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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920.
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NO RECOVERY FOR!)
STOCKS IN SIGH I
Further Downward Revi
sion of PriccH Outlook
for Rest of Year
STEEL PRICES SLUMP
Jut Additional Cutrt Kail to
Excite lluycrrt Much; Hot
ter Tone to Investment
i NIJW YOHIC. Dec. fi. II:uIJiihI-
nvnt of cMtltimtrii In I ho flimticlitl,
J ImliiHlrliil iiml riiiiininillty murloitii
continued I'int week, iliidltiK free
xpri'wliiiiN In Hi" 1'iwr tri'tiil of
uocnliitlv nerurltlcN. mniill output
of inw mill riiilDluil iuoiIiicIh innl
very Irregular iiuotiilloiw for tliu
The oiilloiik for the Imlntifn or
yrnr, hh vloncd liy competent
wrvrrH, Indicated further downwind
rcvliilciii of price ami Increased i ur
tiillinciit In many llncx of manu
facture. Definite ilovi'lopnii'iilH of Hie
wick Included tho imfolillim of lh
plan l-y wjilch Houlhi'rn Pacific l
to divest Itself of Iti oil lnnilh, the
MjnpniiHlon of dividends on two of
tho low priced coppers, which 01
'ciBlonrd llltln surprise. Ilmvlnesii
of varlotiH Issues, in tlm motor, ship
lilnir ami iiilm'vllaiii'iidH Kroups
slronfithcned tho conviction that
coiiHorvntlon or nliitulutn necessity
may Impel tho suspension of ills
luirsenieiits to holders of preferen
tial fin wull iih common BhnreM.
In the. Hteel Industry further price.
eultltiK wns rcHiirtcd to by liulu
pendent producers. Thin failed to
nvoke morn limn a IntiKUld rcMpoiiHo
from consumers, ltiillrond natnlnK
for October wcro substantially but'
. . .
Investment conditions show a but
ter tono. um MtleHlcd by tho open
market for new corporatn offering,
but tho opposition of llih Kovern
inont towards dotnostlo and forclitn
credits, n defined ty Hocrnlnry
Houston and tho federal rennrvn
beard of fern little hopo for twslor
money rates In tho Immedlatn fu
turo. Oold contlnueil to pour Into
the. country, without effecting any
TO CCrWlOWN LID
Manor Permit I'.iplrc Koon nnd
Nolbxj U tlhcn of Sevens
Hoi I n pi.
Bpeotal to The World. ,
ponca orrv, ioc 5, with De
cember 21 will come, tho expiration
nf nunioroiiH alcohol permits
throughout OkUhoma im well aa In
other states, lncludlnn nil uch per
mits tbnt wero Ismted prior to
AUKUHt 31, 1020, ltcnowsl muKt bo
irmntnil b the urohlbltloii commlM-
Rloncr at Wanhlngton, I), C, and no
far an Oklahoma l concernea appu
tloiirt fori renewalH muiit be filed
with tho federal prohibition direc
tor at Ktlllwater. Ho in lint Rend all
uch on to Wahlniton for final na
tion. Huch a permit ullown tho
holder to purchaHo und uo alcohol
In a certain limited amount per
isalendnr quarter. In tho preparation
of atrlctly medicinal and nonbever
In iHmilfiK a warning n to alcohol
permit, und alno In reiturd to ob
UlnliiK thmrn, tho federal prohibi
tion enforcement director InnliUs
that It In not Intended that law vio
la tor a hold thorn. "A Htoro doea not
liavu a nonbnvcrnKQ call for more
than one to two quart of Jamaica
Rlncor per month and thn More that
nella exceiwlvo quantltleH of the Kin
der, lyko, liopn, extracts, mult, etc.,
is a Joint," the warnliiK declarcH,
"and tho wtinlcRnlnr who nell to a
retailer In rotcciwlvo umniintH In
cloarly In tho beverage buHlnees."
Tliu excessive Halo of cxtr.ictu by
retailers Is unld to ba one of thn
STcatrst problems with which tho
federal director la faced nt tho pres
ent time. It Is cited that many
cltlcH nro passing anti-extract or
dlnancoH and others nro neked to do
no. In tho near future It Is ex
plained there will bo now effective
regulations regarding Jamaica nln
Bcr. OFFICE ROOMS IN DEMAND
New niillilliur I'launixl Including
.tioncrn iiou'i ttiructunv,
tptrtnl to Th World.
