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nm UI1C flillll HEPOHTS l.-.st YEr.n us "THAT LITTLE GAME" nous FRESIDKNT Or OKK.VT AITOMO JtILK KUIMITS INTKKKST . INti NTATHMKNT. According to J. W. Tlmnron, local Franklin dealer, II. II. Franklin, ir-i-t'ent ( the Franklin Automobile Coin bany, raport llmt 1.') cclipw-d nil year In tha aula c( Franklin car, cvar 11.000 car having Um ahliped during the year. Oxer M.ooo Frnnklln cara ar now In aervh-c. Ihiring No vember the Hlta.-uw factory ha lcen turning .out thirty car a da . ami " December 1 tha aOuduU us Inncua n) to thlrty-threa cra dally, vlil-h l 10 per cent of tht number uf ear turn 4 out tnch Jay during the i-nk pr ductlon In the spring of IW. tfcilrs for "tho f!rat fifteen day of ?vvm!wf averaged over forty car jx-r day. - Extensive addition to the idant have. Juat been complcll at an aKa"Ute coat of over U.OoO.lKM). The) Include a - new manufacturing mw! storage building erected at a est i.f imjii.icmi and containing Itil.ooo square feet if floor apa"; new heating and pewer plant coating ISOO.OOu. ami a liooooo addition to on of the manufacturing building. New equipment being added to the heat-treating detainment at a ct of 400,VO when completed will maka thla one of the finest installa Uin of tta krrnt In the country- la ad dition, a, tnrge pint ? ground ha ln purchased adjacent to the fact.)", tht I Nln bawl for storage of coal and other material. Foreign aalra have foiged ahead rap Uly. Uw .and of the ar ah. mini" an Imreaaa of ft rr cent over ll. Of flctala of tha miiany flr aaverlatly tkaaed with tna fina tece-tton given tha Franklin Cur In avuth Anierua. which befora tha World Wo depended almoat ftiliraly upen importation cara from Buropa. tlulluml. tvi, hoa takrn tart Hunil-or if FtunkRn ara durtnl tha far. rranklln hua diratt aaJaa rtirantatnn In tirlva fiirflirn counlrioa. 1 4THAT LiTfLE GAMEW By b. L;k .:::2::l. . 'v:??M vm: HH-l orF em. If if you CARDS.; mce uf ff. i;--:iG pRAcnce p-h im the . gf-.j ' : : : i-ri Market News ILOTTUN PRIGES AHL GRAIN lit ! i SLIbnlLT.HIbHtlijH M fll : I f K t.V 1.21 t.t 3.0 J.0 10' 1.11 .7: .7! T IVDflTH WHILE, SAY BOYS Shortlr aff Mra. II. Q. llindrlrka. chairman of tha Wonwn a Clul that offart4 prtai-a for tha frratrat catch of ( rau during rSren-up tk. dmM-i ' to aawnd rat-cat hlnr p rt.nl. Nya with Mt tala' Ucan to flic Into tha offVa of Dr. 1L H. tuka. city health officer Jaaaa Lcatcr whoae home la In Kant , Aiwirtno aa jhamv"n far the wack ahtralog .ISO rat taiU. Another hoy had .21. on J, and one I. One boy , claimed that after he had rauxht 3 rata and aaved their tall tnr the con teat thaj were at. dm. Some f tha ratrhea were young rat and rather than have the nut-eiknn ral ktwto whether the taila w-r young , rata or inW, bodk-a were hriught along with .tha Ulla. Aa a rule only tall f the oU rata were prwnliil fir count i"a. though In eome InatAnc-a the tall wia chopped