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McDonogh , Lone ^ Woif , In Big Auto Racel > i i J [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

McDonogh , Lone ^ Woif , \ In Big Auto Racel > i i J •BOB / APDONOCH INDIANAPOLIS , IND . —Bob McDonogh , lead footed member of the younger driving contingent , will be a lone wolf in the International 600mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway , May 30 . McDohogh who was reared under the guiding wing of Tommy Milton is now out on his own . He is an outstanding member of the small group of American stars who may be depended upon to give the foreign group a tussle of speed before the laurels can be taken to Europe .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

CORDTIRES SPECIAL PRICES SOxSH Cord . — ... ......... $ 6 . 75 81 x 4 Oversize Cord ................ 11 . 75 88 x 4 Oversize Cord ................ 12 . 45 83 x 4 Oversize Cord .... _ ...... „; . 17 . 25 34 x 4 Oversize Cord ...... „ ...... ^ 19 . 95 S Gal . Enarco Motor Oil ... 3 . 85 8 Gal . Supreme Motor On .... 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United States Tire . Dealer 512 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 SEE THE NEW HIESHMANMASTERPIECERADIO SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 Joliet , Illinois ffl ^ HSHSHSB FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and Mechanical Brake Experts . See us if year brakes dont bold . We use an all-weather lining JOLIET AUTO BRAKE CO The Home ol Better Brakea 805 N . Jain St . PHONE 4684 .- »¦ ¦ - ¦ -:. ;¦ ••¦ - •¦ - ¦ . , •y ¦ - ¦ MHeVale ^ eaB FOR SALE Accredited dairy cows , ready to go Into any herd without testhig . Heavy Springers , Hoisteins . Guernseys , etc . After looking them over yon wfil be surprised to And oar cattle pr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

l>^mmt^mH- $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Else To Buy ; ., , ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free ^^^¦^¦¦¦¦^ H ^ BHB WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly West side of St . Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 ^— ^ HAVE PETE DO IT AI ITl lsEAT COVERS fill I U PLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 !¦¦¦¦¦¦ -.. ¦ ¦ 4 SUPREMERadiatorBodyCo.BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REPAIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463- J B ^ BVMa ^ B ^ BVB ^ BlMB * BYB ^ iB ^ BVIHB ^ BVBlBVBlB ^ BMBVB CaseE-BPlanters-Have,TKemAll1—ACCURACY OF DROP . 2—ACCURACY OF CHECK . 3—UNIFORMITY OF DEPTH . 4—PLANTING SPEED . 5—SIMPLICITY OF CONSTRUCTION . HENNEBERRYIMPLEMENTCO.803 N . CHICAGO STREET JOLIET , ILL . ¦* ^ F r .- ^ r -=,- — t I m ^~* T & mWtosmm £ ^ ^^ 1 Establlshsd 1 S 91 JOLIETIBHNATIONALBANK( i It is reported that President Coolidge runs his personal ; affairs on the budget plan . That he has saved a lot of his -, salary and ho...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 8 May 1929

WiANING 4 DYINC SBWKt | S PETER KRAxVIER > f SON || IS » Masquerade . CostwSejJS ^ ^ Masks and , Mtteup ^§| M Phone Plainfield U ^^ M ^ Main and Kast « rn l ATe . i ^ I ti & •PtatalWd , nmMisVf- MM ^ Phone ^ 4965 ^ - , M ? 657 E . Jefferson . . 8 i . - <^^ K SI Joilet / nilnolr 1 - :: f $% ¥ § . .^&%*m ¦ : ,. - . i •ta |< BOGGS TIRE ^ U ^ 988 COLl > INS STREET , • > - ^ NEW AND . USED TBRES . -vtpt AND ACCESSORIES , il // ; ^ Special attention given to our out-o & % . $ town customers - , •H - ^ Heavy Duty Adjusted Tires , Tread-1 Almost New $ 8 . 50 and Up ; = ¦ . % < ¦ ^ v Return any used tire bought of , us at ; our list price and proving unsatlraao- \ tory within SO days and set another at ; . . J l , r ^ i 1 - T-. f •¦ rA ¥ , •- ¦)( : •(- fc . Valuable Information Is also given as to how you , can use the malls : to secure , orders and Inquiries ( or your products or services ....

