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- • . . - T , " ¦ w * *; A Ct -wr-1 ? te ILLINOIS News Notes iMBMMMMMSHHBSHiHSHaiiiHHMB ^ MMSHB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

- • . . - T , ¦ w * *; A Ct -wr-1 ? te ILLINOIS News Notes iMBMMMMMSHHBSHiHSHaiiiHHMB ^ MMSHB John T . Nichols , a restaurant owner In Cairo , shot and killed himself while in bed at his . residence . Mrs . Ida M . Strong , wife of J . M . Strong , of Hoopeston , is dead folHrwIng a- long illness . ~ She was formerly Miss Ida McKibben . J *; Poison taken while despondenr * over 111 health caused the death of Mrs . Mary I . Holmes of Rockford , thirtyfive , mother of five -children . : Thomas Murphy of Galesburg has been sentenced to a year in ^ tlie Peoria county jail and fined $ 500 on three counts of violating the prohibition law . Hundreds of acres of corn has been planted in the Quincy area during the past week . From present indications there will be an exceptionally large crop of . strawberries in this section . Attorney General Oscar E . Carlstrom Will speak nt the Illinois encampment of the Veterans of Foreign -Wars to be held in Danville , . Tune 20 , 21 and 22 , C . E . We...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

the Old Poultryman Calendar Send dollar bill or money order LOUIS C . FREDERICK 7 L . Shawmut Avenue East Weymouth , Mass . s | HI ^ AS ^* - ^ Visit Niagara Falls , Canada and | l I \ the East via C & B Line Palatial Steamers | nilI ; TV r 7 HETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoy an all night s ride || ill 11 W on beautiful Lake Erie . C & B Line Steamers are magnificent El ill 11 floating hotels with large comfortable staterooms , excellent dining | | III 11 room service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancing on the |||| 1 i || l - - Autoisn , uvea day C & B Line-w » y . Avoid miles and ||||| 111 T I ? ew , C T B Cleveland and Buffalo Division 11 ( 1 III 11 Triangle Tour Etchwty , every flight . leaving at 9 : 00 p . m ., arriving I if El 1 LeaveCleveland . either 7 : 30 a . m ., ( B . S . T . ) May 1 st to November 15 th . . | l |[ l 1 p ° olfe I SSt ?! n |? e n S ! e Cleveland and Pt . Stanley , Can ., Division | l | j | 11 most pictur...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

CLIP THIS AD and Mail It With Your KODAK FILM TO MIDWEST PHOTO SERVICE JANESVILLE , WIS . Any Size Roll Developed and Six Glossy Prints *> Cr for Regular Price .... UO \ ONE DAY SERVICE Highest Quality Work Wrap the 25 c on End of Roll * PLAN AHEAD AFTER HARVEST APPLY A TOP DRESSING OF RHUMS LIME PHOSPHATE to your clover seeding . Natural forces will work it into the , soil It will strengthen the young plants , promote root growth , increase the crop , give the plant extra vitality to prevent winter kill . Increase on first-crop will probably pay for your order of RHUMS LIME PHOSPHATE—the 2 ml dual purpose plant food which , supplies not only phosphorus but also calcium—the desirable element of Kme . RUHM PHOSPHATE & CHEMICAL CO MT . PLEASANT , TENN . LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE EATON , R . Joliet Telephone S 162-R . H . L . 1 , , 111 . mtKKK /^^ Kj ^ Sm Y AlJ !! LTS * p > ° p « dr con- jl ^^ Ms ^ msmWmSSBSMSSM t „ tlr « eltd tar pcnnMMfac U p ^™^^ p ^^ s ...

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CLOSE TWO CHICAGO SCHOOLS- ^ -UNSAFE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

CLOSE TWO CHICAGO SCHOOLS- ^ -UNSAFE Many Others Are Reported to Be Falling to Ruin . Chicago . —Two elementary schools , erected in 1925 nt a cost of a half-mil-lion dollars each , were ordered closed by H : Wallace Caldwell , president of the school board , after three firms of consulting engineers had declared the buildings unsafe for occupation . Extensive repairs and a rigid system of d , atly Inspection were ordered ; for thirty other schools of the same type , built during the same period . • which , . according to the report of tlie engineers , are deteriorating so rapidly that they constitute a menace to the safety of children and teachers . As a result of the engineers findings , President Caldwell requested State s Attorney Swanson to start an investigation immediately to determine where the blame rests for faulty construction in the group of buildings , with a view to instituting court action against contractors and others involved . Engineering firms which ; since last ...

