The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1935 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 17, 1935
Page 2
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PAGE' TWO"? Paul Huckins Has Arrived Tib Take Charge of Lo<• cal Hostelry' Mr, and Mis., Paul Huckins.jr., bpjLiitie Rock, liavo arrived,here lo, ^llso, Mr. HucWns having been inade mutineer of Ihc Hotel Non'Ic. Mr. Huckins Is tlie son. of Paul HJcktas, 'Utfeiy kiioun hotel wan wfiojs owner of n number ol hotels-in Oklahoma and other wcst: ei}S. : . states, and was retired In T«x(»rkana. He was graduated from Western Military Academy, Alton. I1JV in 1927 and Inter (ittonflecl Epiithcrn Methodnt University for Govern), years before going to Cornell; University, Ithaca, N. Y. wjicie he took a course Iti liotel Vew Orlevns Vollon NEW pRLBANS, Jan. 17. (UP) — The eottch raarkoi «'n« active anil higher today with the most active positions selling about 15 cents a bale above yesterday's close, open high low Jan March May July Oct Dec ctac 12381) mi 124S 1258 1241 1251 1203 12-11 1250 1251 12(i5 1240 1282 12.31 1253 1230 l'24it 1245 .1257 1245 1255 Spots closed steady si 1272, »j) He' has been with the Westbrook hotel, Forl t \yortl[, Texas, the Wll* Hiim HlV at Memphis,' and 'the LSfayoUe and ..Marlon hotels al Little Kock, having come here from the Mjiion where he was cjfejlng manager ;j)i cnlaiging the bervices of the I hotel Russell Yalcs. who, recently cfMie heie as manager, has been 'made promotional icprcseiitativc,' nii(t Mrs. Jluckins will assist Mr, Htfeklns ', The interior of (he hotel is bc- ing:remo(tcle'd in a modernistic effect' and special improvements arc bejhs iiwde to the Blue Hoom "on the>first flour, New Yoi-lc Cotton NEW YOKK, Jan. 17 (01') Cotlon closed Blendy. open liiijh low close •Jnu 1239 1245 1239 12461) March 1248 1250 124U 1255 Muy 1252 W.t 1247 12IJO July - 1252 1264 1248 12(11 Ocl 1234 1255 1230 1252 Dec ' 1236 1259 1235 12,53 .Spats closed quiet ol 1275, up Will Hold Open House 'at New Abbott Residence ^ ^ .Jl'hc new. home of c. M. AbtoU, an' the Bdrfleld rond, one mile £tet of Hie clly Is being com- picied this uceL ••On Sundny Mv. and Mrs. Ao- botl will ha\e 'open 'house" for aft who cnic to tee tlin new rocs fiou:e and its ne>i furnishings. ''The ieveii loom liiingnlow. with ft uide Spanish tjpe porch on the fiont, CPS( $4800. CaruthersviHe's Fire '• ' ••" Loss Shows Big Decline Mo. —The annual report by rue Chief Vlc- ^fli Mallourc show? the lire- loss of 'Caruthersvlllc tturing 1934 was appioximplcly 536515 less lhan In 1933 In 1933 the loss totaled $|>G,110, \\jth 552,905 Lovered by'ln- aluaiicc. In 1031 tlic lots' viis- $10,' 665 -with $12,835 Insured. '- 1 ' . ]? fa Wonderful Declares Tvler Linly; So •Crippled With -Rh'cuma- ,;tism She CouJd HardJv ;•- Get Around, Achcil'i • . v And Pained Con- ' '" hfantly; Fcelij •''-'•' Fine Mow f'}l ncvei kujfy tiiere AVII.S a inedicme hko Olj-Cas," said Mte Adele EUdmorc, 510 L'asl Vnlentlne Si, Tyler, Teras ' I was in such a distressed condition, suffering ,. MISS ADELE SKIDMOUE ooii£tanlly vMth rheumnllsm, setlled m my feel and angles, i \ vas EC cVlppleU I could hardly climb tl)E stairs, and I ached nml pained ccntuiURlly-noti/inj would cviii li^lp me It j!