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KEEP HOME AIR MOVING AND INCREASE WORKING EFFICIENCY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
KEEP HOME AIR MOVING AND INCREASE WORKING EFFICIENCY Modern air conditioning science makes It possible for employers to increase both the comfort and the efficiency of their workers by sim- ¦ ple and inexpensive methods , declares the Holland Institute of Therjmology of Holland , Mich . And the same methods can be used to change the ordinary warm air circulating heating plant into a year-round air conditioning plant that will make the home comfortable in summer as well as In winter . Keep the air In the factory ,, office or home moving steadily at moderate velocity Instead of allowing it to remain stagnant—that s the principle by which effective cooling can be introduced without complicated refrigerating or dehumidifying machinery , according to the ventilating experts of the Holland Institute . Air motion tests recently conducted at the Pittsburgh research laboratories of the U . S . Bureau of Mines and the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers showed how the applic...
World ' s Sourest Substance [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
World s Sourest Substance Vinegar is about five times more effective than lemon juice in making things sour , but a substance exists even sourer than vinegar . This Is phosphoric acid , the active principle of the acid phosphate so much used in soda water flavors . This Is the world s sourest known material . Dangerous Operation A Minnesota surgeon Is considerlne the possibility of removing human vanity by means of an operation . Removal of big heads would be a boon to society , but it would result in . too much . slaughter . —Louisville CourierJournal .
"Bridge" Not Russian [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Bridge Not Russian Bridge was first known as Biritch . or Russian Whist . This gave rise to the Idea that It was a Russian game . Dictionaries of the Russian language do not contain the word . It seems more probable that the game is Levantine , since it was known In Constantinople and Greece about 1870 , long before It invaded western Europe .
Sinister Black Cap [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Sinister Black Cap The black cap , worn by a Judge , has an ancient origin . In olden days when a man was tried by an ecclesiastical court the judge , who was usually a bishop , covered his tonsure with a black cap when passing sentence pi death , to show that he was hot acting In his ecclesiastical capacity . Glass for Display Novagem Is the name applied to bits of glass of a high index of re fraction , cut and polished and used In jeweled arches and other electrical displays .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Just to Remied You of the Twenty Fifth Annual Monee Distr ictfair Monee , Illinois EPTEMBER 18 , 19 and 20 Base Ball , Band Concerts , Fine Line of Exhibits , Livestock Show , Races , ^ Concessions , Dancing , Vaudeville , Fireworks , Sept , 19 and 20 . An Ag ricultural Exposition Full of Interest to All . Liberal Premiums to All . Wednesday , Will Co . Fajm Bureau Day and Picnic . tl ll J Sears , Roebuck &amp; Co RETAIL STORE Telephone ^ ^ Sr 3 s £ Ottawa St Opening Day ? Are You Prepared for Get Your Equipment Now ! The Ducks Are Flying South /&gt; tococataicj 0 = 63 to » c » ^ so v ¦ ¦ V . ¦ . /^ t \ ~— «• ¦¦ - ^ -. - ^ W ^* 1 ^ ^ . auipmaiit . Therais no reason why 1 * ho » w ««* ., » ip yo » r . eif « j £ ling O- * . . , 1 ^ Department and leek « v » or the , * *¦&gt;«¦ - »•*• *• •«•* ¦ *¦¦*¦? L . « PP « - Our ., uip « .. t la M . h « r « d . . « rf i . « u . r . n .. ^ l t . . ntl . fy . 98 C OIM g Th . s . Xtra r « n , t . halls actually 0 sr &...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
FALL OPENING SALE ¦ Never Before Such j Read Every Item , Then Come and Save Hi Why Wait r * 17 I I ^ ^* ne Election of Fall Merchandise in All Lines Now Filling Our Shelves . Starting I j , .. rp w 9 ( j YCCtt V ( llUeS I Monday , September 9 This Store Will Stage the Greatest Sale of New Fall Goods Ever I Until 100 Late ! I Held in This Town for Years . Dont Fail to Attend and Get Your Share of Bargains . I As we Now Show | .. B , IY yQUR SCHOOL NEEDS HEBE--lGet Bllsy Now ! mtmrnmammmmmmmmmmmmmm . ^ mkwmmmmsmmm ^ smmmmmmmmsmsmmmmmmkmmmm mmmmmswmmmmmmmmmmmmm . Boy s Keds wmk ll-Tllf \ TK \ I W / wi * c I YviroK $ &amp; l I 36-Inch Muslin Every kid knows the Keds — . J j- M L Uf ! ¦ A I I VV OlUCH S LO VCiy I r f . I Don t miss this big value . -- and they know how good they . ^ J ^ boJiWv I | L WW I ¦ BaLfcL ^ . T m m ^ 11 L 9 not alone it is good but yoU are . Always $ 1 . 25 OA JIBlVlft ¦ * ¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦ ¦¦ . lVI ^ -a- L , a 11 /* £ &amp;» | . . save ., per yard- - - ...
