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- AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1922 "ART ONI '
PACE TH"Z3 Latest Market News NEW ORLEANS COTTON OILS AND OTHER HITS NEW HIGH LEVEL MAIN STOCKS RISE LIVESTOCK STEADY WITH FAIR RECEIPTS Local Odd Fellows To Go to White Deer For Work Saturday KT1 flir AmIiI l'rt NKW OKLKANH Hi lxlt, fivsrflows all.v mul lhi fon rrn fo'1 Hi w": l0l. fllllHI'd 8 I " iluv which wni .li Junr 2" KhIiim hi In thi' Mm (inuxli fust of I.mhI show 'stern half of the u wavr in i-ollun to nun ki t to new hlh levels f.r th- m-Hnnti, July touching ?1 I.'i r.-nts ft pontiil. At th hliilu-st Ihf trmliiiR position wire 2.1 to 36 IMilntn ovtr the f innl inl.es of yester day. n-alilfiR iar.-l the Ruln down In tin- latr truliiiK nnd the rli.se show ed funis on the d.iv of hut H tnL'Opolntii, July Homme at S3 01. NKW YOItK. June 20. After inskin; new hiirh record nt the oiwnlriK with October rnntrditM selling at 22.93. or H7 point fthovr the low price touched nn the reaction of limt. the otton mar ket reacted under fallr.ina;. CKtotior nold off to 22 65 or IS polnta net lower Is'fore the end of the morning hut of fering Is-came very Hunt after the de cline and there were sharp rallies In the late trading. October rlnard at J2.ua. with the general market closina Imirly steady at net advance of u to 20 polnta. The market opened firm at nn advance of 14 to JS polnta, owing to the continued strength In Liverpool, large Liverpool apot aalea and report i of unsettled weather In the Ult. There wu heavy realizing at the advance of 2213 fur July and !2T2 for lecemlr and ,rlre eased ofmlfrlt hnite li now and price eaaed off duiing the morn ing m lllng dow n to 22 61 for July nnd 22 Sti for I)eceinbcr. NKW YOKK. June 20 The cotton market cloned barely steu.lv High I.ow floae July 22 3 22 61 22 M October 22!3 22 57 22 0 Decemlier 22 T." 22 S5 22.60 January S2 55 22 23 22 4 March 22 47 22.10 22.3J NKW OKLKANS, June 20 The cot Ion market cloned at-Hiy nt net ad ancea of 8 to 20 point. High Low Hone July 21 25 22 .7 23.0 October 22.64 22 15 22.47 Pcccniber 22.30 21 4 22 16 January 22 .! 21.74 2LM March 21. Kit 21.40 21 80 by nMuiint frr NKW Y H K . June 20 Initial denl Intc In the stock market today for- ahadowinl a roiitlnimti.e tif the r nt cKtritoiilinin y iiiov.iiii nt mnoim o.K Mexican I'etioleiini reacted I'j ilnl at the outset hut hikiii ncnle full ico.v eiv. Standard Oil of Cnlliorniii New Jersey I'mi Amelican Petroleum., f'.eiiernl Aaplw.lt and Koynl Dutch ad vnnce.1 to 2', point. SludeUiker, American. Ice Merciintile piei.rnti mm orn Product, comprised the omer . , . a firm to strong industrial" aim i-in.-tie. Among rail the only nntewormy lianite was a one point rise in ini" City Southern. Mexican Petroleum mounteil to compared with 1.60 yester.liiy closing and Thursday s lower of 1. It-",. Ind. pendent steel, motor, copper, equin ment and dividend paying railroad hurca were In the forefront of the up ward movement. Stud.tmker reached v A m rim (if 5 3 4 HOlMS Wnill' gain elsewhere or l to a huih numerous. Mexican Petroleum wavered in me '.t hour l.ut other oils liel.l High grade rails were carried upward by the atrcngth of C.reat Northern and North ern Pacific. Th' closing wa strong Kale appropriated I.Oimi.000 snare. liii ac" Produce ftf Aunriated Vr fllK'Af.o. June 2" Putter P-wei. Kin... rv extran 34 1 4i35. Kggs tin- ... m at ) settl.il; receipt 30,H!O cases; xiisi l23 14 Potat.M-s slightly stronger In sacks. steady In Uriels A.h.insu. Auusinm klah-ma ami Louisiana wicked Pits Triumphs N. 1. $2 75H 3 on cwt hama SMiuldmgs Kose sa. k.