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TIllO TULA A DAILI WORM). sri V, NOVEMBER 16, I 0 1 :
I IV THE OIL FIELDS A. V. liCtNQUr OIL I Rli (IK. I Ml IMlfl'il :i7H7 OIL MARKET QUOTATIONS i . . . ,. . UtrMi H.nfk lln Mile . Coraiiu Cibtll " Nortli UM i HiMi'h Lima . Wuur (4itiM Priucttoa hoiui-i Kflt , . . Ki,iii.,n4 .... 3 So a no 3 (! llui) ,01 141 1 1 III I 14 1.US 1.35 t 7U Ill.lmU Mil" i.i mil light 1.0 CurtlCNItA lirBVJ Sh Klriru 1,Q( Hi i.rirlla I M 1,M is R il ?.s 144 t'ailil'i ax i. nil i.lmvf. Caddu K( dtfrtw I n. i.i BA tttifl ' .'mill.. St dUTMl (.nil H I l(1' IHili.U . Kmihiik m..l i i 1 1 1 1 . : i Oldafioms BmIu Beontsi hi Soma Intsrsstlns statiatlo mi tfc gat production of Waal Virginia, Ohio Oklahoma und California, art fosra prviented Ul MUM (Mini oowpttod by David T. Day of the Ualtad Stataa Qeiiloglcaf Survey and from Lbe figur--M ii will lie wen thiit Oklahoma ranka aeoondi WmH Virginia leading fur tba past fmir yearn with a tuMi nf over US bUUon faat mors than pro4uosd in Oklahoma, Ohio in iinr.i in Una uini California brings up the raar wllfc 4? billion (sat lc than ihio. TIM SftirSS f,,r aOh Mate follow: iii 1912 West Virginia maintains! lis lead of the last four yeul'H In the quantity of natural gas produced and supplied fur OOnaUSnptlon, I till pro. duotion, aooording tu iavM T. Day, f tin L'oited Btiites Geological Burvsj oould ie largely Inoreaaad, as many of tlie wellB lire closed In for future IMS or for Im'k of a market. The total Quantity of natural kbh produced in West Virginia in ii- la estimated by tin- United Mates Qeolo- Ulcal Mirvey ul lt,0ld,)dd(0dd cubic feel, valued at 1 8S. 3 I 1 , cmiparod wiih 0(,((0,(T(.00C cubic feet, valued at $2s,t3.r,,!i07. in Mil. The quantity of gai piped out of u i m Virginia In iui2 to supply oongumsra in other Bute amounted to 120.8K2.77n.ooo CUbiC feet, vnlued at $22. 0:i3.637 at the pointK of consumption, comparad with ltg,Ogl,0tl,0OO oublo fee', valued tit $,ll5,T6t In 1911. Of the total quantity "f KnH exported from West Virginia in 1812, ulmut SO billion tu- blO feet WSJ piped to return h aul. 1, ghoul iii billion cubic (sal to Ohio, ami the remainder to Kentitokg; but it in egpected thai before Mm doss of ihe rear una gaa will he piped from ii,. folds ,.f i.ewiH nnd Harrison Bounties i" supply oonsumsrs in sov oral towns 111 Indiuiia. Tu,- total quantity of natural gas consumed In West Virgin Is in It II wan H.r..4e:'.24K.O00 cubic feet, valued at 17,001,111. lf hhia total there wax oonaumed for domssUs purpoeee ld, 1SO.77K.Oihi CUbiC feet, valued at 11,01018, an average price of 18.11 cents per thousand ruble feet, lor manufacturing purposss 5(.l((,(0," 000 cubic feet, valueil at H.dll.ftS, an average prloe of 5.07 nenls per ih. isand cubic feet; and for power purposes 20, 031. 650, 000 cu Oluad at 11,071.949, on aver of B.t centR per tttOUaSnd and f.i Id blc feet, v age price OUblC feet. Drilling out Ihe 1,11 $3 50 Recipe Free, For Weak Men Send Name and Address Today. You Can Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorous. We havt- hi our piMMMttW a prescription for narvoua Debility, lack nf vi.ur, weukiiHuJ nihilhood, ftWIiodji memory and lame hn?k, broufbl on by acaaaea, unnatural drain-, or tbfl follies of youth, that hai 'urt-d no many worn end nervous Wail i i(fht in their own DOBUM itli"iit u ii additional lulu or me Ji nny Unit we think e vry mftti .io witht f to rth-Hin iiis manly DOWM and virility, qiiirkly si' quietly, should have a copy. Hu have fotertninea to Band a copy of tna preaerlptloA fraa "f .