The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 1, 1934
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-.r fcv. (' J Truman, Clark, Park ami Other Democratic Leaders Attend Rally \Wf. KICHAKD I,. HARKNESS V'i'Jjl Pfess Staff Correspondent JJEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Oct. 1 lUP) — Missouri Democrats fonn- Jfly launched a drivln» campaign today lo keep (lie'lr party in power In state politics during the next two years anrt prcpnre for another vlctorj' in 1936. . . • Political interest centered at Flat River, in Southeast Missouri, where Harry .s. Truman and other candidates made their first nvajoi • speeches in an extensive stumping tour that will end on election eve November 5. The Plat River rally wa-s a meeting of Democrats large and Democrate small. U. S. Senator Bennett champ i Clark was there, along with Gov- •«ttor Park, James P. Avlward, s' 2 "*, ^fiiairmaii; slate officials, judges of the state supreme court' Politicians . prepared for a crowd of 30,000,. exuectlng. to draw voters from the whole • southern ixjrtiou of the slate. A parade . v,'ns -scheduled for 11 o'clock this' morning, then a big free lunch of barbecue meal, with an afternoon of speech-making in which Truman, Lloyd King, nominee for school sunerlntendent, and Ell other candidates will sound this vear's Democratic compaign cry—"Follow Roosevelt." This year's election; is an important one for the .Democrats. And the Republicans tod. Both parties wlli be fighting for their political lives. The Democrats must..solidity the Kains Ihev made in the Roosevel- llan landslide- two vpars ayo, and pave the way by close narly organization and harmonv for n in-' tional and state victory again In 1936. .......:. The Republicans, .whipping together ,<ome semblance of strength after the cbmpletelv devastating defeat they suffered under the leadership •.'•"oj ' President.' Hoover, • must make a creditable, showing or BO into 'semi-permanent discard as far as Missouri politics 1 -Is conern- cd. '....: " "" ' Truman's .sceech today opened five : weeks . of barnstorming in every .Bounty'.'.insthe';stafe ; : before ' jhe November'•• 6 /Balloting; Hls'op- ppnent, : .-.Sen.--Rdscoe C. Patterson, the ' trie ii inherit. plans :, ; intensive Clear Street for Lindbergh ... BLYIBEVIIJLB, (AJUL) COURIER NEWS Twenty Communities Rep- vcscutccf a I Harris Park Gathering Twenty Mississippi county, communities were represented at llin rest camn, sponsored by tlie cou»- | ty council of home demonstration clubs, Thursday and Friday at Harris Park, south of Ilic city, flute were 63 present, The women look their supix;r for Thursday and Hie first program Included games and club discussions. One Die second (lay nil the women nsststc lei preparing dinner and In the afternoon there were exhibits of the work done by various clubs including n Jiumlicr of quilts, buskels and canned goods. Games, singing contests and bingo .grimes were also '|j)ayc!i will) these winning bingo Brines: Mrs. J. \V. Fields Mrs. Euth Davis. Mrs. Waiter Wood Mrs. Charles Woodruff, M Us Ruby Woodruff, Mrs. D. Oarrett, Mrs. T. \,S . r ' JIn> M . Mabel Jordan Needham, Mrs. S. ao(T. Mrs. luiuhio perry, Mrs , !flt . Recce, Mrs. rtubye Blvcns. Mrs Slaggs, M ib j \y Tally J ''• Huik Mi» K 1, 1C- Mis iimaul Ilowcti, MIS, R c ,, iu!is , I|1||KM Jollllf. I'erry won Mrs. lluithii- >»<>'>t i; inn s "she olhi'r prize. In ,i bi.Mnew 0"i bi MIJ, \v... "out, it \\.is voted of $5 on Hie mis Because Mrs score -In merlin?, prcblded , W o«l 1)IoM . lo pay n debt yl , llr book [rom e m0 | U ... ma , 0 "> l».t HHa, .l!c- bo,, o loot g.n "' 11 ' ls M < mlamo . cUb fo, M , 1)|lor whcn wm b> , )im . p |, Sl( | Wl , lhus> ,ui! be e lun ' pi I,,. tt<>m ,„ lhc 9' Ilrlus (inn ( „ AI|>| , C SANDUbKV. O -Ul'.-IH Pencc «)*•« ow Civil Wn „!«!