The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 15, 1934
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Cheap Power No! Only Goal of Great Tennessee Valley Project hKllUilioiis and ptiPiiilrnl liwiilon IMIS rr-MilKvl Hi Ilic most'linvp- nrnlPfilPrt hut, the ™.otn =£,i" z~£t~ S=£ r«H=»«'»§',£ IB ol Tlio choice was DI: ll;irry A. CiniW, worhinif for nil- oil company, Hi; CfliiH- to i)ij> TVA for 11 :,-|»;illi'r •nl.iry. Pilot, oi- Inboi alory-slwd plants '• - A W V" J"* SCC "° n ' ^' , E< Mnrgn " of "" , , pm " llsta '" "bout Mich ' THURSDAY, NOVRMBEIt Jfi, T.M.J NniTls Dan, rescivm'r, [hereby Ihoir own ,-«•,•„ lm ,, um i,,. ,, ,,.,, , , l.'H( ! iliciiln( ! HIP llfo or Ihe dun,. I There arc creamery' co-own- of th, rL,?,, "'''r 1 "* l)lc incolm Farmers who wore skeptical- lives at Non-U, Tom. nnd%nl" ?'"""? "/ »'« valley by even lKKtllo-(o tho BOH m>slo,,|town, N. o.; v,'oodworUW rn'l ''±'5. l '7", fl '«"{' "w-'wlvos. •>,,••', I wius [JVf'ii $.JOO,linQ ill thp say ,101.1 Ila-iwHsn , t j,,,, „,<,, (;|j (| work 1, BW Thk I. (1,, fourth ,,f SK- sion,.,, -i.w.'' mphmi wnf on uhal 1-i-KliU-iX KuoscvoK will lor Musclr- Kho.-ils. Plnns t IPO .«:«• tvhrn lip visits !li<- Trimcs*... foi t.tllfeliii. nans, of «(,,„," Valley, No. 1 som! nla,,,,!,,,, nro.jl'lmn No. 2 :„' Ho shoals™, - 1 - ea, I o '' . now corno aro,,,,<l loopmltv™ at s mi wlvroocl. N. C.. n,,,l Non-l . .. ollicrs. mini; TVA a mineral co-optratlv «l I;.- PxiinWrp nml r m " Twe ' u - v slnlos nnd llln Dk "' lf ' Gr-nerril Doit™ i, 0 , o Hi" 'iwlllpslt mnsl l]v n 1 ™'," '< of c """" l)i »' a » «™> onntnlnliw rvoc' led ns f On,', f'" xm'd ,..,„. | 0 . W( . " ll10 - IwnW-third or the popnlallon or ihi.s f l,irii) K Hip CJUI iv Ol ? l<1 •————'_ country, jointly slunvpii a •).:) per- lliHmicd llher II "i '' ' F^ZIZl ~ -'" ^LJ_± |^;"» : wl"« the war end?.)' Ihr- larincr.s ol the vnllcy. ii[> ai-operallvM which i to Ijilni; ilic limners more, thflr produce. Already u niun- T hllVt 1 IX'l-ll M>1 I1J1, .'.(1(1 OlJ.CT.S planned. Thuri: Is llirt cannery (jioup, with .«:«• a-hen lie visits !li<- Trams*... lo. titllM,!,. , M(t . of ' MJ,,,,," *"''' »'»'<•' "*'<•» ^' »1>. .'.lid others Valley, No. 1 soda! |ila.,nl,, K |,ro-|l'!am No. 2 : ,| u, e si'oils ro '"' I'"" 1 "" 1 - jc<-( of the New )) \Vhat has'vcj-iiii" nvo of Die old' 'c'nrbKlo ''''"""" ls tllr ' ''•"'"">' ttmup, with actually bci-n done in IS months fiirnn.-cs Into ,'1,-elrlo. fiinn.-c-i •m,l r '" u "- s "I Boddy, Tern,., and Minal work ami spon.llnic; Tlifs,: Unll<|i,, K „ JU , W )))ll)lt ml j n '' ' !>'>V, Wayiipsvlllf-. Hopkln.svlllc, r.lorifs toll yon. 'Jioxiiriiilcly $l,Mo,Of)(|. OK.-J, Moiinluin', u'li.l Cranberry, ' ' ' 'flic plant, has'boon conmlriivl N ' Cl ''• lri " ora '» P I'1K their fruits or «MH°"? T v"'° l;T °V X ' fMs nln ' •'"" 1 '" ™S ro ' s - Stable, to tho.s,. P I BIUS ; , m , ri! . \\rlltpn for M:A s..rvlfo dent Uoawvcifi; InsiWtl.m „,,,.- CI ' |VL ' Cilsh - KNOXVU.U;. TCHII., Nov. IS.- ti-i|» ,„ (/ic slitml" To "«•''«Ion ™" if-ni. CO Ions \Vrlltpn for XIIA Si-rvl(c KNOXVU.U;. Tfuii., N</>-. is- l-Vcm 75 to 80 per cent of i\w .... ,„ .