The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1930 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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m. '&:•' f: ': 'PAGE FOUR New Cruiser Coiimii.-sioiK'd at i3 /r * • ,V-«v- '••ri:-.•;??[•'. '-."•'.^ v - ' :.-,'.N . wv-tn iiuu^.N^uii- ui nai:^ u , , ——~.~. .f.-~i~.-m»~~ft^i:, i--.—-.•?->i^4 iz~^. . ;}:< : A~j'-----}-t: : . .vy^ istlc.il tob'co showing nccur- ll '" ; ' 1: °'' ; 10,03fl-lcn ci::'.j,or. u. S' S. K-T.-M-I t-iciii~[ ,-n-<- n,..ii- , i. , --»-Aii<- t.-UK total arc, ,r,l pr^, S . -^ c^ni-i^a « il, e Brooklv, :,--.„• v- V •-.'.,1 ^ r, T , Sam ' C n '*"°* ^ of crops cr tho number ui riu'cr ;!:,- f..>a naval .„,-• .,,„, '„',..-":' -.... ".',.".. 'V'''- 0 '"'" 1 " o'^i-'i.c:. Ihe I'ensacola was biiiil SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. •"••> Hcc:iu:e of th- 1 - - ''.ck and clivers: ty of census data in the \K?.. i- 1ms 'been iniucsslblo to ri.il--> «-, statistic ately tloij-or crops cr tho 'number uijnuYr ;!:, f..>a naval >,;,,.-: am] Y- livestock In many tlnferc:i'. ITT-.-- i.............. ,, .. ' ' " tries. "For example, the r.r:a a,-.'! •""•'-••"•• '• - a< - '^»' vtrs.n and. ri< I .prodiiciioi, of \v:W.t or cotton.'.., the number of com and dnirj prj- ducliqn, or the nusnbar of sh?3;) and vv-ool production, coultl not'be Bccuratcly determined fcr llu v,hol- world when the last c?n?us of me country was taken in 183!, or another In 1914 and of another hi 1928, when It Is lemcmb.v.M tSnl am facts of their fni-iii'n".ji-!v'~'i" crop areas and numbers of livestock r.umti-r and sii-p of f-i'-ms'"''"'' fluctuate greatly from yrnr :o yrav cadliv:md, aivas in w-iiu''!"]- -n- Nor can comparisons L-J mi-le" l;> " " ' * ' ' '" twecn the agriculture of rtlflrrT.- ,....v. ,.-i- -, li: i -n-j i.-,..,| countries when (hey cither Inv.- jtlon r.f i-aeh' prlnciimi C. : OP 'i,Vl" : - D0 CCJ3S1L7 rinl.1 nr thnil- rr>M?mpc - IH.-riilinr ,,l .',,.:. (.i...i -.!',, \ ' ' sus of?agriculture In 1030 was l:il- tours and -.vases" of 'fiiVnT' hiio'." "'"'"i". '!"•'* la: r!)llt ' li " >*'o li!r fmted by. the International Ins'.l- farm incuni,. «:-d (lie HVe '' "'•';• l!!l11 "- ;i:i!l tlitri-forc k :nu iui tute of Agriculture at Rome in en- Naturully. the ccirms \-ill' l,-> m - : •- : ' :I: ' U , L ' ilL U ' f -'- iwssos. and operattan with the Intcnullnin! ; complete and :u-ti;rulc in the '.fltc'- '• rV,',,''', ,','," """' h;llul - ''•'• 5 '»'<> iUciillcn Board nnd t!-.e U. S. DD-; oruanlze.l roiiiitrici of i'i.> v"->rld i cither a no tntmi, O r a ; '.pnralpiy work of organization ,,^ ..,, partmenf of Asricultnre. The pre- in 1025 with (lie loan of a specialist by the U. S. Department of ,-,i;rl- cultiire.lo (he Inlcrrmtta:inl Institute of Agriculture, who was tip. pointed director of the census. The director slmlled such censuses as--hail previously brcm tatajn. .drew i>p a census program antt t. standard form of £:nsiis [|iic5liori-- naire. After tills he procMrird t« visit the capitals or n5 mmiv countries as passible, miring the bs- tliree years .';; visited "practicaiiy all countries of ih? ivorhl. Ih'j- countrles reprc?en;. more thr.:, fl? per cent of the land surface, 'ji p:r cent of the population, ami yj ]>.->. cent, of ihe asriciiHur.il anri iiv--- ctock prodnttlofi ol the \rar;-| Because of the p-cnl diversity r.: r-oils. clitnale. i:eoplcs, laiifzuA- L-; customs, farm practices ami' :;i>'vi of crnm and lii-cstoc.k yronn i:i th" ! cspctially thcjo that- have liad't-jji- ln the northern tamb-plwc lh.