*J ''PAGE c SECTION ni/YTHBVILLB, .(ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY/JULY 1, 1936 Blytheville, nine years out of ten, is the biggest cotton concentration point in Arkansas, Its compress warehouses, 126,000 bales capacity, are fully protected by automatic sprinklers, which give them a Class B, insurance rating. It is one of three towns in Arkansas maintaining a continuous, all-year market wire service on all commodities. )'..•," The more than forty members of the Blytheville Board of Trade, representing practically all of the important cotton buying organizations of the world, handle annually from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000 Worth of cotton, maintaining a broad anff^active cotton market here at all times. this advertisement paid for by the following members of the Blytheville Board of Trade CLAYTON & CO. HIGHFILL COTTON CO. . I. Osbornc MEYER BROS. WEIL BROS. H. mghfill B. L. Wilson A. R. WETTENKAMP J.F.LENTI B. G. WEST C. C. PARTEE Mall Monayhan jr. LOUIS APPLEBAUM Blytheville Cotton Oil Co. n T\ r E. B. Lyman Federal Compress & Warehouse Co.
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