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SECTION A.
TULSA DAILY world. SUNDAY. JULY 18, 1020
WORLD MARKET PAGE
DEALINGS SMALL
IN WALL STREET
Crucible Was Feature of
2-Hour Session Rising
10 Points at Outset.
CLOSING WAS STEADY
Most, of the Leaders Moved
Within Narrow Range, but
Mainly Upward.
NEW YOHK July IT. Io'crest In
the stock market today was rum
plctcly overshadowed by the yacht
rice, dealings In the two hour sea
inn falling to Insignificant propor
tions. Crucible uteri wan tilt only
htnkliiK feature, rising almost 10
point at the outset on unexproti dly
large stock distribution, but forfeit
Inn much of itr. gain later. Most
other laidcis moved wlthl a narrow
area, though mainly upward The
t i oik w is steady Sale.-, approxi
mated "" shares
CURB STOCKS
Mrandberf . Mt iree f
Atlantic T'atrolauni
Barnett Of
Ct-adan Co. (old)
Ceaden n i nw . .
Klk Maaln
Fedaral ' -ii
Iht rvtrote'im
Merrltr on .
MMweet Kahntng
M .," OH
Miiitfii on pfd.
Okmulgaa
Kapuip
flavor
Hoeton W onilng
Olen Rock ,
panne On
rvnn Megim
Pimmi
Livingaton
Marno Oil
I'hlllipa rtrnlium
Prod ft Ref iora
Hktiir ou
OWiiani :oni
Oillltahd pM
Middle SriM OH
Ohio I'ltifN Oaa
Okie V R . .
Sinclair (.'una
Taaaa Co
V. b. Pteel
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GRAIN SELLS OFF
AND CLOSES WEAK
Cash ami Futures Lower
on Good Weather Map
in the Northwest.
RUST SCARE DIES OUT
LIV ESTOCK
Reel Prtre for Hug.
fWT WORTH Inly l nee titgh
raiie ref hog. in th poet It treat net
hete r.i.lav. when .tames 1)1110 ef V'tlng
ton. beaker, paid $ t ion fai Parol
leiaey 100
lll.l-.lii.nii. live MeM
"Kt.AMuM I' ITT. lulv II I'etlle
fltettptO i')i heait. mifko e'eady. no
calv.s altered, lepra IT ."nil II; .. "p.
eii.t i. r ' hj stocaeri an. I
feelet, II :.? 10
Hug. -No .airs, none nffere,l
Trvna I.I r Sim Ii
Ki'HT tfnitH, Te,,n July 17 Cat
tip - 1lereini na he,.1 market un
changeil I'- r. $ '".il f
Hog. - Hc eli-ls It lie,il. melS'-l .lewd
heavy 111 MO 11 71
Sheep Itt- upte Oooei no laai l.mta
It U 00 II 1 t 01)
h.o... i it. i lei Mm k
KAN." AH I'lTT. July
New York Morka.
H .i. U Hlfh
Low Close
Am n Sugar ..II? II II
Am Can a 114 IIS
Am C ar 1 1 .: li, 1.I4S
Am H I. rW I II II II
Am I Corp. . 1 IfM H IIS
Am Ir-.. ... I 17 ' IT', 7t4j
Am 1 : ..-1 . ... 77'4
At.i. H It 1 MS IIS US
Am. htigar E13I
Am. H Tob 1 I" Mi 10
A in TAT IIH l '
Am. wowea ... ii ii ik If ft
An.' Copper ... 5 MS M1. MS
Atclueon 794 US
All C. Line 14
Ail ! , i W. I , all
H. Leea 11 in Itt Ufa
II t O alls
It .i 1 II ls s
c Parifie in It ll 121
C. Lealher 1 13 IIS H
C. Motors 4 17 9S 7
c ft o US l II
i . M ft HI P. . . 4 14 US 1'S
c. n i ftp .. i ins us us
C Copper .. .. ! It's !'S
Cora Cola i 17 31 S 17
Colo. K ft 1 1 .11 32 11
Pdta 11 II 1S II
C .-tfel Ml 1MH 150 Ilia
i C Sugar I -1 , II II
I. rar 1 IIS lift lift
Ji l nr. ins 141
il. .. ti II 24S I'
c, N. P(d I 70S II S KS
a. N ure ct(a 14 S
n. a. Vteel all)
III Cen'ral I IIS
lnap Copper ... 1 4- 4IS 41 .
