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TULSA DAILY "WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920
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FilTluiAf A D 17170
Live Stock tt 1VI - 1 I Vj B
Cotton
Grains
fi im 10- pi Id electrolytic IP" 111
f j , r - ill Tin rn 12 lis. futiitre
i?i Mi lead roi a if. (iiiiit it
lis M Zinf spot 11. futures 11 lie
D.illj Cotton Table,
fort mm anient
Middim fleoeiols Hales
Mocks Tlrniff.
NF.W TORK. av I Hustons mi trie
etok enchsnse today was almost uh"ilv
a mailer of xlve and take teteen bull Anil Am'Mn Oil
rfinl mil the estensive short interests Mian'lo Refininr
th net result favorin the long or ton-1 1 hesebroiith Mfi
tervstlte S'.ount. fontinentsl oil . .
There seemed to be a further renulne , Cr.si am r
demend (or rails, rreaumably on the , futnberland Pipe .
theory that the Interstate eommerra , Kurvltn Pipa .
tomrnUslon Is likely to sle ntnwi ar Onloti Pignut rom.
tanllon to the request for increased Oslen. Wirnat rM.
freight rates . Illlnoi, pi
!hlriilniti also Improved Oils d ' Indiana Pine
much tf !V.r promlnen' e to favorable Ohio oil
Mnndard (III Works,
.-'rsndbei a- M tlreew A rn
trade condition and the moderate
rumulttlon o( railway equlpmenta resulted
from the placlnc of additional rontrar-a
for supplies
Mocks recorded best quotation In the
final hour. oila. Held" In Locomotive.
Vntltd Males lltibber and affiliated is
sues leading the mark! In I'a (Irm in
strong rlose General Motors made a net
rain of si', points at 10 and other
leaders were I to I point higher fales
amounted to 80(1,061 shares
Money on fall rulfd at ? par rant, the
supply at that rata exreedtng- reran' ot
(Mlnf. A few tlma loana war made
by Interior banka (or small amount! and
abort maturities.
Honda were Irregular mainly a a re.
aull of new low reonrdt for l.lbertv third
ma and Victory .IS Total sales, pat
value. aggregated IIJ.JOO0O0 Old United
Mates bonda were unchanged on call.
Pfd
Am. B Sugar
Am, ran
Am. C. V
Am. H. t
Am. 1 Corp.
.fm. io( o.
A.n t.lnaeed . .
Am. A It. . .
Am flugar
Am. ? Ton . . .
Am. T A T.
Am. Tob
Anar Topper ..
Anhlion
All. -' Line . . .
All. O. W. I.
71. Loto
n, o
R S "H" ....
raclflo
r Leather ....
i" AO.
c. M. A St. P.
r , n. I. A- P. . .
t Copper
Colo. V. A- I.
New York MorUa
f1r in
Hundred lllah
1
1
32
4
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it
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Pdt 13
r steel
r C. Sugar .
r.rle
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Oen Motor . ,
O N pfd
O. N Ore ctf.
O S Steel
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ir.
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a
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III. Central
Inap Copper
I m .m pri
Inter Nickel .
Inter Paper .
lttnn Topper
I, A N
Max. Motora .
Mei. Pet
M Copper
It
. :
. 50
. to
. 21
". 3
.103
.1
M Steel II
M PaoKIc 1
N. Y Central .... 11
n r n st
y iv 3
.V Pacific
a r (it i:
O P. A- n 34
P A. Pet 233
Pnnlvanl . . 21
P A W. Va. . . a
R. Con. Copper . . 3
Ileadlnr UK
n. 1 A- S 234
n D. N T l
S. A. Line
S A. U pfd
S. O. As H 33S
S..S. S A 1 40
S Pacific 511
H. nallway 13
P. n. pfd 3
S C. ei-dll-. ...131
Tenn. Copper ... 1
Taxa Co 571
Tob Pdti
V. raclflo 18
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prairie Pipe
South I'enn fill . . .
