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THE NEWS SCIMITAR. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER C, 1E20. ' COTTON MARKETS Wadnaaday Afternoon, Oct. 6. Further encouraging newa from the pot department tu tha chiei fac. tor In strength In the markot today and tha speculative shorts wero more disposed to cover, tha reault being a moderateiipturn in prices. This wave of short Toverlnp extended to the grain markets, both tending to Indi cate that the hysteria of bearish ac tivity had done enough discounting for the time being. Hewues covering by tha professionals, there was more evidence of trade absorption, while resistance oh the part of the producer appeared to be gaining moment isflL The weather in the belt was ex cellent ft nd the weekly nummary us Tavorabla. although not a factor of much consequence, as other things are dominant Just now. Absence of anything like bad weather prospects deterred buying on any idea of darn age to the crop. At the close options In New Tori; iiWM very steady and from l to ii:' lolnta to the good, while New or- leans left off firm and from 122 to 30 points tip. October In both ten lera led tha rise, for there seemed less prospect of cotton finding It way there for delivery purposes. ' To make proper response the thr ign market tomorrow should open1 US to 13 points to the good. There was nothing of particular moment In the news from tlverfjool, finals being quiet and frosj 36 t, 3 points off. Private cables attributed tha easiness more than anything eluc to the fact that the coal situation Is no much Improved that Tirltlsn Ves sels can get their bunkar snfplles and thus Improves the prosinct f.r getting needed supplies of ruv u ton. Spots- were mnket down 4S points, fully middling to la.yic,' ith sales 3,000 bales, including American, .whilo receipts j-e i.uuo bales. First prices were lower in the do-' mestic markets, Influenced hy ml. Irs and lack of support. wltU gomi weath er prevailing. In New York ltcrcm-1 ber was at II. 30c, a drop of 2u points over nleht. and after touchlnir L'l "?, low for the day, improved right along ine cnier Factor was that spot news was better and shorts avere covt-ting tnereon, buying also beins done bv certain important trade Interests. I)c' rcmber went Ufev to 22.2So tirul then -ran Into mora profit taklnf, but tin reaction did not extend, far. loiter the same option worked up to J2.5f.c. with the clos not far below the best. Trading was moderately active Hnd sellers showing fnucN caution, al though strength was lagcl- nagnttve in cnaraciert n i . . . . nm spot firpartiueuT snoweil a latriy neavy rlutaa er salea. In New urieans sales wera 3.3iO bales, the ,iest business in a long time, with no chance. In prices. Houston elevated quotations 75 points, middling to liZ.&Uc, with sales 9.80, while Dallas put the price up 80 points, middling to Z2.60C, and sales were 11 704 hale Sales elsewhere were a little larger than they have been running, with quotations slightly better. In the local market further revi sion was made In nuotatlons, lower grades being reduced B0 and totter auo points, middling to 23 com.-. ., salea 750 bales. Inquiry hen i- tlnuerf fairly amor?, but sellers nol buyers are atill apart In their Ideas. Keporta are to the affect that at the Interior points tmslnes. is picking up and the basis Improved over yester day. There are some orders fn band from Liverpool, but buyers re not rushing In yet to fil! auch. MEMPHIS COTTON. Memphis cotton closed nominal at de- rllne of 50 to 100 points uui.a run k.l.. Mlddllng ,22c. Today. 1'rcv. 15 50 Is 00 17 60 m.on I960 20.00 21.60 22 00 23.00 L'1.00 24.00 ;'5.(io 23 00 L'Sno 2 00 27. W . Xom. Xom "I lu u 1 1 n . Oood ordinary Strict good ordinary Iaw noddling Htrlct low middling Middling Strict middling 4ood middling Mrlct good middling Aiuuiung tair Yellow tinxed 150 nnints lower: blue etalned 350 points lower; yellow stained 150 points lower. DAILY C0TT0H STATEMENT 1920. 1R1! 1!lls Jtcts. today, net 44 2,o;o 1 0S Orisa 1,164 S.3l 4.7ol Jlct since JTrlday 2.0ilt! t.tl3 9 la Oroaa S.3I ll.72!t I1.7r.s Since Aug. 1 net ,o:i7 28.2.i r.l 4:5 tiroes 35.41)4 46.642 95 6:1 8hlps. today .. 1,218 2.0"S 4,7i;:i Since Aug. I .. 54.1i 71,377 In'." 420 Stock on hand. .239,9.10 !3.2;ij lj,3l7 DAILY PORT MOVEMENT. Middling T'dv. m 22.25 22 25 Tone. Ret. N. Orleans, qt. 4.343 Stock. 215,0?; tlalveston. firm. 20.128 :,50 22.50 Mobile, nom. . . Savannah, sty.. f'hsrleston Wilmington .... Norfolk 31 23.0ft 23.00 1.425 9J 2t.no 103..KO 23 00 2-'l.l'&H 10.387 6", 802 320 . . .. 2;:.oi 23.212 3,::..) 