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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

Company tMess : Yo EiriM ^ Your Car . A This is - the emblem of the : ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL MUTUAL , your own company , backed by your County Farm Bureau 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 > ^ M ^^ H % ^ Agricultural Association ? . Your only cost in the ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL MUTUAL . is the $ 5 policy fee and the semi-annual assessments . The other ; $ 20 W the $ 25 you pay when you take out a full coverage policy 1 , is ( held in 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 teant beat Farm Bureau auto insurance . It offers the most for your money . It costs about lialf as much as that of many- old-line companics . Setttlements are made promptly—always with the interest of the ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
' Crooked Breast Bones i in Turke vs Avoidable [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

Crooked Breast Bones i in Turke vs Avoidable There arc two things responsible for crooked breast bone in turkeys . The first would be faulty breeding , that is , because there Is a lack of the mineral matter of the right sort , because of , faulty metabolism of the same . Another reason is faulty roosting places or letting them roost too early , that is , a round : roost is more likely to cause a- crooked breast bone than a fiat one and too small a roost , that Is , - a roost that is too small In diameter is more likely to cause crooked breast bones than a flat roost . The toras naturally are heavier than the pullets and a round roost or a roost that Is too narrow would account for the fact that the toms had crooked breast I bones while the pullets had none .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
, ?????????????? , ??? , ???????? I Around jbhe Farm ; »???????????*??? ' ????????? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

, ?????????????? , ??? , ???????? I Around jbhe Farm ; »???????????*??? ????????? It pays to treat seed grain for smut . • • • - If yon have idle land on your farm It will pay you . in the long run to start some trees on It . • • • Good forestry practice is as much a part of good farming , as is good cropping practice . Leafy , small-stemmed hay , cut before it is too mature and properly cured without being rained on is best ; • * • The larger potatoes especially for cattle should always be sliced to pre vent choking on the part of the animals . • • * Dont forget that the early thinning of vegetables to a stand means Increased . production and earlier maturity . Brooding Chicks The most important consideration In brooding chicks is to keep them alwaysvon fresh soil to prevent . the contraction of disease and parasites which come from soil recently , used by other fowls . . In order to . prevent soil contamination the brooder . house needs to be of a . type which can . be moved easil...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

: LEGAL NOTICES : . ¦¦¦ -- ¦ - * - — ¦ — ___„—_—^ PROBATE NOTICE Estate of Clarence Link , Deceased . The > undersigned , having been appointed Administratrix of the estate of -Clarence Link , late of Joliet , in the County of Will and State of Illinois , deceased , hereby gives notice that she will appear before the Probate Court of Will County , at the Court . House in Joliet , at : the-July Term , on the first Monday in July next ( being the first day of said month ) , at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted . All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned .. Dated this Tenth day of May , A . D 1929 . . ¦ , DORA BIEGBL , Administratrix , as aforesaid . ALBERT H . KRUSEMARK , Atty . NOTICE Administrator s Final Settlement Estate -. of George E , Bennett , Deceased . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN , That the undersigned , Administra...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Some Chicken Don'ts [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

Some Chicken Donts Dont use eggs for hatching from hens that have laid heavily all winter . Dont start the hatching season with any / old rooster . Dont use pullet eggs for hatching . - Dont run away with the idea that one rooster is good for more than fifteen to twenty hens . Dont feed too heavy with meat while you are saving eggs for hatching . Dont keep eggs over ten days . Best First Feed Sour skim milk or buttermilk is the best first feed for baby chicks , but they should be given no feed until they are from forty-eight to seventy-two hours old . To feed chicks too early may cause common white diarrhea . After the first feed of sour milk or buttermilik give a chick grain consisting of equal parts of fine crackedtorn and cracked wheat or rolled oats . An amount of scratch feed should be fed five times a day . which can be . cleaned up in 15 minutes .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Theories to Determine Sex of Little Chicks [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

Theories to Determine Sex of Little Chicks Many rules and . theories have been proposed for determining the sex of the ; clucks at hatching or even from the egg . To date , most methods have proved unreliable . In the Barred Plymouth Uock breed , the size of the white spot on the head may be used to separate with some degree of accuracy the two sexes . The chicks with the large head spots are usually males ; The crossing of certain breeds will result In chicks , the sex of which may be separated relatively accurately on the basis of color .

