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^ Ili ^ KGRAPER NEAR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
^ Ili ^ KGRAPER NEAR H « S ^| MnMH ! s Make Lofty .. Vg ^ P ^^ m Unpfofitable . ^*| T ^^^^ R ^ Where 100 , 000 men P ^ SISHSK y ears building a pyrainld . ^^^^^ £ Pharaohs , a thousand mefrffi ^^^ lir a modern skyscraper % l ^^^^ KX \ tl , e aIr in a sinSle yea ^^^^^ Kere the Pharaohs raised tbSffi ^ Mfii § rab to stand for all time , ^ % iiiiiIiiiiS £ modern monument to « 0 ^^^^^^^ xed at 25 years . Chll- . d ^^^ mg ^^ icir these lofty towers lef ^^ m ^^» rd the sky today in ; N ^^^^^^ Ehjcago , and a score of $ ^ llIlSiiiit ns middle-aged ad- [ ni ^ s ^ M ^ Bm / leveled again . l ?| ^^^^ Kition Is that the average ^^^^ n fr is being built compar- atl !? e 1 j ||| 5 ^ leoply as a subdivision hu ^^^ ffi ^ w ause the builder cannot afl 5 ^^^^ M » chances on the course ® llilllllli | anglng lnnd values as tWdj | l | l | i | H | city changes its course ofif ^^^^ plnts out Silas Bent in \( kn ^^^^^ Hc . They cannot risk staKg |§| Sswtune in a giant office 8 t ^ MM »; to find that within...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
: —— : —— -T . 1 CATTLE HEREFORD CATTLE FOR SALE . 184 cows . with calves , 128 springer cows , 118 two year old springer heifers , 150 two year old steers , 246 yearling steers , 238 yearling heifers , 426 weaned calves * 5 registered bulls . • Females all T . B . tested , can be sorted to suit purchaser . Clemmie Ruggles , Fairfield , Iowa , Box 441 . Phone 702 . 21-22 FRESH COW , 6 years old , $ 126 . Write or call . Dont pljone . J . C . Hart , mann , Crete . HEREFORD CATTLE FOR SALE . 184 cows with calves , 128 . springer cows , 118 two year old springer heifers , 150 two year old steers , 246 yearling steers , 238 yearling heifers , 426 weaned calves , 5 registered bulls . Females all T . B . tested , can be sorted to suit purchaser . Clemmie Ruggles , Fairfield , Iowa , Box 441 Phone 702 . : ¦ -:,.: • .. LARGE POLLED HEREFORD COW with pedigree . Will be fresh in month . Guernsey heifers . Swiss bull . Guernsey bull . Thos . Stewart . Phone Plainfield S 5-W-2 . MISCELLANEOUS F...
Wfavs yfyggets From Illinois [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Wfavs yfyggets From Illinois v— r ^ EdwIn T . Coleman , seventy-one , vet- , fran Illinois newspaper man , for forty - years with the Decatur Review , died . suddenly in his home in Decatur . Fire wrecked the building and destroyed the wholesale drug stock of . Bartz and Bahhseh in Rock Island . The loss is $ 250 , 000 , covered by insurance . .. Daniel Larsen , Herrin high school ex-teacher , was convicted of man- ¦ slaughter in connection with the deigh of Lorene Morris , sixteen , a Herrin 1 high school girl . Earl Leo , a business man of Effingham , charged with selling thirsty proh . hlbIUon sleuths several drinks in the rear of his store , has been arrested , and held under bonds of $ 4 , 000 . The body of Charles Mantel , fifty- • seven , an inmate of the Madison L county farm at Edwardsville , was found in a 25 foot well on the farm . ; Authorities said Mantel had made ; several threats of suicide . Daniel Barry , sixteen years old , of Indianapolis , arrested in Lake Forest...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HATOEN , V • PabUshed to Uic lnte «^ of Ute Parmer Third Avenne and CMcago Street , JoUet , Plinote ^ ;¦ . Tcaephona 4 » 7 » AH anaoHcHed articles ; mannacripte , ilettera and pictures sent to The PannenF Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk and tlie ^ BbUaVn expressly repudiate any , UabiBty or responsibility for their safe custody or return . AdTertMng win be run until ordered oat . » , Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at JeDet , TO ., under Act of Congress , March 8 , 187 t . - ., &gt; - •¦ -.. r iggSfc ?