-d 12.2511 2 50 cwt.; L.mhmna Long White iwM.rly giadi-d $1 cw t : North (ail 'hi.ii ini'i ulniii stave Ikiii.Is LimIi Mniilie. s of Au.arillo lslge No. 410. II II. I".. Will gl lO Whll" leer to I ...of.-r the f"iir .Icgic-s or the ulHidl-j null- .Hlk-.. Snliii.lMy mulit WhPe I H er lodw '" f i anivd a ilia ( MH-io June 20. -rat tie i.c.l.ts ,-i,w.tion at the last seion ot the HM.0 market fai.lv mtlNe: l-ttei Knolcs' grand lodge in Pan Antonio Pn.npa i., f 't .s stiong to 15.- higher: oual.tvl Hire linkers nro expected t u t., ,..,lc,c,l; others and plain e.,.,us While Deer during the aftc.m,..,,. s,l w 2 t . K.c l-vei. t... i..Mti...d ::.. pervisc the elec.l.m f m. .-. .nstall B",K ' . .... ...... . ii .... the I.Mtge to work I., al V.-lllilngK IS.J.I OUIK ."ei n..i ........ ...... - H HI J . Ill IIIIH . .I..l-ill,i,, , iiilVII it 15 she st. k sl.-iolv to wrong. ne p.?,- higher: hulls stock.-, Ht.-a.lx; lo tun. to lieg... .-" 1 ... iv i.. :. h.ch.-i ; hulk iKiei-K early In the evening r..!,!.- st.s k. rs 7 imi'.i 7 50; plain I ( l.icago t.ral.i. ht Axnria'nl I'pfta fHU'AtJO, June 20 Wheat d.uiv pie gi nl" hnrd $111; No. 2 Northern I'.iik 11.24 t urn No. 2 nnei iii4c at i IV: No 2 yellow Mc at 62c. tat- No. 2 white 3jij at 3Hi .i . No 3 white at 36c. Stileiuently. dry weather complaint I. om Canada tended to give the mar set loMitional strength. It was also aaid tis were needed in some section el ii. ie The rinse was li.KK-tled. 2'C to In 2'.c ml higher, with July II.12H to II U,, anil Seine... Ier I13 to it ns. ,Miiicih ft on. the -sInu.iI told of in live ileinaiul for c.irii for export. The lose wa firm c In l'c net higher open. Il:gh Low. Close. h. at Julv I I04 1 12 I !" 1 1 2 S Sept . t Hi:, 1131, I In", 1 1 3 D-. ...I.ll l.Dit, 1.14S I 16S Corn July SI', .62, .61 .62'; S.-pt . . . 'i5 .65", .65 ,65 l.. . .i.4 .I.5S 64', .654 liit- .ImIv -'t1 31'4 35 S pl 36 S .37i .36 .37 Dec . 3'"--, 4'.M, .3:1', .40 pork None. IjhiI Julv 11.50 H 55 II 45 1 1 t.0 Mot II Ml II S.'. 11.75 11.77 Kir- .lulv 12-JT s.pt 12 2a rr 2Sr Kansas City IJrtrk. hi Anrmll f'r KANSAS CITY. June ? - Cattle, irlpts 12.000, -rf steer Ste.-idy to lower; mostly 10 to t3c lower, early top mmi. she stiwk dull and mostly weak lo 25c lower: hulk cow $4.ooi 5 00. old prime lot $.50i 7 25: good heifer $7 65 .anner and nitttersr 15 to 25c lower canner 12 50; cutters $3 0o3.75. Lull leadv: Is.louna $3 75t4H'. iiihe c lives and st. dav: l st $7.5011 tt on, atock e.s and feeders weak: common and me ilium $5O0i7O0; inferior $3O04Ofl Hoes receipts 14.O00, slow on opening- later trading active; to ts.th packers and shippers strong to 15c higher. $0 4' hulk 110 noti 10 4". throw' out sow- 1 TMfi ml at.M-k Pigs Wendy; good kinds 110 65. Sheep, receipts 50000; sheep and Iv: laml 25n to 50c lusher native $12 50; Arizona $1150, Arizona feeling lainl.s $10 00. ah Wheal p A riSIrd l'rM ST. l.ol lS June 20 Wheat No. $1 ir.il II N" 3 $1 ,orn N" while fi1l hi 12; N-. 3 vellow fill 1 rw..i. v.. " white 3;r37. No. J. 35 t 35 12 .....la downward to $5 25; hulk dean a vealer to peker around I1. 