- k'iTvi"",'.^, V''^!iili? ; r -"^V ""r'^iS'-'u,'^;' l^j" '*."? ' ^ '^"""''^ """ 1^'='™ clj." Hie su-.itlicrn ivomt^nln-v; foi- '(••'. : and hushinsi if\i\i--. t.> ! [l!!'. :Cli !;" tal WEbT 5-7-.S K-e-4/j. a—K-O.J C—1-10. 0-2 O-A-10-3-5-4 E*ST C-A-K-q S-K-102 H—A-C JO-7- SOUTH—DEflLEB fi.'j o-A-l-a-8-0-3 °— G -J -.: 0—5-7-i C-5-3 canr.'.-.-fb.. IU.H' ,,Mt i't--., i 1 - piililii'aiii.n ,,t th-jj- c-:i,';i7 U'M-'- imtii IP.I:>. Wlion tho CIT.MN . • •:.: i-,v . ', >'f.'.v\: and Sou'irs biii •'•-'• i; justified. v,v.,: Tills n-lil h... of p:inin . . , Tcr ccnitiut'.ivi 1 i:r!t;'iv,i-,'-; uf ,,, w .... „ .: •voultl • ^:i one It v:i! of d I; th-' h t > li::- pi.lpi-!.-:,.|-. it i-. II:.- :nr c:l)i! ..Hill! il! c. ., , i. ol crop and ETHEL .-.iiadc;-.. West four in'.-.,-;', ' sour .shades, all i,.i..-. : . Wr«l oROl-.-. (h: ri : ';|it i-f , j"l --WUos. Soat!,. she dc ;•',,„" »"•• Wt fiiro !!,-, dmmuv : f !u- spado (iuecr. : - 0 hl , ,.-,,, <-"••• of c.«b;,. wi]i!,!,v; th, •'••' t!,;- .lummy with ,;-.. f!uh5. The nil, 1 - r. 01 N.,,., j.-| fir.m dummy, and I-:,., ro Kit!, Ilic l:!,,r, derlarcr ..-!,v, id, t he acc . ^... ,;,, 1l .. 0 " ° ••'.- ten. :::•-• b;- lf he ".u in . --D.ulo '•'-i- :.: leaii a club !.' riiimioy an d thon 4^:-> ••iiiiKvr^ \ f .^.- -•'- r.-^-; •«*--. . J -? - • .-^ • -, ; ': '.--••'.•,. V.- :. MI . ..:- • • ; ,.! '-•; i- v ;--^•^"'r.-.fy • >• ..-^ • _ ' < j ' v | •';^li;i|^Ve ; -:';^^-^'\\ . *^v- ^--N VN'-TTX t> y ..At - •^f^^-^.^i-. V*C 1* £jnr*i^ftjiV- TJ, --tJ^i % i\V/ ' v 1 .'.. 1 !;^ i ;! rt:s "'•'''•'••'' '••••'•••••tin."•'•(i n'i tt-'V-n'-''-' II " J <-"i !: ' : •' !lartc ' ::..:-:,;!:.. wbirii West v-inV'-,,'..'!,'^! »'!'.ch i.; OT; ,'in"the d,,:^v ^"h v-lh v,nh4d!!,?';." ;ii :' i: V" 110V ' •Ili'l. lj-.il il-.r d r' (hi.; ick in ri- fi,m>,i!y u /- •. t.'io ::n:<l ton of .li.i: '.urns r his the c nco • club m r..-iii;vr! a H.-.ul.n ;,, lirst d-.iv. t-.u.l tin-,;;. ilH-co d.iys. 666 also in Liquid. TALKS Profit Or Loss for 1930? ^^^ It Is Time for Serious Thought ^^^ Cohort Is At Its Lowest With Big Stocks On Hand Fm'-' . z goo »e nextlall. hveiy agency is pleading with the farmer to reduce cotton acre-uro grow more toocl and feed crops; poultry, hogs, etc. L You Caji ? i Break a Farmer Who Raises His Feed and Food Bankers look with favor upon a crop loan to the farmer who raises food and ml for his family and farm needs. There's always a ready market foi put v lot els hogs, soy beans, hay, canning factory crops and things of this kind and they bring money the year around and help make the cotton crop clear Lei's Make Our Own Farm Relief With Hogs, Chickens, Cows, Feed and Food If you don't have hogs, cows, chickens ask your banker how he can help you -et them. Ask your county agent how to make money out of soy beans The ? business thc '— <* this county become Talk to Them About Your Plans They Can Help You THIS SPACE FIRST NATIONAL BANK' THREE STATES LUMBER CO, J.C.PWEY&CO. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. HDBBARD HARDWARE CO. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. PAID FOR BY CHICAGO MILL & LUMBER CORP. ARK-MO POWER CO. BROWNE & BILLINGS HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. BLYTHEVILLE C. OF C

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