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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
SUPREME Radiator Body Co . BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REPAIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiim ™ S 2 ¦* I Wktte You Live I = You have planned a Trusteeship for your Estate after you 1 = are gone , and you know that it will simplify the property § S problems of your heirs . 5 S The Will County National Bank offers you present relief from s S . worry and routine detail in the form of a Living Trust . = E Let us explain how such an arrangement will work to your E 5 advantage NOW . ¦ *¦ an I WILL COUNTY NATIONAL I | BANK j Capital and Surplus $ 400 , 000 . 00 OFFICERS I CHA 8 . B . WItflON , President CHARLES F . HDfRIGHS , Cashier 5 E JOHN U CARJ-SON , Tic * PresldmtBUGUEN B . OHERON , Asst . Cash . S = FRANK I . WBD 9 HAAR , Vice Pres . sod Tnsrt Ofttosr 5 = , . _ OZIAS W . McGOVNET , Asst Cashier niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
^ FOI ^ SALi ^^ Accredited dairy eom &gt; ready H to go Into any herd without teatmgv Heavy Springers , Hoi- H steins , Guernseys , etc . H After looking them over H yon-will be surprised to find H onr cattts priced very reasonabK ¦ Nothing sold under qnaran- H tme . ¦ - - ¦ TONT MBSSMAN Joust , m . Phone S 888-T-4 CORD TIRES SPECIAL PRICES SOxSH Cord ..: . % 6 . 15 31 x 4 Oversize Cord .. 11 . 75 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 00 .. _ 2 . 50 CROWNOVERS Authorized United States lire Dealer 512 CASS ST . PHONE 4902 - ¦¦¦¦• ¦¦¦—¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ . ¦ , - ¦ ! JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY ; TELEPHONE 4824 I 619 E . Clinton Street I ^ Joliet , Illinois I L B U R I A L VAULTS are con ¦ * ruc ** d f * permMicfcic and not ^ SSBBSK ^^^ • I , , , • n ^ * j-J ¦ . ^ sssea » perfection , temper arQy . but forever . YOUR UNDERTAKER IS QUR AGENT ANYTHTNO IN OONCRBTB IDEAL CONCRETE COMPANY ,...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
FAULTY BRAKES Are Dangerous and Expensive We are Hydraulic and Mechaaleal Brake Experts . See ns . if yes * brakes dont hold . We . use an all-weather lining JOLIET AITO BRAKE CO The Home of Better Brakes 1 * 105 N . Joliet St . PHONB 4 IM PAPESH CASH GROCERY and MARKET High Quality Groceries and Meats , Fruits and Vegetables in Season 1101 N . Hickory Street Near Ruby St Phone 5227 The Old Pouliryman s Calendar Send dollar bill or money order LOUIS C . FREDERICK 7 L . Shawmut Avenue •; . East Weymouth , Mass . ^ NnaMa ^ MMMMHmalM ^ HNHft ** -. * * KRAMER CLEANING &amp; DYING SERVICE PETER KRAMER &amp; SONS Masquerade Costumes , Masks and Makeup Phone Plainfield 35 i Main and Eastern Ave . Plainfield , Illinois Phone 4965 657 E . Jefferson St . Joliet , Illinois CASE The World s Largest Builders of THRESHERS and COMBINES Sold by HENNEBERRY IMPLEMENT COMPANY 803 N . Chicago Street Phone 1206 Joliet , Illinois W B i ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ n ¦ M ii ¦ ¦ ¦ m n ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ^^¦¦ SB—j ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
_____ ___ i _^|^^^^^ SEE THE NEW * FRESHMAN MASTERPIECE RADIO SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 ( Q g ^ PP ) Joliet , Illinois DONAHOE MOTOR COMPANY 639 CASS STREET JOLIET ANY SIZE CAR WASH $ 165 WE CHANGE OIL For Four-Cylinder Cars , 5 qts . 90 c For Six-Cylinder Cars , 7 qts . $ 1 . 25 Simonizing Our Specialty Polishing , Top Dressing , and Greasing , | USED RADIOS $ 15 to $ 45 Complete ¦ • - ¦ : -... . ¦ * ¦ i 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 ¦ ¦ ¦ M II II n . || , HAVE PETE DO IT AI ITll SEAT COVERS fill IU PLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 2431 ; ¦ • ¦¦ The system-of decimal coinage was adopted , Aprtfi-2 , 1792 , by an act of congress . . ^ UmOnlnmSn ^] 9 Hl 9 Tite ^ P ^ OfOa A WoM ^ HEgjH V ^^^^^ H POLKS ^ FERENCE BOOR * nd Mailing List Catalog Glv «« counts and orlces on over 8 , 000 different lines of buslneai...
