The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 22, 1946
Page 8
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PAtiE SIX BLYTHEVlLLR (ARK.) COURlEfi NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1946 IN. IHF PROBATE COUKT OF KiSSISSIFFI COUNTV, ARKANSAS, tHICKASA^'BA DISTRICT In The Matter of the Kstate al • E. B. Boj-d, I)Ktas«l: • Notice Is hereby given that letters testamentary were granted to the undersigned "Poft trie State of E. B. on the 19th day of December, IMS, by the Probate Court 'of Mississippi . Cotthty, Arkansas, Chicknsayb.l District. All persons having claims or demands against fatd «tat« must present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned lor allowance l>cfore the end of six NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Suitable for Sawmills, Unloqdar Fans, Irriga- tion Pumps, etc. • NO PRIORITY REQUIRED ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. Prizes Offered County Farmers Agents Will Explain Derails Of Contest; Awards Total $4,000 Fanners of Mississippi County will have an opportunity again tills year -to participate in the Plant to Prosper and Livc-At-Homc program*, sponsored by Courier News and The Commi'i'clnl Appeal, and compete for prl/cs totaling $4,000. This Announcement was made this week uy County Aeenls Keith Bll- >>rcy and Cora Lee Colonmn who arc convinced this county lias many given to limners who make tin 1 hest record:; this year In living at homo, soil conservation, crop diver- sficliition HIM! home Improvement. The profii'iun is open to all farmers, both IniKiowners-nnd tenants, nnd there arc big prizes for both. Tho.';i> who would like to enter nnd try for the pri/es may obtain complete details from the county airi'nt. home demonstration agent, or Farm Security Administration supervisors. Pork Producers Wit! Find Grain Supplies Short Although Arkansas is one,of the 11 southeastern states exempt, from the pork set-aside order due to Its small production of federally inspected pork, outside supplies will l>e greatly lessened by the ordei reinstated last month, causing an in demand on Mlssisslpp County homcmukers pointed oil tlint the older was necessary to further the U. B. IJcpru'lmeiit o Agriculture's procurement of rnea for critical needs abroad. Because of Ilic unfavorable gran situation this year, swine producers will have difficulty meeting tlic demand unless they use good pas- Wrcs ahd save 20 to 25 por cent unllty of cotton piece goods, she [until Inventory of this Item Is re- tnted, now that wartime restrlc- duced to a more reasonable level, ions oh thread have been removed. To Increase the outlet of men's lihts tile CPA Is endeavoring to •educe inventories of shirts being "•Id by some manufacturers. Any ilft-mllng producer who fails to | promptly. nakc tills reduction Is directed to she pointed out. MeanWiiie, she explained, th e fabric which thesfe 'manufacturers would have received Is rerouted to others who are will 1 ng to produce shirts and ship thetft Combs of Indianapolis has a lour- ends being different so that It in-one ncckttt that proves thi- can be worn four ways. thrift of the'Scots. His son-in-law i brought him the tie from Scot-1 it is estimated that Washington, land, it has 'four different colors j D. c., houses three times as many and patterns, both sides and both i rats r.s it does humah bclluja. hull shirt manufacture delivery to new yam Is and held Four-Way Necktie INDIANAPOLIS (U.P.)^Corl M. od. To further conserve grain, she advised thai ail hogs be finished and marketed at weights not exceeding 225 pounds. She also suggested the locker plant, operators urge all customers to grow their own meat supply, so as to help relieve other available supplies for shipment abroad. Rend Courier News Want Adj. months from this date. If not so presented within such time, they will be forever barred; and those claims so presented shall be classified according to law. - ' The Co-Executors of the said estate of E. B. Boyd, Deceased, ore Prank Boyd and Edward Boyd, whose address Is Tyronza, Aikah- sas. Dated Ibis Mill day of March, 1946. Frank Boyd Ed ward floyd Executors of the Estate of E. n. Boyd, Deceased. 3!15-2'2-29 Insect Control Methods Given 3 Types Insecticides Heeded To Cope With Pests In The Garden Attehtioh FARMERS When you're sick you see a doctor. When your tooth aches you see a dentist. That is what you should do. They are experts in their lines and can properly take care of your needs. So ... when your tractor isn't up to par bring it in to our expert service men. Working with modern tools and equipment they will put it in top working condition. Do this today. A breakdown in the field will cost you money. PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. EXPERT. YOUR ALLIS-CHALMERS Dealer 122 East Main Street, BIytheYille Phone 404 In making plans for gardens this year, Charles Lincoln, University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, advised gardeners to include insect control measures In then 1 plans. The extension entomologist pointed out three types of insecticides needed to control garden pests. The first was cither lead or calcium arseiiple for the cre.v type Insects, such us potato Beetles. Next was either cryolie or barium flmisilicatc for blister beetles and other chewing insects that cannot be controlled with lend or calcium arsenate. On beans cryolite or bav- ium flousilicatu -should bu used for nil crewing insects. The third type suggested that n contact insecticide to control ap- iiids and other sucking insccls. Nicotine sulphate and rolcnone are recoinlnr/dcd, but the supply of these Is limited, when they are not available, good results can be obtained from a spray made by dissolving one pound of brown laundry soap in six gallons of water. While these three insecticides are the necessary ones, Paris green might be added to the list. This ingredient is unsurpassed as the loxlo substance ill bran baits used to" control cutworms and grasshoppers. Th c specialist pointed out that a.