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Texas in Lead [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 30 October 1929
Texas in Lead In his first message to the congress of the republic of Texas , In December , 1838 , President Mirabeau B . Lamar strongly urged provision for public education . A quotation from his message appears upon every publication of the state system . Each year some $ 8 , 000 , 000 of state money is spent on higher education , and Texas has the largest permanent school fund of any state .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 30 October 1929
^^^^ 3 FOR SALE—Shropshire Rams , heavy wooled ; good mutton type .., Phone ; 2649-Y-4 . • FOR SALE—Rhode 1 , Island RedCOckerals , single comb . Phone 2649-Y-4 . FOR SAIJE—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 SALE—The Economy Extension Poultry House . Begin with ; . 80 hen capacity and expand as your needs grow . The Sure-Feed- Self Feeders are made in three sizes to fit your needs and pocketbook . The Economy Junior Hog Waterer is our- leader . See some , of our satisfied users of the six sow incubator . Sold by L . A . Matter , Plainfield , 111 . FOR SALE-H 3 ne pure bred polled bull calf , 6 months old . , O . L . Lichtenwalter Manhattan . Phone Manhattan 12-L . FOR SALE ^ rHave pure bred DurocJersy spring boar to trade . Wayne McClure Manhattan , ¦ Phone Manhattan , 14-L . FO SALE—One Guerns ey and one pure bred Holstein cow for sale . To be fresh in No...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 30 October 1929
FQRSWE Accredited dairy « owa , ready to go Into say herd without testing , Heavy Springers , Hoisteins , Guernseys , ate . After looking them over yon will be surprised to find oar cattle priced vary reasonable .. Nothing sold under quarantine . TONY MESSMAN Joliet , HI PhoMtW-H iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiim WMe You tive 1 • . « H - * m You have planned a Trusteeship for your Estate after yon ! | are gone , and you know that it will simplify the property § • problems of your heirs . 5 : The Will County National Bank offers you present relief from § worry and routine detail in the form of a Living Trust . 5 : Let us explain-how such an arrangement will work to your £ | , , advantage NOW . 1 : lll . t &gt; , !• . 1 . - \ S l J 0 iH ¦ - ¦ : - ¦ S I- WILL COUNTY NATIONAL Ij BANKE Capital and Surplus $ 400 , 000 . 00 I ; ; OFFICERS • : CHA 8 . B . WILSON , President CHARLES F . HINBICHS , Uwhtar c : JOHN L . ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 30 October 1929
SEE THE NEW FRESHMAN MASTERPIECE RADIO SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model A * Low as $ 49 . 50 y ^ WEKH 2 ^ 5 S 2 i D ^ SS Joliet , Illinois JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY TELEPHONE 4824 619 E . Clinton Street Joliet , Illinois | IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH 1 AGRICULTURAL 1 1 LIMESTONE = £ ¦ Sweetens Your Acid Soil and Aids You = §§ to Grow Legumes . = j == To limestone your soil is the first step in the program of son fertility .. £ 5 SS A test of your soil will determine the amount of limestone needed ., sr =: We are in a position to make truck deliveries ! or carload shipments . = \ Markgrat Stone C0 . fj Railroad St , Route 7 = j Phone 2965 Joliet ; 111 . j 1 II 1 I 1 I 1 IIIIIIIIIIII 1 III 1 II 1 I 1 I 11 IIIII 11 III 11 I 111 I 1 I 1 III 1 I 1 I 1 IIII 1 II 1 IIIIIIII 1 I 1 H | | | *»—————WW ^&gt;»^«¦ i m ¦ - ¦¦ ¦¦ as . M ¦ ¦¦—w «» M ^ a —« a—a » s I ^^ t ^ Aifc ^^^ Established 1891 Ml JOLIET ilaMP NATIONAL BANK ¦ I . —„ * ...
5000 Livestock Men Visit Terminals on FarmBureauTours [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
5000 Livestock Men Visit Terminals on FarmBureauTours Growers Learn Truths of Co-operative Marketing by First Hand Observation Upwards of 5 , 000 Illinois live stock growers have visited the terminal markets on Farm Bureau conducte d tours during the past two years to witness the selling of their livestock through their own co-operative Producer sales agencies , according to estimates of Ray E . Miller , livestock marketing director for the Illinois Agricultural Association . The grower not only observes all the channels through which the pig and steer passes before going to the coolers , but he sees at first hand the need for a large organization with effective bargaining power to represent him where buyer and seller meet . As a result of these c 6 nducted tours to the principle markets in and adjoining Illinois , farmers are requiring , a . vision of the need for co-operation not only at home but also ¦ in the market centers . • More effective bargaining for price is only one of t...
