Served bv the United Press BIYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST AUKANSA8 AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXIX—NO. 1GG Blylhevllle Dally News. Ulylheville Herald. Mississippi Valley Leader. Hlyllievlllc Courier. K, ARKANSAS, WKDNKSDAY, SKITI5MB10K 28, 1932 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS YANKS WIN FIRST SERIES GAME 12 TO HITS Id DEFEpffl Lou Gehrip Leads Yank Hitters "With Homer; Cub Hurlers Wild. Ship Sponsor Yankees Cubs K II E 12 8 2 6 1C I YANKEE STADIUM, New York. Sept. . 28 (UP)—The New York Yankees defeated Chicago Cubs 12 to 6 today in the first game of the world's series. The heavy artillery of the New Yorkers held In check for the first, three Innings by the pitching of Guy Bush broke out in the fatal fourth when a home run by Lou Gehrig gave ths Yanfaes a lead Ihey never relinquished. The Cubs off lo a two run lead in the first inning were handicapped by the wildness of their hurlers. Bush was in frequent trouble because of his bases on bails and the support of his infield was faulty. Back In New York for the first time since 1928, the autumn baseball classic began under weather conditions which almost forced ft postponement. The Infield was dry because canvas had protected it from the rains of the past two days. The outfield, however, was noticeably slow. Decision to go through with the game was reached by Conimis- rlcner Lnndis shortly after noan. First Inning Cubs:—Herman singled to short center. English singled to right and Ruth muffed the ball. Herman scoring "and English racing to Ihlrd. Ruth was given an er- rcr. Cu'yler fanned. Stephenson _singled 03 Buffing's.glove. English ~ scoring.'" Aiocre fanned. Grimm V Toll of Death In Hurricane Mounts i <l orU.'S('uo Del) to Bow lo Society 1 This was the face that launched Miss Lucy Lois van Lobcn Sels into the title of "Miss Santa Lucia" at the Salinas, Cal., rodeo last July. And now the western beauty, who Is an expert horsewoman and has been a student at the School for Foreign Service in Washington, D. C., Is going to New York tci attend the launching of the Grace liner "Santa Lucia" early in October. .fanned.. ' error. Two runs, three hits, one •Yankees:—.Combs was called out <n strikes. Scwell flied to Grimm. Puth. ,ou| to 'Grimm, unassisted NO I.IUIG.*. no Ijlls, r|o errors. • i ; • • . \ • Second Inning :,;CidK:;-Hartlikt fanned. Konig outg.Rillfmyip.'GehrigJ -Bush qiit •"' is - v -'- unassisted. No runs, no Mississinnian Imr>ort;ml Role In Notional Affairs. to'petirlg.unas hltfcrnq erroVs. Cunnintiham Warns Constables to Stick to Their Own Townshsps. "Raiding for revenue" will not be tolerated Municipal Judge C. A. Cunningham warned officers of various townships yesterday. Declaring' that thfc municipal court here was formed . because of the abuses practiced by con- stat)es and ' jtistiees . of the peace, Judge jjuriningham denounced tours by olfjxiers'.outslde their own towri- shlp. State statutes defining tne authority of • township . officers will be construed "sirlctly" in municipal court it was stated, and the court said his interpretation of the statutes will confine officers to their YA7OO CITV. MLw Kent. 28 HIP)— .Tnlm fi'inrn Williams, the natriot. .and old southern tseii* 1 '?man. 'li'vl nt Cedar Orow< farm nt miilnleht amH his books and lh" rcll' 1 '; of a -.jictiirr's'iue career. Friend 1 ; mid fnmilv were nt the tedslnV ns hp passed awiv. He iinH been ill for manv mntitlis but hnd shnwn some iminwrinniit until lart ni?ht when his condition sud- denlv turned worse. Hn was 78 vrars old. William.q rnllnd hlimclf n nro- f'^SLniinl nolitlr.imi am] pave th? n'd English definition 1i d^rrllvi it: one who devotes his life to public service. Retire* Voluntarllr H" serv-id Misstfslnnl ?a vnrs in thp nntionnl congress nnd then v*nt into vnlunrnry retirement jnfter completing his second term in the senate. Unon reaching Ills decision Wil- li^m 1 ; stood before the aucust borfv ^f the Unit^il tales .'enal 0 nT'flr ilccllnlne tn consent to re<-leclion nnd uLiered his famous declaration: "T hart rnther.be n hounrl ri"^ Unvlnp nt t.v.