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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 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 &amp; CO . 707 DUNCAN STREET JOLIETILLINOIS . ———^——¦«_—^—¦ . » , m . mm mm - ^^^ V ^ V ^ P - ^ V ^ P ^ P ^ P ^ P ^ P ^^ P ^ P - ^ P ^ li ^ S ^ f ^^ Visit Niagara Falls , Canada *«^ § III tbe * East via C &amp; B Line Palatial Steamers | || III WZHETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoy an all night s ride | Ill 11 Won beautiful Lake Erie . C &amp; B Line Steamers arc magnificent IE ¦ ill 11 floating hotels with large comfortable staterooms , excellent dining . IE li I room service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancing on the - IE IIII 11 great ship SEEANDBEE . &gt; . « 111 | i | III ¦ ¦ Autoists , save a day C &amp; B Line way . Avoid...
CHINA'S RAIN GOD PROVES HIS POWER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
CHINAS RAIN GOD PROVES HIS POWER Peasants Belief in Prayer Is Strengthened . Hankow , China . —Peasants In Wuhan and throughout Hupeh province were overjoyed recently at the end of a six-month drought which menaced crops with complete destruction . Triumphantly the native farmers addressed their district magistrates : Did we not tell you that nationalism must not interfere with the worship of gods and that If we want rnin and a splendid harvest we must offer prayers to the god of rain and refrain from eating meat for seven days ? Now China can plunge Into any adventure , but to force the people to discontinue the practice of praying for rain would be a foolish policy and would result in a national calamity . The drought in Hupeh affected many districts . In several large towns the rice crops were ruined by the lackof rain and famine set in . It was when the drought began to take serious toll of the crops . in and around Wuhan and a rice crisis threatened that the farmers , with the ...
Here Is Why the Human Body Doesn y t "Burn Up in Fever" After Every Meal [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Here Is Why the Human Body Doesn y t Burn Up in Fever After Every Meal Heating Plant Turned Into Air Conditioning Plant Produces Coolness in Summer . Warmth in Winter , Kather than try to escape from the heat during severe mid-summer ¦ weather , let heat escape from you ! Tills advice is given , by the Holland Institute of Thermology to home owners who wonder why their homes cant be cooled in summer just as they are made comfortable in winter by heating . For , the Institute s air conditioning experts explain , heat is generated in the body by the assimilation of food . . Only part of this heat is used up as imuscular energy expended in work . | The heat that isnt consumed in this way must be passed off from the body or else the internal body temperature will rise to fever heighten winter the . body has no difficulty , in getting rid of this excess heat . Some jis required to warm up the air i breathed in and some , perhaps , to , warra the food as * it is eaten . Also , the body ac...
Escaping Gas Helps Rainfall in Texas [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Escaping Gas Helps Rainfall in Texas McCamey , Texas . — Meteorologists are satisfied that a change has been wrought in the climate of western and northwestern Texas by natural gas which is constantly escaping into the upper atmosphere from wells and storage tanks . • Research along this line was started five years , ago by Dr . L . A . Weinich , oil geologist , who combined meteorological studies with his field work in Texas . He made a preliminary report in 1927 in which he pointed out the increase of rainfall during the preceding six years over any corresponding period of years . The average increase of precipitation was four inches a year in the South Plains and Panhandle regions . Doctor Weinlch s meteorological studies have been continued by several oil companies operating in the West Texas and Panhandle fields , and their results corroborate the theory and findings of Weinich . The annual rainfall Is now increasing at the rate of approximately two inches a year and agricultur...
Tries to Get Married at Every Court House [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Tries to Get Married at Every Court House Santa Cruz , Calif . —He was ninetyfour years old , but was quite insistent that County Clerk H . E . Miller allow him to file notice of his intention to apply for a marriage license . That no woman accompanied him did not embarrass him . In fact , he admitted he had no particular woman In view , but If the clerk would wait just a few moments he would go out and get one . He gave his name as John J . Peters , residence Santa Barbara , on a tour with the whole family . On the courthouse steps , where the clerk followed him , he was met by two men . ¦¦ - . ¦ • Hello , grandad , trying to get married again ? queried one . It was . learned that Peters insists on getting married whenever he arrives at a county seat Foresters Fight Mistletoe Washington . — Mistletoe , a holiday symbol to some but a serious pest to the forester , is being eliminated from the life history of western yellow pine by cross-breeding the stock . At the Fremont experiment...
