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WATSON HELPS FRAME NEW UTAH TAX LAWS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
WATSON HELPS FRAME NEW UTAH TAX LAWS The counsel of John C . Watson , tax director for tho Illinois Agricultural Association , was sought recently when a special commission for tax law revision in the State of Utah meeting at Salt Lake City heard him present the farmer s case as chief witness for the Utah State Farm Bureau . Salt Lake City newspapers reporting the tax sessions in front page headlines recognize Doctor Watson as the tax expert from Illinois come to help Utah improve its present system of taxation . A state income tax will probably be included in the report of the tax commission before a coming special session of the Utah state legislation . Exactly This might be a brighter world , too , if some radio singers could sing as well as they think they can . —Los Angeles Times . -
^[ ews c Nuggets From Illinois [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
^[ ews c Nuggets From Illinois William Wallace and James Brummett , farmers , were killed when an automobile stalled on a Big Four railroad crossing west of Eldorado was struck by a train . Walking across the national highway , east of Marshall , Fred Reedy , bachelor farmer , ^ thirty-two , was killed by an auto driven by Ben Sinclair of Martinville . . • A bronze tablet was . unveiled by Granite City citizens in tribute to the late George W . Niedrlnghaus , the city s founder . Persons in all walks of life attended the ceremonies . Assertion that less drinking is being done at the University of Illinois than ever before was made before the Urbana Exchange club by Fred Turner , assistant dean of men at the institution . C . J . Askew , forty-two years old , farmer , living east of Minonk , is minus both hands , having caught them in the revolving rollers of a corn husking machine when he attempted to remove a lodged stalk . N . P . Ssnford , g * n * r « l msnsfer for the Hotel Wolf...
NATIONAL GRAIIN CORP . ORGANI -ZED UNDER GUIDANCE OF - I - ^ ARR ^ BilARiy . ^^ v • • ¦ . £ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
NATIONAL GRAIIN CORP . ORGANIZED UNDER GUIDANCE OF - I - ^ ARR ^ BilARiy . ^^ v • • ¦ . £ With the filing of Articles of Incorporation at Wilmington , Delaware , October 29 the Farmers National Grain Corporation , a central marketing agency for the grain cooperatives of the United States camel into legal existence with headquarters in Chicago . This is the nrst National Commodity co-operative sales association to be set up under the guidance of the Federal Farm Board . The Farmers National Grain Corporation is organized on a strictly cooperative basis which will make use—to the greatest extent possible—of all existing farmer-owned grain marketing facilities . The organization will have . adequate capital and if given the support of existing farmer-owned grain marketing associations will handle annually a volume considerably in excess of 500 ,- 000 , 000 bushels of all grains . General and active management of the corporation will be in the hands of a general manager , who , the by-l...
SNAKEROOT WEED POISON MAY BE CARRIED BY UNSUSPECTED MILK . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
SNAKEROOT WEED POISON MAY BE CARRIED BY UNSUSPECTED MILK . Milk sickness , which has stirred up new alarm with its annual outbreak in Illinois , is a disease which strikes in the dark , so to speak , according to Dr . Robert Graham , chief in animal pathology and hygiene at the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois . The poison may be present in milk before the animals actually show symptons , he explained . The disease is caused by drinking the milk from cows grazing in pastures infested with the white snakeroot weed . Heating or pasteurizing poisonous milk , so far as is known , may not completely destroy the poison , according to Dr . Graham . This means that before the disease can be prevented in man it must first be prevented in dairy cattle . This can be done by destroying the guilty white snakeroot weed in pastures where it now prevails . As long as dairy cattle have access to pastures where this weed grows , the milk from them should not be used for human consumpti...
Nova Scotia , Dry Nine Years , Votes for Liquor [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Nova Scotia , Dry Nine Years , Votes for Liquor Halifax , N . S . —Following Ontario s overwhelming indorsement of its threeyear test of government controlled liqor sales , the province of Nova Scotia adopted a similar system , voting out of existence its nine year temperance act . Tliis leaves only tiny Prince Edward island in the dry column in Canada . Pageant of Development ¦ Washington . —The development of the western continent will be portrayed at the seventh annual Bal Boheme of the Arts club of Washington , January 27 . Decorations will range from tropical forests to snowy peaks of Alaska . Von Buelow Is Dead . Rome . —Prince von Buelow , once German -ambassador to Italy and then the German chancellor , died at his villa here , aged eighty .
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
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SEX FILMS GREAT MORAL AID [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
SEX FILMS GREAT MORAL AID By . DR . WILLIAM MARSTON , Former Harvard Psychologist Erotic emotions are among the finest things life has to offer . In moving pictures this fine art of emotions should be retained and cultivated rather than eliminated . If there were more of the emotions of love in life there would be less war . I caution club women to go easy in their censorship campaign . Without the unique appealjof the erotic actress it is highly improbable that motion pictures would have ever developed to their present standing . Screen stars represent the ideal of the feminine world . The most pleasant of life s emotions is love . If a woman s influence takes the form of taboos—cutting out the interesting things that matter and leaving the tilings of no value then their influence is misused . I venture to say motion pictures and the one-piece bathing suit have done more good in lifting the moral standards of the age than all of the social agencies combined . / -.