-« moon them remain longer a member of this sewln? ! circle." ' ' ' • . THE COUNTY ;Y»nlctcs:'i-Ciihrig was cut, Her- mail lo Grlriini. Lazerri was out, B,ush-to Orirtm,. on. an easy roller.'; nickey filed to Cuyler. No rilfis, no hils, no errors. Third Inrilra Cubs:—Herman otit, Ruffing to Gelirig. EnglUii out, Sewell to Gehrlg. Cuyler singled to left Stephenson filed out to No nms, one hit no er- center. Combs rtfrs." . YANKEES: Chapman flicd to Stephenson.'Crossetti fanned on a wide cu.Tve. Ruffing flied out to Stephenjon. No runs, ho hits, no errors. Fourth Inning CUBS: Moore flied to Eewell. Grimm fanned. Hartnett doubled lo left. Koenig was purposely- passed. Herman flied to Chapman who made a fine running catch. No runs, one hit. no errors. YANKEES: Combs walked. Sewell out. Grimm unassisted. Combs going to second, nnth singled to right, scoring Combs. Gehrig hit a home run Into the right field stands, scoring Ruth. The crowd went will Lezerrl was out. English to Grimm. Dickey out. Bush to Grimm. Three runs, two hits, no orrors. Fiflh Inning Ci|bs:—English fanned. Ouyler fanned. Stcphenson filed to Combs in deep center. No runs, no hits, no errors. Yankees:—Chapman was safe at first on English's error. Crosettl ' bunted and both runners were safe on Hartnett's baO throw to second. Ruffing forced Chapman at third on an attempted sacrifice, Hartnett lo English. Crosettl went to second on the play. Combs hit into a double play, Herman to Kocnlg lo Grlir«rn. No runs, no hits, one error. Sixth Innirq Cubs:—Mcorc popped to Sewell in the pitcher's box. Orimm walked. Hartnett fanned. Koenig out. Lazerri to Gehrlg. N 0 nms, no hits, no errors. Yankees:—Sewell walked. Ruth walked. Oehrig walked. Lures-l flied to Koenig In back of second base. Dickey singled through second, scoring Sewell and RuUi, Gehrlg going fo third. Chapman was safe at first. Dickey going to second. Crosetti walked, filling the bases. Grimes came In to pitch for the Cubs. RufTinj forced Dickey at the plate, Kocnl* to Hartnetl The bases were still full, combs singled through the box, scoring Chapman and Crosettl. Ruffing going to third. Scwell forced Combs al second, Grimm to Koenig. Five runs, low hits, no errors, two leli (Continued on p«ge three) •etenue.raiding was brought on by he thiealened outbreak of a tc'.id between township officers as the result of the arrest of :il negroes in Chickasawbii township by Con- stnble Otis Brooks of Half Mocsi township. Tlie negroes were fined in municipal court Monday afte.'- noon. Constable Brooks was not present when the court varno;i ngainst furlhcr "louring" and "ratd- ng for revenue". townships! The court's' i^nouncement of Ihe t.l»r o'- ' "old . .Id'hrT sniith.' for vears in Consn^s. .. One of men of Share Wllltniis "va iMctiircfnua fiaurn Pnnkinir jnioni the elder «f the •'emi-critic sroinj in Mil- Sopite. ho heH p r.oinmnndi ^''irln- the dnvs nf thr- Wor'-l War. HP was nn nrrjen* rliatnpion of fofni^r President Wilson. Although intensely partisan. Rcnatnr Williams wi>s coiirlcnus tn nnd crinsider»te' of his nolitical •Miss Hclcne Fortescuc, above, younccr daughter of Major and Mrs. Granville Portcscue, and sister of Mrs. Thomas Massle, who lit'iirctl In ihe sensational "honor murder" case In Honolulu, iimkc her debul In Washington, D. C., during the coming season. Miss Fortescuc •has been one of the most popular members of Itic capital's younger set. Reduced Personal Assessments Rcs|xmsiblc. for Lirgc Part of Loss. In Mississippi comity the toinl real ostiilt 1 and personal property -ii which luxes will be payable next yciir, exclusive of railroad and utilities pi'Jiicily, Ib vuliicd on the rusessinrnt records ill $13,109,308, n reduction cf $1,411,118 from 1031 n; scssmculs on which taxes lire payable Lhls year. The pilnctpnl lass in assessments as In pcr.sunnl uropcrly which dropped from $3.(tt2.4!i8 In 1931 to $2.217,537 In 18:12 foe a loss o! $8^4,321. Heal property lost $518,107, decicaslni; from M1.5S7.9C8 In 1(111 (o $10.1181.171 In 1032. Completing compilation of the a!