I M M rid I IIS IIS US
Inter. Nickel 1 17S 17 S I"'.
Inter. Paper .... 1 I4S IIS ''.
K. Copper 1 IIS III III!
I. ft N aiooi,
B Pel II 111 III 111
Miami Oappaja i:iH
i, 8. Oil ...... 14 IIS 21 .'IS
it, steal 1 40 a 4"S 40',
M Paclflo ... 1 ;6S US US
N T. Crntral .. 'iS k'S S
N Y. H 4 30 S lift 10 S
N. ft W II
N, Parlflc 7 71S 71 71 S
Pure Oil 1 40 s 40 U 40',
O P ft It 1 4S 4S 4S
I' A Pet 21 103 S J03S 103 H
Pennavlvanu ... II if 41 .IIS Ifll
P W. Va 2?S -S 19 S
It Con. Crppar ffl
Keeling .. ... 41 US IIS l
It I ft K 7 omj 90s
H V N T. .. 1 113S 1UH 111S
. A. U. si
8. A. L. ill ... I II II n
F. T ft T I 71 S 11 71
8 O. ft It 17 IIS 20 30
S -S. S. ft 1 3 10 70 70
K. Pacific o lis 2S "IS
8. Railway 74 US till 29 S
8. R. pfd all
8 O. of N J pfd 1 toss INft loss
H Coi p .... l isx, a 701,
Tri.n Copper ... 1 9S 9S 9
Tei.,a Co 14 4 46 S
T . P. Ilic .... 1 40 40 40
lib Pdls 1 II II
Trans Oil I It I4S II
V Pacific 4 Ills HIS Uift
u I'rult loot,
v h. r pats. . . i i , i4 us
V. 8. f. A 1 IIS lift IIS
C 8 R 8 I 74S 7 74
r Rubber 11 in, .'S 12 ft
I' . Hteel l 91 ft 91 S US
V 8 8 pfd ... 1 101 101 101
U. Copper 1 II II 1
Va.C.C IIS
W, I'nlon all
W Llertrto .. . I 41 41 S 4"S
W-O.eiUnd .1 II ll US
Total vales 131.000 shares.
LOOK FOR HIGH
COTTON MARKET
xDld
Standard Oil
Mrandbetg :.l .:
ftnaio-Ainarieaa on
rlalialai .
icrym . . . .
AU.r.'. II.
I'Br..
RvlVkrye P
aa
Ch'aebrough Mfg.
Continental Oil
Crescent Pipe Llna . . .
Cumberland Pips ....
Kureka Plpa Llna . . .
c.alena Hignal com. ...
Onlena 8lgnal pfd. . . .
Illinois Pipe
Indiana Pipe
NftMorwit Trsnat
New tforM Tianst . . .
Northern Pipe Line . .
l'rtil o ft o
ulitn Oil
Prairie Pipe Llna . . . .
Hoiar Refining
Southern Plpa
8 I'entia Oil
I W Penna P
8. O of California . . .
8 i ' of Indiana
8 O of Ksneas
8 O of Kentucky . .
8 O. of New Jereey . .
8 o of Nebraska
8 O of New York . . .
8 O of Ohio
Han ft ltnch
V. T Link
Vacuum OH .
Wael.ington Oil
Oil
tllouslun.
Okla P ft R
k8lnclalr
iTe,j Co
' Dtsel
ltoone Oil
Federal Oil
Kay Co. daa
Himms
White
Klk llasln
Calena Hignal
Hell Rm jl
Marland oil
Merrill oil
Mldwaal Helming .
c.llllland .,
OlHUaaa pft.
Pennon u Oil
P ft It
i ii "f Saw York
Hkally Oil
O, of California
liaahg
eevy ft Co.
II
1110
411
II
:u
in
21
no
100
42
0
114
II
II
140
II
111
171
111
110
121
211
110
in
III
3M
131
120
370
4 30
10
107
171
27
22
1200
471
17
tin
131
10
170
101
14
14
1M
90
J7
170
1
171
111
200
310
111
271
70
III
lio
140
171
16
410
171
460
10
111
10
II
Range
Klble ft
High
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19
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147S
33S
171
lift
111
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Low
IS
los
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II S
IS
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us
III.
