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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1921 -PART ONE
PACZ Fl . Mews V;i!EATPniCES FLY SKYWARD MAY WHEAT ADVANCES AND IZACBES PKICE $1.87 PER BUSHEL ly Aejeclatea Hmi. CI1ICAOO, May 31. In an end o the month flurry. price tvw akywart IT H cent today (or the May deliver) o( wheat. The top moat flgurea whlol May wheat hae reached thin eeaeon 11.17, a buahel. prevailed al the la minute-when May contract expired The market cloacd ncrvoua and July li which moat or the duya hualnc wa done, ahnwed by half cent to I l c ne gain, at 11.2m to tl.Sll H. Corn rim ed half rent net lower to a like ndvnnci oate unchanged to I 4c blither and pr vlatona at a acthack of 1ft to 5e. It waa catltuatcd that total dealing In Hay wheot durlnir today'a ecaloi totalled alMut 7&0.000 huMhela. Firm tea of the July delivery waa aacrlliei to eympathy with May and to routine a nee of unfavorable crop report rt aplte new of ralna. Iieaidea expnr rail waa hrlak. Oermnny It waa a:il taking 1,000.000 buhcl. Cirn and oat were upheld hy th leatllneaa with which elevator and kIU Mra ahaortiett the Iminenae receipt o corn here, 1.750 rarhaul. Provlalnna were governed by ninlnl. by the t-hangca In the hog market. 8UQA1 By AMOtiataa Pre. NEW YOKK. May Jl-The raw at gar mat kef waa unwilled by the aim Inir of the emergency tariff bill by th. prealflcnt, but It had no effec t on price: which continue at ft.Mt for centrlfi sal. Ilaw augar futurea were, weak unde. aelllng by trade Intereata and com nil alon houaea with cloalng prlooa IS tif 1' )Hilnta lower. July cloned at I.6S; Sep tember at S.S8 and Dcceinlior at 1.8' ad bid. The market for refined waa atead: and unchanged at (.30 to f.0 for fin. granulated. In refined futurea the value of al outatandlnr fontrant) waa Inrrunaci ,3o Mr pound at the opening of dual nraa today on account of the Inrrcaaet. tariff. Trading waa llaht and ronftneo to a few lota, July aWIIng at (.SO am August at C.33 or at advance of (r point from the clone of luat week. Fin bid1 were SI point a net higher. Jul; rloecd at t.SS; Auguat M0; Dcptemlici 1.13 and October at .0. COTTON STEADY WITH JO BUYING REPORTS CONFIRMING CROP ACREAGE FIGURES FAIL STIMULATE MARKET Jferenro today. mIM titx-n th federal j government to aid In the rehMbllltntlnii I of the cotton Induetry. The govern intent waa urged In rraolullona: To authiRi4 and grant a more III era I expannlon on credit on fumi ln. To lower the floral lnk re-diwount rule without delay to a figure md In caeca of & per cent on the rcdlMcounta of f.irm product and all rotiiincrvlul paper. To liiMlruc t the war finance curixira- lion and the dcnrtincnt of commerce j to render 11 II ;iulblc nlil In nitonlng up cxih iI for cotton and other American 1 raw Wlu't. mi a to xiliotilittt the ' movement and ronmimtitloit of Uch (ominodltlea aa rapidly aa oltle.. ' M.LFuller)M.D. , , ,p,0"e,217,f Awnlitr. Imirlni lent, wa l GENERAL rtlU-TICB liberal ad t llulullng I'llUNKN: Office MI Itealdenra tMI When neither anawrr Call 48 Awning, louring lent, wall IrtiU, ran- ta rover, ramp equipment, elc. i Amarillo Tent and Awn ing Company ilfili and I Honor Mnloi()ile ami ltli)ile J. C. Berry & Co. ARCHITECTS Suite 30 Fuqua Building . CHICAGO LXVE3T0CZ By