'SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1J130 BLYTHEVILt.E, (ARK.) COUTUEU-N'KWS PAGE THREE BLYTHEVILLE'S INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES Trade, Build and Invest In Blytheville City of Optimists' Northwest Arkansas Will Your Cooperation will help make Ulyiheville mightier. | Make Arrangements Now, Home Demonstration Agent Advises. By CORA l,KK COI.KMAN" Home Demonstration .Agent The practice of hatching chicks j I al home under hens ov In small I Incubators Is rapidly being dlsrard- I eil In fnvor of the regular custom I hutching. Arrongemnnts tor chicki I should be made this month to nvoiJ | the ijcssibillly of rtelny for delivery. IT you use yom 1 own f:ggs ar- I rnngemenls should be made with I your halcderyman us to the lime I and the prlre. If buyintj baby | chicks book yotir order this month. This is a good lime ID study i I your poultry bulletins, to prepare I your brooders for (lie chicks, to see 1 that your tewlsr and drinking loiui- [lutns are reudy to use. Some commercial hatcheries lm\' i I advised that baby chicks be fcil' I the first day but (he experimental I stations have not changed their 1 recommendations on feeding chicks I when 48 to GO hours old. Some ex- 1 perimenlal work hns Mio\vn that I if "11 brooder conditions are cor- Irect, it is possible to feed baby I chicles earlier, however, on the most I of cur farms the brooder coniH- I lions are not correct and never will I be, so the ixmltry specialist on the I experimental stations still recom- Imend that baby chicks NOT be fed | uniil at least 48 hcurs oM. j The hens m the breeding pen ! I should not be pushed for hi^h ey;r I ] production, as it will reduce 111? | hatchabllky of the eggs auci lire livabillty of the chicks. The breed- I rcve Great "Future Sup- LHTLE 110CK, Jnn. Itf—A three- year scotcgiu survey, conducted by I George C. Brainier, stnte &e:>lo- jfciU. 1ms b?cn made of the iiorlh- districl of nrittNSas for I IIP purpose of studying gas and nil i ^edibilities in thiil region. Tliis section rsrtending on.stwnrd frctn the Cklnhninn linn, 1ms Ix (eniird by Brainier the potential natural ENS reserve of the futrue ville well, and ihc total yenrly output of Ihc OWalicmn field, largest gas ijruiliiclni,' Holds al the present (line 'H:e yearly production of tch Arkansas well. If allowed to (low tor « year nt tlic rate 11,000,000 culii" feel a day, would produce rippioximately 214.000,000,000 cubic feet or mines; lliree-Iourlhs o[ llic entire oiiliiul of the Oklahoma fields, a mailer of a 20,8*4,000.000 cnb!c feel. t'ormailun. Extends The .sinte scol^Bic survey definitely ascertained, Dranser declared. the tame structural formation exists cnMwurd ncross Hie stale frcm tiic )>ri»scni ea? fields on the Oklalion.a lim>. which nre producing vcaularly. On Ihe slreiiijlh of lliis similarity. ihe slale geologist said lie bp- licied Hint Ihe area should become tne cf Ihe large.sl ami mosl im- Striken will, „ heart aitat-h at t'.U jor'the'somii "central iwrUon of'tl.'e 11* 01 '; 111 lialural « as re - m ' cs '" lht linme hi New York hisl moni!i.