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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915.
ei a in to The 01! Fields omik k. norma Vc It ;il WorU UHa- I'lioce 3787 OIL MARKET QUOTATIONS i rt r million . . . hi hv l ii. ia . l.i.-k .. IV (II. II- .'' II " ii f li I imn II I li I .IIIIU . . IIKTli'll il I li n a M .CD 1" ll. I m rj MHIHllT iirtn'Mi'l Ill H ll.'.i. .I', .1 l.'t.. :i II I l l: Mi. :. .,.. I I r . . cimI.I . null .:t...,.l I. Ml. I. VIM . .HI . .W'J . .70 . . "I . HI) 'i . 1 .'III V'l rsiiivfi oitin r:.i Mil. I, IS MIDWINO TON-- MDI .lt IU I : l l ITY ANOTHER THOUGHT! Since 1 1 1 - liininnini! nf lit HKitit- (,,,,' III III'' nil business Till! World l.l.s t :i Iv 1 1 III'' position lll'il I"1 ti"".l vvnlllil ill I-. mill HUM, ll'Ull ll Tin- l -suits Ui In this llni'' luiiy i i fil'n in I ti.it position. Aii ii-iiri- goes furllici Hi'" lh.it; ll li:,s ihiAi'L in ! "nl H"' ,,llv iiinl irn'li n.-s, Imt the absolute li.it in ami iiijnr 1 1 -uli nm f I ho liuilal" ii. It illil mil i 1 1 it .my -; i t i 1 1 I - sight in ivisd t" Iiiiisit nil llml lias happened. Common, ordinary nas.mlin mil. I li.nl I, "'el' rnliilii-iiiiii Ilia" lust what In'." hap- .'in il ' ll iil, m. il.-.Hiri- I" l' jusuh MK-t ho. Is hi m Is. nil.' after a 11 othol'. Dial hale ll.nl II Mo.llcl,e 111 Hi.. condition 111 uhlch 111" "ll I'UmI-M-ss finds itself :it 111" (l"l '( acv I ra I mi. "I lis' wranuling. .bickering, IiulituiK ami .s.Ual.l.li"i. Tlu' In. ill. Il ls Dial i n am t "f rotalhitoi V ren- tilatti-n or t l"tl'ii of the opera tions nf tin' purchasing Mini lliuifi portiug blanches i.r the "11 business Hi" going t" 1 I I-1 1 1 m t the price nf criiili- nil nt lh" t"i nf tin ('"""'"I '"' remow a single "in- "f t ho obstacles all I hardships .III.- Independent plo iliicor has I" contend with. If Wo thought (llft'l-lentll there would I." in length nf triiiilili'-iiials-Ihk In which we would not I'" willing In nil. Hi. I "imply taisiiig u I' W duos mi nn ml, ha never (lout iitiy K""t liinl never will do any good. Oil lcn Will "Conic T"". S, inner i.r later tin- nil linn arc-' Inn In "coin, In". Most of tlirm all "-inly Know that tin-re Is nothing to hi- gained hy til" methods that have linen pursued tho past few months. I'l-w nf thi'ln, '"l-lii-pH, have iictnally liccn In sympathy with' It. .Most of tin-in now know that thcv liavt- ht-i-ii injured hy ttiu things that have been (loni ost -li Hi ll v for ttit-li- benefit. Tin- fact 1m already apparent tha-t the cnminoii currier provision not mil;, IS not belief iclul to tin- lll.lcpohd ( nl' prmlnccr, I. ut ll Is going to lit il .-t iliuciit to III" business m-no r ailv. Just watch the results mul se lf this (Iocs lint prove to Ik- III! iiccll lato prophecy. An, I so It Is ahont J'l acl Ion I ly every phase of the con servation ami regulation proposals l.v lt.-itiHl.it Iv enact inoiit.' It Is Inn that the I II--, concerns which Icgisla-i'.m- propaganda seeks to hamper ami frustrate are hampered ami frus llllled, hut this 111 Itself does Hot liell- fit the Independent producer IP. out Into the noil hw esl, w lifn the ei nini-iil s ei iiM'i'atlon policy lis iipplleil to forest useres, power i-lti-n. coil and mineral development, and ol-seivt- II 1st h.i tided the (1am tiKi' and liundloap upon the .leNeloli iiuiil of the country. ( ic eminent coiisi t vat loll" ill Us rr.io'lea! workliiKH has proe,l ii fail ure and u disaster In the weft. Add thf Influence nf the state In the u.iv-t-riirnent's puwcis to restrict, hamper and Iruriss the Iuk interests In the oil iiiisliiests and ttie resuIlM fall lnil -le.'l llpnll tn IllllOi'etlt Independent w hose welfare and Intercut arc the mill possUdit just If U'iil nm for triiif to hamper the hli,- concerns ' onser mlon" ami lli'e WC-I. Without traiisi.ortatimi fatilities tin- Wide reaches ,'f tile West. Willi lis f.