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MILLER OUT OF PRISON [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

MILLER OUT OF PRISON Thomas W ; Miller . Atlanta , Ga . —Thomas W . Miller , former alien . property custodian and secretary of state of Delaware , has been released from the Atlanta federal prison on parole . Miller served more thnn a year for , ¦ conspiracy to defraud the government . His original term was 18 months .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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$ 216 , 000 , 000 RISE - NOTED IN EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

$ 216 , 000 , 000 RISE - NOTED IN EXPORTS First Quarter of 1929 Shows Imports Up $ 52 , 000 , 000 . Washington . —American exports for the first quarter of 1929 showed an increase In value of more than $ 216 ,- 000 , 000 compared with the same period last year ; , while the value of Imports was $ 52 , 000 , 000 greater than in the first three months of 1928 , the Com merce department reported ; The value of exports for the quarter was placed at $ 1 , 419 , 503 , 982 compared with $ 1 , 202 , 842 , 190 in the corresponding . months last year . The estimate of the total value of imports into the United States for the three months this year was $ 1 , 122 , 107 , 980 compared with $ 1 , 069 , 388 , 337 for the first quarter of 1928 . , Marcii exports totaled $ 489 , 737 , 153 , compared , with $ 420 , 016 , 573 .. for the / sanjglfcMnth of 1928 , ; an ^ tncrease of ^^ W » W 0 ! 6 iWV « lfe * arete ^ fep « M Itotmed , $ 383 , 803 , 982 compared with $ 380 , 437 , 248 for Marcii last year...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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$ 2 , 096 , 000 to Heirs of 214 Lost With Steamer [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

$ 2 , 096 , 000 to Heirs of 214 Lost With Steamer Seattle , Wash . —A memorandum report awarding $ 2 , 096 , 000 to heirs of 214 of the 398 persons who drowned when the steamer Princess Sophia sank October 25 , 1918 , was made by a decision filed in Federal court by United States Commissioner A . C . Bowman . Striking Vanderbilt reef , north of Juneau , Alaska , during a blinding snow squall , the ship sank with every one on board . Leaves 250 Descendant * St . Cloud , Minn . —Two hundred and fifty descendants survive John Schenk , ninety-nine years old , pioneer farmer , who Is dead at his home near here . His widow is ninety-seven years old . Mussolini Lowert Marriage Ages Rome . —Premier Mussolini , in the hope of increasing the number of Italian offspring , has caused the lowering of the legal marriage ages from eighteen to sixteen for the husband and from fifteen to fourteen for the wife . Racketeers Exact $ 500 , 000 Chicago . —Assistant State s Attor : nejr Covellt declared l...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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DUMBBELL OLUB IS FORMED BY FLYERS " i > a- [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

DUMBBELL OLUB IS FORMED BY FLYERS i > a- 5 / Army Officers ^ Organize Select . Fraternity . San Antonio , T | xas . —Kelly field here now has a selects fraternity rivaling the famous Elyfiig Jackass club of Wright field . It is Cal \ ea the Jgumbbell club , and /^ ike the other orB & jfcs y HjOn , lias a membership limited to ofllcttfsnV ^ distinguished themselves by some prizeMflt JoJfiSidne-head flying . «/^ V \ Vh £ n an air corps * officer lias performer $ infi j feat like ; hitting a mule in the vast rGtfeJes < tf IKelly , field , tak- ? Slf \? K for Dallas title north in the nWrfti ( jhr-a . vi lanrting . iit dusk 60 miles southeast 6 &/ 3 £ r . out of gas , or fulling out of an u 1 t )> fpi . u at 1 , 100 feet for no good reason ? his deeds must not go . unsung , lle ^ is elected to the Dumbbell club and niade custodian of the sacred banner , the dumbbell flag . He inscribes his niiine on the banner in the presencefof a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Bus Crashes Into Truck ; Five Passengers Killed [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Bus Crashes Into Truck ; Five Passengers Killed Monroe , Mich . —Five persons were killed , four seriously injured , and twelve others received-minor injuries when a Cleveland to Detroit bus of the Greyhound lines struck - the rear end of a truck belonging to Motor Freight , Inc . The dead are : H . Westerman , forty , of Chicago . Mrs . Emma Marettus , sixty-six , of Los Angeles , Calif . Frank Cinderlch , twenty-one , of Centervllle , Iowa . Mildred Proctor , sixteen , of Palnesville , Ohio . F . J . Giaff , forty-two , of Detroit , Mich . Example for Saving If you want to learn to save , watch your friends with money . They are the ones who have worked out the short cuts . —American Magazine .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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The Weekly Historical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

