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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

Will County Farm Bureau - > f LEONARD W . BRAHAM , Farm Adviser / . J

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DAIRY SHOW AT ST . LOUIS ATTRACTS ILLINOIS FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

DAIRY SHOW AT ST . LOUIS ATTRACTS ILLINOIS FARMERS I . A . A . President Urges Farm Bureau Members to Attend . Thousands of Illinois Farmers will follow the milky way to the National Dairy Show opening at St -Louis on October 12 , believes the I . A . A ., which sees in this fine exposition a great opportunity for education , entertainment and instructiri for its members . Illinois folks are expected to be present in largest numbers on October 16 , designated as Illinois day for which Governor Emmerson : recently appointed a . special committee . Earl C . Smith , president of the I . A . A . and a member of the committee sees in this event a - splendid , opportunity for Illinois Farm folks to witness the latest developments in the field of dairying , the grand , champions of the greatest fairs of United States and also Ca nada , ¦ and - exhibits of ani instructive and , entertaining character . There is : much that can be gained in renewed interest and energy by taking time for rela...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARMERS TO CUT BIG MELON . RESULTING FROM CENTRALIZED BUYING . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

FARMERS TO CUT BIG MELON . RESULTING FROM CENTRALIZED BUYING . Announcement of a melon of over $ 20 , 000 to be . divided between 21 county supply companies will be made when Illinois Farmers gather for the annual meeting of the Illinois Farm Supply Company inr Bloomington on October , 16 , states the Illinois Agricultural Association . . ; . - Operations for the last fiscal year show that this centralized purchasing agency did a business of $ 1 , 171 , 186 . 18 and ; earned a net profit in excess of $ 30 , 000 on this business . Sales of gasoline and kerosene to the 21 member companies total 12 , 536 , 758 gallons . Purchases of lubricating oils aggregated 389 , 555 gallons , while more thani 91 tons . of grease were handled . The $ 20 , 000 melon represents what is left after seven per cent is paid on all outstanding prefered stock , and an appreciable sum placed in the company s reserve fund . This refund will be given back to the county supply companies according to their patron...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DAIRYMEN , ATTENTION ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

DAIRYMEN , ATTENTION ! Hirsch Bros . Holsteins Up For Sale . We have , just } , received the official word that the entire herd of pure bred Holsteins owned 3 by Hirsch Bros , and Son , Mokena , will be put on sale on and after Friday , October 11 th . This is one of the rnjjst important announcements we have ; had to make to our dairymen for so jme time . Practically every dairyman in the county who has followed the Dai ^ y Herd Improvement work at all , ^ knows that the Hirsch Bros , herd has-been outstanding for years in this county . It has had a 3year average of more than 347 lbs . of fat : There are more than 60 head of Holsteins in the ; herd , all of which are pure bred and . 37 of which are cows and heifers in production at the present time . , ;} -We understand ^ that the reason this herd is being gold is because they are going out of . ethliaairying business and perhaps „ o \ it of , the , entire farming business , as well . /> $ ite herd is to be sold ^^^ M ^ ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FIFTY-EIGHT PEOPLE GO ON POULTRY TOUR- [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

FIFTY-EIGHT PEOPLE GO ON POULTRY TOUR- Two 31-passenger , busses left Urbana September 3 for Indianapolis , the first stop . of the tour . Besides visiting 7 poultry farms , there was time for a visit to the Indiana State Fair at Indianapolis , the Cojumbus Air Port and Ohio State University at Columbus , and the Buckeye Incubator . Company at Springfield , Ohio . All the farm visited were very interesting . At one place we saw 1 , 200 turkeys which had been started in a brooder house , in front of which was an 8-foot pen with half-inch hardware cloth floor . The turkeys were confined to this house and pen until they were old enough to do without heat , and then were removed to alfalfa lots . They were beijng moved to fresh ground about every two weeks . ¦ The owner of this farm was very cautious about practicing strict poultry sanitation . This is the only farm trapnesting turkeys in Indiana . The afternoon stop of the first day was interesting due to the fact that the owner of the...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
IS YOUR POTATO ORDER IN ? . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

