The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 5, 1946
Page 5
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APiui, BLYTHEVILLE (AltK.) COUUIEU NEWS Suggestons For Hotter Fnrmiii" featured For This Suction's Progressive Farmers. M NE Suggestons For Better FarmiS featured For Thlg Section'^ PnT \ (cressive Farmer*. For Your Home o, - nse Chai ™ Ottoman, Chiff robes, Bedroom Suites Springs, Mattresses, 5 piece Breakfast S Just Received: Metal Trunks & Lockers Alvin Hardy Furniture Co PhOM2 ; 02 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bill of materials or the total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. 'hone 3371 Care Of Tractor To Be Explained Armorel 4-H Members Plan Demonstrations During April, May IT. Hemove ,) lc oil nip from the uotloin of ihe eleaiKT, pom- off ic oh, w ,,.sh Hie cup. then fill the cup to Ihe Indicated level with ,oll of the viscosity recoinmendrd i" tlu- operator's Instruction man•mi (hut i-nme with the tractor. Knch hull- the ,,t r cleaner Is -servh-ed the bivnlliiM- cap shouW oe removed, washed In kerosene, shiikon dry. dipped In oil mid then rephiced. The breather tap Is a 'nilnintiire air cleaner llirouuli which } m crankcast. makes on c complete Two Important factors hi the life .'"'Olullon. If ti lc lirealher cap be- sci-vlcf of a tractor are proper i comes clot-noil, tills pressure is ex- wnnn-iip and properly serviced air'" 1 " 1 on the rings and on' (he cleaners, according to Eiirle Hum- ."'out nnd rear imiin bearing oil bo. extension aBi'leiiltnral engineer. """'" Gerald Casstdy of Armorel. 4-H Counly Council president, returned , recently rrom n three-day farm and seals Approximately O nec u week Ihe si miner on lop should be removed 'and cleaned ;llu) MK , |(ii . stllclt machinery mainlcnancc nnd repair Iswbbci 01 in il , , at the ColleRe of A B rlcultiirc fc ,",,? j, ' 1P , sl ' UctL Ullsl «"now pnsshiB some of the fe "' " lc "" s "»< -k «-'"<l s '« •in<! Ls information lie hurt learned to: portion of In 1940 Ihe Indians In • the United Stales numliered 333,900. Of this amount. G3.iar> were in Oklahoma and 5r,,07G In Arizona --4 Per Cent Interest — No Commission If you need money on your farm—for improvements;, to pay off an old mortgage, O1 - f o p ,, r - chase addition*! land, see us for the complete farm loan. I!y pulling the loan through us, you know, before you sign the application, exactly what Ihe loan will cost yon, how much Ihe payments will run, and complete information on the pre-pay- 111 cut privilege. Terry Abstract & Realty Go, 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 ABSTRACTS - LANDS - LOANS — ...... .v v>, on [U • . • "" "' "ii ;ii](| ill Ihe 10 other 4-H clubs in North fi ll <-'li<*lnjj effect on Ihe etigln Mississippi Comily. Gerald has selected ;i team mate. Perry Lee Atl- kipson, of the Armorel Club, and Ihey will work us n team In April and May visiting (he various clubs with Extension a^eals Oscar Hazelbaker and Miss Cora Lee Colemnn. A part of the demonstration and recommendations Hint these young men arc giving follows: Tractors which operate on tractor fuel should be started on fuse- line uiul run on gasoline until the engine temperature readies 170 degrees P. l» order lo save time and wear. A tractor will develop full power on gasoline when the engine Is cold and can be put to work on gasoline and then switched to low-grade fuel wlien the engine reaches operating temperature. Starting a cold engine- on low- grade fuel or switching ft over lo low-grade fuel causes excessive washing of the oil film from the cylinder walls and excessive crankcase dilution by the heavv ends of fuel which do not vaporize as a lubricant, allowing excessive wear of the pistons, rings, wrist pins, Ijonrings nnd other working parts, the county agent explained. The air cleaner and breather cap should be serviced daily under average conditions and more often under extremely rfusty conditions, lie pointed out. "In a normal season when a tractor is operated 800 to 1.000 hours, a properly serviced air cleaner will lake from 50 to 100 pounds of dust from tlie air go- I ing to the carburetor. A tractor ' carburetor which is operating cf- ficienllv will use about 0.000 gallons of air to vaporize one gallon of fuel." He recommended the following procedure to service the air clean- ' We have fresh ground meal ami chicken chops, fine or coarse. Hay and mixed erouml feeds. Also <:ustom trlndlnt- \Vc arc now buying poultry. LANGLEY & SON South Second On Old Berlig Gin Lot Turn Legumes Into Soil For More Nitrogen Tmlnx under winter legumes Is one of the most economical ways Norih Mississippi county farmers c "" supply and organic matter to (lie soil, acconlliu, lo Kellh mibrey. C( ,, llUy . 1Rl , |1( A urowlli of C.OOO i,, 7,000 pounds of lliE "IT"'' 1 ' |H ' r '"'"' wl " R »l»'»' ' 'bom SO pounds of nitrogen •nils £ <'o.|ial to 300 pounds ot nitrate nhrn't °> r I5ft «! ol ""'»«'f "mnionium mil ate, he said. I If collon or eon, | s to follow .lo winter legume it .should be tinned under when u,,. amount of Rrern matter cut from u plot len fee sqiinrc w -,! B hs U lo 15 pmm,| s . l-velel, usually m,,k,. s ( i,| s ,, molml «f RITCU matter by April 5 In the I'oith Half ol Mississippi county. However, he said (llo vetch had unusually well Mils nnd most all of It had exceeded llils desirable urowlh by April 1. H Is Hie opinion of the comily Will that most all winter legumes in Mississippi county should be turned under this first week In April. Winter li'nuuics should be allowed lo decay iiboul two weeks utter tx'lni; lurned under before Ihe next crop It planted. WARNING OKUKK In Ihe -t'hanrfr.v Court, Oilrka- Miwlia Dktrlrl, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Frederick H. Meyer Plaintiff, vs. No. D510 Uernice K. Meyer Defendant, The defendant llernlce K. Meyer is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named In (lie caption hereof and answer the. roniplalnl ot the plaintiff Frederick II. Meyer. Dated this 20 day of March. 