146S
31
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Close
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11 I
Ne York Reeer.e Surplus.
NEW YORK, Julv 17 -The artusl con
dition of clearing house bsnka and trust
joiupinlrs for the week show they hold
121 1J6 130 raeerve In exrees of legal re
juiremsnts This la sn incraaae of 119
II' UO from last week.
Money nnd Kxrhange.
NEW YORK July 17 Merranilla pap-r
SOI. change easy, sterlln( o day
If.' 1 3 -1 J 1 cumnierclsl 0 day bills on
ji ji aammarotal to day bins
W2. demand 1 7. cables 3li,.
frsn-s demand 111. cables 1.11.
Msrks demand 1.1.9. cablea 110.
New York eichango on Montreal US
Per cent dlacount .government bonds aauy.
rallroid bonds irregular.
The Holland government It mak
ing efforts to Inrieaae the domestiu
P oiluctlon of edlhla olla by making
full Ufce of thtt bee. haul crop, which
x.i ida J, 000 metric tuna annual. y.
English Mills Resuming
Activity and Outlook
Here Is Better.
By Evans A- 0. Hotel Tulsa
NKW OHl.KANS, July 17 Wfek
end ilevelopmenta in cotton wire
bullish'' with the tendency to hi ah.
er levels, due to the continuance of
unfavorable showers' weather over'
the major portion of the belt, pros-
pectB for more rain over Sunday,
bullish stall:. ilea and owing to im
proving trade advices from Man
chester. London reports a boom In English
textile mill stocks because or ex
pectation of a jevlval In trade.
Liverpool reports a favorable situa
tion, and Manchester notes busi
ness outlook Improving.
At the opening of this aeuson
August 1 last, the world's visible
supply of American cotton was
about 1,250. don bales larger than
last season, today It Is 260,000 less
than one year ago
Were It not for the large carry
over from last season It Is probable
there would have boon mora of f inl
ine in cotton this year. It Is evl
dnt. therefore, that the world will
have to depend almost entirely up
on this year's crop for next season's
requirements. unlesH mills of the
world lake more liberally of the
low grades, and impfovefnent In
the. demand for the low grades
would be a favorable feature sin - e
It would tend to lesen the big dis
count In futures.
Aa h.(S been the case recently,
the Immediate future of tho market
will likely be governed mainly by
wriither condltlona 1n the Interior.
Should ftnaettled. showery weather
continue, prlcea ara llekly to ad
vance turtner. nut n me wi nner
cle.irn. some reaction would be in
order. Present Indications are for
unsettled showery weather, perhapa
a higher market.
A' revival In the spot demand la
a possibility to be reckoned with.
ns only demand tne oorMrsquanve
would probably be reflected in
ftlghor prices since Offerings of
white cotton remain light.
Dolly COttOO Table.
Port movement
MM H
New Orleans
C-al ealon
Mobile
8evnn.h
Charleeton
Wllrolnatoa
19 60
39 60
39 00
41 on
40 10
3J HO
elple Setea
1122 14
191 110
Tens City ii
Norfolk 40 50 709 1100
Italllmora
noeton . . II TO 179 ....
Philadelphia . 41 10
New Tork . .42 21 30741
Minor porta
Total today . . . 2714
Total for wk 3711 ... .
Total for an . ... THUS! ....
Interior movement.
M.ddlins Receipts galea
HouHon 39.00 III 601
Memphis . ... 19 10 111 176
Augusta 41 00 160 10
81 I.OUIS 39 10
Atlanta 41 60 12 . . .
Little Reck . II 10 I 91
Total today 2M - -
Foork
2S364I
114013
1701
I74T0
240091
Kill!
26041
34301
4121
0t
ill)
4139
:',71
Wheat Trading Not BrOftfJ
and Prices Are Ka.-tly
Afterted Roth Ways.