-hiirjE''. in w plain tirdinary s.-nh-d t-n-valopa to aw)- nan h will arrita u for it. Tins prMenptlon comet from a pnyaieiafl whi him nteflfl n apaetaj itody vf men, bob we jirc con voiced it Ik thf Rureat-actlnst ,f,,n' bination for the enra of dafieient inaonood nl vigor failure ever put tofetber, We thinh re owe it to our fallow nan to if ul tin in a anpfr in oonfidenoa to that mnn anywhere wno i weak and dlteouAiod with repeatad fatlarai may etpp drngfl hinuati with harmfnl nntfnt nifdiHnfft. aecara I nit w licllcvt' in tin- ktl-:t'-tlliK 11 ' itoratlve, upbuilding, BPOT-TOUCHING rem Bdy Btar devfaaid, and so curt' himself at bona Duietly nnd quicklv Juht drop ur a 1 m Ilka .his I. t. l,ftll- Kc:i:tdy Ot , .l-v.Tj Lurk HMc. Datrlalt, Mich., and we will n-nd you a ropy nf this .splendid recipe in n plain nrdii:nry envelope tree of cluirm. A jcrei.t mury f c fnrt. would charge fn-i lo B.OO for nin-cly rrltina unt n praaeriptlon Ue thii -but we end it entirely (rue. Ad?. W LOANS City and Pana Loans made without rod tape Quick Action Schuyler C. French Insurance, Bonos a n d Loans. t Daniels Block I Third and Main Sts. wii-s very active tlirough and nii.s fields of Wasl Vir ginia in lilt, mill of I, OK weiiH com pleted only 149 were dry holes. At the clOSS of the yenr there wi re fi.T.SS gSS wells in the nt.'ite, and th produc ing territory extended over a large grog. From ihe (Iguras prssentsd by Mr. I'ltrker's report II 1 evldenl thai West Virginia la likely to remain a Kteat gaa -producing stats. Ii, Voar In Oklaiinma. Oklahoma enjoyed In 1912 her most proapsvoui year In the history of her natural mis Industry, The (rsguonl advances in the prloe of crude petrol eum gave tin Impetus to drilling ami resulted in the extension of oil terri tory anil the dlSCOVary of sunn gas pools nf oonaidarabls Importance. Tin re were 329 prodUOlng Kits wells completed during the ye ar, making a total of S70 productive SnSllS in the state :il the cloi:e of 1912. The total production of natural was in Oklahoma In 1912. aa estimated hy I lavid T. Day, of the United Stales tli uloglcal Purvey, was 7S.7H9, 81 9.000 cubic fed, vulued at $7,400,528. or 10.04 cents per thousand eulilc feet. compared with 67,tt(,dSt,000 cubic feel, valued HI ill. 731, 770, or 10.01 cenm per thousand Cubic fee. In 1911 Since large quantities of gas arc con mimed In Oklahoma for botfe domestic nnd industrial purposes at h flat rale no nxtirs being used, It is Impossible to arrive at the exaet ipiantl'y of can con: limed, but It Is estimated thai In 1912 there was uaed for domestic pur poses R (iU0.0fi2.000 OUblO fee,, compar ed with Ml fi.723.0ou ouWo feet in nil. The eaUmated quantity of gas consumed fur Industrial purposes in 1912 was 35,049.341.000 ruble feet, compared irlth 22,397. 1 is, 000 cubic (eel in 1911. Much of the gas produced from the oil wells of Oklahoma la (Tasted, but where this "rnsing-head ' pas la found to be rich In gasoline sevi rai plants have been installed for the extraction of the gasoline. This lifts become a Considerable industry, as there Is a r ady gale tor (he product. At tin Close of 1912 Here were twelve ,,f these plants In operation, Compared with nine at the close of 1911. Ohio I scs More Gaa. The Consumption of natural gas In Ohio in 19 12 greatly exeeedi d in quantity and value that of any pre ceding year, amounting to 