The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1930 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 103D m,YTIIRV!I,T,R, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREK INDUSTRIE MD BUSINESS ACTIVITIES Trade, Build and Invest In Blytheville City of Optimists" Your Cooperation will help make Blytheville mightier. LfiTCIUFOI World's Largest City Seen From World's Tallest Building Gritz Urges All Fanners to . Help Show What County Ca.n Do in Dny Year. -I 1 • • By J. E. CRIT7 . County Farm Agent : This Is the last, call lor material for exhibition at the county fair and every fanner should send some of the products this year to show [hat Mississippi county'can come .through and make a credible ex- lilbit- uii'dcr adverse condition;. ; The soybean show has a premium I list of better than 385. • The special prizes for the smell tarmer with the blood sow and the family cov, r should br:ng out r. number of goo:! Individual family milk cows and brood sows. The livestock should be brought in Wednesday evening or Thursday morning early, as the judging will start early Thursday morning. The community exhibits will pcs- sibly be better than last year In many ways though the quality of the products will not be up to th; overage of years previous. All of the material in the community booths will be eligible for individual competition. The commuttfes tiiat have Smith-Hughes teachers u-ill not compete against communities that do not have Smith- Hughes teachers. This has encouraged a great many more communities to exhibit-. We have ben irv- Inir to do this for several years, b'ut due to finances we havs been unable to do so. The boys and girls club members are urged to bring in exhibits "of their club products. The corn club members should briim 10 ears of corn and the cotton club mem- >r bers should bring 10 open bolls of cotton, fastened on a blue or black cardboard, and a cotton stalk. Poultry club members should bring a. pen .OK. Dingle entry, or.bo.th. Po^ tatb:.club,'members "should 1 bring a peck. of potatoes. Canned goods may be entered either, according to catalog or whatever it has been possible to can this year due to the dry weather. All exhibits airt exhibit products should be brought in Monday or Tuesday. Ths fail- proper opens Wednesday morninc October I, and all exhibits should be in place by that time. • Every business man is urged to use his influence to get- the farmers to exhibit something from their farms at- the fair this year. Glen Anderson IJuys Garage On Division Street Ihc aimt Inys nboul 300 ej«s ut Olen Amlpr.ion, local nutomobllo mechanic, Ims recently purchased Ihc Mayo uirage on Dlvl'.lon streel In front of Hie Rustic Inn nml Is now civn for business. The place Is to be known in the future as Anderson's Garage nnd will feature general auto repairing, Andmon 1ms been n resident of Ulytl'.jvllle for the pasl seven years, having moved here from Charleston. Miss. He 1ms hart nine years experience In Rnrnge work, nnd is ciuallllcd to service nil typ.;s of cars. His apprenticeship wni, nerved In the c. Set>|is uiirngo In Charleston and he was later connected with llu Myrlck giirnjjc at, Greenwood, Miss. Anderson worked for a lime for Phillips Motor company here and Inter lor the Mayo gurngc. If ynu were looking down from the tallest building) in the world, this is how mid-town New- York's vast panorama ol stone and steel would appear to you. This unusual picture was taken from the uppermost girders cf ex-Governor Alfred E. Smith's Empire State Building as the steel work on the mamm;th new structure was competed. Note Die sharp, sky-piercing spire of (he Chrysler Building, which now has been relegated to second place in the race to new building heights. In the background is the East River, spanned by famous Queensborough Bridge. Beneath the bridge, Welfare Island ctm be seen. In the far distance sprawl, the Borough of Queens, v.-iin its muitituoe of small communities, whose population was set, at more than a millicn In ilie recent census. Plane Line Now Runs from Tashkent to Moscow .TASHKENT, U. S. S.'U.'(UP) —A regular passenger air line between Tashkent and Moscow was recently put into operation. It links up at one end with the Tashkent-Samarkkand-Kabul line and at the other with Moscow-Berlin-Paris route. Direct air connection between Europe and the Near East over Russia and Soviet Tur- kcitan is thus established. HOME GKOWN PEACHES .HERKIMEH. H. Y. (UP)—Peaches 8'.i inches in circumferer.ee are ripening on a tree which grew from a peach stone thrown carelessly into th backyard of Mrs. Wesley Bates several y.?ars ago. This is the third year the tree has borne | fruit. I PILOT'S CLOSE SHAVE HERKIMER. N. Y . - (UP)—Pilot -Bart" Bartholomew narrowly es- icaped serious injury when th? propeller of his plane suddenly started while he was turning it over at Seymour field, near here. -Tile pil- otless plane careened dcwn the field, left the ground and (hen overturned. It. ran believed the throtile was accidentally left open. Read Courier News Want Ads Lindy Laughs as Camera Clicks Western Farmers Plan War on Grassbbjppers JNext Year Spwinj psUon-bran bait for gra sshoppers by mr.ins of a broadcast pra'rfc seeder on a western farm. Maybe <omebody had told him that joke Ebout the Scotch aviator who broke Hie endurance record while hunting fcv a cheap landing field. Or maybe It was n "take-off" rn a Pat nnd Mike :,tory. Anyhow, It's in a rare tmiling pos? that Col. Charles A. Lindbtrg is pictured above durins cfrsnrnlcs attending the retiring of the first T. Ai T. transcontinental transport plane nl North Beach. New York. By XEA Service DENVER.