„,„., ,. u ,,nncreni w,,^.,. -Tc-nnosw V,ill,.y s 2,000,000 proplo ;)h««ph,it,..s h.v, c,,,"', " ,«"?, .' iirii.KiVrS ss Spiiir 1 '^ cr rfi prosrnm to belter ilio condition.'; Uhnt strong of the people- u! ilie vnllcy must. 'r\'A .>h<.mui<i i consider tlieii- siiwlnl nmw,,,,,c . ' .\ A L l R ''"l-<ifs Imvc WOI-KIH! out Uoosovcifi; Inspprtlon on ill-; trip tu (he Shdr.k.. I'i' to now, ..'onimorclnl KI.IXM-- ;)ho.s;)lin, ( .« have funtnl/iMl Ifi per consider their spt'dnl problems. The Tennessee Valley Authority Is doing ibni. Tinprninr land tisc In the Tennessee Valley since the days of Daniel Uoone—.strip- ping the land of iu-i trees nnd for- OMS cover and plantlnu it year crdlnarv lifter year In cotton and corn-' will,' rtViplu l:as left, ,r. in such poor condition I ITS or the v-il 1 tliiH IJioiisniid-; of acres arc (nlbacKliv. *i w waste and oilier thosisnnds are so run down that they piodntr only the crops Un-y (i smr.ll pun .,! once did. J The. cry of the TVA nifrlcnH.iral division is "Save the Soil." To do it will i-C(|iiirp a revolution in ihp valley's nyricnltnre Cotlon niid com, the prf-sent. hiij trops, will have to give way 10 legumes and livrstork CHOI'S TO 111' ClIAN'Cil-l) Until now coiion has ucen the main cash crop, under the New Deal, livestock win lake n s per cent supfi-phosphnic which means that one carload of 'VA supfrpliosphntc contains as much plant rood as .liree ears or SMpfr|J)io.splinu« now on the mar- •ostliiB the f.irm- $•1 to $5 n ion, K! handling $1.50 to oiHHhird will even ir (lit! - • -. « u , "" « the toimn 1KM11 I. bl K toil of phraplmtcti (heinsplves t reduced, - •— - ' •.«'<••. *ia ]JUIL;L*. under the old order, the livestock in the valley was led on corn Under t),o TVA program, ihry will be fed on legumes. The new system of croppinj. «-j|| dr. big things: It will build up \t, K .soil" instead of destroying it. It will enable the region to Iced If.'elf. Cotton and corn tool: (iriporlniu plum r 00( | s , slld , ,,,. Illu ., l(CS] om I. the roil. Legumes, .such as alfalfa. lrsjjc.Jcy.ii, and clover, put nltrnte.s into the .soil and form a mat or proteciive coverine pre- vtniing erosion. _ The T\'A agrlcuHuvnl division ' enough Illty of 'it by curtis and his'aides. 1 When liitw. processes a,-,, proved urn'""•I. they will be made availabie i,i,'iV, l ",! he lcrlillzc '- industry. " l <^'-" INTKODtJCEIl land terracing, fer- )CVv croiis pi'<"* '*** ••- *- J'i-i"e applied lo (Int. and land in (),(, vn i| cy n , 1( () oi^ acres of hillsides are now j-ul- Hi'S. Farmer.s had stripiied Iheso ««!• hillsides of their tre.s S 1.^ and „, ,rn;v,. U: ,d cro- Tilt; TVA tilizur, and . ml department, whose. • _ r» meet that problem the TVA a fore.-.try nnd TO || craslon IC.IH whose, men are di, the work of sooo ccc hoys 11 2.i camps in the vnllcy ^cginnins In Oclolicr. 1M3, these check dams, excavated «- .xii'd."! of diversinn ditches '^,500,000 stiuarc yards or brush' by Director''^' A Mwgun" iTl-lllei, l!?,'^"' llvo *»»•*»•><* Has a staff of men v.