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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
Why Putter Around -jt- . ¦ - .. : .. ¦ With dull tools and saws , or an old lawn mower that will hardly cut . Our Prices Are Always Reasonable ¦ . ¦ -tT - . . . ; We grind all kinds of tools , saws gummed , filed and set . Lawnmowers ground and put in first class condition . We are the Home of the Joliet Lawn Mower . * ( Mawaa ^ aMi The Tool Shop . F . M . BARBER &amp; CO . 707 DUNCAN STREET - .. JOLIET , ILLINOIS ^^ • • - ¦¦ , *¦ Li — 1 t ? p 1 * * ^ I . if 2 , t A \
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
they last longer Adv . Service 631 Cass Street Joliet , Ulinob ¦ .. flj &gt; S */» w . * B . &amp; M . i . I Why Don t We Save ? The Jones Do ! MARION JONES just bought a $ 1000 bond and you know that they traded on a new car this winter—paid cash too . Marion says it s no great trick once you stop and figure out your living costs ahead arid make a careful plan of spending Saving takes care of itself then . They did it last year and look what they have already . I m ready to try it ; let s quit this haphazard spending as we go . I want some money in the bank . The officers of this bank will gladly help you study your figures and make a financial plan . COMMERCIAL TRUST ® D A ft ! If SAVINGS O An I \ 111 NORTH CHICAGO STREET OFFFICERS : THEO . JR . - GBBlAcH . , -JOHN « T . -CLYNlB ^ te * . JAMES V .-CMraflBPresident • , Vies President CuMcraad Trust Officer P . O . THURM J . W . McDOUGALL H . F . NAUMANN Assistant Trust Officer ^ Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier F...
SUITOR BUYS BEST GIRL WOODEN LEG [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
SUITOR BUYS BEST GIRL WOODEN LEG Demands It Back at Point of Revolver . Brooklyn , N . V . —Sylyislor Walker , twenty-sovcn , negro , wns wooing Miss liosc Uody , also uosro . This was a year or more ago anil at that time Hiss Kelly sufiVroil an ; ifcUU &gt; nt anil ns a IVSUII her left log was ninputatoil at the knoc . Sylvester felt sorry for his girl , particularly sorry that now she was no longer ahlo to go to places with him . Thereupon he took $ l &gt;! tl out of his Savings account , bought a wooden leg and presented her with ft . Then Miss Itody was able to go out . hut Sylvester became suspicions she was going out willi others than himself . Itecenlly he left his rooms where the girl alsn lived , and returned a few hours later . Sure enough , his suspicions were justified . Miss liedy wus gone . I litil 10 p . in . hv waited In Miss Ttedy s apartment . Then she returned with two negro girl friends . So . he said , reproachfully , you been going out with ni ....
Declares Chicago Smoke Kills 6 , 000 in a Year [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
Declares Chicago Smoke Kills 6 , 000 in a Year Chicago . — Tlie largest uncontrolled menace to Chicago health is smoke , Health Commissioner A . IT . Kegel told the Legislative committee holding public hearings on hills to compel electrification of the city s railway terminals . Doctor Kegal said it is believed that the death rate could lie reduced * from about 12 per 1 , 000 population to 10 if smoke were aliminnted . That is a reduction of ono -sixlh . That one-sixth reduction means , the city health ollicials believe , tiiitt between 0 , 000 and 0 , 000 persons are killed each year by Chicago smoke . The city s total deaths are about ;&gt; - i . 00 O annually . Indicted Thrice Over Income Taxes T . os Angeles , Calif . —Miss J . Marjorie llerger , already indicted twice by a federal grand jury for alleged fixing of income returns for wellknown Hollywood motion picture stars , lias been indicted a third time . Four Seized in Passport Plot Havana , Cuba . —Four immigration ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
I , ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - - ¦¦ - ¦ ¦ , ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ 1 : LEGAL NOTICES : , U m n ¦¦ w II m m MM m m ¦¦ m m ¦ n II m MI . PROBATE NOTICE Estate o £ Olaus Olson , Deceased . The undersigned having been appointed Administratrix of the estate of Olans Olson late of Joliet in the County of Will and State of Illinois , deceased , hereby gives notice that he will appear before the Probate Court of Will County , at the Court House in Joliet , at the July 1929 Terra , on the first Monday in July next ( being the first clay of said month ) , at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted . All persons indebted to said c-state are requested to malte Immediate payment to the undersigned . Dated this 7 th day of July , A . D . 1929 . OLGA OLSON , Administratrix , as aforesaid . GUSTAF B .. ERIClvSOtf , Atty . May S-lo-22 PROBATE . XOTICE Estate of Charles K . Hallock , Deceased . The undersigned having...