12fi.S.ri4, B r ft , 0 0 0 cubic feet, valued at f27.19fi, 102, an average of 11,44 OOMS per thousand cubic feet, compared with 112.12 3.029,000 cubic feet, valued at $22,792,270, an average of 20. SS cents per thousand cubic feet in 1911. More than half of the gas 1 unsullied In this slate is used for domestic pur poses, ih. estimated quantity In 1912 being 7.1 RO.744,000 cubic feet, valued at $i9.420,os6, compared vith R7,- 791.210.000 cubic feet, valued at $15, SS7.421 In 1911. Although Ohio depends upon the gas fields of West Virginia for the larger part of its gas supply, some os billion cubic feet having been trans portad from that state In 1912, the year was one of great activity In the SOME DON'TS gas industry la Ohio, and ins uomysv ion of many sganllsnl aeli of great wivins and gsggsurs served to m pi . u . the prwduaUog M 1 II ,111.0011 ruble feel In IUII to o. Liu, Oi,000 BUblS fel in 1912. At the close of 1912 there lor :. 1911 productive gas grslla in Ohio. 037 producing wills nsving bssg onm pli feed during the year, QaJlf .1 ii.. - Hsnwar egg The year 1912 wis the greatest .1, the bistort of tbe natural a Industi in California, the quantltf of gas pro die i d being estimated al nearly one he l 1 e than thai pVeduci 1 in If 11, This Increase mg not Sreugtil about liy the dlacovsry of any low f Ids, bin by an InOMased produotion from the districts ab 1 ady reported, particularly Ihr Midway fb Id. which Dams ItltS promlnenoe as a gaa produoor In 1010 11. The total produotion of natural gas in Oallfomloln 1912. as estimated by B, w. Parte er, of the Unltad states QSOloglOsi survey, was $,034,410,000 cubic feet, valued at 11,747,379, oom pared Willi (,110,110,000 cubic (set, valued ai tsoo.714. In 1911. Tin- larger portion of the natural gas produced in California is nonaunv ed iii the inddstrieSi the satimstad quantity in 1912 bring s, 379 032.000 cubic feet. Only 974.796,000 cubic feet was eoiiMimed for domes; ic pur poses, but these figures are almost double those for 1911. the number of domestic onsiimers bavins Increased , from 10,59k Iii 1911 to 141,171 In 1912.. A considerable quantity of the gas I produced from the oil wells of Califor nia goes to waste annually, there be ing 110 means of disposing of ii. Much of this gas is rich In gasoline, and 1 during 1912 several plants for the eg traotlon of this gasoline irars erected 1 and suoosssfully operated. There were 71 producing gas wells' in California al the close of 1912. six wi lls having gaan Complete I during Ihe year. lb fining figures for IIIO0. The government has finally finished Us report on the refining business In this country nnd the figures, present ed bars in full afford an Interesting study. WASHINGTON, Nov. lit Klnnl etatlstici of petroleum refining in the l ulled Slates in 1909 are preesnted In detail In a bulletin soon to be issued by Director Harris, of the llureau of: ihe Census, Department of Commerce, It was prepared under the supervision of V. M. Slcnart. chief statistician for, manufno! ores. This Industry includes only such cs-' tahlisliments as nre engaged primarily In the refilling of crude petroleum by! distillation. Batabllshmehta which purchase refined or partly r-fined pe petroleum araa Utilised commercially In wilh vegetnble. animal or mineral oils, or other substances. In order to produce a special composition nre, therefore, excluded. Although crude petrileum was Utilised commercially In I the United Stales prior to 