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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929
CORD TIRES SPECIAL PRICES SOxSjf Cord ^ . ™ ........ _ ..... ™ ... $ 6 . 75 81 x 4 Overslie Cord ................ 11 . 75 88 x 4 Oversize Cord .. _ . ... 12 . 45 88 x 4 Overslie Cord ................ 17 . 25 84 x 4 Oversize Cord 19 . 95 5 Gal . Enarco Motor Oil 3 . 85 5 Gal . Supreme Motor 0 D ..:. 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United States Tire .. : Dealer . , .. ¦ ¦¦ . 512 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 &gt;„ ¦ . . ¦ ¦ - - - ¦ ¦ ¦ * SEETHE NEW FRESHMANMASTERP 1 ECE RADIO SIX TUBES i One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 . ^^ Hy ^^ y ^ Jgj ^ g ^ v .. ; Joliet , Illinois FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and Mechanical Brake Experts . See ns It year brakes dont hold . We use an all-weather ttning JOLIET A170 BRAKE CO . The Home of Better Brakes ** 805 N . Joliet St . PHONE 4 M 4 ^^ S^ ALlT ^ l H Accredited dairy cow * ready to ro Into any herd wnhont tenting , Heavy Springer * , Hoisteins , Guernseys , etc . - After looking them over yon will be surprised t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929
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 « . ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ , ... . . ¦ nil HAVE PETE DO IT AI ITllSEAT COVERS I 1 U I UPLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 r &gt; . ¦ . ¦ ¦ . - . :. ; . - : • SUPREME Radiator Body Co . BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REP AIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 April 1929
^ Ml ^« M » H ^ N &gt; MaH « wwa » Ni M « Mi ^ . KRAMER CLEANING &amp; DYING SERVICE PETER KRAMER &amp; SONS Masquerade Costumes , Masks and Makeup : &gt; Phone Plainfield 35 Main and Eastern Ave . - Plainfield , Illinois Phone 4965 657 E . Jefferson St . Joliet , Illinois mm ¦¦¦¦ ! , H . » BOGGS TIRE STORE 922 COLLINS STREET NEW AND USED TIRES AND ACCESSORIES Special attention given to our out-of-town customers * £ • Heavy Duty Adjusted Tires , Tread Almost Mew $ 2 . 58 and Upv . V » - • Return any used tire bought ot us at our list price and proving - unsatisfactory within 80 days and get another at HJMIHI tt ^ SmSKl SfiL ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ U l ^ BK-lA ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ H ^ 9 @ m » B- ^ K . 1 U VJ ^^ S B ^ BBB IV l I ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ H s f ^^ ^ _^ i ^ mmm m ^ m ^ m ^ m \ WW ^ mm ^^¦^ p ^ p ^ B POLKS ^ REFERENCE BOOK * ni Mailing List Catalog Gives counts and orlcti on ov « r 8 . 000 different lines of business . No matter what your b...
TORNADOES' DEATH ? ^ JOLL IS OVER FIFTY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
TORNADOES DEATH ? ^ JOLL IS OVER FIFTY i . 7 ~ Many Injured and Homeless ; Loss Totals Millions . Atlantn , , Ga . —Relief and rehabilitation measures are in operation in southern Georgia , where at least 47 persons were killed , several hundred injured , and scores made homeless &gt; in a series of tornadoes the past week . • Five , deaths just across ; . tlie South Carolina line near Anderson brought the total fatalities from the disturbance to more than fifty . IResctfe . workers announced - after covering the stricken sectors that original reports of the number of dead had been exaggerated , due to duplica tions in names . A survey shows that 11 large part of the discrepancy occurred in reports from Meter and Statesboro , some 30 miles apart , where the greatest loss of life ^ occurred . This revised count developed that each locality had duplicated a total of 10 in their respective death lists . Most , of the dead were negroes . The belief was expressed that further cas...
U . S . REVENUE CAIN OF OVER $ 60 , 000 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
U . S . REVENUE CAIN OF OVER $ 60 , 000 , 000 Boost Credited to Higher Return From Income Tax . AVashington . —Tremendous increases in individual income tax payments brought the government through the first nine months of the current fiscal year with internal revenue gains of more , than $ 60 , 000 , 000 over the corresponding period last year . j , Total internal revenue tax collections for the nine months ending March 31 were $ 2 , 137 , 178 , 000 , or about $ 30 , 000 , 000 less than for the entire fiscal year of 192 S , the bureau , of internal , revenue ^ reported the past week . The increase is due almost entirely to ^ dlViau ffP ^ T *( trn ^ sffe a whi chi = ;&gt; aniounte « h to $ 763 , 304 , 000 , a gain of $ 119 , 000 , 000 . Income taxes- collected : from corporations , on the other hand , decreased by $ 43 , 21 ) 9 , 000 to $ 92 o , S 61 , 000 . Officials of the Treasury department ; attribute the large increase in individual returns to the expansion of values on...