McLean Team Gets 1 . A . A . Cup at Baseball Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
McLean Team Gets 1 . A . A . Cup at Baseball Banquet The McLean County Farm Bureau baseball team , 1929 state champions , will be presented with the Illinois Agricultural Association silver trophy at a banquet on Wednesday night , Nov . 6 at Bloomirigton , 111 ., according to announcement received by the Will County Farm Bureau . The McLean county victory marks the first time in the history of the League , organized six years ago , that the state championship has gone to a ¦ team outside of Division III which includes Tazewell , Marshall - Putnam , Woodford , and Peoria counties . During the past five years Marshall-Put-nam s team has won the ichampionship three times and Tazewell twice , Twenty-one County Farm Bureau teams competed this year . The last game of the year which decided the state championship was played at Bloomington on Oct . 26 . The game not only gave McLean a clear title to the championship , but demonstrated what a fighting , spirited bunch of players can do thoug...
Dairymen Hold Enthusiastic Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Dairymen Hold Enthusiastic Meeting A chart picture of 52 Will County dairy herds was received with great favor by the enthusiastic group of the members from two Will County Dairy Herd Improvement Associations at the Annual Meeting at the Will County Farm Bureau office , Wednesday evening , October 30 . Used for the first time by any association , the results of last year s work emphasized many interesting angles of milk production that are , not-, usually considered . The true • story of the-rec-ords - of more than . 800 cows was ; br 6 ught put by a series of 3 charts designed and explained by J . H . Brock , ? assi giant » jin ^ KDairyi-Extensibriv ; of • -the bftiilg ^^^^^^^^^ i All . herds in both associations were arranged in graphic form according to average fat production . from the highest herd to the lowest , the cental line of the graph , representing the average of 302 . 4 lbs . of fat . This efficient production of the Will County cows is 12 pounds higher than the av era...
Umvl ' myManti Us for mttfaSeed [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Umvl myManti Us for mttfaSeed A couple of Weeks ago when Dr . Pieper and Prof . Hackleman of the University of Illinois were in the county treating , the -plots of Canada thistles and quack grass with chlorates , I happened to mention the fact that we still had . a bunch of thistle seed left over from our fair exhibit this , suhimer . To my surprise Dr . Pieper at once asked me to send the seed to him saying that the thistles at Urbana did not make enough seed for them to show their students what they looked like . Forthwith we packed the seed , down and all in , a box and sent it to them and have just received a letter back : from ; Dr . Piepers assistant which we are printing . We are happy to know that thistles can be of some use to somebody . Dear Mr . Braham : Dr . Pieper is in southern Illinois foi &lt; a few days making chlorate applications on onions and garlic again so I am answering your letter for him . We have received the box of thistle down and I trust that it ...
DESTRUCTIVE CHICKEN POX CHECKED BY NEW POULTRY VACCINE . - [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
DESTRUCTIVE CHICKEN POX CHECKED BY NEW POULTRY VACCINE . - A new type of vaccine prepared by the experiment station of the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois to protect poultry raisers of . the state against the heavy losses annually caused by chicken pox , or avian diptherla , is now available ! through qualified veterinarians , it Js announced by Dr . Robert Graham , chief in animal pathology and hygiene . The new . vaccine originally was developed by DeBlieck of Holland and ; is what is known as a living virus . As such , it- should not- be confused with the many commercial vaccines on the market at ; the present time , Dr .: • Graham warned . Vaccine for a liiriiteid number of flocks can be secured-by poultrymen upon application to . their local veterinarian . The only requirernents attached to distribution of the new vaccine are that : instructions for its application be followed carefully and records ; of : ; Ksulte ; furni . Bhe ^ - o . n ^ xe ^ l «^ JSrPS . p ^ ...