- suitable sprayer or duster is essential for proper application of the- Insecticides, and added that a plunger-type duster selling for less than $2 yives excellent results in a garden. Here's how —be sure to make periodic inspections . . . lubricate regularly . . . keep tires properly inflated and, above all, let our factory-trained se.rviee man give your John Deere tractor and equipment a thorough 'check-over. It will come back to you just about like hew With plenty of po\ver and pep for many additional hours of hard work. Remember, these are days of equipment shortage. "New goods are hard to get. What you have i.iiist be made to last. Come in the next time you're in town. Talk with our service man about this - complete overhaul service. You'll be pleased with the completeness.., the good work . . . the results you get. Don't delay —ask us about this service today. Missco Implement Go. Farm Woman's Column Recent, action of the CiviliiUi Production Administi atlon to increase tlie output or piece goods nnd men's shirts should make it less difficult to find clothing. Home Demonstration Agent Miss Cora Lee Coleman. recently torn Mississippi Cotmtv homcinnkers. ilio CTi\ has set nsitle CO million yards of cotton nnd 24 million y.inls of rayon cloth for th e manufacture of piece goods. The cottons will be. ginghams, prints, outings, lawns itnd orcnndies to be sold at not more than 50 cents. Rayon piece Bonds will include spuns, blends, nnd 100 per cent- filaments which will retail for no mor c than Sl-'-Ji'- Manufacturers can improve the ONLY GENUINE JOHN DEERE REPAIR PARTS "It Pays to Advertise* SCOTT ALLEY SIGNS ££ N. MnkUa 84. feED_RYDER_ ^j[ RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or model Reliable Workmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service 106 So. First St. lie Hear? BY FRRD HARMAN Here... Now... at WOODS! The New Sensational K-M AEROSOL INSECTICIDE DISPENSER Contains the fa- mous 1)I)T Formula This It the famous Ih- icct killer used ronhd the world by our armed forces. *!' i; Kills files, mosqilitos, ants, bfcd bugs, roiich-Sfc, water bug*, moths, silver fish and other inserts. FARMERS, ATTENTION Start Your Campaign for Pest Control Now! We have the proper DDT Solutions to meet every Need and Safeguard Your Stock. SEE US TODAY! WOODS DRUG STORE Where lilytheville Meets ROY WOODS — OWNERS — UAI.PH NICHOLS 211 West Main SI. I'hones 507-508 FARM LOANS - - 4 Per Cent Interest - - No Commission If yoii heed money oh your farm—for improve/ ittehts, to pay off an old mortgage, ot to pur- chase additional Land, see us for the complete fai-hi loan. By ptiiting the loan IhrouKh us, you know, before yoli sigh the application, exactly what the loan will cost you, how much the payments will run, and complete information on the pre-payment' privilege. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. 213 W. Walnuf Phone 2381 ABStftAtfS - LANDS - LOANS Published By The Delta Implement O., Blythevin* Vol. 4 Friday, March 22, 19« No. 31 I •GOOD/YEAR fx/ra Tract/on RECAPPING Spinning wheels cost you time and money! Especially Yrhen minutes count and work is heavy. Arrange now to let us recap your smooth tires with the famous self-cleaning Goodyear O-P-E-N C-E-N-T-E-R tread. You'll do more work in less time — with less fuel becttuse Sure-Grips clean themselves.. .won't pack with mud . . . give more traction. Don't take our word for ill Ask any neighbor thai has 'em. 11-36 $39.95 Here's a bulletin on the Harvester Program* March 24, 19IG: "The SOUTH—Its stirring history and tradition, and the life and music of Stephen Collins Foster—will provide the theme of "Harvest of Stars' 1 radio program Sunday, March 24th. The half-hour broadcast will lie dedicated to the Southland and to the lastini 1 ; impression made oh the nation by the wo.rk of the most beloved torn- poser tn American history." . ^—DI Better watch these "for sale" items. Something you've been looking for may be listed here today. Mrs. James B. Clark, who lives on Highway 61 South, has the following horse drawn equipment for sale, 1 wagon, 1 cultivator, 1 planter, i plow. Her telephone number is 2798. Bryan Farms at Osceola have two tractors for .sale. One F-20 on rubber with cultivator and power lift. The other is an F-30 also on. rubber with a breaking plow and power lift. We have a direct connected 14 inch breaking plow for a. Farmall B on our yardi This plo\y belongs to Will Slimier of Armorel and is.for Sale. We expect shipment soon of the new "Sizzc- Weeder" or Flame Cultivator. This machine comes for either 2 row or 4 row and burns Butane Gas. Anyone interested in this new tyjie of cultivator drop by our office for full infoVrnation. -DI- Tite average mhlprisl might he amuzecl to learn thai a tire inflated to 28 pounds pressure Was found to tohfaih Only 22 pounds pressure an hour later. Mr. Motorist might feel certain that the tube had a puncture or slow leak. He Could be wrong. According to H. E. Ammcrman, manager of Gopdyear's Service Department, this point can be proved by properly inflating a tire in a heated garage, then taking it out into zero *eathen The lire will lose pressure because .(iir, like all other gases, expands and'contracts as the atmospheric temperature rises or drops below the temperature of the air in the tube at the time the pressure reading was made in the garage. Under-inftation, regardless of cause, has always been injurious to tubes and tires. Cat- owners cannot be expected to inflate or deflate their tires with every change in temperature. All that is' required is more frequent checking, thus ensuring the longest trouble-free service. -DI- That about winds things up for llii.s week, neighbors, so until next week, so long. C00t> CONDITION PAYS.' GOOD/fEAtt 470 W. Main

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