The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1930 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 18, 1930
Page 4
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FOUR • PLAN mm OF Marked Success Achieved on Couch Plantation and Elsewhere This Year. LITTLE ROCK.—At a conference In the office ol Enrl Page, stale commissioner of mines ond agriculture, plans were made for n comprehensive display of Aiknnsns irrigated crops at the State Fxir, which will be held In Little Rock, October 6 to 11. The irrigation exhibit at the Fair will consist largely of com mill forai'i? crops, vr-gcablrs and t/uck. It wil be designed to show not only what Irrigation will do hi Arkansas but what it has actually accomplished this year; how Irrigation serves as crop insurruue, how it increases crop piotlucticn, and how it affects farm profits. Irrigation has been a prai'lieal success when? it hns been c;rr«-'.ly employed this year and previous years In many widely fca'.tere.-l counties In Arkansas. It wa> brought out at Ihe meeting as nn instance cf what is b?ing done with irrigation that nt Ihe Couch Hro- thers Plantation at Noble Lake several hundred acres of crops have been produced under Irrigation this summer. This ncroagc includes 125 acres ol corn, 200 arrc.s of cotton and 5 acres of vegetables. Experiments al the. Couch Plantation have been carried on for three years and, according lo-.n statement submitted to the meeting by Mr. Pearson, have been successful and profitable. Another example ol successful tr- (ARK.) COURIER NEWS rlgntiou Is to be found al Slnlo rrnltcnll^ (fninp No. :i, where 400 acres of corn, 10 acres ul tj-ik't and vegetables and 1UO acres ul colton liBV8 been grown under In I- gallon Hits year. These ciojis HIT described as of the bumper Viiilely ami cxpei iincnlr, conducted as v\- Ircnuly encouraging. Debt Service Only Scliool Expanse Abnormally High (Conllned from page one) rlcs shew them to be nniler His averages for cities comparable V Blythcvlllc. The roil of conirol !•• sllBlitly above (lie averaac How ever, if the Illylhcvlllc system was doubled in si/o the increaso lorthh item woukl be very slit-lit. Unlookt.i for additions to the budget for (Ills item, .such us the prcinratln:i of the tax list Increased It malcriu-lv A mow intricalo sysli-m ol lw>!<- kcF|>lii8 would IrunjfiT approximately one-third of [he clerk e'v,'. to ihe hlRh Frtioal and much of III- printing costs to Hie cost of In- Mrticlion. In (!cni;, i! will be seen llial (lie system lias its ens:: projisrly distributed amoiiij tin- v.v rioii:- licin.1 without iiiicliic <lls<jrlin- hv.Hleii in favor o( any item>' debt soi vice. If the money spent Icr drbt service was available fnr current expenditures it would be i-ic-it diiefiy in providing more rul- Hiualc library facilities thrciiKhoii? ll-.e system, better instructional materials, overhauling of (lie central wnnl heal ing system, nnil an udju-lmenl of salaries so ns loulnc; 1 all traclicis en a comparable ijailb, rather than any general increase of salaries. LOVEIjAK'U, Co'o. (UP)—A thief ,had a change of conscience here. -On; night he stole a flower box from the porch of Mrs. Elizabeth Alk-n. The next night he relurnrd it. HARD-SOFT LARGE-SMALL Out To Stay Oul-Koots and All Magic Oxygen Sails lialh Never Fails No More Burning Aching l (1 eel. No matter how many corns you have or how painful tli^y are—soak your feet for 16 mlnnlcs In a delightfully soothing ami revitalizing nadox footbath for 3 or -! nights —then lift corns and callouses right out—roots and all and they .won't come back either unless you wear shoes again which aggravate your feet. No cutting or digging is required because Radox liberates oxygen which softens hard outer layers ol corns, each nlslil |KiietrnUnj the pcres further and lurther, carrying llic .