-rtile lallcvsaiid exteiisu e plal ic would Imp l em ii I lie, I desolate wastes i,N ii li . f. tt 1 1 1 1 1 1 v and iinlnli.ihll.il. le as the Sahiia deselt Without pipe hues and I ratispoi l.i ti. li I'acllllles the Cl'lld" oil "I ( Ik l.l -lemia would not he worth as much as i;.,,.d dl lukliiK watt-i In iikl.ih'tnii .'itv duiliiK Hie I'ohiii dais when it h i. I l.i ! shipped li. from Kuisas I l:i i-ry Sinclair hit it off just ii limit iislil when he said I lore was not an .. crpi oductlon nf ml 111 the world Imt a cuiHct "'ii In ( ' k 1 . ( h .1 1 1 i , and n n h tills situation stailnic us m the l.i, e tin- 'it. .plan dicaiior or 111" an al, hi.-tlc agitator who hoists a red I I n- a ml aslis cm I hoily to t t all hchli.l while hn spouts alioiit what he . . . I ill to do to the pipe line in let .'Ms Is a hill, Iran, -e Inst, .id of a hell, Ml he wants to do is to make t hi fur f!v, am! ov Iha' -ame token ti: ll IS all ll" .Iocs , i . ! 1 : 1 1 1'. !l ou Hi, proM't', Is aie ! hat thei e !'Mi "e a not hel I',,' i ' i the pi ice of oil That Is til.. Ilirich v. l'.ct- iiin-,1 ,ili. hi i.'M are Ji.i n il i nn' o.i If ll , "lll" 1 1 I i : ll.l e to Co ill". ( mi heliei Is t h it I h. : . c.i il I e no ' l-l i on. Ilth n in t!,.. oil in it U. t ll'. til t lie , .1, est.-.l . ..'..I 'lioll J ,i:ir- ; "1 H i; I icllilt, s has 1 1 , !;, . d I ' II tikis a it III 1 lie p- , e to .1' c. : l:-h tn . i mi. 1 1,,, m. . i. r :i s t' I e .' 'I mil w ill a -id t h ncl ll." 'li Ik I-. v." I.. v.. ok .an. I lh.- .-. " ' . ' HI I . ,"l I l! ', Is :,,. all t .! " ..'t tile I . ll. l ' ' .1 hi i e tli" t....; , i In- i.,:s t: . 1 "I . ' e -t I 1 h 'i-.li I 1 1 1 1 ! I . o. s '.. t h" I :. l l' l.l. - u.. 1,1 .,: !' C'l t i .'. - I 'll .'-"me K I .ton t- a m -i-: .i m 1 c ,. , ,: .i--. p u in ii.i' r n lit I. . " I ' T a 1 1 1 1 ,li i; " o i hi, tint el en i .- ' 1" I " 1 1 -t i .. 1 a a i p or I.e. ii w i: in 1 1: .v si( i.iit Mil. I Al l llll lit I'ltODt "!".' .Iiisl l.ef.ir. vest ei day afl iln.vs i -sl at Mo., . Ilarrj In- knew I'-aviiiX the city riioon for a few I'.'velslor .Sprini-'S, Sinclair slated noihiiii; ali.mt that an;. i' h.-iirinu and lu ll on 111" 4 Mm n.'i i'.iK" ho no h lllnll'llll lit to I'oopl'll 111 l.ef.iro Secretary l.ano (lllltl I 'ollltlllS.-lloller Sol Ino.lil 1, a t ion of lh roslilctloii Mr. Sinclair stated that had I n culled over thi p hy some local oil men after III,'.' had read a sl.uv In one of tli' Kill th-si ill,- pa,ers statimr that th, matter would ho-taken up ilk-. I'll In the . I -1 : it i n . it t , whi was the first Infoi inatloli that IiikI reached him. Hoth Harry Sinclair and 1". .1. White left th" city on the saiiie train yesterday afternoon. the former for lh" Missouri water inn resi.rt and the latter for New ' i Irleans to v.tiit his w l.V Mr. Sinclair expects to return to the city early the i-omiiiK week and Mr. W hite will he away for ten dais or Iwo.wceks. Thiro Is a' well-aulhentlcatcil rumor thai these Kontlcmen a nl, out to close a deal eastern rel'lii'iles for the pur chase of four and u half million harr.-ls of oil in. lu.liuit tin tanks on their ('usliini; lank farm, and if this deal has advanced t. point where they can not chile ll off they will not haie the iminediaie and direct lnl--r-( st in ri 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 K the iicreaK" '--.'ilrhiion that, they l.tye if tlu-v sllll were con I i-ln pla 1 1 i.k huihl lilt; the pipe line. It Is rumored that the eastern refineries that are runt raet inn for- the White - Sinclair oil HtotiiKe will avail themselves the com mon -earner nrovlslons triinsportinir It, and Uiore l.i oon with t he de- ill of ill si'lel alii" speciilati what (fleet this the oil .situation, amount of oil to the present pipe are llahle haustod 111 hi as to lust ill have on . With this h(l deliver'. 4 line facilities to he completely ex t r;i nsport inir It to Ilia possihle exclusion or el or rust oincr. The total of nil lines nito the field Is nhoul tia.iliHI dally. The capacity of tin line. i lilt h I-. hkeli to he Un til In- used hy tin piirchasers White ,V Sinclair oil. Is la, noil harrels. The (iiinkc -i possihle time t h contract could he filled In -three months steady run ry oth capaeily I'llSillll hiirrela I'rairie lu ll f hunt ouid t . II ll-lll If,.... I 'l.alul.... I I .!