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CITES DANGERS IN BUYING SHEEP WITH NO THOUGHT OF MUCH NEEDED CARE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
CITES DANGERS IN BUYING SHEEP WITH NO THOUGHT OF MUCH NEEDED CARE Hundreds of rams and ewes which will be bought by Illinois farmers during the next two or three months will need . to be purchased with care if sheep raising is to continue to ( be profitable , it is pointed out by W . G . Kammlade , in charge of sheep husbandry at the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois . This added care is necessary because of the increased number of sheep in the country and the consequent hazard in producing anything but the highest quality stuff , he explained . Those who have ewe flocks already established should by all means get good rams with which to mate them . Only by so doing can a product of good quality be secured . In some sheep raising countries the practice is to buy rama for the production of commercial lambs at a cost equal to from five to ten times the value of the average ewe . When good rams are secured this is not an exhorbitant price and might serve as a fair guide a...
mimtniMiimiiiiimmimimmimmg . Neu > 8 Brevities I of lUuidis niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
mimtniMiimiiiiimmimimmimmg . Neu &gt; 8 Brevities I of lUuidis niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs . Mary J . Heard , seventy-two , . • wife of Justice Oscar E . Heard of the Supreme . court .. of Illinois , died in Freeport A proposal to issue courtesy cards , granting unlimited parking privileges to visitors , has been voted down by the Champaign city council on- the ground it would disrupt the parking system . . David W . Patterson , eighty-one , one © if the last of the wagonsmiths and : horseshpe rs to be forced into retirement by the coming of the automobile , Is dead in Danville after a long illness . Ernest Basinger , a prominent farmer of the Jenkins Ford neighborhood , drowned in the big Vermilion while • bathing near the ford . He was apparently seized with cramps . Five murder cases against Morris Mansfield , alleged wholesaler of poison liquor which claimed 20 lives in . • :. .-Peoria . in March , were set for trial September . 3 before Judge Jo...
WICKERSHAM WOULD SPLIT "DRY" BURDEN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
WICKERSHAM WOULD SPLIT DRY BURDEN Urges Divided Responsibility for Enforcement . New London , Conn . —George W . Wickersham , in his first utterance since his appointment as chairman of President Hoovers law enforcement commission , broght the subject of prohibition and probibition enforcement squarely before the conference of governors assembly here . Wickersham , not here in person , wrote his opinion in a letter to Governor Roosevelt of New York , read to the conference b y Roosevelt The highlights of the letter : - 1—The . statement that thus far the national government alone has borne the brunt of the work of prohibition enforcement . 2—A tacit admission that prohibition enforcement efforts thus far have been characterized by failure , and that they have , been conducive to the growth of crime . 3—A recommendation that the federal * government confine itself to preventing manufacturing , importation and interstate trade in intoxicants , and that the states themselves stamp out ...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS The Dominican republic will shortly erect a legation to cost $ 150 , 000 on Massachusetts avenue . Edward R . Stoever of Philadelphia has been appointed United States trade commissioner of London . MaJ . Gen . Wendell C . Neville has been named to succeed General Lejeune as commandant of the Marine corps . President Hoover announced the appointment of MaJ . Gen . Creed C . Hammond of Oregon as auditor of the Philippine islands . White House economy caused the executive offices to be the only agency of the government which expended less money in the fiscal year 1929 than in 1928 . President Hoover announced the appointment of Leslie A . Macleod of Massachusetts as auditor of Porto Rico , succeeding Frederick G . Holcomb , resigned . Maj . Gen . John A . Lejeune , former commandant of the United States Marine corps , ended his service with the corps after 45 years on duty . He retires officially November 12 . Will Restore Old Church Raleigh , N . C—A preliminary meet...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
Mep % * Roebuck RETAiL STORE -- r ; . . . .. . .. - store Hours St . JOLIET H Telephone ™ 3 « Outi ^ Sporting Equipment WLS Golf Outfit ^ amlping Equipment xir i c r . ¦ v- i W . L . S v Outing Jugs Ju | y Values | 7 . ii ° » IfcCustomers BShareinOur ory shafts with ?? lfsk ! n ^ r , i S S J WLS 72 GoU Ball » .... 3 for $ 1 . 53 W L S Jugs keep f 00 d hot or col ( 1 for 10 or 3 % inch opening admits minum . stopper . One gallon capacity . ^^ &lt; ** i | Un ^ rella TglltS Pants Tennis Rackets ° r High grade closely woven waterproof canvas with wood center pole and wood stakes . Guaranteed waterproof and mildew resisting . Heavy brown waterproof floor sewed in . Beautiful forest green cover . Folds into a neat compact roll . * £ • 17 U * g ~* 1 * 1 l \ lll g rOldUlg tUSUHp O 6 Q 8 tPTQQ - « j , , -, | . f &gt; 1 riCuClOIl C / £ LStin g IvOuS M •— Guaranteed to hold 1 , 000 ibs . without tipping or break- - , - , ^ Ta &amp; mUown ¦ * ¦ - v or set up in d jif- - ...
