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L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ p ^ ABfflMl ¦ ' ¦ ~ ^ H^ IEwll r (7 ? 4 s [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ L ^ p ^ ABfflMl ¦ ¦ ~ ^ H^ IEwll r (7 ? 4 s ^^^^ S Hltam . LWmams <^ Cjfik W ^ - W ^^ miytl ^ et yS ^ mMMaxWfml ^^^ HffiS ^ Lr i f i ^ g ^ j ^ r . > • . . - » VI • ,. ji . n-i i-j » f . * ,. ;• K t-c ji r • , • ¦ 2 ; „ - « -. v it :- K r r ^ I ~ : = ~ . Night . committee meetings of the . -,. legislature are -now < being held in an , , . attempt to , clear . up the vast amount , ¦ of vjorki Before them , ^ : ^ . •• u i . / j I { W - ¦ -, - • - Senator -Adolph -Marks ,. Chicago , has * ,. introduced ten bills which have to do with Chicago elections . Senator Marks plans to do away with election frauds in Chicago . - Existence of all public dance halls outside city limits in Illinois Is threatened by a bill ottered the legislature by ;; Senator * . Charles Baker , Monroe Center . \ - Peoria and Saline counties are officially accredited as free from . bovine tuberculosis , according to an announcement issued by the Illinois department of...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE VALUE OF EDUCATION TO THE YOUNGER GENE -RATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

THE VALUE OF EDUCATION TO THE YOUNGER GENERATION yve the younger generation should strive to get . all the education we can although it may mean self denial . The working man and woman , of today must be educated , must be skilled , and the only way he can be thus , is to take advantage of the opportunities open to him by the schools . Many boys and girls are . influenced by theU- greed for money , therefore ,, at an early age , before they have hardly finished grade school ; . they start to work , at wages that-seem enormous to them for a person , just beginning . The boy and girl that looks ahead and goes to school may be longer getting to work , but when , they do start they will earn more in comparison than the boy or girl that started to work before them . The one that worked while the other continued to go to school holds a job , while the industrious one and the one with vision holds a position and earns a salary instead of wages . ¦ Of these two the one who gets the promotio...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

VMI ^ M ^ M ^ HMH ^ av ^ MnMMaMMW <^ M , • > .-T-- VIXT * , f wanrSI CATTLE ^ Z HEREFORD ; ¦ CATTLE . P 0 R ISAMfe 184 ] cows wi ^ apv ^» 4 ; 12 . 8- springer cows , 118 itij * i- ^ ear # old springer heifers , 150 - « y ¥ ^ S 5 ear > < fld steers , 246 yearling steers ? 238 yearling heifers ; 426 weaned calves , 5 . registered bulls . Females all T . B . - . tested , canJbe sorted to suit purchaser . r Clemmle Ruggles , Fairfield , Iowa ; Box 441 . Phone 702 . : . i ; - ; , 21-22 PURE BRED HOLSTEIN BULL CALF , dropped Marcn ,: IV . Morris Wilkening , Goodenow ; \ TWO HIGH GRADE -GUERNSEY BULLS , one year old . ahd .-five ; Guernsey heifers . Thos . Stewart , Plainfield . Phone Plainfield 85-W-2 1 .,, * ONE GUERNSEY AND . ONE HOLSTEIN dry cows for sale . Good type and good udders . Five ; years old . Arthur States , Elwood . Phoner Elwood 33-J-l . FOR SALE ONE PURE BRED HOLSTEIN BULL CALF one week old . Color mostly white . Wm . H . Arken-...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

MAMMOTH CLOVER , MILLET and SWEET CLOVER SEED For Sale . L . A . Hibner , Elwood . Phone Joliet 2653-Y-l . ALSIKE CLOVER SEED For Sale . ^¦ Joseph • Kestel , Manhattan . Phone . Manhattan 317 . ~ MISCELLANEOUS ! PORT HURON 20 H . P . ENGINE and , , 36-56 Seperator for sale . Wm . Seltzer , - . Manhattan . Phone Manhattan L-15 . ECONOMY BROODER HOUSE . Big . gest values , on the market . Built of No . 1 west coast fir lumber , Cel-O-Glass windows , roof ventilators giving fresh air circulation without drafts , , no dark corners , and moistureproof . - Ask for our satisfied ¦ customers . Write Economy Housing Co ., or L . A . Matter , Plainfield , R . 2 . LARGE SIZE FARM POWER DELCO LIGHT PLANT . Practically new , in excellent-condition , at . a veryj reasonable . price . J . Franklin Hedgcock , Joliet . Phone Joliet 91 or Channahon 19-W-3 . ¦ ¦ ¦[ ; FOR SALE—Vi H . P . INTERNATIONAL GAS ENGINE , with mag . $ 15 . Phpne . 6438 . 407 S . Ottawa St . 22-23 500-CHICK , HARDCOLE BROODER S...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