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* WASHINGTON BRIEFS I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

* WASHINGTON BRIEFS I The Department of Commerce announced that Cuba has put into effect a quarantine against fruits and vegetables from Florida . The senate Indian affairs commitk tee is planning to Investigate the government s treatment of its Indian wards in seven Western states . Thirty states have cast 121 , 159 votes for the wild rose us America s national flower . : . The columbine is next In preference with 40 , 736 votes . Sharp increases in tariffs on milk , cream , flaxseed and window glass were ordered by President Hoover in an effort to equalize the difference in cost of foreign and domestic production . „ The Post ¦ Office department an nounced that air-mail poundage for April totaled 510 , 725 pounds , a dally average of 17 , 024 , compared with 523 , 414 for March , a dally average of 16 , 884 pounds ., The Supreme court refused to grant . a rehearing on Its recent decision I regulating the crossing of the border by aliens from Canada to -work In the United-States . ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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GUERNSEY BREEDERS ANNOUNCE FIELD DAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

GUERNSEY BREEDERS ANNOUNCE FIELD DAY The biggest event in Guernsey history in Illinois will be June 20 th when Mrs . Chauncey McCormick and Mrs . Robert McCormick entertain the Guernsey Breeders of this State and all others interested in Guernsey cattle at St . James Farm and at CantignyFarm . This announcement was received from Mr . H . C . Horneman , SecretaryTreasurer ¦ : of the Illinois Guernsey Breeders Association . He promises that they 1 will have a program of nationally known breeders a ! nd educators and that . they will have a great cattle show . For . . people who are interested in Guernseys this looks to us like a big day . Pilgrim . Youthfat The average age of the Pilgrims with the exception of Brewster and his wife and Carver and his wife , was probably less than twenty-five years . William Bradford , their governor for so many years .. was then only thirty-three ; Edward Winslow , a subsequent governor , was ... then twenty-five ; Miles Standish WPS thir ty-six , Joh...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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BASEBALL COMMITTEE FACES HUGE TASK [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

BASEBALL COMMITTEE FACES HUGE TASK by FRANK LALLY The Baseball Committee after several meetings and a -survey of the county finds that it faces a huge task in attempting to organize a league of teams within the county . While much interest is being shown in the northern part of- the . county , the members in other parts are somewhat - scattered making the problem more difficult . As for a county team , the players would have a journey to the southern part of- the State in order to secure games in inter-county contests . In spite of this we believe we can , with the help of those interested , -give the project a good start this season , and therefore are sending out an S . O . S . to all baseball fans in Will County . We would like particularly to get in touch with old ball players who would organize and manage teams , and with all those who would play themselves . If we can get as many as two teams we will have made a very good start . By next year other counties in Northern Illinoi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

• ^¦^ Pa « LVon , Hln * sii » Hr « i 1 - & , -- ^ , - - i , - >& . ^& n ^? m % p && t > . . J Berlin . —Wiieri . hls ^ termespires in 1931 ^ President ; PanKvonsHlnderburg nowreighty-one /^ ears ^ old , i ! who j commanded the Germahuarmies in the World war later tO j become chief executive of the nation ; plans a final retirement to his-country estate .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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SUDAN GRASS MAKES EXCELLENT PASTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

SUDAN GRASS MAKES EXCELLENT PASTURE „ - ,.. by J . H . BROCK Sudan grass , a member of the sorghum family , may be used successfully asa . pasture crop and will furnish succulence during late summer . It is re- . sistant to ; drought . and heat , and makes a ^ gpod . pasturej- in late summer . It makes . its greateitegrowth and produces ^ h ? iP vo 8 t ? eed * f u T ^ B . July , August , and September . nwheri the avei-age pasture is . leastproductive . It is a warm weather ^ plant and .. should not ; be-seeded until the ^ ground ^ lB Hhoroly warm , usually Xrom 1 rMay-- 15 % to July ^ 1 : Sudan grass m ay ;^^ J ( ually : be : pastured ^• from , four to - * ix *_ weeksrafter itJTfs seeded . A , dairyman inl-McLesfn County > wlio , has , used this . cropT fori the -past ^ four years said ; <¦ ! JiikeVit < iarie 5 a . na : flna- itva . Wfe T » elp ^ B ^ l ^^^^^ JP ? i a > r »« l season , j . we :, are > ableito- turn -the , cows ¦...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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ARE YOU USING THE ' DAIRY HERD IMPROVE -MENT ASSOCIATION IDEA [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