-iflPlNDnfP rr ( rjr [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
-iflPlNDnfP rr ( rjr \ ^ mii ^ s ^ m The Illinois Chamber of Commerce , through its Industrial development department ,: headed by C . ; L . Hardin , has asked Clarence . F . Buck , director of the state \ department of agriculture , for information concerning the distribution by counties of t ie 9 , 570 , 000 acres of Illinois soil in corii last year . The Illinois Chamber of Commerce intends to . utilize these figures in determining where corn stalks may be converted into pulp most advantageously . President Scott Brown of the association is making the organization a real factor for good in ^ our state . Garret De F . Kinney , director of finance , under whose department administration of the gasoline tax law is placed , , calls attention to a section of the law which provides that all gasoline in storage on August 1 is liable to the tax even though purchased during July . Penalties for violation of the provision may be a fine of from $ 25 to $ 500 and , imprisonment in the county...
WITH ONE LEG , WINS FAME AS ATHLETE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
WITH ONE LEG , WINS FAME AS ATHLETE Overcomes Handicap to Star in Many Sports . Mexico City . —Gabriel Tornell lost his right leg when he was sixteen years old but instead of turning into an invalid lie became an athlete . Now at the age of thirty-four , Tornell is one of tl 3 rare sights of Mexico City . He rides horseback , swims , plays basket ball , tennis and Handball , rides a bicycle , boxes and can do all manner of stunts in a gymnasium . From 5 : 00 a . m ... to mid-day he is c : • liier-ln-chief for the Mexico street SIJV . Afternoons he is director of grounds for the federal district . I between times he is looking after six children . in his home in Mix- • uc , a suburb of the capital . Tornell might have been a general in the Mexican army by now had it not been for the loss of his leg . In 1912 he was a cadet in the military college . The rifle of a fellow cadet , accidentally discharged , sent a bullet at close range into his right limb . Barely Escaped Death . For day...
DENY EXISTENCE OF LOBBY AT CAPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
DENY EXISTENCE OF LOBBY AT CAPITAL Statement by Methodist Board Made Public . Washington . —The board of temperance , prohibition and public morals of the Methodist Episcopal church , in a statement , repeated its denials that a political lobby , is maintained in Washington to exert influence for legislation in which it • is interested . The statement , -. contained in the weekly clip sheet of the board , was indirectly a reply to Representative George Holden Tlnkliam , Republican , of Massachusetts , a wet . Mr . Tlnkliam recently asked the attorney general to prosecute the board on the ground that it has participated in political campaigns and-yet has failed to make a report of its expenditures as required by law . The board declared that it had made no report because it made no expenditures which were properly reportable . Admitting that Its representatives - sometimes appear before committees of the house and senate , the board asserts that such duties are undertaken in co-opera...
KANKAKEE FAIR TO BE GREATEST IN BIG HISTORY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
KANKAKEE FAIR TO BE GREATEST IN BIG HISTORY 1929 Season of Inter-State Show to Exceed Those of Former Years . The Kankakee Inter-State Fair , The World s Greatest Outdoor Entertainment and the largest agricultural exposition in this part of the United States , will throw open ; i | s gates to the public on August 12 for the six biggest days in its record-breaking history . No effort nor expense , has been spared to make the famous Kankakee valley exposition Bigger and Better Than Ever . Months of painstaking labor will culminate injpresenting to Its patrons the greatest aggregation of the newest arid moist outstanding attractions ever attempted in the history of outdoor expositions . Beautiful Horse Show . The Society Horse Show , for many years a feature of the big Kankakee fair , will be a $ 21 , 000 show this year . This department has in the past drawn the best show horses from practically every prominent stable in . the country , and indications are thajfleiitries this season w...
