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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

CORD TIRES SPECIAL PRICES SOxSK Cord $ 6 . 75 81 x 4 Qyentee Cord , 11 . 75 » x 4 Overstate Cord- .: 12 . 45 -88 x 4 Overstate Cord — 17 . * 5 S 4 x 4 Oversize Cord- : 19 . S 5 5 Osl . Enarco Motor Oil 3 . 85 5 Gal . Supreme Motor . OD ~ 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United Stales Tire Dealer 612 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 r ¦ . . { 1- ^ J . SEE THE NEW FRESHMANMASTERP 1 ECE RADIO TsltffUBES , One Dial , - Table Model As Low a . $ 49 . 50 InsBlFs ^ BBpW ^ HaH ^ y BMMtmmlkmttdn MB 8 J sy Joliet , . Illinois . / . FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic . and Mechanieal Brake Experts . See-as If y »« r brakes dont hold . We use an all-weather lining JOLIET AUTO BRAKE CO . The Home of BetterBrakes * , 805 ~ N > Joliet St . PHONB | 4 « M ¦ ¦¦ i I ^ m ^ m ^ mam FOR SALE Accredited dairy eowa , ready to co into any herd without testing , Heavy Springers , Hoisteins , Onemssya , ete . . After looking- them over yon will be surprise * to And our cattle priced -vary re...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 5 June 1929

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. " MOUSE REPEATS 0 . K . 751 '^ ARM m m [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

. MOUSE REPEATS 0 . K . 751 ^ ARM m m ^ \ 1 j- ~ i ^ Measure Sent toSenate ; Pro- ~ - longed-Fight-Expected . - Washington . —The administration , farm bill , stripped of the senate provision for government export bounties , went through the house again and was sent to the senate . Signs of a prolonged struggle were apparent » there when Senator Joseph T . RobinSon , Democratic leader , summoned his - ( followers to a conference In an effort « to hold the lines : against the admlnisitratfon and declared fordisagreement with the house . - Administration and Democratic leaders of the senate were In a tug-of-war over two or three Democratic < . and Insurgent Republican senators who virtually have the power to say , by their votes , whether the bill Is to become a law within two weeks or be delayed beyond the opening of the new crop- season . Washington . —Complete agreement was announced by senate and house , conferees on a farm relief bill which is satisfactory to President...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Indianan 'Wins- $ 84 , 750 on $ 1 Derby Ticket [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

Indianan Wins- $ 84 , 750 on $ 1 Derby Ticket . Indianapolis . —Arthur Court , forty- : niue ,. an engineer at the . Tackson building , at 540 South Meridian street , here , won . $ S 4 , 750 on a . ? l ticket in the British Army and Navy Sweepstakes on . Trigo , in the English derby at Epsom Downs . Court said he would not quit his lob despite the sudden , riches . The second prize of $ 28 , 000 went to W . P . Redmond of Bangor , Me .-,: and tlie third of $ 14 , 000 to J . X . Mularky of Boston . Women to Map War on Redt Budapest , Hungary . —Woman delegates from the principal countries of Europe decided here to hold next year in Budapest a world congress of women to discuss means of keeping holshevism In check in all countries . Girl Sets Record Vallejo , Calif . —Vivian Hartwick shattered a world s record here by tossing a baseball 250 feet and 5 inches at the women s track and field meet of the Pacific association . Miss . Hartwick held the previous record of 252 feet . Reigh C...

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NAMES NEW CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

NAMES NEW CABINET J .. Ramsay MacDonald . London .-J . Ramsey MacDonald , leader of the Labor party , became premier of Great , Britain and announced the appointment of his cabinet . Britain now has Its second Labor government by virtue of the vlctdry in the recent general elections . In the first Labor cabinet five years ago , Premier MacDonald also . held the post of foreign secretary . This time he will be first lord , of the treasury in addition to premier , but he has named Arthur Henderson foreign secretary and Philip Snowden chancellor of the exchequer .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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CONGRESS ASKED TO AID IN DRY REFORM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

CONGRESS ASKED TO AID IN DRY REFORM ^ iA ^^ Shift of Bureaus and Agencies - Planned by President . - Washington . —President Hoover In his second message to the special ses-sion-of congress has asked for appointment of a Joint committee to study < prohibition law enforcement under a reorganization of the prohibition administration as a part of the departments justice . * , The President stated ; that his law observance commission and a special committee of representatives of the government departments affected would co-operate in- the study , of the questions involved in the transfer of . the prohibition enforcement bureau from the treasury to the justice . department : j ^ *; * k ^^ J . « I ^^« atiaJLiie > sagej ^ te ^ i ^&^ on ^ xue ^ jointt . icongresraoirai ^ to make recommendations to congress at the regular session in-December . Congressional leaders Indicated that prompt action to provide for such a committee would be taken . One portion of t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