DUNCAN. Dec. E. TiOeal canltal
IrtH are considering plans for a nix
ptory office bullillnir In tho city. Kver
rlncu tho beKlnnlnir of the oil boom
ast sprlnu the city haa beon hondl-c-apped
by a uhortase of vultablo
office rooms und there Is a great de
mand for modern office which It Is
Impossible tn meet.
Also a modern hotel, costing ap
proximately $300,000 1m one of tho
probablo assets which will be added
to tho htislncKn district during the
year 1921 If plans of Duncan and
uuUldo Intercuts aro carried out.
7,500"FOR PLATf" PARK
taxirtary I'ayiio Will Ask Onujrnwji
WABIUNGTON. Dec. B, All ap.
proprlatlon of 7.600 for l'latt na
tional park In Oklahoma Is asked In
Hat of estimates prepared i,y t lict
national park wervlco and which will
bo submitted to congress by tfecro
tarj' of tho Interior IUyno tomorrow.
Of thla amount J3.050 Is for ad.
ministration; $2,200 for protection:
91,780 for malntatnance and HiiO
for tnlscellaneous exprnsrs. No new
construction Is planned for next
year at l'latt park
Uaed lean than 90 days.
S15 8. Detroit Cedar 633
In the Oil Ficldn
IVINTINI.IJIJ ntOM I'lllJl'KIIIMI I'AUIJ
tho miiithcimt of the suutliwi'Hl of
Urn tiiirthiw'sl of 2-19-7, Is coitil for
Thn (lytisy (ill cnmiiiny's Irst on
tho Milli'iiiy fin in Hi thn nnrtheiiNt
of the imithwuil of I-l!i-7, Is koimI
for .in liiirrols iiflor u r,o-iiiait shut.
Tlio KhMitii Oil ciiinp.iiiy'H No, 7
I'hU'Oti In thu Holltlii'iisl rorriiT nf
thn northi-fist of tlin northeast of
3R-19.7, Is making 10 bnnvls In thu
2,720-fool Mind lifter thu iihot.
In tho Ctiililnjt DNlrli-t,
Tho Allilillu Hinlea I'elroleum
fompiiny has to luurels of oil nml
2. Mill, fen nf giiM In thu 2, SHI) to
2.02-fiii)l muni, In No, ,i Cut,.,
the northeast comer nf ll-IH-S.
Thn Ohio Cities (Ins cninp.iny well
No, I on the .McKi user furin In the
siiiithwi'M corner of tlm sniitliuciit
of I3-1.H-R, In n 20 barrel well.
rim .Miignnlla retroleuin com
Pliny's No, n .Miircli, In tho snuthiveHt
of thn nnrthweiit of thn sontheiist
or 2D-I1.D. In tuiik ilk- XII burte m
from tho 3, 300-foot pay.
Thn Itoxiinn I'elriileiiin ,,,, iv
llHM I, m.liftrr.tl ....ii i.. it., n..
Htcphens, In tho southeast corner of
1 I T-1
I - f ,
Wi-st nf TiiIsh,
J- Hteele Mas n lO-lnirret ue after
lOO.itiiart Mhot, In sand found from
'111.1 III IIIKI feel l V. I II,....,...,
Ill the northeast nf tho wmlhe.-ist of
thn northensl of 17-111.10.
The Kelby (III ft Oils Oo.'s Itemoro
'fl. I In tlin unlllhniiut ,t.iM ..f ll...
southwest of tho northeast of 1D-1!)-
ju, is rsiunaieii ni ur, tinrrels,
'Illt ( ikltl lllllim Cnnlt-nl MM ,..,,
pnny bus a 300-bntrel producer In
inn a ijimt'ii, ui inn ceiner or 1110
rinrtti linn tt tlm ..nt lw.,.ui .f il,..
linrtheast of 27-1U-I0.
Johnson nml others luim t. in.
barrel well In tho 1,3201-fonl pay,
In No. r. Hlmon, In tho renter of thn
west lino of thn limit Invent (,f t)i
norlhi'iist of n -1 S -1 4 .
Tim fnrliir iUl
Smith, In tho southwest corner of
tho southeast of 82K-3i, Is swiibhlliK
2T. barrels after thn shot In tho
.1,3d8"fOOt Mil Mil.