off a vry ahort dintam-e tack af tha eara. According to Jaaae Uwter the fun of catching Ul rata waa w.a-th $7. to. the amount of the ftrat prtie. and he hoe yet to get firat money mhk h add-d tr 7M wnrtli of fun will maka til 00 Moat of Toung Uaater'a catch were duv out of tha gTvtind and duga did tha , k;uing. 1 Dr. H. H- -Duhe. rl; Inapactnr of Am ' arOIa. haa dadared the Clean l'p Week great aucceaa. -The ckAteratltn a tha Woman a Oderated (luba, the Bn pcouta .and Ih cltlaenthlp aa a mlul truUUng it ao. The reaulta are paai tha aiaaeUtiona of thoae In charge. In eofiracantioa with a reported from tht Newe. Or. Duka aaid: "Xhia ckn ui campmlgn haa been a howling u cea and I want to take thla oirtunlty of thanking tha people of Amurlllo. tht Women'i rederated Clula and the !( rVoula for tho co-ojieratlun they hatr given ma In thla we-k uf eradication Tha wagona have been ao tuny they hare not gotten alt the trah plrked up. but thla will be done aa nJVkly aa poa alble." Tha Tf. M. V. ft the Firat T!attlit chunk will raader the following pro gram tTcdneadky. March SI. l:i: Bubject: Chrlatlan Amerkanlcatlon Hymn. Prayer: "That Wa May I!.ed Hi Can." - (Mra, A. H Wllbom) nille Lraalon Mra. Laramer. Tlymn. AnterVanlratlon Mra. TJ. K. Puck att AaalmlUUon Mra W. A. nice. Poem, -The Immigrant." Mlaa Umlth What tha Mlaajonary Woman Cn d Mra. B. V. tlarrla. , Tha Lady with the Lamp-Mn. R. B Vaateraon, Jr. Hymn. JYnyer Mra. II. E. pwry. !fj(lca t rtulalheaa and Veung Men of CYsaaaVr'a flam of lk Street Mctbodht Kunday Kohmil. fta young men of the Cruwd-r't Claaa. aad the young wianen of the I'hl latha Claaa of the Tut Rtreet Methn dkt Sunday rhl, will tie awlrned a plaoe for their Inwon a.udy hen they appear at churoh thla morning. Kteamer Crew hated. Kjr Aaiaelalef frtea. HAVANA. March AU the m-m beta of the crew if the Ameftar at earner Ncrtune whli'h waa wrerlte) on tha Cuban ccaa near Carina yea tarda y, have rearhed ahora ately. ac cording to lha advicea received hera to day. Tha veaael and cargo were ra ported loet. Tha Natuna aalled from ew orr-ana March 14 for Caraco Cuba. bi.(ulurta with final prli oaj to f polnti. net lower. March rloaed at S.10; May 6 .:; Jul)-, i 49. and ptcrnlx r. iU, al bid. a . AMARILL0 MARKETS Whent, No. I huid f 1.4 Wlniit, No. t har.1 1.4 ! Knfir ', 51 M.lo Mai I' Oula J Ollt 61 Anmrlllo r eed RrtaU. Hhnrta. pr rwt.... f'.nn, jMr cwt , Torn chop, xr rwt , Kafir chop, -r cart Hulled corn, per owl Mill at, piT cwt (. jur cwt Cotl'mmel mcol, per cwt Alfiilfu hdj', per bale I'riliio luiy, per bale Htmw, per taile Aniarlllo Mva Poultry. Il"ti, gcimnl run I J- I i:Nwti-ra l jTutko". No. 1 young toma. 10 lb., I over i Turkey, oKl toma 5: Turk ). No. 2 i JU' k. f. f. f I n. f. f. f , ' (iillncn, each I Amurlllo Km. : (Price to fnrmeia by grocera ; nncl Miir.K tnen In Aumrlllol: I UrcHh riiiintry egg. 