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fWttt' rKtoriai Golf Instruction [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

fWttt rKtoriai Golf Instruction The following Golf Tips * written by | W . B . Martin , and copyrighted ,. will prove of great value to those who maybe interested in the greatest of all out-door sports . The golf links of Will County is developing many new players this season , [ and Crystal Lawns , one of the finest in the State , is attracting many players from Chicago , Aurora , Rockford and other cities . Upright Swing Produces Straight Ball THE beginner should cultivate the upright swing if he-Intends ; to be a stylist , at golf . It also produces the best results day in and day out .. When we Use a-flat swing ; that is , one that comes more around the body , we are constantly In danger of hooking . Again ,, if we fear a hook and let up the . least bit-the chances are that the baU will be pushed off to tlie right ; Hitting the ¦ ball with an upright swing and permitting the club head to continue on : through will produce a straight ball . ; There may be . some danger in topping...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LEGAX ADJUSTMENT BUREAU--GOIXEGTIONSERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

LEGAX ADJUSTMENT BUREAU--GOIXEGTIONSERVICE With Offices in the Morris Building in Joliet *—R enders a Collection Service of Great Value to the Industrial , Professional and Commercial Firms of Our Section . They Protect Their Clients from Loss Through Bad Accounts in a Courteous Manner that Maintains the Patronage of the Customer . Clients Are Loud in Their Praise for the Efficient Manner in Which These Old Accounts are Collected . Mr . P . R . Sparks is a Business Man of High Reputation in Our City . We Recommend You to Him . Phone 2447 for First Class Collection Service . With the growing tendency of present day credit merchandising the matter of collections has assumed tret mendous proportions .. Natuijally the major portion of these purchases are made by people who pay regularly without having continually to bring the matter to their attention . Not in a few cases however it happens that the purchaser had the very best intentions when the purchase was . made , but because of som...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY Located on Troy Road Has Been Recently Opened by Raynor Park Investment Co . Fills a Long Felt Need in the Community and Constitutes One of the Essential Features of the Complete Organization of Joliet and Will . County—The Feature of Perpetual Care and Maintenance , It is Now and Will Forever Remain One of the Truly Beautiful Spots in Will County . Telephone 8041 . . You can judge progress of civilization in any community by the advancement that has been made in the care and respect for the deeds of the ones who have passed on . In making this review of the community it is eminiently fitting and proper that we direct the attention of our readers to The Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery . The establishment of a modern cemetery in the vicinity of a large and growing city is an enterprise requiring not only a large outlay of money , but also a highly trained business organization . . The Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery is a modern burial place , built fro...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
KA 1 MEE FAIR TO HAVE FAST HORSE RAGING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

KA 1 MEE FAIR TO HAVE FAST HORSE RAGING Race Horses From All Over Country Will Enter at Kankakee . Five days of clean harness racing arid afternoon-automobile- racing will forma part of the week s attractions at the Kankakee Inter-State Fair on August 12-16 . Race horses from nil over the country will be there to take part in tlie speedy races . Annually for many years this great exposition has conducted interesting , exciting races in conjunction with its mammoth agricultural fair and brilliant outdoor entertainments . Its large purses have always attracted the fastest horses in the country . The Inter-State Fair not only makes It financially interesting for turfmen , but it goes out of its way to . be fair and courteous to them . All premiums won are paid in cash immediately after the race . Absolute fairness and impartiality is guaranteed . Every afternoon for five days a big race program will be conducted starting promptly nt 1 : 30 p . m . nn . d lasting until the final race is...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WILD COLT TO BE TAMED IN 2 HRS . ; KANKAKEE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

WILD COLT TO BE TAMED IN 2 HRS . ; KANKAKEE FAIR Educational Demonstration Secured by InterState Show . A new attraction , of especial value to farmers , but of interest to everybody that likes a horse , has been added to the program of the Kankakee Inter-State Fair , it is a horse-break-ing demonstration , in which a wild , unbroken horse or colt will be made gentle in two hours time—by methods that are new and simple , and that make the horse quickly your friend . The demonstration will be put on by the Horse Association of America at nine o clock in the morning of August 13 and 14 , and will he followed immediately by a big hitch demonstration in which teams of C , 8 , 12 , or more , horses or mules will be hitched and driven with only one pair of lines . The method of hitching and of driving , the equalized eveners which do away with side draft , and the tyingin and bucking-back system will be fully explained by men in charge . The demonstration will show you how to do two days ...