Tho llnrllesvlllo zinc corporation
has 2.000,000 feet of ns In tho HK5
tn fl 1 fk-foflf Hnttil. In Itu v., I a.,..hnrt
III tho northeast of tho wiuthei'iHt of
Oklaiioiim Ontnil hrllllng In,
Die nklllllrlllin I'nnlrnl 111 r....
pnny Is drilling In today mid retting
what looks like an unusunlly good
NO. 2 Which nimn In .n,'.,.l .
ago In a 300-barrol well.
Thu Knflnrn fill .nmnnHj. x-. a
'osnv. Ill thn .-,.,,l.,- ,r ii.
linn of tho northwest of tho south-
with 01 i-17-13, U good for in
liarrels after an 80 nunrt shot. Hand
was found from 1,032 to 1.08G feet.
In tlm lW-ggH I'lcld.
The Curtt-r Oil compuny-s No. 2
Fmlth, an old well deepened, Is now
tirodiirlng 400 tinrrels after a 10
quart squib, In the 2,nc2-foot pav.
It Is on No. 2 Bmlth farm and lo
cated In thn southeast of tho north
east or 33-10-10.
The Atlantic Petroleum com
pany's Nj. 7 necsn. In tho north
east of tho southeast of the north
west of 3-IC-I0, Is good for 100
barrels, after tho shot.
Tho Hkelly Oil company's No. .1
Orayson In tho northeast corner nf
tho northwest of 4-15-10, Is n f,0
bnrrel nroducor In thn r r.ui.
Tho I'llllllns Petrnlxnm n...n.,...
test on tlin tlnireru fnrit. In '.l...
southeast of tho northeast of 8-15-10.
Is a 7R.barrtl u-ell In rnin,l ir,,,
at 2,01 feet. ' '
Hie Kawflnld Oil company linn mi
sO-barrel nrodiicer In thn jnn.rn,,i
sand, In No. 7 Orayson at thn center
of the cant line of the southwest
of tho northeast of 0-1R-10.
ino rational Hxplnrutlnu corpor
ation well No. 2 on tho ltohblns
farm In tho northeast corner of tho
northwest of tho northwest of 10-15-10,
Is a 7r-lmrrol well after tho
shot. No. Ci ItobbliiM Is good for
200 barrels In thn same pav.
Tlin Selby Oil company has a 100.
barrel producer In No. 3 llobblns, In
the northwest of thn northeast of
thn southwest of lO-lK-lO,
Tho I'hllllps l'etroleuni com
piwiy'a No. 2 Trent, in tho north
west corner of the southeast of tho
northeast of 16-1R-10, Is good for
160 barrels natural. No. 4 on the
Trent farm Is a 100-barrel producer
llftnr ll 10 nlmrl Mfiiilh
Tho I'tilaskl Oil company's No. 2
Long, In tho northeast corner of thn
northwest of 16-16-10, Is malting
200 barrels natural.
Walto I'hllllps has a 7!i.bnrrtil
Willi ltl Nn. 3 Trent In ihn .infill.
west corner of tlio northeast of tlio
Houineasi ox it-u-ni.
Mlscncr & Htnelo's No, 3 Btepuey's
at thn ennter nf tint ennt linn uf tlm
southeast of tho southeast of 23-15-
io, is good ror lion Parrels nnurnl,
The Wilcox Oil & tta company's
No. 0 Htcpney In tho center of tho
west lino of tho southwcHt of tho
Mritlthu-i'Mt nf 24.lfi.10. 1m entllimteil
at 800 tarrels dally natural, whllo
No. 7, on this farm la a 1,000-b.irrol
producer, both In tho 2,68-fnot naml,
Tho Bavny Oil company's No. 4,
Smith fnrm.'nt tho center of thn
south lino of the southeast of tho
J. A. PRINGLE
Isaacs. Drllllna Contracts.
905-06 Kennedy llldg.
I'hone Osugn 9250
PH0NI CfOWIItSJ I
CIHCIM.MI, iviUI TUHs"
I nr Kalo nt a liar
gain ono to. io
Sullivan Air t'oin
provsor, licit driven.
Two 12x7x13 Duplet
(larrtncr t t o ii in
Closing Prices Show Net
Advance of 110 to 150
NKW Oltl.KANH, Inc. 5 A
rather ileildeil t' liilon. y to reuit from
thn long dcclliiii was slmwji by tho
cotton market Inst week, iillhough
that still Iiml porlnils nf prlro depres
"Ions, itlghesl prlreii uimo at thn
mlildlo of tiio week- Closing pprlccn
were at net (iiIviiiicph of I IB to 150
IioIiiIh, Jnuiiaiy closing at I6.30i; und
July nt r,.r.7i;. in thn stmt depart
ment, middling gained 25 points In
thu results, closing at 1 5.25c.