'r doaen 5! I Amurlllo butter f.it mid rn-utnery I Illltter i liutti r f;it 40 , fniifii. ry butter fi I llldra. ' t'iy hlb'a f .01001 , Cured lilili-a 04 I l. 8. tll.tr OJ Crin lilde 02 i O M. bull hide 01 n.t. however. nvi rnce.I nukIi!')' low-. (i u iri,,,, 1,1,1... er. bfliia( of the din line In other i ,.rt.. Iiiil,. Xn 1 "" i'r.n re.n. I ((, , j,. N , Amurlllo Prodiirr, A pli. Wnah. wa. fan y. .. .11 :4.0( ., , ! He;l grade. u,t J:51iS.5 DAILY COTTON TABLE nrat.g... MaJeMlc navul 425U6.0C K'.iln". Ktrehxtli In Iiok wa -IMe for 1. fiiiinr in'ovlftion maikel .i ly. r I 1 UMi an unbar, 1.47; .October, .447; DacemUr, 11 January, 714. Spot coffee, firmer: Rio 7a. Cc; Santoa' a, I I 4f 1 f c. Ilraallian port receipt, 1,000; Jumllahy receipt, 11,000, 1 FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK VIT Wt-KTU, Teu, Match II. 'alllr ieeve tc.ooa I ts. Ktockera l.un;.o , Cowa jriMltJ 6.00 Cantifl l.i.OOVX.00 , II-II. I S3.004J g.OO Hull" ll.S.'itiS.OO . Curve llOOfi 10.00 YeniiliiKa .i.OUII.60 la- l.ltfht !l .00fl. 10 lMMIflH.00 k.uotm.no fC.O0fl7.IKI IT.OUVIOO v . .f7.00Ct.0U ir..uoiii.7. Metllmn Mixed ... ItollKll .. llcnvv ,,, Common , Plif lier Amm ... Yearling Wet in r , Kw- , , . Cull .... WICHITA, Kn March HfTog r(ipl 100, .niarkat atid i.)ap t.10; bulk St.X0v4.to. ' r : ' : ( Cattl r.eoiH 0; ranrkat 1 itfiVnf ; I.Nl aleei l4.fi0dl.TS: hear cow atld belief ft0'j7.t&; at kera -and veed era lt.fl(i4M.AV; atock er and heifer 3.M)(tS,it); bulla IS.iOff t.00 tcotva recelpra, 440; f.0l.3. ,' NEW YORK mSXLT ' tt AolaUd fnaa MOW YUHK. Mar. ll.Llttle enthtt liim for trading waa ahown. today in the cotton good market, lluyer of un derwear held nff on tha new fall aaaaon. Little new bualneaa pilng to llelfaat lin en marketa. Wool ooda were, firm, but mw wujd unattled and aiika mm leaa active. HurUtp wna uulct Mt lower than pre war level. ( lha Tha llelle IJcnnelt MUnlonary U Polk filrect MethodUt t'hurrh The lU'lle lifiitiett .Vlaalonarv HocUlV !of thn polk.Htreet Methudiat Church .'. . .t 0ff 8.00 ;rn,t ftt fl,rr o'clock WednmdAy After. . ...1'i.oiiti 7.00 ihm.n. , .. . .t.l.uofit.00 Inatend of the mgular iirogram bnlnk . . . .S.I.'Mtu S.00 i rei''i"a. an old faahlonM prayer meet fl. outi l.oo ln wna neiu. with Mra. Collin aa lead- jer. whk-h waa gntly enjoyed by all iii--oi. .or, mmw gnve a apienaiti talk during th afternoon. In brhnlf af .the uny Nuraery. iitnllned 1 rourc and llahliilrea of the twelve j MilHury Koclely of tl Pultt Rlriwt 'il nil rcveriie tuink were a follow MelliodM fjiurch - ' iP tho clone of bualm-M Mnrcli IH; ' The Miaalonary Hia lsty of tha Polk 'EDERAL RESERVE BANKS' Mr Aaeeeiatnl Prt m. ' WAWIIXCTON. Ur. 19, Rraourrea. Total gold held by bank. fotal gull recrve rotal rieerv rmul bill on tutriil Mil caviling aam-t dibit rcamiror liablUlie. ditul uMtlt rulnl l,al.IHI( meat ivk in ,Hlr.t MethMllat chunk Wilt 7HO.SHJ.HOU , cunaui.v aiieinoon, at Z;45 O cluck In X .100.019,000 , the church annex. The leader urgt 7.4l.,i.XKn,00fl , thut nil ineiiil r bring their Itlhlra 2. $47,41)9.000 and coiiie on tlnio. t 2.40II.