Church Facing Crisis in Shift of Population in the Great Cities [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Church Facing Crisis in Shift of Population in the Great Cities ^ By REV . W . W . PICKETT ( Congregationalist ) , Detroit . The present-day shift of the city population into the suburbs is a direct challenge to the Christian church to go out and capture these areas if the church is not to be faced with a steady diminution of po ^ yel • * in the city . We are facing an emergency and a crisis . So long as American society was dominantly rural , Christianity was a dominant influ- • ence . But . with the movement of population to the large cities , the church failed to maintain its civic and social influence , and the city is pagan , with spots of Christianity . Now there is a movement equally as important , toward the suburbs , which will transform the entire texture of city life . Is this generation of the church going to fail to capture the suburbs as the generation of our fathers : failed to capture the city ? Millions are moving out to territory where there are no churches . The p...
Training of Younger Generation of Immigrants Important for Civilization . - ¦ ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Training of Younger Generation of Immigrants Important for Civilization . - ¦ ¦ \ By DR . ROMAN DYBOSKI , Chicago Social Worker . Training children of European immigrants in the culture of their parents countries seems to me to be the best method of preventing a rift between America and Europe . There is no use denying that a rift has opened up between America and Europe since the war . We are in danger of losing the unity of Western civilization and if the world breaks into two units a third party may arise , probably Asia headed by Russia . The civilization of America and Europe is what we believe to be the best in the world , and the link between America and Europe seems to be the second generation immigrants . There must be people on both sides of the Atlantic who understand each other if there is to be unity of peace and unity of culture . It is the younger generation of immigrants who , have the best strain of European culture . This helps them to understand Europe . They shou...
¦ alBiWBin ? fe '' [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
¦ alBiWBin ? fe ¦ i ^ aHiram . LViWanuion , CM ^ Vegv mii » g » S » Sw * ykftJwl &gt; . ^ HPJR ^ r Governor , Emmerson has vetoed the measure . introduced by Representative Richard J . Lyons , Mundeleln , to bar muffler cut-outs on motor boats . Governor Emmerson has . signed the bill Introduced by Senator Harry Wilson , , Plnekrieyville , creating a Buy Illinois Products commission . New construction started recently in Illinois and Chicago showed quite an Increase over the preceding week s totals . The state s total , $ 26 , 632 , 500 in amount , was almost double the previous week s figures , while Chicago s record amounting to $ 20 , 217 , 300 was more than double its previous week s total . The bill Introduced by Senator Epler C . Mills , Virginia , giving municipalities authority to extend additional tax for fire protection , has been signed by the governor . Improvements are under way on the Illinois state fair grounds for the annual exposition , August 17 to 24 . Bui...
Cannibalism Is Serious Habit Among Hen Flock [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Cannibalism Is Serious Habit Among Hen Flock What is known . among poultry raisers of experience as cannibalism among hens Is in many cases a really serious proposition . If a hen with nothing else to occupy her gets to pecking }\ t one of her mates and perchance plucks a feather and that feather perchance Is a new one and a little-blood should appear , another and more vigorous peck is made ; this time a real wound is made and more blood Is brought forth . From this time on this old hussy becomes a veritable cannibal . Others of the flock are more than likely to Join her in this cannibalism and it takes but a short while for them to actually get their victim down and tear her TO pieces . Poultry experts of the Ohio Experiment Station have found that trimming plf the point of - the under beak just about down to the quick will- at once stop &gt; the mischievous work -of . an Individual so treated . Sometimes , it is but necessary to trim one or two individuals - that . happen...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS The : first international congress On mental hygiene will be held in Washington next May 5 to 10 ; and . President Hoover has consented to act as lion orary president . It is now First Lieutenant . Herbert Hoover , Jr . The son of the President has been given that rank in the specialist reserve of the army . President Hoover signed a bill releasing 2 , 800 . 000 acres of national forest land claimed by the Northern Pacific railroad , from application of the land grant acts . Air mail , express and passenger planes of Southern Sky Lines , Inc ., will begin operating during the next 12 months over airways totaling 5 , 924 miles and connecting most of the principal cities of the country .
