The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 1, 1938 · Page 10
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 10

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Saturday, January 1, 1938
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THE MORNING HEItALD, HAGEKSTUWN, MAKYLANI). SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 193S. TRADING SLUGGISH ON MARKET PRICES DOWNWARD INSLOWTRADING £ Trends Generally Down| ward During the ' \ New York, Dec. 31 (/P)— Stocks •baffled out of the old year in to- diys market with trends gcner- ^ally pointing downward. \i was one o£ the most .aluggisl Closing Prices Stock Market Amn Can Amn Tol and Tel Amn Tob B Amn Water Wks Anaconda G.1V4 11% 2814 10 B and O Beth Steel C and O ................... 33 « Whot The Market Did Fri. Thurs. Advances . .. Declines . Unchanged . . Total Issues 3sz 283 23V 802 C2(i 81 S3C BALTIMORE GRAIN BalUinorc, Dec. '11 (/f; — Wheat: No. 2, red winter, garlicky, spot, domestic, 9-1%; De-;, 9'(?i. ll>s., J8.110-S.OO; ers. ?S.OO; few beef J5.50-V.OO. Good closiilK $1.00 'higher ago, {12.00-50. Hogs: Good Ihs., J9. 15-40; p MONiCi INVISSTtOl) III ad nfterlns for pal articles you need silrprf.slnely quick and returns. VESTOCK (/(>)- (USDA.) sood, 1150.1200 weighty hcif- { cows above limn fat cows, medium bulls, tilers steady, !• than week choice, 120-200 cnl top, $9.40. ffJ.90-7.-10. in a classified it a fair price. lonKer. brlnss id satisfactory LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros.. Benevola Local Prices Paid Producer* Wheat 90c Corn bbl. SOc Shoulder , Ib UOc Country Him ', Ib 26c D & G Pig & Hog Meal A balanced Feed that brings results. Give it a trial, HOWARD'S 7 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806 Eggs doz. 24c Spring Chickens ... Ib 16c to ISc Old Chickens Ib. ICc to 18c Butter Ib. SOc Lard Ib. lOc Apples bu. 60 to 76 Country Bacon Ig. 18o Onions bu. 75c TlllC AIJ.S In the Classified Section arc n.« varied a." vour need*. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co. TELEPHONE 2000—2001 NO NEGLIGENCE. Washington, Dec. Ill (IP).— A 'marine Inspcctio: board reported today that It founJ no criminal legligcneo iu connection with the destruction by fli 1 ' of the steamer City of Haltlmoro on the night of last July 28. The report said, however, that it WINDOW SHADES WALL PAPER R. M. HAYS & BROS. 28-30 W. Washington St. did not appear that this mastei showed the "Initiative, competence to handle emergencies and good judgment that th« public has the right to expect o' a master of a msseimer vessel." 1'KUPL.K WHO :irn forced to move Kiithlcnly oflen part with their fur- nl'uro at verv low prices through "Household Goods" ada in tile Cla.ssiliri' Section. Uncalled For Bargains In .leuelr.v. -I.UKCiiue. .Mimlrnl IiiMfr (Mils. CIIIIK mill C'lotliliiK Harry's Loan Office 55 N. Jonathan St. Tragedy and Comedy By LEE FALK and PHIL DAVIS MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN sessions of the month with the .WEL.L,ru. 8E DARNED/ SOUND ASLEEP/ SO WOULD YOU BE, IF YOU A FEW GALLONS OF WINE INSIDE OF YOU, YOU'LL HAVE TO CARRY HIM INTO THE CAGE. WELL-THAT WAS A NEAR-TRAGEDY TURNED INTO A COMEDY. NOW— LET'S GO BACK AND FIND THOSE TWO- THEM WAS UP IN TREE --ME GET/ A few aircrafts, stee's and special Gen Motors ............... 30 Goodrich ................. 13 Goodyear ......... . ....... 17 ties displayed an Inclination to edge forward, but many leaders off fractions to a point at YOU D BETTER COME DOWN PEACEFULLY/ I'VE 60TAFEW THINGS TO SETTLE WlTH YOU TWO/ Int. Harvester ... ........... 