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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
LEGAL NOTICES PUBLICATION NOTICE Chancery . —Revised 83 . STATE OF ILLINOIS , Will County , ss . Circuit Court of Will County , November Term , A . D . 1929 . John V . McCarthy Company , a Corporation vs . Linn W . Searles , Elizabeth C . Searles , Maude S . Brown , George S . Brown , Edna M . Searles , John Larson , Eugene J . . Bronk , Alice Bronk , Ephriam A . Bronk , Edward C . Bronk . Sadie Bronk , Roseltha Bronk , Emmet D . Bronk , Ida Bronk , Ernest R . Bronk , the unknown owner or owiwers of the premises described as follows : That part of the North Half ( N . % ) of Section Ten ( 10 ) , described as follows : Commencing at a stone in the center of said Section Ten ( 10 ) , and running thence East along the Half Section Line Two ( 2 ) Chains and Fourteen ( 14 ) Links to a stone in the center of the road known as the Plainfield and Channahon Road , thence along the center of said road North Thirty-eight ( 38 ) Degrees East Eight ( 8 ) Chains to a stone , thence North Forty-se...
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: ¦•• ^ BQlgyjJH B y njyjffiBJIIP ^ sylig • SalNElwii rr (r ¥ \ WtMM HiraniLWiHiamsoruC ^ k Wff » y miortfl % gfc **» to tfgft Co-operation with the United States immigration bureau for the deportation of alien convicts was announced as a new state policy at the first meeting of the members of the board of pardons and paroles appointed by Governor Emmerson . . Thirty deportation wan-ants were served on inmates of the Joliet penitentiary , to be effective immediately upon their . release . Rodney Brandon , director of public welfare since Governor Emmerson s inauguration , asked advice and criticism of the plan to shorten the prison terms of aliens who may be sent back to the country from whence they came . W . C . Jones , hew chairman of the parole board ,, said n survey is being made of those who come under this classification , The plan is for the governor to grant conditional pardons or paroles to convicts .:, certain to be deported , providing the state s attorney of the county ...
Petrified Tree Identified [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Petrified Tree Identified At Florissunt , Colo ., among other specimens there is a petrified tree stump 17 % feet in diameter and 10 % feet high . It has been pronounced by natural scientists that these trees , which have lain buried In a volcanic lava bed for thousands of years , come Of the Redwood or Sequoia variety , such as now crow in &lt; nllfnrnln .
Not a Bad Fellow [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Not a Bad Fellow Much undeserved blame descends upon the mole in our garden , says Nature Magazine . Destructive cutworms ,, grubs , and earthworms are on his menu and he has few vegetarian tendencies . The death of plants above his burrow is caused by the drying all he lets In . Thus he does unwitting damage as he tunnels for food and borne . / I
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
TIV 0 LI STUDIO 813 N . Chicago Street Phone 5617 for Appointment PICTURES TAKEN ANY TIME — DAY OR NIGHT Wedding Pictures a Specialty Artcraft Photographs Joliet , 111 . DELUXE AUTOLAUNDRY DOC PALMER Duco .. and Lacquer Refinishing done by spray process Prompt Service — — Reasonable . Prices Phone Joliet 930 Rear 513 N . Chicago St Joliet Gerald S. Dames FUNERAL DIRECTOR EMBALMER Courteous Attention Modern Private Ambulance 24 Hour Service Office and Res . Phone 182 566 S . Chicago Street , Joliet Blue Sent Oils , made from 100 % Pennsylvania and other parafin base crudes , lubricate far past the normal point where common grjades vaporize and disappear . Proven quality is vital to your motor in dollars and cents and terms of motor service . . WILLCOUfiW FARM SUPPLY COMPANY Office Phone 3593 Joliet , III . Office : C . &amp; J . Building Warehouse Phone 4080 T^^^ l ^ jfw $ ) [ • - - ¦ ; : / ¦
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 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 . STREET JOLIET , ILLINOIS 707 DUNCAN - S * j | K-S ^^^ Visit Niagara Falls , Canada and W . I ^* East via C &amp; B Line Palatial Steamers ||| ill 11 . W 7 HETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoyan all night s ride I | 111 on beautiful Lake Erie . C &amp; B . Line Steamers are magnificent HE ill 11 floating hotels -with large comfortable sttterooms , excellent dining IE III 11 room service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancing omthe IIIII HI great ship SEEANDBEE . •&gt; •/ • ¦ € -j | ¦ ¦ II 11 ¦ Autoists , s » vead » yC &amp; BLinew » y . Avoid mile * and |||| 111 T I ? ew , C ^ B Cleveland and Buffalo Division ||| l - ill...