IBy Evans A Co , Hotel Tnlsi 1
GHlOAOOi July IT, -OtttoliJo
lowor raah and future markets weta
primarily Ihe cause (Of wheat weak
nss during the entire session here
Minneapolis pei-eml ' r broke and "
one. finit. was 12 cenls lOWor Kan
aas "It y cash mnrke' was quoted
to 10 cents rimer. Th rust reports
have lost their Influence, and with
continued good weather In north
west tht crop will ovorroiue the fear
of large crop damage. Market Is not
very broad as yet and has been
easily effected either way
Early corn prices were the highest
and came about ihrough h'U v 0001
mission house buying and some few
large shorts covering An Hem from
San I'ranctaro quoting Argentine
corn offeied there at II 40 caused
the market to aell off very easily
and frnm then on It was a bear af
fair. Buying power was limited and
mostly by aborts With weather and
crop reports continuing good we feci
all rallies should be taken advant.
age to sell the September and Ue
cemher option
Oats showed n firm undertone)
with a good class of commission
house buying. The market held
within relatively narrow limits.
Cash market was quoted unchanged
to one cent lower and with weathei
and crop condltlona all favorable,
we cannot advise other than sales,
tholngh w ould prefer ac epilog mod
erate profits on ahort side.
t hi toot Mora
, " e He
eipte I.IOil ttertd. market beef Steele nnd
fat she stock mostly 26c loaet, camera
26o bighel. hulls weak to lie lowari
ralvee 264)10,- loser. fe,deta etrong lo
?6, higher
Hogs Rcceipla 260 hand. rMOfitl
steauv t"P lr in. bulk hee.v and me
IIUJ lllMVll 10, bulk light III tlt
16 10
Sheep- Nil for week Pel eheep ,,r,
brer. lint eses 75c lo 1 higher, lambs
Ilg 60. lower
I bli ago rtl IftaM k
CltlCAOO, lul) IT Hogl lie ella
t oon head Hint hat belter grade, tlghl
end light but. here 100.0.- high! olhet
grade ttaadi lo aiobotj 'losing itroofi
bulk of ealee l i, 60 U oo p , m
heavy weight 1 1 I ,114, 1 5 0 , medium
wahrhl 116 ;64J I" 10. light heavy 111 00
n If, 7 6, heavy pnrklns sows smooth
113 76 II I 4 10 . pS'ko'K ,", tough 1 1 I 00
0 CI 76. Idas 112 il. Oil
CatllRe, eipi, .'.mm head market
compared with Mark ago gg , t l,t
yeaiiins tlaara abisiil eiead., . grtaatrg
and strong to heavy welahi corn fed
laigely 26c io lit lowai beat she stock
and caaoari llraoi to 25c higher, others
slow, steady, h'-logna and haul, bin. hei
butts nioeiiy 611,- lusher aeat itocaera
and feedeia l"U2n. 'ilgher, oilier, ,:.,w
and uneven, cal.es 264160,- hlghei
' Hheep- RaaalBda 7 OOO head. luatket
bulk lacetpla dire, t. few sale,, native
I tOCh Steady. I"), lamb, 115 50. ,omaie,
with wvek ago lambs abuti etcsdy. )sar
llnga and agid wethers 7I to 91 hlgliet.
ewe, 60, a Tit higher, feeding and bleed
Ing llOtJI eleady to 26' hither.
BOUtkWOOl of Z4-.0-U, KI.lt Hoik dis
till I, Is roPOrtOd good for about 10
or 15 barrels daily In sand found
from 1,1 ft to 1,111 feet. 11 will be
pat on the pump.
OoBttf ut Dmr CfxaaJk
I'll' Western Slata till A l.ind
Co haa a 12,000,000 gOOOOV
ai but live feet In the J.ilu foul
sand, in us tool in the northeaat
I 'liiir of ihe southeast of 2.-.7-1W,
rom Pool Crook
lait,- Vi a. from tin- OIUBlUfTOO Held
poi ill to The World
0KM1 LOBI July 17 - With the
John II Hi bold well In the south
nest of the southeast of 15-14 II
the only completion of the week In
thl West OhmUlgM pool t nui
lipsvllle. omU0liOBl in other pans
of the Ckniiilgre field brought the
total neu prodtniion of the week
Up to above 3.0011 The Heboid
Well wbb h extends Ihe big pool lo
the north is making around 1 .500
bairels dally 13 feel In aind and
toppi.d at .'.111 feet. No. 2 well,
east of No 1 has spudd.',! In and
rigs are going In for Nos .1 and 4
Several wells are right on lop of
Ihe sand In Ihe West tikmtilgee
pool but unfavorable weather and
other kinds of hard luck have held
up the complotrari of these wells
There are now 50 drilling w.-lls
and rigs up In sections 21. II, 23.