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

BIG PREMIUMS LURE BREEDERS ; KANKAKEE FAIR Stockmen Show Interest in Money Offered at InterState Show . By an Increase In premium money amounting to several thousands of dollars , the Kankakee Inter-State Fair promises the finest array of live stock in its history for the 1029 season , the week of August 12 . The largest premiums will be in the Horse Show department , where a total of $ 20 , 000 is being offered in tlie various classes to Insure the best horse show In the country . The amount In premiums for horses is much more than is usually offered by the largest State Fairs and Horse Shows . Substantial increases have been made in tlie swine and cattle departments , as well as in the poultry division . An interesting feature of tlie poultry and pet stock exhibit Is the addition of a class for rabbits and cavies . Premiums for 4-H club work are n new feature this year .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Opium Worth $ 1 , 000 , 000 Found in Woman ' s Trunks [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Opium Worth $ 1 , 000 , 000 Found in Woman s Trunks San Francisco . —Eleven pieces of baggage brought from China to San Francisco by Mrs . Susie Xing Kao , daughter of the Chinese minister to Cuba and wife of tlie Chinese vice consul here , disgorged a fortune in opium when opened by customs officials . The value of the opium was fixed by customs officers at $ 1 , 000 , 000 . Asked to name the persons in China for whom she had brought the drug , Mrs . Kao refused , saying that since she now knew the trunks contained opium , her life would be endangered by revealing the owners names . Fifth Alabama Bank Closet Leeds , Ala . —The Leeds State bank was fifth to suspend business In the state within two weeks . Trip * to Mount Rainier Barred Tacoma , Wash . —Trips to Mount Rainier will not be permitted until a complete survey of the trails . has been made . The edict resulted from a climbing tragedy in which two men were killed . Mexico Calti Special Congreit Mexico City . —A special sess...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BIG OIL COMPANIES VIOLATE TRUST LAW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

BIG OIL COMPANIES VIOLATE TRUST LAW Decision by U . S . Court Hits Half Hundred Concerns . Chicago . —The Standard Oil Company of Indiana and 51 associated concerns Were found guilty of violating - the Sherman antitrust act by pooling their so-called oil cracking processes , t . in decision given in the United States -, District court . . _•>; i The decision which granted the , gov-. _ . / - & eminent a permanent ¦ injunction re- • ;; s . i , > straining \ the defendant companies vv from further violations of * tfie * ilaw , ^{^ came after more than four years - lltl- /]~ £ gallon , wherein dismissal of the suit _ * * was once recommended by an Indian- , npolis mnster-ln-chnneery . Decision probably will be appealed to , : the / Unit ? ed States Supreme court . In the original suit , filed in . 1025 , tlie government claimed the defendants conspired to restrain trade and create a monopoly by refusing independent concerns tlie right to use their pate...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
? ~ - — , J Tells Tale of Being J J Robbed : Lands in Jail ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

? ~ - — , J Tells Tale of Being J J Robbed : Lands in Jail * Memphis , Tenn . —Thomas Wil- J * Ham Corzine . twe / ity , had only t t 40 cents to spend on a date with J J his best girl—but it cost him 2 . T t * days in jail when his perfect J J alibi fell flat . i * After perfecting his alibi lie \ } rushed up the steps of her home * * I ve been robbed , * he told her , A big negro took all my money * J and my watch . t t Its a shame , she said and J \ called police despite his protests * t of it wouldnt do any good . J J Detectives who knew him re t * called he did not have a watch J \ Also , he couldnt remember de- t J tails of the robbery clearly . t t He was arrested and fined $ 25 * * on disorderly conduct charges . # t When he couldnt pay he was J J sent to the workhouse . t h ~ „ J

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

^^^^ 3 ¦¦ . - ¦ CATTLE / .. ~ FRESH COW , 6 years old , $ 126 . Write or call . Dont phone . J . C . Hartmann , Crete . HEREFORD CATTLE FOR SALE . 184 cows with , calves , 128 springer cows , 118 two year old springer heifers , 150 two year old steers , 246 yearling steers , 238 yearling heifers ; 426 weaned calves , 5 registered bulls . Females all T . B . tested ; can be sorted 1 to suit purchaser . Clemmle Ruggles , Fairfield , Iowa , Box 441 Phone 702 . : LARGE POLLED HEREFORD COW with pedigree . Will be fresh in month . Guernsey heifers . Swiss bull . Guernsey bull . Thos . Stewart . Phone Plainfield 85-W-2 .. SIX DOZEN MASON JARS and lids for sale . 60 c per doz . Dr . Eva Wilson , Manhattan . Phone Manhattan 11 . SECOND HAND JOHN DEERE MANURE SPREADER and Emmerson gang plow , foot lift . One Moore cook stove . Wm . Stassen , Monee . Female Is Larger The female of many species of fish grows to a larger size than the male . This , is particularly true of the muskeliunge . Among...

