JUNE 3, 1936 Schools Are largest Bene- jiciaries; $40,324 in Hiis County ST. LOUIS, Mo.-Morc Ulan 30 Mi cent of die approximately <hree million dollar paid by (he "WO Railway In tnxes for 1935 went for sc ]iop) taxes, it was announced here. The railroml paid -i total of $3,009 1 797.« In taxes lo >he nine states which it serves or this sum, Sl.197,509.81 was for whool taxes. O! the total tax payment $300 - 8V1.C2 went lo the Stale of Arkansas. It was distributed ove ' 10 counties nnd 60 elite and was applied as follows: state taxes 570.084.91; county, $-18,372.95; road' $23,992.49; school, $133,82406- city **%???'' "" d ..?P c . cl . al . W2.307.88.' BLYTUEVILLE, (ARK.)' CODlWm Farm News Edited by J. O. PULLERTON County Agricultural Agenl the ,. , Of the $306,871.62 in taxe.s which Frisco paid hi Arkansas a to al of Mc.324.98 paid in -- ' —1«- •••'•j vjui pair] HI Mississippi county. Mississippi county was paid $0,161.90 for its general county lax; $9,405.02 In tale taxes; $3,243.10 for road lav W.3B7.04 In school taxes ^ A city tax of S44C.22 , m d special tax of $393,74 was paid to niv- Uievillc. • Dell was paid a city tax of $10.20; joine,-, ?35 .^ ; i. e achville 534.47; Luxora, $17.14;. Manila 515.23; Osceola, $205.31, A special lux of $07.00 was paid lo Luxora and a special tax- of $55.00 was paid to Osceoln. | belcre planting harrow It Into Cther forms Farmers Who Fail to File Will Miss Chance for Benefit The final I ayjiionts. dale for aceeplinx from producers in Arkansas has bsen llxcd as Jui 20 by |he State Agricultural Co.' scrvatloii commlllfe. No farm In north Mississippi county wl mils to sign a work sheet b June 20 will receive any ben. lils under the soil oonscrvatli \\ w alfalfu mul o soil. uf lime Iwsldoa grtunil lljm'sione may be tisn! as burnt ||», le and hy'draled llnir. If UICE? are used less pounds per acre are needed lo set t!;o same ellect, The equivalent of J.W poi; m is of isroi'iiil __ •<• vi. mi.? v»i til Ul'-llll LllJIrnlUU „' would be ronslik'rcil us COO pound-; of burnt lime or 700 pounds, 01 hyih'iilcd lime. nidenoi'r. of rtrmorel. Mrs. J. M. Mnta? and Mrs. R H. Uoboilson vlslteil near pamgoiilil on Mem-' orlal day. Mi', aim MIS. H. E. Wcl.lmnn ?,'" ""Wren, nnd Miss Jmnlo Nichols, of Blytlicvlllo, visited C. ij. Nichols mid fiiiuiiv oi't'i- (ho •iVfck-end. Misses Helen M Q0 i- ? n nd llor- (eiiso Nleiiois uci'oinpniilcd a )>:irty of yoiini; pecple Irani O.weoln »»» UlyllKU'le to Canwiiy Mon<my miiriiJiuj tor un- voim-i Peo- pli s C'onfi-rt'n«>, v^hir], wit i !.,.;,_ through Friday of (his wc2k. Ii H- Jems, Hobby HoWnsou. H'Cil Robinson, Uicilo Holt unit Mr. nml MIS. w. M. iv.ylor wen 1 Pinoirj I!K\SI> \vho iitl^ndctl Die bom tlanro ra'i ihe "PiesHlent" Alomlnv nlslii. | i'MKiay school ssvvlcrs wl!l b; IK-HI In ihj m >A' church noxl j £uiul:iy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Merrill l>olk went A number of larmers in noil Mississippi county who are a ready maniiuiiis their farinj; 1 such a way as to (nullify fo grants under (lie soil consi>r'v:itio prc^rnin, or who would have I make only slight, changes in 01 (ler to do so, will be Invllgjb for payment because Ihuy iu not films; work shMts, ac-ortlin to J. o. Pullerton, county agon West Plains Franchise Is Available to Pemiscot County City CARUTHERSVILLB, Mo.