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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, December 10, 1933, Image 2

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la 19^:: othei G. O. names is P. proctd- 4QTICE CE y iriven that li- as been issued to 3 sell liquor and der section 138a Severage Control street, Ogden>- e County, X. Y., ^nsumption. - B. BURNS. 4 State street, rdensburg. N. V. ICE y given that li- bas been issued ?d to sell liquor il under seetion iholic Beverage * Ford street. Og- r^nce County, X. es consumption- Z P. RAMIE. 44 Ford street. >£den*burg, X. Y. % 1 a X> ;am t you NT #1 fSTXDAY. DEC. 10, 193.-S THE (KJDKXSBUKCJ ADYAXCE AXD S T. LAWKEXOE SUNDAY DEMOCRAT PAGE THREB as ambassador mean shot. judge who ruh J - ot a pan of the his decision the king at the rate es in 100 years. rs, N< \v York ver than it is al- 25 carloads of *oucrfr Chicago in proves that Al Atlanta. Printing may bo removed from! remain; rolled for at least twenty- f!onr and feed sacks by wetting j four hours: then vut 4£e sack in the sack thorou^sdiiy with kerosene, j coi«I water and rub off the print- iollin? it ttehtly. and lettiu?' it! lug. Bonville's Beauty Shoppe ASK US ABOUT THE ZOTOS THE NO MACHINE MACH1NELES3 PERMANENT WAVE NO ELECTRICITY SEE THE NEW TURBINATOR DRIER Absolutely Dries Your Hair in 15 Minutes Without Discomfort. Shampoo and F:nger Wave . .75c Finger Wave 50c Marcel 5^ Haircut * 25c Hair Thinning *. i 25c PERMANENT WAVES $2.50 2 for $4.00 $3.50 2 for 54.50 '.•/' OIL WAVE PERMANENTS . $4.00 2 for $7.00 Phone 783-W Over 107 Ford Street UP TREND NOTED ON EXCHANGE j NK\V YORK. I)e< 9.—In today's i short session the market made a j substantial spurt after a slow, cau- itious opening. At times, so heavy ! was the trading that tickers fell \ behind. Towards noontime volume • dried but with no affect on prices. Alaska Juneau -2 | Allied Chemical HJ* $-4 ! Amer Can Co 1(H) ! Aiti Tel & Te! 119 2-4 Am Kadiator lf» l-£ 1 Am Tob B 75 5-4 • Am Tobacco 7:J 3-4 ! Auburn Auto »G 1-2 '• Bald 1A»- Works 12 ! Beth St< el :!6 1-4 | Bait & Ohio 25 1-h | Borden Co 21 3-S j Calumet Hecht 4 1-2 j Canadian Pacific- 13 12 ! Couil fan Co T.j 7 s ! Con (las 3« 3-4 Illinois Central 32 1-2 j Rem Rand T5i international Nickel 21 7-81 Kitfeway Stores 4C 1-8 Com Solvents «*•> 2 1-2 1-2 afe3S?: v. S5 I $ The Holidays Will Be Gayer With a New rosley Chrysler Co ZZ Del Lack * W 2i\ Du Pont 1*2 Kast.mau Ktnlak S:i 1-2 K Power & Lipht 5 General Klectric 21 IS ('•eneral Motors 34 3-4 (Jen Food Prod 3ti 3-4 Goodrich Rubber 14 r>s i C.oodyear Tire 37 7-S •Grand Vniou 5 Great Northern 22 Basket Ball at St. Lawrence U. hit Tel & Tel 13 1-4 International Harvester 42 3-S Lenten Vti R R 15 Montgomery Ward 24 1-4 -Marine Midland 6 3* Nat Dairy Prod 13 3-* National Biscuit 44 1-4 N Y Central 37 1-2 Nat Power Lipht $» 1-2 * North American 14 7* N Y X II & Hi 17 7-S Proctor-Gamble 42 Radio 7 IS Pub Serv X J 34 Kep 1 Steel 17 Sears Rof buck 44 1-2 Sul Oil of N J 4€ 1-2 Socony Vacuum 16 1-4 Studebaker Corp 4 34 Tex Gulf Sulphur 44 Tex Corp 2€ 1-8 r -S Piw * Foundry 2C 1-4 V S Smelting *3 1-2 Vnited .States Steel 47 1-2 United States Steel Pfd ** 3-* Woolworth 4*. 