, Hiimewlial hMtter fi e Im ln thn
spot tlepnttmcut wan one of thn
cnusert of tlm ndvauen ami Its uf frets
wii.i luireiiKcil liy thn largo nxport
miivnmeiit, tnliil elenraiiies for the
ueelt nmiiunlllig to 2'll.tl0 bales
imallist 2 13, a 12 this week lust year.
Against thn market was thu ileclsluii
by thn iiiiliiners to go on half tlmu
at the rlnso of thn week.
Tlm lepoit on tho sixth ginning
period nf the season w.is n factor of
Iminiitanre, but at thn end of the
week ptivato hutcau returns of
lO.Ofio.omi bnles were disappointing
to thu short sldn ami n coverliii' en.
siitil. This liidlcateil an output for
thn period of I.Hil.OuO bales iigalnst
1,210.00 thu KiMin iierlnil l.ml venr
nml Ki; 5.0D0 tho mine period two'
years iign, Tlin slxlli gliiiilng period
cnriled thn crop down to tho first
of December nml this hciokiii'm figures
compute with 8,811,308 bales ginned
In thn same Inst year and 0,671,114
two years ago, Thu returns from
thn census bureau will bo made
NAVdiiciiiliiy morning. Opinion ro
Kurdlng Hie icnoit will uovern. to n
conslilernliln extent, thn trading of
inn rust two sessions or tlio week.
After tlm ginning report Increased
Interest will lie taken In thn annua
estlmntn of the rrop by thn depart
ment or agriculture on tlm 13th.
IN OKLAHOMA P0ST0FFICES
Altilu In Dcucy (Viiinly li Omtlnurd
In I'.ImI, .,...
WAHIIINCITON, Dec. 6 The fol
lowing nnstmnnte r;i havn been un
pointed in Oklahoma: Ilulchert,
Hubert I. Tucker; 'Walters, J. Whltt
Johnson, Oalena, Marietta Durham;
wiiKiiursi, uii'ii ik Mammons.
Tho order abolishing tho post
offlco nt Aledo, Dewey county, has
beon rescinded, nml will Iih con
tinued in existence.
The sites nf tho postofflces nt
Faimhnw. t.flnr. emmtv. WnMhltn
ton, McUiln county: ltelchert, t.a-
1'inrn coiiiup, and Bclplo, I'lttsburg
cnunly, havo been clinugod. The
posturrivn at Davidson also has been
Watch fur llogus Orders-
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. Thn post
office department ban isiiicd a warn
lug that u. blank postofftco money
order book with numbers from
59,485 tn 59,600, Inclusive, has been
stolen from tho postotflcn nt Mouu-
tulnalr, Okla. It Is believed that
tlie tlilevcs will fill nut thn orders
and attempt to cash them. The de
partment, therefore, nsks that
Oklahomiuis scrutlnlxn money orders
In an attempt to detect theso frau
northeast of 25-15-10, Is a 75-barrcl
Tlio l'nllynnua Oil company has n
20 bnrrel well In No. 5 Orayson.
located at tho center of tho cast
lino of thn southeast of tho south
east of 2-15-11.
Tlm Ijiwrcncn oil company's No.
3 Orayson, In tho northcust corner
of thu southwest of tho southwest
of section 2-15-1 1, Is good for 20-
tiarruls lifter tlio shot 111 tho 1,790
Mowbray 1'ndertnklng Co.
906 H. Hnulder lMiono 329
Ambiilh n Hervlce. Advt.
RI. KflTltlf) MOTOR
fpulrr.l, IXmlll nn.l ttrvfoond
Ur Kiprrl Mrrlmnlra.
DAT ANtl .NIOIIT HKUVICK.
IX i:l K. Srcaml SI,
rhnn Tnlnr 114
Nliht I'lmnr (l.nr SM0-.1.
UOlKIl; KLKl'TKIU lOMI'ANT
Put $300 to Work
In German Marks
I'robable profits on 100,000 marks If they go to $11.90, one-half
their normal value (J23.S0), (8,400.
