1'HtJRSDAY, 29, iO'10 BLYIIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURlfiR NEWS Fiv* RFFEC! U. S.'5 U.S. Starts $227,000,000 Job Building Scl 0( Locks Second By JOHN KICK Nj;A Service Special Correspondent BALBOA. C. ?,.. Feb. 20.—Every hior'nliie «' 8 o'clock a booted, khaki - chid, business - like miui strides Into a bare little office in the iiey, 1 construction town ot Dlublo. lie Ls Col. Thomas 13. Uirkln, iifiny engineer, energetic cehler- polnt of $277,000.000 worth of construction work on the third .set of locks which will briiiK the Panama Canal up to dale. 'nine hundred families and 500 single men live mid eat in the new miarters which make tip Dinblo. 'Iliey are the advance gnarcl of the horde of 20,000 workers who will descend on the Cnivil /.one in 1911-44 to (Us il5.COO.C06 cubic yards of dirt. I'l.AN NKW TOWNS ON. TWO OCKANK Colonel Lurkin, who built i-'ort I'cck dam in Montana, is dli scling preliminary work, crews ot rim- mohd drillers (ire testing totmdn- tions lor new locks and bypass channels, Diablo is headquarters of the job. biter two more towns must be built. Agua Clnra on the Atlantic side and Cocoli on the Pacific. These, with preliminary surveys und plans, will occupy Colonel Lar- kln' nnd his engineers for the rest of this year. It will also use up most of tlic $15,000.030 appropriated. since graduating from West Point In 1915. Ft. Pert, biggest enrth dam In the world, was also his biggest job up to now, but It's behind him. From Montana to Panama was a tovigh shift— Hie heut had the Larkln family down for n while. The general lines of the job are clear. The present canal locks are in twin sets, each 1000 feet long n nil 110 icet wide. Already HICK are ships which will not go into them. So bigger locks are needed to lake the ships of the future. Also flic present locks are sltle- by-slde. A single lucky air-laid might put the whole thins out of commission. So the new locks. 1200 feet long by 135 feet wide will bs built from a half-mile to a mile away. !( complicates the- problem of attack. In general (he lock problem Is gigantic, but familial'. PKOI'OSK TO .sAn<X!UAIll> Pushing Canal Expansion ' *x There are details, though whicr are not yet settled, What to do, lor Instance, with the vast bulk o earth dug oiil? undoubtedly part 01 it will he used (o relocate liack* of the Panama Hailroad. whicn now crosses ground which will be dug up, Henry Ci. Martin, chief (fcologls 1 ot the Canal Zone, has an idea loi some of the rest. He would dividi the uniiHvUjiiblc parts of Oatin Lake into .sections by earth daiw Gatun lake is regarded as Hi most vulnerable part of Ihe ivhol : canal system. If Gatnn 15am «ct \ destroyed at present, water needed for navigation and operation of tho locks would lie lacking. With the Inke chambered oil, water would be retained even if the main dam were hit, and it would be harder to cripple the canal. But the new locks suggest that still greater water supplies than are provided by Gatun and Madden dams might be needed in future. So plans are being studied for another lake reservoir in the Chagres river above Giimbon. It is things like (his which Colonel Larkin must figure out before actual large-scale construction work up First picture ol Pdnnma'.s new city, Diablo, n construction town Kolug; to house workers digKiiiK ncu 1 locks. The remainder of (he job htis been ordered clone by congress, but tt.'c j starts next year, money has not ytt been appropriated. Most of the labor will have to be brought in. largely from Jamaica, for American laborers can't stand the sun of the Canal Zone, unri Panama can only furnish about 7500 of the needed 20,000. Engineers, skilled mechanics, construction bosses, and technicians will be brought from the United States. Blue-eyed, tanned, vigorous Colonel Larkin has been handling big engineering jobs for the army ever — PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. 