ARE YOU USING THE DAIRY HERD IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION IDEA by GEORG ( BERLIN ) SCHULZ Since one year I am travelling around in America to see different , farms and to hear the opinions of different farmers . Not one farm is like the other one . Here I dont want to talk about the difference of the cows , the barns or the milking machines . I only want to talk of the different effect of . the Dairy Herd Improvement Association and only about that places where the . farmers think the D . H . I . A . to be a good and useful institution ,- , because I always was looking out for the farm with the 100 per cent success of the D . H ; I . A . I remember a great number of farmers explaining me their standpoint in the following typical words : Well , I think it would be good to test my cows . May be , I start next year . They didnt think just bad about the D . H . I . A . but the success of the D . H . I . A . on their farm could only be zero . Many farmers were only a short time in the associa...

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WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS ? ! - ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS ? ! - ¦ We have just heard a funy one . One of our friends recently overheard a man expressing his views : about the Farm Bureau . He said , The . Farm BUM reau is just a group of business men who have gotten together to fleece the farmers . Apparently the man , who happened to be from one of our northern townships , had just heard that the Farm Bureau has organized an oil supply company and since he took for granted that of course no farmer could possibly have business ability enough to organize an : oil company , vlt , must surely be a group of business men . We appreciate the compliment , ot- ^ course , of being called business ; men [ but we have been looking along time for the business man who : isi in the inhabit of returning his profits to the people who r-atronize his business and lost year the Will , County Farm Supply , Company re-turned-over ? 3 , 030 . 1 <¦ . Since this man must have been out of touch with the Farm Bureau for a long t...

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BUSY BEES INSTALL THEIR OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

BUSY BEES INSTALL THEIR OFFICERS by MRS . PHIL R . GOODWIN Saturday , May 4 th was the time for a meeting Of the Wesley Busy Bees wilh an attendance of 20 . -... . The meeting was opened bythe singing of several songs . !;• The leader again took charge of the meeting . As there were Several new girls who were wishing j to become members , the leader told of the work of the 4-H Club and also of the work to be taken up this year . ) After this , there was an initiation of nine new members into the Busy Bee s . Clothing Club . Then the officers jwho were elected at the previous meeting : were duly installed . , Sewing occupied the tinie the rest of the afternoon . j

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r , ; i l % ^ MbiBtni £ Au [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

r , ; i l % ^ MbiBtni £ Au * * jl ( Conlmuedifein Page One ) * V » . ij 7 ¦ l ^^ fB ^^ € ^^^;! - • , «^ £ « mM ^; B 8 li 47 * standsTas a record , ^^ n ^ one ^ nwnili ^^ UBlness . mmSS ^ B ^ a ^ m c ^ nty ffiffl $%$£ ™ mmm , ell over $ 10 , 000 ., ^ hicWa ^ ajf inSr & se . of nearly 40 % mmsbm ^ sa / ii ^ : ^^ e ^ Je ^ eyi / j ^ oimty 1 Farm Supply i ^ m ^ nylwrtln ; paid-in capital stock of ? fl 0 lop 0 6 pene % Va bulk plant at Jersey- ; ylne ^ pwatlhir-l three truck tanks , the llii ^ dgjsfeek ^ of the month . The DeWitt , iCtoumy JSeryice Co ., with $ 10 , 000 paidin ! capital , stock opened one station at • Cljntbrijwlth three truck tanks the • fourth ; week . Then HenryCounty Sup-. , ply ^ -Co ., with $ 16 , 000 paid-in capital stock . opened two stations operating six trucks from Osco and Kewanee the last few days of the month . / The ¦ , Adams County organization committee is actively Engaged in selling stock to finance three bulk plants , and . supply companies ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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THE COUNTRY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY REAL FARM FRIEND [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