Tribute to the work and deeds , of fifteen members of the general assembly who have died within two years was paid at memorial exercises held In the house of representatives on May- 30 . Veterans and first termers participated and history of legislation dating back a quarter of a century was recalled . With desks of deceased members garlanded with flowers and Speaker David E . Shanahan presiding , members from various districts of the state wrote Into the record achievements of the nation , paid , tribute to soldiers dead and to the lives of the member * of the legislature who have passed on . The . Memorial day address was delivered by Representative Hugh Luckey . Potomac . Representatives Michael Igoe , Chicago ; - E . P . Conerton . Ln Salle , and R . G . Soderstrom , Streator . spoke on- the life work of Lee ONeill Browne . The latter . two members told of his long service of duty for ; the district which he represented in the assembly 1 for . more than twenty years . Representa...

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TheWeekly HisUmedl [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

TheWeekly HisUmedl G . H . TOWER George H . Tower ; Manager of the Plainfield Grain Company s branch at Normantown , is , a substantial and well known business man of Wheatland-Township . He was born at St . Louis , Mo ., Dec-ember-2 , 1860 * the son . of Allen J . and Mary ( Corwin ) Tower . ;;; Allen J . Tower was born in Massachusetts and his wife was a native of Illinois . He was a cabinet maker by trade and later , in life was employed as a railroad engineer .. He was killed in a railroad wreck at St . Louis ,, Mo ., in September 1869 . His widow died at the age of 85 years and is buried in Colorado . . George H ; Tower was nine years old when his parents came ; to Will County and Settled in Homer Township . In 1886 he came to Plainfield . He has been identified with the Plainfield Grain Company fbrrthe-past 30 / years as manager of the branch at Normantown . One of the largest dfj the company s elevators is located here . It handles approximately 300 , 000 bushels , of grain a...

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JOHN ROBINSON'S CIRCUS TO SHOW IN JOLIET JUNE 15 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

JOHN ROBINSONS CIRCUS TO SHOW IN JOLIET JUNE 15 John Robinson s Circus is the pioneer circus of I the world ,- having the largest troop and one of the largest menageries ever carried by a traveling circus . ; Some of the high spots of the menagerie are Victor , worlds largest hippopotamus , who will be on exhibition , along with Tinymite the world s smallest hippopotamus . This rare speci . men was caught in the river Nile and is one of the features , of John Robinson s show . Caesar , largest Royal Bengal tiger in captivity , and . which you will see on exhibition , and along ¦ with these animate John Robinson s Circus ^ carries - several herds of ele . phants including Eva one of the- largest elephants in the world , who is only a playmate to Miss Stella Cronin who puts hen through her many and varied tricks . - ¦ Quality and quantity are by-words of John : . Robinson s Circus when it comes to clowns . Annually the management searches for the best Merry Andrews in the country and ...

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RESIGNATION ACCEPTED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

RESIGNATION ACCEPTED Noble Brandon Judah . Washington . —Noble Brandon Judah , American ambassador to Cuba , has made his final report on -. his- Cuban mission to Secretary of State Henry L . StImson and returned to Chicago , where he will engage in the practice of law . ¦ President Hoover accepted Mr . Judah s resignation during a recent . conference with the ambassador .

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REAPPORTION BILL APPROVED BY HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

REAPPORTION BILL APPROVED BY HOUSE Given Vote of 272-105 ; Kills ¦ Negro , Alien Amendments . Washington . — -After overcoming obstacles which threatened again to prevent enactment of this long : delayed legislation , the house . by a vote of 272 to 105 passedthe-census and-reap-portionment bill . Republican leaders were able to figure out a scheme by which they got rid of the negro disfranchisement and alien exclusion amendments , -which If retained iprobably would have meant the bills defeat , r The : action eliminating the two troublesome amendments was reaffirmed when the house In a . roll . call rejected , 120 to 253 , a motion by Representative J . E . Rankin ( Dem . ,: Miss . ) to recommit the bill with Instructions to the committee . to strike out the Tilson amendment , which would have had the effect of restoring the negro and alien provision s . . -. . • ; : , The senate bill s provision for selec-. ^ To » -6 f ^ eT ^ t ; ehhrte ¥ « 6 W ^^ service rules ; is missing from t...

