The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1945 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 12, 1945
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 19-15 Published Every Friday In the Interest of Farm Families of This Agricultural Section, COURIER FARM NEWS-FEA1URES PAGE *THREE > I Enter tho PUnt-to-Prosper,.CdB- tecti sponsored by the Courier News and Commercial Appeal. Seed Treetetil Yields Are Increased And Earlier Planting Of Crop Possible Vepare Ground Now For Early Jarc/en, Horticulturist Urges Arkansas home gardens should be ilanned for year-round production, .ccording lo Earl J. Allen of the University of Arkansas College of \griculturc, who suggested making ilans of the garden as it will be in prlng. summer, and fall, showing Reports from county Extension agents of Arkansas Indicate that not all cation seed for plantin his slate/is being treated with Jercsan. Work at ' the Cotton Branch Experiment Station at Marlanna and the Main Station ac Fnyetleville, as well as similai studies in every other cotton grow ing area of the United Stntes, have demonstrated that for a cost of from 8 to 15 cents per ncre tht yield of seed cotton can be increased an average of not less than 8 per cent. Workers in some states report that yields can even be increased not ICES than 15 to 20 per tent. Cotton seed ticatmen also allows earlier planting, and (replanting is frequently unneces after long-''periods of cold, wei Iwciilhcr. The advantages ol seei llreotnionl are so great that farm |crs should never do without it. Failure to treat cotton seed, o lat least a part o'. the failure, mn: Ibe attributed to the shortage o llabur since the outbreak of the war, land the rush of spring work on Ifarms every year. For these rea- Isons it is most important that fnr- Imcrs realize that it is actually bei- Iter to treat cotton seed during janunry and February, before the [spring rush, than shortly before [planting time. It was formerly believed that early treatment of cotton seed [might result in seed injury. How- ifver, it has been shown that seert- ng diseases are actually better Dntrolled if treatment is made :-.t I least one month, preferably long- ler, before planting. It has also [been .shown fhni. rnfton spp Ibe kept from one year to the next I without danger of injury to germi- 1 nation, if the seed are not damp I when they are treated and if thei I are kept in a dry, properly veutilat- |ed storage place. Experience has also proved tha skin injury to workmen handling Ceresan dust seldom occurs during cold weather; Injury result- more frequently , when the dust i | left on skin moist with perspira , tiort. Consequently, it is advisabl I to conduct- all seed treatment [during cold weather while ouldoo I temperatures remain below 70.'do [ grees Fahrenheit. It must, be emphasized, howevei that treating cotton seed durin cold weather does not eliminat thorough washing of workmen i skin with soap and water, and th use of some sort of dust masi- Ceresan is highly poisonous if tak en internally, inhaled into th lie different crops for each season. !e said one-hall acre of ground should te provided for the average size family garden, "Now Is the time to properly lire- pare the ground for Arkansas spring ;ardcns," the extension horticulturist says. "Apply manure at tlie rate of 10 to '20 tons per acre early In the winter, followed by deep plowing. Then broadcast 5-10-5 or 4-12-4 commercial fertilizer at the rate of two pounds per 100 square feel two weeks before planting." Allen advised planting early short- season crops in one part of tlie gar )caris, okra, sweet potatoes, melons, squash, peppers, encumbers, nnd egg- ilnnt. Make the fall garden more certain by clean cultivating the. space during July and August Mint was planted to spring crops, or cultivate a low, moist area that was saved for this purpose. Keeping the ground free of weeds and maintaining a mulch will help save moisture, Allen warns. Fall plantings of root crops such as beets, carrots, parsnips, and turnips should be made for storage In cellnv, pit, or mound. Also planl Ihe short