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Thermometer and Fan [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Thermometer and Fan ne bureau of standards says thai xs a rule , air iroin an electric fan blowing on a thermometer ivill have no esventiai effect on the mercury ff a very sensitive rhermometei is placed in front of afan . it may , how ever , cause a slight rise in tempera ture inasmuch as the air which passe ? by the motor becomes slightly boated
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Mr . Tractor Prospect ! You are urged to attend the Wheatland Plowing Demonstration and see Model L and Model C . Case Tractor doing their stuff . Everybody is talking about how wonderful they perform .. Henneberry Implement Co . JoUet &gt; IU . 813815 Collins St . Phones 549-550 JOLIET Opportunity Grocery Sale Starting Sept . 12 to 16 , This Store Will Stage the Greatest Sale Ever Inaugurated in the City Don t Fail to Attend and Share in This Big Opportunity Sale . Buy Your Needs Here . Read Every Item , Then Come and Save . Orders Delivered in Joliet , Rockdale and Lockport ^^^¦¦¦¦¦¦^¦¦¦¦¦ iMHMiMHHMiHBHHMHiHBBiMHBBHHHHBn ^ HHMHflBKHl • # aBBHBHHHMHHHMHBHBMHBHBBBHHHBHHHiHMBHMHHi ¦ -. ¦ ¦ - ¦¦¦ - . . . .. ¦ . \ COFFFEE A or bring your own jug , gal . 35 c American Family Flakes 1 A PEACHES Dutchess Apples 9 C /» ; Bottle Caps , the best | £ large ukg . .... 1 «/ C 4 pounds £ 3 C Boston Best , Special for this sale , quality , per lb . .............. I « JC . : . . . ^ Peache...
KEEP AIR MOVING FOR A COOL HOME IN WARM WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
KEEP AIR MOVING FOR A COOL HOME IN WARM WEATHER Propeller Unit in Central Plant Also Makes for Eco- ^ v npmical Heating . Prof . Leonard Erskine Hill ,. Ei „ land s grand old man of ventilation , is one of the scientific authorities who have proved that , keeping the air In ; . the home constantly moving is the •• simplest and most effective way to . make .- the house cool in summer , according to the Holland Institute of Thermology of Holland , Mich . ¦ - • - . Besides being a fellow of University College , Lon Prof . L . E . Hill . : . &gt; : ana uirecung . the department of applied physiology of the , British National Institute of Medical Research , Professor Hill bears the titles M . B ., F . R . S ., Hon . A . R . I . B . A . He is the inventor of an instrument called the kata thermometer , tised in air conditioning work , and author of numerous books on medical and other scientific subjects . Professor Hill is one of the-scientists in England , Germany and the United S...
Ethylene Gas . Speeds Ripening of Tomato v ————— . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Ethylene Gas . Speeds Ripening of Tomato v ————— . Found to Be Effective Accelerator by Growers . Tomato growers who wish to hasten tlie ripening of their crop to take advantage , of early markets will find treatment with ethylene gas an effective accelerator , according to Dr . R . H . Harvey , agricultural botanist , University Ifarra , St . Paul , inventor of this process , which has recently been granted a parent . Many wholesalers and commercial growers now are using the ethylene method of ripening with notable success . All that is necessary in the way of special equipment is a . suitable room or chamber and a tank of ethylene gas equipped with a simple flow meter . The meter , plus enough gas to treat several carloads of tomatoes , will cost only about S 30 . The gas . cost is negligible , ranging from about 40 cents to $ 1 . 00 a carload . The room or chamber should be closed off so as to make it practi -ally gas tight . An ordinary plastered room , or cellar room , will wor...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
NOTICK Administrator s Final Settlement Estate of AIfred N Porter , ]&gt; ceased . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN , That the undersigned , Administrator of the Estate of Alfred N . Porter , deceased , has caused his final Report and Account as such Administrator , to be placed on file in the office of the Clerk of the Probate Court of Will County , State of Illinois , and that he will apply to said Court on the Second Mondayi of the November Term , A . D . 1929 , being the 11 th day of November A . D . 1929 , on coming in of Court , in the morning of that day or-as soon thereafter , as he can be heard , for an order of approval of said Report and Account , and for his final discharge ,. at which time and place all persons interested can appear and show cause , if any they have , why such order and discharge should not be granted . CHARLES SONNTAG , Administrator of the Estate of Alfred N . Porter , deceased . September 12 .. 