CHANNEL TUNNEL IN NEW SWINDLE B ^ H -H M [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
CHANNEL TUNNEL IN NEW SWINDLE B ^ H -H M ~ Crpoks Make Fortune Out of Something That Does Not Exist . Paris . —The gangs of International ; criminals who ronm and comb the , countries of Europe year in and year out are nothing if not ingenious . Moreover , they believe in keeping abreast of the times , as shown by the - . very latest - wholesale swindle which Is occupying the attention of the police of several countries . They are seeking a gang who have made a small fortune out of something which does ; not exist—the channel tunnel . - - • Suspicions were aroused after a • number of recent round-ups of for- - eigners in the streets of Paris . s To Work in-Tunntl . Among the arrested-In various parts of the city were 40 laborers from central Europe , all possessing forged Identlty cards which seemed to be the work of one person . Interrogated at - police headquarters , the -men all repiled : We came to work on the channel tunnel . But there was no work on the channel tunnel , said t...
Modern Trains Pass Ancient One in Seattle [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
Modern Trains Pass Ancient One in Seattle Seattle . —An ancient train , the , locomotive , of which cost about $ 6 , 000 and which was in service In 1875 , together with three old style coaches , Is on exhibition here for the summer , to typify the pioneer travel luxury of one northwest railroad . The entire train • cost : about $ 15 , 000 . „ Daily a Cl-hour Chicago , to-Coast train , drawn by a $ 275 , 000 electric engine , and eleven royally appointed cars , representing $ 450 , 000 . more ,- stops beside the decrepit overland , so that passengers . may compare the progress made in transportation .
< ** — ***«»***»" v ., v v ... v .. v _ v . v .. v .. y ******** H H H' flA 71 AVAAAARARA A WA nnnAAAX li Little Bird Makes l Its Own Hard Liquor [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
&lt; ** — ***«»***» v ., v v ... v .. v _ v . v .. v .. y ******** H H H flA 71 AVAAAARARA A WA nnnAAAX li Little Bird Makes l \ Its Own Hard Liquor ! i New York . —A little bird that ¦ ¦ j j . ¦ lives near the headwaters of the J :: Zambesi , far from human hablta- [| Uon and the intimacies of bar- J ic rooms , -makes its own hard * li liquor and drinks it secretly . I &gt;¦ That was one of the stories * j [ brought here on the Leviathan I ¦ j j recently by W . T . Logan , a mis- J it slonary returning for a . rest at $ 11 his home in Buffalo . jjj : E The little bird , said Mr . Logan j : on his word as a missionary , jjj ) t makes a little hole in the clay 3 , ; [ river bank and fills it with fruit jjj : i \ After the proper period It goes * j | back and opens the clay vat , 2 , &gt; i sips a little of the contents and i j \ goes looking for a Hon . \ } jj $ * U ** H % X * ***** X ** ** XX *** * t
TO CHOOSE N $# BOARDS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
TO CHOOSE N $# BOARDS Gov . L . L . Emmerson Springfield , / 111 . —Gov . Emmerspn expects to announce the appointment of several new members of the : Illinois commerce commission , and the state boxing commission within a few . days . I am giving most careful consideration just now to the reorganization of these two important bodies , Mr . -Emmerson stated .
SEATTLE BOY WINS IN EDISON CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
SEATTLE BOY WINS IN EDISON CONTEST ^ Bishop s Son Gets Scholarship ; Four Others- Awarded . New York . —Wilbur B . Huston , sixteen years old , of Seattle , Wash ., son of Bishop S . Arthur Huston of the Episcopal diocese of Olympia , la the winner of tlie Edison scholarship . At West Orange , N . J ., a committee of several of the most outstanding personalities of America selected the tall , bespectacled boy as the foremost of . those chosen by forty-eight states and the District of Columbia . Mayor Walker conferred the title of cham--plon of the champions on him In the , New York city hall later . Young Huston , studious yet fond of athletics ; keen to seize a joke , extremely earnest about the spiritual in jifeJ &gt; ha 8 ^ noV side t- about \ him . 7 - TAirer J . nomas ~ . - A . T -unison ; • uoi . Charles A . Lindbergh , Henry Ford and the other members of the adjudging committee had congratulated him , and after his friends had carried him on their shoulders in triumph...
