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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

j USED RADIOS ;\ $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Else To Buy ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly West side of St . Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 i »¦ ¦ m m m MM II ¦ » ¦ ¦ H ; . ¦ ¦¦/¦ - . . ¦ • . ; ... HAVE PETE DO IT AI ITH SEAT COVERS fill I U PLATE GLASS .- ¦«* gS-. r . asm * v ,- HJ \ i ¦ SS TOP SERVICE COMPANY i OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 » - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . . * H C | | | | Jp or Steady , Continuous UTTING : EXPERIENCE Of MANY YEARS in building light-run- - ning , dependable haying machinery makes possible . this highly perfected Case-OsborneMower . 4 jfc ¦ - For simplicity of construction and contin- - ; Mj ,. ; -, . /} uous service with little adjustment , this ! C ^^ H ; tH ^ . ^ . . mower cant be beat . y j |» *\ j ; , - ^ AH non-essentials are eliminated—work- gf JEOT ^ -m ^ ing parts are oversize to insure steady run- BSZSIP * % , ning . Pitman bearings are replaceable Tractor * ; < bronze , well lubricated . ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 19 June 1929

- . jrrr-TrfTO BOGGS TIRE STORE * > 922 COIiUNS STREET : >>; j NEW AND USED TIRES AND ACCESSORIES ¦ - % Special attention given to our out-of- - town customers Heavy Duty Adjusted Tires , Tread Almost New $ 2 . 50 and Up Return any used tire bought ot us at our list pries and . proving uneatlsfae-. tory within SO days and get another at | apss ^ BB | H |^^^ BBaBBMasH ^^ aBjHa ^ s |« ¦ LWTM * pf ^^ H ItT ^ MsJTW ^ I ? I ^ JlI ^ sla ^ B ^ amVlVffiBEasl I » t ** T uBSSaSSfl ^ flaHBlBal A tr ^» o « S || \ f ^^^^ B I * M ^^^^^ mmmm % mmmmmmwm \* /^^^^^^^| « n 4 Mailing List Catalog 1 Gives counts and prices on over 8 . 000 different lines of business ; . No matter what your business , In this book you . will And the number of your prospecI tlve customers listed . Valuable Information Is also given as to I how you can use . the mails to secure { orders and inquiries for your products j or services . Write for Your FREE Copy R . L . POLK & CO .....

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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BIG FOREST PARK ON BORDER IS PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

BIG FOREST PARK ON BORDER IS PROPOSED To Preserve , Huge Area in U . S . and Canada . v Minneapolis , -Mina . —An area , of lake and forest four times larger than Yellowstone - National park and lying In the heart of- the continent among the border lakes . of Ontario and Min- hesota will be dedicated for all time to a riiahyslded and far-reaching project of conservation If the conservationists of Canada and the United States have their way . It is proposed to ait aside by treaty under a uniform policy of balanced , forestry administration some 10 , 000 , 000 acres of forest lands containing more than 3 , 000 connected lakes . What Is known as the Rainy Lake watershed , lying in the two countries , will be devoted to the maximum production of 1 forest and related . crops but with all the natural features of its lakelands—the rapids , waterfalls , islands , and wooded shores—kept inviolate as in a park . These rock-bound lafces with their original flora and fauna , their ancient India...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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The Weekly Historical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

The Weekly Historical HOMER GEORGE One of the successful farmers and stockmen of Wheatland Township , is a member of a family that has-long been identified with the history of Will County . He was born on a farm near where he resides , November 20 , 1875 , the son of Willian and Hannah Dund ore George . William George was born in Germany in 1836 arid his wife was born in Ohio in 1838 . They settled in Will County in 1866 , and Mr . George purchased 80 acres of land in Wheatland Township . He later purchased a larger adjoining farm where he resided throughout his life and died in 1897 . His wife died in 1901 . They are buried in the cemetery at Plainfield . To Mr . and Mrs . George the following children were born : Mary , Franklin , William , Walter , Abbie Mae , Milton Homer , the subject of this sketch ; andl Robert D . Homer George received his education in the schools of Wheatland Township , and throughout his life had been interested in general farming and stock raising . He is...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DAWES AND GIBSON ON NAVY CURB JOB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