IS YOUR POTATO ORDER IN ? . Pric quotations are still . being received from potato growers for our Farm Bureau members this fall . Advance orders are in the office on Tuesday for nearly two carloads and since this is thie day ahead of when the cards were to be in the office we feel that the orders will be large enough to require a third car It goes without -saying that the more orders we receive the cheaper we can lay the : potatoes down to our members . The variety will undoubtedly be Early Ohios from the requests made by members on the cards xeceived so far . On the advice of the ; Director of Fruit and Vegetable Marketing of the Illinois Agricultural Association , we are waiting another week before we order the potatoes- in order to secure potatoes with better keeping quality than those on the market at the present time If any members are wanting potatoes and have not sent their card in yet , we request them to do so at once or call the Farm . Bureau office on the telephone ; as ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SOIL TEST FIELDS SHOW PROFIT FROM USE OF POTAStt [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

SOIL TEST FIELDS SHOW PROFIT FROM USE OF POTAStt Potassium is a plant food nutrient , which is deficient in some soils and is fairly abundant in other soil , but is Sometimes not so readily available to crop plants . On soils where the crops can not get the potassium needed , it should be applied in some suitable way . Kainit has been the ! chief source of potassium used in Illinois soil , experiment fields to determine whether potassium can be profitably used in soil . ; treat-ment-practices . Farm manure also contains more or less potassium , hence part of the influence from it on some soils may be due to the potassium it contains . Potash treatments bring greater increases in crops grown on , lighter colored soils than on dark colored soils . The crop value of 1924-27 upon light soilss , as shown by crop yields ,: ranged from $ 87 . 50 a ton at the Ewing soil experiment field down to $ 18 . 90 at the Elizabethtown sol experiment field . During the same period of time , crop value...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COMPOSTING GARDEN REFUSE CONSERVES ORGANIC MATTER . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

COMPOSTING GARDEN REFUSE CONSERVES ORGANIC MATTER . As . the growing season drws to a close , most gardens contain more or less residue rnaterial . What to do with this rubbish is a problem that faces many people and in the end much of it is often burned . This practice is not to be handed on as , a blanket recomendation because it is very wasteful of organic material which • is all too freqquqenltly lacking in many gardens . All disease-free material remaining from garden crops may wisely be piled and composted ready for future fertilization of the garden . Gardens frequently contain many weeds anld much grass at the end of the season , which may be used in the same way . It is important , however , to make sure that this material is poled for compost prior to repening of the seeds in order to prevent neww seeding from occuring . In preparing the compost pile , the refuse from the garden , together with lawn clippings and leaves and the other waste material , may be piled up in a- ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HAPPY CANYON CIRCUS COMING TO ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE IN NOVEMBER . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

HAPPY CANYON CIRCUS COMING TO ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE IN NOVEMBER . The William Tell and United States Lodges , I . O . O . F . will sponser a real circus , during November , at Odd Fellows Temple on Cass Street . A carload of special scenery depicting frontier daysdays will be arranged in the hall , and old time vaudeville , circus stunts , etc ., by professionals , will hold ssway . This is the first time that a real old fashioned 1 forty-niner has been rim in . Toliet . Dancing , games , and other omusies will be provided .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHEVROLET SERVES LONGEST YELLOWSTONE NEWS ROUTE .. [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

CHEVROLET SERVES LONGEST YELLOWSTONE NEWS ROUTE .. The world s longest newspaper route is in Yellowstone Park , is 160 miles long and absorbs between 600 and 800 pounds of newspapers daily between June and September . , It is a full day s work that confronts the driver , Bird Newell , when he steps on the starter of his Chevrolet coupe , and sets about a day s business . Fast driving and knowledge of short cuts are necessary to complete the task before dusk . Newell s subscribers number several hundred persons who reside each , summer in the isolated camps and resort rrssrrssrrcait 99 ssx ETAO ETAOO TA hotels of America 6 greatest natural park . Until 1928 these ^ -icationists had no means of getting their home town newspapers . Since the route has opened the coupe has been in constant service , never missing a day . The oar lias already travelled 42 , 000 miles and has never undergone any major repairs . Thus far the total cost of servicing the car has been only $ 58 . 50 . Newell ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SIXTEEN-DAY RACE MEETING AT AURORA , ILLINOIS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