Hoover Makes Boulder Canyon Act Effective [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Hoover Makes Boulder Canyon Act Effective Washington . — President Hoover signed a proclamation putting into effect the Boulder canyon project under the compact which be , as secretary of commerce , negotiated six years ago be- , tween ; the ; states of Arizona , California . Colorado / Nevada , New Mexico , Utah and Wyoming . .. ¦ : ¦ -. ¦ Though Arizona has not yet complied with all the conditions of the Boulder canyon project act , passed by congress in December , the terms of the act state that the project providing for the redistribution of the waters of the Colorado river in these states , shall be made effective upon the ratification of six of the seven stales , which has been accomplished . In a statement issued by the Presi dent he explained the status of the project , and voiced the hope that Arizona and California may compose their mutual problems which have hitherto prevented Arizona from join ing in the compact . The Boulder canyon act authorized an outlay of . $ 105 , ...
SUGAR TARIFF RATES GET MOST ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
SUGAR TARIFF RATES GET MOST ATTENTION Subcommittees Gathering Information for-Senate . Washihgton . T-The senate finance subcommittee which Is considering the tariff proposals affecting sugar imports found itself in the midst of the controversy which raged around that schedule of the tariff bill In the house and Is expected to be characterized by even more bitterness in the senate . . Although all four of the finance committees subcommittees are busy with hearings preliminary to the task of rewriting the . house tariff bill for consideration by the senate / after August 19 / and most of them are taking testimony on sharply disputed sections , the sugar subcommittee s hearings are overshadowing all in the interest they are engaging . Not only are more witnesses striving to be heard and . more delegations and individuals striving to bear but the committee members themselves have clearly demonstrated their estimate of the schedule as probaibly the most controversial in the bill by adop...
HOG CHOLERA IS CAUSE OF LOSSES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
HOG CHOLERA IS CAUSE OF LOSSES Measures to Control Various Diseases Are Needed . ( By 3 . W . LUMB , Extension Veterinarian , Kansas State Agricultural College . ) Knowledge is power in the control of swine diseases . - - It has been estimated that only 60 per cent of the pigs farrowed live to marketable age . It is commonly assumed that 90 per cent of all losses from diseases in swine may . be charged , to , hog cholera . , ! .. : AVhile in continuous use , the old hog lots and houses may become centers for . external parasites such as lice and mange mites and more death dealing microscopic organisms , those that cause pig diseases such as scurvey , scours , infectious nasal catarrh , bronchitis , infectious odema , swine pest , undesirable sequels to wound infections , eczema , necrobacillosis of the skin , nose ,- - stomach , and intestines , and various types of pneumonia . Besides all these troubles , there are the ever present large round Worm eggs . Preventive measures to con...
Oats Replace Corn for Hogs in Purdue Ration [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Oats Replace Corn for Hogs in Purdue Ration Swine feeding results at Purdue university , LaFayette , Ind ., show that oats in rations for swine should be limited to one-half tlie weight of the ration . More than this weight is not used economically and gains are slower . The corn replacement value of the oats varies according to the amount of oats used . When one-fourth of the ration was oats , one bushel of oats replaced two-thirds of a bushel of corn . AVhere oats made up one-half the ration , v a bushel of oats was equal to only one-half bushel of corn .
