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MONDAY, OCTOBER 0. 1930 BLYTHRVIUiE. (ARK.) COURIER -NF5WS A Presidential Kiss (Continued from page one) Moore batted for Earnshaw and walked, filling the liases. Bishop grounded lo BoUomley. forcing Haa.s at, ilie plate. Dykes grounded lo Oelbeft. iorcing Bishop al sec ond. No runs, two hits, no errors CAHDINALS—Douthit popped Ic Blsl:op. Giove now pitching for Athletics. Adams grounded out.. J Fiisch tingled. BoUomley fanned, r'o runs, cne hit, no errors. | Ninth Inning , | ATHLETICS—Cochrane walked. £hmnom (lied to Gelbcrt. Poxx hit u liomt run, serins Cx-hniK ahead of him. Miller .struck OIK. Dims grounded out. Two runs, one hit, no errors. CV-RDINAkS—Httfey popped l-j I Cochrane. Blades walked. Wilson I ^pounded oul. Blades taking- s:ee- ond the play. Gelbert fanned. No ri:iis, no hits, no errors. Second Fire in Three Days at Hayti Gin HAYTI. Mo.—A fun Saturday ui the ccttou storehouse at Kohu's Custom GIn, 1 the-second In three duy.s, damaged the building and 100,000 pounds of cotton stored in K for a total loss estimated close to' - »5,000. ... .AC sinJlar fire earlier in the U'eek damaged 5D.OOO pounds of coiton. Total loss-to cotton and '.he building liitbe'tw fires is placed at- be- iwt,?n W.OOO and-*7,000. KQhn brothers, owners ol the gin, suffered a heavy loss several monthi. ago when their store and office building burned. u-r; 2nd, Mrs. M. D. Heed, Ixwhvllle. : Ones! lowcl colored—1st. Mrs. Clias. Mi-ainlcl, Uixora; 2nd, Mrs. I.. Decimal), city. M .spread colored—1st, Mrs. Snm Uowcn, Luxorn; 2nd. Mr.-i. Etlirt Kcdford, city. Huicy pillow- colored—1st, Mi-i. N. P. Moore, city; 2nd, Mm. L. O frl}. Le-chvllle. : Quilts Oldest unlit—1st. Mrs. Louli Spaim. Luxora; 111 yrs. old; 2nd, Mrs. N. w. Uln.luun. nt. 1. !(« yis. old; 3rd. Mrs John Tully Tomato. 100 yrs. old. Woolen woven coverlet—1st, Mrs. J. A. Base. 1U. 1 Manila; 2nd. M«. A. C. McMasters. Manila; 3rd, Mis. A. S. Dean. Ynrbro. Cotton pieced—1st, Mrs. A. Smlili city; 2nd. Martha Copelund. city. Cu'.'.on applique—1st, Mrs, B. C. Pauon, lilytliovlllc; 2nd, Mrs, Ver> Stilkvcll, city. ' Wool pieced—2nd, Mrs. Anna Teni 1 . Luxora. .Silk pieced coverlet—1st. Mrs. Hoy Anderson, Blytlieville; 2nd. Mi.s. Will Wood, Luxora; 3rd, Mr*. E. A. Usher. The president greets the first lady of the land! This picture, snapped as President, Hoover's special train pulled into the Pennsylvania station in Cleveland. s:iows the prciidcnl y::-eflii2 Mr.5. Hcover with a kiss. Mis. Hoover met the pesidtm in Cleveland after auending the dr! Stoul.s' comentlcui.lii Indianapolis. Couiity Fair Winners $9,000 Loss at Holla nil HOLLAND, Mo.—A cotton house at thfi Edwards gin here was destroyed by fire late Thursday alt- erncn with a loss in building and cotton ol approximately $9.000. The gin will not cease operations as. a nev,- cottcn house is nearly completed. KILLED ftl Mrs. A. Smith, city; 2nd. Mrs. Lylc Boyd, city. | infant's sacque hand made—1st, Mi-s. Burr. Wilson; 2nd, Mrs. Dob! yns, city. Inflint's pillow hand made—1st. Oiied Fruits, Vegetables |E. Lynch, Nodena; 2nd, Mrs. L. G. Mrs- Ben Cooper, city; 2nd, Mrs. - • - • - Wilson. Plain white cake loal—1st, Mrs. i Infant's boots, hand made—1st, Eugene Dickerson, Rt. 1; 2nd. Mrs. i Mrs. H. K. Dean, Yarbro; 2i!d. Apples—1st, Mrs. H. C.. Dew; O. W. Barium, city. 'Mrs. Beulati Neol, city, Bx. 994. 2nd. Mrs. W. w. Melton. Sliawnce. i Sponge cake—1st. M!M Jennie! Complete layette—1st. Mrs. Burr. Wilson; 2nd, Mrs. Ben Cooper, Peaches--1st, Mrs. 13. M. How-! Lee Lacey, Leachv'ille; 2nd, Mrs. ard, L°achville; 2nd. Miss Pierce, Sh.