and 14. II and 11 14 11 In Phillips
Mile ,md tfotnltl Waits Phillips
and the Clifton Drilling companv
have 10 wells going filadvs Belle
I'll ' ompany and the Lyons petro
leum companv have 11 wells drill
ing or rles building. Oklahoma t en-
i tral Oil i ompany has die going and
the rvmalnlna operations are scal
tered'nmong the Skellv n com
pany. Southwestern OH Fields com-
pany. Phillips Potroiotim company
Independent I M I A I ; i CO
Prairie, Coidan, Hl.uk Petrnlouftl
corporation and John II Robold
An Interesilng find in lh ratt
Side fields Is rigOrtOrl In the l.st of
the Lons petroleum rnmpiny 111
the northeast of tin- nm IhWI it of
Ihe soulheasi of :n 14 1 .. tb, Me
lntosh farm Ohara ?. ..t .'.ni l
fnt inatlon and Id fat t of pal I
va ft'ttnd at about 1.40d i,.i Mo
pay sand wis a1 .' Ill but rontitn!
near oil or gas 111 men hi - -thai
this is ibe ii ' v r..i it Ion
and II Is probable ih.c prod
win te found in this land on the
east side This test noil Brotn
and Is now drilling at I 1 1 1 1
It will go to S T.' 0 te, t or lower
Complellons in the ok nulgel
field for the week endlni bTrtdii
night Include lh follow lor-
illads Belle oil company and
Lyons I'ltioletim COmpOR No h
I. Williams middle north line of
northeast or northras' of II II l
I I, 0 to 2nn barrels, eight foot In I in I
found III .' Ill feel
h t, wii. ox. No ii Hiniiv north.
, i of noilhwesl of hoithcasr 3d-!
II 11. 101 ban els. sand loon 3.0411
to 3.013 fet.
Kinifwond OH company ind W I
r New man. No 1 II ild' brand',
snuiheaaf corner northeast 11-11-11.
ihowlnl for 150 hariels daily In
. I found around 2. Ron fet.
Pralrla OH Oaa Co.i snnth-
i r nnrlhweat or oottthaaot ll
ll t I 150 barrels In 2 and foot sand.
Pi-" I deem AV Kellners . nrpora
llon No. 15 Mcintosh, northeast
, i t of 11-14.11. inn barrels
,per a inn quart shot in sand!
' 1 Ml to 2.175 feet
I wm suite OH companv. oaulft
ei of soiithnesl of northwest 3-
15-11, 20 birrsis dally. In land from
I.TIO to ,41 feet.
I. s Skelton and others ha1ft a
showing for a good well In No 1
OOOdln middle north line, nortfte
weal of northeast 5-14-11, In aiirid,
found at ? It feet. w
I T I L I I
DtaTILL Tour own water lor drinking,
auto batlarle, and Indiltlrlsl uses lleate
oppar WATER 8TILIJI. two and four
gallon. III and 150 Large condensing I 000
gives rapid condensation malarial, worfc
canahlp and opera ing prlifrlplc guaran
teed M'llRKH LIKE A CHARtaV
I'tompf shipment la prsg, i -m ttd.
Send rath, money order 01 btnb draft,
ttr.lll PROPI HI I O.
Iin PI. nicer BMg., H, Paul. Minn
Houston, Fible
& Company
Of Kansas cm. Mo
MFMPEHS NBW YOHK
STOCK KXCHANHK and i III
CA'io HiiAllt' "K THAPE
Stocks flonde flraln and Col.
ton Standard oil and Sub
aldtgry Stock New York and
rioFtofi Curb Liberty Ponds
Iloilgbt and Sold Pllvale Wires
CHAI " Cltlili III TT. lgr
Trlepl Oaa go IMO. No 1 1
I nst I oiirtb st., Tulsa. Okla
Wheat Open
Dec 2 II
Mar ! 0
Corn
kept. . 160
Oct 111
Oats
Sept lift
Deo ( 76
High
2 13
1.11
1 31
71
7
t.ow
2 II
2 II
1.41
1 11
71
Cloat
2 (I
2 17
1 II
1 3S
70S
71S
hl. ngi. I seh I. rain.