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

WANTED—Married . man . No milking . Lights and running water in house . W . F . ; James , Mokena , III ,, R . l : FOR SALE—Dairy Cows , Guernseys and Holsteins ; fresh and springers . Some very good producers . Arhur States , Elwood . Phone Elwood 33-J-l .

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

Alfalfa-flour doea not compare at all favorably with the cereal flours or meals and at best must have large proportions : of other flours mixed with It before It can be used for baking .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

p ~— : —r : LEGAL NOTICES : i PROBATE NOTICE Estate : of Elizabeth Bond Perry , Deceased . The undersigned having been appointed Administratrix C . T . A . of the estate of Elizabeth Bond Perry late of Milwaukee , Wisconsin ; in the County of Milwaukee and State of Wisconsin , deceased , hereby gives notice that she will appear before the Probate Court of Will County , at the Court House in . Joliet , at the October Term , on the first Monday in October next being the seventh day 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 estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned . Dated this 19 th day of July A . D . 1929 . VERNE PERRY OWENS , Administratrix C . T . A ., as aforesaid JOHN H . SAVAGE and JAMES G . HOLBROOK , Attys . July 24-31 Aug . 7 . . PROBATE NOTICE Estate of Alvin O . Spangler-Deceas-ed . . .. ¦ ¦ . • - ¦ • ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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IS OLD DOBBIN VANISHING FROM FACE OF EARTH ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

IS OLD DOBBIN VANISHING FROM FACE OF EARTH ? Kankakee Inter-State Fair Is Offering in Cash Premiums $ 20 , 000 for Horse Show . In this age of the machine , tlie horse is of little value to mankind . Soon he will become antiquated . Such Is the unremitting judgment of the self-important intelligentsia , that stratum of society whose main ambition is . publicity . In this instance they could be dismissed without a thought , if their sorrowful prophecy were not only too evident on every liand . We see the horse fast disappearing from haunts where he once was plentiful . So it looks as if the Insatiable modernists might be right after all , but— . . Famous Horse Show . To the contrary , the wonderful success of the Kankakee Inter-State Fair Horse Show , where $ 20 , 000 in casli premiums is offered , which Is among tlie finest of its kind in America today , proves that the horse still has many friends and admirers . - Here will be shown during tlie week of August 12 tlie finest collect...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SIX CYLINDER CARS TO LEAD ALL OTHERS IN PRODUCTION IN 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

SIX CYLINDER CARS TO LEAD ALL OTHERS IN PRODUCTION IN 1929 For the first time in the history of the automobile industry , six cylinder cars promise to lead the . field of production this year , according to a survey by the Chevrolet Motor Company completed today . Up until this year four cylinder cars ranked first in annual production volume . Comparative production figures for the first six months of this year are offered in support of the forecast . During this period there were produced approximately 1 , 900 , 000 sixes as compared with approximately 1 , 265 , 000 foursi an indication of what the total for the year is apt to be . . How the change comes about is illustrated in the survey . Chevrolets manufacturing goal for the year is 1 , 350 , 000 cars . Chevrolet s change-over from a four . to a six means a deduction of this enormous total from the four cylinder field and adds it to the six cylinder field . How the automobile picture has changed almost overnight will be noted in...

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

NOTICE Executor s Final Settlement Estate of Annie Eich , Deceased . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN , That the undersigned , Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Annie Eich , deceased , has caused his final Report and Account as such Executor to be placed on file in the office of the Clerk of the Probate Court of Will County , State of Illinois , and that he will apply to said Court on the second Monday of the September Ternij A . D . 1929 , being the 9 th day of September A . D . 1929 , on coming in of Court , in the morning of that day or as soon thereafter as he can be heard , for an order of approval of said Report and Account , and for his final discharge , at which time and place all persons interested can appear and show cause , if any they have , why such order and discharge should not be granted . CHARLES EICH , Executor , as aforesaid . July 24 , 1929 . IRVING SHUTTS , Atty . July 31 , 1929 .

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