( [jnilcd States. I country. Mujui Ceneral J.ce Dullard, a italive of Yoiintislioro. Atji., was taken recently to (he arm at Fort Totlcn, 7.. I.. 10 rami-letcj . l 1.1, n,ov,ry. (; eno,,l « B IL W I ha Cct^ervativi jlntcnieiKr, Lssucil by Dr. Urauncr. ludtcnle tlmt with the cicvebpmenl of the urea, with n.sei-vnUaii_ of ULC £3'J suiiply reiiied from actirc service. \' , Arkniisas n large source of I supply used cnsLwiml into Ten Two fields in Louisiana, the Monroe iiiul Hiuitland I'arrish llelds, are at -Hie r->'ew"f t'""e leaders in gns production. esllnuU- the inn pen should tie supplied svilli an ! abundance of yrecn itrd and oys- ' ter ahcll and plcnly nf fresh v.'alcr. Oflentimes (lie riahl kind of e^K'i tire not selected lor linlulilni;. ?£& willi ijCHKl .slK-ll fni'ination, neither roiiiin nur jjororj;, lunf; egy>:. lounrl or irrcgnlnrly shaped n',1 rnl w frcm " l " >" tM for 50 J' <1 " rs ' bllt Brn "- K.i. 1 . iruin nei . hl . 1|ov( . s HK Arkansas nrea will dcvHape fields thai should cnunl or sui'pass Iho' iirotlucliou of llio l^uLslnna area. northward through Chicago and St. l.'.iils. and in addition furnish j a new basis fcr rommercinl Bas rates nnd cons»in])tios ttiroughuiil the ?nuthwcst. \Vcll Mas Huge Output /\t the iiresenl lime eight uas wells liave been drilled on Ihe should IIP nvoldprt. A (lo?:n of cii»<; j fringe of Hie new area—in fickts should weigh frnni 21 lo 1C ounces. Pit'paration sliould made for the baby chicks Urfnvc they arc received. LJaby chicks should not b2 chilled or ovcrtjcatcc] th" firs', \vcck of their life. Baby chicV: tlLsoaPc.s often nre chic to bsing ovn-hcated. OlL3iiiimcs they ;iie cr an: tllsciuod or stunted by bi'ing inblrcfltcd Oic first few days. A Ijox of Dixie Fire Kincllcr with eviuy Ion .if coal. Give us a trial and be satisfied. Kentucky S7 Per Ton Alabama $10 Per Tun BUCHANAN COAL CO. Uwir Frisco Stiiiion Office I'hone 107 Kes.' I'hone 717 along Hie Oklahoma line. The range of c|ieralions had extended eastNvard from trc Use IB Clarks- villc and' then io RiiMsellvillc. One of the \vells, the Clarksville well, is producing 11.GOO.OOO cubic feet a dny. Gas was reached at n depth of npproyiirately l.GOO feet, Nc\t Corner I'li-ase MIUDLEHOIIOUGH. (UP)—A youthful bu.s conductor Judged the costumes of Ihe Marlon Women's Hockey Club im- picper, ordered one girl p. coal over her kuce.s_ pealed lo the chief constable in an cliort to hare Ihe girls put olf the bus. rktrenicly shallov;. ' Kestorp I'asslne Kfll ! NEUENBURCJ-ON-THE- RHINE, j(UP)—The 700-year-old "Toteng- Painllng cut. the iiosslbilitirs of Icckc." or p.issing bell, of Ihc for- the new area in leans of its po-'mer Ncuenbiirg Minster, ivhich was tential future iinnorlancF, Branner • cvertvliclmcil by a Rhine flood in drew a comparison,between the po-llWS. has bee:i restored anil plnccd tcntinl yearly output of the..ClDrk:-»'m'thc v tawer ) _of the Cathclic church. COAL ^ FEED Special prices on car lots— Kentucky, Illinois and Ked Ash Coals ' We Buy Cern C. L. BENNETT & CO. 'Take advantage of our cash price" Telephone: G<1 Gifts- That are clever and di.-tiuctivo. You are cordially invited lo visit us and .sec ons of the best collections of unique and ititei'estiiin; presents that can he bought. Also , Interior Decoration and Drapery Waking MRS. C. M. GRAY 1028 \V. Main Telephone 230 Ihe Cock of the Walk' lie's fed with AlAVAYS-A-HKAD Chicken Feed From QBERST STORE CO. 115-117 East Main. Next to Post Office. FEMALE EIOEO-DUCKS ! WITt\ I PUJCKHD FROM 1HEIP. ftCISASTS. 