2:1,17; Haltlmnre, nom. . . New York, qt . . . Hoston. qt I'hlladel , qt Total receipts . Total last year Rales: Onlveston 3,300, Savannah 357. :.I.:1 . ... 21 25 24 . .. 21.25 24 .... 25.50 24. ' 4ii!i 29.153 J.'..!', tlrleans DAILY INTERIOR MlddlltiR Hot. T ov. Yes. S'--ck. . 1.104 23.00 24 CO 23:1 OX 2.13 24 00 1.510 . 3,305 23.00 22. R,1 1.251 .24.270 22.50 21.75 79.:? , 1,362 20.401 Tone. Memphis, nom St. l.ouis Augusta, sty. . Houston, sty. . Mttle Rock ... Dallas, sty 22. 0 21 .80 Total receipts today .30,331 same day last year .22.678 Spot sales: Augiifcta. Houston .180, Pallas 11.703. C0NS0LDIATED P0&I. 1920. 1019 151 Hcts. 5 days 128.788 li'J 688 122.577 Kx. Ot. Hrit. lfi r.57 770 :is.r.;i Kx. France . . 1.121 13.87 1 ."..a 7 1 Kx. continent 43.031 1.070 ?..5 Kx. Jap. Jlex. 10 4.303 1,021 Total stocks.. 880.783 Is '9.758 lAf..4i4.1 Total rets. ... 758.8S5 R.-.4.983 SMMZ Foreign expts 616,541 7li5,5;i! t.H.::71 TOMORROW'S ESTIMATED 1920 Iist Wk. V'lf Xew Orleans Galveston . . 4,00fl 5.000 Missing 8.073 8,186 LIVERPOOL COIIO. UVFRPOOT CVt. . Cotton st'ot dull, prices lower; good mUiJl lnir. 21 rt"d; fully middling, l 55d; middling, 17 mi l; low middling, 14 ood: fed ordlioii v. 10.80J; ordinary, 9.80J. Sales. I.iH'O bales. Including 2.90O American. i:e ceipts, 2.000 bales, no American 11 tures closed quiet. Oct. l42d; Dec. 16.35d; Jan. 16.25d; March 16"3d. May 15.14d! July 15.64(1; Kept, ta 24d Today. January February March April May June July August beptember October .November December Contracts closed 36 to 3 points. 16 25 If. 16 13 16 16 03 16 1594 1 15 84 D. 16.74 15 15.64 15 16.44 15, 15 24 15 16 42 16 16.85 16 16.35 1G quiet at decline NEW Y0EK COTTON. NEW YORK. Oct. 6. The cotton market opened at a decline of 8 to 25 . points today and sold about 30 to 40 points net lower after the call as a result of easier Liverpool cables and overnight selling orders. December . sold off to 31.27c and January to 20.85c, but there was a good demand with Wall street and trade interests among the buyers and tha market soon rallied, selling some five to 10 points net higher ; within the first half hour. The early ' selling was encouraged by good weather in the Wouth and unfavorable goods trade reports, but a mora cheerful view of commodity values seema to have de- veloped In some quarters and there was talk or firmer spot basis in the South. Offerings were light after the early selling orders hud teen absorbed snd active months sold from 30 to 40 points shove last night s closing before iiooii, with December touching 22.03c and January 21.6.V. New Orleans n tog buyer here, itelieveJ to he on the nar rowing of the difference betwe.im the two markets, and the advance was ac companied hy reports of a ksXer spot demand to fill out October engage ments. Trading was quiet sroulid niUl day, and thete were reactions pf sev eral points from the best, but the fa vorable weekly report of the weather bureau failed to promote much selling and the market showed a gi'tierully fctenily undertone. H'o failure of the favorable wetkly weather r-port to bring In mare ell ln prompted a renewal of bull suti p '"'d !h market showed Increased strenKlli during the afternoon, selling up to L'2.0o tor leeeniber and 21 Hc for January, or St to Hi points aax bigh ts)) Ueixirts of smaller spot offerimts in the eastern belt Art the continued absence of Southern selling were fac tors nf tho advance. Futures rinsed steady nt advance of 90 to 22 points. ft. nn, '.'0 9i I'll. ?il ?! 5S 20.10 2:.!i.'i 22 i.'3 iV''. 21 !l 21. M 21.4 20.45 :j.o 22. r.s f... :o sr. 20 ;i m.s't 22 .1" 2U? Jan March Mhv .. Julv . SI.S.l 2i: 21 20 20.40 is r.s 22.44 II 15 20.7m in It Oct. .. 2i.r. 21.1.6 Dec. .. NEW ORLEANS COTTON. NEW C'lU.KANS. Oct. . After " dines of 22 to 23 imiIM on the more distant months today the cotton mar ket hrncej np and went 4.1 to f.I points hurht-r than the rinse of yesterday. le reinlx first selllnjr ff to 2.60c snd then reacting to .37c. Poor cables and good weather mused the Initial break, after which tha market, came hili'lf .ill oaAiteinir fr. u ulinrlu raiml't. that Kngllsh coal restrictions had been remove nnl telegrams from Texas luimincs 4hT tanntr Were Hut seli- ini' spots. i-polft (Insad qitiet r,4 ttvchaltged rdiimrv, 7e; good niinary. 9c: low middling, tr r.Oc; nddillltig. 22.50c; gooil mlrtilllnK. 74 'J!.i Pairs Hi lha snot to arrive. Futures clnseit f rut at ad ril tf 122 To su points. :! llipl Iw today frev . . 2"t.;is 21.40 ro ar, 21.30 20.5 . ?rt.2( 21.00 ;o.i5 .2 20.3 .tnn. lnch May 20.04 ;'(,75 iJO.04 2rt.r. no.lt July . 1.7 20.3s 114.72 31.45 20.(10 20. i 22. so 21.76 19 So 21 3 SU.83 oct. . 21.90 20 70 f Dec. . 