-:crsmenl records following meet- lugs ol the coimly lj:!:ird of equal- i7nllcm, County Assessor Jo» Dll- Inluinty today announced Ihe figures, which arc final for mil eslalc unil personal properly, but do 1101 Include railroad ami ntlh lly assessments which nre flxci Inlc-r by Ihe Arkansas tux commission, Change. 1 ; in ussr.umcnLs Have YiWe Cash Than itest of County Together U assessment records mean anyllilnj the I'ei'iiilntcr brolh: Jim niul Ben. well knuwn lurnicr:; uf iit:ir Ojccolu, have IL' cash than all olhcr resl- Lenlr, tf the county. Of thi! less Ihnn a dozen Individuals and 111 ins listing iiuy cusli In milking out Ihijlr ns- K.'siucnlh Hit; Pi-ruilnlrr broth- iij usicsuid more Ihnn half of ll:c W.1SO totnl. Accordliii; lo Assessor Joe Dil- hlmnly all gash, dtlwr on deposit In banks or held for safe kuuliiK by Uic Imlivldiml Him, Is assessable, subject to mi deductions. No tush is listed on tax rec- u<ls by the thousands of properly owners from the largest landowner In Ihe county down. Full Extent of Loss in Is- J land Storm Hidden by Lack of Communication Island Refuge. of Crcoli Quake Victims Vanishes opnonEnLs. nnrf wn-mlv .l Last Rites Held This Afternoon for Mrs. Florence Blythe, 80. Funeral services wer.' heM this afternoon for Mrs. Florence lilvllw. SO. who succumbed at the home of her rlauehtor. Mrs. C. M. Buck. 1030 West Ash St.. at 1 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Blvthe. widcfw of Ihe lai.-- W. W. nivihe. died following an extended illness She had made her home with Mrs. Buck for n mimbr-r nf years. She was a member of the Methodist church and well known among the older residents of the citv. The Rev. P. Q. Rorie. pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated at the services. Interment was made at Mao 1 /] Grove ceme- lerv. The Cobb Undertaking company was in charge of funeral arransements. The deceased Is survived bv :hree dauzhters. Mrs. Buck. Mrs. Ram Hardln and Mrs. Harry Brown of Corcoran. California. by his colleapuc"- "•< bnth, sirte^ of the political nisle. frienrts said of him that i\» tvnified the oinsttx-rnt'r. nstiite, vieorou?. but fnir-iishHiio <=tpi««- man of Ihe South of Civil Wnr times. He loved a fishl and iiliin«c- .•"d info the swirl .of cverv con- tro\ p ersv with intense earnestness, vla'nr nnd nowcr. Americanism was thn tevt of raanv of Senator Wlllinms Peimfe nddresses. Ki abhorred nnd de- nonncert sectionalism on everv occasion and. while rherishine nnd prnisine the Civil Wnr memories of >h" Pputh h" pleaded often for a United' America. Born at Memphis, Tennessee. Julv SO. 1&54. Senator Williams as n child nassed Ihrough the Soulh's Irvins days during nnd imm^di- atel'v Mlovrlne th e Civil War. His fnlhor. ChrisloDher Harris Williams, n colonel of Ihe Tennessee Volunteer 1 ;, wns killed nt the Irat- t'," nf Shiloli. maiden name ATHENS. Greece, Sept. 28 (UP) —Two hundred refugee families from the perilnsula of Calcidlci, I damaged by.-'a violent earthquake. were reported lost today when th; island 'of Amongiana, where the refugees fled, vanished into the ea. Much damage also was reported to relics on Me. Athos, the "holy mountain." It was the center of Greek learning in the middle ages. hy Niufiniii Martial Law Declajyd After Gunmen Slain-Political Leaders. HAVANA. M (UP)— Hav- J5EVF1I TOIE1 Democratic Cnncli date Continuing His Appeal for Progressive Votes. COLORADO SPRINGS. Sent. 28 (tip)— Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt prepared lo re-enter the fiirm Iwlt toctny, ready fo- n council of war that will have for Its purpose the alignment of the powerful mld- u r rct nrocrcssive Republican bloc behind his drive for the presidency. The Democratic nominee w!>s to confer tonlghl with U. S. Senator equalization board were relallvelj lew niul tiki not materially affect the lolnl valuation of county propel tics previously mode. Cultivated I. ami Cut AFsessinenl of railroad and utility properties 'in (his ciunty by. tire state commission last ' year amounted to auaut lu~o and a half million dollars. U Is anticipated that nlinul tlic same dhioifnt will be added to the ny-sessmenla made on ical and iwrsounl properly by the coimly assessor this year. Real ebtate assessments held up remnrkably \vcll despite a large reduction In the valuation for- assessment purijoscs of cultivate'*! Inr.d bv Assessor Dlllahunly.