> jiccdlcss to sni Bleep or lest was impossible it his condiiion and my entire system Feemed lo be gradually ivecir- ??, olll ^ llnUl I '*8.w Gly-Cn--i{;>\as wonderful ' • ••; ', i"Gly-Cas '.helpeu me Irani'" l lie irrsl, dose," 1 continued Miss Skid- mor;, "and those rlipuma.tic nclic- ana pams have' left me' until I can' Bet around with ease cat end sleep -good and leel lik- a ttpw F=r;on- Cly-Cas Is Truly the one REAL MEDICINE oi all tneoicmes ol'today." n'Sl y "£ as 1S S0ld by . Drag Co, this city,' " FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, Jan. 17. ftJl')— 'Die- Stock market turned extremely dull Kxlny when Prostdcnt Koose.velt Inld before congress his social security program, prices cused after an early vise but bofore IJie close a recovery was again in progress without plekup in volume. A. T. and T. ...; 101 3-4 Anacoudu Copper ...... 10 5-B Beth. Steel 31 j. 8 Chrysler 39 Service ., i ;J.B Gen. Klecirlc 'a 1-1 Gen. Motors 31 l-\ Int. Harrestcr 33 McKosson-Robbins •, 77-8 Montijomery War<l .... 28 M. Y. Central 18 Packard t> Phillips pet 14 Radio 5 Standard of N, J 11 TCxus Co, 19 U. s.- Smelting : IOD U. s. Steel 37 i5oii!U; , v ,.... 4 5-8 1-'.' 7-8 7-3 1-2 3-4 3-8 Clricario Wheat ope/i h)sJ) low f-lo.s'j May 93 5-8 07 1-8 08 1-8 ft I July 88 3-8 88 IM 87 1-2 W 1- JBLYTHEVILLE; - (ARK.')" COURIER NEWS Had Drivers Increase BOSTON fUp>-RevocaUoj)s and iijwisloiui of automobile drivers' licenses .Hi MauachusetU durlnu 1031 jncrogecl 33.7 .jw ceiH 'according U> Registrar of Motcv Vehicle* Morgan T. Ryan. B Urin 1034 there ywe 5,71? rpvocailpm aiid Mispcivilom, compared with 1271 iur 1033. C'nrdul fur Cerl.iln "i'evsral years ago, \ fiiidcrcd rjulte 11 lot al menstruation time,' 1 write-.} Mrs, ctw lirnnanv of Vlcksturg, Miss. "I took Cnrdtii and I Mieve U stopped all tins trouble, Last year, T felt the-need 01 Cardul iisjaln, for pains In my ,Iitucl aiut back at my meustrua- jlloa period. 1 wont tack ' to-Car- rtm. Now 1 do not, suner. i foe! Chicai/o Corn open hieli low close Muy 80 8fi 1-2 85 1-2 UU 3-« July 81 1-4 ill 3-4 80 3-4 81 D-d - ••- . oe jusi line and can go nhead with my work as at othpr times I feel (hut any time l 'spend money for .Cimlul I am gelling value te- t-eli'cd." 'l!ini;.iaiKls of women U'aUfy Cur- diii bciionictl them, if' It does not .. , „ , lU-ucfU YOU, consult a physician Haul Coin-lei- Ncii-s Want Ads. I —Ady.2CiMG Tablets of SLUSH nni! snow keeji i-hihlrcn in- fcidc on ninny winter days. Wlml sunshine they gut is wnik >n llm viiys Dial prodiu-e vitiiniin I). No wonder youngsters lose their pep. DceoiiH! vlttiniB of winter ills. It is treincnilonsly impnrtiint tliiil your chililrcu ml tlieir shiiru of viluniin 1) in whiU-v. It prevents riclicls, siml Iniilda Blronc lionos ami teetti. Tlicy iilso need vitamin A lo resist, infection. For children espi'mlly, we HUI,'- (fcsl'fi VITAHIIN C'ON- CKMIIATB TAIILKTK OK Con I.IYI:II Oil.. C-hildrcn love tlioir Lcmpliii); tiislc. Encli delicious ciincolntc- cualed tablet ln-iii|;s nil the vilii- miiis in one lea spoonful of U. S. .1'. X. (revised i[IS|) C'nd uoshine for children l.iverOil. And In addition itsiip- jilies calemm ami phosphorus. (. ivu them to your children rejru- l:irly -and note the results; fewer cnlils ami greater resistance to oilier resp!rntory:diseases, Histier appeliles, more pep. McKBssoif's VITAMIN C'ONCKK- •IIIATK TAEH.CTS or COD I,IVF.R OIL are jnst as (;oo<t for tn-own-nps, I hey help protect you against illness and mill-to your vitality. I'rolctt health the vitumiii wnv 1 ate these tablets rogularly. Give tliem lo your children to help tliciii Ki-ow stiund bones and teeth. Buv Ihcin at ntiy good drug store. A dpllav bottle brings, you 100 MckKssoN's VITAMIN CONCEN- THATE TAHLKTS. Dependable Merchandise at Low Price Next Door to Paul Byrum Can 15c Sea Pride Hraml Chcrukcc Maid iiart lOc 8ic KRAUT, H.