YOU CAN SUCUHi: SIX Oft NINK MONTHS' OPTION ON
MAUKS AH lOIiIiOWS:
l'rlca ef Oplloni
$ -m.no controls
tno.uo com rots
aim, 00 controls 11)0,000 thousand
On tho I'Tplmllon dato of option you have the privilege of buying
marks outright lit tlm spot Miluo on that day, providing you liavo
not I'lett'lsod same.
Tho amount jou luno silil on tho option will bo i-rctlltcd tn on
towards the purchase of marks outright 'llicm ia no risk iM-jond cost
of option ami no margin calls.
licrinany H rapidly getting to work, llcr factories ar linm
nilng nml all Industrie are Ih-cIiiiiIiik to show old time efficiency.
Any day marks nro liable to nilvuco front 3 to 10c. I-'ortiincM wfll bo
imido out night by tlmc who um fur tdghtrd cooiigh to toko ad
vantage of this present opitorliiulty.
Wo cannot urge too Mrougly tho advisability of faking ad
vantage of this proposition by tjtng up us largo amount as ono ran
afford, vtlillu tho eirluuign mtcM aro ut these low figures. Do not
fall to net on this promptly.
I'miMinl remlltniico tmluy for six or nine uionths' option on
either 10,000, 20,000, 50,000 or 100,000 murks. Wlro reservation
today, us prleo In subject tn advance, over night. Write or call for
luformnlloii on options. Ask for Circular A, D-50.
Wm. R. Fitzgerald & Co.
rOUKIC.N CUIIHKNCY AND IIO.VDS
Kanvis City Offli-cn, 328.27 Ilrsrrir Hank Illd Tenth and .Main St.
Hell Slalu 082. Opening KvenJncs 7 to 9
Catered to Appetites
of OklahomaitH of the
ftarlu Sooner, Period
Bl'cll to Tlio Wotld,
I'ONOA CITY, Die 6. -With the
death hcio yesterday of rioren C.
Nelson, aged 72, thcro passed onu
of tho early ploneeis of western
Kansas and Oklahoma, lie was a
native nf Copenhagen, iK'iuniirk,
but cuimi tOymeika when 17 years
old. Ho wenfcto WelllriKton, Kan.,
at that city's opening and owned
the first meat market there, loiter
he fanned near Wellington and
came to Oklahoma 15 years ago.
PRINT TlOTH MORE ACTIVE
hho'tlnXH In .Moilrlnti; lleiiiaml Onlj
mi New Vnrli .Market
NKW YtJItIC, Dec. 6. I'llnt cloth
and convert Iblu markets were morii
active during last week and prices
were advanced. Hales of print
cloths' In thu Now York markets
wcro estimated iih hlgli.ns 300,000
pieces, Hheetltigs were In moderate
(I ;iiui ml only. Tliern wan soinu small
orilers itipoilril on combed yarn
No substantial Improvement is
yet reported in tho movement of
finished goods In first hands nml
mills urn Increasing rather than de
creasing curtailment operations. On
thn other hand thfcrn havo been ac
tive cleanincn n.iles of domestic and
printed cottons In lobbing centers
thu prices In many ruses being lower
(ban tho lust values placed on goods
uy nun agciiis.
Plans for curtailed production In
mill centers rnugu from absolute
Idleness for Indefinite peilods In
noma largo plants, to schedules of
rour uuys n week or tens in others.
There has been no improvement in
tlm export sltuallun.
1'rlcea rolliiw: 23-Inch (HxM's,
fit-2c; imilO's, fi 1 2c; 38 1-8-Inch
filx4's. 83-tc: brown sheetings.
southern standards, 12 i-2u; tick
ings K-outice, 27 l-2c; denims 2.20 s,
Indigo. 25c: staple ginghams. 11 1-2
and 20c; prints, 12 l-2c; dress glug-
minis, zr ami 27 i-.c
IjiiiiIIh Is Not Worrrd.
KT. IXJI'IS. Iiec. 6.-IV.leral
Judge Kenesaw .Mountain -nulls. He-
locted head of organized baseball. In
an address hero tonight nsuerted ho
could seo no Impropriety In his ac
renting the basehall position nml re
taining ins place, on the bencli,
A father always worries for f'ar
that his daughter will marry the
wrons man and a mother worrlrs
forfcar slio won't catch one at all.
t'o-oi'ici wfi vi. T-1 1 A N. "
I'or each and every new order we
receive through tho lnfluenco or
recommendation of uny person we
will do freo 76o in cleaning or press.
