The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1951 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 11, 1951
Page 11
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, Christmas Can't Come Too Early for Merchants By SAM D AAV SON NEW YORK, Oct. U. i/p>—Christmas can't coma to early this year for the merchants—Christmas buy- Ine. to ba exact. If love and generosity don't, overwhelm the buying public this year, it'll b« a sad thfiiR: indeed, Merchant* havp been plagued for a king (irne now with over-stuffed Inventories, with buylnR relucts nrr on the part of (he public, rising prices, and finally by a late /fill. NfOBt retailers say thpy expert a good Christmas trade. They may not reach the record tntn!=, of last Christmas, however, since ftin l!)5fi Yuletide was marked bv ihp first spurt of 'he second round of \car- scare buying. TJ7(5 ywr, relail trntle probably will look fhc best, [n comparison Tith last year, rhmnp Octobfr and November. People used up thrir cash in the summer nf Iflsti on sugar, sheets and nylon?, suvrd up during October and November, nnd then in December solrt Mirlr savings bo net s lo buy household gacJgeU. and cars, Kustnes* U Picking Up Retail business is picking up now whenever a cold wa\ r e htr.*;. N'e-A' York resident buyers for mit- nf-town stores rejxirt re-orders in- crpasinp this xpck from citirs where the first frost of thn year has stint customers to the ."hops. | The success of price entR in inov- ]ojiB-stncnant, storks pnu the clothing industry in a riitemmn—tt'x been in a dither all week trylim to explain the risr> in aoo! prims at the Australian auctions this month, nccause. of (his, several woolen miils have withdrawn (hen cprint; line*, lo .^ee if they should price them higher, Picture Is Mltcrf In women's wear, the plrture i.- mixed -Sportswear sales are acijvn and prices firm. The fur bnsLnes-; is very slow, with sale. 1 ; aboui H5 p^i rrni behind last year—fur mrr- rhanis say cooler wpathor will change this, Statistically, the federal / reports this week on how things went in August, installment, sal?;, 1 at department stores were 21 per •cent under a year ago, and rhar^rt [accounts were 1 per cent lower, but j collections were four per cent, bet- 1 trr. In ret.ail furniture fiforrs. InsLall- inent accounLs dropped nine pp i cent in August below a year a tin, Inventories were Jfi per cent hr^ln-r, the board rcporU, anrl rhar;'e account, sales were down !6 per cent. Wholesale home furnishuiK sates Jii Aucrnst fotalJed tMl million, compirerj -vilh J2M million in 1950. September .shrwcd belter in most lines, and October should look very /awrftbtc romparcil in a year BKO. Hut the real test will cmne with ^thn Christmas ii-adn. Whafs Srmta i Clause yot this year (or the mcr- 1 rhunt? Yonks in Korea Shop for Yuletide Spanish War Vets To Forf Smith Doctor Says Continued from Page a cayJflg food around (he, tw?lh or j gums, bad tissue of Die gunis such ' as pyorrhea, foods which ar« eaten j and their odors eliminated through! Mi ft lungs such as garlic or onions, 1 over-smoking, alcoholic beverages, ami a numbrr nf diseases of (lie i with which the hair falJt out, Q—Please explain the cause and proper treatment for fungits Infection of the locnaiLs, —R. o. D. A—The treatment of fun;ui Injections of the nans IB considered to be crtfi at the most difficult problems f acini skin specialists. Matty treatments with chemicals have been described and are frequently employed. Sometimes X-rays have , . . . ,.-,,[ proven useful. It is so difficult, how- |Slrm.»r.h, hmss. ,,r Moort. 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