DAWES AND GIBSON ON NAVY CURB JOB Ambassador j and Envoy Are to Handle the Matter . • -, \ i—Washlngton .- * In another swift step toward the ^ goal ^ of n new naval arms confcrencerPrtwtdent Hoover ordered Hugh S • Glbsoikto London to collaborate with Ambassador Charles G . Dawes . Mr . Gibson , American ambassador to Belgium , was instructed to proceed at once * ? It was he who laid before the recent Geneva naval arms conference President Hoover s plan for breaking the naval disarmament deadlock . - t The two AmeHc an ambassadors are to consult on . jfte disarmament question witlf . partwilar reference to its present 1 statuVfrefbre the preparatory commission vfprjja ^ dlsarmament conferencei a % coraH & - So a State depart- ^ meat ^ nBW ( ftCffy | MW . j ^ -y ^ A ? - ^ - ^ . -.. . ¦ Informed klK | lfotook \ the ^ hiove , to , mean , sjP ^ J ^ HJJ ^^^^ Vgggjrfne jea ^ conference , but * that * the immediate purpose was to bring about . a prompt reconvening of the prepa...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COT DOWN EXPENSES , PRESIDENT'S POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

COT DOWN EXPENSES , PRESIDENTS POLICY Plans to Keep First Budget to $ 3 , 780 , 000 , 000 . Washington . —President Hoover has advised the budget bureau that he alms to keep his first budget down to the total of , the last Coolidge budget , $ 3 , 780 , 000 , 000 , if not less . The : President s decision was forwarded to the departments in the call for preliminary estimates that was sent out . : \ i .. The procedure would be unusual , If : not unprecedented , since the practice has been to give free rein to the departments in making their first estimates . * The administrations statement of the basis on -which the new budget is to be drawn up is expected to put an end to the belief that with a new President in the White House , and an engineer at that , new projects will be undertaken without stint , . resulting In increased government expenses : President Hoover made it plain that while the new projects are contemplated , rigid economy is to be the order . That , he is said to feel...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
First Cotton and Wheat for 1929 Is Exhibited [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

First Cotton and Wheat for 1929 Is Exhibited New York . —The . first - bale of cotton of the 1929 crop , brought here by airplane from Texas , was auctioned off on the floor of the New York Cotton Exchange . It : bvought $ 1 , 211 , half of which goes to the United Hospital fund here and haU to the Salvation Army ni Corpus Christi , Texas . • Wichita , Kan—The first car of 1929 wheat arriving here was placed on the board of trade floor . It had been shipped from Temple , Qkla . The grain graded No . 1 hard winter , and weighed 62 . 2 pounds to the bushel .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Senate ' s Secrecy Rule Dropped After ISO Years [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

Senate s Secrecy Rule Dropped After ISO Years . Washington . —The senate has abandoned its 150-year-old secrecy rule and adopted a new program to give public consideration to Presidential nominations and treaties unless a . majority should ; vote for a closed session . It refused , however , 34 to 39 , to order publication of all roll calls , but granted any senator the privilege of making public his personal vote . \ Devonshire Racing Dates Windsor , Ont . —The dates for the two meetings at Devonshire Park as announced by the . Western Bacing association are June 27 to July 4 and July 27 to August 3 . Blacklist Buyers of U . S . Autos Rome . —As a protest to the proposed American tariff rates , the Royal Automobile club of Italy has proposed publication of a blacklist of Italians who , buy American automobiles . ¦ Invershin , Ascot Cup Winner Ascot , England . —Invershin , winner of the Ascot gold cup last year , repeated his performance at Royal Ascot . Reigh Count , Mrs . John D ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WINDROW COMBINING SLOW TO BE TAKEN UP BY ILLINOIS FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

