The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 31, 1934
Page 8
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i\AGE EIGHT Today's Markets Closujfj Stock Prices NEW YORK, Oct. 31 (UP) — , Dullness, continued on the stock exchange' today with prlci-s firm in nearly nil sections. A. T. and T no 1-8 .Vnarrnda Copper 103-8 Efthlchcm Steel 25 Chrysler 33 1-8 Coon-Cola , H2 j-j General American Tank 34 1-2 General Eleclrl- n 3-4 General Motovs 29 Inlci-nntlonnl Harvester 32 1-8 Montgomery Ward 27 New York Central 21 Piicfcarri .... 3 1-2 Phillips Petroleum 14 3.4 Hadto Corp 51-2 Standard at N. J « 3-g . Texas Co 2(1 7- U. a. Steel U. S. Smelling .... McICesson-Flobbins Zonite the October, 1935, position. Sell Ing In October brought .some llqul datlon Into old crap montlus bn they helrt, rahly steady and closci two (joints lower for December n 121C., and tltrcc points down fo March at I225. oj»u high low et(M. D « 1218 1222 1213 121C Jl "i 1223 1223 I220 1220 Maicli 1220 1231 1222 1224 Mn>' 1234 1234 1220 1228 "'V U'30 1230 1222 1222 cl ' 1211 1211 1183 1183 S|wts closed .steady at, 1240, olf 4 New York Cotton 31 7113 3- C 53 3- New Orleans Holton NEW Olil.RANS, Oct. 31 <UP>- Tlie cotion niiirket \vas itulte HC- tlvc today dim to operations n 5-John Keats, , born BecamftdaJHtut. ywtivutlom&t. tyfachl'ecaifi'td <ahW(f gpttig put * tin(//tidfl.. NEW Cotton IDec Jan March Mny July Oct Spots YOIIK, Oct. HI (UP) — closed burt'ly steady. o)x.'i) lilith low close 1218 1220 1212 1213 1220 1225 121G 1210 1223 122J) 1220 1220 mil 1234 1223 1224 1230 12311 1218 1218 1204 1209 1181 1182 closed steady uL 1240, oil 5. Dec. May Chicago Wheat open lilgli i ow C | ose M 1-2 !)0 [14 3-4 95 1-2 S4 5-8 95 1-4 03 1-2 04 3-8 Clricaf/o Corn open high low close :)CC. 74 3-4 76 74 3-4 75 7-0 Uay 70 3-8 77 3-8 7<i 1-8 1() 7-B 'cnce Post Trees Now Used to Make Violin. OKLAHOMA CITY. (Ul>)~,nnck n '08, young Piirmcr M. J. Smith Wanted n row of catalpa trees on Us place down south of Hog Creek Ic intended to cut them down In few years mid make fence posts vlth tlie wood, Most of tlieui weul tlmt way. Hut n few were left, standing. The. anncr, now (il and retired, lias tailed chopping Uicm down to nake, not tciigli fence posts, but 'lollns. H was just a notion lie Imi tliat the toiiuii white wood wouli imke good sminilitig boxes for flil- 'I'ho violins lie makes have excellent tone. ALLEY 001' f.LE. (AUK.) COURFEK NEW:, OR NO , HERE'S ON6 •. MOOVIAN WHO WON'T BETHEftE? FOOZY-. E MY REGARPS TO OOP- OOP \ O / A „ ,,^n, 3 ur nUC-ASE * • COMMANDEO jo ee - IT'S Ul» TO FOOZY! _WliDN T ESpAY.j)CTbBEK 81, 103. Ill!!'0«T OF CONDITION Fanners Bank & Trusl Company lievllle, Ml^lsilj,,)! Counly, Arkansas, at ll,e ctee of business of Btythcv on October 17, 1934. UKSOUUCBS Loan:; and nfscoimts .^ , Lonns on Real Estate Y Loans on Cotton nnd oilier Commodities Overdrafts, Secured and Unsecured ....... ^.'. U. S, Securities not pledged U.'S Securities pledged :... Sto/:k In Federal Reserve Tiunk Other Boixts ,md Securities, IneUiding "stnie"\VarranVs ; County nnd Cily .Scrip Mnniturc Hnd Fixtures Banking House ' 10^122 M 74.552.S8 922,S4! :iC9.72 62,401) .1)0 7,200.00 600.00 .Cash and Due from Approved Ho.serre Danfa ... 35') 12078 Other neoiurces: Uns. Wept. $32,254.00; Fed Dep Ins Corp. $1,711.60; 'stock Union Nail. Ilk.,' $2,05700> ' 3B0 2'riO Toinl MAHiLrriKs Common Slock Sin plus Fund, Certified Undivided Profits, Net- S-ivrngs . Accounts :..''^'^^^"lOO.OOo'as ' Dividends Unpaid 2r , 00 Indivliiual 'Deposits, Including |>,,bllc n ; Fl '" UlS , <, 1.303.782.37 f" 5 lo B: «» k •-... ' r,,G80. 13 Demand Ccrtiflcntes of DD lx >sit '... 321400 Time Ccrliflcntes of Deposit " oo'snc'.. .$1,700,072.45 .$ 200,00000 40,000.00 M.983.75 Cashier's Checks 29,800.44 25,013.15 Total Amount of all classes Deposit as Above Shown ..;. 