Tariff Differences [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Tariff Differences A tariff levied for the support ot the government only Is called a tariff for revenue . A tariff levied with u view , to increase the cost of foreign gooods , and thus to assist native manufacturers , is called a protective tariff . A tariff so high that it practically shuts out foreign goods is called a prohibitive tariff .
SHAPELY MEAT LOAF , THAT HOLDS TOGETHER AFTER FIRST SERVING , MADE BY SIMPLE RECIPE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
SHAPELY MEAT LOAF , THAT HOLDS TOGETHER AFTER FIRST SERVING , MADE BY SIMPLE RECIPE LMOST every housewife has her ZV own special recipe for Meat X ^ - Loaf . Many a housewife whose recipe for this economical but savory dish is famous in her neighborhood . But most meat loaves , even if they do melt in one s mouth , won t hold together v . hen they are sliced at the table . Here is a recipe for a savory meat loaf , made with the new tapioca method , that holds together so well that hostesses need never hesitate to serve it when guests are present : 2 thin 2-inch slices salt pork , diced . 2 pounds round beef , ground . % cup ( 10 tablespoons ) minute tapioca % small onion , finely chopped . 1 pint canned tomatoes , strained . 7 Ak teaspoons salt . U . teaspoon pepper . • Fry out salt pork until golden brown Add pork and drippings to ; other ingredients and mix thoroughly . Bake in bread pan in hot oven ( 450 ° F . ) 15 minutes , then decrease heat to moderate ( 350 ° F . ) 30 minutes...
Long School Days Amorlnnn cnhnnl /» h 1 Mt * nri stan Via [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Long School Days Amorlnnn cnhnnl /» h 1 Mt * nri stan Via thankful they arent attending a French boarding school . Most of these schools start their classes , at 6 : 30 a . m . and close the day at 4 p . m ., with a half-hour for lunch . Study from 5 Oil 8 . Spain Has Oldest City Toledo , Spain , is the oldest existing city . Spanish legend variously ascribes its foundation to Hercules , Tubal , grandson of Noah , and to . Tews exiled by Nebuchadnezzer . Llvy mentions Its capture by the Romans in 103 B . C .
Canaries and Children [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
Canaries and Children To insure a dignified baptismal service , the pastor of a Connecticut church hit upon the idea of using canaries to entertain children and keep them quiet until the services were ended The plan was successful Avoid Perfect Work Turkish women rug weavers make at least one mistake in every rug , fearing that If they should produce a perfect work the evil eye would cause their speedy death . Many produce only one rug in four years and earn about 30 cents a day .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 25 September 1929
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ANOTHER CUT IN U . S . TAXES IS PREDICTED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
ANOTHER CUT IN U . S . TAXES IS PREDICTED Treasury Officials Are at Work on Estimates . • Washington . —Plans for another tax reduction are definitely In the making . ^ Treasury experts , it was learned , have , beerr instructed -to prepare estimates , ; } showing tiow much , ofa cut can be made . : / . President Hoover -Is understood to . be still anxious to bring-about some - &gt; sort of a tax cut at next winter s session of congress , despite the program . for increased expenditures In various , directions . The treasuiy is believed likely to recommend » reduction , of at least $ 100 , 000 , 000 and possibly as much as . f 200 , 000 . 000 , effective on taxes paid in 1930 . If it Is considered desirable to wait until the filing of income tax returns on March 15 gives a more accurate line on revenues , a bill might • be passed late in the winter session 1 of congress making it possible to apply the cut on the June , September , and December payments . There - has been no ...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS - \ . President Hoover will make a stop at Madison , Ind ., on his proposed river - ^ ^ IxlRlfrflm ^ Clnclnnati to Louisville next ifroritfi . ^ : • ¦ * • ~ Brig . Gen . William Graham Everson , commanding officer of the 7 adlana National Guard , lias been ap jointed chief of the militia bureau b ; / President Hoover . The house penalty of $ 25 an ounce on opium imposed against , both owner and master of a vessel , would be restored to the . tariff bill under a vote of the senate . The nomination of Brigadier-General ; Lytle Brown to be chief of army . engineers with the rank of major-general was favorably voted on by the senate military committee . For the first time since the new fiscal year began on July 1 , the government finances showed a surplus of $ 20 ,- 337 , 290 , on September 20 , it was disclosed in treasury statistics . Representative , Hudspeth , Democrat , Texas , introduced a bill asking for the coinage of half dollars to commemorate the one hundred...