WINDROW COMBINING SLOW TO BE TAKEN UP BY ILLINOIS FARMERS Illinois ; got ahead of most of her neighbors in the matter of first using combines for grain , harvesting ; but seems to be } lagging in the adoption of the windrow method of combining , according to A . L . Young , of the farm mechanics department , College of Agri : culture , University of Illinois : Host year , when wheat fields were scarce and weedy and there was an unusually large acreage of weedy and often lodged oats , windrowing . in many cases would have made it possible for the combine to deliver a better quality of ¦ grain thau was secured Otherwise , he said . In windrowing , the grain is headed and left in a loose windrow on top of the stubble : where it dries rapidly . The machine with which this is done either is a special one built for this work or else is assembled by taking , the * header from the combine and adding wheels , a hitch and . other necessary parts . The combine equipped with a special pick , up...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STAGGERING GRAIN WASTE CAUSED BY » : t V ; t--J < TSl- ^^ '" * a ^ -w ^^^^» - »»? SSSS ^ I ?? ijS *!? , [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

STAGGERING GRAIN WASTE CAUSED BY FAULTY THRESHERS Losses runnint as high as 10 per cent of the total grain threshed have been discovered in during the past four years by the farm mechanics department of the College of Agriculture, University of Illinois, it is reported by A. L. Young , a member of the department. This amounts to a staggering waste when it is remembered that 30 per cent of all the improved land In Illinois is devoted to small grain growing, he pointed, out. All too often it was found that high losses were caused by poor mechanical condition or adjustment of the separator, improper feeding, incorrect cylinder speed or some other easily-re-medied condition. Since good operation costs little, if any, more than poor, the value of grain lost by poor operation only adds to the cost of threshing the grain which is saved, Young pointed With the grain in good condition, the loss for a machine in fair condition should not be more than 1 per cent. For good operation it is neces...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BETTER HERD ASS'S NETS MEMBERS $ 875 IN MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

BETTER HERD ASSS NETS MEMBERS $ 875 IN MONTH Dividends at the rate of $ 875 a month were being paid to members by the Cole County Dairy Herd Improvement . Association after it had beenjn operation only a year , according to a report by J . H . Brock , assistant in dairy extension at the College of Agriculture , University of -Illinois . When the association started a year ago , the average production of the enrolled cows was 27 pounds of butterfat a month . After the members had utilized the suggestions of the tester , Ray Hovious , for a year , they found that the production of their cows in the corresponding month of this year had gone up to 32 . 9 pounds of butterfat . This was an increase of 5 . 9 pounds a cow and was worth $ 875 to the association membership as a whole . At this rate the association would pay for its own annual membership costs in less than 40 days and still leave the members with 11 months of testing information for clear profit , Brock pointed out . At the sa...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DANGER ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

DANGER ! THE CHLORATES ARE DANGEROUS TO HANDLE . The pure chemical I alone is not dangerous ; it is only when it comes in contact with dry material such as wood , clothes , straw , or any combustible product , that it proves a fire hazard . If struck a sharp blow under these conditions , it will explode violently or if Ignited by friction or a spark , it will burn rapidly . Spraying machines , in which sulphur . Oime-sul- : phur ) has-been used- are extremely 1 dangerous , as sulphur forms an explo . sive mixture with chlorates . . ¦ . ..

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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WILL CO . DAIRY HERD ASS'N RE-ORGANIZING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

WILL CO . DAIRY HERD ASSN RE-ORGANIZING The two Dairy Herd Improvement Associations in Will County are being re-organized for the year which starts July 1 . Anyone who is interested in becoming a member of a dairy herd , improvement association is asked to get in touch with the Will County Farm Bureau at once as there is room for a few more members . The fact that so large a percentage ^ of the members sigh year after year is sufficient proof that they get a good return from their , membership . Anyone who is interested , In building up his herd , increasing the production , and cutting the feed-cost should belong to a dairy herd improvement : association .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HAIL INSURANCE NEARS $ 3 , 000 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

HAIL INSURANCE NEARS $ 3 , 000 , 000 Seventeen hundred and eighty-two applications for hail insurance on ; growing farm crops from every section of Illinois ^ aggregating i . . in excess of ¦¦ $ 2 , 750 , 000 had been . received at headquarters of the Illinois Agricultural : Association on June 20 . Many of the newer applications cover hail insurance on growing corn . Those that camein earlier . in-the ; season ; were mostly on small grains such-as wheat and , oats . / Applications are coming-in at . the rate of over 100 a day and to all indications Illinois farmers will - be better , protected against hail damage : to . farm , crops in 1929 than for the past several years . ..