-nvnee. Okra—1st, Mrs. P, B. Jarrstt. Corn—ht. Mrs. A. Smith, city Pickies Ruth ; Mack Krutz,' Rt. 1. Layer cake—1st, Mrs. Eugens Dickerson. HI. 1; 2nd, Mrs. Paul Uryans, Rt. 1. Plate assorted oik-es—1st, Mrs. O. P. Fender; 2nd, Burdette 4-H club; 3rd, Mrs. Ben Aycock. Angel food cake—1st, Mrs. Eas- city. Embroidery Dixie relish—1st, Woods; 2nd, Mrs. Bob Poit'o-i Manila. ley, Yarbro; Mrs. Walter Crooki Rl- 2nd. Mrs. 2; 3rd, Mrs. Vanity set. 3 pieces—1st, Shawnee school; 2nd, Mrs. Bob Copeland, city. Lucas ! Luncheon set—1st, Mrs. H. C. Dew. LeachviUi; 2nd, Mrs. John P. Miscdtaneout loiiii' made .wap—1st, Mrs. II. C. IX-w, I.eaehvllle; Mrs. Jim Grain, Maniln. lira quart kraut—1st. Mrs. I'eiul Hill; 2nd, Mrs^ Waller Wood, I.ux- ora. Best cottage clieesc—1st, Mrs. J. K. H-ampson, Nodena;" 2nd, Mrs. . O. nyerley, Lcachvllle. Best hrd—1st, Mrs. Will Howard, Liucra;,2nd, P. B. Jarrett, HI. 2, imm nnd Miss Orncc Johnson visited In Cape Glrardftui TiiMdny und Wednesday. 1-Jirl Flnlcy of Kcmv>U visited friends liere the first pnrl of Ihc week. Hufus Miitljhews. Hoy Laslfy on<l Winllok llrnnniini luotorcd lo I'arn- sould Tuesday eveninif. Mr. and Mrs. John K';rren. Mghlci 1 linogene nnd son Donald, vlslleil nt Paragoiild lost Monday cvenlni'. Vernun Ray had business in Joni'slwro Tuesday. Alvln Slfford hnd biislne.s.s In I'luufiould Tuesday. W. D. 'nituin and dnualitcr Htiby had busine.-.s in Paragould Wed- H?.«l»y. Alvlc llnrkcs, of Fort Lyons, Colorado, is vlslliii(! relatives here. CKll liurchnni returned to Flint, Michigan, Friday. lioin. Sept. 2tt, lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Hcssimm, a son. A. Urnbcr of Si, Ix)uls is visiting Ills sons, Joe und Max, here. II. D. Meadows ami eon. H, A., hnw returned from a vlsll with rclullvif, at Hnrdy, Arkansas. Oilunil Jonra nnd Emmett I.oclc- nrd hud buslne.ss In Jonesboro Tiiestlay. Mr. mill Mrs. n. J. Bishop nnd .'.ons, mid Mrs. Margaret Mayo and son visited in Paragould Tuesday. Mn,. A. I). Parker and Mrs. M. Hlshcy hud business tn Jonesboro Friday. Mrs J. c. Johnson and Mrs. H. D. Meadows visited relatives at Parngtnild. Tiiestluy. Born, Sepi. 28, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Greenwood, two sons. Mr. and Mrs. C F. Woods of PAOR TIIR'ER- Cardwell News Notes Hunter Chocohte candy—Is'., Miss Loi5 : Armstrcns, Manila. Pepper hash-lst, Mrs. U. W. Fields Rt. 3; 2nd, Mrs. C. J. Lit- Luncheon set, wliile—1st Mrs J .Tiillincnif i t>>1iif4^.r-~->r T.U., .ji_ *". _i - -,-, ~. __' _.. ** j • "w v. , . .. . . Mullins, city; 2nd. Mrs. R. L. John- i lie, Armorel. son. Shawuee; 3rd, Mrs. n. L. I Wiiite candy— 1st, Mrs. Marslla11 - ' Bryans, Yarbro; 2nd. Mrs. Cucumber sweet pickle— 1st. Mrs. • Harvey Htggins and Miss Edna Wacie, both of Leachvllle, were married Monday evening by Justice Long. Mrs. A. J. Rlchler entertained with a party Tuesday afternoon, the occasion being the fifth birth- da v of her ton, JMk. Mrs. E. H. Williams hns returned from Hot Springs, where she has been (or some time. W. H. Lcckard, Worshipful Master of Cnrdwell Lodge No. 231, A. F. & A. M., left Monday for Kansas City at attend the Missouri Grand Lodge. A. F. i A. M., which convened there on Tuesday. Mrs. A. R. Flippin and daughter, Mary Lois; Mrs- Beckie Ij)u Gor- II. Sjr.ari, 1122 Main Pan! Shawncc school. Paul: Linen lablcclotn arid napkins— : 1st, Mis. Eugene Dickerson. Efline Huey, lit. 3;'2nd. Miss Alice ! Assorted