&1 4.000 . , 5.J6,79.000 I .Hetwecn thirty and thirty-five a wfi nuin'a 1 hauo ofiwrryiiig 15 M tmr ;cent; betaien thirty five and forty It I 3 8 4 per eml. according to an at ' bltrary tuble nuuW by a niera num. ' 1.774.615.000 O.tUCJflH.OOO nrKMNfi HCKKt.l Lii, TIIUI (.11 MRKM.TII IX IIO(iS KsniMlI.K 1 Sr VKKlI. IMIIXTM fiAIXKH . I OK I lltMKK J'KO MOXS IH KIXU HAY. OX MAKKKT. I ! By Aerlatd I'rrw NEW TottK. Mar. 19 A more optl. mlatlc vl.-w of Kun'tHun ixilltlnil pr ect reflected n the ateadlniM of tho n AMnrialid Pnmii. rilir.Min. Mir !. Liquidation wn ; on tIy with iiiort kicking, und waa , r. c iMiiiml,!.. f.ir a harp breuk nl wheat ! otton market here thla morning. It j m the flnlnh. hi h cauvd other grulii failed to create any genera! or nggrea- live demand, but week end rt-ilUlng ilea were readily atiaorlicd. The gen eral market luted eteady at a net ad vance of 1 to point, with March rel atively firm. The oienlng wna Irregular. There waa a little more uthern aelllng. and ac tive Mltior iej, off a few point ri:ht iftrr the ca!l or nlxMit 4 to R point pet lowtr. There w Wall Ptnet and at (red buying, hoaevrr, and the m.-irk- t non ateadlid again. A nanlnent Ala to ilc-vnd. At th cloae wheat wa down I 14.' to 8 I :c, with March II. M to II S: 1-4. and Mv II 42 to 11.42 1-2; enrn m off 1 2c to lc; i,.it t.r ilown 1 5 c to S 4c. while lard wan higher and ' rk und rib lower, lUiying aaaltiPt bid wn the tin In fac t.-r In 1 locking the l.tlii.. In wheat.' Veil rcN i , ere k-. n. rally i l.-nt. The market wa generally beai'lh. the l. ire eovfilng tailv and 1 nconnti-rtug little difficulty in obtaining wheat. Aft er the ehort hud completed their cov- 1 I'nit M"eincr,t Ml.!. Ueipta New iiiieium It no 1.153 i'.uIv.ki. 11 11 a.kjo Mobile 1(1 231 S.nannah tl.ltf E.50.1 I'harleatoi tsj wuiiiingi.m 11.00 j::,o Norfolk II 141 llem.m n.4a Philadelphia II.10 New Yeik 11.55 Minor roit 9,722 T tal Ilav 17.IC1 Total for5 week ... 17.C21 Total for ii-nn 4.7!ll Interior Movement MI1. i:e-ept lfoumon 10 70 4..'.M Memphi ...... .11. .'.(I 2 Htil Augiiat.i ...... .10 M S21 tft LmiU 11 r.P :S!i Atlinta ...IOC0 Little li.Mk . . .11. to CO I I in Uir 1.10.7 1 Total today II. Ml SUGAR I lm,ii, 4JU to ivo count.., ' Sweet polatiKi. erate t.eitnci', M4W cit. S 1-2 dor j Cabbage Ocood quality), lb,. ipuua, jut i wi, Union acta, yellow, t !u al; 14 lb , ri'.raw U rrle. per 24-pt. crate AuiarlUo Ket.iil (iroccrlc. Pillar I rnna, Ih Illce, lb I'otati-, lb ' No. 1. end, tomatoes, do 9 7i4.7r S.50WI Ot) I2.0f ISO IOC 7Ji .10i .10 .04 .04 .90 2. no:. HlMI i 1 220 1.0U hama - t firm eetlmat.d the reduction ! ' r""t ,h' rnf'"et collai-NI and flnNhed 'n acreage at from 30 to 3J per c-nt. ! n"nr 1h" 'M'1:"- Tr" ' eo uid aaya l-th Lurot,n and dnmet, ! m'' condition . how -v. r. remain the inli.mr hv l-.n Uimo i... .