Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
Page 31
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ALTON •VMffttO THURSDAY, JANUARY I* till Sott Conservation County Meeting Set for February 1 , EDWAMfcVILLB, Jan. 19— Achievement* In the soil conser- <jfetkm program of Illinois reached • ' new high during 1949 when fttrinm ot the *t»te surpassed their accomplishments for the pre- In the amount ot conservation work applied on farmland. So states a report from Brut* B. Clark, state conservationist at Champaign, to the office of the Madison County Soil Conservation District, located in the Farm Bureau building. Officers of the Madison County district are Arthur Meffert of Highland, chairman, William M. Rohrkuste of Edwardsville, vice- chairman, Klchard Ellis of St. Jacob, secretary, and William D! Bertels of Dorsey and J, Henry Klueter of Edwardsvllle, director*. tot*! twhntettir of the U. 8. Stttl Cwwemtltm Service Is Anton Sajovetr, Reports of Madl«on County activities during the past year will be made at the annual meeting of the district at fidwardsvHle Feb. 1. Sajovetz states that during 1949, farmers cooperating with the district developed 32 complete farm conservation plans, each of which is geared to the natural capabilities of the land and designed to fit a particular farm, acre by acre. They also built 1.2 mifes of terraces, placed 520 acres under contour cultivation, Improved 226 Mnt'ftf |*Mtw*» wrttt MM farm pond* «nd oMMtructed Hx mlle« of waterway* they Mi* proved 11 atret of wlWllfe area*, planted 23,6So feet of multmorm rose and Installed 8000 feet of tiling. Compared to 1948, farmers of the state made an increaie of 19 percent In the number of farm plans which they developed In 1949 with the, necessary technical assistance by the Soil Conservation Service, state* Clark's report. Many of the Improvements in land use provided for In these plans will show In their accom- pti*tiMMita tGt 1990, M IHMfi\ By uw etoti *f 19*1, ta the report, farmers of Illinois had organtted 93 Mil eonsertt* tlon district* covering 31,000,000 •eres of land. Complete farm conservation plant have been developed by 17,819 farmers of the state. Local representatives of the U. S. Soil Conservation Service alto gave technical assistance to 1995 other farmer* with simple practices which they will later develop Into complete farm conservation plant, During 1949, Clark's report shows, farmers cooperating with i ft* tariff 111,419 „. «Mt«t* added ii,m acres of ttrlp cfop- ping, Improved 19,805 acre* ot pa*- tu«, planted ISt a«m of tit**, bum 354 firm ponds, 283 mile* of terrace* and Improved the drainage on 20,505 acre*. To de* velop better water disposal systems on their land, farmer* ot Illinois constructed 4,400,000 lineal feet of grass waterway* and'ter* race outlet* during the year. •' These are only some of the practice* which go to make up complete farm conservation plan*, says the report. A new trend among farmer* of working In niinoift Traffic Death Rate Dropped 8 Pet. nunot* highway ttafftc tataiitwa numbered it§l dtiHng tact year, a drop of 8 pereant tram th» 1811 death* In 1941, the Mate highway division ttld Monday the 1949 toll reptewmt* ed the greatest peacetime redue- neighborhood group* to *olve tnu> tual erosion problem* with tech- nieat assistance froth the Soil Conservation Service wilt have an even stronger bearing on future progress, states the report. lion from a preceding yetr Due* 1999. only during World War It, under drattie raruilment At eU villan automobile travel, were lower death rate* rt- ., the dcptrttnent aaM. A total of 199 faulitie* wet* counted la*t «w«th,a 10 hercent Inercate over Decettberi 1948. About one-half of the annual egg production of the United