SIXTEEN-DAY RACE MEETING AT AURORA , ILLINOIS . Thorobred racing in Illinois District will close for the 1929 season -with the fall meeting to be held at Exposition Park , Aurora , for 16 days , opening October 14 , and closing October 31 . Most of the big stables that have been campaigning on the Chicago tracks have made reservations for stable room at the Aurora track and wll give fans of this section their final glimpse at the fast ones before they are shipped to New Orleans , Miami and other Southern tracks . Clifford R . Trimble , general manager of the Aurora track , announces that stall room has been assigned for more than 800 horses representing some of the country s leading stabless . The en . thries will be of the same caliber as the thorobreds which raced at the big spring meeting at the Aurora course . More than $ 100 , 00 in purses will be paidout , giving owners an opportunity to build up the old bank roll for the winter season . Make Improvements at Track . While it h...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ainiiiinniniiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiMniiiniinn g | | ILLINOIS | I News Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

ainiiiinniniiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiMniiiniinn g | | ILLINOIS | I News Notes niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuiHfs The golden anniversary of the founding of Damascus lodge of the Knights of Pythias was celebrated in Danville . . - ¦ Axel It Koliler , fifty-eiglit , Moline attorney-for 35 years and city attorney for several terms , died at Ills home of heart disease . Old Ben mine , No . 18 , at Johnston City , . which had been closed since March 14 , has re opened , giving einploymenti to more than S 50 men .. The traditional intcrfraternity paJama races at the University of Illinois were halted by police on complaint of Champaign residents that their sleep was disturbed . Rev . Rodney F . Cobb , formerly of Davenport , lias accepted the call to become rector of the Trinity Episcopal church , Rock Island , to succeed the Rev . Howard A . Lepper , who resigned last June . James McAdams , eighty-six-year-old former senator , died at his home in Quincy . He was the husband of Repres...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TAFT RETURNS TO DUTY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

TAFT RETURNS TO DUTY WilliamH . Taft . Washington . —Chief Justice Taft has returned to Washington much improved in health after a lengthy stay at his summer home at Murray Bay , Canada .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OLD KING'S HOUSE WILL BE REBUILT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

OLD KINGS HOUSE WILL BE REBUILT Jamaica to Restore That Historic . Mansion . Kingston , Jamaica , W . I . —The King s House , historic structure of the West Indies , is to be rebuilt after centuries of neglect . Once the residence of noblemen arid the rendezvous of the elite of Jamaica , the King s House stands in Spanishtown , a remnant of bygone glories . The building was swept by fire in October , 1025 . Little more than a shell now remains of the stately mansion , once regarded as the noblest edifice of its kind in the Western hemisphere . The handsome facade , with its dignified columns of Portland stone nnd pavement of white marble , withstood the fire . The structure stands on a square the north side of which is graced by an open temple and ( colonnade inclosing the elder Bacons statue of George Brydges Rodney , the Savior of the West Indies . The King s House was designed by Craskell , the engineer of the islands , during the administration of Gov . Sir Henry Moore , about 1...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Universe Not So Big as We Had Supposed [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

Universe Not So Big as We Had Supposed Ottawa , Ont . —Dr . Ludwick < Sllberstein , of New York , an- i noun ced here that he had C measured the universe . By S mathematical and physical ex- < j perlment s at the Cinema Lab- 5 oratories corporation in his 5 home city lie had discovered , I he said , that no two objects 5 can be further apart than 9 ,- ? 000 , 000 light years . ? A light year Is about 0 , 000 ,- i 000 , 000 , 000 miles—the distance 5 that a beam of light would < travel in a year . Thus 9 , 000 ,- 5 000 light years would be 54 ,- < 000 , 000 , 000 , 000 , 000 miles , within which , Doctor Sllberstein < said , there is ample room for { some millions of galaxies com- < parable , in size with our own { milky way . < Doctor Sllberstein made his statement before the American < Astronomical society meeting nt the Dominion observatory . j He branded as utterly inad- < missable ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

FOR SALE—We wish / to . announce that after October 11 , our entire herd ¦ of . pure bred Holsteins will be . on sale . , We are selling the herd privately , , giving each buyer an opportunity to investigate each : individual . : This . herd has a three-year average ¦ of . 34 . 8 , lbs . with individuals as high as 643 . lbs . fat in 12 months . Hirsch Bros , and Son , Mokena . Phone 01-W . !