'Main-£• First Phone HI Reach Semi-Finais In Pemiscot Grade Meet COOTER, 29.—Semi- Grade school basketball tournament will be played tonight will the finals on Friday night following the first games last yesler day afternoon and last night.. Tlie DceritiB boys will meet Ca ruthcrsville and the Holland boy will play Cooter; Cooter girls wil meet Holland and Dcering girl; will play Caiuthcisvillc. for thi program of Ihe semi-finals to night. The 16 teams have good record for the entire year to make th tourney an intcre.sliiijj one. In games yesterday aflernooi L05MZM95 •iiilurc To Can-y Oul Sufficient Soil B vi i I cl i n y Held Cosily alian- In ntrry out cnimuh soil- ldiii, iirai'lii'es cost humors ol MM.^Ippi Comity SM.403 In 19.10, ai'niniini! to the county extension wills who me In sponsor n .snlcs i>! mcTllii«s to instruct hnmCrs In Hi' 1 linking of work Mic'ol.s so n.s lu nlrtnln the lolnl ninmiiit of mimry possible from (heir 10-10 Miil-lmlldlin; priu'lleos. 1'iitir to holding; the llr.st of iliose iiuvdiiss next week, Ihe County CiiimniiU'r will meet In O.'icoolri Mnaduy morning; to map out flunl dftulls (or IUl.s luogrnm In an ef- hnl to have I'vnry one of the 10,000 linnim In the counly.to slyi lurni plun work .sheet, At (he s.imc lime, rr^iilull iui; the lino program o( (he l government, Ihe Uvo-At- tii mo program to be worked unijunction tilih tnc 1'iiini contest and ihc orchard i'linipiilun lor the plunlhiji of home iin-lim'dti will lit> litsi-ussrd. Ali'Clfii'js will lie held lepiuiilcly tor the North and Mouth dlslrlrts with llu-ic 'I'liesday: Ilox Elder, 11:311 a.m.; Joiner, II a.m.; Whllloii. 1 p.m.; Pawheen, I'.'.IO p.m.; Manila. 1 p.m. Wednesday: Whlsp, H;M a.m.; (Ji i hi IJridc Slays lilytlievlllo, Arkansas, mice with Section In compiler Pope's Here's lioiv Uncle Snin Is g' lil! (! to put In mldlllomil locks lit Pun- i Wilson, !l a.m.; .Marie. 1 p.m.; isoyn- inn. making two ctmnls, so far as locks are concerned. Ul "; l: ; w , l""- ; LcnchvlHo, 7 p.m. he Cooler Rlrls, who Imvc won every game tills .season, defeated layti, 20-9; Ucerliig boys defeated Warden, M-12; Caruthersvllle girls lefealed Wardell, 36-11. Liist night, the Caruihersvlll" oys won over ifiayti, 15-9; Holland boys defeated Braggadocio. 31-?, !cotcr boys defeated Sleele, 1210: Holland girls won over Steele, 13-8; Uccrlng girls over Braggadocio, 24-10. Cooter Boys Lose To Pbftageville COOTEH, Mo.—The Cooter bojs lost, their first game In the Regional basketball tournament which is in progress at Sonath this week when (hey lost to Porlagcvillc by a score of 24-30. The Slcelc boy.s wiio won IB consecutive games und later won Ihij county tournament at Cardtheis- ville, "won llielr opening fiamc in the touranmenl when they defeated CJnrklpii by-a-score of 21-11 and will play in the .scnil-Hnals tonight. '1'lnir.sdny: Hi'iiwn, 11:30 a.m.; iUlluiuu. U a.m.; Dyess. I p.m. Slmdy Clroi'?, L.'IO p.m.; Hluck- ivaler. 