S o of California
O of Indiana ..
S o of Kansa . . .
o "f Kentuckr .
i O nt New tork
1'acuum Oil
Bid Ankedl
234 314
it's n;l
1 9 h 23t
110 140
, aio 31
IIS I3S
110 IIS
S3 14
, 91 102
, 1S 170
0 93
117 112
. 191 III
. 10 310
. 20 J0
, 320 231
. UTS 111
170 110
, 19" too
, 400 101
, 110 390
Independent 4)11 Mock..
Strandberr, MoOreevy A Co.
Pld
Atlantle Petroleum ...
Ilonne Oil
Iloetnn Wrominc . . . .
Cltt Service m ..
Cltiea ser, tea pfd ...
Coadan A Co. com. . . .
c.oaden A Co. pfd
Pad or a I Oil
Oil I II and
Olenrock Oil
Hoiiaton Oil
laland oil
I.lvlnc.lcn Oil
Matrnn Oil
Marland Oil
Merrill Oil
Middle Slate Oil ....
Mldweit oil com
Mldweat Oil pfd
Mldwet tlefinlnr ....
Oklahoma P. A U. ...
Okmulgee P Ai n. ...
Ohio ciiiea Oa
Phtlllpa Petroleum ...
Producera A !teftnr
Pennot k Oil
Sapulp.x naflnlng ....
Savoy Oil
Senuovah oil
Sinclair Com
Skelly Oil
Texea Co
Tidewater Oil
White K.ielo
34
14
311
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311
30
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1aleion
Mobile
Sa.annah
Charleeton
Mllmintinn
Tex City
Norfolk
M,iumore
lloaton
PhtladalptlU
New Vork . .
Minor porta .
Total todiy .
Total for wk
Tbtal for n
10 :s
13 00
19 10
II )
10
10 00
10 iii
11 n
i: o
11.31
Jill Mil
202 1333
3319 193
27 3119
10111
alios
I71III0
arock
nun
313HI
1111
ioai
213S10
IIJT1
i;i
70
111 1
0l0
H77
I0II1
ur
11S910I
lr
Pran-a lemand I1 . f
P-Itlin frame denianit 1.. 4: 1
II I"
Lire damind 31 13. table 119
Mark demand ID, nblen ill.
foernman' and railroad bonda
reamer
"Time loan atrong. 1,0 d.va. la day
and month, 14
Call money eaey high la ruling
rate and lat lan 7 bank Tptan e a
liHflr Mnrket
MNnAS 1 1 I V Mai' Kafir and tm o
mair l: 11 . .'.o
t.
-"' l !' I dill, 1 114 HI . V.'. (. N"
I llMtl V IVIr'. 11 Id Ifl HI : ,(
fori, No I Mniith II I. 10 Hi 1 Tto
frrt Nn 1 Kiln nrllalcn 11 In nt
ll)n reiol n,1 "Vrt I U'tlnv W..IU
I 1 nt 110 fort. Nn 1 Amos H-1-! u I lineal of lf.-13-lrl
1 aotunaT I ho id Inrh cn.ilni at
foer
IVl i
in us teat nn the
i h i m l.. r furnt m I 7-1 2-1
Maine minpuns h.ia 11 rlR ami will
Kimt rtrlllinit t nnro in th annili.
Ilnhmann fntin. Hivlur 1 nintM ,m'l
hoy rxprct in lio drllllnK kudtn In 11
few tlaia In Nn I nn I Je Hlovona
fntm. npr Wmlovrr. Ihsy nrr et-
Liberty II.. ml..
NBW TOP.K, May S. Liberty bonda
cloaeil:
34 90 31
I'lrat U SLID
Second la , M 90
Pirn 14 IS 10
Second I4 $8 00
Third 14 19 13
Pourth (4 IS 14
Victory 34 9131
Victory I Si .oi
New Ynrl( Metal.