— Business men, members of the Legion )»st, and baseball fans Monday night heart! Jos. R. Bertig para- Eonld, and Kennet'n Riddle, Joncs- boro, president and secretary-treasurer of the Northeast Arkansas Class o baseball league, outline a Program for Carntliersville's entrance into the league witljin the next fen- weeks. West Plains has offered its franchise for sale It will cost $408.75 for the franchise, this sum to be placed in escrow a-s a guarantee of one-half month's salaries should the local club dissolve -any time ciurhi" th.6 season.. .The. league officers ° s\\«- gested that a fund of at least $1,500 be raised to cover cost of franchise membership fees to file league, ami a reserve for unforscen expends Actual monthly opsrating exp->ns»s' salaries, travel expense, maintenance and replacement of equipment and ball park, were placed at about $1,000. Following the discussion with Bertig and Riddle, a committee of three was apolntcd lo devise a ™'y e to sccurc the necessary funds Tills committee, Dr. J. T. Collin= and Van Johnson of Caruthersville" nnd Dave Pillow O f Hayti well known baseball |>ersonallties thru- out Southeast Missouri, are to report their progress at a meeting ,lov( ^fnn^l n .. —:_, . .... ~»->'b . . , Ma-e than 2.150 have . filed this form nlrcad the covnl coiniiilllce. The program seems complicate and ralhcr difficult to undcrslaiiU but it ermines methods of so building and conservation whic many farmers are already canv iuj out. the county agent state On other farms a few sligl changes would bring the farm hit complete performance. However. If the farmer has no hied a work sheet, he will not b eligible lo receive grants. North Mississippi county farm ers wiio do not make out thes work sheds will be missing - a opportunity lo receive pnymen for something which Ih'ey are no\ doing, and which will increas the vi-Iue of their. land. Thos farmers who have signed wor sheets and have become familia will-, the details of the progran are not rinding it difficult bring their 'farms perform Farmers Applying It To Earn Casrh Bene'il: Under AAA. Farmers who want to grow lime, lovlnj crops will appreciate th- fact that the application to cron land of ground limestone or ii equivalent, is approved by the soi conservation program as a soll- unilding practice, and qualifies a farmer to receive a giant not. to exceed his soil-building allowance states J., o. agent. F^illejton, 'ccnnty • .-•-., j^.ugjcjo ut a meeting "5 L "t- next Monday night. At that time u ; s specified In the re' delimit action will be taken, one Uons ' says Mr. Pullerton tho way or the other aualifv fnr i,.,v,,,,.,,i ,<.„ way or the olher. Number Nine Mr. ami Mrs. w. Bramletl, of Victoria, spent the week-end with Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Collins. Albert Lloyd Rhoads, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Orn — .•M in io. vyi tl It l)il(]S, was taken to a Memphis hospital Sunday. Mrs. Mildred Hatton and daugh- :cr, Lilly, spent several. days last A'eek visiting Mrs. nation's broker, Albert Rasbottom. on the -ike farm, in Missouri. Doris Jean Hatcher is visiting ler aunt, Jane Hays, at Micola vie. Bill Hall was called lo Memphis Oiursday by (he serious Illness >t his uncles, Bill and Dave Hall. Hud James, who Is in a Metn- -V'is" hos.ltnl. Is slowly improving. MolHe McGhce, -Earle Johnson 'ack and Lucille Oldham, of Yar- ro, spent Saturday night with -Jrs. Lena Harris. j rcsula- iiualify for payment, lime must b> applied to soil conserving crops or pastures ami must ue applied In 1930 before October 31. These arc the crops which need ]j m e most. Tlie rale of payment per acre depends on the rate of application being 70 cents for each 1,000 pounds up to 4.COO pounds. Farmers who arc planning to Plant alfalfa in September will want to consider whether or not their soil needs lime, and how much. If lime is needed for alfalfa <ln most cases it isl it is better to apply it several weeks For BHIousn.s.; Sour Stomich, I FUtul.nc*, >nd Sick , dum ta Cdnitift.i7on Opportunity For Young Men We have opening- in our sales department for two or three energetic young men who think they have sales ability. Opportunity for permanent paying position. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Clip Pasture Weeds i ••»> i-unv »»-nv I 1 " E" ; lt":iil for. the wceWml. Al;'. At this £cnson of the year, it! ''', , : ''"•V l> l""ii'tl but Mrs. I'nlk > usually iidvlsnble to clip the' rcuimn for a few weeks. :«ls tilt UK- pasture (o pa-vent' „, s I: " JK flflKl '- lvl 'V f 'U«'' em from sioin-! to seed . aiut I ' :u ! ::tho ' M 1(1 '"' hero with also to £ ive "rooii'i tor tlic' siiiss lo grow. Weeds rob llu- soil uf Plant fcml, itiul moisture. •Several acres were seeded lo lespedwa Ihis spiin B . The weed-; should iilsu lie muwwl. frcjii ,.„.,-. litlds lo niiow Hie IcspeilM:! to Ift-t Its nonnrtl tiiowth. Kciser News Notes The Epworlh Lcnciu- held u plmlc'nt Ciridcr Park , Mrs. Sarah liobcrts; Mrs, J. H. Make tL *ST.CHARIES ut ii Me ew ome Tastefully furnished rooms Beautyrest mattresses Simmons beds Comfortable chairs Restful bed lights Well lighted bathrooms These comforfs are yours whether you occupy an expensive suite or a minimum priced room. And the same friendly and efficient service goes to EVERY guest. Direction DINKIER HOTELS CO INCORPORATED CARLING DINKIER • Operating — The flnsley ATLANTA The St. Charles NEW ORLEANS The Savannah SAVANNAH ; TlieTiitvviier BIRM'INCHAM'- Jefferson Davis MONTGOMERY And'ewJackson NASHVILLE .. Mrs, W. \v. Wulson sr., lias relniiwl lo Kniiknkc'c, 111.. to si-end ihe simmer with h"r motlicr. Miss Nirma Ulinwy, of Mcm- I'hls. i" vlsilinj Mr. anil Mrs. A, U. AU'.xuiMler. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wrlijhl lini'i' jii«i'?(i to the iinnii; roniu-i 1 - ly otvupii'il by \vk-k ii,,n. swan IJioc and family ],. lve mov( ,,j lmi) Ihe irnr ii|;urtiiu>nt of the Plor- idu liiiililliu; i:i.i:c'ntic ,t Aci'.Tvi.i-:N r ir WELDING AT 11EST PRICES I'KOMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PIIONB in COOl.KST Sl'OT IN TOWN! Weds. - Thurs., BETTE DAVIS m ST. CHARLES, nw ORLEANS 1'araniuuiil News . anil "Desert Death" a Crime' Dors Not P:ty Series • , —(Xilm'ssion— ' . „ Matinee—10 * 25c— With lc Tax; Mi-lit— in & 35c—Wil'h lc Tux .TUESDAY. .JUNE 9^5150.00 UAN'K NIGHT! ! last nrglil Ml-. .). I,. Guard of (Ins •'My iras'calleil for the S125.00— lie \n:~, not i:i,'. S eiV-— Mi I -Pm; UAN'K nEl'OSlT JUNE !) $15000! Sorry Mr. Guiini Mint you ,, C n> ncl nrespnf. The best buy in town and the tftdrid-oiit car/ CHECK THESE STUDEBAKER FEATURES AGAINST THOSE OF ANY OTHER CAR! Woild'j only car wilh Automatic Hill Holder! • Woild's largest one-piece (op of solid sleel? • Wo/Id's Urongeit sleel reinforced by Jleel body! • Woild'i roomieit rear jeaf—58 s ,&incfiei of elbow room! * One of iKe^rew 1936 can wild Aulomalic O»eid(ive! • Woild'j only car ilyled by gieal woman deilgnci— Helen Oiycfenl • Holder of official American Aulo- mobile Astocialion gas economy retold — i4.S7 milei p« r gallon! •*~*s.:oi>»8si&, f iuji 665 moy easily be covered by IKo tiade.in value of your pieienlca,. Sludeboker'. IE" C. I.T. Budget Plon offeri o new low in lime BROADWAY SALES CO »1 Soulh Broadway Blythevillc," Ark. PAGE THREB FREE!' '•RUSH 49c wlch SOc CAIOX Tooih I'owJ t JJc Vtfue Luxat'tves! Jtt Still .lie 01. 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