The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1934 · Page 2
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P!GE TWO f Today's Markets i^ * -r- '<> t * — i— . Closing Stock Prices ,veu> Orleans Uotton ; PEW YORK, C69. 13 (UP) - NEW ORLEANS, Dec, 13 (UP>~ Melcantlte issues were aeflvc and cotton futures closed unchanged strong on the stock exchange to- to five points lower titter an ex- day while other sections wcie dull ircmely dull session todny. allft fri-f»trMlnf n*_...j-..- -j .-.. ' .,, ... awt, Irregular. 'A. T. and T 105 3-4 Anaconda Coppei 11 Beth. Steel .., 29 3-8 Chrysler 37 34 Cities Service 11-2 Gen Ani. Tank ...,,,... 37 1-8 "pen. Electric 10 1-2 Gen..Motors ....... 31 Int. Harvester 37 1-2 Montgomery. Word .... 283-4 ,N. Y. Central 21 1-4 Phillips pet.'......'....'." 14 5-8 Radio 53-4 Simmons Beds 10 .61. L-S. P. 1 1-4. (Standard of N. J 41 •Texas Co, 20 ,U. S. Steel 37 3-8 iMcKesson-Robblns ..... 81-4 •Zowllo 4 i_< ^U. S. Smelting 123 3-4 L Chicago Wlieat ','. open high low close..Dec.: 1001-4 100 3-4'100 1-4 1001-4 May 101 1-4 10111-2 1983-4 1003-4 j Chicago Corn Tax Delinquency Survey Report Is Now Available Copies of survey of lux dclin- J ~' "•"•"- "'&^ nu vuivians qucilcy in Arkansas, made early In alld relatives to BEO that claims arc the year bv the ilnivorsiiu nf AI-. filed In propel 1 form before tho pyi Traders adopted n 'walling attitude in Hie face of the farmers' voto on'continuation of the Dank- 0]>oii lilgh low close act. Dec Jnn Mar May Jul Oat 1245 1248 1245 1248 1248 1248 1248 1248 1250 1259 1253 1250 1255 1257 1253 1255 1252 1254 1252 1254 1230 1231 1225 1227 Siwts closed steady at 1275, off TOO I.ATK TO CI.ASSIKV Home naked FftUIT OAK B8, 3 l.b, tivcrngc, $1 each. Phone 915-W. 13c k!8 New York Cotton NEW YORK, Dec. 13 (UI'l— Cotton' closed barely steady. v: •'••. •.:•• open high low close Dec ..... 1351 1254 1245 1252 JflJI ..... 1247 125i 1245 1246 Mar 1250 I25d 1253 1254 May 1254 1257 Ii51 1253 Jill ..... 1263 1254 1250 1251 Oct. 1227 1230 1225 1227 Spots closed quiet at 1276, off 5 Health Caused Accident EMPOEIA, Kan. (UP) —Everett Wsyno:Fuller, six feet, two inches, Is walking on crutches becauso of his unusual height. While doing fchairs^irtnd^ 51 ^'" 1 "^^''^-' fixture fell on n foot and BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS , . year by the University of Ar ' Ua'ry 2, 1035, Major Curtis J. Little', commander and service officer of (lie Dud cnson post, American Le.- tjlon, announced today. Major Little urged all veterans "•" -'•••'••-• 'i BEO that claims arc form before tho n- r by the University of Ar- e< » P^pei 1 form before tho ex- college of ' ngrlcuUurc ns a 'pirntlon date utter which all -clalrns project, arc now available. wl " b<; barrca by law., OWA project, arc now available, Acting ncan C. O. llranncn has advised Gordon Evrard, who was county leader of the project In tills county. Persons who decire copies may ob- Inin them without churgc by placing their mines Is with Mr. Evrant. January 2 Is Deadline on Veterans Applications' . All appljcntions ror .arjjustod «r- vlco claims by ilapenilcnts of World War veterans and adjusted service ccrtincates must. Iw niccl by Jan- Good Farms 40 acres olio mile cu,st of Town on Gravel road, fairly eood improvements, .Mnall amount, cash uiul fiooil terms for balance, price 500 pei- ncrc. 2114 acres, good four room dwelling, good barn, all new, well located, good soil close to town, the best bargain to bo found today anywhere near Hlylhcvlllc, Price KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM! Tho tjiircFil way to a liaiid- " *';lnc, JicriHliy, ullrncUvo liontl of hulr Is (o licl|i nature; liill the riaiiriniff K^riiiH u\n\ Uucu tbo prjrca of Oio sciiljt oi>oti uml liiMllhy. : HONllOr.lINE Is prepared ex- DreaBly [gr iliinilrulf. H will iroalllvcly hill tho KCrtn In a tow nnpjlcollons ana Klvo llio ' liulr that hciillliy, wcll-Kroom- «l. .nurnctlvo niiiiciirmiec. ' hatisiactlon uunrimvocrj o r nionoy roruncl(Ml. 51.00 at