WORLD'S OLDEST MAN 252 , LIVES IN CHINA [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
WORLDS OLDEST MAN 252 , LIVES IN CHINA Survives 23 Wives , Present One Is Siszty ... ... ¦ . ¦• : Helping , China . —The world s oldest man , who , It his given age is correct , would antedate the American republic by almost a century . Has been found in Kaibsien , a town in southern Sze-chu jn province , according to Prol . Wu Ohung-chieh , dean ot the department of education at Mtnkuo university here . The man in question is LI Chingyung , . Dynastic records verify to the professor s satisfaction that LI is now In his two hundred and fifty-second year , or more than one-fourth as old as Methuselah , the old man of the Bible , who lived HO !) years . The professor is Interested especially tn U jecause tie is reported to have found a fountain ot youth in the shape of medicinal plants growing on the hills of Vcnnan . and liweichow Doctor Wu bas gone to Sze-cbum province to tench and Is urging the patriarch to visit feiping , so that the secret ot his longevity can be investigated . S...
Teeth Lost , Pain Comes ; Teeth Found , Pain Goes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Teeth Lost , Pain Comes ; Teeth Found , Pain Goes Poplar Bluff , Mo . —Lee Sheldon s new store teeth didnt fit very well , so he decided to wear them at night to break them in . It was all very well until he awoke recently . and missed them . A pain developed in his stomach and he was taken to a ; hospital for examination . Two days , passed and the pain Increased : Sheldon was reported in a serious condition ; Then his wife phoned she had found the teeth near the bed ; The pain ceased and a few hours later Sheldon was released , cured .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HAYDEN , Editor Published in the Interest of the Farmer Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , Illinois Telephone 49 T 6 AD unsoKcfted articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Farmers Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk and the publishers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertising will be run until ordered out . Enterrd as second class mall matter at the post office at Jollot , HI ., under Act of Congress , March S , 187 B .
HOW'S YOUR STOCK ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
HOWS YOUR STOCK ? Now that some twenty or thirty billions hajve been won and lost manipulating the stock market by people who do not own the stock , how are your actual stock holdings ? v * Is the clothes pin factory still perculating ? If your American steel or Commonwealth Edison is still reposing safely in your strong box don t fret about its future . In real life the returns on your actual stock will . be what the company earns , less the expense , and operation , and your original capital will be as substantial as the physical assets of the concern you are financially a partner in , because you are a partner in every concern in which you own stock , just to the extent of the number of shares you own and the par value of the same . Margining stock for the sake of a little gamble may have made some people very rich but if it did it made the people betting against them very poor .. A great many people like to take a little fling at fortune . To set in a game of poker might embarra...
Alaskans Quit- ' Villages for Winter in Towns [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Alaskans Quit- Villages for Winter in Towns Fairbanks , Alaska . —Interior villages and camps in Alaska are , being de serted £ or the winter months . Schools churches and theaters tn larger towns are the magnets attracting resident ? of more isolated places . NenaM Xanana and this town are esperienc Ing a house suortage because of . tin autumn inllus . • , *• • .. ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ •¦ • ¦¦ •¦¦•¦¦•¦ • • • •¦¦» M &gt; M i t * i **** * } t
Women Climbers Tell Mountain God ' s Wrath [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
Women Climbers Tell Mountain God s Wrath Yakima , Wash . —An exhibition j of the wrath of the mountain J god , in which tons of snow and % ice roared down the side of « j &gt; Mount Rainier to crash Into a ; j I deep gulch , endangering the ^ lives , of hikers , was witnessed Ti by Mrs . Clyde Pearson and her . sister , Mrs . L . J . Gainor , on a j ! recent trip . . J The women climbed as far as * i the timber line and then sat « j down to admire the snow- j capped peak with Its halo of \ clouds . Suddenly the peace- * 1 ful scene was transformed Into « , rumbling chaos as an avalanche « of snow broke away from the J ! mountain side and crashed Into a gulch . I It was the same crevasse , « Mrs . Pearson said , that had ^ claimed the lives of two mountaineers earlier In the season . !
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
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SENATE IS URGED TO ACT SOON On TARIFF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 6 November 1929
SENATE IS URGED TO ACT SOON On TARIFF President Hopes for Passage Within Fc-y Days . &gt; . ^ YashIngton . —President Hoover- 1 Is - . exerting his influence on the tariff bill by the senate . In a statement Issued from the White House the President urged its passage within the next two weeks . He reiterated unwillingness to interfere in controversies over rale schedules , but asserted that a tariff bill should be enacted and campaign promises for adequate protection for agriculture and industry be carried out . The immediate effect of the President s statement . was a torrent of ora- , tory in the senate . Members resented - his . suggestion that their inability to legislate has created a grave situation . It was the prevailing opinion , that it would be utterly impossible to . pass the bill within two weeks . The President s altitude , however , served . to end talk of an early adjournment of the special session or abandonment of tariff legislation . It now appears • proba...