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
"KILL NO STOCK" TO BE I . C . R . R . SLOGAN FOR MONTH OF AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

KILL NO STOCK TO BE I . C . R . R . SLOGAN FOR MONTH OF AUGUST The Illinois Central Rdilroad pro- ^ poses to carry on a KilL No Stock , campaign over all Its lines during the _ month of August , according , to information received by the Illinois Agricultural Association . - The purpose of the campaign is to - prevent insofar as possible killing or maiming of livestock on railroad rightof way as a result of poor fences and . . * , inadequate cattle guards . , - &amp;gt; , • / , * / The railroad is expected to . issue , * special instructions to train crews , jand . ii superintendents of construction Jto- . iK ^ j pair fences , and see that tHe railwS flSj ! . rlffht ; of-wai ^ i 8 wpr &amp;lt;&amp;gt; tected : . aitttm 9 tSbB » ti ^ S ^ i bllities of : cattle ^ and iother Jlivev * Bt &amp;lt;«^ ehterlng ^ ther * orri ^ The ^ ftnbi 8 v ^ sricu 1-. ^^^ tS ^ i ^^ isiaiHMiMBt ^ yUinS 0 , 1 ^^ l &amp;gt;^ TlfisfgiT ^ n ^ f ^ S ^^ P ^^ ffi ^ ffln ledge tKat \ i anyr ^ ...

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FOURTH OF JULY DEBRIS ANNUALLY ENDANGERS MANY FARM ANIMALS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

FOURTH OF JULY DEBRIS ANNUALLY ENDANGERS MANY FARM ANIMALS Fourth of July celebrations annually - may leave in their wake a serious : loss of chickens , pigs and sometimes calves as a result of phosphorous poisoning , according to a warning issued by Dr . Robert Graham , chief in animal : pathology and hygiene at the Collegia of Agriculture , University of Illinois ; Unused portions of . 15 cents worth of explosives containing r phosjphorus , if eaten by animals , may quickly cause serious losses . Ground in the vicinity of celebrations ,. especially where ^ fireworks have been displayed , should be carefully cleaned before animals have a chance to pick up the remnants of partially discharged fireworks .

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CAUTION ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

CAUTION ! 1 . Keep the chemical in tightly -i r covered metal containers . 2 . Do all mixing and handling of , material away from buildings . I 3 . Wash all combusible material used in spraying , as clothes and machines ; before they become dry . 4 . Keep all fires away . 5 . Only experienced persons should handle the material .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GALA EVENTS ON CARD AT EXPOSITION PARK AURORA , JULY FOURTH [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

GALA EVENTS ON CARD AT EXPOSITION PARK AURORA , JULY FOURTH Dare Devil Stunts in the air , a Head- * On Collision between speeding automobiles , professional motorcycle races and Whippet dog races will be only a few of the thrilling events on a program - to be staged at Exposition Park , Au- j rora , on the afternoon of July 4 th . It- „ * will be the annual celebration sponsored by Roosevelt-Aurora Post of th » , ¦ American Legion . The program is by far the . most • elaborate ever arranged for a July 4 th . celebration in this section of the country . An appropriation of $ 10 , 000 was made by . the Legion to cover the cost of the entertainment . Charles A . , Marsh , one of he best known showmen • ¦ • in the country , was brought from New : York to take charge . One of the features of the afternoon , program will be an ash can derby . It will be a race for cash prizes in which no car worth more than $ 50 . will be allowed to compete . The . older . , the car the better . This eve...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929

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