^ 55 }^ BUY LUBRICATION NOT GALLONS WILL COUNTY FARM SUPPLY COMPANY Office Phone 3593 Joliet , HI . Office : C . & J . Building Warehouse Phone 4080 Henneberry Motor Sales Gome in and See the New Six-Cylinder Chevrolet J . . . ... .- ¦ . ¦ . _ Used Car Headquarters of Will County OUR BUSINESS WAS BUILT ON GOOD SERVICE AND IS STILL GOING I 3 1928 Chevrolet Sedans I 2 1928 Chevrolet Coupes I 2 1928 Chevrolet Coaches I 3 i 1927 Chevrolet Coaches I 3 1926 Chevrolet Sedans I 3 1926 Chevrolet Coupes I 3 1926 Chevrolet Coaches I 2 1925 Chevrolet Sedans I 1 1927 Hudson Coach I 1 1926 Studebaker Big Six Sedan 1 1927 Pontiac Coach 1 1927 Essex Coach 1 1927 Oakland Coach 1 1926 Oakland Roadster 1 1926 Buick Coach 1 1925 Dodge Touring MANY GOOD USED TRUCKS Henneberry Motor Sales CHEVROLETIDEALERS 802 N . CHICAGO STREET PHONES 488448 * 5 Where Automobiles are : Priced Right Financed Right Guaranteed Right

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

¦^ tk ^ tW^ Mm . lWli . ^^ mmf • they last longer ; v ^ /^ B. & M. Adv . Service 631 Can Street . , . Joliet , Dlinow piBMIIIMMIWniWIIMMllllM ^ 1 WmmmmmWmmmmW ^ nm ^ mm fBtm wSBSn T 5 1 i ^^^ H HHMHS 1 lQMQHWs ^ ii JII I Ii 250 Ifoom f JJIt ¦ Vi >« it 7 ii , « <>/ ctfaa * • I 1 V - 1 V 5 * V & I 3 I III ( MB | ] UR S I1 1 H|§| H, ¦ 1 Ii ^^^^^^^^^^ - J^ - Why Don tfiWe Save ? The Jones Do ! MARION JONES just bought a $ 1000 bond and you know that they traded on a new car this winter—paid cash too . Marion says it s no great trick once you stop and figure out your living costs ahead and make a careful plan of spending Saving takes care of itself then . They did it last year and look what they : have already . I m ready to try it ; let s quit this haphazard spending as we go . I want some money in the bank . - ¦ . . . . . The officers of this bank will gladly help you study your figures and make a financial plan . COMMERCIAL TRUS...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
X-Ray Used on Flies to Help Human -Race [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

X-Ray Used on Flies to Help Human -Race Washington . —Flies which have , long been held In bad esteem as spreaders of disease are about to do their bit In helping the liuumn race . They are being used now for studies of the effect of X-rays on luture generations . In flies , the harmful effects of these rays appear , in . the third and fourth generation , Dr . Mary B . Stark of New York city reported recently . She has exposed flies to X-rays for varying lengths of time . While the individuals exposed con-tinue-to grow and breed ; their- descendants die off . Doctor Stark believes this is because the reproductive cells of the grandparent or greatgrandparent flies were injuredby the rays . vTliis Injury . : is . inherited and finally causes death . In this same way cancer may be-produced .. In . third and fourth generations of flies . Doctor Stark believes tiiat the experiments on flies will throw some ^ light on this problem in human beings . Her theory Is not accepted by all scient...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ffi ^& W ^ ww ^ w ^ ww ^^ www ^ iw ^ I Farm Notes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

ffi ^& W ^ ww ^ w ^ ww ^^ www ^ iw ^ I Farm Notes Usually , vineyards are pruned In the late winter , so , that the vines may be tied nnd . In place by the time the spring work 1 - starts . * . ; „¦ - ¦»^ # J A . ¥ 300 machine shod will often protect more than $ 5 , 000 worth of machinery . You pay for the machine shed whether you have it or not . i , • * . * Every farm and . home parden should have a strawberry patch to provide delitious fruit for the table , both fresh and for preserving for winter use . - * * . » Sometimes * the early planted vegetables will lie caught by a frost , but not often . \ li the hind was fall plowed , one will be able to get on it two weeks earlier , than would otherwise be the * case . * . »; . • When planting your earliest vegetables use a liberal amount of seed to insure & good stand and plant very shallow , almost on the surface . As the season advances and becomes drier , we may . plant deeper . The value I of ¦ sweet clove...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