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 — 12 June 1929

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

, ^ r m II - i • CORD TIRES SPECIAL PRICES SOxSM ford $ 6 . 75 31 x 4 Oversize Cord ....... 11 . 75 , i 82 x 4 Oversize Cord— . 12 . 45 33 x 4 Oversize Cord ........ — - 17 . 25 34 x 4 Oversize Cord 19 . 15 5 Gal . Enarco Motor Oil —_ 3 . 85 5 Gal . Supreme Motor Oil ™ iM J CRCWNOVa ^ Authorized United States Tire I Dealer ! 512 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 { SEE THE NEW FRESHHANMASTERPIECE RADIO . SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 Joliet , Illinois FAULTY BRAKES ! Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and Mechanical Brake ; Experts . See as If year brakes dont bold . We DH an ail-weather lbuag JOLIET AUTO BRAKE CO . The Home of Better Brakes SOS N . Joliet St . PHONB 4 CM ^ ^^ IFO ^ SALii l H Accredited dahy tavm , ready I . to go Into any herd wKboat S testing , Heavy Springers , HoiH steins , Gnernseys . , cte . After Iopldnr , them over H yon wm to surprised to find S onr cattle priced very reasonable . Nothing sold under quannOne . TONY . ME 8 SHAN J Joliet , HL...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

USED RADIOS ! $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Else To Boy ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly West side of St Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 *»»¦ , ¦¦¦ .. »« ¦¦¦ » HAVE PETE DO IT AI ITFlSEAT COVERS HU I U PLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 t * i <¦ i i - i »« ^ l Ill tell you f ^ ^ % Ji _ ^^ p imik VHa ^ lBm ^ L / . I . ^ Bffis H ^ B ^ Jsl ^^ aV JafL ^¦^ B ^ BHffiM » B \« sWjBBBBWl ; l a ^ BBBs \ - - _ . / ?^ RHMH ^ iil ^^^ fl ^^^ BHH 3 ^- ^ BB ^ BB ^ BnS ^ BKI ^ BS ^ B ^ BS ^ B ^ BS ^ B ^ BS ^ B ^ BS ^ BHB ^^ p . *^ BB ^ BBBM ^ BBB ^ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 9 \ ^ W * HWi em tmmr J ^ BBBBBBBBBBB ^ BBBBBBB >< Mi ^ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBm 4 r < D > M llL . Atautm ^ S ^ B ^ B ^ HB ^ B ^ B ^ BKMBSfj ^ BBBBBBBBBW r * i Cra > 4 arfMr 2-fM > K ^ BbSSS ^ BBBBKKka ^ SBBBBBBSTBHr CtMettrmUU rt w * k T ^^ Sk ^ BBSkWB ^ Bn j SaB >&...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 12 June 1929

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FARM AID ASSURED ; HOOVER URGES FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

FARM AID ASSURED ; HOOVER URGES FUNDS tors who took part in tue unsuccessful attempt to force the administration - , to accept the export debenture scheme . . - ^ : , > ¦ > / I ?? . The house accepted ; . the conference ^ Yfci 4 eport ~ -Withouty debate ^ nd ~ v 4 tuoutta > ? rou can . ¦ -.. ¦ v :, y ¦ The final result is a sweeping vie- ; tors who took part in the unsuccess Vote of 74 to 8 by Senate - Ends-Long Battle . < * . \ Washington!—With his Views on farm relief given a place upon the • nation s statutes , President Hoover is devoting his attention to the selection of the eight men who will admin- < lster the agricultural program aa -members of the iiewly created federal farm board . The President Is anxious that the - program be put into operation at the . . earliest possible date . Indications are . that a bumper wheat crop will be harvested within the next few , months which may produce a serious surplus . This situat...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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GENERAL BOOTH DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

