the schools must do much better . One year is too short a time to make the necessary preparation . for teaching in a rural school . When we compare the qualifications of rural teaching today with those , of 10 years ago , we feel that great improvement has been made , and yet we must do better if the rural child is to have the square deal to which he is entitled . The -problem is before us of standards to be met by entrants to the rural curricula , courses to be pursued during the training period and requirements to he met in practice teaching . Two years should be the minimum for this hardest of all teaching jobs . The practice teaching . - should occur in the second year and should be of two kinds : Teaching in the grades and teaching in our typical rural schools . , j It is rather gratifying to see the trend of the ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
KING GEORGE AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

KING GEORGE AT WORK King George London . —King George has so far recovered from his illness at Bognor * that lie Is gradually resuming his regular stale functions- and- desires to deal personally , with ^ mutters pertaining , to the general election on May 30 . It is Officially announced that his majesty will personally preside / at a meeting of the privy council at Craigwell house . May 10 , to this end .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
First False Teeth Worn by Woman of 300 B . C . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

First False Teeth Worn by Woman of 300 B . C . Santa Monica ; Calif . —The first false teeth k so fur , as , wei knowtoday , were worn by a ; V , woman of-i Sldon in Phoenicia ,, abtijit ^ S 00 IJ .. C , according to Dr . Roy L 7 ; Mo 8 Ule , well-known anatomist , i * ¥ *& • The Phoenician ,. woman s jaw , with the false * teeth , is fpreserved in the Louvre , in Paris . The two right incisors are represented by artiiicial teeth , held in place and bound to each other by gold w : -e . The wire lias been drawn , through careful perforations in the artilk-inl teeth . Although the Kgyplians pioneered in treatment of . many diseased conditions of the . body , this sort of dental replacement apparently was never devised by Egyptian physicians . Thousands , of mummies , representing 7 , 000 yenrs- of life in Egypt , have been examined but no clear-evidence of such , repair work has ever been found . It : appears that we ! not only owe-our alphabet and numerous geographic disc...

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WASHINGTON BRIEFS I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

WASHINGTON BRIEFS I George O . Barnes of Pennsylvania was named by President Hoover to be assistant treasurer of the United States . Senate approval was given to several of President Hoover s recent . norninationsr Including the four additional judges for New York city . *¦•.. ¦ . . r—¦~?* T -. - ¦ ,. ¦ - ¦ The senate passed the house bill making $ 4 , 250 , 000 immediately avail-: able for combating the Mediterranean fruit fly in Florida . . ¦ •«. Income tax collections for the nine months ending ^ March- 31 totaled $ 2 ,- 137 . 17 S . C 47 , exceeding collections for ( he eft-responding period last year by S 00 . 310 , OSO . : The senate judiciary committee gave approval to the nomination of former Senator Irvine I .. 1 . en root of Wiscohsori to be a judge of the Court of Customs Appeals . . - Horace Paul Destor of St . Louis was appointed , by President Hoover to succeed Eugene Meyer , Jr ., resigned , ins . chairman of the Federal Farm Loan board . The senate . interstate comme...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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"GHOSTLY" CHORDS > STARTLE FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

GHOSTLY CHORDS > STARTLE FAMILY Mysterious Notes Come From Piano at Night . Nottingham , England . ^ Eerle chords struck from an unattended piano in the dead of night ; have nearly succeeded In convincing the skeptical Eason family of Cottesmore road , Nottingham , that there are such things as ghosts . ; Recently after Mrs . Arthur Eason , who is seventy-six years old , and her three daughters had retired for the night they were startled to- hear chords struck on the piano downstairs , and simultaneously heard sounds as if furniture was being moved about . ¦ . . . . •. / .. ; . : ? ..,. : ; Describing her spooky experience Miss Alice Eason , one of the daughters , . told a . reporter : : ;^ ; - We had been in bed-about half an hour when ! we heard a chord struck on the piano , ! immediately .. followed by the . whining and scratching of Tony , our little fox terrier , who sleeps •in the front room . Then to our alarm two more chords were struck . I was too scared to move...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