Ing for thn person who recommend
ed us- of coursu wo know you will
not solicit for us, but It you hnvu a
suit to clean or press and 'your friend
or neighbor has some cleaning or
piesslng and you both send to us
wo will nllow 75c off youi" bill for
each friend or neighbor. Our work
Is first chuis, our service Is the best,
our courteous treatment will surely
please you. We specialize on rellnlng,
repairing, repeating nml accordion
pleating, t'p to Dato Cleaners.
Phone Osaco 2669. Advt.
McGREEVY & CO.
Nw Torli stock Hicham.
Chlctr" Hoard of Trad.
Nan- Orltanii Cotton Hicham.
STOCKK, ;ILIN, COTTON
I.lbtrty llnml llnunht anil Bold
rAl'l. It. IIIXOM, Manager
ltl Kaal Third HI. (Holfl Tula.)
DIVIDEND OIL ISSUE
A New York Ilrokcrugo firm,
with c-onneotlons all over tlio
rnltcd Stafcs and Canuila, will
iiiidemrlln cntlro Indues of u
coiLscrvatlio dividend paying oil
Tlio Company mtut havo srttlrd
pnsluction and backed by rx
IH'rlcncoil oil operators. Address
H. H., ROOM 307
t.1. llniadway, New York City
rrobabl Profit If
Marka fn to
(11. SO) S Normal
t.lra and Franca
.. fl, 100.00
FARM WAGES NOW
DUE TO TUMBLE
Many Crops This Year
Have Been Produced
nt a Loss
Hp-I l loTh World.
. l'O.NCA C1TV, Dec. 5 A decided
lit In farm wnges being rnndo In
this section of tho state by thn 101
ranch management and by others,
Is a Burn Indication that thn 1021
crops aro to bo produced on a far
cheaper basis than at any tlmo dur
ing thn pist four year period, The
labor factor has been one of thn
greatest features In tho high cost
of farming, H is maintained hero
that It cost A3 centn n bushol tho
past j ear to rnlso nn oat crop,
whereas onls aro now selling at 30
cents a bushel. Corn, that Is now
selling at 35 ( cents a bushel was
plowed last spring by labor that
cost $3 a day and board for each
man employed, and In numerous In
stances throughout this locality
corn Is being shucked at a cost to
tho farmer of one-third of what he
gets for the grain. Thn ruling corn
shuekltig prlro Is eight cents a
bushel, at tho present time, and ex
pert men nrn running from ono
to one hundred und twenty bushels
(several decided wago cuts are an
nounced, however, ns of December
t, and together with that Dm farm
for all pnrpowen, Including In
sulatrd cars for eanliighcnd gas
oline. Designed nml built to
mom tnan meet tlio usual ro-
& Foundry Co.
lorn. Chicago, ht. ixiuls
Release for Women who Suffer
The multitude of American women who suffer terribly day after day
and year after year from ills peculiar to their sex is almost beyond belief,
yet there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein
some woman, and often many, do not reside who have been restored
to health from somebf the worst forms of female ills.and oftcnavoided
operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
These Two Women Tell of Their Exnerienc.
vnuumuii, ivy. i
"-j 9 " w w j ta aaaa
two Veara with feniln wpnlrnouo
could not walk any distance, ride or
take any exercise atall without resting.
If I swept the lloor or did any kind of
work it would bring my sickness on.
1 was weak and languid, had no energy,
ond life was a misery to mc. I was
tinder tho care of a good physician for
several months and tried other remo
dles. I had read of Lydia E. I'inkbam'a
Vcgctablo ComiKmnd and decided to
try it. After taking twelve bottles I
found myself much improved nnd I
took six more. I havo never had any
more trouble in that respect since. I
have done nil kinds of work nnd nt
present am an attendant nt a Stato
llospitnl nnd am feeling line. I shall
LiLUANTriAitr, 82 tfouth Gtu
Btrect, Carrollton, Ky.
ers aro also dclaring that thero aro
morn nppllciiit.i recently for farm
work than fur n long time. Thn 101
ranch management cut tho farm
wngo si ate from $75 n month and
board and room to MO a month and
board and room, and their tractor
men from JlOO rt month to $50.
When tho scale was announced only
flvo men nslieil for their time nut
of a total of 100 employed. Men
enquiring for work arc, for tho first
tlmo ln years, asking for work with
out nisi) ashing what the wugo sculo
Not much corn Is holm; marketed
nt thn tilling 35.cent market price.