NUW TOIIK, May 8. Copper quiet,
electrolytic pot nnd nearby l4tl9,
June and July 194
Iron atoidy, price unchanged
Tin weak. pot CI 00. April May 57.124.
Metal exchange o,uote lead o.uet, pot
offered at 1 ji . June, July 171 of.
(ered Z.m- ateiniv, I aet St Loula da.
Ilery pot 7 75 M l, ? 90 aaked
Al Lndon Spot copper 101 7 di
tr. s. n. a.
U. Krnlt
i'. s. r Pdt.
i' s. 1 A
V. S. Rubber
L' S S.
f ' p pfd.
I' Copper . .
v. c c
IV Pnlnn . .
IV Klectrlc .
W .Overland
Total aalea
1 Hid.
Knnana City (iraln.
KANSAS CITT, May 6 Cah
iteadv. No. 1 hard I3 00ff.1.10. No.
i: 9503. OS. No. 1 red 12 9192.92
4 1MJ
Corn teady. Nn 2 mixed 31 7tM 10,
No 2 white II IS. No 2 yellow 134
Oat unchanged, No 2 white II Is Nn
1 mixed II 07 a 1 01. No. 3 red II 091 II.
Itye 1: 110 2 1!
wheat
! hard
No 2
Hnn.iia City Lite tnck.
. !iANfLxs '"1TY lloga necelpta
II 000 head, market lie to 25i higher
than yeiterday'a average top 314 SO, bulk
light and medium 13 7SeitS0, bulk
heavle 3I3.2S0 13 71
Cattle neceipta s.00 head, market
yearling and feeder aeftk. ve.ll calvea
II lower, other claeeea molly ateady.
hulk teer JI0 7SO117S. motly ehe atock
II 009 SO early realer top 111 SO. bulk
goo.i to choice 110 SOW 11 00.
Sheep lleceipta 3 ooo head market
fat lamb moMly 2Sc higher cholc 70
round wool lamb 120 00, ahrep alrong
Teia snata l IS
. CntloiieeilOll.
Nt.1V TORK, .May 6 Cottoned nil
averaged lower today l.ocali old early
on th decline in lard but the market
rallied ellghtly toward the do In Una
tth cotton Oulalde lntert va la, k
Ing Clnilng prlrea were to I polnta
lower for leading deliveries Sale 7 100
harrela Tender 100 barrel, prime crude
''. prim rummer yellow apot
19 2J May 19 i'O . July 19 27 October
3190 prime winter yellow and rummer
hire nominal
riilrngn (Irnln.
CMI' AOO Mav S-IVheat not nuoted
.. Ji.r s " " ,:' Vo ' yellow
ll 97 tf 1 91
Oata No. ; white i nui jj,
live No 2 I. U4 n
llarly II S94H1
Investment
Securities
NEW BOOKLET
OK
Independent Oils
Free on request
R. C. Megargel & Co.
27 Pinr Strwt, New TotJc
-
You Can Make
5500 (o S1000
a Mouth Milllmj
In voir community on tWNaw Won.
derful Mill no previous mllliae ex
perience necessary
Be a Miller
and have dignified, permanent
business Innt will earn you Heady
profits the entile sear
C.rlud your home-grown wheat,
supply yourcommuuitysrtth (lourand
red. Y011 itne the freight on the
wheat coins out. and the flour and
feed coming In.
Pesldea earning the regular milling
profits jou get theeitro profit of mok.
ing "A IIKTTISR I1AKRHL OI'
PLOt'k CIII'.AI'BK" oil the famous
"MIDOKT MARVHL. The newpro
cess, aelf.conlalii,ed. one-man, toller
Dour mill th-it is tevolutionliing the
milllngindustry. It requires less than
half the power nnd labored the ti.ua I
roller mill and mnkei a creamy white,
better flavored flour that tetalns the
health tmildlni; vitamines nod the
natural awert flavor of the wheat
Our customers, are given tlie privi
lege of uslnsour Nationally advertised
II rand.
rarnou for lis FUYOg"
M'e furnish the Meks with your
name printol on them. OUR SUK
VICI5 1KPA RTMIINT examines ram
rlea of jour flour every thirty rl.su
and keeps jour ptolucts up to our
high 'I'Ijvo 'rundard. Wcstart jou
in business with our "Confidential
Selling Plns"and trach jouthetiusl.
ness of millinc and sellins flour You
con start ia this most clellghliully
profitable business, with our 15 bands
per day. mill wltlins
little as 3,.W) capi
tal. Other sties up
to ;001artels.