COTTON , FRUIT , MILK LOANS ARE FAVORED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
COTTON , FRUIT , MILK LOANS ARE FAVORED : Federal Farm Board Acts : on Appeals for Assistance . Washington . —Supplemental loans aggregating . $ 750 , 000 to southern cotton growers co-operative associations , and a facilities loan of $ 2 , 800 , 000 to the Florida Citrus exchange have been approved by the federal farm , board . The Tennessee Cotton Growers association , it was announced , will receive a supplemental commodity loan not exceeding $ 250 , 000 and the South Carolina Cotton Growers Co-operative association will be given not to exceed $ 500 , 000 . The farm board also stepped into the dairy situation , authorizing its initial loan to a milk producers co-op-erative organization . It approved an application of the Ohio Farmers Cooperative Milk association of Cleveland • for a marketing and facilities loan of $ 000 , 000 . - The $ 2 , 800 , 000 advance . to the Flor- • Ida Citrus exchange wtli . be secured ^ M ^^^ iie ^^^ m ^ m ^ iiSM W ^ mwf 0 ^^ wm % xc &amp; e ?;...
CUBS AND ATHLETICS WILL SPLIT $ 271 , 660 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
CUBS AND ATHLETICS WILL SPLIT $ 271 , 660 Small Attendance at Philadelphia Is Surprise . Philadelphia , Pa . —Official figures for world series attendance and receipts show tliat-100 , 5 G 9 fans paid $ 718 , 079 to see the . first four games , the only ones in which the players will participate . Although , the players were shocked to learn that only 20 , 921 persons had attended each of the Philadelphia games in a , park reputed to hold 40 ,- 000 in a pinch , the pool for the Athletics is only a bit short of the record pot of $ 419 , 730 . 00 divided by first division men last year . The Athletics , the Cubs and other first division players will split up $ 388 , 080 . 00 . The pool was swelled by the large number of $ C box seats in the Chicago park andby the elimination of the $ 3 seats except in the case of a few hundred standing clients at Wrigley field . ~ ? i ¦ . &lt; jQf . the , money . An the , plaVer 3 . pot !; vi tile Athletics • and the -Cubs . \ vi &amp;...
Corn Crop Report Shows 72 , 000 , 000 Bu . Increase [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Corn Crop Report Shows 72 , 000 , 000 Bu . Increase Washington—An increase of 72 , 000 ,- 000 bushels over the estimate of a month ago is shown in the crop report on corn as made by the United States Department of Agriculture . The October estimate is for a corn production of 2 , 528 , 000 , 000 bushels , which compares with 2 , 830 , 000 . 000 bushels raised last year , a loss of 308 , 000 , 000 bushels . The average yield for the years 1923-27 was 2 , 747 , 000 , 000 bushels , so that this year s outlook is for a crop 219 , 000 , 000 bushels under the five-year average . The prospect is for 224 , 000 , 000 bushels of spring wheat , including 52 ,- 000 , 000 bushels of durum , as against 217 , 000 , 000 bushels a month ago and 324 , 000 , 000 bushels last year . No new estimate was made on winter wheat and the preliminary figures of 508 , 000 , 000 bushels indicate a total of 792 , 000 , 000 bushels for the United States this year . This 110 , 000 , 000 bushels below the crop of la...
Order for 4 , 754 Freight Cars to Cost $ 12 , 000 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
Order for 4 , 754 Freight Cars to Cost $ 12 , 000 , 000 Chicago . —The Atchis 6 n , : Topeka &amp; i ganta Fe railway has placed orders for 4 , 754 freight cars at a cost of approximately $ 12 , 000 , 000 . This is the largest car award of the year and is expected to . be . the . forerunner of an active ; railroad buying movement during the balance of the : year . Between 60 , 000 and 70 , 000 tons of steel , including wheels and axles , and 20 , 000 , 000 feet of lumber will be required . Confesses $ 96 , 000 Bond Fraud Cedar Rapids . —Bayard D . Cowan . •\ twenty-nine , confessed to police that ¦ he had sold $ 96 , 000 in fake bonds to two banks . He was placed under „ arrest . He faces a -ten-year prison term and has indicated he may plead guilty . Proposes Sugar Consumption Tax Havana . —A proposal - to place a tax of one-fourth of a cent on sugar con- •\ sumed In Cuba has been recommended by the national economic defense commission . Killifer to Pilot Browns St . Louis ...
ILLINOIS BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 16 October 1929
ILLINOIS BREVITIES John It . Carter , retired farmer and former codnty office holder , is dead at Alva , after . a long illness . John C . Gelwicks , one of six remaining Mount-Carroll veterans of the . Civil war , died at the age of ninety . Webb Parr , fifty-five , of Lewiston , dropped dead , on Starved Rock , after climbing to the Summit with / his wife and , daughter . ; ¦ - ; v Howard Walthes , eighteen , a foundry ! worker , was : shot and seriously wounded in Belleville , by Patrolman E . W . Mellon , , who ; said he was chasing boys accused i . ofXpeeping through a window in a girls dressing robni .. Nicholas ; Buck , ninety-four , who voted for nineteen consecutive Republican candidates for President from Fremont to Hoover and who was a personal friend of both Lincoln and General Grant , ; died at his home in Danville . Leo Langley , forty-five years old , of Grays Lake , was held to the grand jury on a charge of manslaughter by a coroners jury investigating the death of M...