FARMERS WANT DUTY ON HIDES , SENATE IS TOLD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
FARMERS WANT DUTY ON HIDES , SENATE IS TOLD Farm organizations joined today in an appeal to ; senators to resist the movement for the elimination of the proposed- duty on hides . A statement signed by the American Farm Bureau federation , - the National Cooperative Milk Producers federation , the National Dairy ] bunion , the National Live Stock Producers association , the American Live Stock aswciation , and other organization s was sent to all members of the seriate . Senator P ? L . Goldsborough ( Rep ., Md . ) has made known his intention to offer an amendment restoring hides to the free list as in the present law , but at the same time to place a duty -on leather . The finance committee has approved the 10 per cent duty on hides provided In-the . house bill . The farm to senators ask for a duty of six cents organizations .- ^ their communication per pound onjgreen hides and ten cents per pound on \ dry hides instead of the 10 per cent ^ rate of tho pending measure . _ , i , ? 5...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Albert B . Fall . Washington . —Albert B . Fall , former secretary of the interior , was sentenced to a year in jail and lined $ 100 , 000 by Justice William . Hits in the Supreme court . of the District of Columbia following his conviction on a charge of accepting $ 100 , 000 from Edward L . Dolieny after he had leased the Elk Hills naval reserve to the California oil operator . A jury held that the transaction , which took place eight years ago , constituted bribery .
100 LIVES LOST IN 4 LAKE SHIPWRECKS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
100 LIVES LOST IN 4 LAKE SHIPWRECKS Disasters in 52 Days Set Record for Michigan . Chicago . —Lake Michigan has taken a toll of 100 lives in the last fifty-two days , . during which four ships have gone to the bottom , three sent there by v storms and the fourth by collision . The list of lost vessels—the Andaste , tlie Milwaukee , the Wlscon is ^ n , aridiOie iS ^ atDXTs ^ ahlisu ^ The Senator , the latest to go flown in the lake , was in a collision , due to fog , with the freighter Marquette , 20 miles off . Port AVashington , midway between Milwaukee and Sheboygan . Of twenty-eight in the Senator s crew eighteen are known to have been rescued . Seven , including the captain and first mate , were seen to drown or have been given up as lost . The Senator , a freighter , was carrying 241 automobiles , consigned to Detroit . The Marquette carried $ 40 ,- 000 worth of lump ore , loaded at Escanaba , Mich ., for South Chicago . The ships , lives lost , and dates of the catastrophes ar...
NO TARIFF ALLOWED ^ TO BRITISH FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
NO TARIFF ALLOWED ^ TO BRITISH FARMERS Government Holds It Would Raise Living Costs . London . —The Labor government has rejected demands for tariff protection to British agriculture . For months the farmers l « avo been asking the government for measures to prevent the dumping of German wheat in England , the imports of which were 25 times greater this year than last . In parliament Conservative members demanded measures to counteract the German wheat imports , either through an import tax or through a subsidy to the British wheat growers . In refusing the demand , Minister of Agriculture Buxton said the Labor partys stand is that food import tax would mean higher living costs and that it was impossible to levy an import tax under the existing An-glo-German commercial treaty . He rejected the subsidy proposal as . impracticable . The Labor government cannot • grant a subsidy , nor solve this problem of British agriculture any more easily than could the last government , Mr . Buxton...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS • A new army hospital Is being planned , by the War department for construction at Fort . Banks ; Winthrop ; Mass . • The Japanese delegation to the fivepower naval armaments meet will be , official guests of President Hoover late in December , itis learned . Few women have made the grade ; for government foreign service despite the fact it was seven years ago that a woman blazed the trail Into this , field . The bureau of agricultural economics disclosed that statistics for 1928 showed that farm mortgages in the United States at the start of the current y # ar aggregated $ 9 , 468 , 000 , 000 . The federal farm board disclosed ¦ that it will cause to be made a survey of the California grape situation as a basis for adopting some program with relation to that crop next year . Appeals for , a stronger national policy of forest development and conservation were made before President • Hoover by representatives of dele-, gates in Washington for the national forestry ....
Chicago Cleaners Lock Out Help in 110 Plants [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Chicago Cleaners Lock Out Help in 110 Plants Chicago . —Chicago master cleaners and dyers at a conference voted unanimously to close their 110 plants in the city and lock out their 2 , 500 union employees until they agree to return to work on an open shop basis . The master cleaners estimate that indirectly their move will affect approximately 45 , 000 men and women in the cleaning industry . Catches 110-Pound Wolf Bhinelander , Wis . —Anton Fliethm exhibited the carcass of a 110-pound tiiuber wolf that he caught in a trap . Troops to Guard Polls Mexico City . —The petition of Mexican women to serve as guards at the : polls in the presidential election next month has been refused by the department of the interior with the . promise that federal troops would be assigned to prevent disorder or fraud during the voting . Big Road Program for Georgia Atlanta , Ga . —Georgia will begin an ¦ $ 8 , 000 , 000 road-building program In December .