Over.OOdccnimuni'
lies already have
Midget Marvel Mills.
Watt now milling
l'laro Ploutlnyour
own community bo.
fore rome one else
takes advantage of
this wonderful opportunity.
U'riu fdti . w f. Bl. " Tin Sun a
U'nuUrM I In" Hill."
Tho Anglo. American Mill Co.
S27-S33 Tru.l nidg.. Oweniboro, Ky
Interior movement
Middling Receipt Sale stork
llou.ton . .. It IS 2914 1111 310S90
Memphis II 00 2317 100 3101:7
Allgqeta 10 II 7l . 103101
St. Lout 1309 ;1 IS II3II
Atlanta 10 S6 111 3 1
Little Rock . . II 7 II 1(1 3S70S
Oalla Ill . . Ill
Montgomery . 40 10 II
Total today. . . 7MI 770191
I'hlriigo Price Ttnnge.
CIIICAOO. May S. Oraln l.ble
Corn Open lllgn Ixtw close
May H3 1 IU t 114 1 114
July 1 1H 194 I 174 t(4
Sepr 1 604 1.11 lIJi, 1 104
Oat
July 914 934 91 91 ,
Sept ... 714 774 '4 114
I ork
May .3171
Julv . . .. 31.35 31 10 11 21 II 10
l.ard
May 20 00 9 T 1130
July 20.SI 20 IS 20 12 20 IS
Ribs
July 11.13 H SO l 27 II 10
Sept. 1132 11.17 1193
the Oil Fields
D
Mi'Oit Inln Omul, (lliltt.
Tho Rod Itixor IVtrnlrum rnin
puriv la drillln aniti nftrr A shut
down at feot in 1 'do. t 1
raid tn the only writ drlllinR In
1 h tt rnnnty
.Ifi.lMsat rnrtiair of tho rmitlissat of tlio.tltiff llio lt-lln'h ilpe nt .1 hnut SOI) I
feet.
I
I North nt Ht'lDtlllc 1
H .1 8nnlll la taeinn nn lop nf Ilia
lliilrhrr aand nt 2 son frot tn III"
well 111 ihr lint Mir.iei iirnt r of 'ho
aoutliur.l of "1 IX 10
Nt orlK.tn n-lil otliei lido Wilt'
joein tn hr ,1 Roiil pr'liurr m
IL'k'Ci I'l.Hlii
Wllt-n ll drilling at : r"
IJi'iiiffxlon Well Showinf) llifi fori m n i Amv isnm : i. m
I Nn : wnir ntnn(y. vi-i. i i
iltuling nt 7an rel Mo la komiih;
Tho I.lvlncslnn Oil mitipanv'h
tfrt In tho ccntpr of the r.osithwrr.1 nf
tho nortlirnst of lfi-U II, Iihh Leon
drlllr-d Ihroe fort Into llm Hiind ir
tniikltir: 4" barrels an hur it hs
always appeared hkolv thnt M poal
of sornp .'onaldorHlilo ninnniliido
would ho fnunil in thnt township and
riVlrlrnlls' thf MvltiKBtona ar" in tho
nildM of it with plenty nf iit-reape
llrNlmv District.