21.8C WEEKLY SUMMARY OF COHON WEATHER WASHINGTON', f let. .Kummary ef weatner anil crop conditions 111 tneiol ton region for the week ending t-t. 5 The weather was tnostly dry In the cotton belt, excent thai iwd rains oc ctirred In Atlantic coast states, ana the temperatum averaged iiiooarutely low In all sections. aYost occurred lit most nortliern localities, but there was prac tlcally no damage therefrom, although growtp and further rrultlng arera stop ped In some localities. t'otton opened well and the weather was unusually favorable for harvest except that there was some Interrup tion hy moderately heavy rains in east ern sections. The progress of cottot, was average to excellent in Oklahoma and mostly very good In Texas, but damage by weevil anu noil worm was rather ex tensive on some bottom lands In Okla homa. There was no material change In the condition of the crop east ot the Mississippi rivet, although there vits some local damage from heavy gains In th Atlantic coast area, l'lcking Is completed In many Routh ern localities snd is nroareaslna rap Idly In the central portion of th belt. llouort bv states: Texas. t ool, dry ether favorable for harvesting. Cotton progress very good with poor to good top crop many sections, condition very good to excel lent In southern third uf statu arid sonio central counties, elsewhere rather poor to very good, bolls nanltig rsplilly, DicKim: made sal sfactory Dtocrcss. Oklahoma Clear, drv atid rather cool IlKht to heavy frost on lowlands fccut 30 and Oct. 1. but no damage. I'rogress satisfactory lo excellent, condition lm proved and very iiooit except lit some iicltoni lands, where badly damaged by weevils and worms, picking progressing rapidly except in west, where crop latu and opening slowly. tJeorplu. Excessive tains on 29th from .Macon and Augusta southeast with liluh winds apparently caused lit tle damage, decidedly colder weather followed with liKht frosts and slisht damage to vegetation in north, t'ot ton opening In north, where very late but practically all open elsewhere, flick ing aJvancing rapidly. Alabama. cotton Dlcklnc Uroaresiiinc rapidly in south and central, practically finished in soma sections. iiickltiK com mencing in north, cold weather stopped riuiimu and growth. Mississippi. No precipitation of con sequence, sunshine amole. light frost on lowlands In north and central Thurs day to Saturday vtth little damage. Cotton mostly open, no top crop, pick ing completed in some southern locali ties. Arkansss. Holls maturing and open ing rapidly, picking and ginning mak ing very good progress, but crop lieing marketed slowly. LIVE STOCK MARKET, ST. I.OCIS. Oct 6. Cattle, receipts. 8.504': no early steer sales; heller" steady; canner cows steady at 13 tivu 4 00, hulls siosdlF. calves sieaity; good sfVl chniCt! venters. $16.0o'il'.i;(; feeder ate.-rs slow. lions, receipts, 10. "00; )Jo to 20, high er; top. $13.90; hulk light and mediums. $15Hil5.6i; hulk heavies. $14 H.Vti 15.6c. Slheep, receipts, 2.0110, .-teaily to Strom; ; lop lop la mhs, 1 12.011 ; toilk. iulk. $10.60 H 1.5", ew es, 60. 60. fllU'AC,' 1 O't. - -rattle ,:,-c, ,,)(, il 25c advance: ton. S 1 ft 35: 9.'K'H; strong bulk good anffchoice, I5 5(i' 18 On; bulk grassy Kinds, 1:1 oi'H 14 50 ; good cows and heifers higher: hulk. $7 75ii'll.O": common stock steady; fanners. $3 ,75'tf 14-25; bologna bulls stronger. I'l.OOVfl 75; veal calves steady. l7.0u'.j 17.50; grav calves. $6.50 11 50. Hogs Receipts 10,000; mostlv 10'iilSo higher: top, $15.73; fculk light and butchers. $15 00plj.75, buli packing sows. $13 86 fl : 14.10. Sheei Receipts 25.OO0; slow; tlent lambs firm, others neglected; early top natives. $12.35. hulk, lit 6Oijrl2.0O; tio Westerns or feeders sol.t here eariy; sheep steady: fat ewes, 45 00tf5?5. MONEt. T;V YORK. Oct. 6.-1 mercan tile paper 8. Kxt hange Irregular; ster ling 60-dav bills. $3 46; commercial 60-dav hills on banks. $3 K S. , co merclal 6". day bills, f.I 45; demand, J3.''":s: catiles, $3 51; francs, demand, 6 68; cables, 6 70; lP-lglan francs, de. maud, 7"4; cables. 7. "6; guilders, de mand. 31.1(i; cables, 31 20; lire, demand. 3.90; cables. .!; marks, demand. 1-554 cables. 156. Greece, demand, t"7. New Y"rk exchange on Montreal 8 gier cm discount. Government rVimia ir reiiular; railroad bonds Irregular, te loans steady. ai days. 90 daya atll six moiuhs Ii'iii per .cent. C0IYE& TORsj, Oct. Ctosinir Trices: Todav. Jnntary . March .. , .ay .. .. July .. . . 1 October .. November Dcci liber 5ft7.r. 7.887 St 8 07 'u 8.09 1.23-fi-8.2.1 6.96 'l 7.00 7.12M7.13 7. 