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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio                               Your Cash Reserve is your first line of defense against ad- unemployment, the ap- proach of 'age. It should be available when required. It should also be ductive. A 4 ft Savings Account with THE NATIONAL BANK.is the best possible cash reserve. RESOURCE5 OVER THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL FIRST NATIONAL BANK ZANESVILLE, OHIO Card Party Planned by Sunburst Club Surprise Masquerade Giv- en at Long Home of the charmJnf .events of the sewon was given Thurs- day afternoon Tfhen Mrs. Howard I Mercer and Mrs. Ben E. UUler were [joint liosteaees at a prettily appoittt- ed bridge luncheon. The affair was I held at the Young Women's chrtstsao Association on North Sixth street. The three-course -luncheon.. under-tha of Mc- Cleary. secretary of food admlnistrt- t.lou, was served on long tablw which: had centerpieces plnjc hUctleberry and Scotch heather. Following luncheon the ladles ad- journed to the lounge where the af- ternoon hours were spent .with Autumn leaves and late fall flowers: were used advantageously in the dec- orations. Twelve were employ- ed at bridge. Mrs. W. H. Jsnkitts of Columbus, was an out-of-town guest Friday afternoon the same host- esses will entertain at a similar .affair, also at the T. W. C. A. InrtUtions have been issuea to severity-flte guests for this party, which gives promise of being equally as charm- ing. With the return of County Prose- C. J. Crossland from abroad. was made Wednesday ih Benefit Planned The members of the Sunburst club are planning a benefit card partjt to bo given at the Young Women's Christian Association Friday evening, I Nov. 18. Reba Gobel is chair- man on arrangements. Tickets for this affair can be secured at the of- fico of the Y. W. or from members of A large attendance is de- the club. i sired. jjiMasquerade Party -The 5.15 of the Future November 3, J92T BULLS ARE AND PRICES BOOSTED WHILE BEARS GROWL beef cows low -ind -ri heajy .0; ms fat lambs t1 0.000 1Z 50: bulk fat TO jtmTk'fat Ju.rol.fi 'f4.044lV.OV. Prices Up 1 to 5 Points in Favorites Entire Market is Bullish as Rule A glimpse into tne aeronautical future Is .provided by this picture of an Army non-rigid lar-tiir.g upon the roof of the Newport News, Va., high school, the .first descent of the kind. ever accomplished. After discharg- ing maU and passengers, it again ascended and droned away. P ST. JAMES CHU WIS Pi S The tirst parochial eral years at the St. church will start Sunday JjBADGERS MAY BE 1 PROTECTED WHEN 'Tonopah. Nov. ling to a story being clIssenrinaiKj over- 'the grapevine circuit, Nevada inia-i j lug men will ask the next stat-e leg-' suture to pass e. tow prohibiting the; silling of badgers, and that tie sficp-. morning ition of such a statute will b3 bitter-; New York, Nov. brisk closing rally proved to be an xcellent advertisement for the lock market, and buying, demand swept ovor the whole board at tlie ginninK of trading today. 