7-8 New York Curb Niasrara Hudson 5 1-4 Cities Service I 7-8 Hudson Bav 9 5-8 > ft 'p |House I.J? Senior So much of the gayety of the holidays comes from the manifold benefits of a 2J radio that you really should not he with- out one. Our payment plan makes it easy for you to own a radio and ft ft our -Jft CANTON. Dec. U.-As a prelim-^ inary to the St. Lawrence-Arnold j basketball same at Brewer Field j Friday night the Junior and • or Women's Varsities played j one of a series of jnterclas . frames. The game was not very fast due to the fact that the many missed goals'kept the ball in the forward territory most of the evening. At the end of the first half the score stood 12-10 in favor of the Juniors who finally won by a score />f 2:M*;. variety choice. here assures a satisfactory j Line-up i Seniors j Hart j Dailey i Blue ! OfFeraian | Roberts i Bryant Position L. F. L. F. C. S. C. L G KG. Juniors Wing Barbour VanTwisk Hunter Eddy Hubbel No choice of a radio can be made until you hear and see the new Crosley. It is more than reception jft it is REALITY it- £ self. The startling a- ^ chievement of modern radio engineering. ! Substitutions: Seniors. Schwartz for Dailey. Dailey for Hart- Jun- ! jors. Hourihan for Wing. Meany I for Hunter, Farrelly for Huht>el. I High seorer: Barbour. ZT,. 10 4x»'.nts. GEORGIA SURVEY SHOWS DISTINCT TRADE UPTURN 4* CROSLEY* 10-Tube Lowboy ^66 .00 A. J. Ouimette \OLDSMOBILE DEALER •* l^iS^ f -ZL? ^ r &rm ^* 0r* ^r* -^ m ft ft ft ft ft j WASHINGTON, Dec- 9.—C'oni- , menting apon a survey covering 4:t counties in Georgia, the Atlanta Const initio* said: **Cn impeachable j evident that a distinct and >tead-: ily airing warnum* aptani i^ nn- der way in Georgia i^ contained in . report* from a*nic»itnral and in- dostrial centers in every section <»f J tnnp Staie. Tkt- njrmrrs and facts J ^:ve complete refusat»»n to the> claims of critic* of tne Federal re-- oovery efforts.\ Rep*»rt< from prac- j tically every on*» of th#» 4Z ro«itH>s i showed retail nn^iiH-*^ ha* incrras-, ed from 54» to H^» pendent as ctvm ' pared with October and XoveniHer, laM year. Somming np .^nl»stannal , r *»empk»yinent in factories and -i«we>- and other s4»* °^ marked !WprtwrenH»nt. toe Can.-tJUMH»n; clahnm il^iv i^ jnMnlcniimi *Jnr asr' .•^-ning that *pro5p*-Tt*os to .this s day* havf | I j Por The HOME gjfjjt recta HERE'S THE ENSEMBLE HE NEEDS Large lounge chairs, attach Smoking Cab. $4.75 ed pillow back, Specia) at ... $15.95 Drum Table .. S4.75 End Table .... $2.5C Cedar Chest With Walnut J4 a _5Q Good size, Choice at Spinet Desk $16-50 Mi *£=** Sewing Cabinet Secretary Genuine Mahogany Topi Governor Winthrop St vie $3.95|™ $27-50 and sides r SPERLING'S Northern New York's Largest and Lowest T f ^ * * Priced Furniture Store. * ~ -^- • «•*

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