62 finish, with a handful showing YEAH/WELL COME Ligg and Myers B thought further dennn- Ward ................ :tl elation of "hig business" by |Sec- UP AND GET US/ eUTHVARNVOU, THIS'LLBEATOUGH TREE TO CLIMB/, IT'S GOT LEAD fa BULLETS IN ITS I _ LEAVES/ _>J jetaiy Jckes was at least mildly Nat Dlst ................... 20% N Y Central ............... 16% depiessing to financial sentiment. At the same time a little comfort was derived from the comments of the President at his press cou sides were aimed at a minority of "malefactors" and not at business as a whole. The Associated Std Brands ................ 8 .of 60 stocks was off .3 of a point The low of the yea U S Rubber ................ 23 41.7 and the high 75.3. By GLENN CHAFIN and HAL FOREST third time in 39 years that the Just Try arid Keep Cool! TAILSPIN TOMMY market has sold down in the con- West Union ................ z\V. Wsg Elec .......... , ...... 951,4 Woolworth cluding week. Transfers amounted to 780,115 shares compared with 913,360 yesterday. PAR OFF THE RADIO BEAM ' GREAT GOSH! SHW SANDWICHED IM BETWEEM NEEDLE RID6E AMD HIGH CREST-! TRY MOT TO SOUND Excirro! YOU'LL GET HER ALL RATTLED TO SEVE1NTEEM THOUSAND DONT CLIMB STEEP. ..TOO RISKY .MAKE SHORT, CLIMBING TURMS fi so FAR YOU'RE DOING SWELL . WE'RE. BETTIMG THAT'S MY POSITION, DENVER. . ALTITUDE TEPM THOUSAND CEILING STILL ZERO-ZERO COURSE, PLYIrHG THROUGH A FOG- BOUMD MIGHT, THE BIG AIRLINER., WITH ITS LOAD OF SCRE.AMIMGj P R A Y I rn G PASSENGERS, ROARS OMWARD, WITH BETTY'-LOU AT THE CONTROLS AND TOMMY Ano SKEETER STILL U.MCOMaCIOUS IM THE REAR COMPARTMENT CHICAGO GRAIN Tim Fluent Coffee on Snle Todnr CHEER CUP COFFEE ... Ib. Chicago, Dec. 31 (/p) — Closing grain prices: Wheat: May, S9?i-90; July, 84%- Double Vour Money Bitch (iuiinintcf if riMi dnn'l tliinil HO. Coin. Jan., 60'i; May, 61%-%; July, 61'A-%. Triangle Food Stores EXCUSriT, PLEASE! By COULTON WAUGH Knights Errant, 1938 Trad*riiork Acolled For U. a Pitonl DICKIE DARE WHAT&A fAY, DAN? THI5 HIT5 ME JI5T IN TH' 5POT-- LETf -SIGN OH Ode HUNDRED PERCENT OKAY, PARTNER! • OUR RESOLUTION FOR THE NEW BUT IT'4 THOUfAHDZ Of MILES AWAY- • TO UNCOVER IT WOULD MEAN F-ACIN& pS KIND OF DAN6ER AND n WOULD NEED NOT ONLY MOHEY, BUT MEN AND BOY*, WILLING TO RI5K , WEI/? LIVE5/ C WHBKE ANGLE"COMS5 IN, DICKIE! A NEW •SOURCE OF RADIUM HA4 BBEN WHICH WOULD BE OF UNTOLD VALUB . TO HUMANITY-- ^--' By PAUL ROBINSON — YJELL.VIl-lEM PAT FAINTED, | I GOTTO SMELLIN'ABOUND HE1Z COOM ,'.','-YOU KNOW-- I PEMEMBEC WHEN WE WERE ON THE WAN. UP TO THE WoCTH ESTATE ? HOW 5 THAT FOR A FIND" HER SANDAL? —AND WITH MUD ON IT LETSSO,,"IFTHISSHOE Kfe' 1 FITS THOSE TRACKS —? IT'LL LOOK; AS IF PAT WAS PUT HER TOOT INTO IT!! m p ATR | C /A I said I don't know where your old baseball is! SOMEONE SHOr AT US J -AND VJE FOUND THE GIRL'S FOOT- RZINTS IN] THE MUD- BACK OF THE TREE ? THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY MIXED up IN THIS ? I CANT BELIEVE IT.? P-SST! MK, JOHES - DOfJ'T LOOK MW, BUT DO YOU SEE THAT/HAlJ O\l£g s Atf UtJCLE, AND GUESS. HE'S woeef/Hs - Yep, ovee/t PUHCH US a/tVS A AlAH LAST Y£AE .' 3y GEORGE SWAN HIGH PRESSURE PETE oo EH9 O<= MO HS!S 7ii BST YOU A T-BONE DOESN'T KNOW we've GOT A WHV YE4? <3A/ cue I4ANP& AT LEAST He HAsfJ'T G4IO HAPfY NSW YSAK By LES FORGRAVE A^D V^E'VE COT TO USTEM, BETv4 \ HOMH . MUSTN'T BE UEPT AL-OSiE NO, BUDDY. THenfe'S OMUV, OME TvAVMG TO DO. HE WEEDS OKAY, YOU ASKED K)E IT' H4PPT NEWWAR . I'M Goitre A^TER. A DOCTOR.

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