1879. the' statistics for the petroleum refining industry given In the census reports prior to that time are not comparable Willi those for the later censuses. In IS.'i9, 7S establishments w. re reported with products valued nt $fi.397,fi80, nnd In 1 K 69, 170 establishments re ported products valued at 184.041,1(7. Th" petroleum refining industry ad vanced steadily during the 30 years 1(79-1000, the amount of petroleum refined In 1 909 being alnmsl seven times ns gnat, and the cost of ma terials ami value of products each be ing ever five times as great as In 1 879. The Increase In the number of wage earners was comparatively Blight, 4 1.1 per oent during the 30-year period. At the oenSUI of 1 909 one of the largest companies in the- I'nlted Stales mgdS separate reports for their box, coop erage, and tin simps, which nt prior Censuses had been included with the report.-! fur Ihe refineries. This has considerably affected the number of Sage earners shown for the industry in 1909 ns compared with those for prior censuses. liming the decade 1899-1 909 the i average .number ef wage earners In- creased from 12.199 to 13,921. or 14.2 per cent, while the value of products Increased from 0123.929.384 to $23fi. 997.059. or 91.2 per cent; nnd the! value added by ma nu fact lire from $21,070,043 to $37,724,257, or 79 per cent. At each census the cost of ma terials constituted a very large pari of the expenses reported for the Industry. In 1909 this cost amounted to 84.1 per cent of the total value of products ns Compared with 79.fi per cent in 1 904 83 per cent In 1899. 79.9 per cent in 1889 and 80.1 per cent In 1879. The capital Invested in 1909 amount; ed to $181,916,205. New fancy Ranked First, As measured by average number of wage earners, value of products, and value added by manufacture, New .lersey ranked first In the petroleum refining industry at the census of 1909 Pennsylvania and New York second and third, respectively, in average number of wage earners ami value of products Miiiie Indiana ranked iiuid in tslne added b$ iiignufactuie, Titer was Considerable change 11, ihe lelu live ra il, in table of prod Ii of tin stales at ihe set 11 al 1,11 isee, Teas advancing from ninth place in fourth and 1 'alum ma from 1 IgUth 1 fifth dlirlng Hie decile (00 1000, Willie ib Ihe s .1 iti. per:, .i llldl I ..a fell from fourth place to sixth ..mi Ohio tfpm unii in seventh. The average number nf porroni an gaged in up petroleum n flitl 1 1 Indus Id during 1909 was 141,040, nf whom 1 3.929. or 83.7 per cent, aore wage earner, although sage earners at both censuses represented im-rc than I 8i per pout, of ihe total itumuei of pci. m,.- engaged in tbe Industry, their number decreased 141 pet m frojti 1(04 to 1(01 while salaried employee shows an Inoroass of 16,1 I" r cent for the five years. I'raiinalU all (00.7 pgr cent ) of lbe wage . a iploj ed iii the industry la KOI were In as tablishmenta whore the prevailing numbaj of hours of labor won i or ttlOre per Week. The grnal and increasing estenl to which ihe industry is dominated by establishments under corporate owner ship is show n Corporation! controlled 89.1 p, r cent, of the satabll hments In 1 the induatry, and reported ((,1 par oenl of the total value of prnduota in, 1 909, as Compared With 14.7 pel cent and 90.9 percent, respectively m 1:1(14 of the total number of WOgf earners In the Industry. 