AfrMwIetrd frm. CHICA'tO. May II. Tattle receipt la.aoo; beef ateera. butcher ahe etock !3 to ear higher ton beef vteera II bulk tfl.aoaji.TS: fat cow and helfei. n.oatty t3.:S7.00; bulla, calve. Block era and feeder ateadv to 25c higher bulk bulla I.6043.7I; calve largely $1.6fltfl.C0. Hog recelpla 33.000; oned 33 to 3.V higher: chawd weak to Wo lower than early: big iMickcre practically out f tha market: top t.13: bulk tT.7Sx.io nlga moetly Si to UK' higher; bulk 11.00. Hheep receipt 7.700; lamba unevenly (0 to 11.00 higher: aheen atrong to Mo higher: ahorn laml IIJ.i:.; bulk lll.M01S.OO; ewe top (.&0 bulk 13.30 .00. FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK By AaaaeiatH Pnae. ITRT WOltTII. Muy. 31. Cattle: IteeViB ll.noQS.00; atmkrra 33.0094 73. rowa 3.00V3.:S; rannrra I1.00ff3.0n beltera I4.(M) R.00; bulla I3.0flli3.30 calvea 1I.OOC7.00; yrarllng $V00 .0o. Hot: light 37.6007.(3; medium I7.3'i 07.60; mixed l.7i 7.35; nunmon Id .00 OI.7&; heavy t.004i.7i; rough li tHiff 1.00; pica 3.007.(H. Hheep; fcmha I5.OOA7.00; ytrllng 11.0011 3.00: wethera 13.6om.lM); ewee t:.&03.&Q; rulla 11.0003.00. DAILY COTTON TABLE IStt Movement New tirloana . flalveaton Mobile Savannah Tharleaton Wilmington Norfolk . . . Baltimore Philadelphia New York Total today Total for week ... Total for araeon.. Interior Movement Mid. .11 M i!.:o 11 00 11.73 11.33 II 60 11.73 II 35 Uccelpt H.M' 43M 19.193 1.64 4.5M 114 43T 1.359 i:.7 1141 no 3 334 1310 Mid. 13.00 .11.73 .11.33 .11.73 .ll.ti .11 50 140 :.3 3J9 74.1M 5.9M.3H9 Itecelpla ttb 13.734 :.0 37 ;o 1.630 411 1.0:3 1.03 73 793 1I.1CT outnn r: . Momphla . . . Auguxta ... Ht. lunula .. Atlanta . ... Utile Hock , Ilallaa 1M3 ToUl today ooFrxa By AeMTlalnl fnm. NKW YOKK. May II The market fi coffee futurea waa higher tmliy a a reault U higher rk-ea In Ilraill. cov erlng by trade ahcata ami a mmWaie commleelon houae A-mand. The cpen-i Ing waa 1 to T xlnta higher and active month aWd I to 13 4nl at.ve laat week 'a -hwlng fUotallna with Jttly lourhlng 41 and ptemU tal price were within a oo'nt or two of tha beat ahowlng. a net advam- t to 11 pntnta. July, a.44.-: Heptemlirr. .77c: Ortober. .;r: Hreemher, 7.3V; Jan uary. T 14c: Mreh T.64e. Boot coffee quiet; rlo T"b I l-4c; Ban toa 4 a. 91-40. COTTOrSD on. Br AeiariBted rma. NEW YORK. May It. After opening ateady tlay cotton aned oil hred the break to Bog pralueta but n et ronimle alon houae aupport near the rloar whk h ralllH prtcea. Near poa""a wrr finally I to I polnte lower and late un changed to I higher: ealea 4 barrela. lrlim crude I.J6T6J4-: txlme aummer yellow apot. 7 0Oc M: July. 7.33ei Urn- r AMCM-Iaud I'riw. NKW YOKK. May II. lublcuton of i tditlonal reMiita lending to confirm ! went linllieh crnji und acrenge fig ire, lalli-d to atlmulate buying In the 1 otton mark t toduy, but gave prli-es I general meudy tone during the greater. I l t of the ki'Melon. The prim- of ' uly conlraeia fluctuated between 13.M md I3.M0; cloelng at I2.H3 with the j leneral murket cloning vay, net I Milut lower to five point liltiher. 