candy—1st. Mrs. L. H. i Sheet mid pillow cases, white- Marshall. Rt. 2, ' Autry, Rt. 2; 2nd, Mrs. R. R. Ho- 1st. Shamiee .school; 2nd, Wilson. """ """ Pillow cases--1st, Mrs. Eugene 2nd, 'Mrs. Ellcheon, Hits Auto; John ; Hunter Killed and N. C. " Connelly Injured. dohh Hunter, 40 year old timbor worker who formerly lived, in this city, was killed and N. C. Connelly, al.sp of this city and a - Chicago Mill timber- foreman, was injured when their car. was struck by a. work train at a Cotton Belt grade crrssing ii^ar Caraway Saturday afternoon.; '. Hunter's body was thrown beneath the train and horribly mangled, reiulting.in -instant.death while Connelly remained in the car which was carried some distant? by the train,' and escaped with two broken ribs arid several bruises. Connelly was carried to St. Bernard's hospital at Jonesboro wl>ere his wife is at his bedside. He was driving the car at the time of the accident. Hunter lived here about four years ago but moved to Missouri. He returned here several days ago and was riding with Connelly apparently to seek a job in timber camps near Caraway when the accident occurred. He is believed to be survived by a son. Funeral arrangements are not known. Hot Springs Boys End Long Motorboat Ride HOT SPRINGS, Oct. 6. (UP) — Ernte H1U and Clifford Hump ended their motorboat refueling en- dumnce test, here late yesterday on Lake Catherine after GOO hours and H minutes continuous running hi the boat KTHS. shattering (he previous record held by Joe Logan and M. ,L. Trammell, Atlanta sportsmen. They will receive 42.000 prize offered by the Outboard Motors corporation. No New Typhoid Cases Reported in Blytheville There have been no new cases of typhoid fever In Blytheville reported to the county health unit in a week, according to Dr. Woshtum. There were 230 residents of Ms city who took the Inoculations Saturday. Warnings have been issued for diphtheria as there are several cases scattered over the county. This is the season for this disease and Dr. Washbiirn Is urging all young children to be given the toxin"antitoxin. Sour cucumber nicJde—1st Lois, s!1 i!' Hall. Ri 2; 2nd, Alice Marshall Rt ' ArCaramci «ndy-lsl, Mrs. N. P. Dickerson 2; 3rd,-Mrs. Erltne Huey Moore - clts ' ; 2nU ' Mrs - Bill.'Kinj,, Yarbro. Sweet pickles mixea—1st. Li!y Manlla - ! Ciuesl towel—1st, Harshman, Tomato; 2nd, Mrs. Henry Young, Ht. 1; 3rd, Mrs. Mag2ie Ledbetter. Chili sauce -1st. Mrs. Dr. Ho\v- i Mrs. E. A. Clothing Pile Sufferers You can only get quick and per- vnfn-t.t -r, •) -i .» . m "" i ...[-.-.. u,, ....o. .,. .VA. i mane tit. rcliof by removing- the K &yL^^.. A ^™Z-?™*r* K ™K-™.XT* Eu-lcaus.-con.csUon of blood to the ton. Luxora; 2nd, Mrs. R. L. Me- : Kitchen apron-l«t Mrs E M Oreen tomato pickles—1st. Mrs A. F. Martin, city; 2nd, Mrs. Wai ter Wood, Luxora; 3rd, Mrs. U. W Mullinsj Watermelon pickle—1st, Mrs. P B. Jarrett; 2nd, Mildred Jarrett. Pickled peaches—1st, Mrs. R. I, Johnson, Bassett; 2nd, Mrs. U. w Mullins, city: Pickled pears—1st, Mrs. Tom gene Dickerson. Night gov.n—1st, Mrs. C. B. Et- icriscn, Yarbro; 2nd, Irene Brown Wilson. • Girl's wash dress—1st, Shawnee 'school; 2nd. Mrs. A S'iiith- h suiu _ Is| - Leachvilie; 2nd L. a. Byerley, Shawnee school. Child's wasli hat—1st, Mrs. A. Renfro, Luxora; ,2nd. Mrs. Maggie Smith, city 2nd Mary Nell Noo Ledbetter. .Rt. '3; 3rd. Miss Mary nan, Manila. Alice McAfee. " Infant's dress Pickled beets—1st, Mrs. Ed Wildy, Elownh; 2nd, Mrs. R. F. Temple, Rt. 1; 3rd. Mrs. Anna Terry, Luxora. lower bo\vel and a