37,1 7. -J 7 66 n 7 67 8 00 'I 8.01 8 215 8 22 8 :t7'fis.,T 7 i'9!fi'7.IO 7 2:1(1 7 30 7 49 a ;.iu SUGAR. NEW YORK? Oct. I. There was no chal ge In raw Bupr. -hlch Is quoted at 8 51 for centrifugal. Refined was weak and prices were reduced another half cent a pound by a local refiner to the Iwsls of 11.50c for fine granu lated. Other refiners quoted from 12c lo U.50C. BANK CLEARINGS. Clearances. .1 2.911.604 ,2 . 9.364.949.68 . 9.334.140.21 . 14.168.094.62 . 10,948,555. 62 Wednesday. Oct. ., Thus far tHls week Previous week Pame Urn In 1919 .. Same time In 1918 .. BOND CLOSE. NEW YORK. Oct. . Liberty bonds closed- JVjs, 92.00; first 4s, 88 60, second 4s, 89.50; first 4s. 89 20; second 4Vs, 89.34; third 4s. 90 80; fourth 4s, 19.40c; Victory ifcs, 31.30; Vlvtory 41s, FROM WALL STREET XKW VOKK, Oct. .-Price chances wero confusing at Ine opening of to day's stock market, wig'.i-iirailn oils and the cheaper mils reacliiiK. while smiie of the seasoned rails, food shares and Hieclalties were inclined 10 et: tngth. shiu Trading and Hoyal Dutil fell 1 to li rsilnts andSt. l'sul, St. Lmuis San r-iancisco iifliamon and preferred. Missouri racltlc preferred, und New Orleans. Texa & M. xlco forfeited lurRe fia tious to full int. Atlantic Coast line 1. Ijtke Hi.' & Western .referreil. American Sinfar. Crui'tbte Steel aiei Kelly. .sjinngfieMl Tire gained 1 lo points. Keorganicatinn rumors waft resnoa) su.ie ror the lurther decline of Texas and Pacific lileh Increased lm loss to almost S points at midday. Hteelajind eqtllpmi hls shaded slightly, hilt grude ruils. esimclally Keadiiiu avid 1 nion 1'aciiic. strengthened with some 01 thu specialties, notably tobaccos. Itange n( arleea on New Tork stuck exchange, with previous c.oslrig bids, furnished by bhepard Cluck, lulls building. - - j j(;7o hTTl (ltlghilw.;Td).!l'rev. V '"""" " -I 751,. 7 "I 75 I 73-, Allu-rhalmers .. 34( 34) 34 344 Am. Meet Sugar.. 1 77; 77', Til'- Am. fan 1 3:HS: 32 ' 2'! 3:)'', Am. far and Fily i:i:i14 133S I33S 134 Am. II. and U. pfdi fio7! i'.oi,, 60V lH Am. I,oco sfi'ji !4l s.'i I i'.'i' Am. Sugar llOil ;i044'105 103 Am. T. and T. ..' tK' I 98, 93-Ta Am. Tob 111 3 !13! I13" Ana. fop I fi3 52 62 Ni M Atchison as 87: 88 NN1, All.. C;. and W Llaldwin l,oco. Jiul. i, nil oliia . 1 I in i". a 11014111041111, ..jius . a- 4! iT.t 471 70V, I 70', Iteth. uteel "li". .! 7lk 4'ana. l'aclflu .. .!l28,t2i 12i i: Centnyi I.ea I 44,l 4 44 44 67 'i 4.1V. ;,9U ( lies, and Ohio . .! a 67 Chi, f atld 8t I'i 43&4 42 Chi.. It t. ond 1'aci 39'! 38 4'hitio Coitper . . .1 'i'i I ( oca-Cola forti 1'fo.aucta I'ritcilile Ste :rle Jen. Klectric . !en. Motors Illinois Central frisn. t'ooner . 32V.) 32 1 32'iii 32 I 84 83! 81 I 84 1132 1130 113(1131111, ! l!S.I 19 ! 19H !la2 !14l.il41i'142V I f.I I 18Wi IS v-1 18 94'...... 94-1.: 94?, 4av; L 40"! 4S'i nt. Me. Mar. ffdl 75 tut. I'aper ......I 7J 7G',i 7ti 51 I 77 15 115 Inter. Harvester. . ;115 I Ill Kennecotr copper 24 21! 24! 24 '4 Ixiu. anil ".ash. Maxwell Motors Mexican I'et. ., Miami Copper , Midvnla steel , Missouri l'ac. . N. Y. Cent New Haven ... Nor. 1'aclfic .. Pure oil Pennsylvania, . 10", V, I 10714:106 4l 4l 4i 4T, 189;I8T 1R6V18 1941 19 19 19 39 38' 28 V 78 I 78 39 I 38 30 27 79 I 77 36! 35 I 91 88 I 39 ! I 43H 43 9H 89 39 ! 3 4-J 43 ....'tU It i $4 4'a 6-i r'uuman I n 1 Kay t'on. . Copper, 15 ! It. I).. N. 81 I l.m Heading ilOOV! tu i-p ir n nsn Meeii vr a Sin. till and Itef..l I. . ., ...J 32i 99i 3ii! ail Southern Wicifiiii 99 !' Southern gty. Stude. Corp. . Tenn. t'opper Texas Co. ... I 8'a I -68 I 32 32, 58 458 9 61 37 'i 4!8 127 : ! 62 I 61 Texas l'ac. 5 8 127 203 Tobacco Products! 69V4I 68 l'nlon 1'aclflc ....'128 127 I nited Kruit 203 84 79k 88 14 63 0 1 20 J 1'. S. Ind. Alcohol If. S. Rubber .... I". H. Uteel ...... ITtah Copper .... 83 79Ti 8 IVj 60 tr.T, lt 811 314 J8 !' 59 , 48 1 1'4 91 ?' 87' 0 59 45'.; Vlr.-Caro. 4'hcm.. White Motnra .... 40 Willys-Overland . 11m 11 91 I 89 20'! 214 'an-Amerlcai .. kisk iires g'M, Total sales 8(11.900 snares! GRAIN MARKETS 'IflC.ao, Oct. overltig by aborts ran up prices ibrptly in the wheat market today, hut when mk l) buying ceased a material reaction took ilo.. The flurry uniung sborts wtiitl lnrie. ly dV t the tact that initial offerings were IIl-M, aiwi to aossli, t. imr. chases of t'anartinn wheat by domestic nilllera nHagii llkelv to itimltitsh. Be sides, there was talk tha It.e h.lditu. policy f Kansia farmers trnulj fifob- ahly he strengthened. 4iehitiK uuota. tlons, which rafigej from 2c to e hinher w ith Tiecember tt S2 tn ii and March $1.9J to tl.9!t, were followed ny rapid chatigaa doa-nsvari from tho top scored at the oittaet. orn refleciett tlio action tif alu.ni After opening f ti 2, liiKher, In. eluding December at 5ij to 8Tc, the market hardened a little Tnore and then quickly lost much t)f the gain. Oats wero firmer' with either rereats. starling c to 1c itlybef. tiecember iido to Mie anu later ascetiumg a iriile more. Cuturns In grain n4 hogs tendej to lift provisions Ore". Wheat- mm. 2.410 I.97U low. today, trtr. Dec. 1.92 Mar. 1.92 1 91 1 8:1 'i r.t. 3'a 1I9'4 ia;, T ?'0' i 6,S 61 1 'orn Dec. 5 14 May US'! ? 