LORD QUITS BUDGET POST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
LORD QUITS BUDGET POST Gen . Herbert M . Lord . Washington . —Brig . Gen ., Herbert M . Lord , director of the budget , has announced his intention of retiring 7 on July 1 to devote himself to business . He remained after the Hoover inauguration at the request of the President arid in order to give time for the selection of a successor , but , it is said , no decided choice has-yet . been made . General Lord is the , second director , having in 1922 succeeded Gen . Charles G . Dawes , who established the budget system .
DEMAND PROTECTION OF DAIRY INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
DEMAND PROTECTION OF DAIRY INDUSTRY Want Tariff on Animal , Marine antf Vegetable Oils . Washington . —Basing its right to be heard on the claim that it represents more than 300 , 000 dairy farmers of the United States the National Cooperative Milk Producers association demands that the new tariff bill give greater protection to the dairy Industry In a resolution sent to President Hoover and to every member of congress , the association insists that the new schedules include a tariff on animal , marine and vegetable oils and fats which , come . from the Philippine Islands . . - , The protest of the dairy farmers will reach members of the ways and means comniittee ; at : a time when they ( have virtually ^ # et « J ( 5 ^ sideracoli the re visions ^ to . the house . What results will follow from the latest demands of the / farm groups remains problematical ; but it appears most likely that rates will not now be changed . , - The members of the house from agricultural districts will no...
MEXICO IS DUE FOR NEW FORTUNE HUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
MEXICO IS DUE FOR NEW FORTUNE HUNTS Every Revolution Has Own Special Stories . . . Eagle Pass , Texas . —It .-will soon be time for new stories of buried money and treasure of fabulous value to come out of Mexico . Following each of the previous revolutions tall tales of this kind have been told and many are the expeditions that : have gone forth in futile search for the hidden wealth . It has long been the practice of rebel leaders to take advantage of war-time conditions and confiscate bank funds wherever they could be found . The present revolution is no exception to this old established custom . From the banks of Monterey , Saltillo , Durango and Toreon , money which was said to belong to the federal and state governments , aggregating approximately $ 1 , 500 , 000 , has been taken : by the different rebel army lenders . . In each instance the army officers gave their personal memorandum that the funds . had been taken and would be repaid when the new regime got into power . It ...
ILLHNOIS HEADS ALL STATES IN BUILDING A MORE FERTILE SOIL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
ILLHNOIS HEADS ALL STATES IN BUILDING A MORE FERTILE SOIL Final Figures Show Fanners of State Spread 741 , 326 Tons . of Limest o ne in 1928 Further progress in maintaining the fertility of , Illinois soils was made last year when farmers of the state spread 741 , 326 tons of agricultural limestone , according to final figures for 1928 recently computed by the Illinois Agricultural Association . This . figure is the second highest in 25 years and places Illinois above-all other state in the preservation of her greatest natural resource , a fertile soil . Limestone , which sweetens , the-soil ,, is a- necessary factor in growing alfalfa , sweet or red clover , and other nitrogengathering legumes necessary to a soilbuilding crop rotation . Five counties used more than 20 , 000 tons of limestone last year compared with seven in 1927 . The wheat failure in the heavy wheat-growing sections about E . St . Louis was a depressing factor in the tonnage figure for that area . ; . Nevertheless...
INCOME TAX MEASURE A REPLACEMENT TAX ; NOT ADDITIONAL TAX [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
INCOME TAX MEASURE A REPLACEMENT TAX ; NOT ADDITIONAL TAX Would Lift Part of Burden From Home Owners and Farm Owners Comment following the passage of the state income tax in the senate on April 24 indicates that there is still considerable misunderstanding about the -provisions of the bill , . declares Donald Kirkpatrick , legal counsel for the Illinois Agricultural Association . Referring to an editorial in one of the Chicago dailies Kirkpatrick points out that the measure is being misrepresented either deliberately or through a misunderstanding of its provisions . The statement referred to is as follows : Organized agricultural interests insist upon forcing an income tax upon the state in addition to : the other * taxes . This statement is erroneous , said Kirkpatrick , because the proposed in come tax is a replacement tax . It is not : an additional tax . The eight million dollars of revenue which it will raise will replace a like amount of tax nowlevied against property . The me...
