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Washington City Issues Appeal for St . Patrick [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Washington City Issues Appeal for St . Patrick Condon Ferry , Wash . —This district of the northwest needs a St . Patrick . Rattlesnakes in unusually large numbers and with unusually ornery dispositions—old timers say some snakes are meaner than others—have made their appearance . A . great number have been killed bj farmers . William Pendell decapitated three In one week within 50 feet of his house . A house cat—mild and bored with the job of hunting mice—tried to help the farmers . The feline will recover . Growing Family Holbrook , Ariz . —T . J . Koury , Hoibrook ( Ariz . ) merchant , Is a proud father again . Married 27 years , he was cheered by his wife s twenty-fourth child , a son weighing ten pounds .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
KANKAKEE FAIR TO SET PRECEDENT FOR BIG SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

KANKAKEE FAIR TO SET PRECEDENT FOR BIG SHOWS 1929 Inter-State Fair to Mark Big Achievement Among American Expositions . With the date of the Kankakee In-ter-State Fair set for the week of August 12 , officials of tlie mammoth Kankakee valley exposition are preparing to entertain a record-breaking at- - tendance . No effort has been spared to make the 1929 season of the famous interstate exposition the greatest agricultural fair ever seen in the Middle West . The entertainment program contains tlie most elaborate and up-to-date outdoor attractions that have ever been staged by any outdoor exposition . Greater than ever will . be the Society Horse Show , which In past years has attracted the finest show horses in America . A fast racing program including half a dozen harness and running events for each afternoon has . been arranged . The huge buildings on the fair grounds will be taxed to their limit to hold the many departments of the big fair which embraces a complete live stock , a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
KANKAKEE FAIR LEADER AMONG OUTDOOR SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

KANKAKEE FAIR LEADER AMONG OUTDOOR SHOWS New Slate of Attractions Booked for Big Exposition . Visitors to the Kankakee InterState Fair during the week of August 12 will be greeted by one of the greatest displays of entirely new , up-to-date amusement features ever contracted for by any exposition . Greater care than ever before is being given this year in the matter of selecting , the outdoor attractions that will appear at the fair this fall . InterState Fair officials are carefully combing the field of unique outdoor entertainments in an effort to secure only the most outstanding to present to their patrons . From twenty to twenty-five of these new features will be presented twice /; . daily , afternoon and evening , the pro- ^ r ^ Vgram-lastlng several hours . Half a - / ,,- dozen closely fought running and trot- , ; : • ting horse races will be held every \ - afternoon . The beautiful $ 20 , 000 Evening Society Horse Show needs no Introduction to Inter-State fans . All of these ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
AUTO POLO TO THRILL CROWDS ; KANKAKEE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

AUTO POLO TO THRILL CROWDS ; KANKAKEE FAIR • VAwr . . 5 Daring Adaptation of Horse back Game Big Feature . . . Visitors to the Kankakee Inter-State Fair during the week of Aug . 12 will be treated to their first spectacle of auto polo , a daring adaptation of the horseback game to . automobiles . Automobile polo is virtually auto hockey . Motive power Is furnished by small cars , light and quick , and capable of withstanding a . great deal of hard knocking about . There are two men to each auto ; called a team . There is a seat for the driver just wide enough to accommodate one person . To his right is a fifth wlieel which supports one end of a narrow frame , the other end being hinged onto the front end of the auto . The mallet man sits in a seat mounted on the hinged frame . By means of levers he can control the distance at which the frame will swing clear from the auto . Tlie purpose is to give him greater latitude in reaching the ball . Each game is of fixed duration . The playe...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DIPLOMATIC POSTS SOON TO BE FILLED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

DIPLOMATIC POSTS SOON TO BE FILLED Places Have Been Offered to Edge and Doctor Work . Washington . —Five important diplomatic posts * are to be filled by President Hoover and Secretary of State Henry L . Stimson within the next few weeks . With the 1931 budget out of tlie way by the middle of this month and the farm board ready to function , the President and his secretary of state will concentrate the latter part of July on the task of naming five new ambassadors to Paris , Tokio , Madrid , Home andBerlin . There seems to be no doubt that Senator Walter E . Edge ( ltep ., N . . T . ) will go to France as the American ambassador in tlie late fall after the major work of tlie special session of congress is over . Dr . Hubert Work , retiring chairman of the Republican national committee , can go to Japan as the American ambassador if he so desires . Tlie names of the men who will receive tlie other three major assignments are still shrouded in mystery . George Akerson , secretary to t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WILL COUNTY FARM SUPPLY CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