- This was offset to a large extent by Hie advancement of several thousand acres from tile classification Norrls of Nebraska, publican progressive leaner, He- who into the iiooscvelt His mother, whopc Annie Lewis Sharp, havine riled, and Memnhis hcin? threatened hv the Union forrc? Senator moved to his Williams' mother's family familv homestead in Yazoo countv. where at Cedar Grove Farm the Senator made his home. Chancellor Futrell Acts in Many Cases Involving Local Property. Approximately 50 decrees were granted In foreclosure suits, brought against landowners in the Chtcka- sawba district of Mississippi coun- tv. by Chancellor J. M. Futrell here yesterday. '• Most of the decrees were grant- j LeVCe Worker Killed The meeting, slated for McCook. Neb., home of Norrls, was expected to produce. In the opinion of political observers, a plan calculated to attract the progressive strength in all sections of the country. Yesterday Governor Rooscvnlt talked with Senator Bronson Cutting of New Mexico, insurgent Republican, who is expected lo throw his support lo the Democratic candidate. and cut-over land. land to The highest assess- on any cultivated Ship Calls For Rescue In Pacific PORTLAND. Ore.. Sept. 28 (UP) —An unidenltfted ve.^s?! believed to be Ihe steamer Nevada sent out. S-O-S signals today. The Merchants Eichangc radio here picked up bolh calls but was unab].; to get the ship to answer ed In favor of insurance companies and lean companies and Includ- j cd bolh cily r.nd rural properties.] Between 15 and 20 foreclosure sales ' OSCEOLA. Ark. (Special)—One v.erc cMifirmcd by the court. The | nian v:as killed and another scr- conflrmation of sale is the final; lously Injured by a falling drug slcp in such actions. G. G. Caudlll was named calls. The S. S. Oregon Maru vdrlcss- She is also survived by a daugh- c ,i that she wns in the vicinity of ter in law, Mrs. John Blythe and the vessl but was unable to 'find a number of grand children. I any trace of the ship. Nov' Advertisement Finds Way Into Paner ATLANTA. Ga. (UP) — Under Ihe heading "Business Opiwrtuni- ties," Ihe following puzzler was printed In the classified advertising section of the Atlanta Constitution: "Bagpipe Bill o'Garden Hill wants home, agreeable Income; texchangc enviionmcnl. Catholic preferred. C-109, Constllutlen," Rev. Russell Ridgewav Win Hold Meetinc Here The R.?v. Russell Rtdeeway, who conducted a revival al the lab- ernnele on Ash street In the summer, has returned for another evangelistic meeting to be held a the Pentecost church. Services wil be held each evening at 7:45 o'clock. He has Just finished a mcetih! at Brandon, Mo, elver for the Hale building by lie court, pending settlement of , suit brought by Irving K. Well md others against Paris Simon. Only two divorces were granted by [he court but Judge Fulrcll ook the flies In n number of un- in Accident Near Osceola line bucket al n paving plant of the Mississippi river commission's revelinent fleet nt Kcycs Point, near here, yesterday. Isaac Rc-d;!Iiig. 35. of Florence, Ala., wns killed almosl instantly when the buckel. known by laborers ns a "clnm shell" fell, crushing him lo the barge deck. Henry contested divorce actions to hisiGrcay. also cf Florence, sustained 'aragoald home where he will iludy the suits and later Instruct .he clerk to enter decrees or dismiss the actions. Decrees were granted In the c.ises cf John J. Stovall against B. iclbrldge Stovall nnd Mrs. Myrtle Hester Thomas against Earl B. Thcmas. former assistant cashier of the defunct Firs! National tank. Town Goes Dry, Detective Finds a broken left leg and serious Internal injuries when he was caughl unr'"r buckrl. Grcay was removed to the Mnr- ine hcfpltal nt Memphis for treatment. His condition was described as serious. Reading's bcdy was shipped to Florence for burial today. Frep Trade Members of British Cabinet Resign LONDON, Sept. 28 (UP)—Britain's ancient battle between free of n pro- - A traders and flUiatlon termed by Chief of De- j tcctlvc tnrlf [ bro ,, ght , nc . tecttvcs L W. Hammond as Inter-1 tion ot three members of the cab- ?stlng and encouraging, has arisen ] nc t ifljay here. Dvlnkimt seems declining. | viscount' Snowdcn, die-hard fro; "I don't otiite understand It." I trader; Sir Herbert Samuel, home said Cnlef Hammond. 