THE COUNTRY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY REAL FARM FRIEND by E . L . WILSON One of the newest services of your Farm Bureau is life insurance . After a careful study of - all angles of life ( insurance by the ; Executive Committee of the Illinois Agricultural Association , extending over a period , of more than two years , they finally decided late in November ,. 1928 to start a life insurance company with the result that the County Life Insurance Co ., came Into existance , with these reservations that three million dollars must be re-ceived-by January 1 st , 1929 or the whole project would , be indefintely postponed , instead of three million dollars the result was that more than fourteen million dollars of applications for insurance was received by January 1 st , 1929 . Briefly the set up of the comnany is : It is a legal reserve company controlled by the Illinois Agricultural Association , the Illinois Agricultural Association has appointed in every county that has a Farm Bureau , the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

S * Bfl * NT ftPlH CATTLE • HEREFORD CATTLE FOR SALE . 184 cows with calves , 128 springer cows , 118 two year old springer heifers , 150 two year ojd steers , 246 yearling steers , 238 yearling heifers , 426 weaned calves , 5 registered bulls . Females all T . B . tested , can be sorted to suit purchaser . Clemmie . Buggies , Fairfield , Iowa , Box 441 . Phone 702 . 21-22 PURE BRED HOLSTEIN BULL , 10 months old . Alfred Grages , Beecher . FOR SALE TWO YEAR OLD PURE BRED HOLSTEIN BULL ; Wm . Rauscher , Plainfield . HORSES and MULES FOR SALE , REGISTERED BLACK 2 TEAR OLD STALLION , weight 1650 lbs . Henry Morris , Manhattan . Phone Manhatatn 223-L . ® POULTRY BARRED ROCK HATCHING EGGS , - $ 4 . per Hundred . Henry T . Lockner , R . 2 , Elwood . Phone 2650-Y-3 Joliet . ¦ ¦ .. . • ¦ . SEED . ¦ / .. . • WESTERN PLOWMAN SEED CORN . $ 4 per bu ., butted , tipped and shelled . Field selected and fire - dried . Mark McClure , Manhattan . Phone Manhattan L-17 . ¦ . . : WILL COUNTY FAVORITE S...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE— % H . P . INTERNATIONAL GAS ENGINE , with mag . $ 15 . Phone 6438 . 407 S . Ottawa St . 22-23 RECIPE FOR MAKING BREAD . To Readers of this paper ! will send a Valuable Recipe which will make Bread . Wholesome , Digestible , free from Fermentation , needs no buttermilk . The Bread when baked consists of ordinary Flour , water and Salt ; Any Flour can be used .- Take , a quarter of an hour to raise and then one hour in oven . Numerous Unsolicited Testimonials from Medical Men , etc . Enclose International Money Order for 25 cents for Recipe . J . T . BYRNE , 83 Upper Leeson St ., Dublin , Ireland . 20-26 FOR SALE—HANDSOME LEATHER COUCH—Cost $ 90 . 00 . will sacrifice for $ 12 if taken at once . Inquire at Farmers Review , 106 Third Avenue , Joliet , 111 ., Phone 4972 .: t-f-n 1 NEW STYLE FORDSON TRACTor , New Style . Oliver . Plow and 1 New 7-Ft . Tandem Disk ; Henneberry Implement Co ., 805 N . Chicago . St ., Joliet . FOR SALE SAMPSON 10 TANDEM DISC , 18 plat...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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M ^ BHiHMMagWHHa ^ NtvaaiM ^ MnUN ^ HlMMb ^ MMMMlHHaWMfMte ^ MM "You ' re Not In The Fiusri Bureau ^ Company . Unless ; YQU , Hayie'r'Jhis / Emblem on Your Car / ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

M ^ BHiHMMagWHHa ^ NtvaaiM ^ MnUN ^ HlMMb ^ MMMMlHHaWMfMte ^ MM You re Not In The Fiusri Bureau ^ Company . Unless ; YQU , HayierJhis / Emblem on Your Car / This is the emblem of the ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL MUTUAL , your on ; n company , backed > by your , County Farm BureaiL-and the Illinois Agricultural Association . The Company was , organized to serve you—to provide automobile insurance AT COST for your benefit . Are you using it ? Are you using other forms of service offered by the Farm Bureau and the Illinois Agricultural Association ? Your only cost in the ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL MUTUAL is . the $ 5 policy fee and the semi-annual assessments . The other ) $ 20 | of the $ 25 you pay when ylou take out a . full coverage policyl is flield hi trust for you by the company . Should you quit farming or move away [ and cancel your policy , that . $ 20 will be returned . to you . You cant ; beat . Ejmn Bureau auto insurance . It offers the most for . your money . It costs about...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929

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