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

jj WanTAds ] FOR SALE—Two Holstein cows , were freshened early in November . Howaid Phelps , Plaihfield , 111 ., Phone Plainfield , 123-W-l . FOR SALE—Shropshire Rams , heavy wooled ; good mutton type . Phone 2 G 49-Y-4 . .: • ¦ . .. • . VETCH SEED FOR SALE . Phil R . Goodwin , Ritchey , 111 . FOR SALE—Rhodei Island Red Cockerals , single comb . Phone 2 G 49-Y-4 . FOR SALE — One Cream Separator , skims S 00 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 Plainfield 94-W-2 . EXTRA GOOD YEARLING HOLr STEIN BULL . Swiss , Guernsey and Jersey bulls . Two sows due to farrow soon . Thos . Stewart , Plainfield . Phone Plainfield 85-W-2 . , FOR SALE—Ten tons of choice timothy hay . Had no rain . Mrs . Mary K . Marti , Mokena . Phone Mokena 31-W-l FOR RENT—Grain farm . Mark and Wayne McClure Manhattan . FOR RENT—ISO acres , New Lenox . To progressive farmer...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

The fifth annunl state corn husking contest will be held in Knox county , November 8 , It lias been announced by farriVbureau officials . A cbnmpion will be selected to represent Illinois in the annual national contest . Knox is the borne . county of , Walter Olson , state champion in 102 S . A new regulation , adopted on advice of Williams , Holmes and-Olson , former champions , makes clear the kind of corn to keep when the judges sort the gleaners , nubbins ! City physicians , directors and commissioners of public health from cities of the state will gather In- Springfield October 17 and IS . for the annual convention of the Illinois Municipal league . Dr . Andy Hall , state health director , is chairman of the health section of the league and will outline the state health program . v .- Downs-tate boxing conditions were probed when - Geii . John / V . Clinnin . cliairiiian of the state athletic commission , conferred with Governor Emmerson and interested- members of the ring frat...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

THE FARMERS : WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HAYDEN , Editor - . Published In the Interest of the Fanner Thinl Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , Illinois- ¦ ¦ Tetephona 49 W All nnsoUctted articles , manuscripts ,, letters and pictures sent to The Fanners . Weekly ; Review are sent at the owner s risk and -the publishers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertislne \ v 1 ll be run until ordered out . ... ¦ ¦ . ?¦! ! /¦ i Entorrd as second class mail matter at the post office at Joliet , HI ., under Act of Congress , March 3 , 1878 . ;

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STRENGTH NOTED IN BIG TEN OPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929

STRENGTH NOTED IN BIG TEN OPENINGS Western Conference Games to Give Line on Champ Race . Chicago . —The western conference football schedule opens next Saturday when eight of the ten elevens go into action in four games that will possibly give some sort of line on the Big Ten championship race . Northwestern will play at Wisconsin , Michigan at Purdue , Indiana at Chicago and Iowa at Ohio Slate . Only Illinois aiid Minnesota will not . meet conference teams this week . Illinois , however , gave good indication of its power in its attempt to win a third straight conference title when it trampled on Kansas , 20 to 0 , on Saturday . Minnesota ran up a score of 39 to 0 against Coe and Iowa against Monmouth won , 4 G to 0 , but the weakness of-their opponents gives no line on the victors conference strength . Michigan s- . triumph , 17 to 0 , over Michigan State , indicated that the new head coach ,. Harry Kipke , is slowly developing a strong team , but RyrdjueVd ^ fe ^ at ^ lllll ^ Sfi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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