WILL COUNTY FARM SUPPLY CO . High Grade Gas and Oils With Headquarters in Joliet—Features High Grade Gasoline , Motor Oils , Tractor Oils and Grease . — -Offers die Best of Delivery Service Throughout the Rural District ) in Will County and Surrounding Sections . This Concern Holds a Prominent Position in This Community and Thru Their Straightforward Business Methods They Have Won for Themselves a Host of Friends in This Section . For Real Service Phone Joliet 4080 . Probably no other firm in this section is a more liberal contributor to development of this . ( section of the country than this firm . Today they are prepared to render service of the most metropolitan character and it may well be said that this oil company is one of the essential contributors to the commercial development of all the surrounding country . Its growth ! has been the result of admirable policies followed in its direction and it has merited the large patronage it receives today and the prominent position i...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LOVE , THE PAINTER "Wall Paper , Painting and Decorating " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

LOVE , THE PAINTER Wall Paper , Painting and Decorating Located at 708 E . Washington Street , in Joliet—Offers a Complete Line of the Latest Designs in Wall Paper , Dr ies Painting and Decorating . Reasonable Prices . Estimates Furnished . Under the Efficient Management of Mr . Love , one of the Foremost Decorators of This Section—Whose Straightforward Business Methods and High Quality of Service Has Won Him a Host of Friends—Telephone Joliet 4262 . Wall paper and decorating establishments are necessary factors in the organization of any community and there is far more effort and business ability necessary in the succesful operation of a business in this particular field of endeavor than the average public realize . In Joliet . this farm fulfills the demands made upon , them for merchandise in the wall paper and decorating line . When one sees the hundreds of varieties of papers carried for special needs and purposes it is only then we realize the necessity of a comprehensive stock...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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PEOPLES OUTFITTING CO [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

PEOPLES OUTFITTING CO Fine Furniture Exclusively With Two Stores to Serve You Located at 114 N . Ottawa and 501 Collins Street in Joliet— -That Serves Home Owners and Home ! Lovers with the Finest and Most Up-to-Date Furniture at Most Reasonable Prices—Service Most Courteous and Accommodating—A Visit to These Stores will Afford You the Opportunity of Seeing Just How These Beautiful Furnishings Would Appear in Your Own Home . These Establishments are Truly Doing More That The / ir Share to Beautify the Homes and . Make Them More Comfortable by Supplying the Numerous Articles Needed in Each Household . This Concern Extends to You a Cordial Welsome to Visit These Stores at Any Time . The value of a community . is governed by the homes in that community and by the large percentage of people , who own their homes . The value of a home is governed by the furniture in that home , because after all no house can be a home without furniture . Supplying the community , with good .- furniture ,...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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THERESA'S CAFE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

THERESAS CAFE Joliets Popular Eating Place Located at 600 E . Jefferson Street in Joliet , —Offers the Bejst of Food at Reasonable Prices . The Home of Real American Cooking , Also Features as a Specialty Ravioli and Spaghetti , in Its Most Delicious Form . A Favorite 1 Place for the People from Many Miles Around . Unexcelled Service . Mrs . Theresa Sasso , the Proprietor , is Well Known and Has a Host of Friends Throughput This Section . Mrs . Sasso Now Operates The Harmony Restaurant at 631 S . Chicago Street , Se * -ving Like Foods and Giving Excellent Service . traveling over country you will find nothing in greater profusion than poor restaurants . This is why it is indeed refreshing to go to such an up-to-date establishment as this one . It is unsurpassed in . quality of food or accomodation of service . When the management went into business it was with the idea that a good modern restaurant would be appreciated by the local and traveling public . That this principle was well...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FAMOUS CIRCUS TO APPEAR AT KANKAKEE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

