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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
SUPREM ERadiator Body Co . , BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REPAIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Re » . Phone 5463-J FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and Mwchanloal Brake Experts . See as If year brakes dont hold . We use an all-weather Hnhts JOUET AUTO BRAKE CO . The Home of Better Brakes * SOS N . Jollet St . PHONB 4 M 4 PAPESH CASH GROCERY and MARKET High Quality Groceries and Meats , Fruits and Vegetables in Season 1101 N . Hickory Street . Near Ruby SL Phone 5227 The Old PoultrymanVCalendar Send dollar bill or money ¦ order LOUIS C . FREDERICK 7 L .. Shawmut Avenue East Weymouth , Mass . KRAMERCLEANING &amp; DYING SERVICE PETER KRAMER &amp; SONS Masquerade Costumes , Masks and Makeup Phone Plainfield 35 \ Main and Eastern Ave . Plainfield , Illinois Phone 4965 857 E . Jefferson St . ! Jollet , Ulinoto SEETHE NEW FRESHM A NHASTERPIECE One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 ^ 9 s 9 SP ) Jpliet , Illinois DONAfiOE MOTOR COMPA...
RADICALS TO FIGHT 7 iTARIFF ^ PROVISIONS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
RADICALS TO FIGHT 7 iTARIFF ^ PROVISIONS , s , \ ;—r ^ r—— , - , , Opposed to Rates on Industrial Commodities . , Washington . —Senate radicals have organized for a fight against high tariff rates . on - industrial commodities . Nearly , a dozen of the radicals met in the office of Robert M . La Toilette ( Rep ., Wis . ) to map out their campaign . It was decided to allot the various schedules to different senators with a view to preparing material for use in an attempt to hammer down Industrial rates when the , traiff bill reaches the-floor of the senate . The radicals will support high duties on certain farm products , but are not . in complete agreement on this proposition . Most of them are likely to . oppose the high duties on sugar , favored by some of the agricultural members . Some of the other agricultural rates may be subjected to attacks by this group . The radicals will Join In the movement to attach the export debenture scheme to the tariff bill . Washington . —Congress...
Manicuring Cattle to Save Much Discomfort [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
Manicuring Cattle to Save Much Discomfort Cattle kept in the stable or in yards often suiter discomfort because of excessive growth of the claws . This is due to lack of wear , writes Dr . L . Van Es , in Kansas Fanner . Excessively long claws lead to a faulty position of . the limbs , strains of tendons and pain during motion . This discomfort , and pain may reduce the milk yield . Heavy bred bulls are particularly apt to suffer , and their usefulness may become Impaired . They should have their claws properly trimmed about twice a year . With appropriate tools the excessive , horn may be removed and the whole smoothed with a rasp . It . may be necessary to throw the animal but this should not keep , the Job from being done . FOR SALE—Illinois mixed hay beans . • * 3 . 00 per bushel . . , . Arnold L . Tate ,
CHEVROLETXOLD ROOM " ~ TESTS EVERY PART OF : , CAR IN ZERO WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
CHEVROLETXOLD ROOM ~ TESTS EVERY PART OF : , CAR IN ZERO WEATHER The cold room of General * Motors Research Laboratories designed-to put cars through tests in freezing temperatures is one of the chief reasons for the heralding ability of the Chevrolet six to start easily and quickly no matter how frigid the weather . The cold room was the first of its kind . in the automobile industry and . , was originated and developed six . . . years ago by General Motors-engineers , since which time it has been used as a- pattern by other manufacturers . The object of the cold room , obviously , i is to furnish Chevrolet engineers an opportunity to study at intimate range the reaction of the Chevrolet car to the . temperatures an : automobile must withstand in Winter , whether-left overnight in an * inheated garage ; or parked for hours alongside the curbing of a street * . It is , in short , un indoor proving ground . where winter weather , can be produced at will . -Through the use 6 t amonia ...
Liver Fluke of Sheep Cause of Much Damage [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
Liver Fluke of Sheep Cause of Much Damage ( Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture . ) A poster dealing with the common sheep liver fluke has ; been issued by the bureau of animal industry , United States Department of Agriculture , to enlist the aid of live stock owners in checking the spread of the / parasite . The poster describes and illustrates the life cycle of the fluke and outlines simple methods of control . Since young flukes spend a part of their life history in the snail , it is especially important to drain ,, fill , or fence oif we / areas in .- . which snails breed . Snails may also be destroyed by the application of copper , sulphate , as-a spray or powder , to infested pastures . Besides killing many sheep and cattle annually , flukes cause an annual loss of fully $ 300 , 000 because of damage to livers as a food commodity . These parasites , sometimes lncirrectly called leeches , are spreading from the West coast , Rocky Mountain states , and South...