1 ?HE CARRIOW FLOWER DERIVES ITS TJiD k>US ODOR IT THROWS OFF. 86E5 TO oo wnrt rr, Bur R.IES F.'NP THE AND ACT AB PDLIEM IN RACE OF THE BEES. (-ATER. ON.TKEPIAMT CEASES "fc> 6E REPULSEE ••- CHANGES To SAV /VJTOMN COLORS' AND OFFERS BUNCHES OF BLUH- 6I.ACK fcep^ISS T3 THE &IRDS. IM ORDER. THAT ITS SEEP /'.VAV BE CARRIEP TO NE\V LOCALITIES. Wild Boars Invade Dance j LavercatUlere, near here, was rude BORDEAUX (UP)—A ilatua.iit Jy Interrupted when a herd of wild boars ehiiscd by dous broke Into were forced to scramble up conj Hit ballroom mid all the B uesls venlenl |>osls. SUPERIOR COAL CO. Kvdustvn fur TIIK FAMOUS "HCTTKU SUMMIT" COAL ALSO AUTHOttl/Kl) DKALKHS 1'OIt THK CIONJIINK MONTKVALI.O COAL FltOM ALIWICm, ALA. As Wrll As Ollirr duals of Quality. PHONE 123 New Blytheviile Coal & Feed Co. I'lione 1!IG Gcnuinij Montcvallo Sipsey and Empire Cojj Ptnina Stoek and Poultry Feeds FLOUR MEAL FEED COTTON STATES SALES CO. Inc. Will Pylea, Gcn'l. Mgr. 210 West Vine SI. lilythcville, Arkansas. WK SPKCIAL1/E ON FIORD, ESPECIALLY/ SNAPPED CORN AND HAY IN CARLOAD LOTS. Local Plione 17-1. LOUK Distance; Phono 1SOG A.S. Barbor6&Co., liac. Blytheville, Ark. Wholciule FRUITS - NUTS — VRGKTAIJl^a . HKANS — PEAS Serving southern merchants r>vcr fifty years. Phone 920. Secontl and Rose. WE DRY CLEAN OH DYE ANYTHING ille I Phone 327 Blytheville Laundry Brace Up Youi^ Business With Advertising The abnormal and greatly "stimulated" business activity wliieh has just passed was far from being sound and healthy. It, could be likened to the abnormal activity of a man who has been stimulated by too much alcohol. He feels pretty bad after the effects have worn off.' Readjustment compels the live retail merchant to greater effort in creating new business in his community and in keeping what business there is from going to the mail-order houses. We have two distinct types of business men and it is durinp such times as those that we see them clearly. We see one going right ahead with his advertising in order to stimulate and increase the sale of his goods, the prices of which are changing daily; and the other, who upon the first signs of depression, wrings his hands, stogs all advertising or sales promotion work and waits for the people to come in and buy his ,hij?h priced goods. The first "cleans up" with n nice profit and the second loses what he has and blames it on "conditions." The big mail-order houses are sending out millions of- "flyers" each week with alluring price reductions on certain goods. They are making every effort, through persistent follow-up advertising, to him their merchandise as quickly as possible and thus prevent a gi enter loss. What advertising is doing in readjustment for the big, successful merchandisers of the country it will do for any live merchant if he will but. use it persistently. The force that will cany any merchant to his goal is coiled up inside of him—in his energy, his pluck, his grit, his originality, his determination to go after Ihc business of his community and get it. This can be accomplished only by adopting the aarnj proven methods that the big catalog house uses in building its mammoth business—persistent advertising. Courier News Chicago Mill And Lumber Corporation D. CANALE & CO. Wholesale Produce - - Groceries - Fruits Oldest and largest fruit and produce house in the Sor.tl' BLYTHEVILLE Memphis Helena Clarksdale DRINK--- fc7tnw« c*A-iof wan txi A FLAVOR YOU CA/tr FORGE* NuGrape Botliin^ Co. Phone 970 311-313 E. Main Golden Drip Products Arkansas Grocer Co. niylhcvillc, Ark. Cauithersvillc, Mo.
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