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TUI.SA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1920
HAVOC F0I10WING Comtoi of New U. P.
Raid M mI' " Soda Par
lor. s bj Mrs. Sturgeon,
IS SMASHING DISHES
Pci.' Chjppcd Inaanltary
Qta sw ire; Finds Many
Cocl roachaa In syrup.
Church Laid This A. M.
i nmiM r t Tata tea roantalfai
row I I" IMtWM M '"
, ,. , ,r. - iii an invraitgailnn -on-
,,, , , . Ktrte) If Mr. T. M War.
(MB, lUU BafcU. health Inapfior,
in i i DMrSUon wiih I' l- UMIfi
, hti r anltarji inapmtof fur th riiy
liiml ..in foanlalni rg am
, cui mM mWhel IhliUly l"t -
l '. I'll i ..rkli.lK'tlrA allv" anil lit
lri' wall ii dMMkWl "f"1 float"
Inr ii. 'I M'l l" 1,1 "' f"""
lulu npotd ib runrhi Wr
i, 1 1 on bf an finiii nyuip I "
iiy iir ntntot nd plaoea on tt"
fountain, bi for M. li a long linn
of thinly in' " wiiitrii At ilil mi
I i" i " in Hno MM
Swif il) ihi laal i" in nngnng only
Ionic enough 10 iy lO Mm Htur
gon, ' Ton are doing a wonrful
wmU Iii bffcalf of th publle," b
for' hi' flad
Hn.l.i let ki t uli" "farnail In roll-
tMr .I.Iiik Ued Klnaaoa ami iIIhIhh
hi . ..Ul w nt -r mffli'lant waahltii;
wan- informed that liar. I glnaa anil
hl should II" flWrtd 'I' warm,
sudsy water, aaePUng t lh stat
litw Mi tirrilng found It I"
mill when .rain of anility l.ottl
anil nnWMhjl lO rrnni can wrra
,Ih ed i.iiihl.le ilrugalura.
lju k ivf fly aori-anln waa una of
Ihr moCl frainiant law vlolntiona In
lM ii i r limn 40 drna; forra, oafa.
rt-atatiriint mill rufi'twrltia inaprrted
t.v Mr? 8turgoa and Mr tons flm
In th i.iisi two daya. According to
the atate liriillh ataluli-. cM'iy btial
ni'i.M linumi donllng In foodatuffa fur
public oonaurnpUoa mum iiavr aalf
rUialnic iii-iii fntliiK aeraana
Mr Hturgaon laft aevaral barrnl
of brokQ 'llaho In liar w- Krl
dny .ii -i H.iinrday. a aha la am
phattrally nppoaad to chlpp'd and
rrai ki.il diilia on ground of aanlta
tlon. rttrniig to retata, onok ami
waltcra .ma Urn daatrnylng of
oraokad diahwor aa dlaharaahara
in. i them difficult to wiiah ii.l
waltaiR arc not o likely tn In- llppad
when they eefva a patron food on
a OTMktd plate. In aavaral of Uie
mn ei. iirntanlloua raalauranta
apolliul mi-ale anil fnoda ori-upled At
rafrlgeriiliii- itml Mra. SliirHuou waa
alao fototw to remind the proprlatora
that flah und meat tnuat be kept In
eapnratn rnmpartment of the ra
Iirua atnra employe who do not
raroul In writing the name unit ail
drawi of I he Individual to whom they
aell polhiiii und Ilia purpuric of the
purrhnen uie itlau auhjeut to a fine.
Mr MtlirKCin aiild
Mia Ml urgcon cipraaaail hemalf aa
in general agreeably aurprlaod at tlio
oleunllncH of Tula,, in, i vary appre
ciative of tho eo-oparatlon of Mayor
T. I. Kvuna, the rlty orflelal, anil
the city health department under
Dr I. 0. 1'reaaon. Hhe will be In
the city for about a month for the
purpoae of InvaallgaUng aunllary
coiiillllnna In nil Itintltutlon from the
hoapllule to the beauty purlom and
the rooming i,,. ..... u, iUghtr
pena to th ulleya.