1040 IIAHVKY MOUH1S, Clerk. Holland it Taylor . lor rit. a"j'j-ao-4|5-ia KEEP 'EM ROLLING! Now thot tho weather is rig ht rhc most important thing is to keep that tractor of yours rolling. You con depend on us for prompt repairs and service. Our organization is set up to give you expert service and repairs in the shortest time possible. Your tractor i* not making you one cent while sitting idle in the field every moment counts. For this time and money saving service see PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. EXPERT. YOUR ALLIS-CHALMERS Dealer "&EBA/B& 122 Ea$t Main Street, Blytheville KcrniKi> P(lone 404 Lawnmowers . . . Kxpertly sharpened and repaired. Phone ^' c r>' cli "P a "d deliver. Immediate service and guaranteed satisfaction 2192 assured. We also specialize in gas and electrical welding. F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP 215 N. Second SOMETHING NEW! READY-MIXED CONCRETE Foundations-Sidewalks-Driveways-Porches Call 517 for estimates PRIDE and USREY COAL and CONSTRUCTION CO. Approved FHA Contractors BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 tUllroad Street Bill Wund.rlich KoMnwn'i Draf fltw* NEWS Publinhed "y Th e DeK* Implement C», Brytherlfli Vol. 4 Friday, Murch 28, 19M iMISSISSII'I'l COUNTY l.KADS AGAIN We wish to congratulate M. (j. H. Whistle and Sons on I heir 'Hereford sale of April Ji'd. We cspeouilly congratulate them on lie sale ol their famous herd hull which brought (he lop price of S^OOO.OO the average price for 140 head was $570.00 each, and from what experienced caUte men (ell the writer this was an excellent average for a dispersal sale. These cattle were piirchased hy Hereford breeders from 1 i stales which ,i» evidence that Mr. WhlHll* and Sons hud a very f| Il(! herd of Here- fouls. We would l,ke to see more farmers n Mississippi Counly raising cattle, a* we hink it is a very good way to balance the budget. We arc somewhat disappointed that mir local farmers did not attend this sale and find (ml thai something else besides ' 11 " >r<Klucc « l '" Mississippi - DI - . not know anything aljout the Kakcry J ui1 wu ^ omKA in °» th ° N«W i , ,IK i '' "" |1C1 . I ;, 0 " UI »"K «l«y and were. Kieally impi-essed with all the complicated machine.-}', and completely spotless interior •a« well as exterior. We wish to extend our early congra iilul.ons to Mr. Hnrlzog, and S Immediate CASH Available for FARM LOANS -DI- FOR RENT... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped to Cure Your Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete Meal Curing and Storing Service FROZEN FOODS Phone 2602 Main at 21gt You'll find tnis a Friendly, Undcr- slniiding Bank and the vacant chair bcxicic each otlicer's desk Is a silent invitation for you to sit down and talk over your business problems with them at any -time. We'll try to help you. Spring is here . . . Planting has already started. This means- in many cases Farm Loans, The First National Bank of Blythevillc is ready to help you farm- crs in every way possible. The absolute knowledge of banking plus form know how gained through more than 30 years of farm experience gives us a complete understanding of your problems. FARM LOANS? Sure! But they aren't packaged. They're tailor made. They'll fit your needs too if you'll let us collaborate with you and help solve your problems. As business men—a farmer should/be a business man, too—let's do business—and banking together. It will pay real dividends to both of us. Come in . . . Let's Talk It Over! , ( ! II ,H "'• tllt> N 7 S'»<-W 0 cdcr or Flam, CHI valor ,.s mounlm K , so If you want one der now," 0 " 80 " > '' > " ><l '' Cttcr " lacc - DI - . •h.'!' li 'n'i" S ,, of FIoll '»" 1 . Missouri, has a i-i in ' '" "V," 101 ' fur Slllc ' ™» Bu»tw- "ill fit. n Kantiall HI Tractor - DI— _ ................ We still have a few heavy tractor pe K tooth 11 „ , Mor K«n south of Ma' from r •• rtlissouri. - DI - Aiiy t ,r y ,, u farinci-N who need « wcldina outfit, see our Mr. Van Ilooscr in the nartl ten- 1 ",^" 1 - H ? vh ,?' or c «» «<* you an ideal elect c I' iinn Wultler for a very reasonable consicleration. He will teach /ou how - DI - - - '! CCn , " nahlc to ^rnish all , ractnr , OWH nc ( ' iir cuslomer.s, s( ,mc of you have purchased Iniflfir plows outside of , plows outside of this irch " SC . d a ptow like this we you Rive us the number W the old Mare or point when replacing one These 1ChI)eerin ' i< " 1C r eern>r , !' i<Ws lha " b in from otilsidc this territory are \ ;'V° '^ P '° WH thilt We ordfJril J '° ri *"*y»*.!>t bottom n . J H'fr° ri *"*y»*.!>t bottom, and 1 \. dlff ?,!; cnl . shfflre - «"»" we usually . 1 his mil assist our parts men in «st- yot, Ihe rwhl share, and will sal e Cu great deal of time. This is' a!s6 a verv The First National Bank THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER F.D./.C. r .v>« "anv re parts for any piece of farm ' css <>f " ™ GOOD CONDITION P4W

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