1 5 iHilntK In the rnwrltcH. tvlih Geiivrul .HutwrM null U. 8. Steel ciiiiflileHtlr liiHlnllcil In ttttlt pu- nltiun of tvitk low Hi cue tn-o lendcM were ly 4 Union Gaji a jmta 14 nnd American Tubntew 18. in the oil tended reports, that excellent prosr- i-ess is being inado to bring crude oil under production under control in the Seminolo and West Texas nelrls. Kadibi Corporation was swisation of the npecialtleii, though comparatively little ground was covered lit the latest move. Bullsh interests in the stock are reported to have trapped a large short Inter- est all the way frdm 55 to the pres- ent price of I The rails were Inactive but (strong, with Southern Frisco common, New York (Central and Krlc In the lead. Equip- iment stocks, incUidlngr General Signal, Baldwin and Lima Locomotive also followed the trend Commodity1 were steady ;and money per cent. Liberty, 2nd 414 jiberty, Liberty, Jberty, _ Treasury, 4 Hreasur.v, 4 Treasury, 3% Treasury, 3% EEI Mmkingum county grange members who are planning to attend tho na- with the Rev, 'Walter E. Becf.cr, mls-iij- opposed by th'e ranchers and cattle-' sloner of New Yorfe. in charge. "A'rnen Misnioii of Love and God" is the title! i :he services which will cicse Nov.! badger is a natural gold An attractive masquerade panv wae 13. the has iv keen scent for the vellowj held, at the borne Mr. and" Mrs. j plans have .been made by: and wllSJ1 pOEalbie I when eighteen in costume hours were sic. and dtltcious refreshments were Sunday afternoon at J In the Jfew mnrket waxed n. lively aroanil tht miemlKtlvf IcrtaKtrinl (hf md ut the firnt huur. On the the hnlln victorious and prlfFM of of the rrii- rownatlrc ami 1 to 3 at the expense op of the fcKW STOCKS at 2 p. Co.. tional convention Cleveland this ttlrhards R57-65S. 411.1U i Cii Kl served at a late hour. A prize-for the 'ecture at- the best costume was awarded to Florence Streromcl. the ft month, will travel to Cleveland on themoTnlnofprdav No .certified to that body since the last three mouths ago. iThe outstanding case to como be- '.lore the grand jury la that of the against Don White, federal pro- jhluition olficer, who Is charged with :XsliooUng with intent to wound in with the shooting of Seth jBrown, Sealover recti .'three other hostess to Embroidery club at her home on and is expected "to arrive, in Cleveland Orive The hours wcrc'de- abcut u a. m. The special will leave to and dainty re- _. u f (-c iT'r.rn n t- siltvn Cleveland at 12 o'clock the same night. Mr. Marshall stated the round-I trip fare for convention visitors' was freshrnents were served lit the close the Silver Star Club j Various Granges in the county ore) Thc members of the Silver Star TfUrt S'.t I I.MU bvruubjr MIC i 1IU UlVi n whi'i sending delegates aad considerable club were interest Is being ahowu In south-1 ing at th 'o v. Cat C'MIUtliO (Quoiiitlotn at 2 u. m-> Chicago.'Nov. S.-Uraln rane. Sir- ,'rn X !20i S May 1 Dec. Mar. Mar. May. ItllV-n Dee. Mar. .82 H .89 Vi. .48 -49% ..50 .99 .1.01'.4 .49% .50 U .99% l.OlVi .89 H market higher; good .39% .48 .4 a? .50 .4SM .4'.'% ijc'.'.oo; .....A.vi i May .....1.02% .102% CHICAGO PHOniClS iTiflf tubs. Creamery, M "iiVdarUH extra llrsis pac I'.oiVi 34e: firsts 37 f UBEHTT JJONUS 3rd 41.4 4th 4'4 3Vi 100.00 1II0.3U 104.00 1111.15 HIM 106.24 101.28 Nov. 