weakening of •the parts. Nothing but an internal medicine can do this—that's \vhy cutting and salves fall. Dr. J. S. Leonhardt discovered a real folds Checked O Jlfc B ? modem raporuinc OVER-ff MIUIOH JARS USED YEAH1Y Oassvllle, Ark., are vUltlng rtla- llves here. The Clrabor Store and Grossman's Slore were closed Thursday in observance of Yom Kl])|iur, n Jewish holiday. AM> IT STII.I, RUNS HAMBURG, Id. (UP)-More tlran a year ago, o. w. Weslad, of near here, dropped a watch from hU IKKkct while he was plowing corn, 'file watch wns valued because it had been brought lo this country yeu.s by grandfglhtj: and had been in . his Immediate"" possession for « years. When-plowing was begun "^ J* 6 ;. Westad found the watch In the fteW. He rewound It and II has been running regularly stac' < he says, apparently none the worse for the year of exposure. A noise filter Is now being per- i fecled which will be placed In windows and not only ke;p tfe uproar of the street from the ears of those Indoors, but also BEWARE THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON Cmifl.s from col.U UU y iraii lo K- liom iiouUt. You ran nop them now nilli Crcomulsion, an trnul'ificil cnosolc ibi it iJcisint lo lake. CreomuUion it • mfjiol discovery vrlih i<io-{u]J action; ii toothcj aiij tifal« ilic iiiflameil mcaibranw and in- niliin Brrin gruwili. Of all kno»ii druci crtoHHe is r*c- ofinlK-,1 Ly Lijli mtjiral .uthatiliei ui one of llic Krc-ttit Jicalint igfnciti for cough* from ailJs «ml tmnichl.1 lrrii»ii,jn». Crcouiultlon conuint, in *diLlion lo trcuwtf, oilier belling »otSe »<3 bed the Jntumcd &Knibrtnn and Hop the ir- riltllon, vliilc the creosote got* on t». the bloraich, it absorbed u>t» I!M blood, atucki ibe Kit of the tumble" and diec.» ihe growth of the germ*. Ciromuliion u .u nan tod wtlific- loiy in ll* Ircjtmrnl of coughs from' coldi, tuonchitif «nJ minor lorim of '' Lronchhl irriiiiloni, tad ii excellent for Lu tiding up I be tyuem after coldi or fin. Nfoney icfundei) if not if- lined iflcr taking tccordioj todirec'-" tioni. ' FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON flni— in th« douflK. Thtn in the oven. You can be turc of perfect bikings in tiling— if/»BAKING IVV POWDER SAME PRICE FOROVER4O YEARS 25 ounces for 25c MILLIONS OP POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT Specially LOW ROUND TRII> FARES vU National Daiiry Show St. Louis Oct. 11-19 : Alabamt Oklahoma MIswurl Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Texas ' Diy-Od, 14 Kan us nay—Oct. 16 The world's greatest Dairy Show, attracting tlie finest, dairy cattle of all breed* from »11 parts of the United States and'Cana- da, opens Octobers llth. The Exposition will be held |n the huge, magnificent buildings designed and built as the permanent home of the National Dairy Show, Exhibits of latest and finest dairy equipment. Contests and demonstrations by college students, 4-H Club boys, and girls, and vocational students from nearly ' all states. Displays by the United states Department of Agriculture. Added attractions will be a National Poultry Show, Night Horse Show and a Woman's Home Exposition. Ask the Frisco Agent about' Special Fare.s for Special Days. internal Pile remedy. After prescribing it for 1000 patients with success in 960 cases, he named it HEM-ROID. Druggists everywhere no-.v sell it, and Kirby Drug Co., guarantees money-back It HEM- j RO'.D does not end Piles in anv hand mode—1st.' lorm.—Adv.—No. 3 Bread and Cakes Loaf white bread—1st, Mrs. L. S. Briscoe, city; 2nd, Mrs. A. L. Flowers, 329 Dougan. Loaf graham bread—1st, Mrs. c. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for the kindness nnd sympathy shown during the illness and death of our wife and mother. W. F. Bell and Children, •s Roseland, Ark. 'Couldn't Feel Any Better' "[was nervous and rundown and weighed less than a hundred pounds. I felt tired and weak and often had to lie down. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound because • I saw it advertised. Now 1 eat well, sleep well and have good color. In fact, I couldn't feel any better and I weigh one hundred fifty-five pounds. 1 am glad to answer letters from any woman who wants to know more about the Vegetable Compound."—Mrs Bertha Stephens, 21E Ron Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Lytiia E, Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound Study these IOWPMCES . .then m these dependable UsedCars Ui Thrifty buyers who compare these prices and «- amint these cars will want to share in this unusual offering. For seldom before have our stock* of lovr- pricwd cars been as fine or complete—and never hav« savinc* been so attractive. Come—buy and make yonr transportation dollars do double duty. Come early. Big Savings TVou/ Offered! $ 250 1D27 PONTIAC S£DAN— We have cut the price on OIK sturdy little car $50 for immediate .'ale. Has five good lircs, mail}* extras and a ,'mcoth running motor ...... 1928 CHRYSLER SEDAN— Tliis car is In perfect rumiinf condition. Fully equipped. "Good Will' reconditioned and plenty of extras. Sec this car •or a real bargain. f OflA Only ...................... $<JUU 1328 CHEVROLET COACH. Paint like new. Excellent mclor, new tifes. Priced for quick sale 1929 FORD MODEL, "A" COUPE— You'll liave to liurry i; you want this .'.port coupe al this low price. Come and ree «hat a great value this car orters. A real bargain . JOCA -5DU Easy 0. ,M. A. C. Terms—Small Down Payments- Balance a Few Dollars per Month LEE MOTOR CO. Report of Condition of The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. , An of the Close of Buaitieas Sept. 24,1930 ••_:; Resources Loans and Discounts Loans oh Cotton Overdrafts U. S. Government Bonds _.. Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Other Bonds and Securities. Furniture and Fixtures Banking House $503,491.04 126,886.55 688.77 291950,00 7,200.00 480.00 10,800.00 143,200.00 Other Real Estate 57,090.00 Cash and due from Banks _. 196,976.61 Other Resources (Insurance 'Department) _________ 39,600.00 $1,116,312.97 Liabilities Capital Stock':.. $200,000.00 ' t- Surplus Fund'.- 40,000.00 ''';'' Undivided Profits, Net 30,428.42 Total Capital Stock, Surplus and Undivided Profits _ 270,428.42 Bills Payable ___' 50,000.00- Deposits - 795,884.55' §1,116,312.97 Phe Officers and Directors of this bank appreciate all of the business entrusted to us. It .sour desire to render the very best possible service in keeping with our well established rule of safe and conservative' banking. We feel that in these times of depression that it is our duty to assist our Customers in this community m every way possible. 4 We assure you that any and all business entrusted to us will receive our careful attention and we want you to feel tha t this is your financial home and to know that your business is always appreciated. The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. R. E. Lee Wilson L. L. Ward Cecil Shane B. A. Lynch 1 A. M. Butt G. G. Huhbard J. L. Cherry 'Directors'

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