-orki,-' wtth Love n i°" S ,° f Smlllll|IS ^ expcrimenl sMtons <>v?em.V. ,, B ' , "' munt'-'il 3,000.090 y.-orke,,, am, county a.euts u §-,M H^ l , 1 " S \ 1 , 1 E ril * w 1"S the program of a talmieed i The ,nv ' > . UTEI> " agriculture lo ili c Tenm-Mc" Val w,t.« f if . rkcd °" l25 ' 000 ley farmers Vnl f;"^ of '?"". masl of U m hilly To prcront fmlher , rM | 0] , "•»»<*«* where hillside c,,t- farmers of the valley arc (ryinJ somrthlng new to ngricuUurc" of this region - terracing the land v;l:ich checks the runoff. Lone neglect and improper cropping has !e f t th(! to)uj , n sllc|| l>cor condition lhat, a tonic h needed .0 bmid it „,, mot . c ,,,,1^^ than UID new crops can Thi'-i tonic the TVA | S about to pro- vioo, In cheap fertilizer. Tbe three main ingredients in fertilizer arc nkrnle, phoKph-ile and iwtash. Nitrnlcs are nlready cheap and potash "Is used in small quantity. The ble Job for u,e TVA ' or nhos- 'I'o iiuMidon mw iif-ni, CO Ions of blii.-kbpi-i'ir.s wcri- canned aL ll'r.w plujiLs last siinnntr. TVA iftlsed Ihr: price of bl«L'klwrrli\s from Ifi to 25 corns a gallon sim- |)ly by pay I in; the higher price, thereby coniiK-lllnu other .buyers of berries to pay as much or uo without,. • Potato growers of four western North Carolina countlos formed a co-npcmilve ,U Hanocr Blfc, hor- rowcd $4500 from TVAC, and bought two cailonds of seed j»- iatoes from Maine. They doubled their money un the llrsl, crop pr.ld bad: TVAC, and have seed uolatoes stored in their warehouse. •Heed iwlalo Kiuwcrs of Maine For Backache. Kidney And Bladder Trouble Slop Getting Ur> Here's one jjcod way (o flush Harmful \ v aslc from kidneys anil stop bladder irritation that often causes scanty, burning and smarting passage. Ask your dr.igglst for a 35-cent lx»: or Clokl Medal Haarlem oil Capsules—a splendid and liannlcM ditirelic and iliinnhiiu for weak kidneys and rritated bladder. Besides setting ip niijhts, some symptoms of kidney trouble arc backaches, puny :-ycs, les cramps, and moist pnlms. but bo sure to get GOLD MEDAL —il's the genuine medicine for kl.lnws —right from Haar- > feel the difference A nklc-j'ashioning makes VISIT OUR MEN'S SHOK NiSSin-Bush •/iriJi& ju&ldoruul OxtoitL. ..FOR lem in Holland. —Adv. f! Phone 777 At Nlfthl—Smiday—Anytime For Quirk ami DerKruhble Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. Il will cost you nothing 10 cry on a pair of Nunn- Hush Shoes. And just five mtnmcs of your lime will canvmcc you that, la Aokle'fashioriing, you've found Ihe key to a life, lime of shoe satisfaction. $6J5 $7.50 $8.50 R. D. HUGHES & CO. :i Doors.Wesl of \l\h Theatre Thursday & Friday ' Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile 6:.!5—10-35c WHEREVER THERE'S TROUBLE . . . he puli h!i foot In III* WHEREVER THERE'S WOMEN , , he pyls hit heutl in it I ROXY !