't I firsts paclc- new fc 21; 2 7i-; iQiiiihorn? i.ive .itt'nK Americas 2 brick 1" Cars Cleveland, Extra 51 52 extra firsts 47c: firsts 40c. animal oils lower grades IBfelSc.. state new roosters springers ducks N'o. 1 2.25; Baldwins lloman Beauty (bu. Grapes Home grown Concord halt hu. Cranberries barrel. _ v- grown Bartk-U, 12 00 bu. a ton. grown "sweet H. H. Jl.OOS 1.50 basket. __ Yclolw Globe H. 2.00 basket ol 2 doz. OIL PIUCES Pennsylvania grade crude ln_tsew York Transit Company lines Sradford district oil Idiihu sac-Ued russets IHTF.U.O MVR STO ru.fraio..N. market 2Sc o'- -H in holdovers t.ow cuttei I'n 5.60; 600; m: 11.00; nalk fat iambs luiik cuU lambs SI" bulk fat i-wes 1'rannlt Company lines Penn- sylvania grade oil In Southwest Pennsylvania Pipe lines IJ.Cu: 'ennsvlvanla grado oil In Buckeye HUT IN DEATH VAL1I SOON COMPLET Tonopah. Nevada. Nov. 3.- Bunion dollar "sbaclt" at Dcati ipe Line Company lines Penn grade oil in Eureka 2.50: Kclnter crude in Eureka pipe lines ?A-40; Gael scheme, ft, lighted was a feature of the table i tlom. aa a pep meeting for the; Marietta football game which is Ui be played _ _., at Mark athletic jmrfc Saturday af- Current KCVICW Club ternoon. .A representative hoy and girl se- lected from the student body by the assembly committee, or which Mte For Young Men and Beys, (i lrland the Universal Judgment." -_________ decora-1 Cure n Coin in One Day -iTake Laxative BROMO Tablets. The -Safe and Proven m-iwnfl Thomas Ken- necly. E! C'.Ticlals cf ilio union denied atiy particular significance IHO. Mil. St Mil.. -St. I-f liodt [KlHllll Coiipc-r Paul.. ,ii, pi-ra.... Hallowe'en decorations were used Wednesday evening when the mem- bers of the Current Review club and tlieir husbands were entertained at cdy. (Tbe First and Original CoW and Grip Tablet.) Iture of GLOW Grove Mice Smith is chnlrmnn, nil! sttidressl the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Maurice the assembly and speak in regard cf Lenox avenue. The later! THARP CASE TO RE Has POT T? TJ A T r C 'I'extilo Lcofc lor signa-; A UA. LrUJLjI1 JriAljLbk'ont alikini; A ___ the box. 30c.[ 'New York. No.v. nr-uounca-i   XT rl was arrcstwl iu tllJLijii.'vi.? ii Libia AN b Preparations arc belr.s licrfecteti for the first banquet and "get-together" of the four circles, of the Child Con- League of America, which Will bo held Friday evening at the Toung Woman's Christian Associa- tion. The brinquet will be served at 0 o'clock and will be under the di- rection of Miss McClearv. secretary oJ food administration of "the Y. W. Mrs. Del Packer Charct will give the! Mrs. H.. M. Hlghfleld. Mrs. Ernest Klein, Mrs. J. C. and Mrs. Herbert Mercer. A good attendance or members is desired. IJORM Ctni KXTBBTAIXED Members of the Dorm club were en- Mrs. Harry D. Mechllng nnd Mrs. Herbert Jones were guests of the club Church Party The annual Hallowe'en party for ..fci v 1 kl W i> V t ii- V with an excellent program S the of the church school of up dentials be comp The girl Tuesday a charge' of delinquency! Cincinnati. O Nov S r-nrv filed against her by her uureTiig. jCr.rFEnt.i-r Miller, widow of'a wa- jcrworkf, .flromna Wvorntr.c n (NICARAGUA tcday n TO XT rv fP nf; r EmmCtt Mil- IS NOT COIN r IRMhD; icr. slain In their home. Washington. Nov. reports! tryir.t; Mrs. Miller return- frcm Managua thnt nearly a the not guiity verdict niter four Nlcaraguan hove been hours' deliberation Ip.si night. klUed In a fresh clafli with U. S. Ma-I Ei-iti 1st pdl 'l-'isb lliihber i Co church f .1 principal address of tne evening with I "eono GrnnstalT with Mrs. Knthcrine an uttractive nrocram hplntr Gels Rt piano. Kclstcr led at their weekly meeting nt the Y, M. hrld Wcdnesclay evening at the par-. C. A. Wednesday Musical irh honfe. About sc'vcmv Ruc-sul... entertainment was provided by Miss .nut. he uttractive program being planned were present to enjoy the Bnllowe'cnl enttrtolnnicn.t Rnd music that had b of Stit- -ieved 'th 'J'-iL- V Nov. 3. iIviH'T-nl Motors 'rl-Jllrflll I'.WV Si Hilil.