1 5 . 21 fill . 21.i 19 0I 1 16.J Dec. 55 -May 59'i 5tv 58', 5 "a rts 81.50 18.70 16. s i'ork Oct 2t.50 StM tt.7i 1 2 Nov 21. t9 00 1 92 i.sra Xov Jan.... If.. J Hlbs - 1 let 15.25 t7 15. Ji 14.;,-, 15.35 14 S5 5.2 lt.Ji Jan ST. TtrfS. Oct. .csh: Wheal. No. red winter. $2.!iiii.20: I,ci-,n,tii.i $1.99; March, 81.97 bid. Corn. No. i white. $1,00; Nd. f, te; Dec. 7!'c; May, 90 c. tiats, No. 2 white 56'c: Ni. r.:.u 'r;,6ic Decettibif, 641 40 bH. l"1 May. 'IttC.V'Ki tct. t.-t4Bh: H-heat No. hard. j(.034:.67V.. yellosj, 921-ii9.'. Oats No white, 5 1, 8c; No. 2 white. 62l..i.Hc. ltye. .0. :. $l'.'4.,lv llafley, 77,rt96V'. Timothy seed. r,0.i1.r t'lover Beed. $1."..oiiiJ2.(. I'ork, iiominiil l-ard, $19 30. Ribs. $r, 0iii 17.00. MISCELLA1SE0US t'llli'i'Mi, Hct. a. t'otatoes weak; rei-eipts, cars; lintiesols, ,Tu ?i.'j'i and ivisoonsin titind 4,hlt.-, II :ni'i',T'i; long white, sacktsl. 1 HO'iii isl ; fini.-. sota. Karly (ihii. $1.9". rttV tOUki. o,t. -l!n1ti ateu'lvi creamtrv, 6"ti52. ggs Strong, atYsfl tte f.rsts, 02 fi 65c . Clmase-ritsvtUeil: 8 rti' tv, SI'm t -a.' I.i.' foultry rt. rhick$t It freight, asa; bf exptaeg, 1, 5'c, foam. 3L"u3'-s turkeva. 4"c lesa' stady. I Vastern brmlers. fiesh, .".j8i Cl?IC.i'. f'ct. t.-uttt Vgi.et; creamery, 4lXi6"e. Kggs I'nsettled; receipts I.2H taaesi firsts. 57 ! 5a. . 1'oultry l.lve, lowers Springs, .'. KANSAS f!TY. Oct. Cream. ;')'. 61c. Kks l-lrsts, f.Oc. i'oultry lc lower. l'otntoesrnchaiiK' d. o -ratt'T- NEW YORK, Oct. 0.--B:ir sliver, do. mestic, iei'ac; fcruifn, 8.sc; Mexican dollars, 67',c. - SAVANNAH, (ia.. Oct. .-Turpentine firm: regulars. $1.28; sales 208, re. ceipts 35. shipments 17s, stock 16.611. Rosin Klnn; recelnts 1,698. ship ments 1.375. stock 53.124, sale, 797. Uuote 11, D. K.. 4'i. II. 1. K, M. N. Wg, Ww, $11 .32 'j. COTTONSEED OIL. NEW YORK. Oct. 6 -Closing priors: Today t'lev. 12 49W 12 50 12 4541 12 65 12 65 si 12.61 12.6541 12.70 12 6V,i IL' 70 12 5011 12.80 12.451 12 65 12.4512.51 .Tsnuary .. Ktbruary March .. April .... May .. . . October . . November 12 6212 64 12.6216 12 82 12 73'n 12 78 12 75M 12 HO 12 8o-12 90 12 60K' 70 12.60M12 70 December 12.0tr 12.05 Total sales 11.500. Tons steady. ROUND THE TICKE Cotton. ,ic,-,nille. Te wires: "It is like summer her,., for there Is nothing of fered in the way of spots. The de mand lor the better grades is increas ing N. wnan. (la., wires: "Georgia spot hold, rs more Indisposed to s- 8 and we had more new Inquiries for spots yesterday than any tima this' awason." New Orleans. Cuero. Tex., telegrams jy there Is an Improved demand for .-puis but faratwrs are refusing to sell a bale About the same conditions are to he found m Ver Texas.-Shep-a.-d & lluck. v New York. Japan has usuallv been the big buyer at this period of the season. Now she Is said to hold enough cotton of all kinds to suffice for a whole year under her gloomv trado conditions. Our domestic mills have no inducement to buy owing to slow demand for their product. Hfcllon to Shepard : Uluck. New York. Journal of Commerce: Cessation of big king liquidation here and Uverisjol spots more active, but South still selling nedges in spite of th.ir ccy of holding. Utile chance of a top crop and the government's inrtr-cati-d yield may prove too large. Crop advic.s continue unfavorable: nk-kinir slow and labor scarce and high. .Ww York. Liverpool pood titiyer January here. Hubbard to iieesa Mew Oilcans. Federal resorvo rules that where farmen, or Interior " mer chants have cotton In hands factors against which they doaire advanoas fir conniiercial of agricultural iiiipoes. if thev will (jive their notes to factoia for such advances as mey wish, federal reserve will accept all Euctl flutes for rediscount. Kills & Co. New York 4'otton foods In tha lo cal timtkct yesterday wege ragged mt lower. Hoks now that there 'il? tie no coltoti come here fo tfeliveig on OctoheS. Weld's inafket lettet ti:$ thinks sale on bulges. Jay ionki for Southern sellitur on all unlurn. our.se of prices really will be governed by me sit situation in the Koiitb, If iimnd improves and farmerti hold this market would advance 4 'leven hurt;. New York. Texas basis reported much higher and less pressure cotti. try. Market here Hte&i4v lliintt phi-Lv local sellers will cover.-ifull tilth uaru to Heese. New Orleans.Coverifnf til.sh oi li Northern market. On thin .rvito- f better financial assistance aui grow mi? producers' assistance, the market should advance a good lel inrth.