The Weekly Historical WILLIAM JURRES William Jurres , retired , is a highly esteemed citizen of Peotone , where he has spent practically his entire life . He was born on a { arm in Wilton Township , Will County , November 23 , 1862 , the son of Frederick and Lesette ( Barton ) Jurres . In 1864 Frederick Jurres brought his family to Peotone Township , where he becarrte owner of 160 acres of well improved land . This farm is now owned 1 by his widow , Mrs . Jurres . At the . age of 16 years William Jurres left his father s farm and was employed in various capacities for a time . Later he entered the employ of Martin Collins , hardware merchant of Peotone . In 1896 he purchased the business from Mr . Collins , in partnership With his brother , Fred Jurres . About ; 1920 William Jurrejs became sole owner of the business . He retired two years later and Iturned- over his interests to his son , Gilbert Jurres , who is now associated with his brother-in-law , Stacey Barton . The firm is kn...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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HOOVER PLANS TOUR OF MEXICO , PANAMA [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

HOOVER PLANS TOUR OF MEXICO , PANAMA Southern States Also Included in Two-Month Trip . Washington . — President Hoover plans a wide travel tour of the United States and a visit to foreign shores immediately after adjournment of congress . His trip will keep him constantly on the go from seven to eight weeks , ending with a short vacation at his old home at Palo Alto , Calif . For the most part he will travel , through the southern states . He has invitations from practically all of them arid plans to accept as many as possible . He also expects to board a battleship on a tour of the West Indies , a visit to Panama and Mexico . Naturally the President will be able to remain In any one place only a short while , so for-the time he . Is touring ; the United , States he will virtuatlF ^^ n ^ a ^ pe ^ rMhv ?* - •* ; - ^ He . contemplates visiting Virginia , North and , South Carolina , Georgia , Florida , the Gulf slates and a number of resorts in Texas . From there he probably will so t...

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Kills 3 Children and Wife 111 in Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Kills 3 Children and Wife 111 in Hospital Philadelphia . — Peter Thomas , a plasterer , finding himself the center of unpleasant neighborhood gossip , planned to kill his wife , his three children , a stepson , and himself . The stepson , who had been ordered to stay home from school , remembered It was examination week and stole out the back door . Thomas plans were carried out otherwise , except that his own wounds probably will not prove mortal . Thomas summoned a „ taxicab and drove to the Jewish hospital , where his wife had been ill for two months . He advanced towards her with a term of endearment and , drawing the pistol with which he had slain the children , sent three bullets through the . woman s chest , killing her instantly . Turning the gun on himself , Thomas fired twice Into his body and fell to the floor . In his pocket attendants found a knife with a 12-inch blade .

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Wants Government Ships to Move Surplus Grain [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Wants Government Ships to Move Surplus Grain Topeka , Kan . —Emergency use of Idle government-owned . ships during the next two months to move surplus grain supplies from the United States to foreign marke . ts before harvest of the next crop has been suggested by Gov . Clyde M . Reed of Kansas . Sinclair Behind the Bars Washington . —Harry F . Sinclair , nilllonaire oil operator and- sportsman , surrendered himself at the district Jail to begin service of the three months sentence imposed on him for contempt of the senates Teapot Dome investigating committee , five years ago . Cuba to Bar Florida Fruit Havana . —Because of the Mediterranean fruit fly in Florida , fruit from that state will be barred from Cuba by presidential decree .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FIRST CO-OPERATIVE WHITE WASH RING FORMED IN ILLINOIS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