season and cool weathei crops thnt were grown in the spring he says. Crops like Chinese cabbage, spinach, lettuce, and radishes may be transplanted to or seeded h .the cold frame for early winter rise. Formers To Hove Less den nnd long-season late maturing Small Arms Ammunition crops in the remaining space, Nitrate of soda should Ije applied as a side-dressing to leafy crops In cool rainy seasons, he says. For year-round garden production Ihe specialist suggests the use of a cold frame or hotbed to produce early plants, nnd then make successive plantings of such crops as let- ice, radishes, spinach, mustard, ects, carrots, and beans, at, 5 to 10- intervals. Plant two or more va- eties of peas, cabbage, tomatoes, ml cantaloupes that will mature ve lo 10 days apart, In order to engtheu.the season, and use 10 to 5 kinds of vegetables for the same urppse, he says. Be sure to grow different leafy rops all through the season, such lettuce, spinach, and mustard in he spring; Swiss chard, New Zeal- nd spinach, and 'collards for sum- ner; and Chinese cabbage, turnips plnach, and lettuce for fall. Produce vegetables during the ummer months by growing warn vealher crops such as tomatoes Fanners who have had a rather Inrge allowance of small arms ammunition since AugiLst were back on a quarterly allocation system nrting Jan. 1, according to an nnouncemcnt from the War 1'ro- uctlon Board. The move, which means less ain- iiinition, is (he result of incrcas- d military demand. The War Pro- :iictlon Board has stopped pro- uction of civilian small arms am- m nil Ion, and manufacturer's tocks have been frozen to permit .llocatlon to essential civilian us- rs. Sales'. to hunters have been lalled until further notice. farmer Produces Millel For Seed Grower At Leachvillc Finds Another Way To Get Two Crops Yearly So fnr us is known, the Rev. E. H. Hall of Leachville Is (lie first, farmer in Mississippi County lo grow mid combine millet for seed. In doing tills he IMS' proven to our [urmers still another way lo set two crops per year from our rich ttnllii Innd, Kcitli Bllbrc.v, county iiyent, snld. •1'iie Rev. Mr. Hull's llrst crOi> on this particular 51 acres was u good crop dt rye. In spile of ni'iny worm daiiiiiije lie combined 1107 bushels <23 liushels per acre) of rye nnd hns sold same lit an of $l.D'l per bushel. On June 30. thirty acres ol tills land wns rcplanlrd to Arksoy 2D13 soybeans. Because of real dry wcatli- gs in quantity, or if it is al- owccl to remain too long on mols' skin, consequently all reasonable precautions should be taken. Fanners who treat their cotton seed at home with barrel treater will no doubt prefer to use 2 pe cent Ceiesan. With power-drivel machinery, especially if It. is prop erly equipped \silh dust removers the 5 per cent or new improve* Cercsan is preferable. Tiie import ant matter is to get the job don now, before spring work interferes Formers Must Make Reports Before Jan. 15 Every community Triple-A com- mitU'cman In MIssLsslinil County has been 1'cqe.slcd by Ilic stiUe Trlplc-A committee to notify till (iirmcis in ihclr'commiinUIra ol HID closing (lute (or reporting uer- urmnnci! under the 1'044 ' Ayrlcul- urnl conservation ''progrniu, ne- onltuu lo A. O. Spoiling;, clmlr- unn of (he county committee. II Is necessity, ho suld, (or fnr- ners lo pi to llio county Triple-A office Wore Jan. 15, nml report consemitloii practices conducted or .liolr ftmns In 1014 In order U nsslstnnce payments [01 he practices. Every farmer In Iho county bus been uotllk'cl by nnii ol the closing dale for reportliv performance nnd the slnlu coin inlllcc Informed commitlceinen o the county thnt (here will Ite in extension of limp, for making tin reports mid Hint runners "will no ransactions •/ere Involve "•arming Land Nation's Coffee Supply 's Larger On January 7 Announcement by the War Food Administration that will be o( in- .ercst to farmers of the county is i report that the coffee supply >osition of the United Slalc.s lias mproved materially in Ihe last two nonths. As of Jan. 1, there was between three and four months supply of coffee actually in the