-r to a mote acceiiiiibie uric. t lc4lst 5 cents Kofler to Clark ft Co. Ne Orleans. Houstofi Hires tt rm Raniless f tter talk loe not ari pear be much, activity tii sjits JJe,'. burger si 'o, to '1'urner & iteiil. Mew Votk. Japs buying. Tliiji'k ttieir buying st few days is short iMvariiig; offerings lighter. ttoniti eetitiifient U-arisfi. Clenenburg to Turner & Itettl. Houston, T.-oin1t jitarttmlly quit selling. Uitod demand Puv. ivr Iiool fcayiftg, I'ort U'orth, "Per . ounttv hoMin' TJasis advanceit 75 points asl vik- New 4rlegns.-leclirie laivrrtionl- tluc t tho fciilltsh reason. that restrict iotis on -onJ have been feniuvnl vhirl means Intser Imrairts by lumnifactisr era. Knflcr to tlaii. 4k Co.. Washington. Senator Smltti f Squill Caeulina has issued a statrnietit sav ing he i-onferrfd with ll,v. Hurdifiif of federal reserve board and been as sured federal reserve would "ietnl .ill legitimate tild In redlscouiitipg tip,-r lauted v) i-olton sent tit b tuciutHT bank. New Vork. Sledy without tnijr'l presr.uri, Ihotigli sentiment bearish; Wall Street Journal h;s eilitoii! imlnting out almit cotton crop. Ilut bard to Kceo. Jew Orleans. Market is iloifig tetter on continued claims front Texas of tet ter spot ib-matid. Waco i-him tliera are jnoro buyers than sellers In tuo market. Houston wires that Liverpool is buying. New York says ialvrrmooru and tlP'HS' roveritiH H. & O. Qrairf. 4'lii'irn Receipts of 'orn jiromisr a decliicit drop. Houses pettitiir 4o to f.'i cars In traits say they are itntn to 12 and 1 rar Vamieed t'l t!up.tl ft tlluck. New Turk vires: Some estimate mil lion wheat tvotked overnii;iit, Ohlcintn Alt farmer Inircstis tlirnutth oul I'ctitral IMltmis advise (arinvro nut tu sell rratn as prices arc helow cost of production. Yt ilil to MhenarJ & tSluck. "hlcio. Tha nv. Allen of Kanaii attack u 4,'aniidiaTi ttiirtB, etc., ts a feature, i'anndian wheat is ri'v elunl ti V. t. price. Wild to helatt & ;ittcii. fhlcano. K'niiois of war witli Japfiti, willed were frcels- ctroulnti-d anmin; Krain tfiuirrs late yesterday, were tmiie.i on tlie fact that i-hlpments o( roM from that country to tl.e I'fiiled states liad heen stopped. Thoso in iiosition ii know sani this Indivan d :i desire t' str'ii(.'th.-n i- laWiiiiir stttiatlou in that country rather than any jiros iect tf tijuhle null Aun-fica. f lib ore. :hicao. r'or thtrc !ays hirfo re. ceived ii,l.'48.0i0 corri apj shipped only 213.00 Must to ovr 5.4ioo,i.ii'i corn l.eie. kYagntr & t'o. tu Mii'imrd ii Ulue!. 4'hlcaKit. oiiliwestern reports in.lt- a 1 . wheal c.ffrrtng'K fiom first, fiaiids matt riall iticrensed. ft is liistory that iiiowers will tint sell lively on a ri-int; market, rut stamiwde to sell when the lrice Is i.ii the lohomiall. t'rrtalll ot ficlals ill the Southwest Hanin tini kkitU l traor fit the drastic ilectlnc, toil okerjook ctilirrly the fact tliat. 4 stieain of ati:ilini wheat has he.-u ami still Ii- ts.UiiUM int.i the tuns .f d.i niestu' tiiillcrs at it ilipcii4rit inuler 4'pit. d t.itrs iirtccs.- Mi iVltion t' ..'larli & t'o. Kansas "it virca: 1'T.u tic.illy no wht at Kit toufht I'll lllr aeiit out last ilnht hlciigo .-Prtc. t'liitctit ai: The frcnitaiie of tin- c.'til iron tt:t t:as matiiii-d t.y IVt 1 i rnsirtnl ih fm lios: litno ?il. ln.tini , Illinois Missouri St. Iowa x. JwtiTask I'i, lian ss a turner t. Miepar4 at Uluck. l"llco..- :ai.ortr arc buyrnu u lit. tl IN-ciinli. r h. .it. tine of them Just e.i.-.c.t fl oillii.in tliiit wlit-tit I1.4 seen lu J-iicc I t, t ,i ,1,.-1 10 tenn.'. KiiiMs ntv vir.-si horir -( .-us tjMi IHoiile kv tt.i.t tl.cr Will! i.idl to tile ctiuiury Us 1 inntii shorn .-4 lm aicc.-io-iiiicis. Tlir H'iiili .y inv. .Vieu mil i.rohal'lt iiuiil.lll thi' I10M1111: ooll.-i- 4f tile f.illlHi. till- ltlolt l" III st.ll'l- e. l.y luii. .ili.-li i.J.i.tist . ilnpoie.i tlott . 4fuMltan -l.t-at It ill like. J' lulls : t .oialilt'iiihlt- t oitiiiit-ni, l'ah irotn Itii. fn.s Airts: iistliTiiit. i to. cxioithlc sutt'iU" wti.-.il troiti inili 194! t oi, do 41.11 upc.'t ml,ara,o will I fctitove'i tititit tif.er 1::'"-4il tio;i st.-trtll ini.lliff 1n J.4iiuarv ,il,,i 4tti J- iti'.v. '--'. & '. ta M fall. 1ilcaito. T'llo, . if,a; Vh" Alnefnitr i.tjiress 'otlli4UV v.fii,i' lelcas.-it it torn liete i-i. ciit Ini'irt t i-t iisc to count tli'.tii"! lt jnontli. N s'ftL.-l.oitu..ti ittivht-s Stat,' tl.rfe IS llfl t'ti8 i- ,tliati1 imtll ttie futl- ttt.-tit. tin- 4 It it tit !! Asia tor re fined wtifHr, itti4 Atii.-fuii is 1 .till- trt-sr-kt h.'t tins.