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CORN OFF 300 , 000 , 000 BU . DURING AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

CORN OFF 300 , 000 , 000 BU . DURING AUGUST Crop Report Puts-Year s Loss at 830 , 000 , 000 Bushels . Washington . —The crop report Issued a few days ago by the Department of Agriculture Indicates a decline of nearly 300 , 000 , 000 bushels of corn during the month of August The present estimate is for a corn crop of 2 , 450 , 000 , 000 bushels , which compares with-2 , 830 , 000 , 000 . bushels • raised last year , a loss of 380 , 000 , 000 bushels . Average for the preceding five years was 2 , 747 , 000 , 000 bushels . A month ago the department estimated the corn crop at 2 , 741 , 000 , 000 bushels . Hot and dry . weather was the principal cause of the damage : during the last month . Heavy , losses were sustained in Western and / Southwestern states of . the corn belt . Condition of the co ^ n crop was given as 07 . 9 per cent ; or-10 . 5 per cent lower than the condition given on August 1 . A year ago the , condition was 78 . 4 per cent . Yield per acre is placed at 25 bushels ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

: LEQAt NOTICES : » — - — , PUBLICATION KOTIUE Petition to Sell Usil Estate to Pay IfJsts . - . STATE OF ILLIW US , Will County , ss . . , - Probate Court cf Will County , To . the October Term , A . D . 1929 . ¦ S v 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 ,- Ignacz Kaluslk , Mary Klimek , Joseph , 1 Matls , Orphans Home , Lisle , I 1 H- „> nois , St . Cyril and Methodious Church , : at Joliet , Illinois ; Franktiskansky ; Klas ^ torl . 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 , Czechoslovakia and the...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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'/ ¦ « llllllnl lmiM . 1 I llllllii : ILLINOIS State News ¦ ¦ t 1 » e- » .. » i ^ .. » a « .. a .. al . e l . a . ^ . i . ^ .. » .. » p . » .. » ¦»» » i p « n » i [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

/ ¦ « llllllnl lmiM . 1 I llllllii : ILLINOIS State News ¦ ¦ t 1 » e- » .. » i ^ .. » a « .. a .. al . e l . a . ^ . i . ^ .. » .. » p . » .. » ¦»» » i p « n » i Oliver Rainey , thirty , was killed by a .. ; Rock- Island , passenger train In Peoria . Millard Lovnn , sixty , fell dead at his home in Benton . He recently resigned as . lailer for Franklin county . Dr . Joseph T . Ladd , a Methodist Episcopal pastor in Illinois for-half a century , died suddenly in Elgin . He was seventy-two years old . James Painter , fifty , farm hand employed- near Palmer , was Instantly killed when the roadster which he was driving turned over , breaking his neck . ¦ Virgil-Davis , a farm hand near Barrington , was fatally injured when he eutTered a deep cut in his right arm while operating a silage machine on . the farm . Three unmasked bandits entered an athletic club conducted by Herman Klemlck in Champaign and , holding nearly one hundred people at bay , obtained approximately $ 2 , 500 in curre...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

THEO . SCHNOOR IDistributor for I PRIMA BEVERAGES MALT TONIC MALT MARROW . Try a Case of Our Special . Family Size Prima Beverage I Telephones I Office 5952 , Residence 4883 I 806 N . Scott St . Joliet , DL I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

J) ru ) e a CT, Chvr ^^^ Jitf & su ^^ 5 s \\\\ ¥ n 3 m ™ s \ m ^^ s ^^^^^?^^^ E &/ i ) I I V . I !¦ —so Delightful to Drivel —to Economical to Own ! \ The Chevrolet Six delivers Its power Many people still do-not appreciate j with that smooth , * even , velvety how little it costs to own a Chevron \ flow which characterizes the truly let Six . You can . actually secure a > fine automobile :- At every speed , you Chevrolet Six for practically the \ travel without the slightest annoy- same cash and monthly payments 5 ance from vibration . Equally de- you- would expect to make for any • llghtful are its comfort and han- low-priced car .- Furthermore , it is dling ease . Four long semi-elliptic unusually economical to operate— j shock absorber springs provide the . better thaw 20 mites to the gallon . road balance found in the finest cars . of gasoline , with unusually low oil 1 And the steering gear is equipped consumption . Come in for a demon- i thr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

TIVOLISTUDIO 813 N . Chicago Street Phone 5617 for Appointment PICTURES TAKEN , ANY TIME — DAY OR NIGHT Wedding Pictures a s Specialty Artcraft Photographs Joliet , IU .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