99. or seven tenths of. 1 par cent, were employed in , tgtillsh Btanta under Individual ownershsPI 152, or 1.1 pay cent, by establishments under firm ownership; and 1 8,67$, m 9.1 2 per cent, by Establishment! under corporate ownership. Ostablilhment! under ownership other than corporate were reported from ogly three StalOf Oallfornia, Pennsylvania ami Oklaho ma Pennsylvania being the only state In which such MtaMtshmenta Mere of Importance. Mere than 99 per eentnf the value of products of the Industry both In- ! I9u9 ami 1904 was reported by estab lishments with product! to the value of at least $100,000, nnd to ally 00. per cent nt each census was reported 1 by establishment! have produota to; the value of $1,000,000 or pvei The gain of this luter class of establish ments in value of products v aa more than (5 per cent. Batabliihmenta I with products of less than f 1 00 In value constituted nearly 10 per cent nf the total number at bulb censuses, i The total egpenae In the establish ments of the Industry In 1001 wars $222,477,686, distributed ns follows: Cost of materials $199,273,402 or 89.6 per cent: wages $9 830.078, or 4.4 per cent, salaries, $3,928,867, or 1.8 per cent; and miscellaneous expenses, made up of advertising, ordinal) re pairs of buildings and machinery, in surance, traveling expenses ami other sundry egpensss, 10,441,1(9, or 4.2 per cent. products. Of the seven fields fr.uii which crude petroleum was secured during 1 909. the largest producer was the Mid-Continent field 1 Kansas nnd Okla In. 111a 1, from which 42.89 5.05 1 barrels or 3.',. 5 pgr cent of the total output of the country, wire obtained In 1000 The Illinois field was next in import ance, furnishing 21.7 per Cent of the! total, while Ihe Appalachian fo ld fur nished 20.4 per cut and the ('alitor-' Ilia field 11.2 per cent Tin' tuial quantity of crude petrol- eum produced in 1909, according to1 (lie slatistlcs of ill nSUS, was 17J,-' 559.394 barrels, its value at the v.. 11 being $117,(06,619, In that year 120.-1 775,439 barrels of crude petroleum were used as material in the refineries Ibis quantity being equal to 70.4 per! cent of the total production. The cost per barrel of crude p. lrol- eum from the different fields varies, considerably, ranging from 75 cents In , California and 9S cents In the Mid-I Continent fields to $1.38 in Illinois' and $1.94 in Pennsylvania. This varl-j Stlon Is due largely to dlff rences In ihe chemical composition of the oil and lis physical free, loin from foreign substances. The average cost per bar- ' rel fo rthe entire country was $1.26. The total cost of all mater1 als used in y- Industry increased 93.7 peroent. during tlie decade ending with 1909. 1 The cost of crude petroleum done In-, creased 10.4 par cent while the quan tity usi d showed a gain of 132 2 per cent, thus Indicating that there v as a considerable decrease in the average cost per barrel. This is, no doubt, 00- ! oasloned by the fact that the Inferior western oils Comprised a much larger proportion of the total amount used In 1909. The combined value of illuminating oils, nap'ha and gasoline, lubricating oils, and fuel oil whs $209,666,088, or ,8.5 per cent nf the total value of I product! of the industry, illuminating ',.1 sag by far the most Important product in 1909 as measured by value but was second In respect tn quantity fuel nils, of which 34.034,577 I.Hircls were reported, railed first In quan tity and fottrth In value. Naptha and r cm vi U ! ft T77 1. 'lliliEO .-'. s r: v E n T R E n in . i' V V .dr.V 0.