FAMOUS CIRCUS TO APPEAR AT KANKAKEE FAIR Dutton Attractions Booked to Perform at Inter-State . Exposition . The Dutton Attractions , comprising a complete circus , have been booked to appear at the Kankakee Interstate Fair during the week of Aug . 12 . This well-known circus will be Included among the free attractions offered by the Kankakee exposition . Performances < will be given twice daily , afternoon and evening , on the large outdoor stage in front of the grandstand . For over twenty years the name , Dutton , has been familiar to those even slightly acquainted with the show world . For years their equestrian performances have been acknowledged the most beautiful and outstanding In America . Their show was one of the biggest drawing cards of Barnum and Bailey for many years . The Dutton Attractions are very well known in the East . Their home is In Pennsylvania , With winter qunr ters at Sarasota , Florida . Because they have a large amount of special apparatus and ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNIQUE PARADE FEATURE OF BIG KANKAKEE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

UNIQUE PARADE FEATURE OF BIG KANKAKEE FAIR A Million Dollar Livestock Pageant at Inter-State Show Aug . 15 . The Kankakee Inter-State Fair will feature a grand parade of prize winning live stock on Thursday , August 15 , during tlie week of the 1929 exposition . The Kankakee show draws entries of fine horses , cattle , hogs , and sheep from many states of the union by offering big premiums in all classes . This insures an exceptionally good showing . The live stock parade will be a showing of tlie ribbon Winners of the week in all classes , and will be a splendid opportunity for breeders to review the finest contenders . This grandstand review of live stock Is a long established and unique feature of tlie Kankakee Inter-State Fair , and has come to be known as the Million Dollar Live Stock Parade because of the number and value of the entries . - The parade will be . staged at 4 : 00 oclock Thursday afternoon , August 15 . It Is planned to have a pageant of prize winners that will r...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Murders Broadway Star ; Actor Then Kills Self [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Murders Broadway Star ; Actor Then Kills Self New York . —Margaret Lawrence , star of many Broadway plays and divorced widow of tlie late Wallace Eddinger , was shot and killed by Louis Bennlson , distinguished screen and stage actor , who had been her leading man . The slayer killed himself Immediately with a second bullet .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Torpedo Boat Added to Germany ' s Postwar Navy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Torpedo Boat Added to Germany s Postwar Navy Wllhelmshafen , Gerniany .- ^ -The Jaguar , newest torpedo boat of the postwar German navy , was commissioned as the next to the last unit in the German torpedo boat flotilla construction program . The last unit of the program , the Leopard , will be commissioned July 15 . Michigan Team , Sail * in July ; Ann Arbor , Mich . —The . Michigan baseball team , winners of the west- ; orn ; conference title for the second year , will sail In July for a playing tour of Japan .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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PRILUJrtAN-ADLER CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

PRILUJrtAN-ADLER CO . Roofing of All Kinds With Offices at 414-416 New Street , Joliet . Features Art and Quality Roofings and Puts on Roofs that Stand the Test of Years as Well as Conforming to the Architecture of the Building and General Community Styles . Distributors for Johns-Mansville and Ruberoid Products . Phillaman-Adler Inc . Have Branches in Peoria and Davdnport , Iowa . They Also Feature Asphalt Built Up Roofing and Do All Kinds of Roofing of the Highest Order . Phone Joliet 998 for Full Particulars . In the campaign for better and more beautiful homes and buildings Prilla-man-Adler Inc . has exerted quite an influence and their work is the admiration of the _ discriminating . This firm has made an . exhaustive study of the roofing problems of the day and has looked over the entire field of roofings as presented by the various manufacturers . They have selected the most artistice lines to handle and will be glad to go over the roofing problem with you . They will look ov...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
W . A . GUSTAFSON > "Glasses ;] Properly Fitted " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