-ltn Co OoM Dust Nurthern Ici-anhj- ii'n-m-rn! Asphalt Oil pfil .104 10714 114V6 5% 54 89 54 H 81 U 2S% 1 S3 "4 .ISO 20 '.4 74 .12BV4 1 SI H ____ ll.S'i 71 W ____ 53 1C ____ CO Cornlnp Krade In Burkcye pipe lines il.46; Somerset grade in Cumlier- Pipe Cornjiany lines nnd Krade oil It) Cumberland Pipe Company lines Lime In- liana Jl.48: Princeton SI.60; 57; Plymouth Watcr- oo ?l.fiO: Pctrolia Canada) LOCAL LIVESTOCK (Prices Corrected Daily.) ZAMOSVII.I.E I'llOVISIO.V CO. noes Prime fancy hoes, 1GO to 200 Ibs ao Fancy butchers, 200 to 240 Ibs Good butchers, 250 O 300 Ibs Smooth young sows under 3aO IDS. Heavy sows, 350 and up 7.50 Heavy and rough hosrs S5.00S6.00 market Scotty's ranch In Grapevine yon. at uppw end of Death Val' wearing completion with thlrtp sans busily enRngod on the jol cording to E. R. Thompson, th gineer'in cbarqe lor Albert Jof the Chicago insurance magnate Quotations: Top. fat lambs ..jlk fat lambs bulk cull lambs bulk fat owes l5.OOBiG.50. UATTI.R Cood ptecrc. SOO to Ihs, OoorJ heifers, COO to Ibs. Good roivg, 800 to 1.200 Ibs. Medium cows, 600 Ibs. up. 8.00. supplies the funds for thfc un ing, the ultimate object of wl still an unsolved mystery. The roofs for this desert ma of architectural bcnuty are read the tiling and severs! artists irr ed from Europe are nt work ca redwood blocks Ior the interior orations. Twenty Indians are ployed to do the common labor. is said to Ue the most artistic j inp range ever built has arrive "This rantre." said Engineer Th son, "will be bunked up wit) tiling so none ol the steel worl be visible." What is it all for? Many question. Both Scotty and Jol declare it is not a money-m scheme and triut it Is not int  Med fwling, with aick licadache, igeation, biliouinewi Jtfutwl by of eomtipatioK Id laxative hu of in vMm Mrs. w. M. Campbell, of 'Woodsfleld. who is a guest here of her daughter. Mrs. William Heck, of. Eureka street, is confined to tho borne with Illness. Mrs. Berths Miller, of Pleasant Val- ley, was a. recent Zanesville shopper. Kirs. F. H. Thompson has returned to her home at Ess t Fulton ham after ,a brief visit in this city. r j C. A. Waymin. of Columbus, -was In i the city Wednesday attending to mat- ot business. Announcement made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Or- Tille ot South: Xanuvllle. The baby WM born Wedneitfay at the hMpttal. Mr. Lcwkrone le principal of tlM South ZimwvUle _. Jacob of ieHefontaine, in ZanefTllle here by the serious llneat of aKtcr, Mra. I. A. Mar- UTTLEJLIVWMTILLS 1 Ralph to. Oault haa returned to Akron after HMWliiv, a mower at Dwoeaa ftills. TOWNSHIP SCHOOL HAS GOOD RECORD An atacndance of 98 per cent for the month of Septecibei-rniid 300 per cent for the month of October, Is the record for the Black Diamond scheol in Harrison township. The following pupils have perfect attendance records for