-...t... d'nilniting Infliien. e In the market. 4 atipb a. COTTON Br AmiaUd I'm NEW oHLEAN'i. Mar. 19. During a cod irt f the aeiwlon In cotton to-: liv the tending revolvej around the lueatlon of how Urge the final gin nlrig figure .f the eruaon would l In the teiort dae frorm the cenua tu rrau Monday morning. In the early trading there aa much talk of unfavor able large figure, and the market foil 1 to I x4nt U-low the level of yes terday' cloae. In the biter trading the view apiM-ared ta prevail that a liear ih retort had b.-en dlx-ounted and the -narket reacted to higher level. CI.. ng price a-ere at net gain of tha day f 2 to 20 point. RICE ly AiaariaUd Prn. NEW Oil LEA Nl), Mar. II. P.ough rice, no aal.a; receipt. l.lt rntka; mill r' re-eiit. name; clean rice, mendy; ntea. lilue ll'e. 4 447 ket. 1 l-4c to 1 l-2c. tiran and Milih, unchanged; re ctlta. 1.J44. Vl:W Vlll!K Mu. I'l Til.. i,n!l,rl"''' 1 li.n.iT In I.nl market for law augar uith I'ulm iiji t'i at ,". 14.', rout and fniKht, cju.il to 0.27 i for 1 entrif ugal. The cointnltteo reported S.linft ton to the lnll.'d State Intel (.! at & t-4 1 o't and freight, and lA.nno ton old -iop at 5.o. In refined the undertone iin iiim. niill uon.-iiii .1, i.nniK 10 lliu im Corn wa iiulet. The feature wn the ndintloti of 1 4c per H.url to Ihe tm-i Q nuyirjc 01 juiy on rctmg nriler. crea- 1 1 of Sc for fine giulate.r by one of ltd to u leading elevator iir.creat. I the leading refiners. There n a good tr.uk' in out. There nun cnly a mulerutc bualnena Corn, end., do 1 .NO Coffi-e (Ktanil.ird ronated), b 30 Lird aulaitltutp, l ib. tin 1.J6 S.vrup. gallon 901J1.IJ Lntimtr)- aoap. bar OJ ) Toilet annn, biir 10 Flour. 4t Ih. auck 3 00 24 lb eack 1.03 corrEE ! By AMotiaUd I'nto. NEW YoHK, Mar. lO-n-norta thM the Itraaillaii government wa consider-( lug n mcflMiir.' for tnlllllng i-off.e cnniblnetl v. Iih ahurn ndvancea In the prlmaiT market led to more active covering, trade and Investment buying In future here today. The ripen ing wa IK to 21 oint higher, with .May touchln a.10 and September 4S.45; I March, fi.71; May. S ; July, 6Jj; Sep., If we said they arc (inj; up every day and will soon he too' lu'ult to buy yon would decide to wait till they started down ajfaiii. , Rut they are poinp IX)VX and will soon be too cheap to buy. It's because some 'play safe and take a uod thhu; without risking recklets wait in?. Watch and Wait Not the Automatic Auction is open to everybody.. , New tlfinps always differ ent and only one of a kind arc put in the window every day, starting at the regular price and drop ping each day at 1 p. in. until sold. T USSELL QpOCKRELL jX Panhandle yj Printing .t "Our Bustni$ Is to tUtp Your Bustntn" Office Equipment, Hooks, Gift Books COTTONSEED OIL tly AanriaUd I'm. NEW YORK. Mar. 19 Cottonseed oil waa quiet but steady. Cotton houie-a tfHIgtiJ a little July. I-ITind Otherwise aaa chiefly front ahorta and inspired hy ateadlne in lard and cotton. Clos ing bid were unrhang-d to i point higher. Kile. 1,1 uo barrels. Tender. 