CHtCaon, July II. Wheat No 3 hard
12 I6g 2 II.
Corn No 2 mlied II 12. No. 2 yellow
1 l:i1 64.
Oala No 2 white 90'7c
nye No 2 12 21
Parlay 11 26i 21
knn.nl Illy fash Oraln
KANSAS CITY. July 17 Cash wheat
le to 10,- lower. No I hard 12 720 2 13.
No 2 hard 13 702 11. No 1 red 12 7 2.
No 2 red 12 70
Corn tc to lc lower. No, 2 mixed II 41.
No 2 white I1.I0O102, No. 3 yellow
II 00
Oat's Ic to 4c lower. No 2 whi'e $1 0.
No. 2 mined 10c. No 2 led lOOklc
Rye 12 .1902 20
St. I.aula I aah t.rslll.
BT. LOCI8. July 17. Cash wheat No
2 rrd winter 2 76tj3 7tl. No. 1 ted win
ter 12 7102 75
Corn No. 2 while II 63
Ottl No 1 , h. 92011c.
Io the Oil Fields
Anotlur WUdcai bu WUCOX
H. F. Wilcox haa a test that has all
the earmarks of ., wild cat well, In
the shallow sand found around 1.500
feet. In Ms Amos No. 1 In the soiilh
west corner of the southeast of 34-16-3,
about four rtllloi waist id Hris
tow. Abolll 1 iiao lido gas was en
ountered at the top of the sand and
at one or two screws In It had more
than doubled lis gas prOdUOtlOO and
was apinying oil The well will be
drilled in Monday
1
iVfMI Tent at Slick
Tfie Iron Mountain Oil company
Is rigging up on a test at the center
of the south line of the northwest of
2f -1 5-10.
The Iron Mountain Oil company
nnd Lemon O. Neelv has lo.ated
three new testa along the west line
of the northeu quarter of 2S-UI-10.I
Flat Rock District
The Prairie Oil AV Oaa Co.
No. 12 well In the southeast of the
Line Pipe and Casing for Immediate Delivery
NEW USED
v 20 lb. I a In,
S1 , to. IS lb. I ualog.
in, in. la lb, !"
4 In Hlnn.bird l ine Pipe.
I I". 4 lb. Tubing.
10 In III lb. I welng
1 In. I llta Pine.
,1 lie Una Pipe.
4 In I lue I'll"
US. In lu lie I using
I 3 10 In. 1 1 lie I using.
SI, In as lit I lifting.
lit. In. SO lb I Using.
Above slea can lev shipped Immediately pi-h-ve will Is' moato OpOg
liiqur tubjoctl to firlnr sale.
GENERAL PIPE & SUPPLY CO.
Phone t eilur MTi P. O. Hoi 231.
'iln'j s B'salon Tulsa. Okla.
nkw-CASING- '
OlHI fl. 1.5' j. 70 here.
2 i an. 10. 40 here.
I ear 10, .10 en route
i, mm ft in, ii bare,
' vara SI,, 2S ell mule
;t i are OH. 21 here.
II cars aa,, 20 here.
1 . nr Ty .1 III en roaite.
I ear 1'., lb. tube.
I car 2 -in I, SUP line
I .out) 10. 11 here.
S.OIMI Si,. 2S here,
.-i llllll ns. 11 here.
1,7011 17 here.
MM ut, ii. lake bore
,1,1100 2 III I. SIM line hei,
UJLo 'Xsw'. -SM as -V
llhrrtl Itonda.
NEW YORK, July II Liberty bonds
ilfoedi
! 10 II
First 41 16 10
Second 4 14.10
Klrat 4s 16 72
Becond 4 1. s 16 0J
Third 4'. II II
Pourth I'.s 6 14
Victory il t)6 7
Victory 4t . . . .' 95 63
New Orleans rntnres.
NEW ORLEANS July 17
closed tttttly at net advances
16 points
Hlgk
July 37 on
Oct II 2 t
Pec 12 16
.Ian 12 21
Mar 11.41
New York Futures.