PICNIC FOR MISSOURIANS
Outdoor supper of Stootrty at Own
IMirk: Nw . !.,., I i, s i. , i
Menibera of tha Miaatmrl Boclety
will go a picnicking to i. win lurk
at tl o'clook Wedneadav evening,
June ;io, It waa decided at the meet
In June 11 Thoae named aa mem
bets of i he arrangement committee
were Mm J. A. Rill, Mr. J. Mm-an
Alpha L Ilium, and Tom Hoydaton'
Offtoar elected for the coming
year were a follow Kd laaltnn,
prnaldent: K I,. Joyce, firat vice
praaldent; klr o. it MoCullMgh,
Moon t. e prldnt; Mm. .i.vtai
Ollphant, third vice prwldpnti s i
fn keiing, traakurari mih Bm
Vnil,. imp eecretniy; and Mian
AIPDI u Hurna, hlHlorlan
i At t -
l ' I ' " a5
Ftintcl Held on Five
In the heating upon criminal
Ii irgea agaumi H K rltl, former
I larv and tnuu lm
liert Tolllv" r Oil Company, before
iiiin iii.iv i nil-1 reiaavi w
h' l.l for Irlal Oy the dint i It I court on
fotll chaigin of eiiiliexxlrriien' Thla
mak fir etnbKr.xli'mant i-hargea
upon will, h he la held for trial, the
fifth haling bfl heaid by the
Juatlre atiout a motith ago The
lount In ri I .-,1 in the five t-naea H
114,0011. and On total amount of hli
bond an ahowri hy the flOOfdl la
14,(tQ Twu nhargVa-of grand lar
ceny were dlmled 1 humday, the
I aatio' wilri''" ujipenrlng In all
cam R, Mr rlt1 contend thai the
iii, it. j j iii, nr. i made against blm
gn w "in of I h irlt iii equity which
j ln field about l ebruary 5 agalnal
I th latmberl Tolllvef lompanv In-
I volvlng abotll linn. 000.
Marriage l.li ,-uncA.
Marrlag llciii wr iiaued lo
Oil' following yi-nlcrday Oy the clerk
.f nounty court M V. Ilaaaon, fifi
md i ira li Arnold, 49, Orumright.
f) ron I Cleveland, II, Tula, and
Nit h RhMhan, II, Vlnlta.
.. ,. I'nltrd PrrabyKWlnn tiiuf ii
The corneratotie of ii,,. North Sub' r'umrminlty 1'nltrd rrenhyterlan
Dhurohi at Ohynn avnnu and King atraat, win he laid oil aftaraoon,
iima evidencing u gnat foi-.u.i n ivamenl for I he mmbrhlp of thl
thrlrlng local cnurcn R CiiarlM V. NaWOOntb la the pieinr
Th church will coal 7a,000 and la to be completed In Heptmbr Al
ready 1100,000 hna bn gpndd Oil the properly, Ini lulling the paraon
age recenUv completed A finance campaign whereby It la Bought o rale
110.000 will be earned on Mil week, the olijeci being to aecuie thla amount
ebb-fly from Ihe memlo'rahlp of the church
Itev .! W Aln l p i, I i .1 llio l lrat Mthodll rhilnh nnrt Kev ' W
Kerr, paator " Ihe I'lral I r liylerlan church, will aaaUl In Urn aervlrea
thla aflei noon.
'California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Speak lief ore City Club
At the weekly luncheon meeting
of the Olty elttb in th private dining
room of Hotel Tula yeatorday ut
noon, Honorable Krneat Wako,
republican candidate f, nklalcma
niemlier of congr, waa apaaki r,
hla topi being an mil line of ceo
nomlc and pilic cmnlltloiia of lb
d.u- In the aba, 'me of lb club
prMldent, Honorable R iipii
Campbell, who la attending the re
publican convention In Chicago, the
speaker waa IntrOdlHMd b It. m
tngton HogeiH, aecretarf.
rienda Nut (iullty.
W. 0. Hell, a Bgr0 accuaeil p
Inirglarlaliig the realdeme al 4)1
I'Juat llaakell on the night of June
7. and making uwuy with aevcral
"Hit a of clothing and other wearing
apparel owned ,y jr. Jarkaon
Htiilthnrmon. ., negrr), entered a plea
of not gutity at hi rraignnint y
tnrday before Juatlre II , iruy and
waa commlltud to Jail under bond of
11,000 for preliminary hearing
'Rliort Court Term.
Judge Rdmond Col, who ha
been Iti tiklahmna Olty and Puwnee
Ino adjournment of hi eottrt last
week, will h(dd a abort term of court
In thla rlty beginning tomorrow and
PoUUon for Mtapop,
Petlituu for divorce was filed In
district court yesterday by Oram
Itnia agalnat iOvereli It Hose.
Ruing Tlie Hair
Olrl- If you want plenty of thick
beautiful, gloiuiy, aliky hair, do by all
(niemia gel rid of dandruff, for It will
aiurve your nan und rum II ir vou
It doi-sn't do tn.ich good to try to
brtlah or wash It out The only sure
way to get rid of dandruff la to dia
olve It, then you deatroy It ntrrIP
To do this, get about four nunc of
ordinary liquid urvon; apply it at
night when retiring, use enough to
Btokttan th" scalp and rub u in gent
ly with the finger tips.
