The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 14, 1932
Page 2
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1932 BLYTI1EV1LLE, (ARIQ COURIER NEWS ISlffl IffTEl DEflll First fatality of Strike War Brings New Crisi: in Coal Fields. Bils oj NtiCs Mostly Personal Mrs. Floyd White and Mrs. R N, Ware jr., accompanied by Mrs Ware's sister, Mrs. J. C. Kellej jr., ot Detroit, spent yesterday 1" VffnMnVllH Mr!" and Mrs. S. E. Vail, of Hot Springs, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs T. J. Mahan. They formerly lived in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Rosen thai returned yesterday from a visit \n 61. Louis. T. J. Mahan, who has been ill at his home on Walmit street, is now better. Lincoln Cochran of Slkeston, Mo.. is attending to business here. Miss Margaret Milnor, win wer.t lo Pine Bluff last week-end, will EKPLIS nun TAYLORVILLE, 111., Oct. 1 (UP)—Slaying of a coal miner by n national guard trooper tarty today brought a «cw crisis in the '•••;ir torn Christian county coal fields. Warrants for the arrest of two __ ___ commanders of the national guard • vls | t t |, cre for ft mo ,,th. forces were sworn out at Tovey MiMCj . Ncl , Hgvrls a)J(1 H az*l Andy Ganes, Har0fn where tiie in was shot down. ; The warrants, charging murder, i named Col. Robert Davis and Cap- ! tain Carl Meacham, executive of- | fleers of the 500 soldiers patrolling the bitterly disputed area. Mayor Thomas Foster of Tovey justice of the peace. They were handed to the Christian county sheriff who has been cooperating with Davis and Meacham, witn instructions that he arrest the pair. ' .'It* in M5m . „. ^VOt*. mly _ o , hcrc ,„., m , v > of CaI)C G irardeau Mo , , m h Miss Eve Hanvell will go to Mem- Demand of City People for Farm Lands Makes Such Action Profitable. OSCEOLA, Ark., Oct. 14.—Clt; people arc going back to the lavm Discouraged by rapidly diminish ing salaries, they are Insuring thel old age against poverty by invest ing tlielr savings in (arm land where they can be assured of and as a consequence tarn ire in demani. This is what W. F. Feutz < the legal department of the Fee eral Land Bank oi 31. Louis to! delinquent borrowers of the ban at n meeting held In the con house here yesterday. Mr. Feutz said that In the pi n today after having been here month the FederaiL,nd by Miss Mary Ellen Stevens who will spend the week-end. nt It could sell on a similar sound nanclil basis within six or eight wnths every tract o! land on htch It has a }c*n within a radius 150 miles Ot St. Louis. He made it plain (hat wll!) this emand the bank was not afraid foreclose loans and that bor- owers who coukl payf must i>ay. * saW, however, that the bun); did i>t want to foreclose Its loans, stflt- ig that while 30 to 40 i>er cent of stead value, »s realized by city ouyers, iti excess of that ai>p«rent- ly warranted by the low price ol •produce and expressed confidence that, the trend towards bolter firm produce prices would be a ste«dy one, Mr. Ftutz Slid (hit wlille the St. Louis bank had received $2,216,120 from congressional n'uproprlfitlon, Uio total delinquencies on Us loans on O:tobcr 7 nmounlcd to he 13.834 loans lield In •ere delinquent, only 10 per cent I tlie number were In foreclosure, nd that the bank was eager to aid o the 'limit of Us resources the. wrrower whoso record for past la'ymenls was good, who'conld satisfactory financial statement und who showed n disposition to leal fairly with the bank. He urged borrowers to make every effort to hold on to their Inml In the face of (invent low prices, stating that farms had a liomc- taxes nnd the Increase In price of (arm commodillei. «nd that until one or both o( thew iMi becamo available, the nderal Land Bank would try to carry delinquent borrowers but would demand crop assignments, subject to furnish accounts, and second, mortiaies on personal property such M live stock and farming implements, .both as n protection to the farmer from other creditors and as a protection to themselves. Explalni I'olli-lcs He explained that the Inlerssl iatc charged by the- bank could not be lowered-because the bank's 0]IT nations were' financed by bond Is- 1 fin 1 .? which would not mature sooner Uum most, of the lo;uw in effect, now, [hat these bonds were sold nt 11 definite vnlc of Intm-st and weio held by Innumerable smnll In \cslors. He' ssld that only two things can help the farmer, the reduction of Read Courier News Want Ada. COUGHS Don't let iht'n Mt » fiiu«l« k<W. Fijlii itrm* quickly. CrMjyiliw* combine* fUo 7 IJM» bdpibatt«ml*M<I«rn •cltncf. I'o«rful kulhanoltn. Fle»i»iu lo tike. N'oiurcollu. Yourdtuuluwill refund your tuonejr it »nyoou«flori:olJ DO nutttr how lon< ttuiil'Vll' >°l '«• licrtd by CrcomtiUte, . (adr.) Mississippi County Over Tenth of State's Output. Total Entire Mississippi county ginned more than twice as much cotton a' *>">'' other Arkansas county prior to