iS tjEGAL NOTICES : , ; 4 s - d s , ^ , * r • • - ¦¦ • . i t \ PUBLICATION NOTICE Chancery . —Revised 83 . STATE OF ILLINOIS , Will County , ss Circuit Court of Will County , Sep- , tember Term , A . D . 1929 . Josse E . Stevenson vs . Hatiie Hay Stevenson . Bill in Chancel y , No . 35932 . . ¦ Notice is hereby given - to the said defendant Hattie May Stevenson that the above named complainant heretofore filed his bill of complaint in said Court on the Chancery side thereof , and that a summons thereupon issued out of Said Court against the above named defendant , returnable on the first day of the Term o f the Circuit Court of Will County , to be held at the Court House in the City of Joliet , in said Will County , on ithe third Monday . of September : A . D . 1929 , as is by law required , and which suit is still pending . . PAUL V . WUNDER , Clerk . JAMES J . LEY , Complainant s Solicitor . Joliet , 111 ., April 12 th , A . D . 1929 . ¦ April . 17- 24 May 1 • PROBATE NOTICE • Est...

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Cleaning of Seed Wheat Is Favored [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Cleaning of Seed Wheat Is Favored Copper Dust Treatment Is Quite Useful in-. Gon- ; troi of Smut . ( Prepared by the United states . Department o £ Agriculture . ) .- ¦ Cleaning of seed wheat for the removal of weed seeds is generally recognized , and recommended as good farming policy , and In recent years ^ says the United States Department of Agriculture , the desirability ; of the copper carbonate dust treatment of seed wheat - for control of stinking smut or bunt has also had general acceptance . Early applications of the copper carbonate treatment were largely in hand machines , but more . recently power : dusters have been perfected . Leaflet -83-L , The Combination Cleaning and Treating of Seed Wheat , just published by the Department of Agriculture for free distribution points out that the cleaning and treating of seed wheat may well be applied in a single operation . Useful Machines . The authors point out that several successful . machines for either the cleaning or treat...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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EXILED SWEDES WXNT TO RETURN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

EXILED SWEDES WXNT TO RETURN Colony on Baltic Hopes to See * Native Land . Stockholm . —After 250 years . of exile from their ancestral : homeland a Swedish colony which now numbers 800 villagers and farmers of Gunimalsvensky in the government -of Cherson , southern Russia , has appealed to the Stockholm government to be brought back to Sweden . Their story is that of a community exiled for centuries yet always . . drenlning- of their homeland , and for . generation : after generation rigidly , maintaining their native schools , language , customs and religion . Their ancestors left Swedish shores about 1070 , arid for 100 years were settled on the Esthonian Island of Dagoe . In 1781 Empress Catherine n . of Russia ordered them to the Ukrainian steppes near the falls of the river Dneiper . Cossacks escorted them-: on that forced march . Their caravans , like the wagon trains that , crossed the western plains of America in the days of 49 . crawled 1 , 200 miles to th ? new home . The...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Illusions of Romantic East Lost After Trip [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Illusions of Romantic East Lost After Trip . Philadelphia . — Three adventure ^ some young men who recently com-, pleted a rapid 14 , 000-mile tour : Into the heart of Transjordania , Araiiia , and Syria returned with shattered opinions about romantic illusions of the desert . The travelers—Robert P . Brown of Moorestown , N . J . ; Itichard A . Tausig and Chester P . McCreery , both of Germantown , Pa . —were entertained by three kings of the Near East . Dusky beauties of . the desert are . nonexistent , the youthful travelers said . The women , they said , are mere drudges . The bandit tribesmen , Instead of sallying forth in gay garments , mounted on beautiful steeds and armed with antiquated guns , now use motor cars and machine guns in . their forays , they said .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Finds Way to Color * * Pictures by Radio * [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Finds Way to Color * * Pictures by Radio * * New York . —Color printing of £ j ! pictures sent by radio is one of $ * the latest laboratory develop- # ^ ments . j * A new heat sentitive , wax- * % coated paper has been devised £ * by Frank G . Morehouse of the * % Radio Corporation of America . * * A hot-air brush passes over this * • j ! paper , with air jets actuated by * § radio . The air Jets melt the $ * wax , making a pattern ; corre- * jjj spondlng to the lights and $ * shades on the original photo . * * j { An Ink roller run over this 2 * pattern brings out the picture $ J Instantly and permanently . Mr . % * Morehouse has arranged a sig- * * nal code to enable the recelv- jj ; * Ing operator to Ink pictures In * * colors . % * • i