1 l.lverpiHil ahowed no ecl feature ! ver the American liollday and the: mirket here otH-niit ateady at a decline I f llituc pulnta to an udvance of three j N'lntH. near montha being relatively mey owing to circulation of a few 1 'tine not Ire. Thcwe madu no linpre ilon on the June price however, and A'lillo there were acuttensl aolllng on he continuance of the llrltlnh lulior oiilieii, of the favorable weather map. arly offering were quiet readily b Mil lied. There ateared to be a pec al demand for January around 14.30 vhile OctolHir aold up to 13.70 and Ue-emlM-r 14.10 with uctive montha gin rally Bhowlng net oilvanee of 3 to 0 Nihil. 1'urt of the buying wu lie ieved to In- for ilomete trade occount. Inimnew IntneKt were alo credltetl vlth buying and there wna further 'owrlng on bulllh end May crop re- MH't. The general market, however, van unlet and prlcea eamil off during be ufternoon under realising pi onto t d by reMirt of an eimler fi-ellng In kVall Htreet and belief that a low con dition figure from the government on I'hurmlay had la-en pretty well dU ountcd by prlvato report. (ktolH-r old off "to 13.(3 and iH-ccmticr to 14.01 r four to ten polnta net lower, but loecd a few Mint up from the lowrat n renewed covering. Two private crop vHiita were loaued one making the mid I lion at 04 and Indicating a do-i-reuao of 39.1 per rent In acreage, .he other made the condition (4.3 with reduction of 1 0.733. OoO nciea In the irea planted. (Hilntlng to a yield of i'.S76. 000 ImiIcb. Thoao reHirta were lUiut In line with flgiirea publlahed recently and canvaaa of local exchange aiembera ahoned that a government re port of around (5.1 waB expected on the averagu. According to private re IKM'ta received here t"lay the fedenl .'(aerve Imnk of Italia eatlmate the tduction In acreage In Texa at 30 1 er rent. Reitrlctiona of credit and high ate of rcdiarount charged on farm :n. the reaaona mild, had rendered It miKiaalble for farmer to plant and rul tlvate a normal cotton crop In 1921, and ndlcatlnna that the cotton acrcagt would lie the amalleet planted In the 'aat 35 year "The cotton grower Industry and .he entire nation." the reaaona addetl. 'are Buffering from unieakiihle loaac n prlc value ami etagnated market n America and reetrlcteil extxirt. De flution In farm value which waa eo on xpectedly precipitated uMin the coun try In Auguat. 1920. found the rotton ;rowera with their croiw ready for har veot and without tMtwer to protect them selves frmn the debacle of constantly lowering price. The crop waa produced at the peak if high coat and the grower found themctves faring bankruptcy value, from an expectancy of I3.600.oo0.nmi j for the cotton crop in July, 1920, when cultivation ceaeed. the growers of ttvit rop auetalned a ba tif H.6"0.wi0.mMt t art of which waa profit but roir-1 Whted a net loa deducted from the net-, ual coat of production." la It propoecd to have governor of( otton growing atatea apiolnt a com oitttee to wmk out a Uin f co-operation In cMnbllxhlng a otton price. NEW OM.KAN8. May II. l.l.Ulh. tlnn of the long Intereat waa agalnt the price of cotton In a mild way today, 1 the trailing montha being depreaard diir-1 Ing the greater art of the arnalon. i KluctuatlonB were not wide, early loeaei imountlng to alx to aeven lnt. after i hleh the market came liack and ad-1 vanced to level five Mlnt higher , than the chiac of laat week. In the early afternoon Ibiuldatlon waa heaviest 1 and It forced dectlnea In-low bit wek'a cloae of ten to twelve point, but