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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
USED RADIOS $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Eke To Buy ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly West side of St . Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 HAVE PETE DO IP AI IT | | SEAT COVERS flU I U PLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 r ^ p . . __ . J 3 &gt;^ . ^ S \ ^ . &gt; f ^* r . ** &lt;** ^ f ** r ~* T •» r * T ^^ JlEake neitcr MEatj icith Less Work and . ^ qiense TURN OVER THAT JOB of loading hay , . ^ U to the Case Loader—and youll get it ^ HI tsa done faster , easier and better . When used ^ V - in combination with the Case Side Deliy- J ¦^ JB ^ J ery Rake , youve got an ideal outfit for ^ Swjfe . making prime hay fast and cheap . ¦ &lt; % &amp; - % *? With the drop deck feature which per- Traeton mils lowering of the upper part of the ele- S , * Jr er vator , the hay is delivered close to the rack Hay £ Sn * so you can easily build a firm foundation Silo Fiiten for the...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929
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NEW FARM BOARD TO BEGIN WORK JULY 15 Organization Is to Be Com -pleted at Once . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
NEW FARM BOARD TO BEGIN WORK JULY 15 Organization Is to Be Completed at Once . Washington . — President Hoover s new farm board will hold , its first meeting on Monday , July 15 . The President fixed this date , although three of the eight appointive members remain to be announced . It was indicated that the President expects to have at least two additional members named in advance of the July 15 meeting . In any event he is anxious to lose no time in getting the . work organized . Already five membets have been named , and with Secretary of Agriculture Hyde , who is an exofficio member , there are now sis out of nine ready for service . W . F . Schilling of Minnesota Is againin the running for appointment as the dairy member of the board . Mr . Schilling , who is head of a dairy cooperative , was supported strongly for the appointment , but the President offered the place to W . S . Moscrip , secretary of the same organization . Mr . Moscrip refused to accept and urged the naming o...
Girl , 21 , Murders and Burns Her Suitor ' s Body [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
Girl , 21 , Murders and Burns Her Suitor s Body Naperville , III . —A twenty-one-year-old girl confessed to strangling her sweetheart with his own belt and then ^ burning him as a human torch—the * first . torch murder on record by , a woman . The girl is Miss Laura Weaver , of Wyoming , 111 . Her victim was Wilmer T .. Kitselman , fifty-two , of Wyoming . Thirty miles she hauled Tvitselman s body after the , slaying to - a lonely roadside near the village of &gt; Annewnn , she admitted . There . she threw the corpse into a reed-filled ditch , drenched It with naphtha rind firedit . The body was found the day after the murder .. Miss Weaver- was arrested at the home of her sister , Mrs ; Joseph Welsenberger , in Naperville , 111 . Her confession was made a few hours after her arrest . Gets 300 Days for Brewing . Beer . Burnham , Calif . —Brewing beer at home brought I . L . Hill , of Tennant , a court sentence of 300 days in the . county Jail , although no charge of selling ...
AGAIN WORLD NET QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
AGAIN WORLD NET QUEEN Helen Wills . Wimbledon ,, England . — -Miss Helen Wills maintained her position as queen of the tennis world by winning the English women s singles for the third % consecutive year . She defeated her fellow Callfornian , Miss Helen Jacobs , G-1 , 6-2 ; in the first all-Ameri-can finals in the history of the British tennis championships .
POWERS TO ACT ON WAR DEBT AUGUST 6 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
POWERS TO ACT ON WAR DEBT AUGUST 6 Date Set for Conference of Foreign Ministers . Paris . —France , Great Britain , Belgium , and Germany appear : to have agreed on August 0 as the date for the conference of foreign . ministers to study methods for- nutting into operation the Young reparations plan , although negotiations as to the place for holding 1 it will continue . The general impression in- French cjrtles since Sir William Tyrrell , British ambassador : at . Paris , presented Foreign Minister Briand with Englands preference for London as the place and a single conference .. as the smethod , still is that there should be three conferences . The French want a preliminary meeting to fix the basis of discussion , a second for work in completion of certain phases of the Young plan left over for decision by the government , and a third as a final plenary session . The Frencli reply to the note Sir Tyrrell delivered a few days ago will be forwarded soon and will suggest this procedur...