A lot of ll remains tinshurked In tho
field. William II. KrigUnd, n'n ex-
Rolling Mill Equipment
Land contains 5 23-100 acres, bcinp; a tract 400 ft. by
570 ft., Sand Springs, Oklahoma.
One 1-story steel and frame metal clad 90' 6" x 20.
One 1-story frame metal clad 32' x 67'.
One 1-story open frame 1C x G4
One 1-story open frame 20' x 46'.
One 1-story frame scale house 12 6" x 16.
One 1-story frame metal clad 16' x 32".
One 12' x'36' and one 12' x 40' four-door brick heating
furnace with the necessary equipment, including re
versing valves and 90-ft. steel smoke stacks in place.
One 32" x 14' Triple geared rolling mill lathe.
Four stands of 3 high 14" bar mill rolls and housings.
One, stands of 3 high 10" bar mill rolls and housings.
All the necessary tools and fixings including tele
'graphs, cast iron, floor plates, sewers, boshes, tongs,
and miscellaneous equipment.'
Tho lloltlng Mill was In operation for two years prior to October,
191S. Driven by a 600 11. 1. 440-volt Weslinghotlno Motor, with
1'alk Clear, Nuttall flexibto coupling direct connected to finishing
train and with ropo drive to roughing and bar mill.
The motor ngd coupling has been removed nnd aro not included
with tlio other equipment offered for snlo but tho ropo sheave and
ropo for driving roughing Is intact und will be disposed of.
The plant Is located ut Sand Sprlngs.tOklahoma, 6 miles from Tulsa,
Oklahoma, and ran bn Inspected nt any tlmo by parties Interested,
All tho equipment on thu property will bo sold at private salo ot tho
offlco of Sand Spilngs on December 6th, 1930, at 11 o'clock A. M.
and bids will bo considered If received prior to December 4th. Will
receive bids on land, building and equipment cither separately or
together. Satisfactory terms can bo made to responsible parties.
Further details upon request.
The right is reserved to reject any and all bids.
Address all bids and inquiries:
The Geo. W. Armstrong & Co.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
aV 1 , rt .
had such pains in my back and lower
part of stomach I could not lie in bed.
I suffered so it seemed as though I
would die.and I wasnotregulareithcr.
I sullercd for a year and was unlit to do
my housework, could only wash dishes
onco in a while I read nn advertise
t of what Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vcgctablo Compound had done for
other women and decided to try it. It
surely did wonders for mc. I havo
no pains now and can do my own
housework without nny trouble nt all.
I will always praise your medicine as
I do not believe tlioro is a doctor that
can do as much good for female weak
ness as can Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and you may uso
theso facts ns a testimonial." Mrs.
l.KSTEIt E. "W'All.NKIt, R. 1, I50X C!,
Such Letters Prove the Curative Value of
tnnalvn tnnilnu'ner lirrn. who lias ft
big corn crop, together with a largo
dairy herd, ami soverai nerns or
beef cattle as wnll, Is solving his
corn problem by having It shelled
and ground nt local elevators nml
then hauling it to his farms ub cat
tlo feed. It is understood that ho
Is getting it shelled and ground at a
Nicitot.M mANnrrn and
Cratlntt Pcklni I.irmt Mt!b
Vani anil Separata iron I.ocv tor
TV Hold a rrnmla Abate rratltl
coHt of only ten cent n. hundred
pound. Thus It l.i inakliu; an un.
usually cheap cattle feed.
Now IxH?ntf-J 3M Kennedy llldt.
Theme Oanee 1113
From 80c Kach to tho "Tailor Mid,
Kind." Itcpalrlns of All lcin,,.
,i00 .South Ilouldcr O-wrc ;oo(
Tulsa Window Shade Co.
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
71T SOUTH CIIEYKNNT5
Children Cared for During Worklnt
or Shopping Hours.
DR. IRA ALLISON
m.OOD, KKIN AND
16 H East Third Street
Samuel A. Boors tin
Attorney and Counsellor
Now Located 82S-28-37 Mrjro Uld(.
