The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 12, 1938 · Page 5
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HEIGHT THE MORNING! HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1938. STOCKS RALLY IN FINAL HOUR EMIUOJJEJARE LATER RECOVERED Quiet Profit Realizing the Rule During Market Session New York, Jan. 11 (^-Stocks worked up a mild last-minute rally in today's market alter « shifty lession during whi<* most leaders were at lower levels. Early declines'running to a pom or more were replaced with ad vances of fractions in most in stances but there were a few widei upturns when • the final gong sounded. Quiet profit realizing was thed rule the greater part of the day traders being inclined to cash in at least part of the'r gains In view of the sharp recoveries of Saturday and Monday. The armaments theme continued to sustain aircrafts. Douglas ran lip 2Vi points in the last hour to 45. Du Pont jumped S?i at 119, despite the rather gloomy picture of fli-st half business pictured Monday by the president o: tins company. Others ahead were: U. S. Steel. 60%; ' Bethlehem, 65%: General Motors, 37>i; Chrysler, 5954; Canada Dry, 17; Yellow. Truck, 13%; Santa Fe, 401.4; Electric Power and Light, 12%; American 'Water Works^ 12%; Dome, 55; Anaconda, 36%; St. -Louis Lead, 40M, and Best and Co., 36. Some preferred issues gained ground, Budd Mfg. moving up 4% at 54%. Closing Prices Stock Market Leonardo Da Vinci never finished the first painting lie began. It was "Adoration of the Magi," a canvas ordered by the monks of St. Donate. Amn Can 82 Amn Tel and Tel 149 Amn Tob B 71% Amn Water Wks 12% Anaconda 36% B and O 10Va Beth Steel 65% C and 0 • SSW Chrysler 59% Douglas Aircraft 45 Gen Elec 44% Gen Foods 33 % Gen Motors 37% Goodrich . ...^ 18% Goodyear '22% Int Harvester 70 Int Tel and Tel 714 Ligg'and Myers B 102% Mont Ward '. 36 Nat Dairy 16% Nat Dist 23 N Y Central '. 19Vi Packard iiy s Penn R R 23y 4 Radio 7y s Hep Steel 20% Sears Roebuck 63% Soc Vac 16% Std Brands 9 Std Oil N J 51% itudebaker G% U S Rubber 28% U S Steel 60% iVarner Pict ..., 7% West Union 26% Wsg Elec 107% Woohvorth 40& What The Market Did Tues. Man. Advances ,*... 457 697 Declines .212 90 Unchanged , 190 97 Total Issues 859 884 BALTIMORE HAY Baltimore, Jan. 11 (/p) — Hay: Good timothy, clover and mixed, nominally $12.00-15.00 ton. Straw: No. 1 wheat, $9.00 ton; oat, $9.00 ton. BALTIMORE LIVESTOCK Baltimore, Jan, U (XP)—(USDA.) Cattle: Cows steady, low cutters and cutters, J4.00-E.OO; low medium and fleshy cows, $5.25-00; little else on offer. Good vealers strong, mostly $12.50-13.00. Hogs: Good and choice, 120-200 IBS., average, $9.20-45; practical top, $9.45; 210-240 Ihs., $8.80-9.20; 250-300 Ibs., $8.40-80. Good packing sows, $6.90-7.40. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., Benevola Local Prices Paid Producers Wheat 94c Shoulder Ib. 20o Potatoes bu. 60c Country Ham Ib. 2ic Eggs doz. 24c Spring Chickens .., Ib 16c to 18c Old Chickens Ib. 16c to 18c Butter Ib. 30c Onions bo. 76c Lard Ib. lOc Apples bu. 60 to 76 Country Bacon IK. 18c BIRTH BATTERY READY Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Jan. 11 (/p).