£ If you are worth while as an American citizen and you have a mind that functions on constructive thought , better and finer things in this world don t get discouraged and never be ashamed - of being dubbed as a politician , if your intentions in Government are honorable and remember this little story of the world s greatest politician : - When Abraham Lincoln was a young man he ran for the legislature in Illinois , and was badly beaten . He next entered business , failed and spent over 1 6 years of his life paying up the debts of a worthless partner . He was in love with a beautiful young woman , to whom he became engaged—then she died . Entering . politics again , he ran : for congress and was badly defeated . Then : he became a candidate for the United States senate and was defeated . In 1856 he became a candidate for vice president , and was again defeated . In 1858 he was defeated by Douglas . When you think of a series of setbacks like this , doesn t it make you feel kind of ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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< , y . t ^ . A : ' -.: " , ; ' : O ^^TO [ ClUf B ^ rg m , WMU ^ M Drive in Auto Rac * % ^ mm ^^^ ^^^ J ^ - ^ gJwjjS ^^ t' fl ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

&amp;lt; , y . t ^ . A : -.: , ; : O ^^TO [ ClUf B ^ rg m , WMU ^ M Drive in Auto Rac * % ^ mm ^^^ ^^^ J ^ - ^ gJwjjS ^^ t fl ^ CLI FF BEReeae ; - INDIANAPOLIS , IND . — Cliff Bergere , an American with a French name and a continental countenance ;; . is one of the younger stars . who has . come into his own in the-automobile .. racing world . He holds high hopes for his competition in the International 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 30 .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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1 Merely Idle Stories ;¦ . '¦ ' . - [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

1 Merely Idle Stories ;¦ . ¦ . - There is no authentic- record of a , cross between the human ¦ ¦ ¦ roce ^ and . ••.. lower animals of any species whatever . According to the Shiitlisoulan institution , numerous reports of . crosses between human beings : ou the one hand and apes , bears , dogs , and other animals on The other have Invariably proved groundless when Investigated by competent solentists .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

I41°PalafcLouisJolietI-ICLINTON-..^2|*HotelIISTREETDreSSSHOPBuSdingIQUITTINGBUSINESSSALEH Announcement of the closing out of the Palais Dress Shop business , and the offering of H the entire stock at a great sacrifice — unprecedented bargains in new and up-to-date frocks H H _ and coats — created a sensation . Our store has been packed ever since announcement was H H made . Five times we had to lock the doors to prevent .. overcrowding . It was a wonderful H H response to a wonderful offer . H ISaleContinuesUntilEveryGarmentIsSoldIH All the garments have been resized and restocked , convenient for selection . You can still H H find your size and the style you want . H I This Week s Sale Includes a Large Shipment of Hundreds of New- I I est Spring and Summer Garments , Just Unpacked , Bought Before I Our Decision to Quit Business . , L I • OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF NEy ? SPRING AND SUMMER I I I i DRESSES , COATS , SUITS XND ENSEMBLES MUST BE f SOLD AT ONCE , REGARDLESS OF COST . I ¦ •¦¦ ¦ ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

Want More Corn Per Acre ? It s not too late to get an increase this year ! Simply use RUHMS LIME PHOSPHATE as a top dressing ( 1000 lbs . per acre ) before or immediately after seeding — regular cultivating will work it into the . soil . Your 1929 corn crop will be larger and of better grade . And the crops of following years will also be bigger and better . - £ , ,- -. -if -, &amp;amp; . . - Ivr-. . i-., - , , ) ,, , •!. •. ..- - , Try RHUMS LIME PHOSPHATE on one field this season — leaving a check strip . It will prove itself . Helps wheat , oats , alfalfa , clover , hay and other crops . Usually pays for itself the first crop . To have it when you want it—order today . RUHM PHOSPHATE &amp;amp; CHEMICAL CO MT . PLEASANTTENN H . L . EATON , R . 1 , Joliet , 111 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE .- , . . ¦ jg^safeIDEALBunR-riV11-W&amp;amp;^WWmm.£23*»lpr^L2rII•1 ? A ¦¦ wKwiw ; 5 . $ 5 # lii 3 strutted tat permtaiciM /&amp;amp; ^ m- ; : 7 -fir -, xy- i ^ MMm /^ •**•perfection , not...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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vM.cbxjNmV**A* -" w " ; FARMBUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

vM.cbxjNmV**A*w ; FARMBUREAU , .. ( Continued from Page One ) - red clover . Yields of alfalfa were -approximately 40 per cent higher than those of red clover . Alfalfa as a biennial legume also compares favorably with itself as a perennial . Yields , from the first , year ire about the same as those for the older , crop . Furthermore , disease hazards are not as great during the first two years as they are after the crop sets older . Bacterial wilt , for instance , which is one of the . most serious of alfalfa diseases , rarely develops before the plants are two years old and thereCore is not a threat wfcere alfalfa , 1 s grown as a biennial legume .

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