Tell Thrilling Tales of Hunt in Africa [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
Tell Thrilling Tales of Hunt in Africa New York . —Siinans tales of attacks by wild animals in the heart of Africa wore related by three members of tlie expedition sent there by the public museum of Milwaukee , who are hack in the United States . In the party were Dr . A . S . Barrett , Irving J . Perkins and Owen J . Gronune . The hunters wore away since last June . Tlie expedition brought home with tliein : ! 0 U mammals . 1 .-100 specimens of birds and it large collection of ethnological objects . On one occasion , Doctor P . arrett said . Perkins was charged upon by a rhinoceros . R was killed when within IO feet of Perkins . A lion which Doctor Barrett hail raised as a cub ltirned . on him one day and ripped his trousers .
Jazzy Collegian Now Extinct . Dean Reoorts [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
Jazzy Collegian Now Extinct . Dean Reoorts Washington . —The college hoy In flapping pants , loudly checked sweater ami drooping socks , with his gingtr / . y . ling , petting girl friend and his disreputable flivver has become virtually extinct , according to si survey conducted by Henry firnttan Doyle , dean of men at George AA nshington university . The species has been displaced , according to Doyle , by ft serious minded young man in si soniisUIT collar , well polished shoes , neatly pressed suit and garters tit to be worn around the neck . Doyle s conclusion is drawn from opinions sent him by deans and presidents of tlie : ! 00 leading colleges of the . nation .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
Pick Corn I for 30 perbu . Belle City Way Tractor Mounted or Tractor Drawn—One Row or Two Row—Tractor Operated—the Best and Largest line of Corn pickerhusking machinery in the market—Hastens the Harvest—Cheapens the Cost—As Practical as a Self Binder . Its the Famous I Belle City Come in and look it over Picks an acre an hour and 9 the price is startliugly low . I HENNEBERRY I IMPLEMENT CO . I 803 X . Chicago St ., Joliet . I LOCAL DEALER I SU PR E ME Radiator Body Co . BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REPAIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J KRAMER CLEANING &amp; DYING SERVICE PETER KRAMER &amp; SONS Masquerade Costumes , Masks and Makeup Phone Plainfield 35 Main and Eastern Ave . Plainfield , Illinois Phono 4965 657 E . Jefferson St . Joliet , Illinois mm—^*~^— m m M M m m n m ,, JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY TELEPHONE 4824 619 E . Clinton Street Joliet . IHinout
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
| t——tXH&gt;—W W M » M- —II ||—f . ¦¦!»¦¦ ¦¦¦* I CORD TIRES SPECIAL , PRICES 30 i 3 W Cord $ 6 . 75 31 x 4 Oversize Cord 11 . 15 32 x 4 Oversize Cord 12 . 45 33 x 4 Oversize Cord 17 . 25 34 x 4 Oversize Cord 19 . 95 5 Gal . Enarco Motor Oil 3 . 85 5 Gal . Supreme Motor OH .... 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United States Tire Dealer 512 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 ......... - ¦¦¦¦¦ . . , SEE THE NEW FRESHMAN MASTERPIECE RADIO SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 HJHtXftfa » u &gt; Ca Ettfchal 1839 l ^ V Joliet , Illinois FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We aro Hydraulic and Mechanical Brake Experts . See us If your brakes dont hold . We use an all-weather lining ; JOLIET AUTO BRAKE CO . The Home of Better Brakes 305 N . Joliet St . PHONB 4694 ¦ FOR SALE ( Vccredltod dairy cons , ready to go Into any herd without testing , Heavy Springers , Hoisteins , Guernseys , etc After looking them over yon will be surprised to find our cattle priced very reasonable...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
USED RADIOS $ 15 to $ 45 Complete Nothing Else To Buy ALL RADIOS REPAIRED Estimates Free WILL CO . RADIO SERVICE Expert Service Promptly ^ West side of St . Nicholas Hotel Phone Joliet 3792 • f *¦ ¦ in —¦•—«¦ i m !•—¦ i ¦ ^ -. i ¦ —«¦ _« i *»_• i . n nfr I I HAVE PETE DO IT | | A || Tr | sEATCOVERS | nU I U PLATE GLASS i j TOP SERVICE COMPANY I OESTREICH 5 f 634-36 Cass St . Phone 2431 r | n n n II -i- ir ¦¦ n ¦« ¦¦ i . M tl , titiiilHtllllilUJIllj ^ HUiirtiii ¦•••*••¦ ( W . AVVy . y ¦ j / v V * */ A *¦ . »¦&gt;¦«¦ y / WiJH 1 MJVy /** Wjy »* M BETTER TILLAGE Proper use of Grand Detour cultivators leaves the soil in the most favorable condition for plant growth and the con servation of moisture . All Grand Detour cultivators are equipped with effective gangs and shovels to ** ° excellent cultivation ; and to meet special soil conditions , special equipment can be furnished . Gran d Detour cultivato rs are made in various types and sizes to meet the require r • 3 £ 5 Z 3 £ - m...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 22 May 1929