—The artillery battery which will announce the birth of a child who one day may reign over Thr Netherlands, was provid- Corn, per bbl. 90c ed today, with sufficient ammuni- tion to fire tho prescribed salutes— 101 rounds for a prince, 51 for a princess and double honors In case of twins.. The health of Crown Princess Juliana, wiiose confinement fs ex* pected this month, was reported excellent by her physicians. ^SB THE CLASSIFIED Alls as your guides In thrifty buying. Quality FURNITURE AT LOWEST PRICES TliR OrlKlnnl Miller's Furniture Store 31 S. POTOMAC ST. AW, PLEASED TAKE IT E-alt Lake City, Jan, 11, (/!'). —Mrs. Bessie Friedman, handed the desk sergeant ?1. She had ov- erparkcd, she said, but lost her ticket. The sergeant said the police had lost their copy, too, and there was Safety and Servia Since 1893 74NICODEMW NATJONA1BANK HAGEFJSTOWN, M D. no record against her. But Mrs. Friedman insisted, "I own It to the city," she said, "and this is the only chance I'll have (o pay it." Tho Sorbonno, Paris educational • center, was founded in 1252 as a house for poor students.- LIBERAL LOANS on ijoivelry, colil, diamonds »ll- frrmlre, Kliot KHUN, chitlllns or inythlnj; eluo or vinue, . Harry's Loan Office I.ICE.NSKD I'AWMIItOKKK 55 N. Jonathan St. 25c The Fluent Coffee on Side Today CHEER CUP COFFEE .... Ib. Dnulile V.mr Money IllK'k Gnnr nn(ee 1C rou don't tliink HO, Triangle Food Store* EXCUSE IT, PLEASE!' \Stop that clam whistling! THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY Trademark Applied Tor D. S. Titcnl Office HEADACHES ENOUGH I 70 KNOW WHY PATSy DOESH'T \ KATE TOP BILLM6 lN"urne /MELODY.' >— : ^ I YOU SHOULD BE eV8BM6 TOO.' AFTBE 7He"&HASHlMG SUCCESS SCORED 'M "M6EL CHILD, ITS A DOWUe/6tJT INSUL7 FOE UEE TO BE- SlLLSD \MD££ — A TOKU S/N6SIZ ; FAUGH.' GAfLOED IS THE l!A/ME i /tie. PANBEE6-AND SlMCE YOU A6ZK MTU/tie, YlUO l£ ££•• £POh/si8Le Foe THI'& PIKE (f MONUMENTAL BLUNDERIN6? Teti-TAKK" TUCKSE K THE FLEA /A/ ThlE OINVHStfT -I WISH HE DIDN'T DIRECT £0 MAtfY HIT PIC- MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN The More The Merrier By LEE FALK and PHIL DAVIS WHAT ARE YOU --GOING TO DO? 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' REMEMBER, DICKIE., WHEN YOU LEFT MB IN HAITI, I PROMISED TO FIND A WAY TO BKItiG> YOUR BOAT UP HERB ? IVEU., SHIPPED IT ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON I TOLD VOU THEV WOULDNT STOP AT ANYTHING TO ;<eep HER FROM -± GONE ?OH.* DON'T TELL ME SOMETHING'S HAPPENED TO HER ?? WAIT A-MNUTE-1HATIXC5NT MAKE SENSE,,? DO AWAN WITH HER ? DON'r BE SILLV .» HEE OLD MAN |S PLANNIM6 TO KAME HEI2 MAPRV THIS O1HEI2 COOKIE, ISNr HE ?_SH6'S HID--THAT'S VJMAT..' Hi 1) ^ ^ COME ON. LETS In the.basdtnent, — in a Sccmb. sound-proof room - SEARCH THE JOINT WE'LL HAVE TO MAKE IT SNAPPY.'/' SOMEBODY MAN COME /' HIGH PRESSURE PETE By GEORGE SWAN we. soTTpi. U'je TACT, \4piNK-lHOtfL tibftv^ i^iu 0E 0ftCr< Pl6fMM. PiNO WE'LL tW 'EM-\'LL«e Tv\E. O-Ef?v< ftMO OFFlCEr? && WILL HIDE gEWWD LCOPYRICHT. 1^:18. KING FEATURES SYNDICATE. Int. >fe t W^V BIG SISTER By LES FORGRAVE DOM'T VJORRV.BOODV. SPECK WCXT BOTvlER I VOO '-r US AW ANNPOU ^T LOT. ^ _ l|/)lli|||l)lillllllnii;iiiMii<HI-.v- DVOVOU?GOOD! JUT. 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