DAIRY OUTLOOK IS FAVORABLE BELIEVES MARKETING EXPERT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
DAIRY OUTLOOK IS FAVORABLE BELIEVES MARKETING EXPERT The futurei of the dairy industry in , Illinois looks bright , declared A . . D . Lynch , dairy marketing director -for the Illinois Agricultural Association , in - , reviewing co-operative marketing ,, * activities of dairy farmers recently . ^ . 1 / - , .- , Mr . Lynch believes that increased , . * consumption of dairy products will con- -, &amp; tinue for -some time to come which-J . - means 7 a favorable market . for produ-4 j * , * c ^ tlJt &amp; -fe : mi ^^^ t jlg ^^^^ go ^ SPmWW ^ Hl ^ ^^^ ^ ^ Illinois . Lynch declared that ^ armersT- ^ are in line to obtain a larger propor-. tion of the consumer s dollar toadythan perhaps at any -time in recent years . A sound system of co-operative marketing ,-he believes , will result not producer but in the lowest possible only in a : more favorable price to the ) , price to the consumer as well . Lynch states that people in the United States are now drinking . more : mi...
BABY BEEF CLUB MET FRL , APRIL 26 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
BABY BEEF CLUB MET FRL , APRIL 26 By EMMA SCHUMACHER The regular monthly meeting of the Boys and Girls 4-H Club was held - Friday evening , April 20 in the new Church School House . Mr . L . A . Matter , our club leader , was in charge of the meeting . There were 47 present at this meeting . The club program was opened with everyone singing America . Margaret Stewart then gave two piano selections Serenade and the Secret . Everett Hafenrichter sang two very interesting numbers . He was accompanied on tho piano by his sister , Uarda Hafenrichter . Mr . Matter introduced Mr . G . A . Anderson of Aurora . Mr . Anderson talked on My Trip Through the Holy Lands . He took this trip last summer with his daughter . They not only visited the Holy Lands but other countries in Europe . He told of the interesting things that happened on his trip and how beautiful the Sea of Galilee was when he was on it . He told of Jerusalem and the place where Jesus was crucified . He would like to see everyo...
Dean Hutchins of Yale - Is Named U . of C . Chief [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
Dean Hutchins of Yale - Is Named U . of C . Chief Chicago . —Robert Mnyuard Hutchins , dean of the law school of Xale university , has been appointed president of the University of Chicago . . This was announced by Ilarold II . Swift , president oC the university board of trustees . Mr . Hutchins , who is thirty years old , is the youngest man ever appointed to . the position and will be the youngest head of any major American university . He will take up his new duties on July 1 . Tho new president succeeds Dr . Max Mason , who resigned last June to become director of the division of nntural sciences of the . Rockefeller foundation .
Supreme Court Decides Sinclair Goes to Jail [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
Supreme Court Decides Sinclair Goes to Jail Washington . —The : Supreme court . refused to reconsider its opinion af- • firming the sentence of Harry F . Sinclair , the oil magnate , to three months in jail for refusing to answer questions of the senate committee in the \ Teapot Dome inquiry . The Sinclair appeal from the courts previous affirmance of the lower courts sentence Imposed for contempt of the senate , was filed last week . Sinclair s must serve the sentence-unless pardoned . Porto Rican Women to Vote San Juan , Porto Rico . —Porto Rican ; women who can read and write may vote In the 1032 election , under a bill passed by the legislature .. . . Lindy ;; . Birthplace , as Memorial Detroit , - Midi . — The three-story brick house in which Colonel LInd- . . bergh was born here has been pur chased by the Swedish Engineering society of Detroit to be preserved as -a memorial to the famous flyer . ; - , SeU New Women s Air Mark ! New York . —Miss Elinor , Smith landit j cd at Ro...
^^ MMMM ^^ MM ^ HMMI ^ MM . ^ M ^ aMM ^ MMMMi (fyw $ Nuggets Prom Illinois [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
News Nuggets From Illinois Mike Gravanis , forty-eight , manager of one of the leading restaurants In Marion, died in an automibile from heart failure. More than 500 businessi men of southern Illinois met in Mount Carmel at the district conference of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce to discuss the advantages and the promising future , of "Little Egypt." Believing his salary of $ 2,000 annually was too much , Mayor N. J. Henson, of West Frankfort, introduced an ordinance to lower it to $ 1,200 and reduce the pay of the four commissioners from $1,700 to $999. W. D. Mittler, Oak Park, Ill., twen-ty-three , a student in the University of Illinois college of commerce, died In a hospital in Urbana following an operation for appendicitis. He was a member of Chi Beta fraternity . Mrs. Mark Vaughn, residing south of West Frankfort, unable to reach her three-year-old son saw a Chicago &amp; Eastern Illinois, passenger train hit the boy near their home. The child was dead when she reac...
FLETCHERilS TO RETIRE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 1 May 1929
FLETCHERilS TO RETIRE . Henry P . Fletcher . Washington . —Henry P . Fletcher , after mor 4 than a quarter of a century of diplomatic service , is to retire as ambassador to Rome . Upon th jp appointment of his successor lie , Will return to the United States . While he has communicated no final decision -to his friends . as to his future , 5 there are suggestions that he may enter the race for the United States senate from Pennsylvania and that he may also be considered for appointment as governor general of the Philippines .