Kansas Wheat Shipments Indicate Car Shortage [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
Kansas Wheat Shipments Indicate Car Shortage t Topeka , Kan . —\\ ith shipments of wheat breaking all records aiid conditions threatening a serious car shortage , Governor Reed announced that he lias asked R . E . Clark , secretary : of - the Trans-Missouri-Kansas shipping , board , to establish ids headquarters : in the ; governor s office so that closer tab on the . car situation might be kept . The farmers are dumping their wheat , on the market as fast as they can get It from the combines and threshing / .-machines , information received by the governor indicated . One day there . ¦ were 1 , 102 loaded wheat cars on • the tracks in -Hutchinson , the largest , number ever reported in that city . _ If the car shortage . situation becomes more serious and some . grain men continue-to hold cars loadedwith wheat to take advantage of the rising market , It is possible , some observers say , that embargoes may have to be placed temporarily on some of the terminals . Marine Commandant D...
iminmiimiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiimmiiinji I ILLINOIS News Notes c [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
iminmiimiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiimmiiinji I ILLINOIS News Notes c The merger of the State bank and First National bank , both of Bement , is announced . The / Mount Vernon city council passed an ordinance authorizing Sunday picture shows . While trying to learn to swim Arvle Bagley , Jr ., eight , son of Mr . and Mrs . Archie Bagley of Ottawa , was drowned . The one . hundredth , anniversary , of the founding of the Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist church , in Franklin county , near Duquoin , was observed with elaborate . ceremonies ; Clark I . Lockwood , ninety-two , died In Taylorville . He isSrvived by his widow , -hree daughSrs , ten grand children , twenty-six rtjreat grandebjk dren and five greatJ ^ reat « grandeS ? - dreh . ^ &lt; S ^ Mrs . Cora WilsoiCtforty-five , moSer of nine children , * J 3 instantly ki © ed sirucK inr eusiugnuu wnen sue was ny fast flyer on the &gt; 5 g FougrallroaJ as she attempted &amp; walRj acros © the tracks , at Hillsb ^ . to •» ...
The Weekly Historical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
The Weekly Historical WILLIAM LEPPERT William Leppert , retired , is prominent in Wheatland Township , where he has spent his entire life . He , . was born on the farm where he resides , Recember 5 , 1865 , . the son of George and Minnie ( Schaffer ) Leppert . George Leppert was born in Baden , Germany in 1839 , the son of John and Magdelene Leppert . The family emigrated to the United States in ^ pril , 1854 , and settled in Wheatland Township , after having spent several months in Ohio ., They purchased the farm of a * Mr . Houghton and it has remained the Leppert homestead ! to the present time . George Leppert became one of the successful farmers of Will County , and was one of the first school directors of the Township . He died in 1918 and is buried in the Lutheran cemetery , Wheatland Township . His first wife died in 1867 at the age of 23 years . To this union were born four children , of whom William , the subect of this sketch , was the oldest . Three children died in infa...
WILL HUNT AFRICAN GAME IN MOTOR CAR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
WILL HUNT AFRICAN GAME IN MOTOR CAR Night Pictures of Wild Life Are Sought . New xork .-rMr . and Mrs . Prentiss Gray of Larchmont and Wilfred W : Brown , ornithologist of the Academy of Natural Science of Philadelphia , have left for Africa on an automotive equipped hunting and photographic expedition sponsored by the academy to obtain night photographs of jungle wild life and specimens of rare African animals for the habitat collection of tlie museum . They will go directly to Mombasa , East Africa , where -the seven months campaign in the jungle will begin . /• Throughout the several thousand miles of the Journey Mrs . Gray will drive ; a three-quarter ton truck , equipped with a special all steel body , sis a blind for taking night ; pictures . The truck is fully protected on all sides ; and Its driving compartment is fitted with nonshatterable glass . _ . ? The car is so arranged that Mr . Gray can stand In it and operate two still cameras and two moving-picture cameras mounted...