- ran te purchased 111 tiuantity. It inii!:t I aild -k that iti tic past sih.ti futol't hciiKht they tnadc .1 ScThOlS tlltoil'l iit StlH KS. New Tor!; - 'otiifisi-.il ,,! niarket 'l'liet X'urtitlf the niornine silts 2,,"i latr.ls. Vniltrtoiis firm. Sniithai I11 tert'ts sold. I'ackers h.s! huj-.-rs. t'u-ilc-sto.vit . r;"'ol aitiiiu in tli.- Tii.u -k.-t . A. !. Ctoclrs. . Tofk.- There is some increase in activity but s. expense of pi tees. Pres sure is not confined to any one de partment. New York There is an axiom in Va'l street v that an a-'live and ad vancing bond market foreshadows a huil market 111 stocks Th" liond mar ket, at time is deei'ihed tin seethini; This itulicnt. s not only conf l.lenc , hut is an expression i-n invest ment demand w h"il the pllhlle feel thee see an op. portuiutv for investment. Ketrospec tlon will convince the average man that the evils our imucumtion conjured tin Vere niapnif IcJ by f.ar rather than by reason. T. & M. t'i t lark t"o. New York Loose-Wiles Hlrcult com pany de lired a dividend of 11.70 a share mi second preferred for pel lo.l from Nov. 1, 1016 to Keb. 1, lslS. New York. While available statistics lor the volume of trafflo beliiR hand ed bv the railroads ot the country as a whole Indicate that conditions arc steadily Improving. It has been stated In local railroad offices that volume Is not hold i lie up so well as had been generally predicted and that a decline will ,e shown In reports which become available within the next in days or two weeks. Hutton to MCKall. New York Times: Tho production of crude oil In the t'nlted States during August amounted to 39,144.1100 barrels, an Increase of 593.000 compared with July. This Is the highest level of pro duction ever attained In this country. hor th moment production was In ex ish of consumption, since cnida oil delivered to consumers during July was 38.3l3.uou barrels nnd stocks were con sequently Increased. The price of crude remains as high as It has ever heen and demand is steadily expanding, the aver age dally consumption for Auguat be ing 1. 235.00" as compared with an aver age of 1.198,161 barrels In July. McCRAW COTTON 5fD-3.iO.C22 FALLS HUH.. 01LLARD & COFFIN CO. COTTON FACTORS 719 FALLS liUMlING, MKMPHIS COKRFSPOJiDExNCK iNVrfttD. "tii ! PSKCV CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN, COTTON Sixth Floor WcCa!l Bujldiag GRAY & NALL COTTON FACTORS a i 4itresf ontl'tice SolicitfJ. M S, Croat 4S., Memphis. R; B. Nehbut COTTON 110 South Front St. Phone taemer-liranam-liiiver Co. cormv factors . fVaintiera ef Vamehls Cotton Cxchanq:1 LWF.nAt. ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS t atosione v. EXCELSIOR Call Us for Prices. Immediate Delivery. G.E.PATTESON & CO. Mcmufarturers Dockery 'Donelson Co. COTTON FACTORS 48 South Tront Street Memphis, .Tennessee raV.-MTffcssaacaBjE3a o. mimi a go. COTTON Staples and Bender 22 South Front St. BUftatBMMMmi-Trr- mMliiagiismi'ir "SAVE MONEY ON FEED" Hip 1ay li.is come wlieu yuu nuist onnsifler valupaul cost. CRKAMO ISKAND COTTON SF.KD FEED. cint.iirins 20 I'KOTEIN. is trie clifapot and nost economical feed yoit can Imy. 'CRKAMO is standard for twenty years, a ?oiitliern product and every ounce fit to feed. Order From Any Grocer or Grain Dealer Manufactured By TENNESSEE FIBRE COMPANY Memphis, Tennessee. X P. O. livx 10,1k phme Main 311, Early's The Only Hog Feed Sold Under a Positive 100 PER CENT GUARANTEE lEARLY-STM Memphis, nm-m LARGEST COTTON PICKERY IN THE WHOLE WORIO M'CALLUM & R0BINSCN UYERS OF IRREGULAR COTTON Phoi )W. S12. P. O. ttor. 18 Memphis. s1. A. Gage & Co. COTTON FACTORS 7th Floor Falls BnildlttK. Memphis, Tenn. , PERKINS & WEBBER CO. FACTORS MEMPHIS, TKXX. G. E PIMM PIMM & CO. FACTORS i f Memphis, Tetin. aj Cotton Co. FACTORS Mail! 2200. Memphis, Tenn. MEMPHIS FACTORS Cotton a Specialty. Memphis, Tenn. a. i ,itmi , Quiek - Fat Ikg Feed Kii4.vMjr Earjy's Quick-Fat Hog Feed to he unt'qimMeally tlu lst rt; riitluTt ?n the vtirtd, and luiv ititf viu it in tho most mtnin l:iloi'iit4ry, vliidi u within tli lit'n stiTii;ifht we iw eciuiniDd, qualified and permitted to GUAR. ANTEE RESULTS OR MONEY BACK ON ANY UNUSED P0E TI0N! Early's Quick-Fat HOG FEED Is an uncommon hog fed, not an experiment, but a proved succ3ss. "It puts on veiiit at rapid jjait." Manufactured, Sold and ' Guaranteed by EARLY-STRAT70M CO. Wholesale Grocers Grain, Hay and Feed Dealers Memphis Tenn. TON CO 'A Itivin-Leatherman Cotton Co. 632 FALLS BUILDINO ' Memphis, Tenn. Tunica Cotton Co. cotton Factors 78 L'nlon Ave. Memphis. W. H. HOUSTON, Pres. J. L. HARRIS. Vlca-Prss. B. II. SHEPARO. Sec. -Tress. ALL l-'KED PRICKS ARK v LOWKR AT THE JACKSON AVE. FEED STORE .lucksoii Ave. :ml Ii. & X. fhone TfAia 3tlW and TSiW And that Florida