New U . TSr Ambassador and British Premier Meet . - [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
New U . TSr Ambassador and British Premier Meet . - Forres , Scotland . —An intimation that the United States and Great Britain are . near agreement on a . naval reduction program , in which other naval powers are expected to co-op-erate and upon which the successful consummation of the peace of ; the whole world must depend ; was given at the close of a- meeting here between Charles G . Dawes , new ambassador , to the court of St . James , and J ; Ramsay MacDonald , new prime minister of Great Britain . j This may be taken as anindication that both the . United States and Great Britain . are willing to continue to • work through the preparatory disarmament commission of the League of-Nations ,, and ns an effort , to dispel fears on the part of other naval . powers , France in particular , thai an Anglo-American steamroller will : be applied to-the matter of naval . disarmament . It was also considered an indication that the United States and Great Britain have definitely assumed th...
Influenza Reasqn ^ Whjr :, . ; ' , ' ' ' , ' 2 i . < -J" ! ' -f JL % &'* l- $ TJjl £ " ~ Tl . !' 1 Deaths Outrace Births [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
Influenza Reasqn ^ Whjr :, . ; , , 2 i . &lt; -J ! -f JL % &amp;* l- $ TJjl £ ~ Tl . ! 1 Deaths Outrace Births london . —The influenza epidemic and the bitter weather are generally blamed for the excessi of deaths over births which has caused Englands population - to A drop -7 , 000 ,. of- jWhlch 2 , 700 is accounted fortify the ^ deaths . from influenza . Manchester . diopped 1 , 207 ; Birmingham , 1 , 000 .. -2 &amp; - Ordinnrily births easily , oststrip deaths in England .. For thfc w first three months of Inst year the ; population of large towns grew 18 , 000 , this year they are decreased . London alone grew by 3 , 500 . The total of the Influenza deaths in the large towns was 12 , 700 . The combination of cold weather and Influenza proved particularly fatal- fo the aged . There were 1 , 287 London deaths of persons over -slxty-fiVe years of age .
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS Buffalo , N . Y „ has . been designated an airport of entry by Secretary of the Treasury Mellon . Afghanistan has been added by the state department to the list of . nations toward which the United States maintains a nonrecognition policy . : V—A new . record . air mail volume of ! 587 , 471 pounds was carried , in May by theairtransport contractors / over a scheduled dally mileage of ; 36 , 334 miles , the post office department announced . • . ¦• . ; . ¦ . -t ¦ . A contract awarding Pan . American Airways the ; right to carry air mail to and from Honduras ^ until January 31 , 1031 has been approved by the . President of Honduras , according to word received , at the state department Rate Tobacco Crop at $ 12 , 000 , 000 Atlanta , Ga . —Greater uniformity in the size of plants at this time is going to be a factor in increasing the average price of this year s Georgia tobacco crop . Tlie crop is about normal , with probability of netting . growers more than $ 12 , ...
Doomed Mexican Saved by Masonic Brother [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
Doomed Mexican Saved by Masonic Brother El Paso , Texas . —How a brother Mason in tlie federal army saved Ms life while seven other rebel paymasters were being . shot down In Chihuahua , was related at Juarez by Raymundo L . Cervantes , rebel paymaster . I had been lined up with seven other paymasters , he said . I knew I was to be sliot . Theri I happened to see a lieutenant colonel among the federal officersWhomI knew . Hey , Garza ; how do you treat a brotherT I shouted to him . He turned , recognized me and told subordinates to spare my life , and here I am .
' FOOD ^ FOR CHICKS-- ¦ v - ^ t , . GIYENBYKAUPP "¦ i . ¦¦ .:, [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
FOOD ^ FOR CHICKS-- ¦ v - ^ t , . GIYENBYKAUPP ¦ i . ¦¦ .:, Mash and Grain Should Be - . Fed First Nine Weeks . * The 100 chicks with which one will start a poultry flock of 50 hens to be raised , will first need 450 pounds of feed up until the ninth week , and thereafter , for the whole year , the 50 hens selected will need 4 , 250 pounds of feed . The 450 pounds of feed needed for the . 300 chicks up . until the ninth week should be 250 pounds of mash feed and 200 pounds of grain , says Dr . B . F . ; Kaupp , head of the poultry department at the North Carolina State college . Then when the 50 hens are ( selected from the lot , these hens will need 50 pounds of grain and 35 pounds of ; mash ; , per hen for a year . This makes at . total of 4 , 250 pounds of feed , that should be provided on the home farm . Of this amount 2 , 500 pounds Is grain feed and may be supplied by 23 bushels of corn , 24 bushels of oats and 13 bushels of wheat . To supply the 1 , 750 pounds of mash || feed...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