7 p.m. lilcliiy: Half Moon. (1:30 a.m.; Ho vali, U a.m.; Mllllgan lildgi', 1 p.m.; Di'll. I:;t0 p.m.; U)sl Cane. 7 p.m. Mondny, March 11: Kclscr, It ii.m.: West HUlgc, 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 12: l.uwiiii, II a in.: iHuiicttc. I p.m. Wediu'.siliiy, March 1 p.m. Al'ilo rVto Unml Bluest of the Statutes of (hC Slnte in mi,, VJl.lS Dunn,,,, Arkiiiisns, hereby give notice Ilial on nnd niter thirty (30) days nftcr Ihc diUc of the publication this nollce, (hoy will prdciiod refund (he vnlld outstanding ol to bonds of .siihl dLslrtct. This 28 day of February, 1010, Dnn O, Stout 0, J, Evrard M. Filzshnmons.- CoiuiniBSl o n o r B of Pnvlng District No. ;i of fUythovlllo, Arkansas, NOTIt'li Of 1NTKNTION Of' 1 l'AVIN<! DISTUICT NO. 2 01' iii,VTin:vii.i,i: TO issui: IIK- fVKtnNti DONDS. The undersigned. Commissioners ol I'nvliiH District No. a of lllyllie- vlllo, Arkansas, In compliance with .Section IIM of I'ope's Digest of (lie HtnUitos ot the Slain ol Arkansas, hereby give nolhtt thfil on and alter thirty CIO) days nttcr Ihe lint.' of the publication of (his nolli'C. they will proceed lo refund Ihe vnlld ou(slnndlni: bonds ot said dlslrlcl. Tliln 211 day nf Februnry, 1040. Dan O, Ktnul C. J, Kvrnrd M. I'Hwilinmonx Coinmlssldiiers of Paving District No, 'i of IllytlKtvllle, Arkansas, IM.st. No. 1. 2. 3. 1. 5. II. 7. II,' 0. II). n. 1:1. 15. ni. 17. I'.). or NHXJIAI, SCHOOL i™' N inniDKT'i'ii Hri;-1'.;".' PEACHES, Argo in Syrup Ho., 21 Can 14c CATSUP Midwest Pure 14 Oz. Bottle .................... MUSTARD Marco Prepared .... MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI Snow White Long TOMATO JUICE Jack Spratt JELLY Rex 2i Lb. Bucket Ea. 9c Qt- ^ .. 2 Boxes 5c 47 Oz. Can 17c :.- Ea, 19c MILK, Pet 3 Large 22c or 6 Small 22c SOAP P. and G. Giant White Bars - 6 for 22c PICKLES Green Beauty Sour or Dill ,. Qt. 13c JELLO Assorted Flavors Pkg- 5c TOMATOES Standard Hand Packed No. 2 Can Ea. 7c PEANUT BUTTER Johnston's Highest Quality Qt. 22c Erosion Survey Is Made In This County I'Mrni lands of Western Mississippi County, which have been (kmiagcd by wind erosion and which have an excess amount oi id because of Big Luke larvershig nt section, are to hnvi 1 .special •uLunicndatlons fin 1 fci'lillziT to used in the phtnlhig tif colltni. iilfa and pastures. Dr. Cluules Simmons, .slulc cs- LisUui agronomist • In charge 1 of Id triops. spent yesterday making Violet lletaney Ixinn, IG. child brldi who kilted her 27-yciii'-ol(l husbaw nl Whet-liny, W, Vn.. was icloii.sci <:n $M(IO bond pending i;nind Jnr> iidlon. A wife nl 12. ihc jMrl l' niollii'r of n Iwo-ycai'-old ;;oii. Htu .Mild she didn't know the ^un loaded when she pointed II at j husband when lu- ii'lurwd iiflc UWK delay from mi eiTiind. Col. Thomas U. harkin: Centi'i'- point of $227.000,000 . . . Folsom Prison Offers Movies Aiter 12 Years COFFEE, Canova, Reg. or Drip 1 Ib, Tin 26c IVORY SOAP Large Bars POST TOASTIES For Your Breakfast STRING BEANS Blvtheville Cut No. 2 Can PICKLES L. and S. Sweet Dill Stripes SPINACH Delta Club No. 2 Can Ea. 9c ... 2 for I5c . 3 for 24c Pts. 22c 3 for 25c POTATOES, Extra Selected U. S.Mo, 1 Red 10 Ibs. 24c CORN Pride of Illinois No. 303 Can KIDNEY BEANS Joan of Arc Standard Size Can SALT U Lb. Package Regular 5c Value SUGAR Pure Cane Granulated 10 Lb. Cloth Bag FLOUR Shibiey's Best 24 Lbs. 78c; White Water Rose Ea. 8c Ea. 7c 2 for 5c Ea. 57c 24 Lbs. 88c K. C. VEAL ROAST OR CUBES 22' KOb^OM PRISON. Clll. I UP' — Aftcr.a lapse ol n years, convicts nl Folrom iirison ;ire seeing motion pictures ii'4nin willi grcai cn- Ihusiiisin. Pictiues \VCIT banned in nflrr a riol