Combines Require Much Skill and Attention [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Combines Require Much Skill and Attention Combines that have become so popular in the last few years require more skill and alert watching than do the old threshing machines , according to A . L . Young of the farm mechanics department , University of Illinois . Unless the operator is entirely familiar with the operation of the machine he should get the catalogue and directions and go over . them carefully , says Mr . Young . The number of days of operation is an Important factor In the cost of overhead operation . In order to make these as many , as possible and to prevent the loss ot any valuable time in the field it will be necessary to check over the entire machine so there will not be any delays and breakdowns in the harvest . Cutting the grain too low should be guarded against as It will overload the machine and make repairs more-neces-sary , Mr . Young warns . The operator should watch his machine for loose nuts and for places that show excessive wear . The machine should be ...
r « BAR ADMIRAL RETIRES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
r « BAR ADMIRAL RETIRES Rear Admiral H . P . Jones . / Washington . —Rear Admiral Hilary P . Jones , who served as naval adviser to the 1929 Geneva preparatory disarmament commission , has been ordered relieved of duty at his own request . Admiral Jones retired in 1927 but was recalled , to active duty and attached to the office of the secretary of the navy for the last year . -
ECKENER DISCLOSES ATLANTIC AIR PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
ECKENER DISCLOSES ATLANTIC AIR PLANS Dirigible Service May Be Joint U . S .-Germany . . ; New York . —Before lie departed for Germany , Dr . Hugo Eckener made known his plans to Interest German capitalists in a scheme that contemplates co-operation . . . with American bankers in establishment of a transatlantic dirigible . service . - The commander of the Graf Zeppelin in its round-the-world flight , sailed after conferences with American : . bankers who were understood to look-, with favor upon the project provided the German bankers would join in the financing of the new enterprise ;; . ; Doctor Eckener outlined Ills plans to representatives of American capital , including-officers of the Goodyear-Zep- ¦¦¦ pelln corporation . He proposed a United States terminal south of Washington because of climatic conditions in that section in which landing-would be facilitated by the prevalence of east and west winds ... He suggested that four new dirigibles would be required for the service ...
Titan Queen TrVorld ' i ; Largest Efuroc ^ Jdrsey [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
Titan Queen TrVorld i ; Largest Efuroc ^ Jdrsey Interesting Story of Growth of Colorado Sow . How the world s largest sow , Titan Queen , registered Duroc-. Tersey owned by the Colorado Agricultural college , was built up to her present phenomenal weight of 1 , 123 pounds in the past eight months is an interesting story as told by R . B . Broad , chief herdsman for . the college , who has had personal charge of the task . The huge sow is also the largest Du-roc-Jersey hog in the world . Titan Queen was purchased at the International Live Stock exposition in Chicago last December by the Colorado school with the idea of building her to a record weight . She weighed 840 pounds at that time , the same weight she had registered at tiie national swine show in 1027 , when she was the largest Duroc sow shown . .- /; Mr . Broad began feeding the big sow on a : mixture of 60 per ; cent corn , 25 per cent , oats , 7 % per cent tankage , 5 per cent alfalfa meal , and 2 % per cent linseed meal ....
- Republican Nickname [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 11 September 1929
- Republican Nickname . The term Grand Old Man ! was applied to Mr . Gladstone in 1882 , and Is accredited to John Bright , who used It In a speech made In that year hi Northampton , England . In America the phrase was appropriated and changed by members of the Repub llcan party , who . affectionately called it the Grand Old Party . This ; or once became a newspaper slogan , and in the headlines alluding to ^ the partj was shortened Into fJ O P . Its Worth Not Proved The virtue wliich never has been attacked by temptation is deserving of no monument —Mile dp Scuderl .