The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1951 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 28, 1951
Page 8
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JfLTTSfTILVS FARM NEWS Not Much Expense Involved in Placing Cotton in CCC Loan Cost of placing cotton In the government loan Is a very small Item of expense to the farmer, according to J. L Wrlcrht, Chairman of the St,i*« Committee of the production and Marketing Administration. ' Entire cost to the farmer Is a tznalt fee to the clerk who executes the loan papers plus a small ser- vlcs charge by the warehouse. The f« for executing loan papers Is determined by the number of bales of cotton on the note. Only cotton of the same grade •nd staple may b« planed on one note. 1 Fees for executing loan papers arc as follows: One bale, 25 cents; tKty to sis bales, 2i cent* plus 15 cents for each bale over one; eeven to 18 bales, SI plus 10 cents for each bale over six; 19 bales ind over, &2.2Q plus 6 cents for each bale over 18, No deduction may be mad* from the loan proceeds by the lending •gency as a charge for handling ttie loan documents except the authorized clerk's fee in case An •mploye of the lending agency ha* executed th« Clerk's certificate on the loan form. The lending agency shall not make any deduction for Interest, commi.wLon, exchange or other charges from the amount of «iy loan. Warehouse storage charges from ttia data of the warehouse receipts art charged against tht cotton and tht producer la not required to pay any of the,<e charges when the cotton is placed in the warehouse. The warehouse li pmnUlrd to make the name service charge against loan cotton that Is spnci- flrd !n his tariff and in addition may make a charge not to exeoert 35 ccnU per bain lor transmitting samples to the designated classing office, postaRe, verifying anti guaranteeing the correctness of the in- 'ormntlon contained in (he schedule of the pletleed cottnn 'on the cotton loan notft) and excrul \n% loan papers If such char«p.s arn Includ- i In the wjirehouisemrm's tariff. If th« cotton Is not Smith-Doxcy cotton from a one-variety pin, the warehouseman also rollprr-s n cia?s- Ing fee nf 2fi cents por bale which is paid t/> the classing office. Thrre no classing foe /or Smlth-Doxey "Green card" cott-on. Service lees and clawing fres where applicable cannot follow lonn cotton and are usually collected from the producer at the time he place. 1 ; his cotton In the warehouse. For mont warehouse* In the State the regular service fee Is 55 cents per hale and additional fe« on loan cotton Is 25 cents per bale making _ total of M cent* per bale. On "White card" cotton which is not ginned at n one-variety gin there is an additional fee of 25 cent* for GOOD PLUMBING DOM Your Family H«v« It? D* »H ettjef UK annrtnicrcc of hot water »t th« sink, lavatory •nd toh mid the pleasure ef lit- •xwr tottet 10% Down utd Hi* balance monthly or in innM! faH ptrinenti riiow ROW •M% we can eqaip your horn* wltk modern plumbing or heat- tat*. Act now while Iquipmcnt li Availablel E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Phone 4551 Blyrheville, Ark. AND REVIEW THIS IS JJn.MO ON THE HOOK—A live-year- old Hereford Dull, "Biica Prince Domino 20th", Is told Tor a record price of $37,500 at tlie Bnca Grant Ranch dispersal 5a]e at Gunnison, Colo, Lf ft to right: A. H, Karpo, Bakersfield. Collf,, who bought the bull; Mrs. Alfred Collins, whose late husband built up the Baca Grant .herd; Billy Hutchlnson of th« Baca C7rant Rach, and Herdsman Mitchell Munis. (AP Wirephoto). J Tired Shade Tree Responds Nicely To Autumn Snack Some frees get so depleted after ;- hot, enervating Summer that they shed their leaves weeks before their stronger cousins- If the foliage drop is siiperhouvy while others of the species k«ep their kaly mantles, chances are your tre« could stand Eoma extra vitamins. Lnwrt trees are grateful lor F»ll feeding. According bo Urban Ij. from, Held representative of the Davey Tree Expert Co., bhf mnln purpose of offering the late seasonal horB ri'oeuvres to tree friend* IK to help them store up energy for next growing season. This i« what happens when our landscape inhabitants enjoy the late seRsrmnl snack o( ft special /ood high in nitrogen content: Root growth Is stimulated. Naturally, growing vigor gains by this. In addition, the more efficient and enlarged root system enables the roots to absorb whatever moisture there Is In the soil. Therefore, there's 1 e s 6 likelihood of minor drought seriously affecting arboreal health. : . . Tree food Is also excellent for your lawn because of Its high nitrogen content. On the other hand, don't settle for Just a lawn .fertilizer and feel it \vjll do for your shade trees, ns well. Feeding roots reach down deep. Your lawn will gulp (he nutrients and little. If any, will get to the root system. 