1,409,088.70 ll Total STATE OF ARKANSAS! COUNTY OP MISSISSIPPI, ss: , $1,7(30,072.45 n> ° Bslllor - of tllc <*> e , O f , v I ° n)OVe slnl ™ cnl ls lf« ' me neat of my knowledge and belief. B. A. LYNCH. President, p - E. WARREN. Cashier. S.,b Witc[1 and .sworn to before me this 29th day of October, 1034. ,," , . E «• DRYAN, Notary Public. My Commission expires March 25 1935 .ATTEST:— D. A. Lynch, J. L. Cherry, Cecil Shane, Directors. - - WANTED TURNIP GREENS SEE Blytheville Canning Co. FOR PRICES orse Show And Htidng 'Program AI (lanahcrsvill CAHUTHEnsVIIjLE, Mo., Oct. 31 —Peinkcol County Post No. 88, Am- rican legion, will s|x>nf,or a horse how mid automobile races here Saturday nlglit and Sim'day, No- 1'inbcr 10 and n nt tlic Legion ill-ground!: park, Some of Hie fastest dlrl truck drivers or tlic mid-west and mid- Eoiith will l« here for the races Smidny afternoon.. "Hot Shot" Morgan, stunt man, will lean Irom " radns cnr traveling 70 miles iui The liorsc show, .which win ue lie Id Saturday night a n<l Sunday afternoon, win include flve-gallwl saddle horses, speedy road horses' tlirce-gaitcd saddle horses slid lands, Hackneys and Welch' ponies and fine liarnes.s horses. The ruinous Yomieblood ro'u! Corses. from Indlnnn and the Dale I Pony stables from Illinois will be represented. There will be show liorses from four stute, all contesting for blue ribbons. Tills will be the first complete Eociety liorsc show io be licld in tills vicinity.' HEY.OOOLA YA GOIN? YOU CAN'T ' I DCHT BLAME HER MUCH, 6»T, GEE, ALLEY'S FREEDOM NOW DEPENPS ENTICELy >N ME / Oliest Held Alummies t'lillil IlcaJ or Arnimillf I'oison WAUIIENTON. N. C. (UP)-Tlieo Hayes, five-year-old Wairenton c-liilcl, died here recently from ni- cnhollc iJoisonlng, WiuraiiLs were Issued cliarRlng Ills jiarchti with murder. BEVERLY. Mass. (UP) - while demolishing the 0 !d Poster wharf workmen discovered an ancient sea chest, that contained two linen wrapped mummies. There was nothing to' indicate whence tliev came. Prince Plans Polo Team SACHAMENTO, Cal. (UP) — Prince Serge MTJivani plans to or- eaiiize and captahi a team of Bi- ropean polo players to participate In a tournament here next Septem- , W |ll in- ch.dc his broUier, Prin ce David. • : r Now Chevrolet adds the 7 ~9 "*9 ' ' ' ' worlds lowest-priced'six-cylinder-4-Joor'sedan 1 •. V "' to ^ . > > -me This new and unusual value in an ideal family car brings 4-door Sedan ownership within reach of new thousands Chevrolet-tuifcfer 0 J the uwH's lauxa-priced /meo/Si.ves-nowadd8 to thai Ymeihcworld's loue st ,pnced ux-eyliader 4Joor Sedan. Thousamls who-have desired 4-door Sedan roominess and convenience need no longer huitale because of price, for this M w mo( l e l brin-s 4-door Sedan ownership within reac h of eve,, ll.c , UO9t mod ° sl income. In doing this, Chevrolet completes tl.c remarkable line of Standard models which, with a base price of $465, at Flint, today afford such unusual values to America. The rich finish and trimly tailored lines of the Standard 4-door l.iapnrcof Slmtlard SrJan at Flint, iWfcA., fill). ttith lumpers, spare (ire and lire lock, the list price J. p n - ra juy«i (o chmge uilh- out notice. is ilS.OO Sedan suggest a higher price. It is a quality car throughout* with Body by Fisher, Fisher No Draft ventilation, the celebrated Chevrolet valvc-m-head engine, weather-proof cable- controlled brakes, and a host of other flue features. And bciii" a Chevrolet, ft cosf.s- remarkably link to operate anil maintain. We invite you to see this latest evidence of Chevrolet's ability to supply America with "Economical Transportation," today. CHKVKOI,F/r MOTOU COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Compare Clmrola's low Mircrcit price, and easy C.M.A.C. ttrmi A General Atotors ONE RIDE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS CHEVROLET Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co* Blytheville, Arkansas

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