The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 17, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17,, 1938 llil PRICES (he Corn Belt steles on Jan. l was about 15 per cent larger than a year ago. Supplies oC well-ted, grain-fed Mount Zitm cemetery at 2:30 o'lock TO FlflM LEI Changes Unlikely Before July, Says Department of Agriculture , BY FRED BAILEY WASHINGTON, Feb. 10. (UP) There jirotably will be but llttl further change In cattle prices clur ing the llrst half of Iliis year. :ic cording to tlie Department of Ag ricuHuro. The cattle marfcet nor show signs of stability following the shar decline In prices of the better grade cattle In November nnil December, the bureau of agricultural econom- , ics said. During the next few months the better grades of cattle reaching market probably v;ill'' increase, while the volume of sl-V-Kliter cows find lower grade steers will decrease, the bureau said. Prime Steers Off $8 Prices of choice and prime grade steers tit Chicago declined nearly {.8 this afternoon with Hie Hcv. Mr. Day, of Denton, Mo., officiating. Ihe Geriiinn UiKlwlakliiB company was In charge uf funeral ammge- incm.s, lit! Is survived I)/ Ills wife nml three children. H. A. Speijce, 60, Dies At Steele Early Today attle, therefore, me expected to In- rease comlderabiy In the late wtn- cr and spring. Fewer Cattle Hetnif Fed 'The bureau pointed out, however, hat the number of cattle being fed n the Corn Belt tills winter is not as Inrgc as In most recent years of arge com production. In the it western states there are slightly [ewer cattle on feed this winter "r'he slaughter of both cattle nml j STEEI.B. Mo.. Fi'li. 17.--11. A. calves this year Is expected lo he Epenco, 09, formerly of Osceoln, smaller than It was lust year. Ihe Ark., died «l Ills home here curly bureau said In those ureas where this niornlnt;. He had been 111 tor cattle number* have been reduced iiUotit two weeks, siillcrUiu from In recent years because of drouth, Irifluen/o. but Ills con/lltloii lia<l mil | It is expected that tome restocking beeiv reminded a.s mllcul. A heart will be done, which will result In fewer cows, heifers ami calves going lo market. Feed is plentiful this year, nml tbls is expected to he reflected in market. Tills Mill offset In part the lu-avlr-r weights of cattle going to decrease In tlic number slaughtered. I •} complicated Ills condition of tlie and resulted In his death, pa:iy, Mr. Spcuce Is survived by Ills widow, Mir. Mnmle Silence, and two sons, H. 13. Kpcnce of Sleele '"' e and Hoy W. Spence of Little Rock, calin Ark. -swift Mr. Bpencc was a gin worker blunkt here ana active In Methodist, " s '" church affairs. He was well known "'"'"'• In MIsslKEljijil county, Ark. Funeral arrangements, In charge German Undertaking corn- arc Incomplete. Sargasso Sea, the area of water surrounded by the Gulf Stream, and thickly leil with sen-weed, is nearly rge us the European con- Tlie hardness of the metal In tools Is tested by n small diamond- pointed hammer falling freely from a height of about 10 Inches. The rebound of this hammer Is measured and engineers determine the hardness of the steel. Ills Wrlli certificate In a fire and registered as a "female." and now applied for a new one, which was ho can't get married until another duly issued. But he was officially birth certificate Is Issued. A man In Boulogne, France, lost FARM LOANS ""•" two »nd UF Arkamns and Missouri I.UWfil ralfS— ?K|KIIM* Also city pruperllrs IW)N H. KASSEKMAN 'Iliomxs land Co. Office P. O. Box 47C, Phone 527. It Ifj expected, therefore, Unit thu supply of beef Uils year will Include a larner proportion of better grades. Steele Veteran Dies in Memphis Hospital STEELE, Mo., Pel). 17.— Emer.v Whltttngton. 