GENERAL BOOTH DEAD Gen . Bramwell Booth . London . —Gen . Bramwell Booth , sev-enty-three , former commander of the Salvation Army and son of its founder * is dead at his home in Hadley Wood . ; :-, General Bootlr . succeeded his father in 1912 as head of the army and retained the position until last February , when he was deposed- because of his physical condition . He was succeeded by Commissioner E . J . Higgins , who had been the generals chief aid .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FRENCH FLYERS HOP OCEAN IN 30 HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

FRENCH FLYERS HOP OCEAN IN 30 HOURS Yellow Bird Lands in Spain ; Later Makes Paris . Santander , Spain . — The - French transatlantic flight-came to an end when the airplane : Yellow Bird , its gasoline exhausted , was forced to land at Oriambre Beach , Just west of Comlllas and 30 miles west of this , clty . \\ . , ^^ bftJ ^ rst--wJ ^ Ov . had ^ lanried ; a ^ non- ; stopl flight from ~ Old Orchard Beach , Maine , to Le Bourgpt field , near Paris , were just 150 miles from French soil when they had to come down . After taking on a supply of gasoline and making slight repairs the flyers took oil ! for Paris , where they receiyed a great reception , similar to that accorded . to Charles Lindbergh , the American , who made a clean-cut flight from the United : States to Paris . The plane was in the air 29 hours and 52 minutes . Incidentally , this turned out to be not a strictly French flight . The legitimate crew was composed of Armeno Lolti , Jr ., Jean Assolant and Bene L efevre , th...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Census Report Is to Be Made by Districts [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

Census Report Is to Be Made by Districts Washington . —Population statistics of the 1930 decennial census will be announced publicly in each of 500 districts immediately after they are gathered , instead of being tabulated first in Washington . William M . Steuart , director of the census , explains that this procedure would be followed for the | first time with the forthcoming census , in order that inaccuracies may . be detected before the figures are tabulated for the - permanent record . 1 • ¦¦ ¦ • At least 100 , 000 enumerators will be _ needed to canvas the nation s homes for the census , he . says , and between 6 , 000 and 8 , 000 mo > re wlll . be . employed . Here later . ,- . ¦ . - ; , _ .., i . Give $ 1 , 000 , 000 to Hospital - ¦ Chicago . —Dr . Arthur Dean Befan and rrhis wife announce a - gift of $ 1 , 000 , 000 to the Presbyterian hospital for a large extension program . The hospital expects to raise $ 6 , 000 , 000 for its : project Slgas to Fight Heeney ~...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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CHEVROLET COMPANY INAUGURATES SEVEN NEW SALES ZONES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

CHEVROLET COMPANY INAUGURATES SEVEN NEW SALES ZONES Creation of a-new-, sales : region , seven new scale zones andtthe promotion ; of several leading sales f 6 fflciala ; : o ( C the Chevrolet Motor Companyi were announced today by H . J . Klingler , vicepresident and general sales manager . These . . , alterations . in -,-. . the .-- • company s sales map and the expansion of the field selling organization come about as a result of the steady growth of Chevrolet sales and give the company the most widespread sales supervision ever commaitded by an automobile manufacturer ! Chevrolet now has nine sales -regions ; , which ; embrace 52 sales zones . H ¦¦ .,- . ¦ - ¦ • i- ; : : - ¦ •; ¦ V y- .-. . - • . - ; -Rapid development of Chevrolet ; busi ; . hess ; in the eastern-states has resulted in the opening qf the new region , ; whlcHhas its ; headquarters in Buffalo . 3 WUiiam ; E . Holler , nationally known automobile , sales executive , has been ap ? pointed sales- manager of the ; re...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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The Weekly MiMorical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