toitclv to apml No 1 So ' 'nil Th
Nry 1. -1 -1 0 . No. 1 on Ihr ank
faittt 3 0 -1 f. -1 1 la drill n at I' "I"
frrt. No. ail at (tlTi root. Nn, 32 K
rlRKlns up No fi t.-c ii hrrhrt 3 I -1 s
It l Mnidillnir No I Kulmnk iv
Irill.rg :il J 'in fort
1 Clililtlrtt.
Th ftutpi Oil .V itaa To la piit-j
linn In rl1 nn Ihr Mrlmea. fntm In'
51-11 11 torallon hrlnR In Ihr norlh
raat oornrr of the. nonliwrn which
la onr-half mllr nrat of tht woll.
fsvs'ntlv brought m l Ihr KliiRunoil
Oil otnp.inv.
IVlllo 1
II I IVll'-n -. 1-1 1 n p Ihr 10 Inch
ossmc 111 No 1 on ihr 1 1 ! per f.irm
, .iiiv 1 I 1 1 n f ' r llo 1
i u t,. r- unio 'prt i 1 i a M
I 11 lie llm r 11 f 4 rtli
1 ' it' f il llti Ii It til?
1, I 1 1 I In r,,
f, " ' 0 Ihr
Uu ir No 1 .ln)irv rtrnn r thn
ir(if.'h',al northrmiil of : ' lf,
tvlilrh l h tlrtplJi nf 2onn ,, n
tho ll"d fork unhtl, ia t'.nnin ' n 1
all tivt f Ihr Rlfiiinil. Nn rt' na o
li.ta lionti plnrril m tlio well .s ot
A I llrlimi. 4
Thr J'ls.llllp'a I'PtroloiiTti nmpaiv
hn 11 rpfsri'li'l nliowinc In a(rsri
f.nird fl.t frsnt In ta wei it,
Ihr aoiithOHrt cnrJirr of th north
r ii-t of t8 IK 10 iinil thr cnajrifi la
LcillK pililod at proroni
Ti-hr'
pi, p.
M '
I'l-'
ll
I
Th,
11 V Wilonx No I 1, 1 1 11 Wilhruna iintlorrrn'
Smtli of lloinloti
11 ,n I ' 1 A III. I n lt M1',
fi 4 itu h ''aaiiig ii
Fort Worth l.lvr Mock.
KOUT WortTII, Teiae, May 6 Cattle
Ttereipi 3 son head, market tedy.
beevee M 00 10 21.
lloga- Itei'clpt 1 I0O head, market 10c
to Hi- higher, heavy 113 toff U7S
fheep -Itecelpta 1.000 bead market un
changed, lambr tl2 00ffl3 00.
New York Mone) .
NF.W VOltH May S Mercantile paper
7. e.rhanae weak sterling 00 day bill
1110, l' mn-ereta 10 day bill on banks
1101 mer, lal 00 day bills 13 104
demand 1144 cablea 13 IS,
1 Young mail 2ft joars old, iimrrlrtl
I jospi.nlnr coIIoro tihionllon niul
four pars' hnslnca fiporlonc-o, do
I Mil's to iiw.o'liito liltnsrlf sslllt ft ro
1 llahlo nriiicoril, ('nil I1.1111II0 n post
I tloii ivllli rosponalhllltj'. or rnn tiiko
, i luirti' of iKliortliliif l"virtiiiciit.
Ailtlrrsv4 Hoi r-llnl.
Miss Edith Kreidcr
Iiihllc Aoootintnnt
41. Dnnlrl Illilc, Pliono 1272
HOUSTON, FIBLE
& COMPANY
Or Kanaaa City. Mo.
MEMBERS NEW YOHK STOCK
EXCHANOB and CHICAOO
HOARD OF TRADE
Stocks, Honda, Grain and Cotton,
Standard Oil and Subsidiary
Stock, Now York and Boston
Curb, I.lborty Honda Doueht and
Bold Private Vlra,
CIIAS. D. CUOTCHinT, .Mitt.
Trlrpliono Osnfro 0200, No. U
Jjtst rou nil St., Tiilsa, Okla.