-, -"-1 .a "-"iiEr' 4 " . 1 , ,, Vl. I , T --22-2 ; ... a Tlie Ride of Rides , Ma"j '!."". ,Imw' ,,ec" matlcf"' Why This Low Price? liic Master M i. laints to Hrong tliej J have created bip 8i" in Htej rttolor wmi.l. Mtet i nidle In Che Muter "Sis" von will inl the leiioatton gram gmtex M ansa (yonder liou we can otter it al Che price, learn ili.u every claim can ! proven every jj;ji75. fad verified by she car itself. jf ckalmm Poanwiy iwmb baal We offer yon an easy way to tost thM thou(and or two chouaand i ar. Che price claims a u .1 . tu find out Che &WN for ymn- Would be ai lead $3,000, Chat'd Hire, But tlie $efi chief items of cod are distributed over a The Chalmers Standard 1 J '"' , r . r , Roid Tesl Savings lhat Cut Costs This is nut Che usual demonstratkm. In 1" e Chahriero PflQQflQQ factory, econ- thio ride we do tttore Chan (how Che comfort ny of roduction has been perteeted as m and luxury of 1 lie car. c put Che Master IW Other, "Six" through its pacc( tests that prove its Parti makers' profits have been wiped out mechanical supremacy. We do thinga many by making neatly everything in their own cars cannot do B1 all. W hat others ran do, shops. All hoilies are mounted on the same We do with an effort led ease that is astOfl chassis. Thai saves enormously in tools and ishin. machinery. The burden of proof is put upon the ear Theae are some of the reasons why, for itseli. No one lias ever attempted so crucial 8217S the Master "Six" givei you features a test. Man wouldn't ilare. found in no other ear at the price; features . n s' i Chat nearh double Che life "f the ear; Chat Winning SCOreS LVery Day hold down renewal and operating coat al- This "put it-up-to-tlic-carH plan of (elling IM"M to zt'n the Master "Six", is hound to win you as it Roadster $2175 is winning; others every day all over Che Four Passenger $2175 country. Five Passenger $2175 i hi this "positive proof of merit," the Six Passenger $2275 Chalmers Company have baaed their entire Coupe $2850 selling plan. And facts prove that huvers Limousine $3600 need only to see and feel in order Co helieve. Ful, Equippe(1 f, 0. b. Detroit. Those who ride, huv. Thet, tell their M vl friends about it ; until thousands everywhere All bodies interchangeable. Five wiro arc talking about Che car Chat lello itself. Wheels $8U extra. Whether you buy a car this year or later, we want you to feel free to take this Chalmers Stan dard Road Test now. It will not obligate you in the least. For you can't help talking to your friends about it, and that is bound to repay us. TULSA MOTOR CAR CO. EIGHTH AND MAIN PHONE 543 FARM LOANS I on farm land George C. Butte Robt. J. Boone S. H. Lattimore Lone lerm Uoaua lo BUTTE, BOONE AND LATTIMORE -ZZTZZr LAWYERS Urge or Small. . onM Bp, clal at.ti ntion Riven to parti' operating In the oil fields ' to-405 First NaUotutl ltunk 6u-cil' Barnes Builtfiag c. l'. ELEH1CK. Blda. Plums 1M4, ruin, okia. Phons 1010. iliielrnsjaa. okla. nvi hi on tit Baaki r anil Broker, i ii. aaaollns ranlcsi second In value and third in quantity. Most of the pro-iim-ts ehowed larwe peroenlayas . f In crease from l((( I" 1M( botk I" qusntlty iinrt in value. The laivaal Kln was in the eaaa of fuel oil, srhlch Increaaed IT.lK.lH barrala or 4BI.4 per sent in quantity nmi $((,(11,111, ,.f ,'isi.i' per oenl In value during the decade, The production of lubrlcatlna oils Increased 2ir, ,1 par coin in quan tity and 2:,g.h par cnt In value, in the Unltad BtStee the tuantlty of tllumlnatlng oils obtained in KM equal to S3 it com of the quantity of crude petroleum used; that of fuel oil, to :t:t.:. per cent, that of lubrlcatlna oil to l(.