2,940,000 Chicks Produced in State Commercial hatcheries In Arkansas produced 2,040,000 chlcXs during August, aji Increase of 35 ler cent over August of 1950, according to the Federal-State Crop Reporting Service. A total of 33,632,000 chicks were produced by the state's commercial hatcheries from January through Aueuat this year, an increase of 28 per cent over th« samo period lest year. Fart Cheater* MONTREAL, Wt—A useful matdm for tramway employee* given here by Ivan Sheehan, director of in- vestigation for the* Montreal Trans, portation Commission, U "be polite lo everybody hut trust nobody." He said 171 persons were brought to cotift last- year (or failing to pa> their fares .and all were convicted except two. L. Hutchison. Dated thi« 18 day o! September. 1951. i Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magee. D. C. O r. Cooper, atty. (or ptf. { I Gene E. Bradley, atty. ad lilem. ! 9[14-21-2li-10'5l Real Estate LOANS • Commercial • Residential • Farm Best Service—Best Terms TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut IMione 2381 Weekly Chick Placement Up Hatcherle* and dealers placed 818,000 broiler chicks In the northwest area during the xeek ending Sept. 23, *ccordin? to th« Arkansas op Reporting Service. Thla is «n of 10 per e*nt over the preceding week. Of the total placement*. 417,000 chicks were hatched in the area Rnrt 399.000 came from other state. 1 ;, s set during (he week were do\vn Tour per cent from the previ- week. We Now Have Complete Stock of Led«rl« Scrumi and Virus. Set us for your livestock n««dt. Syringe* Furnished KIRBY DRUG 2nd. A Main WARNING ORDER In the Chincer? Court, Chicka- sawb> nitlrltt, MlMlsslppi Countj, Arkanus, W. R, Nation*, Ptf. vs. No. 11,807 Maude Nations. Dft. Tile defendant. Maude Nations. IK hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In] the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, w. R. Nation*. Dated thlj 13 day of September, 1951. | Harvey Morris. Clerk [ By Ruth Magee. D. O. C. T. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Gene E. Bradley, atty. ad lltem. 8|H-21-28-10;5 Dusting — Spraying Call us for FREE Inspection and USI1A recommendation* on »ny type Insect problem. Approved Flight Training School Charter Sal«i Service BLYTHEVILLE FLYING SERVICE Phone 2717 — Municipal Airport — Night Phorn "Dependable Service" WAHNFNCJ Tn the C'lunccr.r Court. Ctilcka- sawbn PMrtrt, Mississippi Couhly,' Arkansas. , Robert L. HutchUnn. Ptf. ! vs. No. 10,650 i Irene Hutchison. DIt, | The defendant, Irene Hutchison, j Is hereby warned to appear within; thirty days In the court named In i the caplinn hereof and answer the! complaint of the plaintiff. Robert^ 8,800 SIASHIM WWSA JOHN DEERE No. 5 STALK CUTTER Restore tumuj . i. destroy corn borere . .t prepare fields for good, clean plowing—do «U these profit-boosting jobs speedily, economically, and efficiently with a John Deere No. 5 Stalk Cutter. Each minute, 8,800 whirlwind blows not Only cut but shred and spread two rows of rialks—assuring even distribution for rapid decomposition after plowing. There's hardly a stalk too wet or big to withstand Ine powerful No. 5. With the No. 5 you can cut stalks any timo between harvest and spring work. Stop in soon and see these important features that make the No. 5 your best buy for stalk cutting: smooth, V-boll drives; close-coupled design; compact, rugged construction; long-lived bearings; and double- life, reTsnsibla blades. MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. South Highway 61 Blytheville Purina's New Complete Ratiion Plans help get MORE EGGS from MODERN HENS (than last year's plan) Most modern hens are lired to lay lots of eggs—2DO lo 2r>() a year. Yot niaqy. ninny hens are not laying even near their lirecl-in caiucily because of poor ration. .Many ponltrymcn art jrciliiiK mote of these eggs with the help of one of these feeding plans. 1. Purina Layena Checker-Bits—fed in open hoppers at all times. 2. Purina Layena Mash—fed in open hoppers at all limes. Top feed I'urina Layena Checkers two or more times daily. 3. When pullets arc mm ing into production or in cases of unsatisfactory production or poor body condition, top feed new Purina Poultry Booster Checkers in place of Layena Checkers. " Ask us for full details on how one of these plans may fit your needs. IK. ASHCRAFT CO, Railroad & Cherry Phone 4493 TAXPAYERS NOTICE! OCTOBER 1 is last day for payment of 1950 County Tax on Real Estate without penalty and, also, final date for pay- mentof 1951 Poll Tax. Personal and Drainage Taxes are also due and payable. Under Section 1 of Act 480 of the 1949 Legislature, "payment of the Poll Tax must be made to the County Collector, or his authorized deputy by the person named in the recepit, or by the husband, wife, son, daughter, sister, brother, father, or mother of such person. Payment of the Poll Tax may be made by remitting the payment to the County Collector by United States Mail." If payment of the Poll Tax is made by mail, sender should give the name of the person to \vhom the receipt is to be issued, relationship to the sender (if remittance is made for a person other than the sender), color or race, residence, post office address (if different from residence), name or number of school district, ward number (if resident of city) or name of township (if rural resident). Payment for Poll Tax must be RECEIVED in the Collector's office by OCTOBER 1. William Berryman SHERIFF and COLLECTOR MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARK.

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