in which two .mi; and IS prisoners were killed niu many more injured. The men ^vcrt watching a piclnrc sliow iti tin prison chuprl \shen a hnll-tloMi ringleaders Irietl to engineer ai unsuccessful break. Many of the old timers in th prison had never seen or hrar talking pictures until "Mr. Deer Gues to Town" was shown in Hi Jlisl of Ibr; revived bills. Thr ,'irar cmy award comedy received ti| roarious iitipl.ni.se, parliiularlv the scvernl secpicnccs where Cai Cirnnt. as Mr. Deeds. :;o:-k< l <l knocked out-various per-son". A educational picture of New Yor ily was tlie first Irchnicolor sill •>cl many of Ihc men had MTII. Each bill wilt reiiuirc tlircc lights tor all the men to scr the Jictiirr in relays ami Ihcic ivill be two .shows a iimnlh. The slate irison boai'<l accepted llio siifr Kcslion ol Warden Clyd; I'liiimncr that the. picture cquipmcul an:l rentals be fiiuim-e;! from r.fvcr.t en money of (he prisoner.. Hhov;s weie iciutrodiiccd at San Qnrnllii irison at the same tiin;. SLICED BACON Rind On .... Lb. 15c PORK CHOPS Lb. 15c OLEO Dixie Lb. 19c CALF SWEETBREADS Lb. 39c TENDERIZED HAMS Swill's Premium und Wilson Ccrliliwl Whole or Hulf. M>. 21 LAMB CHOPS Swill's Prem. Lb. 29c CHEESE Old York Lb. 39c PIG OR CALF BRAINS Lb. 20c CHILLI BRICKS Lb. 22c GROUND MEAT FOR LOAF Hct-r ;n Lb. 17- 1 - 1 We Deliver 101 S. Division Street 1'honc 18-1 C. L. NABERS GROCERY & MARKET FritlKy, Saturday, Monday, Fcl). 1. 2, 1 WAUNlNf! OKDIvIt IN TI1R OlIANCK.nY COURT, CII1CKASAWUA niSTHIOT, MISSISSlPl'l COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Norn Crnfton HriiinmlU, I'lnhUIH, No, Ills Miuvin llnnnmltt, Drd'tnliint. Till' (Icfcncliuil, Miirvln llnim- inUl, is \vnriKil lo uppcur wllliln tlilrty <lnys lit the court iinmctl In Ihr cupUon liiMcof nucl uns\vcr (ho cnmplahil of Ihc plivintlll Ill I;(!TIIIN IN 111 CIAI, SCHOOL r)ISTUIt!T, AIISSISSUTI COUNT V, AK- KANSAS. Notice Is hereby Riven Hint, n ipclul school election will lit; hold In lliirdellc fjiicclnl School Ulslrlct. Ippl County, Arkansas, nl Hits (Hinlillod cleelor.s of liitUI School District shall vote on Ihc queMlon of n Unlldlng; I'mid lax | ol H mills, said niilldiiii! Kami lax I to tie colli'cted annually on the. 1 n.s.se.ssod valnullon of all luxablii ]ii(i|ier(y In Ihe nistrle.t. bcg;liuiliig! with Ihe tuxi'.s willccled In tho year 1011. for (he purpose of paying! Ihc prlnclpnl mid Inleresl of n Dioposed ri'lundllin bond Issue of S'lli.not) which will run for 21 years, mild lux to continue unlll Milil bonds mid Interest arc puld. Knld election sluill be held hi said nlstrli:l on March Vi, 11)10, he.- (weeli Ihe hoiirs ol 2iCO P.M. and G:I10 P.M., ami otherwise, In the milliner piovlded by law for holding! special seliaol elections, at, the. followlni! polling places, lo-wlU KurdctlO schiiol nnlldlnn. WIlnr.Hii my hand this 21 day ol February, 10-10. Mrs, Thomas li. Ivy tjounly KKiimtnur. M-1-11-2-1 NOTtCK OF SCHOOl, ELtCTig* 1'urcuinl lo Acl NumWr 305 ol 193& oiinc'led by tile General.Av Bembly of tliiS Stale ot Arkansjif, said ncl providing [or (lie election of school .directors 16 be elected nt a special school election lo ib^ held In cnoh school district of Did Slnle of Arkansas 6» the third Saturday In March of each year, (be following polling places shall bo open between the hours of 2'iOO P.M. and 0:30 P.M, on Saturday, March 1C, 1010 for Ihc aforementioned election. i! Dlsl Voll'liB Name Place OKceola Comi Koiue Luxora 1,'ixora School Ilosu School Clear I^nke Scliool Blythoi'iiio city Ifall ami Old Hardaway AppllnnceB!