country nnd In addition there are substantial qunntltles both afloal'and awaTiing shipment during the early months or 1045. at this time he reduced his intended foybeiiii iivcniKC. The lain planted lo beans, however, produce* 21 bushels per acre. On one of the last days of Jul ihe rfev. Mr, Hull asked the count ngcnt what he could plant nl'-tha lato date. The only suggestions of fcred were, "Sudan grass or millet." He ruled against (lie Sudan because of the -danger of gelllnj; Johnson yrnss .seed in with the Sudan. lie sowed 17 acres of the former rye Innd to millet Aug. 2. Tills crop was combined before frost and u total of 0733 Ihs. of seed were saved. This is u yield of about 409 Ibs. per acre. lie was offered C cents per pound, mnklng this second and very late crop wotth $124 per acre. The unusual part and value of this story is the very late date when the millet was planted, Mr. Bilbrcy said. receive payments for conscrvallo; practices carried out unless th practices arc reported by Jan. 16, of certain deeds re- cully revealed Interesting truusiie ,ons with timn Innd of North Mls- Isslppl County selllm; at new hl^lis recent pureliase wns Hint 1,000 TRUSSES TO BE GIVEN AWAY THIS MONTH Kimsa.s City, Mo.-A Doctor' Invention for reducible rupture 1 provlui! so successful, an offer ! now being made to liive everyoii who tries 11 a $:UiO Truss ul n cost. This luvenlion liiis HO le i:ln\ps, no cliisllc bells, or lealhi biiiidK. ft holds ruplun! up mi In. Is coiuforlnbli' uiul easy won I 1 . After using it, many repo ciillri! snlisfacllon. Any rtimlrr ilils iiajii'i 1 iiui.V try the Docloi Itiveiillon for :iO days nnd veccl the .separate S3.SO Truss at i cast. If you arc not entirely sn isflrd with llio hUTnliou—retu It, hill be sure lo keep the 5'J. 'Truss for your trouble. If propos:il ruptured Just write tho Ph nniuuil sielini's Appltnure Co.. 3731 KCK County Officials Will Study Merger Proposal LITTLE HOCK, Jan. 12 (UP) — Representatives of the Arkansi Circuit Court Clerks, Courtly CleyX nnd County Treasurers Assoclnlloi will consider n merger proposal i n meeting at, Little Rock next Tue. day. Announcement of 'the wns made following the meeting ol Circuit Court Clerks As- Bldg., 2008 Muln St., Kansas Gil soclutlou at Little liock Wednesday. Mo., for Ihelr (rial offer. 301 HCICS by H. 13. Hughes from ill Lane. The Iniul, southeast of lylhevllle near Clear Lake, sold for 0,000. A 40-ncvc farm north of Ixacli- llo was sold for $-1500 by the fam- of Mrs. Lulu Hawkins to P. 13. inlley. John S|>arks purchased an 80-acro nrm south of Manila from United Lffo Insurance Company for $8(500. An 80-acre tract south of Blylhc- ,, villa was sold for $18,000 by Mr. and Mrs, V. M, Brltlaln to 0, CJ, Eu- Imnks. ' ' 'Hie circulation of: thousand-dol- Inr bills in thh country has Increased since 1039 iit a faster rate, llinn ones, two. nrid fives. Do You Know Thai- 1 DDUOCS urc Ihu must popular lion breed in America. • * • * . Z Tliurti lire more DUltOCS ulllcUlly' recorded than any oilier nlTlcLilly llimiil Swlno Show. nil oilier hrcccls ill recent Na- 1 I)UKO€S have won more state Ton Litter Contests Iliaii any 3 DUKOCH dominate. ]ire.seiil-d;iy meal type market barrow U DDUOCS Ihrtvu In every ucclton o 7 All ii;iUnii.i], stuff, district Lind ecu llun fnr DDUOCS. OITli'ln) production testing I liter production, llio United Stales. ily fn!is hnvo it rovu DlJKOC sows excel In courier News Wnnt Ads. 5 'l/o^a m cacli nostril Dlirink incmbnnies. Von iircnllio easier. CnuLion: USD cmVy cadi reeled. Get NOSE DROPS J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. ' i'-" 1 , BljthcvUle, Ark. Arnazmg Fast Relief For C Bronchial Irritations Due To Colds A itnru Cii[ulitu:itimi—Coinptmrulcd | ,frotn vahialilo Cuiuulian 1'inc ]I:I|H;IIII and oilier sootjlilis lica]intr in{,'rcdi- onta Kucklors (Mmullol Jlixturo Is illfTcrciit- from unytliLn-^ you Imvc cyer trletl—all mcrtiontioii—no syrup. ••Ilurklcj-'x Arl« :i Vnjn-^ U ; To T i oascih..l'hlcgm . .• . , . 