Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 25, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 25, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, Febrti<ify 24,1fS4 , Jenkins .Attorneys Will make one Arkansas - Courts to teL ''•aaaa'WWu-BiStmVSi l*k« twin, burn and iteh out . ot BlmWe pIlM. D&vttap&l mnd twcS by doctdH of ThofrttoH ft Mtno*- H</«pltBl, futtimi* tot "jurglcdl^itatte" patient*. Wttrks 1v6flfl£fti t for ^vcfrydny MJtiof) HwlnirOlnttmfitt t>t s»«,.,,.i»,,.nu> ,i drntfclrt'* *fly.faAJ9i«»QflBiV . .^ y.. N-CANCELLABLE POLICY Issued by _ e» — • Blrth-io years Guarantee P c«mlum will 6</6f ' tntrease ^T" ' ' ' ' Bod any Hospital or'OOctor * ' "*»c ,».i «»w j****t rGllnoiO , , ; local agent ttCIL WEAVER P. O. Box 104 MARKETS 8T. UOUIS LIVESOCK ^ ^ STOCKYAKDS 111. (#f ; _ Hbgp,7"000; fairly active, tin- event; \vcights 180 lb up mostly lowef than yesterday's average S'ime over 270 lb off less i t70 lb down unchanged: sows 25-50, ftiostly 25 lower; bulk choice 100- lb 25.7S;28*10 several loads choice Nt), • 1 and 2 or uniform I^IS under 220 lb 26.15; 240-270 lb 24.56-25.50; few to 25.75 270-310 lb 23.7524.75 150-170 lb 25.002600; sows 100 lb down 237 heavier sows 22>23.00; boars 10.00-200.00. Cattle 1.800, calves 80 relatively little Tone on steers; some steers and butcher yearlings about Steady cows . finding active Uc rnarid at steady to sUong prices: Utility and commercial 11.-13.00; for-Jenkins will be presented Friday .morning; to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Epperson said the petition will Be based on new evidence in the casfif. and will ask that the state's high tribunal order Garland Circuit Court to re-try the killer for the murder of a young, girl. 'The decision to take the case before th'e state Supreme Court once •more was made after a conference last night with chief defense attorney Q. Byrum Hurst of Hot Springs, Epperson said. ports which showed forthe first time this season loan repossessions exceeded new entries into the loan, thus adding to the - free supply of cotton. Late afternoon prices were 15 to 40 cents r. bale lower than the previous close. March 34.24, May 34.27 and July 34.19. Icanners and cutters largely bulls and vealres unchanged: utility and commercial Trulls 12.0014.00; cutter bulls' largely 10.50- POULTRY AND PRODUCE 11.50 good am! choice veale'rs, CHICAGO , Feb. 25 <>) — Live 23.00-27.00; individual head prime noultry stea dy; receipts 305 coops; to 29.00: commercial and low good| FoB paying prices unchanged, vealers 1000-2200. [heavy hens 2932 light hen's 1820 Sheep 900 lambs active, steady frye) . s broilcrs 22 26; old-roosters 93 score AA 65 92 A 64.75; 90 B 62.5: 89 C 61.5 cars 90 B 63 89 C 62.25. Eggs irregular; receipts 9,970; Kvholesale buying prices V 2 higher ito ( 2 lower U. S. large 42.42.5 | U.S. mediums 4; US standards '•40 current receipts 39.5; dirties i and checks 38.5. grains eased on the Board of Trade today although wheat sold at higher prices throughout much of the session. The trading pace was considerably slower than on other days this week. Language Class to strong; bulk choice and prime woolcd lambs 225-23.25; top 23.25, including load 105 lb this, equalled ! LITTLE .ROCK W — Batcsville— Floral area: Market about steady, jOfferings light, and generally rf 'short of good demand. Trading ; moderate. Prices at the farrn^ broilers or fryers, 2¥ 3 to 3 pounds.] making any sharp gains. 