&H, PEPPER and SPICES, Size Can 3c o. 2 /FUCKERS SHORTENING, Ift [(j PKINTS, 36 Inch, Fast Color J'cr Yard OUTING, 30 inch, plain and Fancy: Per' Yard "HL'ANKKTtJ, (>G x ft,'Double nnC Per 1'nir yQ Ladies' WASH DM ESSES. New Pat- M^ S( Colors ' 68 C and Mill's 220 Weighl, \'es( Usttk OVKUALLS Hoys' 210 Weight," Vi-st H;u-U OVERALLS Men's Fancy DRESS SOX IVr {>air Men's Outing Hal SHOKS. Star llrniui. Per 1'air NRA COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES « ttA LIBERTY CASH GROCERS SI'BND VOUI1 SCRIP IlERii C,, S to,n m Scales in Our Sto re -G mrmteed ,' s Omces (o thf pmnd Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday BANANAS Large Ri pe Fruit Dozen lOc KGGS Guaranteed Fresh DOZCO 25C ^ ^^ 26c 'COCONUTS Large, Good Ones Hilda Firm Heads Kiich Each 2|c jSc 2lc TURNIPS CAWB Wilh.Tops liunch [iunch ic Lihl) y' s Golden Hanfam or Cuunlrv^ *» „ . (ifiitlcnian. Cfiii •" JL4.C CHERRIES Hod Pilled No. 2 Can PftTA'TfHN Mnn - Coljblers . '• ^yirtlUfiO Knncy Kcils,J>oun TOMATOES ound - - Standard- No. 2 C'uii Jumbo Stalks •jCAffiAffi^j^.n-0' LEMONS- ~V'"~ AmEEUTTER SPINACH Dozen 20c Cardinal _Large Jar. Fresh and Tender •.'•::•• Pound COFFEE Siuuiy lirauk '... '. ,>-, I'uund. 29c S Mustard br"¥urnip' iiunch SPAGHETTI i.odsc Pound 7ic All Flavors 2 Packages lie Chum MACKEm Tall Can 9 Tiill Can Each 7c POST TCASTIES Piickaij'e CRACKERS 7c All Crisp 2-1,1). Ko.v I7c MANGES '•" K Cill '™*£;;'» 25 c CANOVfl "IT SURE IS GOOD COFFEE" CHJUCONCARNE lobby's Can Tic PICKLES Libby's. Sour or Dill . Large Jar 13c PICKLES Lib ^ PORKlBEANS Libby's Can 5c KRAUT LIEBYS PEACHES Libby's No. 2'/ 2 Can lOc Bnffet, Can Nu. 1 Can LjBBYS PINEAPPLE & I S, HMjNTOES j:£ an Can Re t7c : <lc HOMf IVY >S(olicI - v ' s Finus( iiuitiim i,., rgc C;in ... C i /2C Jlillcr's Small i!ox - - - (i'/zc I.nrpfn Hnv - - - 9^ CORN FLARES Millcr ' s BACON_ EAUT .Armour's Mclrosc. Sliced Pound Silver Thread. In liarrel Pound 5c GROUND BEEF Pure Meat Pound Tie v^ MACKEREL ROAST Nice" Size Each 7ic Fancy K. C.. Beef . • Pound lOc I AMR PANC.Y I,EG,'Pound ,~ jy.. j"gglP_RgA8T!o'r STEW, Pound .....".'.'.'.'. lOc HENS MiJk Fed. Full Pressed Pound BRAINS Fresh Pork I'ound SALT HEAT LARD 19c ISC Sii-eak-O-Leiin Pound Snow Compound Pound 12c Lfi. K. C. Beef MJIJVER LIVER Pound 15c Pound 15aby Ucef Pountf Pound 16PS lOc Special Kach Miiifiiiii .x-g lOc Calumet an PANCAKE FLOUR 5S S MILK lOc PEAS Van Camp «r Page G SmalJ or 3 Tail Cans Sfokely's Honey Foci Can iSc EXTRACT Liberty Special. Ground '.While O * ^ .. You Wait. Pound Z1 C COFFEE Vaniila J-iirgc 8-Ox. Bottlo 17c Dean's High Grade '_. Pound 31c Or MACARONI S Boxes lOc MS TOILET TISSUE 15c School Duyj,. Petit' Pois • ff No. 2 Can 1*>C .Scminolc •3 Rolls Maxwell House Coffee VITA FRESH '11 "G001) .TO THE LAST UKOP"LDi CAKE ^I9c 31c ^ MUSTARD Sno-Shcen Package 29c Marco Quart Jar SARDINES Blylheville Can AM 8c DEL Americitn' <f g\ ••i Cans 1UC TCMATOSAUCE PEACHES .Monte Can ^ DC Pel Moufe. Halves 2 Can FRUIT FOR SALAD 1 5 *"" TOMATO JUICE _2'/2 Can Del Monte No. 2 Can Del Monle. Sliced or Can SAt.AnDRESSlir-!SS!""2S c mtj&xt «S

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