'The town seems lo be drying up. There Is apparently bss Interesl in whisky, less desire and subsequently loss supply than nt any other time In the past several years." secretary and literal leader, nnd Kir Archibald Sinclair, secretary of state for Scotland and prominent in liberal i-uunclls, notified tlw cabinet of their intention lo resiin, of \vcods cultivated A coiLslderabl; part of the culli- vatcd liTnd previously valued at $25 an acre, particularly In the northern end of the county, was cut to $20 an acre by the assessor this year. mcnt placed acreage this year was $25 an acre, compared with assessments of »35 ar.d £40 an acre against some land in 1931. These reductions were counteracted [o qulle an exlent by the raising of several sections of land owned by Lee Wilson company and Chapman-Dcwey Lum- xr company- lo the status of cultivated lands, ond valuation at S20 instead of the previous valuation cf S10 an acre. All woods and cm- over lands were lowered in valuation from $10 to eight dollars an acre In conformity nll.li reductions on cultivated lands. The actual assessment value ol ill farm and woods land, listed ns acreage, was placed at $3,339,202 this year as compared with S8,- 807,204 on the 1031 assessments. City nnd town properties in Ihe county, listed as lots, which were not subject to re-assessment this year, were valued al $2.642,589 compared with $2.650.764 in 1931. The small change In valuation of lown and cily properties was made by the equalization board where fires had reduced valuation of certain properties and where gross inequalities exia'ed. The tax t.s- sessor's records shows 7,368 town and city lots in the county. ' Merchants Slr.rks l.otrer The very substantial loss In personal properly assessments this year Is attributed mainly to shrinkage in the stocks of goods carried by merchants. In this classlflca- ticn nlonc more than $200,000 was dropped from the assessment val- ;ialirn. Every other typo of personal properly reveals a loss from 1831 assessments, however, with the exception cf miscellaneous personal properties of oil and gas companies which were not listed separately In 1931. Tlie valuation is at tho small figure of $1,800. A3- ttsnients of household goods dropped almost $100,000 from 1931, the assessment of iwrsonal property of Insurance, security, guaranty. Indemnity nnd tanking corporations, placed at $42,050 Is less than half the assessment In 1931. The as- scsr.ment of all personal property, not listed separately and Includ- (Contlautd «n pt*« thn*>. nua wns ruled by martial law U>- itav to prevent reprtsal< lor ns- 'tisiloallnn of four prominent Cuban politician* executed In. the tlvle favored by : Amtrlc«n gunmen. '. . • ! . .Clemcntp VawUM \^»Uo, ptcsli diMit of "tlw > seimt i t't»d""iiihD6r1<*r : of President Mnchado, wh.om he hart liecn exoecled lo succeed, and the three AndraUe* brothers, rn^pi- bers of tin opposition, were slain spread terror. .'•' . Several other, .politicians were Injured, . ./.--.. • Tlie killing of the oi^wsttion- ists>was described by ^nvestlgalwi n*-nn '.nr^ of retillation for the slaving pf Dr. Vaiay'*Z' Bcllo. • Dr, ymr|iie7.. : Bello was sliot «s he was driving away, from his estate. El- Hohlo; .which adjoin 1 , the Counlrv Club. There- were 10 bullcis In his body. •• Tlie Andrade brothers were attacked In <tv> Vcdsilo suburb. They died almost instantly. When police examined the au- SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, .Sept. 2t) (Ul 1 )— A hurricane which left . al least 200 deud, 1,000 Injured,- nmny thousands Iraneless, . .arid caused Immense proiwrty damage In 1'uerlo Rico, swept norlhwest- «nrd toduy to Santo Domlnjo where the storm lost much of its lury. •' — Rcnort.1 from Santo Domingo said Ihe capital suffered no property damage or loss of life but crops wore damaged- where the storm struck the southern part of the Island. .. . .. " The filorm swept to Puerto '-Rico from the Leeward Islands, 1 caiulng damage and some loss of life in the Virgin Islands en route'. ', it . | readied ita greatest Intensity is H, swept along Ihe Puerto .Rlciri coast, leveling villages, ruining i-Urus and cofTee crops, and- leaving a trail of death and destruction with 'which island officials \wlll be unaMe to cope alone. • Property datnaie here wiu worse than. In the IBa.ilorm when' 271 persona .were killed.. It will be Impossible to etUmate the dimafe ' and. ' . of life at .vlll.ai*. 