„,, u' lils own niitomuWlo, uiiac- cominniul wlun lie cmne heie In vLsIt Mvcrul comrndcs at Ilic Oliio Soldlw.s nnd bailors' home His, home is in St. Paris, o lawyer, SOO'Sjxun cedes Louisiana- to France. elected Tresidenb of Mexico as rival fac« tiofis couni: V>u.'lleb boxes, Mrs. Lena Rigby Dunne Dies at Daughter's Home SinilLl' Mo —Mib Ix}iia High) niiinio, IH, died al noon SaUmlay nl- the .1 -jiiie of her daughter, Mrs. !.:.;:;wcll. Services were held Sunday nflcmoon ul Uio church of CliiM Mrs. Dunne- wii.s the daughter of inpl, iamts HlKby, a soldier on the Confederiiio army. Slie came from Arkunsas about 20 years OAlCVfLLE. Wash. (UPJ-aeofge WlienUm, furnicr, raised a rhulmrb plant Hint, oulsluidcs trots. The ciic'innfercncc of Its leaf Is 23 feet, The slalk mo»surcn 6 1-2 Indies around. PAGE THREE Here ICO, Mrs. Dime's llrst marriage was o liobeil If a Spioule, \\ho (llcil iboul 20 years nno. To (his union ix children were born, of wliom our died In liifnncy. Two yours iticr Mr. S|>roule'.s dciilh was nmr- •l«:il (o Jmw.s l.ce Dunne, nl, SUP- CMS, rtrk,. Mr. Dunne wn's accl- h'lilally killed lit K\ I'nso, Tex,, In 1915 Surviving hoi- arc two daughters. MM. Dora May Maxwell and Mrs '. SI Lottie HJnchey, ol steelc.i three brothers, John Rlgby, Loulwliie. Ky., Mittt Rlgbj-, st LOUIS, MO . and Clcvo Ulgby, Tun-ell, Aik, and ' two grandchildren' <'orn I'OJK <)n Stalk In Fall* ' CONNEAUT, O. (UP)—Duilnc' imxlcinte early fall nenlhcr h«e,' iwpcoin popped on tile stalk Ait C. C. BcniifUs (nun ' t-cuTriufiii pulled ovei wucte the lie iioin, nnully icasonid It \i cd Tioni cummer. lonsiipatipti ' adarhM, /; Sleep, Pimply Bkin. K «t 'relict with ADIiRlKA ough ncllon. >ct gentle,, ADLERIKA City UIIIB (Store ar-i Klrby Bros Drug Co ' ' ^-^cfv. Nn» lo<akd at SoulliCJ'U Curlier Walnut, a nil Sfiond ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON KnWAKDS, Proprietor ,' til nuikrsdf rrliullt IjpenrllerS, Wiiins MaUiliif, and Calf illit 71 [lundrcds of ]»llceincn were assigned to the task of keeping Walton' Avenue, New York, In the vicinity ot the Bronx county building, free I of traffic and crowds that might embarrass Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh and .make difficult his arrival lo tr-.stify before the grand Jury In the Hauptmann investigation. This picture Illustrates how v.eli the police performed their duty. \ Chicago Corn \open high ' low close Dec m 1-2 78 5-8 16 5-8 70 0-1 May yg 1-8 80 !-'•> 78 1-2 IS 1-! • After" the -cheers and hamlclap- • pirns of today's rally, Truman will ,. strike Vout Into the 'country! appearing- hv,.Madison, ..Butter ...and two - other/'counties ; tomorrow : for five speeches.... Plat River .was chosen as the Dec May Chicago Wheat oprt Caruthersvillc had been nominated by many as a likely candidate for southeast, Missouri's Lit- i tie Eight conference honors. The 1933 consumption ot"tin in the world totaled 129,000 long loiib -- high low 10K\4 102 5^8 100 102141 1027-8 1001- close 100 1001-4 ^niig; •Ineligible; -• > Reason\For Ruling Is Unknown Here Local -football(inns were '.tin the 7 ,--* ineligiblli;\ fonri ...<. U H M ,, and - st' the University' o( : J Ball ••tearn'JSalu'r'cTat'^' .. Press dispatches essee-cVntral" game. . the Volunteers, slated\Wefly that Craig lia'd . been dcclaM .ineli s ible shortly before . game tin\ but offered up reason for tli& tillin. scene of the first big fall rally as ' Relatives'-'.ricroi were .a. Democratic, gesture to Southeast I'' 1 '- 5 to explain Craip's ...„ Missouri for forgetiing Intro-party bllt believed it ivould-prav strife, and'backing Trumaivin lliel™ 1 " '" """' "' " .primary against John .1. Cochran Crf SI. Louis, nnd Jacob L. Milligan, of Richmond. onlv lemporary. It was stq. „ jCraiT had some laborato'rS'work !lo hake up in one subject luring 'he Fiimmcr 'but'it was-; prtimed that the Vol fullback had conVTet; eel the work before SaUVfav's game. It-is believed that'a'XL S understanding as to the mimjbV-Lf Imurs 1 work required resnlling\ n ^rnip being, temporarily 'dLsqim\- (led but. lhat he will gel IrA game-i the remainder of the yeVI J ; T. 'Oraig, Pelc's younger br'c! licr and a sophomore candidate for the Vol team, was put out Ihe season when a 'ruptured pendix required an emergency op-'i erntion. 