Aerial Paymaster Aids Morale of U . S . Marines [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
Aerial Paymaster Aids Morale of U . S . Marines Washington . —The aerial paymaster is the rule in Nicaragua where United States marines are scattered through i virtually inaccessible territory . The expeditionary forces recently have completed the payment of more than $ 1 , 500 , 000 to marines stationed In outlying districts . In many instances the pay roll for the local contingent Is dropped from the plane . This Is the only way to make certain the marines will be paid promptly . While they do . not need much money in outlying districts , the fact that It comes regularly helps materially in maintaining morale and military efficiency .
Many Unique Stamps on Exhibition at Paris Show [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
Many Unique Stamps on Exhibition at Paris Show Havre , ITrance . r-Sixty-five million francs worth of postage stamps , many of them unique In the world , are being shown In the world s stamp fair , now In progress here and fostered by the French government through the undersecretory of state for posts . Among the American exhibitors is Alfred Lichtensteln , of New York , who Is showing a collection of stamps worth S 150 . 000 . ,
TAXATION AND GRAIN MARKETING SUBJECTS ON L A . A . RADIO FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
TAXATION AND GRAIN MARKETING SUBJECTS ON L A . A . RADIO FORUM Watson and Fahrnkopf to go on A ^ ir From-Station WLS Thursday , July , 11 , , 1 Farm Taxation in Illinois will be the subject for discussion ; 011 the I . A ; A . Forum program from Station WLS Thursday , July 11 , states the I . A . A . John C . Watson , director of taxation , will . be the speaker of the evening . He will go , on the . air between 6 : 30 and 7 : 00 : o clockocemtra standard-time . : : - ; - / &gt; ; ¦ - ; - . . - : : ; PX / For eight years Mr . Watson has studied , investigated ,, and fought : for tax- equalization and tax . reform in the ihterest- * of Illinois farmers ; The great need for .. this : work in part grew out of ithe : deflation of land valuations in 1920 and 1921 and the rapid increases in . ; town and city valuations since that time . While the law specifically states that all property , shall be , assessed equitably according to its value , this law was pot being carried out in...
ILLINOIS CATTLE FEEDERS ' DAY TO BE HELD JULY 12 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
ILLINOIS CATTLE FEEDERS DAY TO BE HELD JULY 12 Cattle / feeders and farmers from- all oyer . -. Illinois are expected to gather July 12 . to see the termination of the year s feeding experiments at the-College of Agriculture , University of Illinois , and take part in the annual cattle feeders ¦ iJft ^ fetMyJ &amp; s ^ * pf • • ther ~ ti uestioris ; . : raiseffi ^ lthi . n ^ ificeh ; years / by cattlemen are expected to come out of the results / which will be announced . ¦ Featuring . some of the college s blue ribbon baby beef as the piece de . resistance , a luncheon is to be sei-ved in the livestock pavilion- as an added attraction of this years meeting . • • r ¦ . ¦ -.. • . -- ;¦ A crowd larger than the estimated 600 farmers and cattle feeders of last year is expected to be on hand to get the new pointers on the economical and profitable production of beef . Chief among the points of interest about this year s experiments is a comparison between the feeding values of equ...
BRQCTON MAN SPRAYS THISTLES ; BURNS PANTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 10 July 1929
BRQCTON MAN SPRAYS THISTLES ; BURNS PANTS Lawrence Buckler , well known farmer living in- the Brocton neighborhood , is suffering from serious burns received when his clothing caught fire following an explosion of sodium on his trousers while spraying Canada thistles on the farm of his father , James Buckler . James Mcintosh who went to the assistance of the victim of the freak fire , suffered ^ severe burns about the hands : in beating out the blaze . Mr . Buckler had finished his task and was walking through am adjoining alfalfa field when he heard a sizzling noise , something like a muffled explosion , and saw his trousers burst into flames . He was mystified and was fighting a losing battle when Mcintosh came to his aid . His feet and legs , however , had been badly scorched by that time .