Gerald S. Dames FUNERAL DIRECTOR EMBALMER Courteous Attention Modern Private Ambulance 24 Hour Service Office and Res . Phone 182 566 S . Chicago Street , Joliet 1

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

mm ^§ pl Blue Seal Oils , made from 100 % Pennsylvania and other parafin base crudes , lubricate far past the- normal point where common gijades vaporize and disappear . Proven quality is vital to your motor hi dollars and cents and m terms 01 motor service . ! ¦ WILLCOUNTY FARM SUPPLY COMPANY Office Phone 3593 ¦ : ¦ ; ,:,: ¦ : Joliet , 111 . Office : C . & J . Building Warehouse Phone 4080 ~~~— , Henneberry Motor Sales Gbme ^^ ^^ Six-Cylinder Chevrolet Used XkrHeaiqw 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 11926 Buick Coach 1 1925 Dodge Touring MANY GOOD USED TRUCKS Henneberry Motor Sales CHEVROLET DEALERS I1 102 N . CH...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

Why Putter Around With dull tools and saws , or an old lawn mower that will hardly cut . Our Prices Are Always Reasonable We grind all kinds of tools , saws gummed , filed and set Lawn mowers ground and put in first class condition . We are the Home of the Joliet Lawn Mower . The Tool Shop F . M . BARBER & CO . STREET JOLIET , ILLINOIS 707 DUNCAN j . ¦ ¦¦ • | ^ S »** , * fr Visit Niagara Falls , Canada and HE I the * Ezst via C & B Line Palatial Steamers | II Vjf / HETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoy an all night s ride IE 111 VV on beautiful Lake Erie . C & B Line Steamers ate magnificent Ijjlk ill 11 floating hotelswith large comfortable staterooms , excellent dining If ill 11 room service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancing on the II - HI great ship SEEANDBEE . * , ellllE HI 11 Aatoisa . MTeadtgCftBIJnewiv . Avoid milea « nd || IE III ^ ev , S ^ B Cleveland and Buffalo Division |||| l III 11 ¦ Triangle Tour Each-vroy , every nigh...

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l ^^^ ne firaiiiig fe [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

l ^^^ ne firaiiiig fe . UrV » JL II \ rpL By GRACE VIALL GRAY j [ Hrgf | JtS -W Household Science Institute . 9 CANNING POINTS 1 . Have all equipment In readiness before canning is started ^_________ 2 . Pack prod ucts In jars or cans that will seal air tight . Spoilage in canned foods Is frequently due to imperfect containers ; , 3 . Pressure cookers are helpful in the canning of meat and all non-acid vegetables . The high 5 . For exhibit and contest purposes always use glass jars . 6 . Empty space in a jar will not lessen the keeping qualities of the food , but it detracts from the appearance arid is a waste of jar space . However , if a glass jar has lost liquid during processing , do not open to refill . . ; . ¦ . 7 . To can fruit juices pasteurize for from 25 to . 30 minutes at ICO to Packing Chicken in Jars . 170 degrees . Boiling fruit juice destroys the flavor . 8 . Canning does not change poor products into good products so use good products to put into jars . And do not sp...

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PULSE RATE DROPS WHEN AIR IS KEPT MOVING THROUGH HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

PULSE RATE DROPS WHEN AIR IS KEPT MOVING THROUGH HOUSE Mere , air motion , even though the air be ; at a . . temperature that is oppressive when it is still , has the power to lower the pulse rate , reports the Holland Institute of Thermology of Holland , Mich ., as a result of 12 years of research done at the Pittsburgh laboratory of the United States Bureau of Mines and tlie American Society 6 f Heating and Ventilating Engineers . This is important to . every home owner , the Institute adds , because it MOKE INCREASE Or -RHit-StAWW » HOUIt- —__ - ? - ; : : ¦ - —; - • - ¦¦ ¦ - « r 00 . O * 120- IJO ^ TEMPERATURE points a way to comfort during the severest heat waves . Scientists recognize the pulse rate as the best warning of heat stroke in children , old folks and others liable to severe hot-weather ailments . In other words , pulse rate is thebest indicator of the severity of discomfort due to excessive atmospheric conditions . But in one series of tests in England ,. It was foun...

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COWS HELP KEEP UP LAND VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

COWS HELP KEEP UP LAND VALUES l ^ dnfeilP * — * Farm Crops Converted Into Dairy Products Assure Pro ducer Steady Income . The strong stabilizing Influence of the dairy cow s earning power has maintained land values up to or slightly above their 1920 values in many of the dairying sections of the country , according to the Blue Valley Creamery Institute . A study of the value of farm lands given in the latest official agricultural census shows that the value of farming lands has declined least where the most live stock Is found on farms . Taking the country as a whole , general farm lund suffered an average 30 per cent decline In value , compared with the vUue of the same land in 1920 . It has been found In farming areas where dairy products provide the principal sources of income that land values are up to and In some cases above the land values as reported in 1920 for the same areas . The age-old . story that exclusive cash crop farming is not the most profitable agricultural pract...

