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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 05, 1929, Image 5

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THE DAILY WttSg, WHITfePLAINg, W. Y„ 3ATUBDAY, OCTOBER 5, 19t9 FINANCIAL NEWS — STOCK MARKET REVIEW in NewTork Stocks WESTCHESTER COUNTY 1907 -AT YOUR SERVICE- 1929 THE CITIZENS BANK To Corp ------------------- M 63V To Oulf ------------------- MV MV Tim Roll Borin* ------ 118 H 117 V TobProd* ------------------ 10V Ua Oil Cal —. ------- - — MV Un Carbide ---------------- 119 V 118 ColGaaJtElao Col Qraph ------- Are Named as Depositorie* by Commissioner Lynch For State General Fund Cash Albany, Oct 8 ( Special ) — Fifteen banks of Wastcbestsr County ara d catenated bars today by Thomas M. Lynch, commission, to Stats Comptroller Morris S. Tremaine for dsposlts of stats central fund money. They are as follow: Bronzvllle Qramalan National Bank aiM Trust Co. tlflJMO Harts- dale NatWnnl Bank, lfi.000; Larch- Whits Plains do -not rots strictly on party lines and cannot be Influ ­ enced by the editorial column a of a partisan newspaper. ■loess In Philadelphia, where he re ­ mained nearly a month before be- in* able to return to Engla n d. He was. treated by Dr. S. BoUs-Coben. whom he will vlalt on leaving Washington next week. Wm. R. Hogan, Hastings At ­ torney ^Undergoes Trane- fusiofiMo Save Angela - Sutherland, Yonkers In an effort to save the life of his, flancse, Ul>- Angela Suther ­ land. William K Hogan, a young attorney of Hastings, gave a pint of bis blood. Miss Sutherland la a aloes of former Mayor Laalle Suth ­ erland of Yonkers, and la critically 111 of malignant endocarditis. The transfusion took place in 8L Johns' Riverside Hospital, Yonkers. After the operation, the patient Improved, but It was stated that she was not Advertisements Are A Quide To Value and Trust Co, 818,000; Mount Ver ­ non Trust Co, SRMXX); ML Vernon American National Bank and Trust Co, 810.000; New Rochelle North avenue Ba nk and Trust Co, 810,000 Ossining first National Bank and Trust Co, 85,300; Port Cheater Orxt National Bank and Trust Co, 88,000; Port Chester Mutual Trust Co, of Wee tehees ter County, 8*V 000. Also. Rye National Bank. 87,000; Scarsdalo National Bank and Trust Co, 810,000; Tenytown Washington Irving Trust Co, 820,- 000; and Yonkers Tim National E XPERTS can roughly estimate the value of aproduct by looking at it. More accurately, by handling and exa min i ng it. Iti ap ­ pearance, ita texture, the ‘ 'feel ” and the balance of it aU mean something to their trained eyes and fingers. “ ~V — But no one person can be an expert on steel, brass, wood, le at h er , foodstuffs, fabrics, and all of the materials that make up a list of per ­ sonal purchases. And even experts are fooled, sometimes, by con ­ cealed flaws and imperfection*. There is a surer index of value than the senses of sight and touch . . . knowledge of the maker's name and for what it st a n ds. Hera is the most certain metnod, except that of.actual use, for Judging the value of any manufactured goods. Here Is the only guarantee against careless workmanship, or the use of shoddy ma teri als. ^, 'y This is one important reason why it pays to read advertisamsMto and to buy advertised goodu The product that is advertised is westhg of ydnr confidence. a traffic algn and driving • lloana*. raoclvad a n M rrchsndlse must be good or It could not Buy odvortiood goods.

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