October 1 it Is revealed by the preliminary report of the census bureau of the department of agriculture. Mississippi county's 52,858 bales constituted more than 10 per cent of the slate total of 501,101 bales. Crittenden county was in second place with 23,606 bales, followed closely by JeHerson with 22,92.. Cotton ginned prior to October 1 this year and last year in leading cotton counties of the state was as Jollows: ing three days Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller were called lo Brunswick, Ga., to,day because of the deaih of Mr. i Miner's mother who dropped dead early this morning. They left im- ineJiately. C. W. AHUck is in Little Rock on business for two days. Dr. Edna Nies relumed Thursday from Mineral Wells, Texas where s;;e attended the fourteenth annual Norwood clinic along with doctors from seven states, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma,. Michigan, Ohio, California and Texas. Th? visiting doctors attended the twc weeks ot classes during the clinic during which Dr. Norwood an authority on Ambulant Proctology, held classes on "Fistula and Pru- itis," "Hemmorrhoids and Allied Conditions" and "Pruritus and socialed Conditions." Creed Hillis Is a patient at the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose ind Throat hospital. Mrs. R. C. Dent jr., and daugh ter Ethel Wayne returned today' from Little Rock where they visited Mrs. Dent's sister, Mrs.' Cecil Driver, for several days. They accompanied the Rev. and Mrs 000 worth of its Ian the three states of Missouri, II and Arkaasas to city people on a sound financial basis. In nc Instance was less than 25 psr cent 16 purchase price paid in cash and the average cash payment was 60 per cent of the purchase pries, he said. '. ' Can Foreclose Profitably Mr. Feutz told the.borrowers that the Federal Land'Bank -was confl- Gem Theatre OSCEOLA SUN-MON-TUES Matinee—Sunday Only—2:3 Adm—Night—15 and 40c . Matinee—10 and 20c FREE DELIVERY PHONE 603 McMULLIN'S SPECIALS for SATURDAY and MONDAY Potatoes Red or white 15 ' Ib> peck Sacks Chicot Clay Columbia Craigliead CriHeS8en Cross 9.970 I 0 - 713 . ....... 8,442 ........... "•"' - 8,030 Faumner 4 1 ?!! Greene ... Hempstead Jackson .. Jefferson Lafayette Lawrence Lee B ' zr< Lincoln 10.483 Lonoke 18 ' 05fi Mississippi ......... 52,o86 Monroe 6 ' 219 Phillips : 13,987 Poinsett 16 . M3 Pulaski 1.°!" Randolph 5,393 St. Francis lj - 126 White '.10,555 6,328 4,000 11.728 9,663 9,112 2,648 3.563 10,135 Marsh M. Callaway who went, tr Prescolt for the meeting of Arkansas Synod. Wtlleslcy Twins RU« Bikes WELLESLEY, Mass. (UP)— Max- irie and Marion Sittenfeld. Kansas City twins, ride bicycles that are exactly .alike in going to and from clnsws at Wellesley College, wheie they are members of the class of 1936. 9,483 4,579 10,807 5,910 2,605 2,945 5,099 12,620 21,234 . 1,479 3,022 1,186 6,312 1,710 4,987 6,742 c GREYHOUND LINES New Telephone Number 600 'GRAND HOTEL' Shown for the First Time in Phis Section at Popular Prices. Greta GARBO John BARRYMORG Jean CRAWFORD Wallace BEERY Lionel BARRYMORE Lewis Stone-r-J*an Henholt Whitman Johnston FOR THE WEEK END HALLOWEEN CANDY DR. WESTS TOOTHBRUSH""" 45' DR.'WEST'S TOOTH PASTE,,.,35' 1LB. 1 CHOCOLATE 3SBS 39 C HUDNOT"""" TOILET WATER Now 3—lOc Patmolive 1—25c Cashmere Roquet $1.10 SOAP FOR 25 C Miracle Cleaner For Rugs and Curtains BAYER Aspirin 1 TC 12's lw BATHING ALCOHOL AT THE FOUNTAIN Hodges Chili Hodges Tamales Tamale with Chili Hot Chocolate - • Cascade Ale 15c Canada Dry Ale KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. DRUG CO. ORANGES Blythcville.,.. No. 2 Cans. ;i for POP CORN BANANAS Bird Seed 3 Pkgs. Assorted 1 Vanilla Pudding All For Premium or 2-lb. Box Crackers MACARONI SORGHUM Corned Beef Dill Pickles ar on Broadway •Armour's' Very Meat 12-0/. Can Pure Creamery Pride of Arkansas Pound As a Picture —it played to record crowd for months at the Astor Theatre, in New York Evaporoted Pet or Carnation, Tall Cans 5c, Small C*ns Milk LETTUCE And Now It Comes to You! SALAD AIDE PEACHES t h e Greatest E n terlainment Ever Presented! PORK ROAST Morris Supreme, Full Cream Directed by EDMUND GOULDING From Vlclci play GROUND BEEF SALT MACRERE HENS AD FRYERS A DEAL FOR FALL Suits .that conform ih'.ey<?ry way to .this store'a.bigh staii*i- ards of style and quality; to sell below twenty dollars/ Iff the first time we were ever able to get them, and we offer them now at a record low price in the face of rapidly advancing markets on all commodities A Pint Now every, man in Elytheville may take, advantage of Mead style service, may have Mead quality, and may buy with assurance. that his Clothes will give him the traditional Mead satisfaction. . Correct style, sturdy fabrics, and fine tailoring have always been associated with this store. These suits uphold the tradition. NEW MEAD CLOTHING COMPANY ;

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