•-.ills right t'j roolt of coins which are HO loosened they can lie lilted out bodily. Your feet nre made . strong— iKalthy;—vigorous—html nkin on heels and toes sees also. Kirby Drug Co. and all goo;l drugstores arc stocked with Ttii:iux —if they aren't Insist> them ordering it if yon want to experience great fcot-Joy and camion. (Continued Iioni i>age one) Hen 1 Is Just Another 1'roof Of The I'owcrs- Of This i\i'w And Different .Medicine. .YIKS. K. o. HAYS "I have lived in East St. Louis or fifux'ii years, and, up to about tvo years a^u, I enjoyed good health", said Mrs. E. O. Hays IIW Tri'iidley Avenue. "Then a mild case of rheumatism developed Month by month this dread ailment Increased in severity, not. withstanding the fact (hut 1 spent a great deal of money for medicines and treatment!!. A case of head calm-rail caused me much discomfort and alfcctcd my hear- ng. "So many local people had been bcncllU'd by Ko'ijola that I be- ,iin the treatment. I had not llnlshcd the second bottle before ny health began to show improvement. I have taken ten bottles of this great medicine and (host terrible pains of rheumatism have been driven from my knees, ankles, tiips and back. Even my calarrah has been helped so much that my hearing is much improved. ever expect to be without Konjola in my home." Taken regularly. In average cases over n six to eight week period, Konjola is doing for thousands daily, nil that it did for Mrs, Hays. Try Konjola today. Konjoln is sold in Dlyllieville, Arkansas at Kirby Drug Stores and by ail the best druggists in all towns throughout this entire section. WITH 5,000 OTHER INDEPENDENT SEIBEIU ING TIRE MERCHANTS THROUGHOUT AUOlir'.v WE HAVE JOINED HANDS TO BUY THE Ei> TIRE FACTORY OUT-PUT OF REGULAR SEIBERLESG TIRES AT LESS THAN CAR rUAMJFACTURER'S PRICES. THE I1UY- ING POWER OF 5,000 MEIk CHANTS ALONK 'COUI.ORRING THESE UNPRECEDENTED VALUES THURSDAY) SEPTEMBER 16, MARX •FALL CLOT-HE § Gcnuiuc SEIBERLEVG' TIRES Handsome, Deej> Anli-skid OVERSIZE" Guaranteed for Life All Sizes in Proportion See itemized list below! SIZE 29x4,40 . . -.- . . Srj. 5 -»5 •28x4.75 ... . . ''7.fS(5 29x4.50-. . . . . . «.;?« 29x4.75 ..... -y.dis 29x5.00 7 «)j{ 30x4.50 fl.3s 30x5.00 a.ES 29x'],7i> 20x5.00 :?0x'!-.50 .•50x5.00 31x5.25 32x6.00 33x6.00 mrttteZr IMIICI-: ViVils J -I.(SO Every Hart Schaffner & Marx suit for fall is priced on the new lower level One way to lower prices is to give you the same quality for less money. With the cooperation of Hart Schaffner & Marx we are doing that The other way is to give you more quality for the same money. Hart Schaffner & Marx are helping us do that, too You take the saving either way you please YOU MAY PAY 50 YOU MAY PAY $ 27 A CAR LOAD SHIPMENT .U'ST AKRJYKD...COMK IN! CO.MI'AUH! HERE'S YOl'H OPPORTUNITY. HUBBARDTiR! WHOLKSALK AND KKTAIL ^SSaS .;>'•.:•: •1 iw^iciSM it's the i'li's l time in i'iiiccn y cat's Hial the Han SchalTucr & Marx label could go in suits at so low a price IF $50 IS YOUR PRICE We'll give you a liner §50 suit than we ever could before i'OR 2-TKOUSER SUITS Secure in I he knowledge you are gelling more qualiiy than the same money bought a year ago PAY §75 IF YOU LIKE You'll get richer fabrics and linings; finer tailoring than $75 used to buy THE-NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO.

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