The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 31, 1936 · Page 2
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BLYTHteVlLLK, (ARK.)'' C6UftlEft';NEWS MEW YORK,' Dec, 31 (UP) -An ttwUw ft*t (UKtaKd by ttat- |aa rworfcfof tbe cotton tnde competition with foreign growths, the United jSUlsj m*y tnaXt prog- cess during the coining year Ui rebuilding ita cotton trade In for- fifn countries wheie' It has suf- Itttd severe losses'" However, .full wcovery .can hart ly,' be expected until or unless those countries which h»\e'been forced to reduce their purcbue* at our cotton be- qb*e of it«k of dolUr exchange we enabled to obtain larger of our exchange through (he channcU of trade with us. CALENDAR YEAR COTTON ' DATA - t (Compiled for the United lot tbv p**t;y«r.'ls , lh«t the »arW hu used cotton tt, a hlgh- " by tlie flew.York Cotton Exchange Servjce, Latest figures partly estimated on the baste of current ,«r"t*t« (Jurtrik thcw 1J months .tl«in,-ln tar/pnttai 12 month* in J*t«ry, This hcfmvut be con- 'iid«t»d lU»hly • encBtn»»inj p»r- ttcukrty. to tfcwicC the hure In- ortue'ln production •< . flbref MX! cantoning Uric, Indut- trt*l<rnfemp!o>ni«it.' jtf Is' eonclu* - dye "evidence .th«t cotton is lullf - mkUjUlnln* its n* »s on* of Ui« world'* Brett* bjute commodities. Tils v tecortl'bretltint consump-' - tiontof the sfiple bu been made ......... data.) (In thousands of bain) • CONSUMfttOfJ ItM.... im.,.. i»u,.,. imr.r. CA 13,630 tl^M I2.4W H.SU 13,211 11,781 1IWJ tt,7»t V. S. Vontfn All Exports 5i'7M 9,829 24.532 9,818 2S,J$0 1,426 23,135 23034 '6670 0,440 14,17} 1>,042 1»,7» 9,616 11,273 Jl.«70 1934. «»., W2. 1»31. 1MO. 1929, 13.95 < 11.7J 920 1135 17.55 10.45 12 34 9 90 9£3 500 644 950 866 J.45 13.88 17.04 19.13 Tomato News Mr, and Mrs. Sam Tlllman nre the parentft of a ton. Mtstts Emma tnd Helen Majors and Mr, and Mrs; Edgar Majors of Dopskln, Mo., v,ere the gutsls of Mr, and Mrs. Otorge Staggs on Christmas day. McG'all Carson of Memphis was the Clirtelmas giiebt of hl$ mother, Mrs. Annte Collins. Bud. Nave of Black Island'spent Christmas with.relatives here. J, U MastcrSi principal of the 'i'HURSDAY, DECEMBER"'3iV- 1933 £ Tantto school, • and Mrs. ; ,Mmid Oodman,-primary teacher, have returned to lesuine Umir work 4 ,'Mr', and Mri>,' D* O.' sassers are visaing, relatives In Halls, Tenn, Jycd Dallas and family'are vls- Itlng .relatives''at England, Ark. Charles Curtis Collins, who ; has been 111 with' pneumonia, Is now able to be : up. - ' Mr. and Mrs Arvll Maloiw visited relatives in Tennessee en Christ- mas'day. Mrs, V. p. Malone Is ill with Influenza, Henry Freeman Is 111 with pneumonia, Read courier FOR A CHEERFUL NEW YEAR V 1I.J« ;36,086 7,627 »2«.. ble by.'the fact that uorld production ha* likewise establish-!. 