St. tSraln Harw, house, Florida HU Hittl I. t Bail way. Ihon Vnlnut 1230-J. SS3B Haaga's Gin 1401 Jackson Ave. (Old Raleigh Road at End tt Jackson Ave. Car line) Public Ginners Buyers of "Cotton, Cotton Seed, Seed Cotton Pull Weights, Quick Service, Big Turnout, Fine Sample is the story of Peter Perkins and how he accumulated $1Q,000 in ten year by saving $25 per month. One of our investors wrote that "Getting Ahead" has mde htm realize that every dol lar he saves be can invest with comparative safety find high yield. Another gays it opened up to him the Dossibilitv oiorofi table investment in Ponds and stocks. We will gladly send r. ..n.r nllT..ltind dluilit " vf . . . KRIEDEL & CO. W 1N-VESTNENT BAKKERS a it c .1. r .t-ti-c aaVaslHaBiBBVBBBaaBSBBi LOST AND FOUND. frifftAYKil OK HfoiVBX Krnm Kinff TTarrtiiwaJ s lot. titar rian stop, on fluntyn tat line. Wednesday BlRlit, Wept. 29, cme black horse mule, with white mouth, ntiout 8 years old, 16 handa high, good condition, finder will i" libera H v rewarded. Phone fir write W. C. MoCrary Company, Syhalia, Miss. . T.OST TJog, at Front ana tfontgom ory st rests. Kept. 50, die female fo terrier, white body anil one-half cif head black; answer to the nameor "Laily." Very small head for brfaVy. Tie ward 135. Call phone llemlm'lt 2iiU8, $5. no RKWATtD. tmo diamond hrcoch. lari; sunburst, tleturn to Herman Crohn, 10 Eeiile ave end receive reward T Trt-Klflte fair Tuesday, coin furs containinK lady's (fold watch, fleturn to Mrs. .Marshall Kuhols, ByJialtS, Wiss., and reel ivt reward. " 1OflT riatinum UnktraoeTet. wttti 3 diamonds ani 3 square-rut sapphires. I'.eturn to Virginia IMoore, 1042 Mudi eoii and receive liberal reward. TsT-Mink nerkrlece. T'optai' or f'arr.ill ve., Ki-lday, 4 or 7 PUi. Kc. y.rd. '629 Carroll ave. sf.JTJ. 'CoTT'4'Tt BTRAYKD Vnie large tilack and tiite tieked setter do. l'hilne Hemlock 7H9 fir reward. " U 1ST :ldl iinir" tiff tuilou, fmnli diamond. JteturnMiithes Pros, Cea Iral ikmk Biap. T.lbetiil rewai'd. W "Vi automoril.es. UTO S.ACK. Sf :H hi H M H 1 i SALES CO.'S Policy lias ever been; co give true value for the price asked. People do not buy 'prices." The man who is careful in selecting the dealer will never regret his purchase. Dodge Brothers Sedan ......... .100 Dodge Brothers Touring ........ 850 Dodge brothers Coupe ........... 1,030 Condition, Not Price, Makes a Bargala Schlecht Motor Sales Comply J)odge Brothers Dealer .011 Union ArC Xletfilorfc 135. aii UVU Ail. I An Honest Price 4 Bemis Auto Painting Company 301-305 Madison Ave. In connection 'with Cotton States Mo tor Co. We paint 'em from S25 up. Ford Truck $195.00 Closed Curtain Body; God Tires. 1 m. uusicrt 9M Union Ave. Hem. 5T00. All Makes of Cars Sold On Easy Payments W enlv handle cars In good aea. dttion. Buy our car from a raapoasl. Ma dealer. tv trad car. CHISCA GARAGE lt South Main St. Ford Touring Car $150.00 Runa cood: srood tires: newlv eainted. Terms. - P. M. Busick Jf3 T'nion Ave. Hem. T0. BARGAIN. One I'I? Tiorlrt! tonrine. arr ntf nirorianii'al roirlitlon; good rtibbcr, goo't paint. I'rica 1725. i:all ofteiio. WltU FRANK FLANfOAJT. Main 3117. P0 SALE. T.atr T.odga roadster. At condi tion, cheap for quick sale. Call 8. W. Roach, With TOAXK FliAN'IGA.f. Mailt FOll BALR t'sefl motorcycle", all kinds, $ l (hu up. Agents for new Indian snd Tl.TiderM,!,. Repairs till kinds, mo trtclc. and bicycles. MEMPHIS JIOTOKCYCLE CO. 871 Msdlnon. TCQtnt' your rar for winter us hy Installing sn Artcraft top, conveftlng It Into a comfortable closed car tt a rea. pontibl cost. PLANTERS MOTOR CAR COMPANY. 335-303 Monroe Ave. Phone Main 7769. TORD fiEDAK. , m: liiu' ini'ur i r o4-un , uu ij teen rue uhort tlmr; has all accessori'-s inai tan re put vn a roru. it is uiw best lotklup I'Yird In town; will sell clu-ap. J6.0 cash; $675 on termi. Call ' odireB. Main 4994: aftor 6 p.m. Wal. at il nil. Allen Parts For All Models. Warden Motor Sales Co. Distributors for Allen Motor Care, Main 42a. W Union Ava. ARB Ton see sume real bargains In used Buieks. irom nm'lflu IP 'O ptiiiini,, n -u fuu 11 ur surpriged at the price. PHONE HEM. 274(1 A ITER 30 P.M. "nt'ICK ROAPfTEn. 1920 mol', rn about 3 000 miles. Must sacrifice, i'all M. C3S7 or Hem. 3JfiS-.T, 1918 "ONE-HA LP TON Vim '"truck. Used six months. Cool as new. Must sell. Make me an offer. 886 Jackson Ave . l-'tilt SALt: one fc-4U Bulck, -pas-senpfr, new top, newlv painted, good tires, $S00. Matt L. Monsghan, Main rn.i.ti.nco H. 1007-J. litlMJ Kor.t. in good conditton. for tale cheap. Pixie Auto Specialty Co.. 4i4 Monro Hi. KOKDU, new and second-hand si Wkys on hand. Toney Currotic, li Mdlmn. M 130. 1 k it V 4" ft ft e X. 4 ...i-..