47, of Steele, died the hornltal two days ago. Funeral services weie held nl »t front late October through Oeceni- ii/ 0 veferaiis 1 'hosultal in Member,'due to lower feed prices mid linls -fenn. yesterday from |)ar- decrpased consumer demand result- ul .. sls He ll!lcl beell ft dmltted lo Ing (from the business recession which threw 3,500,000 workers out of employment. Other factors which Uie bureau said affected prices .were: A slight increase in supplies of high-grade cattle; a seasonal increase in poultry consumption; a greater than seasonal Increase In pork consumption; a sharp decline In hide prices. The number of entile on feed in YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Muin & 1st Phono 141 try our NEW SENTRY COAL this time It's prepared in America's Most M-* nn . Modern Preparation Plant. We p/.UU IOH Guarantee Every Ton. GAY & BILLINGS PHONE 7l> KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY for real money's worth! Just try some today 1 Insist on Green River, the whiskey that gives you more for your money! At your favorite bar, hotel and package store. 2 YEARS OLD 90 Proof. . .This whfikey 11 2 yean old. Dfitilled ol Llmoitone Sprlngi, K»niucky, OLOETYME DISTILLERS, INC., N. V. C. Hamper Seat Length 18 inches Width 10 inches «!/, indies Octagon shaped. Hand wo- _ ven of smooth h i r t h J^ splints. Heavy rigid frame ^^ construction. Modern iUil- A^ ed feet. Decorative han- "T dies. Smoothly finished inside and out. Regular price $1.75. Choice of 3 Colors SHOUSE HENRY HARDWARE CO. "THE PROGRESSIVE STORK" J. W. Shouse Phone 35 \Vilson Henry USED CAR SA TRUCK Greatest Between St. Louis and Memphis 1935 Chevrolet Sedan Master Town Sedan A Clean.. Car $315 BABCOCK MOTOR CO. Broadway and Walnut Phone 1000 1936 Chev. Master Coach , Clean ... A Bargain at S350 LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe Spur! Color, fiood Tires $129 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lh £ Walnut Phone 810 1932 Ford S-8 Coach r.lcani-fi'ood Motor & Tires S150 LEE MOTOR SftLES, Inc. ;!07 K. Main St. Phone 32!) 307 E. Main St. Phone .'!2!> 1931 Chevrolet Coach New Paint. Seal covers $75 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut Phone 810 1932 Chev. 4-Door Sedan 0. K. Throughout $175 LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 307 E. Main St. Phone 329 1936 Studebaker 4-Door Sedan, with trunk, like new. S345.00 Motor Sales Co,, Inc. 111!) W. Ash. (Old Coca Cola Hldt*.) Phone 13. ' 1931 Hudson 8 Sedan New Paint New Tires S135 BABCOCK MOTOR CO. Broadway and Walnut Phone 10011 mmmmmmamr 1934 Ford Pick-up A real buy S135 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 1932 Hudson Sedan Clean car, runs good. S125 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 51 h & Walnut 'hone 810 1933 Chevrolet Pick-up flood Tires. Guaranteed to pass Htate Inspection. : r SI 75.00 Delta Implements, Inc. 312 Smith Second: St., Phone 802 1934 Ford Tudor at $195 BABCOCK MOTOR CO. Kroadwav and Walnut Phone 1 (11)11 1935 Ford Coupe New Paint. Motor-Tire^ ^-i; ; $245 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut I'hnhe 810 1936 Ford Fordor Radio & Healer. Built-in trunk S350 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lh & Walnut Phone 810 1934 Ford Coach 5lh & Walnut Phone S1U 1933 Ford Tudor / New Paint. Motor & Tires perfect $160 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut Phone 810 1934 International Pick-up A Bargain. Guaranteed to pass State Inspection. $225.00 Delta Implements, Inc. 312 South Second St., Phone 802 Good Tires, (iuarnntccil lo J'i's.s Stale Inspection. $220.00 Delta Implements, Inc. 312 South Second St., Phone 802 _ j^^^^B^^BBB^^BBIBBM^B^^BBBB ___ 1930 Chevrolet Sedan Thoroughly Overhauled IteliaMe and Kconomical Transportation Only $95 BABCOCK MOTOR CO. Broadway and Walnut Phone 1000 1937 G.M.C. U T. Truck I.oup; WheeJ Base $450 LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 1932 Ford Tudor Motor overhauled. Good condition $125 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut Phone S10 307 E. Main St. Phone 329 Motor Sales Co., Inc. DeSoto arid Plymouth Sales Watch for Our OFFICIAL OPENING We are in Ihe market for good used cars. " HUBERT SEYMORE, Mgr. (Old Coca Cola Bidg.) Phone 13 1934 Chevrolet Truck Closed cab. Motor perfect $175 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 1936 International i Ton Pick-up A Real Ice Truck $250 LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 307 K. Main St. Phone 32!l 1937 Ford Pick-up Stake body. Low Mileage. $385 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut Phone 810 i> 5th & Walmii Phone 810 1929 Ford One Ton Truck A Good Buy al $60 BABCOCK MOTOR CO. Broadway and Walnut Phone 1000

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