alj ilrut,' filoros. Prepared only Ijy' "incy Co., LltUo u •>» 88 5-8 87 3-8 88 1-4 several tendons. i! I I .1 every style . We bought overt a car \load; Chairs and Rockers ... every kind Rockers that sold as high as $22.50. Flag Bottom Rockers and Chairs Ladder Back Chairs || Windsor Chairs and Rockers If Office Chairs, swivel & straight II Mahogany Chairs and Rockers || Walnut Chairs and Rockers II telephone Stands and Chairs G'ak Chairs and Rockers Gum Chairs and Rockers Derhy Chairs Desk Chairs Night Stands m We bought these chairs at a price and as usual, we will sell them according to what we paid—not what ihey are really worth. ' Group No. 1 Group No. 2 Telephone Chairs and Stands & Chairs Rockers Group No. 3 Chairs and Rockers Come in They all must'-go. We are'getting these in by truck each morning, and {jet the besl before they are inched over. This Is the Greatest Buy We Ever Made HUBBARDFURN THURSDAY, DECEMBEft 'is,' 1934 COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH G /r . n , HPKNI) YOUK SCllll' HKHE Customer, Scales in Our Store-Guaranteed 16 Ounces to the Pound JBgcials for Friday, Saturday and Monday Dozen 9c ORANGES 29c CORN I'ride of Illinois Can lOc Armour's Melroso. Sliced Pound POTATOES SUGAiT^ mm~ 25c Minnesota Cobblers Pound i Cane. Paper Hajj 10 Pounds lie 47c Sunny lirook I'ountl APPLES Delicious Each PORK STEAK 0r " OAS1 '',, o ; n 'r" 27c 4k 15c ONIONS Yellow Spanish Pound 3c CEERY Fancy California Stalk 7c LETTUCE Dole Small Cans 2Sc POTTMEAT CORN_ HAMS Heads Each Standard ___ Can Libby's Goldun Bantam Can _2ic lOc Sliced Pound Libby's Country Getiflcman ' '' : ' Can COCONUTS ]__ VlSTSAUSAGE 12c Fresh Each 5c Standard Can 5c CANflVA COFFEE Lb. /1« M tan PQRK«ANS "IT SURE IS GOOD COFFEE" 30c Van Camps Can _ (1APEFRU1T Florida Each TOMATOES 3ic Standard. No. 2 Can Each MENJLEA1VS ORANGES Sc Fresh From Florida Pound 5c Calif, \avals. 150 Hixc Dozen LAMB PAHIES 29c Pound KIDNEY BEANS 25c i'llillips !i Cans 17c Victory 17c Mary Jane I'l »r S. R. 12-Lb. Hack - - 2'1-Lb. Sack - - OYSTERS 87c Baltimore Select Pint MILK CRACKERS Libby, Pet or Carnation (' Small or a Tall Cans 19c Pride of Memphis a-Lb. Box 17c PIG EARS Fresh SALMON^ APRICOTS Pound 7ic Chum ' Tall'Can 9c PRUNES (Jrcen Tag 2'/i Can 18c Ulttc 'fag Liirjre I Can 14c LIBBYS SPECIALS No. ~i Can J7c , >i\/ t fan- 1'Jc Peaches, JJ'/j Can - ISc KA Cherries 2^ Can 25c Jiruit Salad, 2V, can 26c Apricots, a Yi CKII Tomato Juice, No. 1 Can Pickles, Sweet Plain or Mixed, 22-oz. ,]« r - 23c 7c LOGANBERRIES HOMINY Fal. Full Dressed Pound Blue Taj* No. 2 Can 20c 17c ;Slokd - vVFin(ist Larg . B Can VEAL CHCf S Or HOAST Pound GREEN BEANS 9c lilylhevillc .'! Cans 25c TURNIPS- RUTABAGAS ,., 2c SALT 25'Lb. Sack 29c 50 Lbs. 52c; 100 Lbs. 95c SALAD DRM6 i? TOfflATO JUICE MILK able Garden 15c; Qt. 24c Stokely's Can 5c GROUND BEEF TUNAMP Cottage or Van Camp (J Small or 3 Tall Cans 17c Or Hamburger I'ound Abbys Can IGc "" • I S exfurafed/ ~~^~n • • ^urm 100 it Cottonseed Oil. The only Shortening made in Arkansas, 1 Pound Carton - - •t Pound Carton - - ..13' .SMOKE SALT, Morton's . •10 Pounds PCITTOASTiES PORKCHOFS 85 c Package 7c Or ROAST Pound CARROTS Fresh ami Crisp I Uunch 5c 12c CHEESE Daisy. Full Cream Pound 16Ac Maxwell House Coffee VITA FRESH i • "GOOD TO THE LAST DROP" LD. TAPIOCA " Minute Package 30c 12c SAUSAGE Pure Pork Pound CATSUP _ BAKERSjCQA Slokcly's Finest Large Bottle 12Ac STEAKS Fancj - K - c - po und -i!7ic NUTS KNGI,JS» WALNUTS, Pound .ALMONDS, Pound BARING POWDER Calumet Lb. tan 23c BEEF ROAST K. C. Thick Rib Pound 11 GINGER ALE Qh! »oy! Quart Hollle lOc NECK BONES Fresh and -Mealy Pound 5c TANGERINES 9c CAKE FLOUR Ssvans Do\vi\ Package 27c Seminolc 3 Roils 19c LARD Ucsl Compound I'ound PRUNES Evaporated Pouml 5c DEL MONTE SPECIALS Sweet Pickle Peaches, No. 2i/ 2 Can ., 27c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2% Can 33 C Prunes, Prepared. No. 2% Can .,.. I8c Pineapple. Crushed.-No. 2% Can 19c

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