1934. ,ed C new hl«h'record , I mi. Worn the sUndpolnt of Ameri-I 1>j2 ' canfwtton, the otinelpil deretop-, »»'• ,KtnU durluf vthe year have been 1 theveonUzHied control « production;; but, at a somewhat hlfher Ifvtl than to the -previous two ?e*(«,- liquidation of approximaU- ' "-" of the huie government * tirtrtmely Iarg« con-., by idomMtlc mills, and dectaing' comumpUon by foreign a>Ul».' America cotton has con- ,timi»d to weupy » much te«er in tM,!workl cottbB trade in (ornpr times, partly be- lli Is country' has Hot made 'At to tbe world, such large as prertoujjy, and partly fuse c«rtaln iortlgn countries Me to-take u much Am»n cotton-as lonnerly because fy;, are ,unabt» to command the ' ^- anioimt, of dolltr ex- iheM to tthe coming -jm,""* ^t«n> tracje m«y e*pyct j continued- targV consump- t!6n,',of i all BrowUu.o! cotton Lt the|»|grigat«, prottded. that busl- IM» and political ^conditions are stjch that 'World'btr/lrij power is maintained '• \Kpcouragement is "to "be {ound mjihe-prbtptet that the United CJorecament will further •"* fy entirely lio.nldatc ateral' against loans tneje itocks . » crcp of,reasonable stai the 'tomlng year, and 'ii r-Tr—jn-eojloti !s permitted to no* Wo' world .markets In free rHODUCTION--- >«• Cent V.S. Ftoetcn 1«M,... 13,400 17,355 10,<3« 19,7<7 «,S37 13,»7 13,047 13,399 13,002 10,652 17 OM 9,587 13,932 11,386 14.J25 11.J76 .,. fBICEH OF MIDDLING SPOT AT NEW YOSlt (Cenla per pound) Hlfh Lew »36 13*5 1120 1305 in& 12*0 10*5 1188 26,403 22,934 28,446 23,654 26,683 25,318 2«,701 • Everything ;For.JYou'r ' ment and Comfort MADE' WITH ARKANSAS RICE Distributed by MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING CO., F, Ark. ... Phone 63 May They Each Be Happy Days 1 2 '>j I f) 6789 1011 1213-141516 171H1920212223 ' 2;12627282030 With a full Calendar before you, labeled'with 305 da>s, we are expressing the hope that each of them will be happy days >—diys of opjrortunity, sunshine and good cheer far 'each of 'our frtends. Your patronage liaa been appreciated' to tbe utmo&l d(irl]lg"ihe%past year and' »'e respectfully Invite a continuance ;of the rela- lioiis that hata been !)0 • happy to us ! City Drug Store J< S: 15. & /-*"\ * ( ,! I ' * i: • '•*' ' ^ 5 ' -* - V , a '- -> V" i- • 4 ^ ^ . ;- I : ^ '; > , ' A- *• > .? * <l ^^* < •. f . ^ "" . i . - _ v ' 'i j Thank You v ' T 1 * "" /or the opportunity of being of. some service to you in. 1936*- /;Best of All GOOD WISHES I'iv; "'for a HAPPY and L , , J ( t; '';; , PROSPEROUS i -i % i ^-^ '* ~^ ^™*k ^ > ^^^ ;i 1937 ^ - 1 -, -^ vf • • ^ ' t •. s •* ."".-, MR: AND MRS. - { ' : :CHA$. S. -LEMONS \ 4 -'' ' ,' • •> \ -. - • ' ' f ^ Last Time Today "the Stowaway" With Shirley Temple, Roberi Young, Alice Fayo, Kugene Pallettc, Helen Westlcy and Arthur Treachcr. Hear Shirley sing and talk Chm ese. '.hi lier latest und beat picture Shirley Templn and AUco Faye thijlnf; Gordon & Revel'!, latest son; hits. Abo Paramount News and Comedy —Admission— Matinee—10 & 26o Night—16 & 3flc Friday Only A Couple of "Pixilated" Aunts Wear Eddie's Pants! IDWARD EVERETT NORTON t oumonE wymies > Also Comedy aiid • Ne»s —Admission— JIatlnee—10 & : 2flo Night—16 & 36c GIVEN AWAY -FREE! MONDAY, JAN} 4— ' "Princess Pal lieaifty Set" TUESDAY, JAN. 5— ?175.00 15ANK NIGHT! ^^^^^i^MH^i^^iB^Hi^lMft ROXY Adm.