1929 . PENCE B . ORR , Atty . for Estate . PUBLICATION NOT...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ H ¦¦¦ « ¦¦ ¦ ; ii ¦ ¦¦ ¦ . .. « : LEGAL NOTICES : ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ . ¦«¦¦¦ PUBLICATION NOTICE Petition to Sell Real Estate to Pay Debts . STATE OF ILLINOIS , Will County , ss . Probate Court of Will County , To the October Term , A . D . 1929 . Frank J . Zidek , Executor of the last Will and Testament of George Zivnostka , Deceased , vs . Joseph Zivnostka , Caroline Sitar , Anna Bor , Frank Zivnostka , Michael ; Zivnostka , Anna , Kalusik , Ighacz Kalusik , Mary Klimek , Joseph ; Matis , Orphans Home , Lisle , Illinois , St . Cyril and Methodious Church , at Joliet , . Illinois ; Franktiskansky Klasitor , Lemont , Illinois , the Pastor , of Hobovka , Czechoslovakia and the unknown heivs at law . legatees and devisees of George Zivnostka , deceased . Affidavit of the non-residence of Joseph Zivnostka , Anna Bor , Frank Zivnostka , Michael Zivnostka , John Zivnostka , Helena Jurco , Anna Kalusik , Ignacz Kalusik , the Pastor at Hobovka , Czechoslovak...
Obtain Healthy Seed for Spuds [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Obtain Healthy Seed for Spuds Most Profitable Plan Is to Eradicate All Infectious Diseases . ( Prepared by tho United States Department of Agriculture . ) Sweet-potato growers will find it profitable to eradicate , so far as is possible , the several destructive dis-eases-which annually cause losses in the growing of the crop .- Of these diseases , stem rot is one of the most difficult to control , and control methods minimizing damage from stem rot also reduce injury from several other parasitic infections . Breeding Plot . . L . L . Barter and J . L . Weimer , sweet-potato specialists in the United States Department . if Agriculture , In a recent . publication say they have learned from experience that the use of what may be called a breeding plot is of considerable value in eradicating stem rot and other diseases . Use Separate Field . While it is advisable to pull up and destroy all diseased plants , they continue , it is a • big task where the acreage is large . . Where . it is...
Air Moving at Slow Speed Makes for Most Comfort [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Air Moving at Slow Speed Makes for Most Comfort Large volumes of air moving at low velocities are more efficient in producing a cooling comfort effect than relatively small quantities moving at high velocity , the Holland Institute of Thermology of Holland , Mich ., states . Twelve years of research in American laboratories of ventilation have shown that the cooling effect of moving air cannot be doubled simply by doubling the speed of its motion . This principle is taken advantage of In the modern vaporalre heating system which produces a cooling effect In the home during summer by keeping , the air circulating through it at moderate velocity . This-system working in hot weather moves three or four times as much air through the rooms as the ordinary warm air circulating system does in winter . . In winter , too , the . system operates on the principle of a large volume of moderately . warmed air instead of a small quantity of superheated air . r And this makes for health because mo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
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Dispose of All Surplus Fowls [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Dispose of All Surplus Fowls No Profit in Holding Cockerels Longer Than Twelve Weeks . All surplus males , indeed all of the cockerels whether they are to be ¦ raised or not , should be removed from the company of the pullets before they a re old enougii to become bothersome . On most farms it is the custom to sell the males at the age when they weigh about 2 pounds each . . Chicks that are hatched before the first of April bring good prices at the 2-pound stage . This should be by the time they . are 10 or 12 weeks old . &lt; . • earlier . Many grow good broile :- 2 pounds in eight weeks , sonii in six . No !• ¦ ¦ . „ .. i in Holding . There . is no profit in holding the cockerels longer than 12 weeks , unless they are to be kept for breeding purposes-, or to supply a special market . I know of a number of poultry men who supply motorists chicken lunches and dinners during the sum mer and early fall . These men make a good profit by holding , the cock- , erels to a later da...
