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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW , J . P . HAYDEN , Editor . .... Published in the Intereat of the Farmer . Third Avenue and Chicago .. Street , Jollet , Illinois ¦ _ . Telephone 4978 AU unsolicited articles , manuscripts , letters arid pictures sent to The Fanners Weekly Review lore sent at the owner s risk Bnd : the ; pubUsliprs expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . AdverUsinc will be ran until ordered out . Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at JoIIet , HI ., under Act of Congress , March 3 , 1870 . * ¦ ¦ ... — i ——¦¦ ¦ * ¦ --.. . ^ ^ ^ -. .- ... ¦ -. J ¦ : ¦ ¦
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
WHO AMI ? I am more powerful than the combined armies of the world . Ihave tj ^ stroyed more men ) than all the wars of the world . I am . more deadly than bullets and have wrecked more homes than the mighty siege guns . I steal in the United States alone over $ 3 , 000 , 000 , 000 each year . - : .- _ . .-. I spare no one . and ! find my victims amiong the rich and poor alike , the young _ and old , the strong and the wear . Widows and orphans know me . ; I loom up to such proportions that I cast my shadow over every field of labor , from the turning of the grindstone ^ to the moving of every train . I lurk in unseen places and do most of my work silently . Many are warned against me , but they heed not . I am ruthless , I am everywhere , in . the homte on the streets , in the factory , at railway crossings and at sea . 1 bring sickness , degradation , and death , and yet few seek to avoid 1 me . *¦ I destroy , crush or maim . I give nothing but take all / 1 am your worst . enemy ,...
mEfNENm . tfcfc [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
mEfNENm . tfcfc ^ Kfiil Hiraffl-LWWamsoiuC ^ l j tt = HHI nUiyg ^^ PSUtteWttoii yum Roadside co-operative fruit and veg- - etable marketing systems , one west of Chicago , and another with Bloomlngton as center , will be put Into operation this year by the Illinois Fruit Growers exchange , according to an announcement by A . B .: Leeper , manager . All kinds of fruit and vegetables grown in the state will be offered for . sale through roadside markets at the . wholesale prices that growers are recelving ajt shinping points-: ping ., the cost of transportation and necessary operating expenses . ¦ The Illinois College of Agriculture , the Illinois Chamber of Commerce , the state department of agriculture , the Illinois State Horticulture society , and the Illinois Agricultural association have pledged their support to the fruit growers . A prospectus of the Beardstown ( 111 . ) to Vincennes ( Ind . ) -section of the proposed Lincoln Memorial highway between Beardstqwn and Hodgenville ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
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BIG TEAM HITCHES BRING HORSES BACK INTO OWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
BIG TEAM HITCHES BRING HORSES BACK INTO OWN WILL COUNTY FARM BUREAU ( Continued from Page One ) Rivaling a circus .. in drawing power , six- and eight-horse teams have proved a ; great attraction in 38 farm demonstrations of big-team hitches . put on over . the state during the past . few months , by the extension service of the College of Agriculture , ¦ University of Illinois , it Ms reported by E . T . Robbins ; livestock extension . specialist . A totaliof ; 1 , 127 farmers attended the demonstrations , despite the fact thatthey wereheld : during * one : of -the farmer s busiest times . , .::. ¦;) -V . . ;¦ ; ¦¦ . Farmers attending the demonstrations could .: sesplj for themselveshow they liked the arrangement for working four to ; eight horses ^ to . . common . gang-plows and other Implements so , as to avoid side draft and handle the horses easily , In each case , the big team was driven with two lines Only * no . matter how many horses vwere . included ., - : The 38-demonstra...
NO CURE FOR CHOLERA ; VACCINATE TO PREVENT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
NO CURE FOR CHOLERA ; VACCINATE TO PREVENT .. Hog cholera has no cure and must be controlled by prevention , announces Ray E : Miller , director of livestock marketing for the Illinois AgriculturalAssociation ; ¦ : •, ; .: : ;; . ; .. - The disease is caused by an organismwhich can live a year or two outside of the animal s body . These organisms Jure found in great numbers and spread easily from herds which have been infected . Cholera may be spread in many ways ; the germ may be carried on , one s shoes or by animals , in infected straw or -litter , or -streams of water . All : dead hogs should be burned or burled deeply . Do not , go near a neigh- 1 bor s sick hogsrthey inay have . chojera , he saja / , ^ . - _ , j .. Vaccination ^ prevents __ the disease . IVlienVaceml ^ on Mr ^ pMpw ^^ lrYorm * od . the animal passes through a . mild attack or form of cholera which immunizes it against -the disease for life . A small amount of virus , injected into the- pig causes the disease ....
1913 CHEVROLET STILL DOING DUTY DAILY IN WESTERN TEXAS CITY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
1913 CHEVROLET STILL DOING DUTY DAILY IN WESTERN TEXAS CITY | In this connection , however , it might Ibe stated that Wilksdoes all his own repairing . Recently 15 hew rings were I placed in the car and other minor adI justments made . I All of the Wilkses are mechanically inclined and all prefer the Chevrolet . The father , of Spark Plug s owner has had four Ch evrolets . One of the brothers , is still -driving a % 1917 model and / anther ¦ hrotherihas is ., 192 Op ° . 4 el - - ¦ * , v v . ^ - ^ . 7 T * ^ &gt; ^ / 1913 a full year before the World War began-, and . a motor that ; was assembled when bur doughboys were encamping back in 1917 , is still in daily use at Goliad , Texas . It is called Spark Plug by its proud owner , Hugo Wilks , and of the millions of Chevrolets in use ^ today on both hemispheres , it is perhaps the oldest . ¦ ¦ . ¦¦ . True , the 1929 Chevrolet with its smooth six cylinder motor can outclimb ,,, out-speed and out-haul it . True , too , that Spark...