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Some Publicity [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Some Publicity Publicity has indeed been developed Into a fine art and the mortuary home advertisements now make everything sound so attractive that a man who likes to have things nice around him can hardly wait to go . —Ohio State Journal . Uncle Elien Money , said Uncle Bben , is < le reward of Industry an de botheration of de man who gits so much he dont know what to do wlf it . —Washington Star .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Official Records Made Before Cows Freshen [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Official Records Made Before Cows Freshen The making of official records begins before .-the cows freshen . It Is generally supposed- that the condition of the nnlmfll * at freshening time determines to a large extent her butterfat productioji while on test , the claim being made | tliat the stores of body fat are diwii on to produce milk fat Some men state that they have never made big records on really fat cows . There may be sometruth in that assertion because real fattening of an am mal very , ibften • - hecessi ta tes a long dry period , and theye is the danger of Shortening ift < -tatio , i : periods and injuring breeding capacity . Evidence has been olijajned to show that a cow well conditioned for freshening will have a higher percentage of butterfat , at least for the first few weeks after freshening . , %

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Berry Growers Warned Against Size of Boxes [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Berry Growers Warned Against Size of Boxes Reports have reached the United States Department of Agriculture that some dealers . In berry boxes are . endeavoring to secure sales by telling prospective customers that boxes sold by . them , hold less than other berry , boxes . Growers are warned , to pay no : attention : to such claims . If actually true , it means that the boxes are below the standard in capacity , In which case persons using the boxes might find : themes ] ves In violation of the United States Standard container Act of 1916 . Department of Agriculture officials declare that . there is very little difference In capacities of the berry boxes turned out by different manufacturers . Samplesof the output of each factory are tested by the department at intervals and but little variation Is found . Differences In the dimensions used by individual , manufacturers , however , sometimes make one box appear to be , smaller than another . One box , for example , may havV a sligh...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Dei ^ dlyabeiTis Ro ; £ '"« • ' • Poison" for : Insects " i . ~ * i . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Dei ^ dlyabeiTis Ro ; £ « • • Poison for : Insects i . ~ * i . . : , : < ! » .- ¦ • - - ^ Sijfe for Use . , as Spray on - Fruits and ^ Vegetables . * i - . ¦ ( Prepared by the United Stntcs Department o £ A ( ,-ii « ultufe . ) One of Hie deadliest poisons known , to chemistryis also considered one of the , safest for use as a spray on fruits and Vegetables for the control of certain Jrisects . This , poison is rotenom 1 , the active principle of derris root . Its principal advantage for use as an insecticide is . its chemical instability . According to Japanese scientists , about two days after rotenone has-been applied to the plant or fruit it disintegrates and ceases to be poisonous . • A Japanese chemist isolated rotenone and gave it its name from the Japanese name for derris . Much of the . worlds supply comes -from the federated , malay states . . At present * it is an expensive drug . The poisonous properties may be preserved in-the root , or after extraction , . In...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Invention of Giant Vacuum Cleaner ^^ M Makes Housewife ' s Spring ^ h ^ E 0 M [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929

Invention of Giant Vacuum Cleaner ^^ M Makes Housewife s Spring ^ h ^ E 0 M soon contusion win reign supreme through the household—the windows will be stark and undraped—furnishings moved out of their corners and left standing in the middle of the room—mnttresses will adorn the front yard—old eyesores dragged to light from the closets—and dispositions wilLhe worn to ; . a frazzle ! The annual spring house cleaning season will be upon us . Mother and the girls , can . be trusted , to bring order out of chaos in . a week or so . But the Holland • Institute of Thermology of Holland , Mich ., sends out n reminder that the housekeeper s Jonah—how to get the heating plant Into spick-and-span condition —is usually up to father and the boys . Really , the : women-folk have a vital Interest In seeing that this lobs done ,. and done right . Investigation shows that 75 per cent of the dirt in a home comes In from outdoors , while a quarter of it emanates from the heating plant . If the chimney...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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