The National Supply Co.
DEPENDABLE
Oil Well Supplies
Service, satisfactory to the customer is tlie first principle
of our business. Branches located in all principal
points in the. Mitl-Continent oil fields.
I, lack well Con soli
ds, led Oil & Cias
Corporation
N1111 c-iiriilni; 111 into of $7Ml,ono iorj
11111111111 I
slionhl liit iijihr lit llilil.lnin n jour 1
lil'llllllllllJC litis I IllliO, oil ltlllllt'llotl
of iitrii.itii'iil Mii I..
llio mi mii iiIIiiii'i iii.ilinjti'inriit la In
llio llnnils of aliotii;. t'ltp.ihlo, Moll-
1,1110111 oil 1 H-rn t tin. lunii.i'i-a mill
IiiikIiiom iiwii
( iiiiiplrtc Infill iiiiilliiii, rt'lHiriH rlr
on M'tiiis. 1
Creihton, Gnrrian & Co.1
1 111 orpornl cil
1 1 IS Is tirade llisealinriil Hertirlllos I
2r lliontl SI , t ork
Casing for Immediate
Thrro mmplrto atrlntrw for .t.MiO-foot srll-f-l ttin-TTrWI, cnaranlml
ssllli prolrciors
Ai.ii-i-iti N.rsr.n with imioitctoius iasu xiiniUDft
j"AitAvn:i:i f
1,735 fret 15a-in. 70-lb . . ... .$7.30
7..I00 fcot 121.,'n. 50-lb k $4.30
11,160 feet 10 -in. 40.1b H $3.30
28,000 feet 84.in. 32-lb , $2.90
2l,180 feet 814.in. 28-lb .$2.30
32,000 feet fi-in. 24-lb l $1.85
16,000 feet 5 3-16-in 17-lb J. $1.32
Sl'lUrOI' I'lHOIt KAI.K AMI CHAN jlJE l.V 1MUCT3
All cnlti; Inapoctod hy our nnKlnoerst Mr. Jl. U Frlcloi In charm
r.neh Joint Kuarnntoil throndn with protnr.tofg, "
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American Contracting Supply Co.
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Executives fionc to a coherence in their company's Packard. Hundreds nf Corporations have standardised on Packard on an economy basis
Mth vtileaecper dollar oj tmcstmcnt and low runnlni tost over a term oj years
Does the Car Buyer Want the Facts
T
iHE late Joseph Choatc
used to say that lawyers
would ro out of business if
men were not so bent on making
the same old mistakes the same old
way.
No one need or can make the
old mistakes in selecting his motor
car, if he will look for transportation
facts instead of "features" and
"talking points."
The strong Packard opinion which
he finds on every hand does not ex
press itself in technical details or
costly luxurybut in such every-day
words as economy, comfort, ability
and lasting valuc
IET a man figure on keeping his
Packard from six to. tan years
and he has a material saving in in
vestment, as against the car that must
be traded in every two or three years.
Think of the stability of the Pack
ard design! His Packard always a
"new model."
His gasoline mileage will be from
nine to thirteen, depending on road
conditions. Oil mileage, 700 or more
to the gallon. Tires, properly cared
for, ten thousand to sixteen thousand
miles.
The steel in his Packard is worth
more than twice as much as the steel
in the ordinary car.
The moving parts in the Twin-Six
engine arc better balanced than in
any other automobile engine. Con
sequently there is less vibration and
less wear on bearings.
WHEN a man buys a motor car
he knows pretty well what
sort of transportation he expects it
to deliver.
Economy Oocs not lie in the di
rection of temporary makeshifts
or compromises.
Packard first-class transportation
will give him a definite and perma
nent advance in his way of traveling.
It will cost him less per passenger
mile during his whole motoring ex
perience than even second-class
transportation.
Ask the Man
Who Owns One
y
PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit
Packard Oklahoma Motor Co.
1200 SOUTH BOSTON
PHONE OSAGE 7900
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