'and In the countryside until coioinuni- ! I cations ha»e been restored.' /,< tomoblle In which president was riding, G7 bullet marks. the Senate they found Hold Man For Lindy In Illinois HAHIUSBUHG. 111., Sept. 28 (UP)— Dennis Lawrence. 30, New Jersey pholographer, was arrested here today and held for qurs- tloninc In connection with the kidnaping of Charles A. Lindbergh to Serve, as Secretary PARACfClULD. 'Ark.—Chancellor J. M. Futrell, Democratic nominee for governor.' asked. State Senator D avail. Purlins of. Warren to serve oj his private secretary and that Senator Purklns has. asked for a f.;w days to. take, the matter under consideration J before : giving an answer. Senator Purklns was a member of ' Putrell's . campaign headquarters at Little Rock'dur.- Ing the ifc'cent' primary campaign. Stated Attornev Will , : r Qnwtion Insull Aides CHICAGO, SepU 28. (UP) '_'^- Threc men who aided Samuel -Insull in building • his ill fated -«,(.00.000,COO ulllitles • pyramid, were called for queslloning today -by State's Attorney John A. Swanson. Swanson announced he personally would interrogate the men in an effort to throw light on" the tangled financial transactions~rpt the • complex organization.' Smui- son is seeking to determine whether there were Irregularities of a possible criminal nature. Jr. was arrested by Ssl. E. J. Gibbons of the state highway police and Highway Patrolman Tom Sweat at the request. they Kiid. of Colonel Lindbergh Colonel Lindbergh forwarded to stale highway police on anonymous letter which officers said accused Lawrence of knowing something about Ihe kidnaping of the baby last March 1. Roosevelt and Hoover Labor Records Compared WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (UP>The American Federallon of Labor has mailed lo its membership of 3.000,000. labor legislation records showing President Hoover has vetoed two bills favored by organized labor. wht>: Franklin D. Poosevelt. as governor of Now York, vetoed none. This also Included the records .'f he vice presidential candidates o! the two major parties and was 'iibmlttcd without comment cxce,it thot the membership wns askpj to "stand faithfully bv our frlenJs and elect Ihem in November." Al Smith jr. Will Not Pay Debts of His Wife NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UP)'— A alder breach between Alfred E. Smith, Jr., and his wife-was apparent loday In notices that the husband will no longer be responsible- for Mrs. Smith's debts. Alfred, son of the former governor of New York, married the locomotive engineer's daughter In 1924. No legal separation wu planned, Mrs. Smith said, explain-: Ing "he thinks I'm too extravagant." They have been living apart. George W. Payton, 69, Dies at Sandy Ridfe George W. Payton, «3, farm laborer from Tennessee, died at » home in the Sandy Ridge community, south of here, at 6 o'clock last night. Funeral arrangements arc Incomplete according to the Cobb Undertaking company awaiting arrival of relatives from Jackson, Tenn. Vnrf- NEW YORK, Sept. 28—Cotton closed steady. Open Hi"h Low disc Oct 733 743 . 731 1J1 Doc 7« 750 730 734 Jan 751 753 737 737 M»r ..... 767 W UT NT WEATHER ARKANSAS—Generally fair td- nleht and Thursday. According lo the official weather observer, Charles Phillips, Jr., the minimum lempcrature here . yea- terday vas M degrees and Uw maximum, 63 dejrrws, cloudy wltfe .41 Inches or r»ln. Today a year ago the maximum temperature 76 degrees and the minimum, 4t degrees, ete»r.
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