the two months: Herman Boetcher, Charles Merrl- am, Thomas, Norma Stwtes. James Merrlam, Clarence Men-latn. Junlclr Merrlam and Richard Kibble. Doris Powelson teacher. MOXET ACTIOS- The Ohio Brokerage Cp.. of Coiura- biM, IHed suit against Rosen- berg, doing buxinecs at tee People's Meat Market here, in common piens court Thunday, wcsing to recovtr 1327.76 due. FREE MOVIES Two of "pur Gang" conned; and. a two reel featura are oa the program at weekly free for of the boys' department of the T. M. C. A. at. oKCClatlon Frlfiy i _..v iMnnt Ward _. -Ft.NtR.lL LMidtlle States Oil The body of Mrs. Nellie Benedict M K T jWooster. died at Good Samarl-! Pacific taa hospital Wednesday night, will {removed from the Dean 9ms horns to her late home nt 9 vV'fk V" f' Friday rooming. Funeral, HLscult ?V will be there Saturday af-jX H H.irtf and interment .will be i there. ITiands desiring to view Co j body are requested to call nt the Dean farlf ic 9B'i Funeral home before the''bortv IP j, tle "s'-s 2614 ..215 J S 2SVt 75 90% 33 vt, ill00% KTi 24 82-V. z% 41'i 53 ..100 .10 ........1S5 I'ackarvl Motors ji'.-ni m Peto B ,1 IWH, j l t Cit? iT of Mrs, Fred street, win be conducted nt ic Pi'.CTim Evanirt-lir-ut n Ref 64.S -IS'A a Evangt-llesi church at 2 o clock Saturday afternoon and bur- ial will be made in Greenwood ceme- SIGIIT-SEEI.VG TOl'U Twenty-two -members ft thi- Trod Service X J Radio Corp Iron Steel Soars .Iloebui.'k Sinclair Cons....... FOREIGNERS PUT PROFIT BACK fi SOYIET COFFE Moscow, Nov. co sionaircs, apparently convinced o stability of "the Soviet governrjjen slnkinc" surplus profits in Soviet nd of sending the money I More than of the flOOfC internal ionn cf indxistralizatlor been subscribed by private firm business in Eussia oa a co basis. The A. o. Hammer company American pencil, pen statii mnnufacturihi; concession. bought S2ft0.ooo of industrial Prints tulis Pa. bends with a guErimtced return Ohio per cent and iff all probabillt Hennery 00 per cent because of the lottery fresh current turc ccnncctcd with the Issue. 6 lu-avy -S of boncls hn" been 2So: lipht roosti-rs ;y otner concessionaires, and m Ific: Kiii'lns: chicks ZZ'itZlr; ducks! tie sum was given by individual 23ifj2Sc: secpe turkeys men who spend much of: SO''- I time in Russia. Vegetables Tomatoes 75c.Jill.oo! Hnmmcr. n pcrsonnl friend of In, got the first concession gn and probably thp most lucrative nolojjna bulls, 600 Ihs. up (i.50. Bologna cows, 250 Ibs, up 1.00. CAI.VKS veal cnlves Choice veal rnlves S1IKKP Pat sheep 1'at lambs common veal Good butchers to 300 Ibs.. Pivont'Ci: FlUsburirh, P.'i.. Nov. basket: potntnes (Pit.) S.lii U50 cabbage 1.25 bbl. MVB .STOCK Cleveland. O.. Nov. ceiyls market steady: top '10.25. Quotations: 2.10-350 200-250 Ibs. 160-20 Olbs. W 10.25; Ibs SO 130 Ibs. packing sows 250: calves 2DO; market: rattle and calves steady. Hulk quotations: Beef steers 57.25 beef cows low cutter ami, cutter cows group wss ir. Mr. TaJley of Coshoctcn. isoeimr ROIUSED IIOTKI. Severs! biaakcts and comforts e stolen Twin the Wynjcr hotel day evcninp. by a a young mnn woman. The couple drove a touring car and runcie their escape i Police are investigating the matter" Southern Calif Edison Standard OH of N-J 
                            

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