BOGGS TIRE STORE 922 COLLINS STREET • -- ^ NEW AND USED TIRES Tm AND ACCESSORIES Special attention given to our out-of-town cus ^ mers Heavy Duty ^ AdjUsted Tires , Tread Almost New $ 2 . 50 and Up Return any used ttre bought of us at our list price and proving unsatisfactory within 30 days and cet another at Trb \ u wS ^^ aSn ^ n ^^ a ^^ HBriSVSBt ^ l I POLK S ^ REFERENCE BOOK and Mailing List Catalog Gives counts and prices on over 8 , 000 different linos of business . No matter what your business . In this book you ivill find the number of your prospective customers listed . Valuable Information is also given as to how you can use the mails to secure orders and Inquiries for your products or services . Write for Your FREE Copy R . L . POLK &amp; CO ., Detroit , Mich . Lamest City Directory Publishers In the WorU Mailing List Compilers—Business Statistics Producers of Direct Mull Advertising
CRIME BOARD HEARS HINTS FROM HOOVER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
CRIME BOARD HEARS HINTS FROM HOOVER President and Probers Discuss Many Problems . Washington . —President Hoover has announced his promised national law enforcement commission , composed of eleven eminent-citizensi selected to attack what lie regards is the dominant problem before the American people and his administration—a growing disregard for law , which , In his opinion , lias made life and property in America relatively more unsafe than anywhere in the civilized world . To seek a solution for the entire question of law enforcement and the organization of . -justice , possibly . in = volving sharp changes in the Federal court system and even in prohibition , Mr . Hoover created a non-partisan Presidential commission , headed by George W . Wickersham of New York , attorney general in the Taft administration , for a nation-wide Inquiry which is expected to take two years . Other members of the commission , all but one judges and lawyers of wide experience and distributed approxim...
Largest Seaplane Base " " - -Planned for New Yorjj [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
Largest Seaplane Base -- Planned for New Yorjj Now i oik— Plans for the ? l , 500 j000 seaplane base In New Yoik , to . be the laigest In the-world , were announced by the Loclcwo &amp; d Greene Enguieeis , incoiporatedj ^ who designed and will supeivise tlie building for the Auieilcan Aeionautical corpoi ation ^ l Honor Older Couplei Hibbing H Minn .-rTwgnty , couples who have . b , een married !^ 5 years or more , were honor guestsiat ajgmnlcipal golden wedding celebratl 9 n here . Regatta Entries Break Mark New York . —Twenty-one . crews , a record fleet , Including a ; new high mark of nine for the four-mite varsity . championship ,. will compete In the Intercollegiate regatta at ; PouguUcepsie , June 24 . ; . . • ¦ •¦¦ - . -, Gets $ 2 , 000 , 000 Tax Abatement v . Washington . — -Tax abatements and \ credits totaling $ 2 , 014 , 443 . 44 in favor of the American Ship Building com- \ pany of Cleveland , have been re- \ - vealed . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ Jir- -
Authorizes Rate Cut on Grain to Aid Farmers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
Authorizes Rate Cut on Grain to Aid Farmers Washington . —Kaxtcrn and Western railroads were authorized by the Interstate Commerce commission to reduce freight rates on export wheat and wheat flour . The railroads recently made application for tlie rate reductions at the suggestion of the adminJstiation , the object being to aid farmers in disposing of the present surplus . Jap Warship to Visit U . S . Ports / Washington . —The War department announced that a Japanese training * squadron consisting of two warships * wlll visit American ports this summer . -B / Jk . O . Orders 3 , 000 Freight Cars Ctiicago . —Tlie Baltimore &amp; Ohio railroad has placed orders for 3 , 000 freight cars at a cost of § 8 , 000 , 000 to $ 10 , 000 , 000 , according to reports here . , Italy Gets Turk Navy Contract Constantinople . T-A contract has been awarded by the- Turkish government to Italian shipyards for the construction , of two * torpedo destroyers , two submarines and several submarine...