50. Hogs, receipts 2M'""; light and good liutchers mostly l"c higher: othei very ineven. steady to lower: top $loto 'uilk $ioi 1 5: l.ulk g'l hiitchei t0 45filOS5; icklng sows inoetlv iq.Oii'!!) C5; pig steady to P'c higher, mostly $9 5iift 10 25; holdover lllx ral Shop receipts 10 0O0; steady to 25! higher: Idaho lamhs $12 511 13.25; feed er ends $12 no; top natives $13 no t.. citv t.llt. her. $12 75 to packers; fed Texas tvether $7 50. lop dry fed yearlings 1125; Isst fat light ewe $6 50. O. M. Anderson, uisuici u.i ov i..r the gland l-slge. is the onlv M.He of- licer that will he present. Mood. i i It's spoiling your enjoyment and 1 Jx. JLr jU 1 1 XXI -...:,: ,.iii . r kvaltk 1 1 rw , U ruininc vour health. When you're suffering from headache, neuralgia, sci- atica, rheumatism, ear ache, toothache or any other pain. Dr. Miles' AntiePaui Pills will bring relief vritk- out unpleasant after VJVIV t 4 .1 1 srv t.a It c titnler- la No 1 sacked 7ti'u 2 00 Norfolk. Vir- colilil.'IS No. I. $5 75. Old stock steailv; olisin Michigan sacked round whites 1 u' 00 cwt. DRY WEATHER TALK H AMncllted TrsM CUICAt;!', Jtfiic- 20-Dry wiwther coiiipliimts from Canada and from some vc tlotis weal of here had considerable, to do t.slay with luinging alsiut an ailvancD in the price of wheat. The market closed unsettled. 2 It to 5 8 c net higher. with July $1 12 5 to II 12 3 1 and Septemls-r i'.M 14 to $1 13 3 N Corn gained 3 4 to 1 1 and .sits 14 tn 7 sc. In provision the out come was unchanged t a rise of 2 1 2c Coi n and oats were mainly Influenced l.v the action of wheat. C.ood demand for coin for export was said ot prevail it the sialMiard. I l'..,nni iiv .1 :iL'i-il 11 little higher! in line with hog I JM&. i . : . -c l Dry (ohmI Markrl Jf Aotited Prei NKW YoHK. June o Cotton goisl were firmer in tlie gi-ny gis.us iiimkioii tislav and llls-ral sjiles of print-cloth were made at an advance of 1 8 cent yard. The sheeting market also were fit iner with an upward tendency. Color ed good sold below cost, tended Uh ward. Yarn were unchanged In trad ing markets, although spinner are ad vancing their price lseause of the rlxe in cotton. Spring wool goods prohal.1? will not be shown until late In July. r.uilHO nhow.il little change for the lay. Some of the silk lines for fall have ln-en sold out. the offerings Ix-lng light IsH-ause of pricr and uncertainty of numlng demand. Jobls.'! reported steady trade in small lots. Wichita Livestock. Spe. i.lt to The New S WICHITA. Kans . June 20 H..g. receipt lioo Market ten higher. Top $10 10; bulk tin OiiTi 10 10. top cut out IS 50. Cattle, receipt 350, Including RO calves. Market steadv to weak, f.incv heifers $x 75; veal calves 50 lower; lscf steels $5.ir.f00; U-ef heifers $5 0n! 8 ,.i; iM-.f cows $1 i.ifr4.i.: liaby steer and heifers $; ooj on, bull $2 2311 4 00 ranner slid cutters $2 0n1i 3 25: veal calves $1 otifi 7.00, heavy calves $.1 nf 00. Worker and feeder $4 00115.23 stock cow and heifers 2.254ll.ini. ( oil on Seed Oil NKW YoKK. June 2" Cotton seed oil was eay under scattere.1 !iiuidit tmn prompted by gein-rallv f.ivoiahle crop an.l w.-ath.-r news trom the south dtHaiMiinting action of laid and poor trade demand Closing bids wen- up a shade fioin the low but 7 to I" (HiintH net lower. Sales- 15.2011 Imnel. prime crude nominal, prime summer yellow spot $1125; July $1111. Septcinlicr 111 l- emtHt P 51. all bid ( ash (.rain KANS A CITY. June 2 - Cash wheat No J (Mid $054i 1.20; No red $1 01 fl 1 o; c, n No 2 while 56 1 2ifS7 No 2 yellow 5k 1 2 Mils No 2 white 36 I 2. No. 2 mixed 35135 l 2 l.iverHMt Cotton H AkMH-iat.4 I'rna l.l KCItsM.. June .' - S,, ,t , gin hllSlO. llofle. plll .-S fl lo, middling IV'.'.. fills lo.ildliiig tiiiddling I.T low loiddling 125; ordinal v 12 2", onlinaiy 11.70. Ix.oiMi Uil.-s Ini ludn.g S.5'i Am.