Iw of Oil and Gas
Law of Corporations
SEKKATZ ti SIOORB
10 ITnt Third Street
DR. JOHN LEE
Venereal, Kidney, Il ladder,
and Dlocaictf of Women
1132S. Main O. 4652
BROOKLYN OIL & GAS CO
WANTED Production, Leases and
Si7 Robinson Bid?. Cedar 131
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
ftJEST IX3DOB NO fl rrifela aran
i nuriciay. nrai Tnuradar. r
C. Brcond Thuraday, buatntia
Third Thurxlay, M. M. Knuill
' nuraay, i.. a. litiAlnfl
nfftlnc and annual rlrctlog
rhura. Dec. attL rommfnctni
at 7.-30 p. m. Vliltura ml-
John A. Walker, W. M. J. C. Monforta, ?
11KI.TA I.OlKli; US will meet In regulai
communication TUfaaay, ua
7th, conimenclnir at 7;30 p,
i i:ircuon or orncra vuii
nr Masons welcome, Mason!!
It. a KAUFMAN. W. M.
.UlTHUR tIAKElt. Secretary
ifETItOLEUM LODOn HO. 47 IBMU
every r Tinny eicepc sironfi,
Next cummuntcatlon Krl'!.
Iec. 17. Worlc ami examlna
tlon In K. A. Uegree. 'om
menclng t:S0 p. m. Vlsltloi
.. y n. CI.AHK. W. M.
It. II. IIANNA. cc
TUIJA CHArTEn O. PJ. n. meata tlra
kw and third Wedneaday of Iht
ifAX month at Maaonlo hall I (Iril
Ottn ineetlnc. bualneaa, aecoud. Inl.
OSaaKfl nation and aoclal. Mtar'a clut
g3& meeta 3nd and th We.1naadar,
Aiuponio nan. i.au p. m.
MIIS. TKMPIK TUNNANT. Worthy MatreA
Una. EMMA KABT, Becretary.
Tl'l-IA fltAlTEIl NO. ii. It. A. M.. Bf1
. . . . , II. . f V. T 1 1 rt m. in
Klectlon and tDutaUMtioa 01
each month. Tliern wilt h
election and Inatallatlon or or
flcera Per. 13th. 7:30 p. m.
JOHN MEtHRNIlACHEn, B. C
FRANK SHAMAN. Kacorder
AKtlAlt'TalUPLK A. A. O. N. M.'S. Nail
aai mecllnit Uec. loth. Annual a-
asat "Ion. Election of new oftlcara
BAMUKt. R. DTI5. TotantaU
II, 41. WKLLIVEn. necorda.
AUnollA LODGE NO. II. X. O. O. .
S'xt meetinr veo. itu
Work In Initiatory de
cree. Lodca opena T i Jt
All Odd fellow a Invited. .
J. O. CHAatPAN. N. .
U. U TOUNPSTONK. Bacratary.
TULSA IiNCAMTMENT NO. II, I. O. O. Y
meeta arcond and fourth Kriday, Till
r. m.. K r. hall, HH i:-i"t Second.
J. 1'. Moore, C. 1'. IL A. fuller, AcL ttcrlb.
TULSA rtEIlEKAlI NO. II. I. O. o. r
meeta aerond and fourth Friday, 7.30 P.
m., tl. V, ball, lift Kait Second.
MItS. L. A. WATSON, N. O.
UK9. IDA TUllNQUIbT, Sao'y.
TULSA CANTON NO. 11, I. O. O. KM rateU
flrat and third Friday. 7:30 p. nu,
Xlualclana' hall, Bouth Uoulder.
J. II. WlllUmi. Captain. 11. It. fuller. Ok.
TULSA CAMP NO. HIT, M. W. of A., and
uv.AllunTAa UA- no.
IL N. of A., meeta every Tuat.
1r nlcht at K. of P. halt
IIH i;t Second atreaL Via
It. I'.. McCllna. Conaul.
A. A. Iltiirh.. n.l.il rlrb.
lra H n u n .. r
.wiVJ,Wr,h'. O.3I08. llecorder.
8ILVKR PLUMK LOPOK III. K. P
aaJKv meeta every Thuraday nliht ai
WMn K- hall. Eaat Second. Nail
mmm meetlnc Dec. Mh. vliltlDf
KJa knlibta ursad in attend.
p. it. fKLTa. c. c
kd ia:.u. k. n. a h
ABA QltOTTO NO. tl meeta flrat Satur
day In each month at
Maaonle Hall. Uualnei
, luevtlnc 7 p. m. at
Club dante. 414 Bo.
Uoulder, Wedne a d a I
Blfht, November !tla