State* It laid in the four»month period from March through June. The okapi, a large animal ot central Africa,, wa* not known to while men until the 20th century, "UNCLF DICK SUCK'S ALTON STORE KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST!! THE JOLLY IRISHMAN HAS ORDERED ALL FLOOR SAMPLES AND -.zzr I OR 2 OF A KIND —~ • SUITES AND ODD PltCFS TO BE SOLO! I SURPRISE FLOOR 6AMPLE SALET1 SAVE 30*40* 50* UP TO 50% And MORE 1 STABLES! END TABLES - LAMP TABLES Tier Tables - Dram Tables Book Tables - CocktaH Tables UP TO $18.75 VALUES! YOUR CHOICE, Only . . . NO MATTER HOW LONG IT TAKES YOU TO PAY THERE IS NO INTEREST AND NO CARRYING CHARGE FOR EASY TERMS AT SLACK'S You'll bo MirpriMd how cheap you can buy aomo of thoto amnplo placet!. Reduced 30%, 40%, 50%, and won moral Odd Ma, thort tote, ono and two of • kind, aamplea, all top grado hi a big January Surprlee value eventl Com* in! Look thorn ovorl You'll •groo that Uncle Dick Slack hat aomo raal aurpriao aavhifa horo for you! LIVING-ROOM SEE THESE BUYS IN BEDROOM SUITES $13f.OO 3-PC. WALNUT FINISH WARDROBI SUITE MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE BUYS 'ajfjf ROCK. I IRS—ONI OP A KINO ' 14* OCCASIONAL CHAIRS— iNIAVY TAPISTRV 'S4f CHAIR WITH OHOMAN | —VILOUR COVIRS WM .,-.. I PLATfORM ROCKIR $ 29 USE YOUR CREDIT! SHI.OO 3-PC. PRIMA VERA BIDROOM SUITI S23f.OO 3-PC. MODIRN MAHOftANY FINISH SUITI . $24100 3-PIICE MODIRN MAPLI SUITI '119 '129 '148 LOOK! _.. LI1TING ROOM SUITES REDUCED! SIII.OO 2-N. M*tf*ra S2II.N 1-N. FIN MtJ. $1 7OOO tn Ilia Umaalal Salli, I / T $245,10 2*Po, Ullr* Mai' $1 MOO *m trty L»**IM'«» »«'««. • + ' S2II.N 2'P*. MM** SiOOPO $211.11 2-N. Ha* ara Irata Netdlatu Suit*, S2f 1.00 4-PC. MODIRN WALNUT VINIIR BIDROOM SUITI ... . $ 39 «44i |ll*> PLATPORM ROCKIR Iff CHAIR (I AN* OTTOMAN _ _ _ « SUM* 2-PC. MAPLR SUHROOM SUITIS S14t I.PC. MAPLI S 1 STttMO SUITIS _ Sit RIDS WITH UPHOLSTIRIO ARMS SS4 MAPLI I CHILD'S CRIR Sit MAPII CHILD'S CRIR SIM* IIRCH %« MNISH CR» * S4I MRCH OR MAPLI CHILD'S CHISTROIIS -— $ 18 7l j ___ $ 21 71 ! TWIN-IIDROOM SUITI SOLID MAPLI 34100 3-Pc. MODIRN WALNU1 218.00 «"•« SUITI 219.00 L A C K MODERN SECTIONAL SOFAS SI4I 2'MME SOFAS — — — SIII2.NUI tOFAt ___ S24i I.NHI SOFAS - - $211 t-MIOI SOFAS . SI4I 4.MIOI $410 SOFAS ZI9 $11$ 4'NIII SOFAS .._•_ ^ , /, It ill III DMETTESETS AJI'W hlto Nniili li aid Out GAS RANGES 69 50 2fl.003.P«.TOA$TID MAHOOANY SUITI _ S ALL-WOOL CARPETING OM THE ROU IY TNI VAROI I'FT.aallt-FT, WIDTHS •OROIOUI A1MINITII VILWTI CAtmi PUINI 4SO.OO 3-Pe. MAHOGANY PI- RIODSTVLI --* — SUITI _ . 249.00 A] FLOOR SAMPLE 9x12 ALL- WOOL * n wMinrvai RUGS SlOf.H $ VALUI jtlMOAl $1A§ SUMS t)AS $ IIANM T ItT IAN«I . . . * Par toHM ar Natural O)M T .J.^f^n,x.>..-.,,^Jt. XT«T^t<V»<Tr»» OELIVERY UP TO IM MILtS MtSCAJPITIIM) Taaa^a-Taaa . . •ULIITAN RENAISIANOE VALUII ALIXANDIR.IMITH MOHAWK, JM HOW. HA*)llAHrOTHIRS R«M! S44.S*lliI.4 •GtO E*IOI > 0)l' r w • S14* til* •rtM Twlit GULISTAN MNHURST IMItaM wW)W •"Jpfvl Sill 1S>M vtGV WGWJ* U7 «iM ItotM... '2160 17 JO •I4J6 MIUSTAN CHIVIOT LOOP RUGS IM to Ml, ^ajHi MIWMi tM »ltOMK». fill. Ml to Ml. • ... aW'SO" OfEH SAT. NNNT IILIP.M. 203 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL lor 2 OF A KIND IN LIMITED QUANTITIES Somt la All Co/orsf RIGULAR $79 VALUIS! RIDUCIDIYTNI f^A JOLLY IRISHMAN TO JV vGfCGMw ftjfGGfGpy vy^o vflijio *op •i*M«* «• 4II44". fMbtaa» to a*W, kert. •MWS3* POWP • GGIBf^flVMlW ••tWCy wf^U%f§ «tr»Mlra«a<. 4 BiiahtoniJ aMHUn tkalr*. Sll THISI DINIHI SIT IUYSI RIGUUR $91 VALUI SLACK'S SALE $ PRICE ONLY «M trta. 4 MtoUM akalr* -'"**- BaiRirlilia ••fcalaaarif , pffJiffP D^ajini»f«F aajppvmv* ft 1190 l^fC. DUNCAN PHVH SnLttCHROMI SIT.. VALUIS •149

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