GROWTH IN COOPERATIVE PURCHASING OF FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
GROWTH IN COOPERATIVE PURCHASING OF FARMERS ; A : marked growth . in the field of organized ; buying to reduce costs of farm production is seen , in the : records of the . -Illinois ; Farm Supply Company , a . cooperatively owned and controlled purchasing agency representing farmers in more ; than 20 Illinois . counties , says . the Illinois Agricultural Association ; . ; --: . -: . : ; , . :: . . : ? ..- •: - V ¦ ¦ [ In the 10 months ending July 1 , 833 carloads or ; 6 , 753 i 947 gallon s of gasoline for use - in farm . tractors * gasoline engines and automobiles were distributed thru -this cooperative . This compares wtth : vonly 473 carloads , of gasoline handled in the . first , 10 months of the preceding fiscal year . Similarly 339 carloads of kerosene . were handled in the first 10 months of the resent fiscal year compared with only 223 carloads in the same period last year . The purchase of lubricating oil ° n a coouerative basis , likewise , was nearly doubled .. This , inc...
Sunday School Teacher Has 15-Year Record [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
Sunday School Teacher Has 15-Year Record Watsonville , Calif . —H . A . Hyde , prominent local florist and teacher of a Sunday school class at the First Methodist : church here , prides himself on . the record he has established for teaching a class every Sunday for the last 15 years . Even when Hyde broke his leg and was . eonfihe d to his home he notified the class of his Injuries , and Sunday morning at the regular hour the _ class ,. members presented , themselves at * -liis home . .. /«? /¦ , „
SEARS , ROEBUCK , AND CO . NOW PAYS ALL FREIGHT CHARGES ON ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
SEARS , ROEBUCK , AND CO . NOW PAYS ALL FREIGHT CHARGES ON ORDERS ^ The -pre-payment . of freight charges on merchandise sent to customers in all parts of the country by Sears , Roebuck and Co ., was announced today by R . E . AVood , president of the company . The new policy is effective immediately . The payment of parcel post charges on merchandise sent to customers through the mails was announced last January by Sears , Roebuck and Co ., arid this policy went into effect with the issuance of the spring and summer catalog . Since that time all other large mail order concerns have adopted postage paying arrangements . Paying the postage was tremendously appreciated throughout the country as evidenced by increased sales and the comment of thousands of patrons everywhere . With Sears , Roebuck and Co . paying both the parcel post and freight charges on mail order merchandise , it will be possible , for customers to order from any part of the country by sending only the pri &...
ILLINOIS BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
ILLINOIS BREVITIES Jacob Nevlll , seventy-two , for many yenrs a resident of Duquoin , died of Injuiries received wlien he was struck by n passing automobile . -Chief of Tollce \ V . R . Baker of Charleston lias issued warning that stockjngless girls appearing on the streets there will be put In jail . The year-oW son of . Attorney Emit J . Benson of Batavia was smothered by his bedclothes at his home . The baby was . the youngest of four children . v Fire on Chesney farm No . 2 near Fox lake , belonging to Otto Lehmann of Lake Villa , burned 10 , 000 chickens * nd . destroyed . - property valued at $ 10 , 000 . . J Vess Akers , forty-five , of Carthage , committed suicide after shooting and seriously wounding his cousin , Charles Prlnty .-. . Police said Akers had been drinking . After drinking a small quantity of kerosene , Bernlce Mitchell , nineteen-month-old daughter of Faye Mitchell of Mount Auburn , died , at the home of her grandmother * ln Taylorvllle . . A break in the Mil...
MILK FLOW COMES UP ON SUDAN GRASS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
MILK FLOW COMES UP ON SUDAN GRASS IJKSTER ) CASE , Tester , Will No . 2 A Guernsey herd of twenty-one- cows owned by Oscar Morgan made an average gain of , two - pounds per cow per day when turned upon sudan grass pasture for three nights . The records show , that this makes a gain of ? 34 . 10 in one months These cows willprobably gain more the . longer they are in the fresh pasture , . which would _ make more gain than mentioned above , but the cows had been in the pasture just three nights when the test was . tnken . This shows ; that a dairyman can well afford to provide a good succulent feed for his cows all year .
EARLY BIRD GETS THE AXE AND FLOCKS LOSE VITALITY AS A RESULT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
EARLY BIRD GETS THE AXE AND FLOCKS LOSE VITALITY AS A RESULT Too ofetn the : early bird gets the axe , a practice which is sapping the vigor and vitality of Illinois poultry flocks- and thereby cuting down their , money-making power , according . to H . H . Alp , poultry extension specialist of the College of Agriculture , University of -Illinois ; . . , . . - ••¦; 5 Vhat happens to the spring cockerels ¦ : which grow the quickest those which weight two to three pounds be-fore-the most of the flock weigh near that much ? Alp questions by way of bringing , the problem , ; home to poultrymen .:: Usually they are sold . All too frequently , the most ¦ promising young cockerels are sold as broilers because they are the ones -which -grow the ( quickest . They are the ones which should be saved . for-breeding , cockerels hecause ;; they . have natural vigor and vitality . The slower developing birds often save their . necks and later may find their way into the breeding peris all because ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 17 July 1929
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