FIRST CO-OPERATIVE WHITE WASH RING FORMED IN ILLINOIS Bloomington Dairymen out to Capture Worlds Quality Milk Record Dairymen about Bloomington ; are out to win the . world s record for producing the cleanest , highest quality milk delivered to any market , announces A . D . Lynch , . director of dairy marketing for the Illinois Agricultural Association , in commenting upon the- organization of the first co-operative whitewash spray ring to be established in Illinois , The 385 members 0 £ the .. McLean County Milk Producers , a co-operative milk selling organization in the heart of the corn belt , recently purchased an outfit to whitewash the interiors of their dairy barns . A $ 225 spray outfit was purchased on a co-operative basis which will be taken from farm to farm in the war on dirt and microbes . The dairymen will pay for the whitewash plus a small overhead charge to write off the investment . Eighty-three farmers already have applied to use the outfit when it arrives from th...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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ILLLINOIS FARMER GETS THE BEST TRICE ON AGRICULTURAL STONE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

ILLLINOIS FARMER GETS THE BEST TRICE ON AGRICULTURAL STONE The Department of Commerce pub- . Hshes ; 3 ai ^ uai ^ lion aibouV > rstpne ^ . ^ ui 5 rrfed -ln , 7 : t lfe ( United States . That report covering production , for the year 1927 shows the amount-of agricultural limestone produced in . each state and the average net quarry price at which it was sold . Here is Uncle Sam s record : Tons Av . Price Produced Per Ton Illinois 647 , 100 ? . 89 % - Iowa 163 , 680 . 95 % Michigan 202 , 220 . 97 Indiana 200 , 560 1 . 05 Kentucky 57 , 910 1 . 14 Missouri 61 , 750 1 . 26 Ohio 164 , 110 1 . 64 Wisconsin . 103 , 530 1 . 86 % Total United States . 2 , 200 , 470 1 . 52 Figures compiled by Mr . J . R . Bent of the Illinois Agricultural Association show that Illinois farmers used 717 , 615 tons in 1927 , which indicates that Illinois imported . 70 , 455 tons more than the state produced , this amount being imported from Indiana , Iowa and Missouri .

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Act to Remove U . S . War Dead from Russ Soil [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Act to Remove U . S . War Dead from Russ Soil Kansas City , ICan . —Bodies of American war dead buried in northern Russia and Siberia are to be removed to the United States as soon as the graves are located , it was announced by Eugene P . Carver , Jr ., commander In chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars . Mr . Carver said the Russian people s commissariat for foreign affairs has agreed to co-operate with the veterans organization in locating the graves and removing the bodies , which are those of soldiers who fell on the Eastern front in the World war . Freshman Is Heavy Boston . —Northeastern this year boasts the largest freshman class ever to enter the schpol—also the largest freshman . The obese gentleman is Eugene Rock of Maiden , who weighs 310 pounds and stands 6 feet 6 inches in his stocking feet . riojww Boat Trip The Facility was the first steamboat to navigate the waters of the Arkansas river above Fort Smith . The first trip was made in 1828 .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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706 COUNTIES -IN , U . ^ 6 N | 4 £ • fr ACCREDITED BOVINE < UST 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

706 COUNTIES -IN , U . ^ 6 N | 4 £ • fr ACCREDITED BOVINE &amp;lt; UST 4 Premium on Hogs From Accredited Areas Over Million Dollars in 1928 Bovine tuberculosis was eradicated from 219 counties in the United States last year according to information received by the . Illinois Agricultural Association from the Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington . This brings / thje total number . of modified accredited areas to 706 counties in which there is less than onehalf of one per cent tuberculosis infection among cattle as disclosed- ; by the last tuberculin test . These 706 counties are located In 15 different states and Include nearly half ot the counties in Illinois . According to Dr . R . J . Boyle , County Veternarian , Will Countys cattle reacted 60 % to the test when the work was first started and on the last test the reaction was a little less than 2 %% . It is expected that when the , next complete test is made sometime • next fall the loss will be below %% . \ which will make...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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LOCKPORT FARMER FINISHES BIG TASK [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

LOCKPORT FARMER FINISHES BIG TASK I finished liming my farm at exactly 10 : 45 o clock this morning , said Frank Lally of Lockport Township when he was in . the Farm Bureau office last Saturday , May 11 . Mr . Lally has been a strong advocate of the soil testing and liming project . He began his liming program back in 1916 and since that time has tested his entire farm and now has applied over 200 tons of stone . This has beenapplied at rates which varied according as the soil test indicated ) the need . The need for limestone constitutes one of the major problems on our Will County soils , and we hope , that it will not be long before more of our members come in ike Mr . Lally and report that they have that big job done .

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