Fattening Turkeys on Range Is Proper Plan [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Fattening Turkeys on Range Is Proper Plan In getting , the turkeys ready for market it is a good thing to begin feeding a little night and morning about the middle of September . The feed should be very light at first and the amount- gradually increased until about ten days before marketing , when they should be given all they will consume three times a day . In the beginning equal parts of wheat , oats and corn may be given , but the proportion of corn should be gradually increased until the last of October , ; when they should be fed on corn alone . As a usual thing , results are not satisfactory where the birds are confined during the fattening period .
Advantages of Broccoli Over Cauliflower Plant [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Advantages of Broccoli Over Cauliflower Plant Broccoli , says a vegetorlal . In the ; Journal of the Market Garden Field station , Massachusetts . Agricultural , ; college , has two distinct advantages ; ,- ¦ over cauliflower , which it closely re- : sembles . The grower is almost cer- , tain of a crop of broccoli even under rather adverse circumstances . Then , ¦ too , after the terminal head of broccoli :, ; . has been removed , side shoots continue to develop , which carries the . crop through a long , season , from July to freezing weather . The vege- . .. table is Increasing in popularity in this country . The variety , Christmas Calabrese , is a satisfactory one to plant
Plants Not Forced Will Endure Low Temperature [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Plants Not Forced Will Endure Low Temperature Garden vegetables such as cabbage tomatoes , etc ., will endure lower rem flr ^ ttt rta tt ~ l &amp; $ ^ Vi $ fem * of drouth without Injury , after . transplanting , if grown more slowly in the forcing bed than is customary . Such vegetables grown In a seedbed of sandy soil , low in plahtfood , watered sparingly and ventilated freely , have large fibrous root systems , short , stocky , firm , woody stems and a concentrated sap of low freezing , point Vegetables grown iri a seedbed of rich soil , highly manured , abundantly watered and in a high temperature with little ventilation , have . scanty root systems .
Feeding Soy Bean Hay [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Feeding Soy Bean Hay Soy bean hay may be fed to dairy and beef cattle and sheep and , to a certain extent , take the place of linseed meal or other similar concentrates used for balancing the grain ration . To illustrate , a ration for a dairy cow composed of 20 pounds soy bean hay , five pounds ground corn , four pounds ground oats and one pound linseed meal , contains as much digestible protein as 20 pounds sudan grass , four pounds corn , and three pounds linseed meal .
Feed Market Chickens as Much as Possible [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Feed Market Chickens as Much as Possible All chickens intended for the early market should receive as much food as they will consume four times daily . Under good management it- is possible to add half a pound weekly to the weight of birds which have been specially bred for the table . Of course , in every flock there will always be a few birds with a tendency to put on very little flesh—in fact , there is often some difficulty in maintaining their weight . Such birds should be marketed without delay . If kept for special fattening they frequently drift into an unmarketable condition .
G—PICTORIAL- ^ mt OLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
G—PICTORIAL- ^ mt OLF INSTRUCTION By H . B . Martin Body Must Co-Ordinate for Good Swing THE unorthodox golfer not only looks awkward in making his swing , but he Is most likely to be found off his game TO per cent of the time . When one finishes with the body leaning backward with the weight on the right foot , the chances are more than even that a poor shot has been made— r certainly not in any case a long one . The body has not been of any particular help and the follow through has been short—not sufficiently long to make sure of a straight ball . The body must do its share of the work , otherwise there can be no co-ordina-tion . &lt; g ) , 1929 , Bell Syndicate . ) * , * • Fewer mistakes in culling hens will be made when the flock has been properly fed and the liens given a chance to lay as many eggs as they are capable of producing .