on . the cloae the tone again waa ateady and prlcea ehowed net loaeea of only three to fiair point. Kxceptlona of tin-favia-able condition ftgurea from pri vate aourcea totmarow imanlng at-' IH-arcd to lie the reaaon for the bite 'toadlnca. July aa high aa 13 55c, a low aa I3.3XC. ami clone,! at 13 47c. The ow-nlng decline waa due to a ' poor IJverpool market and much of the lliiuklutlon from the long aide ! emfl to he due to dhwpMntmcnt that the lliltlah coal etrlke wa not act tic! during the holidays, a private rrop report placing condition at (4 tier cent ' of normal and the derreane In acreage at 19 6 per cent waa hack of the mar ket when It wa aenl up fir a net ad vance. Weather condition over the licit dor. 1 Ing the holiday were regarded aa fav orable but rauncd no great amount of riling. ; COTTON Br AMaclated rreaa. NKW YORK. May SI American cotton grower, manufacturvra and af filiated Intercut, al their natheial con-1 DON'T DO THIS! LEONARD EAR OIL REUKVra PEAFNE8S and KTUI'H HUADNOIHKH. Simply Rab it Hack ( the Eara and Inaart In Noatrila. lexif of sae eaw will be gtna ay la tVagaM. I'nr aale In Amarillo, Teiaa, by Randall Itrug Co. A. 41. Im ard, Inc., 31 h Ave. New York. The LUCERNE Amnrillo'H HHst iiioilcrn Apartment. 1105 Polk Street Dr. D. Roach, Owner Phone 701 CHERRY BLOSSOMS CONFECTIONERY AND DRUGSTORE rni-h Ft nit. Soft J)rlhk, flgara, I'lKarctlc and l'i rlixllcula, I'ATIUIMK, VOI R NMIilllMIKIIIMIII Mr lit II NT ftOO :mn( Trnl h SI. I'hone 1311 DR. E. L. PRICE IJmlled to lrartlce of Osteopathy NKW FAIR TIIKATKK III II.ULNO Ptynei 795-1312 CHIROPRACTIC Far Aeaia, fJhronlo aad'Netotai llU v n 'i iruinl'i Alexander's Auto Laun dry, Greasing and Repair Parlor HKIIVIfK la what we lave for sale. I'ara ailed for and IMlvered You can depend on "Aleck" I'booe lluO ruriier I'ourlU ami T)ler Phone 100 J. P. BROMERT, D. C , Bakla Dulldliu' Ilk aa4 Folk U lt DR. U V. CRADIT 08TE0FATH10 rilYSIClAN Oeasral 4Mxpatkla swi Fya, Bar Naaa mm 1 aroai nm turn. Cajtta tUtU Bar A. Jeboaoa TSig. , Ml atea. i-MM wu 1 for real Storage Dattcryi Service Only piacc in the city employ ing factory trained men. We repair any Battery, Magneto, Starter or Generator. 1 T. M. Caldwell Co. I Panhandle distributors of the Henderson, Aco, Reading Standard, Oeveland, Indian, Excelsior and Indian bi cycles. Amarillo Motor cycle Co. KXI'KUT rtlTAlKINO 03 Kaal Third St. Home 1(71 Blackburn A Maloot , Saecaaaora af C M. Cakla rPNKBAL DIRRCTOnS AND ' i EMILYLMERS ! Frompt Ajabulaaca darrtte i Fkaaa II 1M falk Furniture Refinished j We remove old paint and varnUli from your furniture, and enamel or flnlhh any way dralred. IMVKRSAI, AITO I'AINTINtl CO. ' m Harrtnon ht. I'hone li: J. F. DROMERT, D. C Chiropractor, Acute, Chronlo and Ner voua Dleeaaee, Thona 1031-1030, Cakla Bldg., llh and Tolk Bireeta. CHIROPRACTIC Far Acute, Chroerto aa4 Matatt J. F. BROMERT, D. C Rupert Ma, Crabb Tearhcr of rUNO aai VIOLIN I'emiaariitlr Inrated In Amarllla Trui,rary Htudlo, 1001 llarrlana St. rhona IIM Mammocks At n time have t slmwn a nunc ln-aulil'iil iisstirtuu'iU of I lainniiicks than imw. There is a spkiulitl assnrtineiit f colors I'linu wliicli to choose. Prices range from $5.00 to $12.00 Crvt one for your porch. Nuhn Electric Company SIX GILLETTE ULADKS with HOLDER $1.25 PREPAID In Attractive Case 8.ltlfnrttn Guaranteed or Money livfu-iib-d. Thla offer fr a UmiUd tlmo only. IU'tnll by mnrv orbr or cah (no tii ( FRAD RAZOR CO. 1475 Broadway New York City Dress Up Your Car We have the largest and finest eauipped shop in the Panhandle and can make your car look like new. Ilrlng your car to our ilm-e and let u eatliniite with U the nu-t of a new J.l a new Job tint mean complete autlfiutlin In every repe-t nialerinla at well a wm knuinxhlp. Hftif CHl! Universal Auto Painting Co. 04 llarrifton Ntreet liione ICS The Authorized Ford Service Sizil The Electrical Pcii cl Your Car need attention from lima to. time. The wiring may need re plariiiH, tho generator may iie-il tiiuinu up or new farta, likewien the atnrter, cotnmuta tr and other elertrb-al Inatru iiiiinl on your car, Wa are teeliillNtB on nil Kord equip. tnent and guarantee all work. The G. E. Abbott Co. . 003 T)lcr tit. Fkaaa t:l MOTECE We have in our refrigerator positively the beat meat that has ever been offered for sale in Araa rillo. We especially invite the public to come down and! see this com-fed baby beef in our sanitary refriger ator. -Come- 7IZ Polk Stmt Phone 4H.I1JZ BRUNSWICK HI ll Amarillo Music Co. Miisic" 710'aPolkSt. Fhsns 2444 0. fi i; Frali Eo. Where You Get Quality and Service Kxtru line b-otona, a-r il"-n ....Ma lli;it fiuil, mT ibuten M I In i-M PI lra. eie-iil ......38 fullfianiM hl h'ttucc. eitia Urge, Jn-e htad IS Itananna, t-rtHl mt ! n .................Mt I'ountry ma. frrh. tr den .............tSa l-'reli ! uiatiiea, H-r lMkit ....lit New potato, 1 Hunila ......ISa ilrcrti tilnulea lean. S pound f ISa We hova in atot k aiH'b-ut, plum, orange, h-mona, apidea, grapa fntlt, iniilii lower, radlnhea, aplnaih, turnip with tope, egff (Uanta, cabbage, toiimloe. pi'piHa, ruouoiliri'a, etc. FREE DELIVERY phones i:: MOTOR BEARING TROUBLE M.it..r la-Mi-log IrtHible rotnra fnait to rauura mainly. From a flat -ciank btft r friMn a orn platon and rtlnler whUk allnwa gaaoUaa t.i im the plhton n ronipreebn etroke of motor. Thinning tha oil In the crank caae and dealroylfg Ita luU lea ting qualttlea. We d rxllmb-r and rrnnk ahnft grinding by th earn method aa tiae.1 by fMetmb-a and ltlkan a curacy and flnlah equal to fatury wink. tur m-w prk-ta on thla rk will Intereat Amarillo Veldbs and LlccbiioGo; WELDERS AND MACHINISTS Johnson Bros., Props. AraariUa, Tens NEWS WANT ADS BRING RESULTS DUKE DRUG CO. The best in town. Wc invite you to try us on your next drun order. You will like the drinks wc serve at our fountain. We Try to Please Seventh at PoUc Phone 3J3 U. li I Transfer and Storage Company Phone 67 for Storage and Crating 3rd Street on Santa Fe. Phone SO for moving Household Goods, Pianos and Baggage 404 E. 4th Street We move your Household Goods and Pianos; Your Baggage from hoico' to house and from depot to any part of city; Your Office Fixtures; also any land safes, machinery, etc.; anything that can be moved on wheels. ate tax your furniture and household roods, pack your china and cut glass xrtt-p e1 s ana ' "J' furnish boxes for your Pianos, tag and ship to you any psrt tiii do uot tYrU for anything. Pay your bill whrn you recein goods. PHONE, US. We crate burlap carpets States, You t&b t, T.TVc; IM'TOWr, i t-, in vat.