- - .. i - • &gt; , ¦¦ ii - ; , , n .. - \ £ 1 r , ¦ — BEAOTIFY YOUR HOME GROUNDS ¦ with :-: SUPERIOR TRELLIS &gt; ¦ S 5 SSI sss ^^ M We make PERGOLAS ARBORS ORNAMENTAL FENCE LAWN SEATS FLOWER BOXES In a variety of designs iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Otto E. Sorenson PHONE 4833 200 N . BLUFF ST JOUET , ILL _ _ • &gt; , - / - V _ z . : ^ I ^ K 55 SS ^^^^^^ EIlilfii *^^^ H . fl ^^^ lr ft ^ - ^ JyB ^^^ BjMtHOjHF ^^^^ B - . . • / • ¦ - 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 JOUET , ILLINOIS 707 DUNCAN STREET . . . .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
I KJS M ^^ Visit Niagara Falls , Canada and | | the East via C &amp; B Line Palatial Steamers I HI Vy / HETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoy an all night s ride I . mil W on beautiful Lake Erie . C &amp; B Line Steamers are magnificent R lljlj floating hotels with large comfortable staterooms , excellent dining IE III room service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancinc on the IE HI great ship SEEANDBEE . &gt; * I [ I ¦ Amcii « l « . MW « itwr »« T .. n &gt; w «» . A » nMmil »« . ^ J I C 111 T ^^^ T 8 Cleveland andBurtalo Division f I . ^ f 8 , 6 Vlf Etch way . CTerynUht leaving at 9 : 00 p . m ., arming R II 11 Lesveaevehnd . either 7 : 30 * . m ., ( E . S . T . ) May 1 st to November 13 th . I l ||| l rfo i | e 7 o ^! n IS e n ^ Cleveland and Pt . Stanley , Can ., Division 1 ||| 11 most picturesque sec- Daily service , leaving Cleveland , 12 : 00 midnight , ar- IN I ! Jill lions of Canada . includ- riving Pt . Stanley . 6 : 00 a . m ., Jun...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
: LEGAL NOTICES : PROBATE NOTICE , Estate of Bridget Mahoney , Deceased . The undersigned -having . been appointed Executor of the Last -Will and Testament of Bridget Mahoney 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 August 1929 Term , on the first Monday in August next ( being the 5 th day of said , month ) , at which time all persons haying claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted . All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned . Dated this 1 st day of June A . D . 1929 . JOHN MAHONEY , ! : Executor , as aforesaid . J . iW . DARCY , Atty . ; June 12 . 19-26 . PROBATE NOTICE Estate of Katherine McCraney , Deceased . The undersigned having been appointed Executor of the Last Will arid Testament of Katherine McCraney l...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
?; JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY TELEPHONE 4824 619 E . Clinton Street Joliet , DKnou HOGS ^ Rjisl ^ fttwCEtfSSMH ¦ CORD TIRES SPECIAL . PRICES 30 x 5 * 4 Cord _^_ ... „ .. _ ... _ ... $ 6 . 15 31 x 4 Overshm Cord 11 . 75 » x 4 Oversbe Cord 1 S . 45 88 x 4 OversiM Cord 17 . 25 34 x 4 Overslse Cord ... . _ I » . t 5 5 Gal . Enaroo Motor Oil 3 . 85 5 Gal . Soprano Motor Oil _ ZM CROWNOVERS Anthoriied United States . Tin Dealer 512 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 ¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦ -- — _ _ ^ __ ^ — — ^_ . Permanent Warn— A REGULAR $ 10 . 00 VALUE WAVE FOR $ 8 . 00 FAULTLESS :-: BEAUTIFUL :-: LASTING WITH WE USE ; ^ ENIUNE SUPPLIES COMFORTND SAFE LITTLE CARE NEEDS SETTING With our beautiful Permanent Wave your hair stays always dressed COMPLETE LINE OF-BEAUTY WORK BURNHAM LICENSED French Beaiity Shoppe 318 N . CHICAGO ST . JOLIET , ILL PHONE 4498 Jp ^^^^^^^ SL i Wt ^ ^^^ ffiSn • ( $ 9 * T ^^ _ j BJ HP ff S (_^ ^ B j 0 • • \ jjJS y ]&amp;\ ^ . . IM 7 AI Concrete l JIIL BURIAL VAULTS are properly con- TOU...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 26 June 1929
——¦———¦— - - » r-- i * sm BOGGS TIRE . STCMUEll , ^ ^ J &amp; i i ^ j m COLLINS STREET &gt; I . ; , t — . * ^ - a W NEW AND USED TIRES AND ACCESSORIES S ti &lt; , h Special attention given to onr &amp; out-of- .. town customers • . . A * * t r * - &gt; x f Heavr Dutr Adjusted Tires , Tread &lt; v &gt;&amp; Almoat Mew-92 . W and Up . •&gt; J i Return any used tire bought of us at our list price and pro vtns uneausfaetory within SO days and set . another at l » i i 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 1 -. J s &gt; t \ V I * ni Mafling List Catalog I Give * counts and Drlc *» on overj . 000 I different llnei of buslnesi .. No matter i what your bmlneM . In thl * book you I will And the number of your pro » pecI tlve cu » tom » rs listed . - • I Valuable Info...