- l.llMTty llolidx Rr Aum istrd l'rsa NKW YoltK. June 20-LIUitv bond cl.me.1; 3 1 2's pto OK; first 4' t nil on bid; second 4 s : !)0. fitst 4 14 100.14; w-cond 4 14 s 1 -: third 4 1 4 100 or,, fourth 4 14 a 100 10; Victory 3 I s ion 62. When you need a CHIROPRACTOR (If au k, you do) It I wise to consult a I'almer C.raduata Kstabllshul five ears J. F. Bromert, D. C Talmer (iradaule Chlrotractur New Office on TnI Httwt, a.ros from Court Houae I'honeg 1KB -SKIS X Hay in Connection Outaido Call 8ollcit4 ( (Mll.F.ll IIV TMIKHINS 7TT j-Kjy-( y (001 Kit IIY TYI'IIOONH Last Showing Today j GLORIA SWANSON AND RODOLPH VALENTINO -in "BEYOND THE ROCKS" By Elinor Glynn The screen's greatest lovers in a flaming romance by the world's greatest writer of love stories. Don't miss it. LADIES ATTENTION To orrv tenth lady purchasm-; a ticket at tin matinee" today, there will he U'iven a Photoplay Kditioii of the pioture. written ly l-'linor Cilynn. and with actual illustration from the picture. Shows at I, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8 and 9:45 Matinee 10.20c Night 10-33c Theater ON FOURTH STREET "THE HUNTING OF THE HAWK" with William Courtenay and Marguerite Snow. A Mory nt a gentleman nook and secret service mystery. Also RUTH ROLAND in WHITE EAGLE" And Rolin Comedy Continuous 1 to 11 p. m. Matinee 10c Night 10c and 17c A COZY CAFE Special Dinner 35c Every Day Quick Service 513 East Fourth Street E. M. Kimble. Prop. e3 EXPERT BUILDER WILL TALK HERE FOR THREE DAYS Senator Frank A Ch.ise. mun.iKiT of the luiildin; Slid l".tn ilejcu Iioetit of the Southwestern l.iiinl'.'i men Associa tion. Ii.is lieen cnKiised for n t'ttni:i ism of three d.is In Ammillo, Ui;inninit I one it w.i aniiounceil I.i"t nitht. Me will s.e.k Ht :i Joint meellnu of the T!otiii . Lions hii.I K'iiiius chili st the Auiiirilln Hotel Thin "d-i V . June "1 Mr. 'h;ie is ii for. ef :il spenker, ind i? I" iul thit lie can ilier 1 nrs:ik!.- lll.tt Will i. ,ise :i 1:1 ..up i t tMnlilnij Iiusiiii- nun ArranKcment are l.einc tuiide for him t s..-!ik nt the Heal I'ftate Itn.'ird meetlni: Vliil.TV. lune S. : ml it Is 1 11 nil idle that nth.-r me. tini: il he .11 i.ittKi-d (I'll ItiR In -.iv In the citv Mr. Cha-".- will come lu-ie from (iMV lion. Ok l:i . win-re he has he.-n asked to t.ie..k June 2 ty -tevyloi'yt. FOR TODAY ONLY "THE BLUE NEW BUILDING TO GO UP ON TAYLOR STREET I'oiltl .1' t has Im-cII let I uiMipit nt Third smt tor the Ain.ii 1II0 t;, h the I'atili.tntli- IH- Line I 1 'I It t " St 1 II T.nli'l stleet t'l.oiiMiiv nd I 'ninii.inv The 'mildtiiK ill ! Ji'xlln f.-. t, nnd .. si,. the two Mullen Will h-ive l'"lO'Ot The 1 (instruction conttiK t w is 1. t t. I red Itnne. The total i "t nf const: ut n-n will I c fl'i.MiHi. liuv A. C.i 1 l.mdcr . the an hitt. t. MYSTERY" )i you like nitery il.iys? Don't miss this. AN- Two Reel Comedy Extra Added Attraction BILL BAILEY'S ORIGINAL NOVELTY STORE 50 - PRESENTS 50 ( oinc cm ly t.-ni'Jit. you 111.1 X M( t .1 ln MUtillll .111(1 coNtly jui i 1 1 . Matinee 10-20c Night 10-33c ollun K...t i:t (. :.. aalra i HO Siilir l it in lljr AwH-iated I'm NLW VoiIK. June in - The m snar market was fit in. r nnd hile ...t . ices wen- nnminnlh un. htmifd nt 1 cents, cwt and fn mht f"i Culs, i-.iml lo 4 l fm cenll If iltial July shipment was I Ac hlcli.-r at 3 I est and freinht. Kii:i to 4 TJ iu J nnnTM America's Home Shoe Polish II Today and Tomorrow KATHERINE McDONALD and WESLEY BARRY Fishing and Picnic Parties WIN liml the Slaughter A ( aje Itamh. 52 mile aimlhraM of Amarlllo an ideal miling place. Iwo mile of beautiful rrrrlt and lake. I'lione 4iJ lor (iirthcr lidm ittatloii. NEWS WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Buy It At RANDAL'S Coly's mill Ka- e Powder. . IM Aum Kai e powder II. I.e Tr.-fle Ka-e Powder $1.M KiiimiiIVc Face Powder $!. 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