5 , 543 Sick Veterans Are ' Neglected , Legion Claims [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
5 , 543 Sick Veterans Are Neglected , Legion Claims , Washington . —The acute need of additional hospitalization for mentally 111 veterans of the World war ls : proved - by the fact that 5 , 543 such veterans are in institutions not authorized by the United States Veterans bureau , according to a statement by American : Legion officials . These cases are not given the eare and treatment intended for them by congress in govr ernment hospitals , tiie report says .
Sharkey Is Winner Over Loughran ; Technical K . O . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
Sharkey Is Winner Over Loughran ; Technical K . O . New : York . —It iook Jack Sharkey , the Boston heavyweight , not quite three rounds to ; dispose of Tommy Loughran In their scheduled 15-round bout ; at the Yankee stadium . Referee Lou Magnolia declared Sharkey the winner on a technical knockout . W . C . T . U . at Huston in 1930 Indianapolis . —Houston , Texas , was selected ns the 1930 , convention city of the Womans Christian Temperance Union at a meeting of the national . executive committee which was held in this city . Daughter Ties Dads Wedding Knot Fostoria , Iowa . ^ Miss Miriam HotchMss officiated at the ceremony here : at which her- father , Rev . Norman L . ^ Hotchklss , was united-In marriage to jMiss Hettie Still of Hull , Iowa .
MAC DONALD TO BE IN CAPITAL 3 DAYS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
MAC DONALD TO BE IN CAPITAL 3 DAYS Will Be Guest of President Hoover at White House . Washington , —The official program for Prime Minister J . Ramsay MacDonalds stay In Washington announced by the State department , discloses that he will arrive here the latter part of this week , will be the guest of • President Hoover at the Whlje House for three days and leave on the morning of .. October 10 . Prime Minister- MacDonald will .. go to Philadelphia immediately after leaving Washington , but probably will arrive in New York on the night of October 10 , where , tie will remain . until Monday morning , . October 14 , unless it becomes necessary to shorte- his itinerary . ^ His program after he leaves Washington is only tentative at present , but if ¦ any ¦ modifications are necessary it is believed they will be unimportant - From New-. York-the--Brltlsh .-prlme minister and his party will go to Buffalo and thence txv Niagara falls , where he will cross the international bridge for a t...
1 , 000 Homeless in Rio Grande Flood Section [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
1 , 000 Homeless in Rio Grande Flood Section Albuquerque , N . M . —About 1 , 000 persons are homeless and twlth limited food supplies in the Rio Grande flood district between Socorro and San Marclal , N . M ., surveys made by relief , workers . Indicated . &gt;; r .- Befugees who / Sui ^ eyed ^ San / Mdraiiil from their camp said the only buildings remaining liKthe town were the Santa Fe railroad station , from which 54 refugees were taken , and another near the railway station .
Chicago Superhighways at Cost of $ 250 , 000 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
Chicago Superhighways at Cost of $ 250 , 000 , 000 . Washington . —A highway program to provide quick transportation , from the loop to . the outlying districts of Chicago , including from eight to ten superhighways at an estimated cost of $ 250 , 000 , 000 has been drawn up by the Chicago planning commission , it was revealed at the lake diversion hearing . The new arteries are scheduled for completion within the next ten or twenty years . . Bar . Stockingleis Women Hutchinson , Kan . —Women with stockingless legs are to be barred in the future as visitors at the state reformatory . - Berlin Gelt New Trolley * Berlin , Germany . —New street cars , faster and with greater passenger capacity , have been introduced in Berlin . W . C . T . U . Re-Elects Mr .. Boole Indianapolis . —Mrs . Ella A . Boole of Brooklyn , N . Y ., was re-elected president of the National Christian Woman s Temperance Union at its fifty-fifth annual convention . She has been president since 1925 . Baron . Tanak...
PLANS UNDER WAY TO ORGANIZE STOCK MEN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 2 October 1929
PLANS UNDER WAY TO ORGANIZE STOCK MEN New Co-Op Is to Be Aided by Farm Board . Washington . —The live stock men of the country are to be aided in forming a co-op for marketing and control or surpluses , C . B . Denm an , a member of the federal farm board , told the senate agriculture committee . Mr . Denman , who was chosen to represent the live stock interests on the farm board , said the board contemplated assisting in the organization and financing of the proposed cooperative association . Such a live stock marketing agency should include every-live stock producer from coast to coast , Mr . Denman said , aud the board hopes all of them will lend their efforts to the organization of the new co-operative . Washington . —The federal farm bureau , in session at Chicago tliis : week ; will make an effort to expedite the national : ; organization of wheat and wool growers to handle their respective crops . The board members are to meet with the wool growers . They hope also to confer ...