—Always 10 & 25c—lo Tl Show Eury Ntght M»t!nccs Friday, Saturday, Sundi Friaay & Sunday Blatinccs—2^1 Saturday Matinee — Continuon ShoBlnjf .— 1:00 Tin 11:00 P. B Last Time Today PAL NIGHT! 2. Adults Admlllcil if.qr Price ot All Children—lOo BLASTED from.today's •j front pages! ^ CHURCHILL C o i u y B 11 rf c Til • Also • Selected ;Shorls Friday - Saturday -I'Vankte-'Dan-o and HoyMoson in "Men of Action" Comedy and Serial LIBERTY CASH GROCERS LOWEST I'RtCICS'IN TOWN 314 W. MAIN ST., BLYTHBVILLE ARK. PRICES FOR 1?K1DAY and SATURDAY ORANGES, Extra Large Juicy!' Dozen > Dozen 15c BEEF ROAST, Armour's Star as,15c BACON, Swift's Oriole, Fancy Sliced. Ib. 30c MEAL, Best Cream/ 24-lJtv Sack 59c Fancy, Pound, 7c Lb. 22c HAMS, Picnic Style 8 to 12 LI). .Average Half or Whole LETTOCE • * Head 4c SUGAR a. ip-Lbs. 47c TURKEYS, Extra Fancy No. 1. Dressed. Lb. 24C Miss Liberty, 12c Loaf For lOc For New Year Good Luck Pound I 2 7ic SALT SQUARE BOX TURNIP GREENS Can Standard Can ', •. Yellow ., 1C Oleo Margerine Ib. 15c HENS Full Dressed Lb. 25 l STEAKS Choice Cuts. K. C. Beef Lb. 25 e HOG EARS "SNOUTS Lb. SPAGHETTI BOX SWEET POTATOES LB 2i c BOX 2V FRESH SPINACH Home Grown Lb. OCTAGON CASHING POWDER Box RYE BREAD LOAF 5' PURE PORK SAUSAGE FRESH m&i-, PORK CHOPS ENI)C Lb. T,h. 2 . CENTER CUTS, Lb 29c 1 CUP CHILI 1 CAN BEANS BOTH 25 C PURE LARD 4-Lb. Pail 65 HAMBURGER Fresh Ground Lb. ^TFW MFAT BONE IN > Lb 31CII mCHI BONE OUT, Lb. Shoulder PULLMAN LOAF DOG FOOD VIGO COCONUTS GREEN CABBAGE COFFEE *?"' PROCESS BUTTER 12 c 5 C 5 0 OC LI). O Lanc i,, 19 C u, 31 C CRACKERS 2LBBOX 15 GRAHAM CRACKERS „ 10 SQUASH Whilc or Yellow fi c PALMOLIVE SOAP VINIGfla " El flISP ' Shiblcy's : rLUUn IIBBYS PEACHES LIBBYSPEARS CRANBERRY SAUG ESAP PEACHES n u K G • '.If!, Qfl c il-Lu; Xsc* vw 2WCW. 17° 2'/ 2 Can 1* E c,,, 15 C 101 C Lb. 1&2 LUZ8AMNE COFFEE ,„ 26° COFFEE 1>ri «'c of Memphis •i'7C — • I.I). 1 1 COFFEE ... « iss Liberty ;. ih ; 20° MIXED SAUSAGE KRABT "" POST TOASTIES CATSUP RUBY MUSTARD SARDINES «EC \ 3 Lbs. £v Barrel AJJC :i Lbs. £9 . Bran Flakes Free OO Pkg. 0 ' W e > in c Full Quart IV American A t'C Can Of- TISSUE^- : s ™ ta * 3MS 19 C , TEXAS FIGS PORK & BEANS 9 0'; : ., : '- Libby's ' ' T'C Can I ' PINEAPPLE JUICE "^..'l^.i LIFE BUOY SOAP PURITY OATS SPAGHETTI 3 Bars Iv PKG 6f Skinner's ^ 7^ Pkg. 1 1 AD!) Comiwund TPC I-HIIU • , ' 4-Lb. Carton 09 TOMATOES Sland CORN 1>ride of PIE CHERRIES SALAD DRESSING PEANUT BUTTER ard No. ( 2 Can OC^ 3 for fcv Illinois . 1O1C No. 2 Can 1*2-' •loio No. 2 Can I* 2^ M ' "C.:. : -.' • • ••-" ./;..:;•:- ..«eo, : : Quart fcv

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