1618; ducklings none white rock!22 to 23 cents. Mostly 23 cents. ROCHSETE.R N.Y. (UP)—T h e 30-odd women and their foreman in the temple manufacturing department of an optical plant here , . . ... • , ihave learned the sign language in Reports of dust in the air m| order to communicate with a M- scvcral places in Kansas stirred] Jow workpr Esther Perry. Miss, up .1 little demand for new crop 1perry who went to work at tho! wheat, futures while the old crop. Thuron p]ant in j 920 - is a clrm ! contracts were helped by prospect.j prcgs operator. She helped her of exports to West Germany, Yuj or jg inal associates earn the sign •goslavia and Korea. {language and newcomers through! i Enough profit taking entered (the years also took it up. soybeans to prevent them from APTMPlTlfi " caponettes 3032. Butter steady receipts 817,522: highest since August; few utility wholcsa]e buying prices unchanged grade woolcd' lambs 18.00-19.00: aged sheep steady slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00 occasional sales light ewes above 6.00; aged bucks 4.00. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO, Feb. 25 I/PI — Most Wheat closed -?'B to 1 cent higher 74.74, r ye to 1 cent lower March $2.17-2.17'i, corn unchanged March $1.17-1.16, and soybeans to % lower. March ; $1.50%. oats 1J2" 2 lower to 1 cent higher, March cents lower to higher, March $3.343.33—. Find New Curt For Pain Users Relelee - Supply ftu»H«« M*c* Victims of crippling nrthrlt!«, rh*nm«t!»« anil neuritis pnln cnn take jo.vou* n*» hop* from nnnounc<-mpnt nf tlrnmntic jo" 1 *'" *™ n new formula which combines 4 rtraftl iB1» ono tablet capable of relievine nwnteift* pnin in joints and imi«ele». AceoMmir to cllnicnl reports, this new rompminrt, cllIM VERTASOL,>*ct3 Internally to curb tortnr. ous nrthritis, rhnumnttoro, neuritis pain in back, hands, arms. lc(rs and shoulder* yet Is snfe to tnke. requifpn no prt»cr!ftion. With tears of joy In their fc)re», hum *ml women vho formerly siiffefed rffead stnbome torture of arthrltli and rheumatism piiln in swollen joints and muscles now tell 01 blMsed relief nfterusInK It. ' ,-. . VERTASOL costs >3.00 but i-onslderln* r«. F\i1ts ils not expensive. IS only J)e«n!*» t>t< dose. 'Sold with money back guaranteo b» J, P. Cox Drug •— Hop* — Mall Orders Filled NEW VORK STOCKS NEW YORK, Feb. 25 WFirm ness persisted today in the stock ! market following a three-day dc Icllnc. Prices were up around a point at the outside with the exception of a few Issues affected by cor porale developments. Losses were small and widely scattered. Major divisions showing up well included railroads, steels, rubbers, electronics, and aircrafts. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK Feb. 25. UP)—• Cotton futures drifted lower today on scattered liquidation and hedging, ho edge was taken off the market by the latest weekly cotton loan re SHOP BERRY'S Friday and Saturday fllmys a Best Buy! LETS EAT CHICKEN Arkansas Poultry Week Feb. 25 thru Mar. 5 KM/. CRACKERS -g31c DEL MONTE GRAPEFRUIT ,, JUICE No. 2 Can AUNT JEMIMA ' COME IN'AND^Sfe HER DELICIOUS PANCAKES! -'^ £ IN OUR STORE ; - 4«&\L PAY MARCH 20 FOLGERS COFFEE 1 Lb. Can 95c 2 Lb. Can 1.89 mm, 5 [ Large JTT/* Cans n 'i L +, VI ->< SILVER MIST FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag 10 lb. Bag 25 Lb. Bag 49c 89c 1J Fresh Buffalo Fish .River Fi?h'-'^ ZLOC irk Roast lb.49c fgopKik*-,, ft kf ' • Jf toast lb. CHOICE MEATS BRISKET OR RIB Stew Meat lb. ALL MEAT MIXED Sausage 3 Ibs. -JJc SPf TO OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT FRESH JUICY ORANGES 29c EXTRA NICE GRAPES 2 Lbs, 25c CABBAGE the face of rising costs, we cut the price of Coffees. coffee before the East giving you tage of our lower costs B B Even though coffee is costing us more are reducing our retail price, to give you below our replacement costs! Many selling at a dollar a pound or more. NEW KROGER PRICES Reduced to 3 lb. bag reduced to $2.45 Brand Reduced to Tfeshly firound Cofffea Tastes Better! Remember, Spotlight and French Brand :are top- . quality, finer-flavored coffees ... freshly ground when you buy for better flavor in your cup. Buy 'em in the bean ... grind 'em fresh ,,. and enjoy these special low prices. >!* .'« j.u,

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