NEW TORK. July 1 Cotton
steady.
BICM k Jgj
' fl
CI01I ' I
i a o n I
1107 I
nm 8
3
Cotfon B
of 100 I
LOW CI .e
17 no 37 00 I
il.il 31 20 ' I
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21 01 21.10
t
PRINCIPLES of
PROFITABLE iWCTr-IHvrr
High Low Close
II 10 41 10 41 10
14.77 31 41 14.71
11 10 13 10 11.01
12 11 12 00 S3 II
It 3 -II 31 II. II
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J This bound book of
64 pagra will help
any man or woman to chooaa
invastmanls more wiaely. It
xpUma the fundamantaU of
inveating. yet it is not "henry"
or tiretome on tha contrary it
la intenaaly intereating. It will
give you a 'cloaa-up view of
tha stock market and explain
how tomake a aubitMiitialinufit
on hc-tcd 'i... at and bondo without Ika
baiard of moi fin (radii.. Ton I'rin
; ! nf Profitable Invnttnant" will
be maiird lu jrov upon rgnjueat.
KRIEBEL fr-CO.
INVLSTMKiNT HANKERS
137 So. USdlle St - Chicago
inn
McEwen Mlg. Company
Office and Worke
Tulan, Okla.
Maniifncf iirera of
M' I oil' (.as I Melius
llniid Hhnl Powi-ra
Power Pumps anil Pumpliig Jackf s
Dealers in
Pipe, ravalng .ml Oil Well Supplle
Roan
Tulsg IVuTgo
Covington Roitgeir
l
rat!
XCHANGF
PBONK i ii mi too
U2U l Wii III In,
CAtition Aiki:
"WHERE DO YOU KEEP
YOUR RECORDS?"
Think wh it It would mr-un to you If, ftr ynur fir. youVound
nil it i . AoeuratnCi unj other vnlunhje ronttntit aafa and
Intact, NOW plOtlifi th't, prle'-ii p(HemilonH In fuh d-
gtroyod nd gone forever
Ni. fin' DOOd tll vmi ihe diffrirnre thae two arene would nmke
in in bUadnaaa, imt yog do ItOOd -0 hr (Old how the former arne
..I in iiit l .1 ii uraui ed i relit)
THE SAFE-CABINET
"The World'! Safeit Safa"
The history of the Safe-Cabinet n scientific testa and Amerlca'i
i. ' toe hi-' ii Hie ii lb" loiemoi-i proieellon for all valuables.
There hog been five Hafe-Cablneta in the moat serloua flraa In
Tulsa, whb h protected their contents perfectly. Are your prlce
, ..T.iii protected In containers that will give you Ihe name
result?
Let us submli the evidence Ton owe It (o yourself lo get Iheta
proofi and get them soon Write, call or phone ua today.
THE SAFE CABINET CO.
ROY McPHAIL, Agency Manager
201 Drew Bldg. Phone Oiage 6741
1 iramaaaaaaa
Strandberg,
McGreevy &Co.
MICMI EH3
New Orleans c itton Gxcriange
Chicago Hoard of Trade
New York Slock Lxrhange
PHI VAT K WIRM
Stocks - Grain - Cotton
Llharty Bonda Boueht and Bold
UKOKHK L. K Y8KR. Ma .agur
Phone 7200
121 r . Third Street (Hotel Tnlea)
Km OrlriinK Spnta.
NKW ORT.KANH, July J7 Spot cnttnn
q ii let and u nr ti a n a ed . aala OB tha apnt
91 tialca. arrlv none Low lni.diina
If .0; : i ! n,- $n middling
13.60
Nw York potv
NEW TO UK July f .pot tftttnn
midflllng 41.11.
ruttoimt-erl Oil.
NKW TOBK Julv 17 Whlla quiet rnt.
tonaatd oil wii firmer today on ahort
Csovarlna and local buying inapirad by tha
at rang tb In lard leading, n.on' ha ftn
lahrd f to to potnta rat hivhar Ralaa
l.fl 00 barrala; prlnin cruda nominal, prima
aummar velln aput 2 60 1 50, July
13T5 Papterr.bar t.lti Dtcrinhrr 1 J on
all bid Prima wintar yallnw and aummar
white nominal
PRODUCE
F. W. FREEBORN
Engineering Corporation
Cousulllllg Pel roleulll
Knglneera
Valuation, Appraisals,
Design, Construction,
Management
of
Oil and C.as Pros'rtlea
Muyo Building, Tulsa, Okla.