-asl Time Today MAT. & »:iTE— I0c - 25c STUART ICIMVIN nnrt ' ANN SOTI1RKN in i 'THE PARTY'S OVER' FOX NEWS COMKDV Friday & Saturday Bob Slrdc in "The Gallant Fool" Ji picture that hvhiKs hack vividly the glamor and romance of the golden awe when tlio Circus loinvd tiu- land. A Circus Picture With a Western Wallop RUNYON'S/M •tll^ Cartoon Serial—"The \Volf Dog" With Kin Tin Tin, Jr. TRACY HELEN MACK BABYUROY • WM.FRMEY I'aramonnl Variety— ".Monkey liusincsn" .Also "Advenitiixvs of (he Newsrcol Camoratuan" Child's Wool Gloves Sites 1 lo 6! 4* Gay stripes 01 solid colors in brushed wool! Warm and soft! Penney values! Flannelette Pajamas Women'isizci, j. O r 2- AA P'ect; plains, prints! Vlf* Flaune2ette GOWNS jt Women'i t'ne>! 49c In slripcj or solid ralors, long sleeves, V- or round n«ld ,VJ e . 'fium, large! OUTING FLANNEL S6-inthti vide! Soft, w«rm, for pajamas, oighl- g-owoj, baby clothcs.WhiU or fancy BOYS' HELMET Ktft Lttther! 4* Have detachable gojtglca . . . warm knit lining. Regular nierstypelBuys! Men't Coat Sweaters FltteeiineJ! 98c Coal style wllh two handy pockets. Hrown or black. Sizca .^C•16, A big vaJoc! Plenty of Wear.In These wo cRu * T BOOTS \Stoul Black Elk Uppers! 6-U! '.-•••; !y /"'&* ""'^ Elk • • • no snbsti- tufes! Tou B h and plenty flexible! Good,' hc«yy ,leather fo \ K < RMfr heels.Built ror men who need a heavv duty work boot with Jots of action 1 " .Boys! They're A Sensation. Leatherette Coats Slicep-lincil! Wamblno Collar! $» An i.kal coul for vigorous outdoor wcnr.! lo f'cnncy T s strict specifications. Full beli, 2 side (lap. 2 niufT pockots with leather Corners Knit wristcrs. C-1S ' Warm, Comfortable, Dressy Men's Gloves Good quality lined Capeskins! ;c Easy fiUinft nnd durable. Soft, \vnrm lininR . . . full outsenm. A buy that you will appreciate all winter long I Popular button wrist model in L."wn or black. All men's sizes! fict yours 1 Try yourself in a Marathon FELT HAT There's a Style For YOU! Soled a hr.l from Marathon's tremendous variety of styles, sizes, shades. All made by journeyman i, aU i Cr l 'A" w *>"-fclt«l and hand blocked. Quality and satisfaction! Ulytlicvlllc, Ark. GUARANTEED LIVING ROOM FURNITURE In TO SHOW YOU. "• t 1 ""; "« «"""'•• "™ , m( l, nl.ldc nf Iho linCK) mll VANTKI) WU HAVE SA.MPJ,ES Bed Room Suites FOR THIS WEEK •'J-Picce, Wuliuil Finish, New Style Beautiful new Patterns in Bedroom Suites up to $150 WeSuggest You See the New Maple Suites $29.75 2-Piece OvcrslnlTcii Living Room Suites imttl^HfTmim^mrrn^ » m, ».. 2-Piccc All-Over Mohair. Made of the iicsl ,\I ( ih:iir $29.75 aHsa* ^_ 1.75 Cane_fc^stgrade^ - 90c Occasional Chairs •• —^^^••^••^•^ Stoves! Stoves! Kxlrn Nice A Siiecinl I'urchase For the best we suggest Moore's Cabinet Heaters or the Heatrola. Thtse lines are both cheaper this year than ever before although the quality has not been changed. 22 inch. King He ter, i *'**^^^^^^^^^^^^^^°^^^^™ 1 ' ™ *" '^'^^^^^^•' l| ^-*^-~ r tiiFTn»tapTr~irT3C^n5^K^KBDBBBPP Coal Oak Heater, small size. $6.95 No. 7 Cook Stove Cast Iron Ranges Fu " 6 Eje A Bargain $24.95 Oil Range, I'lorcncc DcHl (iradc with Ihe I'ortelnin l,im-d Oven ^497^ 4rt3«f vJ Hlylheville, Ark.

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