WATCHFULLY WAITING . I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
WATCHFULLY WAITING . I Governor , General Davis . Manila .-TrGov . Gen . Dwight F . Davis message to the legislature when it / convened for the annual 100-day term , ; vas-in general terms and without specific , recommendation , his recent arrival in the Philippines leaving ; him still unfamiliar with many details . ; ; ,. ,-- _ .. . ..,.. _ .
^ f— PICTORIAL—mi bOLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
^ f— PICTORIAL—mi bOLF INSTRUCTION By H . B . Martin i i 1 i Imperative to Keep the Head Down IT IS a cardinal rule in golf to keep the head down in all shots . It is almost absolutely imperative that one do this In playing a mashie pitch . Tlie main part of an approach shot if it is over a trap or water is that it goes high enough to clear everything . If the head is not kept down there will be a tendency to bring the club up also . This must not be done , as tlie club in order to make sure of picking up tlie ball must go forward . This permits , the . loft on the club to take care of the height of the flight . One may take the eye off the hall so long as tlie head is held in position , but it is not wise to attempt this . Valuable Far Land or river otter is used to make fur coats . It is one of the most durable of our native furs . It ranks as one of the finer furs .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
Kankakee ^ Fair AUGUST 12 , 13 , « 4 , 15 , 16 , 17 , Complete Agricultural Exhibition Splendid Livestock Show MONDAY . August 12 th—Soldier . Day . TUESDAY . August 13 th—Illinois Day . WEDNESDAY , Auguit 14 th—Indiana and Kankakee Day . THURSDAY , August 15 th—Livestock . Day . &gt; FRIDAY , August 16 th—Home-CoiningDay and Chicago Day . SATURDAY . August 17 th— -Automobile Races . j MAGNIFICENT , BRILLIANT HORSE L SHOW AFTERNOON AND EVENING r Complete Free Circus in Front of the Grandstand Spirited and Hotly Contested Running , Harness and Chariot Races Every Afternoon $ 100 , 000 Premiums , Races and Attractions 8 , 000 Miles of Illinois Paved Roads Lead to the Kankakee Fair 40-Foot Paved Boulevard From Chicago to Kankakes ) World s Greatest Outdoor Entertainment LEN SMALL . Secretary KANKAKEE . ILLINOIS ¦ - —— i iM ¦ -: ¦ * -. -. • v , * ¦ - . - . : «¦ ¦ I - Why Putter Around With dull tools , and saws , or an old lawn mower that will hardly cut . Our Prices Are Always ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
/^ H ^ i ^§&gt; jg / THE FASTEST GROWING INDEPENDENT MOTOR FUEL IN THE MIDDLE WEST WILL COUNTY FARMSUPPLY COMPANY Office Phone 3593 Joliet , III . Office : C . &amp; J . Building Warehouse Phone 4080 Henneberry Motor Sales Come in and See the New iSlix-Cylinder Chevrolet Used Car Headquarters of Will County OUR BUSINESS WAS BUILT ON GOOD SERVICE AND IS STILL GOING 3 1928 Chevrolet Sedans 2 1928 Chevrolet Coupes 2 1928 Chevrolet Coaches 3 1927 Chevrolet Coaches 3 1926 Chevrolet Sedans 3 1926 Chevrolet Coupes 3 1926 Chevrolet Coaches 2 1925 Chevrolet Sedans 1 1927 Hudson Coach 1 1926 Studebaker Big Six Sedan 1 1927 Pontiac Coach 1 1927 Essex Coach 1 1927 Oakland Coach 1 1926 Oakland Roadster * 1 1926 Buick Coach 1 1925 Dodge Touring MANY GOOD USED TRUCKS Henneberry Motor Sales [ CHEVROLET DEALERS 802 N . CHICAGO STREET PHONES 4884-4845 Where Automobiles are : Priced Right Financed Right IGuaranteed Right i
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 24 July 1929
Be Chary of Advica Jud Tunkins says you can give ad vice that you are sure Is for tlie best But , in most cases , its about as wel come as a spoonful of castor oil . — Washington Star . 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 B . Jefferson St Joliet . Illinois