The Weekly MiMorical WALTER F . LUEHRS Walter F . Luehrs , president of the Commercial National Bank of Wilmington , is one of the prominent figures in the business life of Will County , and a man who is highly esteemed in the community in which he lives . He was born at Matteson , 111 ., May ; 30 , 1892 , the son of Henry and Mary ( Vatter ) Luehrs . ¦¦ : . . Henry Luehrs , deceased , was a native of Illinois . He was born at Monee , in Cook County , and was one of the earliest settlers of Matteson . In 1901 he retired from business and located in Joliet , where he died Sept . 9 , 1901 . His wife died March 13 ,. 1927 . They are buried in St .-John s Cemetery , Joliet ; Walter F ., the subject of this sketch ; Elmer , lives in Joliet , Henry , a WorldWar veteran , lives in Joliet ; Emma , married Alexander R . Keir , Jr ., a farmer , Henry , a World-War veteran , lives at Joliet ;{ May , married A . S . Nahin , real estate , lives in Chicago ; Arthur , aiWorld War veteran , lives i...

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THE SMART SHOP , ONE OF JOliETS NEWEST APPAREL SHOPS , OPENS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

THE SMART SHOP , ONE OF JOliETS NEWEST APPAREL SHOPS , OPENS - 53 \ t ~ Successors to Palais Dres Shop AnnouncePolicy of Quality Merchandise Mrs . F . W . ^ Drifus , the new proprietor and manager announces the opening of the * New Smart Shop , 410 Clinton Street , { Hotel Louis Joliet building , succeeding the Palais Dress Shop , has had ] years of experience , in . the Ladies . wearing apparel , business ^ , and will conduct the new shop along the ssune : principals as \ tlie former . Palais Dres - S ^ op . f • The . New Sjgsart Shop opens with , a complete newi ^ tock of Suminer Dresr ses and CoaW ; just in time for you ; to select youjf ^ summer wearing ap- ; pareIv : ;^/ v- ; . ;; : : : J 5 f-. ; . . . ¦¦; _ .,:. j : ; The-same ; Hgrh-grade quality of mei > ; chandise r ? couTOsy and service wlll ^ al- ;^ Aysyt » e . ^ toiim ;; -, at ; - _ . the : New Smart Shop , ; andi * emember you are always ^ weicome ;;; to ; jufet loofc ^ iround . ; • :. ITo uuwiliaivraysfind ^...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

wrH . Taft : Washington . T-Fully : recovered ¦ from the ailment which sent him to a hospital recently , Chief Justice Taft arrived at his summer home at Murray Bay , Canada . Tlie chief justice is looking forward to a ] restful vacation during which , however , he will not be free of the cares of , his high office . He will undertake , before his return to Washington ; a review of a number of cases now before the court . and will give attention to . other court business whle enjoying the friendships he has built up at Murray Bay .,

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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SaT ^ CAPlTOL ^ aHflbTT M IITTIMB in II igi mi *™ ^ = ^ . ^* [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

SaT ^ CAPlTOL ^ aHflbTT M IITTIMB in II igi mi *™ ^ = ^ . ^* Chairman . K . J . Branson , of the house 7 committee-to investigate the empldyment of legislators , other state officers and employees by local gov4 rnriSenM subdivisions , has found this one of the busiest of the three regular • sessions in which , he has served . The investigation has taken so much of- his spare time that he has not introduced anybills in . his own name , though doing much toward furthering the-passage of many - of which he was not personally-the , sponsor . He has served as a member of the Republican steering : committee in addition to six regular committees . Senator Florence Fifer Bohrer , Bloomington , introduced a senate joint resolution which provides for the appointment of a committee by the governor to study Hie child welfare legislation of Illinois and Its operation , with a view of revising or codifying the same . . The senate concurred in this resolution .- . The fifty-sixth general assembly ...

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