The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
Page 8
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PACK Today's Markets Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) — Prices declined fractions to two poin'5 on (ho stock exchange lo- -dny with weakness centering on \ slims anil Comulldnlcd A. T. and T Anaconda Copjier ...... ltetlilcli?m Stffl , CJiry.slcr Coca Cola Genera) American Tank Gwiernl Electric Gem-mi Motors IiUcrimliomil Hnrvcstcr Monteoinrry Ward New York "omral Packard Phillips Petroleum Rndto Corp SlmmoTis Jier^s St. Louis-San Francisco Standard ol N. J Texas Co U. S. SIM.O U. S. tinidllii? 100 1-2 10 20 R-H 33 7-8 M2 1-2 K 17 7-8 23 31 3-4 27 1-2 20 3-8 more llinn M cctiis a bnlo lower, own high low close Dec 1210 1213 1202 1M3 Jnn 1213 1215 1207 1207 March 1217 1221 12)1 1212 M.1.V l!>2! I223 1212 12I4 Jill)' m? I220 1209 I20>| OM 1I7J H87 mi H77 Sjiots closed steads' HI 1234. oil' 12. j Dc'inJjBhn 200 Years Old UNION CITY. Tcnn. (UP) — A small. hoUle, or ctcmljolin, which Is over 200 yours old ttml which Inis l«cn in her family live gt'lier- aliens is the proud possession ol Mm. N. E. Jenkins of Union City. The world's biggest stamp cot- lection Js said to be tliat of the family, of Baron P. von Ferrary oi Paris. The collection \vns begun In 1860, and has cost Its owner approximately $2,000,000 to dale 14 1-2 r> 1-2 8 3-t 13-1 40 1-8 20 3-^i .11 :!-•! 112 1-3 li ft-8 3 5-B Learn From Doctors How to Treat Colds Chicago Corn open high lov.- close Dec 70 1-8 77 1-4 IS 1-8 77 j-s May 77 1-8 77 3-i 7C 7-8 77 3-8 Chicago Wheat open liigh tow close Dee 9!i 7-a 98 95 5-8 97 3-1 May r>5 90 S4 3-D 95 7-8 New Tork Cotton NEW YORK. Nov. 1 (Ul'l — Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close 1 Pec , 1203 1209 1199 1200 • IB " 1210 1212 1202 1503 March 1213 1217 1208 1203 May 1210 1220 1208 1208 J ' l ''y 1210 1217 120:) 1203 Out 1174 1189 1174 1)77 Sjx>ts closed qiiift at 1252. oil 15. N.ew Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 1 (UP)- Disposllion on the part of traders to raise estimnte s of the total yield nnd favorable weather depressed cotton prices today and the New Orleans maikrt elossd Four I'oinls l<> rtcmembei' A.s coWs more loss of time mid money thnn any other dleensc- every ont should learn wlml modem medical sclenee tenches ns to ilieir projier treatment.'your-doctor has the following objectives: First—To relieve (lie congestion I" the nose and throat, thus abort- Ing, or lightening the ultnck nmt relieving the symptoms caused by the congestion.—Cnlolulxi, the 1m- proved calomel compound tablets aceotnpllsh this by attracting (lie blood to the bowels. Second-To liofp I he kidneys wash out of the blood |he cold-poisons which cause the chilly .sensation iCvcrlslinfM, nelics, and mean feel-' '"='•— CaJoltihs are diuretic to the kidneys, assisting them in ridding |!l)e b!o<Kl of (he poisons. Third—To expel the germ-laden mucus and toxlncs from the bowels thus preventing their absorption Into the blood.-calotabs accomplish this thoroughly. Fourth—To keep the bile of the liver flowing freely through and out of the Intestines, thus relieving the Wlllousuess and Constipation, which ntlend nnd aggravate a cold. As Calotabs contain calomel, ihcv promote the (low 01 bile. Thus, Colotnbs meet these four mporlant objectives of medical treatment for colds. One or two Calotabs at bed time, with a ff.n^ of sweet milk or water, is usually sulliclent; bill should be repeated the third or -fifth night if needed. The milk tones down the actlo-i milking it, milder, if desired. Why risk doubtful or make-shift, remedies? Get n family pn<*agc of CaJotabs coiitnlnlii(r full directions only twenty-live cents; trlnl package ten cents, at your dealer's. (Adv) NOTICE W. M. WILLIAMS ! Just Arrived! HAND-PICKED resses Brilliant WE had lo pinch ourselves when we saw them . . . every one so shinning . . . , o special m style and quality! Even afternoon and dinner dresses at this arna^mg price! Crepe, wi rh ««„, or wilh lattcla! Touches of bright plaid _ or stripes! Two-piece effects! Tunles! AH beautifully mudc! for Women «nj Mi..e.l THURSTJAY.' NOVBMBRK ' |, 1934 We Are Continually Busy-There Must Be A Good Reason The answer-Values, Honest, ReliableMerchandise, Fair Deal^ mgs and last but not least, we carry the best assortment ot merchandise in the county. •••^•••^•B When It Comes to SHOES JVou; When It Comes to SUITS FOR MEN We Are the King Bee in Mississippi County We carry the biggest lines'there'is within a radius of 200 miles. You can get a fit in anything 'your heai-f desires. We can fit the tall man, the short one, the stout one and the medium built fellow. Prices to'suit your taste and pocket book. • We are proud of our clothing- department and our clothing following. Our pi-ices range from We Carry the Largest Stock You c;m find most anvihiiifi you wish in b»r Khoe Department. WIDTHS FROM A TO EKE. I'rices from the lowest to as high as you vviii like ... for Men, Women and Children. CHILDREN'S SHOES The best in the county—All Sizes there and al Right Prices! -Alt Lea- Ladies Silk Hosiery All New ^Shades and SiJic.sV' Now When It Comes to Ladies READY-TO-WEAR We ilon't take our hats off (o anybody. Ask' your neighbor who has (he prettiest Ready-Jo- ««ir in Dlythevillc or Mississippi county and hey will tell you real quick, go to Joe Isaac., Inc., and you will limi ;1S gond ., selecteA , ilic ' of Ladies' Heady-lo-Wear as you win find in- some cities. We work hard sUulying, setectin- pricing Imes so we can please and our prices iirc within reach of everyone! Coats $ 6 9 V39 75 Dresses $ 2 4 ? 0 $ 22 50 Suits $ 6 95 19cto$1.50 Now When You Say PIECE GOODS You are talking (o us. \V<- have the line. You will find in this department real Honest-To-G«ndness Values Values undreamed of. We carry Fast Color Prints, Suiting, Silks, Satins, Linens, Sheetings, Domestics, Cretonnes ... In fact anything you need m the piece Roods line with prices that will please. More Mens Hats —than you will find in department stores in large t-ilii-s. We selected all new shades with prices from Men's Work Clothes Nearly everything you need we carry—Overalls - Work I'ants .,, Riding Pants - Wool Jackets - Leather Jackets - Suede .lackcts. Both for Men and Itovs at Ri«ht 1'rices! •™^^^^ iiat«i tiiii.1 i»u t »C) iii nii^in i ncos. Come to See Us As You Have Always Done We Will and Can Please You JOE ISAACS, Inc. Have Dealt Fair With .You Since 1902 Mens Dress Shirts are plentiful. All Sizes and Colors. Prices from 69cto$1.49

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