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WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

WASHINGTON BRIEFS The Simmons bill to appropriate $ 12 , 000 , 000 to aid diversified farming in 10 southern states was favorably reported to the senate .. The Borah bill to license commission merchants , brokers and dealers in perishable products , was passed by the senate and sent to the house . Federal penitentiaries on July 1 will have 1 , 000 more prisoners than on the same date last year , the Department of Justice estimates . There were 9 , 841 on May 20 . President Hoover has named a commission of 17 prominent American engineers to represent the United States at the world engineering congress which will meet at Tokyo , Japan . The nine Justices of the Supreme court have dispersed to their summer homes for a vacation until October , having closed their annuarterm with a number of decisions of Importance and cleared their docket to a record degree . Plan Air Service to Stockholm Portland , Maine . —With authority to develop and maintain a regular air service between the United...

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WILL COUNTY FARMERS STUDY LEGUME PROBLEMS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

WILL COUNTY FARMERS STUDY LEGUME PROBLEMS By JOHN H . BROCK Busy as dairymen always are and especially with a late season on hand , 75 -Will County dairymen and their families attended the Altalfa - Dairy Tour sponsored ; by . . the Will CountyFarm Bureau . -. More than 40 Hoistein- cows and heifers doing their best to keep up with 20 acres of sweet clover pasture : were observed by the tourists , at ) the farm of-Howard Klett at Elwood . Not only is this field furnishing a lot of feed now but 60 head ofcattle of all . ages were pastured oh it for 60 days last fall . After turning , out on . the sweet clover , Mr . Klett found that he only heeded one-half as much grain to hold his cows up in production as when , he fed silage and bluegrass pasture . At the George Freis farm at Joliet , an excellent dairybarn and equipment had been made from an old barn at a cash outlay of $ 418 for cost of material . A new ? 400 silo and the remodelled barn or the , actual cash outlay for a modern 1...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

( Farm Bureau News Continued on Page Three , Column Two )

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MANY FARMERS TOYING SODIUM CHLORATE FOR THISTLE ERADICATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

MANY FARMERS TOYING SODIUM CHLORATE FOR THISTLE ERADICATION The demand for sodium chlorate to : be-used in fighting Canada thistles has been so insistent that the Farm : Bureau has purchased more . than , 60 : drums for its members to use in trying out this chemical . The : chlorate -was purchased at the best price obtainable , and should be distributed throughout the county during this . week arid next . We are very anxious that . the members who use this material this yearwill give us a report of their experience with it as . we are very anxious to secure first hand . information , as to how well sodium chlorate works . We also want to publish with this article a letter received from C . W . Warburton , director of extension worlc at Washington , D . C , in regard to the necessity of caution in the use of sodium chlorate : The letter is as follows : During the past several years extension workers in various sections : of the United States have advocated the use of sodium chlorate ...

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SOUND WARNING AGAINST LIKELY CUTWORM INVASION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

SOUND WARNING AGAINST LIKELY CUTWORM INVASION Farmers and gardeners are being , warned to be on the lookout for cutworms , for it is likely that , thisdestructive insect will be moderately ; abundant this year . In some areas , especially river bottoms , the black cut- ^ worms may be thick following the wet weather prevailing this spring , according to a statement to the College : of Agiiculture , University of Illinois , by J . H . Bigger , field entomologist of-the : Illinois . . State Natural History Survey ; Poison bait made of- bran ,, parls : green , molasses and water ; will control many of the cutworms . Bigger , recomr mended . His directions for making the bait are : Stir . 1 pound of paris green ? into 25 pounds of bran until the-two - are thoroughly mixed . Then into , about 3 gallons of water stir 2 quarts : 6 fmolasses . Pour this latter mixture over the bran mixture and stir the two until each particle of bran ,- . is - wet with the solution . The mixture should be we...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR FARM BUREAU MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR FARM BUREAU MEMBERS For the Uenefit of Farm ; Bureau members in the eastern : part of the county the Will County Farm : Supply Company has erected a bulk plant at Monee to provide for their use a gasoline arid kerosene of real , quality . Our kerosene is so well adapted to incubators , stoves , and lamps that It is the delight of every decerning housewife . As a fuel for tractors we are furnishing two grades of lubricating old , MidContinent and pure Pennsylvania based : oil . We can back our oils against any others of similar grade on the market . We invite you to make your own comparisons . Many of . our , members-who : have used our oils during the past sea . son have reported getting four to seven hours extra running . This , of : course , cuts your oil bill considerably . We have at this time three trucks running out of Monee to serve all .

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