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LIVESTOCK FARM AVERAGES II BUSHELS MORE GRAIN PER ACRE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

LIVESTOCK FARM AVERAGES II BUSHELS MORE GRAIN PER ACRE GRAIN FARM AVERAGE YIELD OF GRAIN LIVESTOCK FARM AVERAGE YIELD OF GRAIN

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G—PICTORIAL—Wl OLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

G—PICTORIAL—Wl OLF INSTRUCTION By H . B . Martin A Long Sweeping Swing Means Long Drive DHILIPS FINLAY is one of tlie lbng- ^ est drivers in the game . He is sure to make his mark In amateur golf in America . Young Finlay has a long sweeping swing , but he keeps the club in the proper path all the way . It will be noticed that he finished with his hands high above the level of his head . Thia Indicates that he also holds them the same height at the top of the swing , a la Bobby Jones , who has a long sweep to his swing . Both Finlay and Jones are upright swingers , of course , and usually hit a straight ball as well as a long one . (© , 1920 . Ball Syndicate . ) The Trigger Grip as Used by Bobbie Jones ¦ ^ OT - all golfers who use the overAT lapping grip . place the right-hand on the club in exactly the same , manner .. Bobby Jones uses this grip , but instead of placing the right thumb down the shaft as many do , he places it more around the club in what is commonly called the trig...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 18 September 1929

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20 MEN , WOMEN DIE ; ttfllDETROIT FIRETRAP [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929

20 MEN , WOMEN DIE ; ttfllDETROIT FIRETRAP Night Club s One Escape i -Blocked by Flames . ¦ Detroit , Midi . —Fire In the Study Club , a popular- cabaret here , took the lives of 20 persons , several of the victims being women . Scores were injured and all available conveyances were pressed into service to rush the dead and dying to morgues and hospitals . A number of the more severely injured were expected to die . - -The blaze was discovered at an early i morning hour as 100 merrymakers were congregated at the resort , and most of the dead were killed in the panic that followed when they were . trapped in the burning structure from ; which they were unable to escape ¦ v Clothing was burned from most of the bodies , making identification impossible for many hours . ij The club was located on Vernor ; hlghway , sis blocks from the downtown , section of the city and just east jof Woodward avenue , Detroit s main ^ thoroughfare . f / An explosion that occurred about ; the time the fir...

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MUCH POWER WASTED BY CARLESSNESS EACH YEAR SAYS EXPERTS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929

MUCH POWER WASTED BY CARLESSNESS EACH YEAR SAYS EXPERTS Chevrolet Motor Wizards Tells How From 5 to 10 Miles More Per Gallon Possible Millions of dollars could be saved atinually by the automobile-owning public through a more strict observance of the factors that control the gasoline mileage offered by . the average automobile , it was revealed in a survey on fuel economy completed by the Chevrolet Motor Company recently . . . -. A gain of from two to five miles on the gallon og gas could be effected , on , the average , -it . .. was shown ; it the motorist paid strict attention to the elements . that govern fuel consumption- • . •• . . . . . •• . ¦ ¦ . The matter of economy has always been a ! factor of . the uppermost importance with Chevrolet in the , designing of its cars Having brought the mileage to the highest point ever offered in a six cylinder car , Chevrolet sought to corral in this- survey , the many seemingly unimportant details , which thru painlessness or indifference...

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HOOVER ASKS PROOF WASHINGTON IS WET [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929

HOOVER ASKS PROOF WASHINGTON IS WET Action Assured If Charges Are Substantiated . Washington . —President Hoover has promised , to dry up the capital if charges made a few days ago by Senator It . B . Howell ( Rep ., Neb . ) are substantiated . The President has issued a statement calling upon the senator for definite facts supporting his charges of prohibition violation in the District of Columbia . The senator is quoted as saying the liquor laws could r be , enforced here if the President InVisted / upori it v-., , -. •?; . . . — -. . ^ rest dent * Hoover , s statement asserted that If the senator would lay any such information before , the department of justice a vigorous investigation would follow . It is intended , the statement added , that prohibition enforcement in the District of Columbia should be made a model for the rest of the country . . Mr . Howell s remarks were made in tiie senate . He said that the President could enforce the dry laws in Washington if he insisted u...

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