—Probably the greatest i'rsucl nest groin farmers have ever known, (he grasshopper, has appeared in huge numbers in the fields of Colorado, Texas, Montana, North and South Dakota this year. And because of the belief that a dry season heralds n ssrlons outbreak of the Insects the following year, farmers in this section, which experienced an extensive drought this year, are being urged to prepare poisoned bran bait for the pests before they get beyond control. Grasshoppers have been a plague to man ever since Biblical times. Even ancient Indian writings tell of vast clouds of these insects swooping down on green fields and devastating them. They have been especially damaging In the west and middle west. Large acreages of grain have been laid waste' by the voracious insects. One of the most dramatic stories of the west is written about them. It occurred during the Mormon occupation of Utah. The story tells that grasshoppers one seasor were devastating grain crops and the Mormons were facing starvation. The Mormon church prayed in a body for deliverance from Ihc pcsls. Saved by Sex Gulls As if in answer to their prayers, uncounted numbers ol sea gulls appeared to deliver Ihe Mormans from the plague. The sea gulls ^devoured the grasshoppers. In appreciation for Ihe help, tlie Mormons erected o monument lo the sea gitl in Tcmplr Square, Salt Lake City Grasshoppers, both young and old, Injure crops In only one way: by gnawing and devouring them v.-liolcsale. Where very numerous era Africa, Egypt, Greece, Ru mania and Palestine IhLs year. There poison, fire, flame-guns, air Dalies, equipped with spraying :\p jjiiiatus, lanks nnd oilier weapon; are boing ussxl In control of Ihe pest. The grasshopper should not be contused- with Ihe 17-year-old cicada, commonly called "locust," in the Untied Stales, it docs little damage, and Is the longest-living insect known. H spends Its years tucking the roots of plants us a Miss ' Keziah Strong, promlnen Cleveland scciely yirl and sluden /Iyer, wondered whnt it was like maku a parachute jump. So, get ting Avlaior Dick Fields to tak her up. she leaped from (he plan at .1000 feet and floated safely t Inrvn, and appears v at the i;nd of enrlh. She Is a sister of the Count 17 years as a winged Insect. | tM rie in-i de Bolgdln of Fraut they have been known to consume gnawed the handles of agricultural almost every grc-en thing in sighl Even Ihe green bark on tender twigs of trees is eaten by these ravenous insccls which have at times tools, in order to secure the salt left on them by perspiring hands of farmers. Poison Bran Mash Probably the best melhod of combating the insect is the poisoned bran mash suggesled by the U. S. Departmcnl of Agriculture. As prepared for ordinary use, it is composed as follows: Wheat bran, 12'.; pounds; crude arsenic or Paris, green. cne-haK jxmnd;. lemons or oranges, ^lirec; finely cropped fruits; "black strap' molasses, oiie nirart; waler, one to two gallons, according lo climatic conditions. The bran and arsenic are thoroughly mixed while dry: the fruits are then finely chopped and added, and lastly, the diluted molasses Is poured over the bait and thoroughly kneaded. This amount of poisoned bait is sufficient to treat about IVi acres when the grasshoppers firsl halch. Birds Are Nature's Weapons Wild birds piny a great part in the natural control of grasshoppers. From the largest hawks to the tiny hummingbirds there are no exceptions other than the slrtctly vegetarian doves and pigeons. Domestic fowls are also fond of grasshoppers and feed greedily upon them whenever possible. What are known as grasshoppers in the United States are most often called locusls elsewhere, nna while Ihc species arc dlfferenl, there is a close kinship between them. The Old World locusts are playing havoc In the fields of north- PUT NEW LIFE IN YOUR MOTOR Grind Valves Renew' flaskets Clean Carbon Install Kings COMPARE OUR ANDERSON'S GARAGE ON HIGHWAY 61, ACROSS FROM RUSTIC INN Wagon Covers Flat Covers Heavy Weight Duck Seat Covers Cotton Sacks, Specially priced in dozen lots. ce of wnlor. Joined toother In (he form of n HUle boat by mean? of n sort of nine which covers ca':;i PAT € Width and Jewelry Repairing (All Work Guaranteed) Aldridnc Jewelry Co. Telephone 37 Hlylheville, Ark 210 W. Main \Vestinghouse Radio See and Hear It At Walpole Electric Co. - - - Phone 314 D. CANALE & CO. Wholesale Produce - - Groceries - Fruits Oldest and largest fruit and produce house in the South BLYTHEVILLE Memphis Helena Clarksdale' DRINK DR. PEPPIER IN BOTTLES'-'-* IT'S GOOD FOR LIFE NUGRAPE BOTTLING COMPANY Top and side curtains for Fords and Chevrofets CARNEY AWNING COMPANY 113-115 S. First Phone 643 COAL S1PSEY SATISFIES Also Other High Grade Coals Buchanan Coal Co. Office Phone 107 Residence 177 A New Kind of Service Little, things count. \Ve try to maintain a special attention to such details as not spilling oil on fenders or giving your car ft gasoline "bath." In other words, we're not careless. Tom W. Jackson Ash at Second St. Phone 8 WE DRY CLEAN OR DYE ANYTHING Blytheville Laundry , Phone 327 ? "Hey Mister I can save you %\ per ton if you'll buy your coal now" Don't Wait Till Winter H^e.L Bennett & Co. Feed and Coal Phone 64 ! A.S. Barboro&Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. Wholesale FRUITS — NUTS — VEGETABLES BEANS — PEAS Serving southern merchants over fifty years. Phone 920. Second and ROM. Chicago Mill ^1 Lumber Corporation

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