Get Lambs Eating [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Get Lambs Eating Many shepherds clip the wool from around the ewe s udder which , of course , lessens the wool ball danger , but with wool always on fences and troughs one has to get the lambs to the eating habit as soon as possible .- Lambs a few weeks old enjoy nibbling at grain , oats , bran and cracked corn with ai sprinkling of linseed oilmeal , which makes va . fine lamb feed , and It is surprising how soon the lambs will become accustomed to eating whole . corn . • • ¦ ¦ ¦
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
FOR SALE accredited dafcr eowm , ready to c « into any bard wttfaoot . taking , Heavy Springers , Hoi . steins , Guernaqra , ate . After looldng them ever yon will be surprised to And oar cattle priced very reasonable . ,..: ,. Notfalnc sold nnder qnaraaV TONTMB 8 SMAN Mfat , Dt .: nMB » . MKX 4 MBJHaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTa
Family of Five Burned to Death in Automobile [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
Family of Five Burned to Death in Automobile Angola , Ind . —Five members of a family were burned to death when their automobile collided with another near here and burst into flames . The dead are : . Mrs . Otha Trosper , twenty-seven , 5124 Baden avenue , Detroit , Mich ., her three children , Iona , seven , Eleanor , five , Robert , 3 , nnd Henry Trosper , fifty-three , Plainfield , Ind . Fascists Win German City Election Coburg , Germany . —Fascists elected 13 out of 20 members of the Coburg board of aldermen , the first time they have succeeded anywhere in Germany . Copenhagen . —The Federation Internationale Aeronautique closed its convention here to meet next year In Paris and with the understanding that Its annual congress would be held in the United States In 1033 .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
a ^ HHIBH ^ IflHHannnMBnnMHMannn HHH 1 i SUPR EME Radiator Body Go . BODIES , FENDERS AND . RADIATORS REPA 1 RES and REBUILT r 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Rea . Phone S 463-J FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and ntWhmi ttf Brake Experts . See as tf year • rakes dont hold . We use an all-weather Uaiag J 0 L 1 ET AUTO BRAKE CO The Home of Better Brakes M 5 N . Jollet St . PHONB &lt; MM PAPESH CASH GROCERY and MARKET High Quality Groceries and Meats , Fruits and Vegetables in Season 1101 N . Hickory Street Near Ruby St Phone 5227 . The Old Poultryman s Calendar Send dollar bill or money order LOUIS C . FREDERICK 71 . Shawmut Avenue East Weymouth , Mass . KRAMER CLEANING &amp; DYING SERVICE PETER KRAMER &amp; SONS Masquerade Costumes , Masks and Makeup Phone Plainfield 35 Main and Eastern Ave . Plainfield , Illinois Phone 4965 657 E . Jefferson St . Joliet , IUmoia SEETHE NEW FRESHMAN MASTERPIECE RADIO SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model Aa L...
STEAM DEADLYTO BACTERIA IN MEAT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
STEAM DEADLYTO BACTERIA IN MEAT Dr . Spiesman Tests Reveal Ordinary Cooking Methods Do Not Kill Spores . ^ Chicago , in . — Every housewifes problem of preparing bacteria—free meat for her familys table , is about to be solved . This is indicated In researches being brought to a close , here by Dr . Manuel G . Spiesman , specialist in diseases of the intestinal tract , working in conjunction with Mrs . Grace Viall Gray , home economics expert of the , ¦ Household Science Institute In brief . Dr . Spiesmans experiments show that if every housewife were to cook her meat dishes under steam oresunder steam pres Or . Spiesman . sure instead of in open kettles , that the meat woud be , unquestionably safe for eating without Jetracting in the least from its nutritive or palatable qualities . To the layman , perhaps the most surprising fact revealed by Dr . Spiesman s studies was that the cooking methods ordinarily used in most households—oven , boiling , broiling and frying—do . not destro...