700 Imrn-ls; prime crude. 4 25 bid: prime lummer yellow Kit i oe at 4.00: May, 4.S0; July. 7."; S. pt. ml-r, 7.29. all bid. It's Seldom Vou See GOODRICH TIRES ; ' Sold at a Discount . Some Sizes We Are Selling For Less 10 DAYS ONLY Silvertown Cords Also Gisii Auto Shop r.ctwi-en Pi.lk and Tavlor on Sth Street FINANCIAL 3r Axneiatad I'na, J NEW TOKK. Mar. 19. Aside from 'he customary week-tnd attlcintnt of , hort contract Id oils. stel. motor and elected rtcc-tnltica at fairly aubstantinl idvancea, today hort ncaslon tt the lock market and fen lurch. A few shun under rent depression. ' notibly Atlantic flulf. moved contrary I .o the general tir. This aplplwl In ' more moderate mensurca to New Haven ind Pennsylvania. CUnting hmiw weekly report show- ' d the relatively anvill Ic'ereaw of ab- ut fll.ourtOiiO In actual lov-. and dl-' "ount. Itewrve nf nienitx r it the f. d nl re lerve lmk decrtii.-1 by n linnet I3V00O, ViO. effacing the gre-it r rt of kist ' week'a gain and tt contraction cif alight y over I3!,0i.0ii0 in cash holding re. bleed the exec- reserve to 3,440.non A mors hopeful rote waa rounded n the day's g.-n-nl n.wn, authoi Ha lve trade review reporting a gain In "he Whohkile 1 , good Inmlnem. over he corr.-stwindlng p 'iod ul year. Mer--antil" conditions Were tm ti r u to r -lection and fuither ahrinkare of f-ll-, ore i indicated. LlWrty Issue were galn ditnsr t raeede, but thwh.-nd list Dtherwt waa! tteady on a ve'y narrove turnover. IValera repi'ned mnt than tha uaual ictlvlty to foreign ex hange. I MAYOR LON D. MARRS of our city Will Dedicate The Great Fair Theatre The Khiva Drum Corps Will give Three Nights of wonderful stage entertainment. The three first nights of our opening date Will Be Announced Later THE FAIR THEATRE MANAGEMENT 1i i Yc wish to announce the opening of the "Automobile Market" corner of Polk and Eighth Streets Monday morning, March 21st. We will have all makes and models of Automobiles for sale at rock bottom prices. They must be sold. If you pre contemplating disposing of your old car and buying a new one bring the old one to us wc have a customer waiting for just that make of car. Give us your lowest price and we will try and make a small commission above that if unable to do so wc will turn it .t your price as these cars must sell. ',." We will have for your .inspection on the opening .day the following makes of cars, priced to sell: Cadillac, 4 and 7 passenger Dodge, 2 and 5 passenger Chandler, 7passenger Oakland, 5 passenger Ford, 5 passenger Buick, 2 and 5 passenger Hudson, 7 passenger Reo, 5 passenger Packard, 7 passenger Chandler Coupe And quite a few others not listed. We will call for your car and deliver it back to your office every evening for a nominal charge per week. List your car with us. Phone us your wants. Williams-Pittman Co. 713 Polk Street Phone .765 ft