(ln. (across from Presbyterian- Ciiurcli) fjosnell School Hiilfimui school MIILgnn School Armorcl Temporary Kluhi. School Hlmwncc School Pecan Point Itell's Stow Cinron Curuon Scliool Manila School CralB's Store School School School School Dell Scliool School School School Kclscr Bunk Und School Scliool Number Nine School Buidcllc School IStOwah Miss. Co. lllgjli School School School School School School School Cnnc i 'i'J. K. •», 30. 31. 32. 33. :\\. Doynion WhUlon Vnrbro i!ox El din- noil Wllfiin 1,0110 Oak Toinnto KOlsCr Promised 30. •10. •15. •IS. Ill, fit). 52. rr.i. 61. fifi. Shudy drove l.caehvlllc I'ftW'llCOII Illckman rial Lake llrnw'n Krlnklcy Im lllack Wator Itooky Sllllmau Hycss Mrs. Tliomns II. Ivy, County Exnmlncr. •iO-l-M School School School Sttllmau Scliool •ss Htfth School Dr. J. A. Saliba Atmoiinrcs tins removal of bis iilllce from Hie ItiRrnm ISullilins lo 121 U. Kciilucky. ites. Vlnmc '110; Office I'll. '118 uvvoy uf that ami. accompanied Jim J. Plckrcn. coinily u:d aycnl. .foil from [i number oi hums was •l,"flfvl In be ii.sod for exiinlnirnt;; id sludy nnd spcuilic: recommen- iitidii.s lor vnritnij. types soil will [• niiide lalrr. l-'arnu'is mny Iben omparc soil oi Ihciv luiKl with lies selected by Ihc agronomist tul llie-.i choose the ln?st suited •rlili/.tT for each l.vjie hnd. By using the fVrtill/.cr licst suited | ) ihc land Ihe farmer is assured larger yield than by using n Icr- li/.cr nut U'j;ieil lor eroded soil, urlciiltiiriil lenders said. Criidnn Bruminltl. ol Teh.. Two Prc.sidcnls of (hi; Unilcil States were born after their fnlh- rs died: Andrcd Jackson and lulherford fJ. Hayes. Dated this Mill 111'10. IIARVISY MOItlUH, Clerk, fly F.llitnbclli Dlylhe, U. C. Nrlll Heed tAtty, for 1'llf.l Ed li. Cook i Ally. Ad I.llomi IS-22-20-7 NOTICI: or INTENTION oi' I'AVINd DISTllU: 1 !' NO. :i Ol' iii.vniKVii.i.i; TO issin: UK- I'()MJIN« l!Oi\t)K. The undersigned, Coiiiiiilsslon- .S of Paving District No. 2 of Try One nt Our llellchius PIG SANOW1CHICS 0!e Hickory Inn Hcsicl Courier News »rts. Acrtiss From IHph Schuul ST bottled New Englander Keeps Diary for 59 Years ou> Mas.,-. <UI>i Aller i 1'cconiii'c his activities 1',r M years. Onirsc O. Dunbiii I,"'nrvrs ' lie i.s Ihc world champion diary keeper. A former employe of lh'' (icn- erul Kleclric C'ouipanv. lumbar .stalled his lilc hi.slwy i:. 1BBI, nuikini; carbon topic. 1 , for liiU-ii"Aed inembcr.s ')f Ins lamily. Hi diary <ovcr:> 1H1 closely \\titt^i: pi^"s aiio' tontali s more liian Bfi.O'JO vrard.s. Wert Optometrist "IIK MAKES 'KM SI'IK Oiei ,Ioc Isaacs' Kt'iie I'llOIie 51!) PROOF THAT PACKARD MILES ARE THRIFTY O \\ .M KS i" L'vcry Mine vharc Mr. Itrcnner's onlhuw:i«" for I'/ffl rackllrtl Ilirilli. urn. Avk any of tlicni-or. licltcr Mill, KUI die funs hrMliand! l>ri>c ;i 111 HI I'.iikanl. (>)tnp.uc il your'.clf fttr uLOiioniy a 1 , n't-ll as \:ilm-! (xt )onr I'.iikci/d ili'.ilcr lo .s)n<u )(lli. dial l'.uLir<l scrviu- illnrBts arc right in line ividi ihosc i>f even mmh MD.illcr inr%. Ami 'llll'.iX joii'll know wily I'.ukiinl, of all iiMmir.ullircfN. h;i> I In; l.i,l<:<t-grotriug fjinily nl uifiiers in Anwriia! 86] AND UP. .Icl.vttc.lin II, lion. NOW, MORL IHAH Hill.. . A5K Till MAN WHO OWNS ONt STKAllillT IHHJliliON WHISKEY Olil Sclirnli'.y's r.vr Illililnr™ niilkl'.S il i rii'li luniilctl i'|iliinuil \ali 100 (Jopr. 1910, Sdirnlor Diatillcis Corp., K. V. C.
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