Farm Board in Warning Against . Rushing Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
Farm Board in Warning Against . Rushing Wheat Washington .- ^ -The federal farm board , which recently outlined the establishment of a $ 20 , 000 , 000 agency to handle the problems of the wheat surplus ; has issued a warning against crowding the primary markets under present price conditions . Although it disclaimed any intention of forecasting a fair price for wheat or . attempting to . pass judgment on prevailing quotations , the board expressed the opinion that It was unfortunate to flood the wheat market at a time when there is a pronounced spread between the cash and futures prices . •¦ : ¦ The policy of Immediate marketing , it was added , could not be considered advisable at a time when a substantial reduction in world supply over last year is anticipated . Mandell Beats Canzoneri Chicago . —Sammy Mandell , of Rockford , III ., the lightweight champion . of the world , retained his title after fifteen rounds of milling with Tony Canzoneri of New York , late champion of the f...
9 ROADSIDE MARKETS " OPERATE IN GROWER -OWNED CHAIN IN ILL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
9 ROADSIDE MARKETS OPERATE IN GROWEROWNED CHAIN IN ILL . Great Quantities of Fruit , Vegetables and Other Farm Produce Sold Direct to Consumer Nine roadside markets owned and controlled by the Illinois Growers Marketing Association , recently incorporated under the laws of Illinois to sell ; fruits-and vegetables direct from grower : to consumer , are nowin , operation announces A . B . Leeper , director of - fruit , and vegetable marketing for the Illinois Agricultural Association . Four of the new roadside markets are located In the Chicago suburban territory ;¦ in DuPage county , • . northern Illinois . Two are on . Route ; 18 ( Ogden Ave . ) , one near Downers Grove , the other near Lisle . One is on Route 5 near ElmKurst , and another on Route 6 ( Rosevelt -Road ) near Elmhurst . All the other markets are in central Illinois ; three on Route 2 , one on Route 4 , and one on Route 10 as . follows : north- side Route , 4 at Towahda near Blobmlngton ; . west side Route 2 at Normal ...
WILL COUNTY CLUB GIRL WINS AT GENEVA TEST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
WILL COUNTY CLUB GIRL WINS AT GENEVA TEST At the recent district contest held at Geneva on July 30 for members of the girls 4-H Clubs of northeastern Illinois , Miss Belinda Hafenricliter of the Busy Stitchers Club of Wheatland Township won the right to represent the district at the State Contest , in Springfield during the State Fair . She is the daughter of Mr . and Mrs . E . E . Hafenrichter of Wheatland . Belinda entered her outfit at the county contest at Joliet where she won thei right to represent her county at the district contest . Now she , with one other girl chosen at Geneva , will represent nine counties of this district which are as follows : Cook , DeKalk , DuPage , Kane , Grundy , Kendall , McHenry , Lake and Will Counties . One other entry from Will County in the State Fair is Miss Hazel Bell from the . Busy -Bees of Wesley Township , who is entered in the State Style Show Contest to be - held durign the State Fair .
HEAVY-PULLING TEAMS TO FIGHT IT OUT IN BIG STATE MERIT CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
HEAVY-PULLING TEAMS TO FIGHT IT OUT IN BIG STATE MERIT CONTEST Long debate ! and often discussed , the old controversy as to who has the best pulling team of horses in the state is expected to be settled in a state pulling contest to be held this year for the first time in connection with the Illinois State Fair , August 17 to 24 . There will be classes for both light and heavy team s and first , second and third prizes of $ 100 , $ 50 and $ 25 in each class . In addition to the state fair contest , there will be seven others at district and county fairs , it was announced by E . T . Robbins , - livestock extension specialist of the college , who has charge of the events . Dates for the contests at county and district fairs were announced as : Danville , August 26 ; Peoria , August 27 ; Taylorville , August 31 ; Quincy , Septembre 3 and 4 ; Jerseyville , September 6 ; Tuscola , September 13 , and Henry , September 17 or 20 .
Magnetic Storms on Aug . 14 . Says Sun Student [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
Magnetic Storms on Aug . 14 . Says Sun Student Pasadena , Calif . —A gigantic sun spot that is powerful enough to cause severe disturbances in the earth , has been discovered , according to Dr . Seth B . Nicholson , observer at Mount Wilson observatory , who said the spot may cause magnetic storms on the eatfh on August 14 . , . * .,. . Presidents Cup Race Sept . 13 Washington . —The President s cup regatta will be held here on September 18 and 14 , it was announced l &gt; y tha newly formed Chesapeake and PotOi mac Power Boat association .