By morning, mom If not all. of
yuur dandruff will lie gone and
three or four mors aaplloation w'.'1
completely diaa-ilve and entirely de.
i" n,i, ' i I,H',' ut
You will find, tno, that u 1 1 Itching
and digging of the sculp will slop,
and in ir hair will luok and feel n
hundred times batter You cm get
I liquid arVOfl at Kim drug store It Is
j Inexpensive and four PUnoai Is all
you will need, no matter how much
Id-indriiff vou hsve Thla simple
irmedy never fulls Adv
Accept 'California" Svr.ip of Klga
only look for the name California
on the package, then you are sure
your child Is having the best nnd
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowela. Children
love tta fruity taste full directions
; on each bottle. Vou must say "Cali
l 5c Jt
V S:jri.,a,,.tv.?K raisvi.d
biivlioaD alms ni l i- mm
SOID IY DRluG.lS.iS tVUtmEJf j
John Willi, in, I r ,'.. -i.
and a pioneer cltlsun of Tula, died
Saturday , !,l. ,eaid,i,t-.
1010 Mouth DelroTt. Death came aa
a reaull of a paralyse atroke auffcr. .1
last Tuaaday h leaves wir
Mary K. I,car, and a aon, U. M. I'ar
who has been engaged In the trans
fer business In Tulsa for a number
of years He ulsj leave a brother,
J. H I-er. who resides In Tulsa Mid
a sister In Missouri. Mr. l.ear came
to Tulsa in 1H04. Kuneral aervloes
will tic held at 10:30 o'clook Mini. I . ,
morning ul the residence, laterment
will be In Itoac Hill.
MONICKBRfl IIAVK OOOI) iimkI
IgHfja ( ii mil Attviula tJa Annual
llullng of Sunday Si-IkmiI.
About 110 nieiiibi'ts of the hunduv
lohool ot th i net MaUiodial Kpia
00 pa chun h attgdd the annual
picnic in Central park rrlday aft
ernoon. The bountiful picnic dinner
Won iprcmi ,,,, twu I,,,, inIiii'H
Recreation suit' d to the different le
parttnentv was enjoyed.
i. , , i
'i'i of dlrorc was granted In
l u t to Ora Wilson against
i-i'i g non.
For Your Hair
" ! i 4 ; . ( , .
Ta r a't prfaud tMM
9 t ag j iti nar. b-ar ail, i-fej
aiaar ij .,,.,, f rm
It a naioa, aiwn ani far. a ut
Natara. A rahabta arwula la
ROI'UO Udliana' tlUtf fag
ktvr aaafll aralg) AataniahtM tor
a, n. ...... B, , Jr
aUBftac FAl.!jJ ItAIH a ,
Ud-r.-g ', I GtOWTti la
aw.ua- oil allay f. ,, I
U-faatiaaiUa. .. eA-dt "
fMrfaw. Far Ma a, -..,
trUUfaav Kaap tat 1 ,
leant Sra atkara. raalMrj witlarfal
ctmuw aa aaa armw g"ra , xr 4rrl if aajal
Laiaar a alan or mrmut Uh naftot l.
Made the followinK Htatfrnent in the January, 1920, edition of the
"TuIsh Spirit": '
"Nineteen Hundred Twenty will be a year big with opportunities. Re
djustment of the buaineaa world to changing conditiona will be rapid,
bringing difficult problema in quick ucceion and he who would avoid
the ahoal of superficiality or the rocka of the aweeping torrent rauat
atabilhte himself with an anchor that ha been tried and found depend
able. In hi banking connection should be found this anchor.
"This Bank ha established a reputation for being sane and safe, and if
you desire such a connectioa, we will welcome your application for en
rollment in our clientele."
Present conditions demonstrate the wisdom of our statement made five
months aifo. The fact that durinjr thone five months, 1,560 new ac
count have bean opened, in our Commercial Department alone, not in
cludlng approximately 2,500 in our SnviiiRs Department, indicates that
the people of Tulsa and vicinity rely on what the Central National Bank
tells them. The fact that during the present "tifrhtness of money, tjie
Central National Hank has without exception met every legitimate de
mand of its CU stoma fa i la indisputable evidence that the public's con
fidence in the Central National Bank la not misplaced.
- - $1,000,000
- - $ 350,000
The Waste ot Natural Gas!
If it is true, as all authorities on the subject say
it is, that natural gas is the best and most con
venient fuel man has everknown; and if it is
true, as the authorities of the federal govern
ment and of the various states solemnly assert,
that the supply is rapidly nearing exhaustion;
then it must be true that every consumer of nat
ural gas is seriously concerned with the enor
mous waste of gas which is daily taking place,
and with the devising and enforcing of all such
means for its prevention aa may be found pos
sible and practicable.
There are many forms of waste, and the author
ities of the federal government and those of the
various gas producing states all say that every
form of it is due, either directly or indirectly, to
the fact that the price of gas has never been high
enough to make hc gas worth saving.