( per i-nt; thai of riHplilliu iitul gasoline to K.I par Boot; ami Bud of other prodUOtS to 2.K per cent. The refiner! el In California, which um1 oil MtMy from the Culifornia Bald, Ob tailiPil tllUnlinatini nil qual to ID S per crnt nt the quantity of nude oil. fin I oil. St. 7 per cent and luhrlaatlng oil. 1.4 per cent, while for the refln erlee of PanaavHratUa, ulnK pimclpal- C. He, JUSTICE mimiritr Gas Heaters and Ranges Wr will save you money and make connections free. 120 N. Main. Phone 1500 ly oil from I'rniieylvnnia an! IIRnoiS the ration were: llliinilnatinir oil, 47.1 per cent; fuel oil. 14.7 per cent andi lubricatlnc oM, 17 per rent. Bsporta of petroleum produota have with a few i'ii' pilous, increased each; year. Nearly two tiurud or me total amount of petroleum product export- oa4 t For Stomach and Vivian Liver Sufferers SHEET METAL WORKS Everything in Galvan ized Iron. Tin, Zinr and t kipper work. 108 S. Boulder Woolridge & Upton phone atea. Wessell and the Scotch Lassie Chorus in "Little Boy Blue" to Be Shown at the Grand Theatre Next Wednesday fray or Null! Plioue 1522 Stanley & McCune Funeral Olrccto.s 15 W. ThlrJ Slreel i l ISA. - OKLAHOMA Don't tnke medirino for tout stomach ail- ni'-nts DM) ruing, natx ami night, an uui$lly h mrdicinfn only riVa lmporory relief and k Imply dirnt the food that hi,pptui to ! he in th itntnitli. Don 'I UHiiiiit u inrs-irnl onprnfion Tli-r U always e rlou dan art- in ope rat Ion k. and in BtajH eNM of gtomn-h. livT n?id Intrstl mil aUmaata thr knife run ba avoided if lata i ight raMady i taktn in tint1. Dim't jo nruiiiid with faal .nicMing- hrmth . canted hy n duoidf i t-rj ttomach and liver, to ' i hi' dUi'omfort of thuie you conic in contact 1 v ilh. If jou are a stom.ich mfferor dan't think you cannot lf hetutvi, piohahlr vtre I Ihan viMii a. avf n$t n restored by May ra (t'lt'errm h't'uioch remeoy. Mint Htonis-h allmrnti arc mainly canned I bf n 'atari hcil r nditlnn. Mar VofdcrfaJ stnninch remedy uot only removes he n I tarrtial mir"ti bid alUyit t It- cl ronic in- flammalrnn Ittd aislsta tn renderlnt; thr af) i tiro aluiu itnry and Intestinal Mai antinep , ti". and this la, the secret of ttt niarvelout sureetit. Daft! Ittfffff -ontstAt p'lln and arony and ' i1-w yrr.r at.imarh ailments to pliyrhly , undermine ynur health. Ho maltr Inw e- vere youi Bfttl may b or h' Ion,? yon hsre I suffered one dose of Mayr' Wonderful , Stumach remedy ah juld t unrini-t- ou that vo-i -an be r-stored ta health sift, Miiyr'a W'rderf- ) Btotsftell Remedv his l een tatr-n nd highly recom mended h M rtiliers of Cnnirrras. Justico of the Haprene eftnrt. Kdu i eaters, lawyers, merchants, hai.kert. doctors, dni'Vi'is. tiiir.'M. maii'jfac'urera, priests, tolltara, farn.'rs and people- In all walks I of life. Sind for 1 'RUE va'nable boekt't on Storo irh Albaaifta lo Oe. H. Mm lfU-lfl l Whiting fit Chteatca, III. Quaker Drug fV.t 0tmnn ft Campbell. Adf. LOANS CITY LOANS The best proposition in Town QUICK ACTION A, M. KASSLER Insurance, Bonds, Loans Room 8 over Model Cloth ing Co., L'1L 1-1! ' SOUth Main Btreet. Phone "l.i WARRrN B. B41BB paw (BWi ... ..) oourt 604 Houth BMUIwri n I I hou; sr.i.til ' l huB im J ed In 1910 t'cnuUted of illuiniiiating atts, ,in(cl IflS l. ' per (itiiiuu for I'kan tultoit ru ut V iM ufllce.