2 To E^oothp. Haw Membrnnces 3 To Make IJrc^thiiifr Easier You gnt rc-.sults T-'AHT — you feel Ilic effect INSTANTLY. Arl nt <iiH'e—Ir.v lluukli-)-'!! CANA- I1IOI, .lllxlure—loiliiy. At IIr.Kl-,-l.nvs iK ptnrcH u.f».Tyi\here-. ^ntlHr arnutct:,! or money back. BORUM'S UKUGS FOR SALE CONCRETE STOHM. SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Tlmn Briilge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culverr Co. rhonc G31 Oscenla, Ark. Dr. W. A. Taylor Veterinarian Sec At TIioiic J53 Phillips Motor Co. At Hie recent lllluols-Allssourl Vtii'iilloiinl fut liarrow .show, I'ast St. l.uuls, Illinois, the (irurnl Cli;ini|il[ni Harrow uf all breeds was 11 IHIKOC. ' You Can Buy Some of the Nation's Best Duroc Bloodlines* In Our Sale JANUARY 24, 1945 ; At Elm Grove Sale Barn, In Blythcvillc 40 Bred Gilts - - - 3 Younq Boars Mississippi County Duroc Breeders Assn. • JUST take a look through this long-range tulcicopc nnd sco vyoursclf next sprint;/ Mow's your tractor runniiij!? Wish you'd had it overhauled a few months ngu? Well, (here's still lime. Between now and the day you want to take your equipment into the field we'll make the repairs you ncctl. Our shop in loaded—it always is these days—but we'll schedule your work and get it out on time. Just tell us what needs to be done. You can be sure of this: Any job we do here is done riglu. ' Firm equipment is our business. We know it from the ground , up. .We're implement men :md that means we can take your farm tools and put them back in working onlcr. You'll find a big stock of genuine 1I1C pnrts on baud here at all times. And from now on we'll have more new McCor- mkk-Dtering equipment, too. Let us know wliat you need. Delta Implements, Inc. Blythcvillc, Ark. Published By The D«!ta Implement IV, lilylhevillf Vol. 3 Friday, .Tan. 12 No. Zl Whirl-Pool Electric Churner To fit- on your 3, 4, 5, or 6 Gallon Churn Not Necessary to liny A New Churn WEIGHS 7 POUNDS •: Rustless Dasher and Rod Churns Vi to 5 Gallons Whole Milk In 6 to 18 Minutes Will produce more butter tiian by hand churning Sanitary, Easily Cleaned. Will Give Many Years of Service A Written Guarantee Furnished With Each Churuer Price $17.50 Sold By Planters Hardware Co. Incorpor tied "The Complete Hardware Store" MODINGER-POETZ*TiRECO. W«'vls hiid quite u few humifies about the- Solution .100 ; «'c'yc .been recominemliiig for Irii'dv-i' tires.'iV.'.' Hire's Hie, cssunliiU infpr);^, niittion—this nc\v fluid for, tires Will give you 8 hours extra production out of your tnictor in eytrylifi'hours; nnd it will in-X crease the life of the lires themselves us iinidi us '10/f- . . . These figures have hecri proven in exhaustive tests. We can proh- nhly give you (ho name of some neighbor who hits this solution in his tires . . .At ;my rate, as short as equipment, Ifibor anil fires are it will be well worth your time to investigate. DI— We hail a letter from Jack Drokc, from- soinowlierc in the Soiitlnvest Pacific, asking no lo wish his friends licrc at home a happy new year. • DI • SEE... CALL... or WRITE me for your STONEVILLE COTTON SEED Swift's Red Steer and Nitrate Fertilizers . . . Also Seed Sacks ,« J. L TERRELL . Blythcvllle, Ark. Ph, 2631 U. W. Moore, of Hlythcvillc, wants to sell a couple of good used disc breaking plows tor a Farmall ftl. ; —DI In our shops this week: an F-20 for over- hiiul for W. R. Moore, of Blylhevillc; and !5 Farmall M's for overhaul, steam clean and paint for M. P. Brownlcc,. of Doll. DI . We've recently sent rear tractor tires in for a retread job for 1). I!. Abbott; farming North of Hlythcvillc, and Floyd Simpson, of Gosncll. DI New equipment deliveries of the past week include walking cultivators to Floyd Green, of Huffman, and a side delivery rake to Eddie Hagan, of 40 and 8. . —DI We s(ill can'! say too much about the importance of getting your equipment in shape for the coming year. We have the manpower now, and we can do a pretty good; job on getting parts—later on we might not be able lo give such good service on repair and overhaul jobs . . . And this-applies v to every implement dealer in the country. TANK W YOUR AUUM • OM'T •*»! It VT«<I ' HALfWAY i M» * fcW TOOAY1

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