W . A . GUSTAFSON > Glasses ;] Properly Fitted Located at 667 Cass Street in Joliet . An Eye Specialist with a Wide Reputation in the City and Surrounding Territory—If You or Any Member of Your Family is Troubled With Your Eyes , By All Means See W . A . Gustafson . The most serious handicap in the life of any person is defective vision . Because on the eyes depend more responsibility for our progress in life than on any other faculty we possess . The very fact that they are- of such extreme importance-and are . so delicate in their nature , makes it imperative first of all that we give them the very best attention , and secondly that we consult only the- most skilled . optometrist . when they need attention . Eye troubles in , some instances are heredity . In other cases they follow the wake of abuse with too strenuous demands on them . In either event , if you are troubled in any way with-de-fective vision , you owe it to yourself to consult a optometrist , before the t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HOWARD E . WILSON [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

HOWARD E . WILSON Insurance and Surety Bonds Located at Room 421 Will County National Bank Building , Is Noted for His Ability to Handle a Large Volume of Business- ^ -Feature All Forms of Modern Insurance—Specializes / in Corporate Surety Bonds—Under the Direction of Howard E . Wilson , Who is an Underwrited of Unusual Ability—Features Strength , S ervice , Safety and Satisfaction . —Joliet 4668 . Before the advent of insurance on s fortunes were subject to the disasters but with such agencies . as that of Howadr E . Wilson , wealth has been stabilized . Their clients know that they will be protected . No matter what the diversities of fortune may be or what may happen , they will pay . It is always calm that proceeds the storm and revelry and misfortune . There Was Sound of Revelry By Night In BeU gium s Capital and the next day came Waterloo . Be prepared for iany emergency and be fully insured in every way . • ;¦ . - - You can fight fire but there is no way to save yourself from...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mexico Executes Bandit Who Murdered Americans [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Mexico Executes Bandit Who Murdered Americans Mexico City—The War department announced the capture and execution at . El Zaus in Guanajuato of Jose Padrpn , one of the leaders of the rebel band that kidnaped ami killed Joseph M . Underwood and C . C . Aisthrope , American mining ollk-ials , last February . Dispatches to Excelsior from Ai-an-das , Jalisco , said that the priest , Arleslo Pedro / . a , Cistero leader , executed in the municipal cemetery there , really died from two pistol . shots fired by Lieut . Maurellio . Vurela instead of from tlie bullets of a firing sqund . As the priest was being led before tlie firing squad he attempted to escape . Lieutenant Varela seized him land led him forcibly , to the wall . There Pedroza . was said to have Clung tenaciously to Varala , making It Ii npossjble ; for the soldiers to lire ! . Varela then . drew . his pistol , and shot Pcdroza in the chest ; The rebel fell to the ground and Varela fired a final shot into his body . , Texas W...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CLIFFORD J . GARDNER ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

CLIFFORD J . GARDNER ^ Transfer and Storage Located at 309 Bennett Avenue , Joliet—Moving ,-Local and-Long Distance ^ Crating , Packing and Shipping . Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty under the Efficient Management of Mr . Clifford J . Gardner , who is a Moving Man of Wide Experience . His Straightforward Business Methods Have Won Him Many Friends . Telephone Joliet 2401 . As we see a moving van loaded to capacity gliding over the highways and thoroughfares little do we appreciate the v responsibility placed- on the shoulders of the men in charge , of the task . In every home and household are articles of furniture prized . most highly by their owners . Prized perhaps not only for their intrinsic value—but for sentimental reasons as well . The people of this community are indeed fortunate to : have in their midst a firm that enjoys an enviable reputation for careful and painstaking • care in moving all furniture . Little need the people of this community fear that in transit a...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Walther League Keeps President in Office [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Walther League Keeps President in Office Fort Wayne , Ind . —E . J . Gallmeyer of Fort Wayne lias been re-elected president of the Wnltlier league bj the delegates assembled here at the league s thirty-seventh annual convention of young Lutherans . Prof . E . H-. Englcbrecht of River Forest , 111 ., was re-elected field secretary .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
British Monarch Again Submits to Oper ation [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

British Monarch Again Submits to Oper ation London . —King George Tinderwent a third operation of the chest . Portions of two ribs were removed . The attending doctors announced that the operation was successful . It was made necessary by nn abscess In the cavity of tlie right side of the chest . Shah s Jewels Appraised Paris . —Tlie fabulous treasury of Jewels of the shah of Persia has been estimated at $ 170 , 000 , 000 by a committee of French and Dutch Jewel experts which has Just completed the first valuation ever made .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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