FARM RELIEF STILL FAR FROM APPROVAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
FARM RELIEF STILL FAR FROM APPROVAL Export Debenture Plan Is Greatest Obstacle . Washington . —All dressed up for a summer vacation but tumble to go anywhere until it arranges for tlie disposition of tlie special sessions accumulation of uncompleted legislation , congress is delving into a fortnight of intensive labor , and at the first hint of torrid Washington weather . The senate and house deadlock over the export debenture plan in the farm relief bill is I he big obstacle . Farm relief must be enacted before congress can take a recess . There are indications that n way will be found by the end of the week . The senate is up against the choice of slaying its own child or slaying here for the summer . Prospects are that it will choose the former and both houses will begin a six-week recess not later than June 15 . Tlie senate finance committee will require six weeks or more to mull over the tariff bill . Leaders are working on a plan to extend the recess until September ID , if an...
The Weekly Historical J . B . CLOW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
The Weekly Historical J . B . CLOW John B . Clow , successful farmer and well known resident of Wheatland Township , is a member of a prominent pioneer family of Will County . He was born in Wheatland Township , December 25 , 1859 , the son of Robert and Rosanna ( McMicken ) Clow . Robert Clow was born in Scotland in 1819 and came to America at ) the age of 1 8 years . He settled in New York State where he remained for seven years . He was the son of Robert and Sarah ( Henry ) Clow , both natives of Scotland . John B . Clow was reared and educated in Wheatland Township , and for many years . , ranked among the many progressive stockmen of Will County . He specialized in dairy farming . Mr- Clow lives practically retired on his farm of 240 acres in Section 1 5 , of Wheatland Township . In 1885 Mr . Clow married Miss Janet Stewart , of Wheatland Township , the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Stewart , natives of Scotland , and early settlers of Will County . To Mr . and Mrs . Clow we...
FLYERS , 172 HOURS IN AIR , SET RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
FLYERS , 172 HOURS IN AIR , SET RECORD Cracked Propeller Forced Airplane to Descend . Fort Worth , Texas . —Having smashed all sustained flight records , Iteginald li . Ilobblus and his co-pilot , James Kelly , brought the monoplane Kort Worth to the ground here , only because a storm . ball ered propeller bad started to shake the engine and plane badly . The plane had been in the air 172 hours 3- minutes and 1 second , almost a day longer than the tlight of the Army plane Qtt &gt; -tf . t . ion Mark , whose record was surpassed by 1 : 1 li ^ . rs , , 10 minutes and 10 seconds . l \ u ; r . iiiia , ii » a * atp « . v ..-: cx . iiHWtvV-t \\ c- v .- ^ r &gt;* j mark for single-motored , dual-motored and trl-motored planes and of lighter-than-air machines , and all records for crews , regardless of size . Although the men were tired and deaf from almost seven and one-half days of exposure to the roar of a \\ hirlwind motor , they were so happy they forgot their aching m...
APPEALS FOR PEACE ] MADE BY CLERGYMEN I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
APPEALS FOR PEACE ] MADE BY CLERGYMEN I Better Understanding by British , Americans Urged . New York . — A British-American message to tlie churches and to all people of good will , which consists of an . appeal for a better undei- &gt; t Hiding between the peoples of the two nations and expresses the hope that all war may soon be abolished , cont lining sig natures of !) 7 eminent IJiuish cloiginien and religious leaders and SO prominent American ministers and educators , was released simult m &lt;_ ou- &gt; l \ m the United States and Ore it Il it un The message was prep in d b \ com mittees appointed by the World Alliance for International Friendship through the churches in Uu- &gt; coiuiln and England , and was put into final form and approved by both groups . Tlie original American composition was taken to England by Dr . Fred Smith , chairman of the executive committee of the World Alliance , who returned with the signatures of the British group...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 29 May 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS In n statement issued from the Treasury department , Secretary Mellon denied again persistent rumors that he planned to resign . Through President Hoover s efforts the long-standing dispute between Peru and Chile over the provinces of Tiicnn and Arica has finally been settled , it was announced here . Because of ( he large number of failures at West Point , principally in mathematics since admission on certificates was put in force in 1 . 015 , new regulations governing tlie admission of cadets at tlie military academy have been adopted . Abolition of the electoral college Is proposed in a resolution introduced by llepivsentative Glover , Democrat , Arkansas . His bill would amend the Constitution . Substitution of a plan , whereby each state would certify the results of the election to tlie senate . Is proposed . Steel Plants Rushed roungstown , Ohio . —Steel and Ironmakers in the Mahoning valley have been so urgently pressed for metal that Bessemer plants have be...