'i Markets New York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 1. (UP)—Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close Oct. 1235 1235.1225 1221b Dec 1245 1245 1230 1230 Jan 1247 1241 1235 1235 Mar. J2S7 1257 1242 1243 May 1264 1264 1250 1250 July 1270 1270 1255 1250 Spots closed steady at 1250, off 20. New NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 1. Weak. foreign markets, easier ster- i Friday. The"~scorTwy FitTo line and larger crop forecasts push-j Tnc e!lrn(! was scoreless lm(i j t , ed cotton prices down $1 a bale on.fourth quarter when tlie Shawnee """ New Orleans exchange t<xlay. jieam used straight p!ay s io "m« Quick Relief forj Chills and Fever and Other Effect* of Malaria! i 'Don't pin up w;ih the suffering .of Malaria—the lEeth-chatlcrlna chills and the burning fever. Gel, rid' of Malaria by getting the in-| . . .lection out of your system. Thai's I "f' I u ' !lat Glovc ' s Tnstelcss Chill Tome " does—destroys and drives out the infection. At the same time, it builds up your system against further attack. Grove's . Tastelojs Chill Tonic contains tnslelesS (jtiinine ivliicli kills the infection in the blood. H- ftlso contains iron which builds lip the blond nnd helps it overcame Ihe elfcct^ of Malaria as wi:ll as .fortify against re-infcc tiin. These arc the cITccts you ivr.nt for,COMPLETE relief. Grove o Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant to Hake and absolutely safe, even for children. No bitter taste of quinine. Gel n bottle today and forearmed ngalnsL Malaria. Foi rule .'Blylheyille fullback . of ixnessqe foot- tfernoori.""'"" [ ,\ the Tenn-1 'iti 'easily by .. nt all drug stores. Now two sizt?—50c and SI. The $1 size contains 2',4 times as much as the 50c size and fives you 2K. main for your money. —Adv. 10 Shawnee Defeats Hushes by One Touchdown Margin .lull 55 You Arc Invileil T.> Lislcn To Tlie Oct.'. Dec. . Jan. . Mar. l. May . July open hlgli low close Hughes goal line Rain fell 1243 1255 1262 1266 1243 1255 1262 1261 1235 1240 1247 1255 1235 1240 1247 1255 Spols closed steady at 1260, off 21. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Oct. I. '(UP)— Prices broke one to more than three points on the stock exchange today, the decline more than wiping out all tlie small gains made last week. Principal tncenllvc for selling was said to be the president's speech which was disappointing to Wall street. A. T. and T. 103 1-2 Anaconda Copper 11 Beth. Steel ;.. 26 7-8 Chrysler .....'.. 32 3-8 Cities fn^'ice 17-8 Coca Cola-............ 130 Gen. Am. Tank 327-8 Gen. Electric 177-8 Gen. Motors 283-8 Int, Harvester 291-2 Montgomery Ward 55 3-4 N. Y. Central 21 1-4 P»ck»rd 33-4 Phillips pet 15 1-2 Radio 55-8 almmofis Beds 71-2 Standard o IN. J 42 7-8 - ftfts Co. .,.:. ..... 23 U. S. Steel •;,.'."...:.-..; 32 1-1 • U. ». WMltlht ....,.,: lli l-l Caruthersville Loses To Portageville, 20-6 bowled over by a surprisingly strong eleven from PorUigcville here Fritiay by a score of 20 to C CARUTHEUSVILLE, Mo Caruthe.rsvillt: high school - The team Help Kidneys • If poorly foBctfoninjc Kidnmra mni Bladder ia*lte you lurTer from Oetti (4 Up Nights. Nerrousneav, KheumAtte I'alna. Stiffiw«». Hurninif, Sm»rUfl|t, ICcMng. or AcHUy try th« Ru*t-&nt«!«d Doctor's I*r*?crip traa Cyat*x (SJ«*>tezl —Mu«t fix you op FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT, ' WORLD SERIES \; -«. Philips Motor Go, A"Vipri/cil Korti Dealer .2^0 B. Mitin Si. Kbthcvillc, Ark. r !'lic lji-oa(U\sl will come direct from tfo two ball parks over Llie .C<j\\ m bi R and N. 13 U systems ;t^l arc sponsoreil Coiii|),-i!iy PURB\ Chilled By PrlgidJ Safe •• Sanitnrt Pint - 7c Q«»rt CRAIGS DAIRY Phone 74 \ if m , , '!';,,'> ies;terfiel(Is ; tas < ) *- ' > Ripfe'li6me-ei'owii tobaccos ' W ^ > •• ^ ^ ^y. 1 ,>*.,'< light "\Vc begin with 'the kinds of mild ripe Doincsttc tobaccos. '1 lien we ngc and mellow tlie'm like ntre wines for flavor nnd taste. ^o' lurkish tobacc^i , Next we add just the right kinds and the right amounts of Turkish tobaccos to give Chesterfield the "seasoning" that helps to make them taste better. », v - <-•-,<^^^ \ \ ^ s x , j^,'-- Blended and cross-blc&dcd Finally we "weld" tlicsc tobaccos together the Chcst- crfickl way—diiTercnt from any oihcr—to nnkc Chcstcr- fielci a milder belter-tasting cigarette. SAT 111! DAY STUKCKCOLD KOSTI-.I.ANF.T2 OnCIIESTRA AMI C1IOUCS 8 P. JI. (C. S.T.)-COLt!JIBIA good things, to matie gogd*t1iings ... fk-i substituted/or mild ripe i ' x > ^U "•* , V h" •*• no ,•?' i .-}. j--. .***!* It- .

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