MORE FAILURES IN ; BUSINESS THAN AMONG FARMERS B BELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
MORE FAILURES IN ; BUSINESS THAN AMONG FARMERS B BELIEF The farmer has had . eyery possible adverse condition to contend with for nearly 10 years , yet he succeeds better than the average business . Wan , and by comparison with some businesses , agriculture is safe and prosperous , Glenn Griswold , editor of the Chicago Journal of Commerce , told Illinois farmers , in a radio 1 address fsponsored ^ by the Illinois Agricultural Association ¦ from station WLS , Thursday nigSt . August 1 . If you doubt this , continued Grlswold , inquire about the l pfeVcentage of failures among those . wHo \ think , they can make a living running a restaurant , a delicatessen , or a grocery store . - When business has . the same problems to meet and the same handicaps to endure that are now troubling farmers , they seem not to handle the situation much better than agriculture does . The coal business is suffering worse than agriculture , because . the re are too many mines and too . many ; miners , an...
WILL COUNTY SENDS JUDGING TEAM TO STATE LIVESTOCK CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
WILL COUNTY SENDS JUDGING TEAM TO STATE LIVESTOCK CONTEST On Monday , August 5 Will County sent its first 4-H livestock judging team to Urbana to participate in the State Judging Contest . Ocer 40 counties were represented in . this . contest with either livestock or dairy teams . Over 240 boys and girls took part in the contest arranged by Mr . 33 . I . Pilchard , State Leader of thei boys club work in Illinois . Each county in the State is entitled to two dairy teams and two livestock teams , a team consisting of three members actively enrolled in a club project of the same typei as that in which he is judging . The livestock teams judged to rings each of beef cattle , hogs , sheep ajjfi horses . The dairy teams judged two rings each of Holsteins , Jerseys , Guernseys and Brown Swiss . The boys were diyided into four groups so that no two members of the same team were in the same group and every other ad vantage was given to the youngsters to develop their own initiative and judgm...
NEWSPAPERS BIG HELP TO FAIRS , SAYS GOVERNOR [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
NEWSPAPERS BIG HELP TO FAIRS , SAYS GOVERNOR Big Growth of Inter-State Fair Due to Newspaper Advertising . The marvelous growth made by that great agricultural exposition , the Kankakee Inter-State Fair during the past few years was explained by former Governor ten Small of Illinois in a recent interview . Governor Small expressed the opinion that the newspapers had contributed more to the development of the Kankakee Inter-State fair and other praiseworthy institutions of the same nature than any other single factor over a period of years . : lt you wish to see your fair grow and play a really important part In Uw &gt; amusement . » nded , fV , &gt; l pro-
Weekly Historical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
Weekly Historical W . H . CRYDER W . H . Cryder—One of the substantial citizens of Plainfield Township is W . H . Cryder , who is president of Wie Plainfield Grain Co ., and a director o ! f the Plainfield State Bank . He was born in Grundy County , III ., October 28 , 1860 , the son of Henry and Mary E . ( VanCIeve ) Cryder . W . H . Cryder was educated in the district schools of Grundy County and in 1881 was graduated from the normal school at Morris , 111 . He spent two years in the teaching profession and then engaged in general farming and stock raising in Kendall County , where he purchased 160 acres of land . In 1890 he came to Will County and bought 240 acres of land in Sections 33 and 34 . He made many improvements on the place , erected numerous build &gt; - ings , at the same time adding to his holdings from time to time until he is now the owner of 412 acres in Plainfield Township . Mr . Cryder is widely known as a breeder of fine , stock . He is assisted on his ...
TEN PER CENT GAIN IN VOLUME PRODUCE SOLD SOLD CO-OPERATIVELY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 7 August 1929
TEN PER CENT GAIN IN VOLUME PRODUCE SOLD SOLD CO-OPERATIVELY Ten produce marketing associations in Illinois showed a gain in receipts during June of this year of 13 , 670 pounds of butterfat , compared with the same month last year , says Frank Gougler , director of produce marketing for the Illinois Agricultural Association . This 10 per centincrease in receipts is evidence of the satisfaction these co-operatives are giving their patrons , said Gougler , because no effort was made to sign up new members . It is the result of satisfactory service and telling neighbors of this service . There are now 37 associations marketing in Illinois , 26 of which reported to the I . A . A . for the month of June . The 26 showed a total volume of butterfat handled for that month of 234 , 277 pounds . Seventeen additional units are in the process of organization . The butterfat delivered by these co-operatively-minded Illinois farmers is being sold to 14 different centralized creameries — . 10 in ...