By far the greatest waste of gas takes place in
the field, at and in the gas wells themselves, and
is caused, directly or indirectly, purposely or
unintentionally, by the producer. As is well
known, most gas wells are found by oil men in
the search for oil. With the exception of a few
gas companies, practically nobody drills for gas
itself. And the gas companies compared to the
oil companies and the individuals drilling for
oil, in numbers are but as one to a thousand.
Both oil ami gas are found in porous sands to
which the well is drilled. Sometimes they are
found in the seme sand. Sometimes the gas is
in a strata of sand above tile oil ; sometimes be
low it. It is natural that the producer will try to
reach and preserve that product which is most
valuable, and will remove as far as he can every
obstacle in the way of his getting it.
When oil was selling for 40 cents a barrel gas
was selling for 3 cents a thousand at the mouth
of the well. Oil is now bringing from $3.50 to
$4.00 per barrel. Assuming that the average
price is $3.60 a barrel, oil has increased in price
900 per cent. Had gas increased in price in the
same raio, it would be bringing 27 cents per
1000 afthe well ; which would mean that the gas
company, in order to pay the producer that price
for the gas and pay its taxes, its operating ex
penses, its maintenance expenses, stand the
leakage and shrinkage in transporting the gas,
the depreciation on its pipe lines and com
pressor stations, pay its stockholders a reason
able return on their investment and set aside a
reasonable sum with which to return the stock
holders their investment when the gas is all
gone, would have to sell the gas at from 80 to
90 cents per thousand.
But the price of gas ranges from 4 to 10 cents
per thousand at the well. The lowest the Okla
homa Natural has paid for some years is 6 cents,
and that is about the average price in this State.
It ought to be higher. It ought to be not less
than 12 cents a thousand, and probably higher
than that. The Oklahoma Natural Gas Com
pany is willing to pay the producer any price foi
his gas which the rates it is allowed to charge
But gas at 6 or even 10 cents a thousand at the
well ift of only slight interest to the producer.
The life of an oilwell is so much longer, and the
oil is so much more valuable, that the average
producer very naturally feels no incentive to try
to get gas or to try to save it. If, after finding
gas, he feels that by drilling his well deeper he
has the slightest chance of striking oil, he will
mud off or case off the fjas, and drill on down
for the oil. And so would you. If he finds oil
and gas in the same sand, he will let the gas blow
off in order to get the oil. And so would you.
Only by making the gas bring the producer as
much as the oil does will the producer have an
incentive to find, save and market the gas. Only
by making the gas worth saving can he be in
duced to save it. And intrinsically gas is worth
as much as the oil.
No county in Oklahoma has been richer in nat
ural gas than Okmulgee County. Yet John EL
Rebold, of Okmulgee, who has been operating
for oil in that county for 15 years; E. W. Kim
bley, who has been operating in that county for
11 years; G. A. Gifford, who has drilled more
than 100 wells in that county and E. H. Moore,
who has operated in that county for 15 years,
all stated under oath that in their opinion not
more than from 15 to 25 per cent of the original
volume of gas in that county now remains.
Mr. Rebold said :
"If the producer has a good chance to
get oil, he will try to get rid of any
small gas wells as quickly aa posaible,
because he does not derive enough rev
enue from small wells, or even medium
wells, to stop."
Mr. Rebold stated that in the last year he
brought in four gas wells ranging from fifteen
to eighteen million cubic feet each. That he
connected them with a gas pipe line, selling the
gas at 6 cents per thousand at the wells; that
the wells were exhausted in two weeks, and that
he did not get enough out of them to pay the
cost of drilling the wells.
Mr. Kimbley stated that he had drilled over 200
wells in Okmulgee County; that in 1918 and
1919 he brought in several gas wells ranging
from fourteen to twenty-five million cubic feet
each ; that he sold the gas out of the wells to a
gas company at 6 cents per thousand, and when
the wells were exhausted he lacked more than
$40,00Qj00 of getting back the cost of the wells.
Mr. Gifford stated that he had drilled in five gas
wells in the last year or two, ranging from ten
to twenty-five million cubic feet each ; that he
sold the gas from the wells and just about broke
even on a part of the wells and lost heavily on
Mr. Moore stated that he had drilled some gas
wells, and had sold the gas, and that the returns
from it had not been sufficient to pay the cost
of drilling the wells.
Ask any oil or gas producer who Tias drilled
gas wells what his experience has been, and you
will find out very readily why no more people
drill for gas than do, r.nd why no greater efforts
are made in the gas fields to conserve the gas
than is made. As said by the United States
Bureau of Mines, if you want to save the gas, you
have got to make it worth saving.
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
Jmum Mart Mltelia, Mv r. Nw Ymtt 1 1