Mauglitir i-.i'l. Ii. ill. i . I.
GET OUR SHIPPING
PRICE
We huy our lumber and OfOttnl
mati rt.il in c.niond lot and .in
give you a tieitv'f flu'ire on crat
ing ai.d ahtppnig: houHonold
foofli.
W hawg a fnrre of the b-af pro.
ffBhional p'trkeria. who ran get
your gm.fjK out on ahort noun
W'f alho oprrati- the lRrp,ftat flept
of p.iddt'd moving vana and oil
ftld trttOltg tn th Mate.
Wo hae the Idirne'a flrp-proof
afot.iir In ih Oity nnd can atore
your go dt rhrapfr becaue we
pay no rent.
NICHOLS .TRANSFER &
STORAGE
Phones us n;
LADIES! ipOT S
yn ''iir ( . an tad t nhaiuiat. aaaitrwal - lit rrr
1 1 ( ilari So liana, i-alw r lott rfiuaea wth waek. r-
MailCLOv, I iit.i4. : : nen-7 i, v uo aaeiirTtirf aiirtoioaaa, rSr
tr. . a. 4leataoagtaa guMcdj C aAau Cs4,itlaj -S
r. f!,u
aprlnga
rhlrtiao Butlrr I ti '
rHlfAOO, Julv l f Huttar ataadv and
uaahaaeei . racaipra H.OSJ
Kfga firm aad unrhingad;
9. 191 raaaa
rultry atlva ataady, fowla Stc
CfcieM un hanad
Cktaage I'oitoM.
CHlCkQQ, J ily IT - pni4f.aa waakar, !
raratpta 5t rara. X Irglnla $11 75H 1
barrel". Miaaonn and Kanaaa early Ohloa '
narked It intj. 6& cwl , Kantu- k cob
blera 17 2507. at.
Kitnoiaa tftf rrnfluee.
KANPAH C1TT. July 17 Huttar no- I
kinged
Egg (Vata Ir higher itr, aarnnda g I
higher Itc, broiler 41c, nthar poultry I
un"hangad.
potatnea unchanged
hi. I -on in tga0aag,
RT. LOUIS July 17 poultry. gaaga,
lie; hana 3k, oihara uni-bangad.
ggg tic
lfutier unchanged
eaJMUXM NaJMilM
iV ai jour. ...t ut -n eia4S
l e-4 ( . i I a . i. sVL aiu . .
OIL COMPANIES WITH
PRODUCING PROPERTIES
Drill ynur offset loratlona and develop your acreage with NEW
CAPITAL.
Our demand for first hand aerurltlee of tueh companies la
greaier than our supply.
If your short time paper Is a burden, we can help you.
If you deelre to quickly Increase your production through tha
purchase of producing properties, we enu furnbh you the
capital.
Our house puts your company on a substantial dividend paying
baala, and enables you to conaervatlvdy expand and eptead
out In the oil Indua'ry.
No failures to our credit.
No company or person ever loat money ,-.a a result of dealing
with us.
All inquiries treated Strictly confidential.
Inquiries from stock brokrrg and fiar.,1 agents will receive no
consideration,
ADDRESS BOX F-906, CARE WORLD
ANNOUNCEMENT
The Oklahoma Southwestern Railway
l
Opened their line for freight and p.issenger serv
ice from Bristow to Slick, Okla.,, July 15th, 1920.
Joint Agent and Station has been installed at
Bristow with the Frisco Railroad. .Agent has also
been installed at Slick and ample' facilities pro
v ided for to take care of heavy traffic.
LCL and Car Load Freight should be billed to
Slick, Oklahoma via Bristow, care Oklahoma
Southwestern Railway Company.
The line is under construction from Slick to
Okmulgee and the opening of this part of the line
will be announced later.
Further information cheerfully furnished.
Oklahoma Southwestern Railway Co.
N. E. BROOKE
Superintendent Transportation, Bristow, Okla.

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