( -.tlllll 1 IMIII1 II tt III ii'tii- iiti."' ll All Wells Which It Illinois to luill In hi laid of 'this (s-U. Spi-'iill t- lli.t W'.rid VAI.K, .Ian. II The Mo-Mull nil (-oinpH ny, on the Vida May i u uofes, l.i diilliiiK in Noh. .'I. I, ii, 7 and K, hut are not ilfi p i iiuui;h to tell what the completed production will ho. The.iu wells Kliiiiihl he conipleteil ami 'the No. r, Khiiuhl he on the Hand this week. The Mc-Miin companVH No. fi on the Mollle .luios is still drilling In and Is makiiu? hitter than -, 3 U M pel da v. Tim lieni ( Ml coiiipaiiy's No. I on the Hawkins farm has keen drilling In for si, me time hut Is now hindered with a had holt!. This mooiii.i to be an unlucky well an the drillers hale hud dlffi, ultloM ever sti the start. John Marliham. No. IK and JO. sllll drllliiiK In, thoimh the hltf his not lii-en touched. Nuiiiher are pav 20 Mhould enter the, hit; pay sand tornor I row. I. The troiihles ut the l.orrette No. 1 : are IiokIiiiiU'K I" dts i ppear. 1-or more than a month this has keen u fishlnx Joh with the tools In the Hartlesiille, imt must of the ohst ntctioni) liavn hoon remove, I and it will noon ho known what this well Is really Kod considered u wildcat, as hole hetween It and the fur. 'I'hls Is. It has a dry field. A location heen made ii for an outside well has the southeast corner of the Nichl iaiin In the HoiithoHSt of ll-l'J-6. This locittlon.ls ahout three miles from tin; -proven field and him a dry hole hetween It and production. I It Is understoud that the will will be drilled at once. The Com nil company has six new riics completed on the Atklim least' In I-1H-7. wants $t.oiu..vi it i: I-1' N i i: i . Two ases of ItripU'sts for Itrfiiuil.s on l iireiisonablr Hates Asked I'or. S.,..-iid In The World WASIll.MiTi IN. Jan. 14. The Gulf Keflnint; coiii.aiiy lias requested tho Inlerstate Comineroe Commission to direct the refund .of the slim of i $1,040 . 13 on account (,f the unreason ii hie rates applied hy tho St. I.oula & San l-'rimisco Itailroad company on 4!l tank carloads of Kawoline, for-iwarih-d from Klefer, nkla.'to I'ort ! Arthur, Texas, d uti nur January, Keh- ruary and March, 1'.' 1 4. I The Continental (Ml company lias i"(iiested the Interstate. Commerce. Commission to direct the. refund of tho sum of $I!L42 on account of-an iinreasonahlo rate applied hy the Chi cago Northwestern Uallroud com pany on one tank carload of misollne, forwarded from Casper, W'yoJ., on Mav IS, 1914, to llartsel, Colo. while h',. is vorkitu; on It, hut It's the oniv way to koI relief. - l egislation lliinipcis. We hal e hci n hopini; that we ll ere at the h, ttotn. and that there was a p.-uspect l'"r an imtuodkite cliani;e for the heller in the oil lui. lines:, hut it looks now hi; - that hope was in vain. It would la- ii real disaster if there ,iiii no more . il in this country In st, a.l of to,f much of It. And it hoi, Id he a little dksheai totiliiK If th. le was not eeli pro.'.pct in the ,oi d tnat the prh e woiihl ho hot tor a snuii as lh. con nosl i' n is re hov ed. I .. i: iski t ion iid erst- tn the pipe linos and the hi-; pto.lucils will nil ly. ha ill -per and delay the t no it i l.le ro.nl jiitn.ciil and hctti r con.llllons thai He celtailt to c.'lno (loll I'l spile of tint 'mil it ion and the .s.ii,,kkitu; and n, lie rim; and "hlu- l.iik" ah. .lit . -ituf ihlniis tli it will clip the Wilms of the "o. topi's'.'. We may as well look the sit nation .piar.ii in the eio and take a new st n t The ,iiii'M'i' we do It the sooner e w III he ha, k on a solid J-asl- Tho WIIV to ilo It is tn i. lussinif and fuuilia; and t hr.-al. 11:111; 'and stoi nil':; and donoun. mi;, and, In stead ei, eon! a',,- the hiithlniK of more pipe lines. Let 'he 1t.f he taken off and lot's o to it. ..w to.it ii the humble opinion of this newspaper cpiesse,l with' ut fe.ir or fat nl . It ah' ai ; has he. ti our iiiiUnietil, al'd We'hellele Hot oltlv the pad l'- p.ii..iit, I'i't tho future as well, will IiiMHv -in, I ,1'iifnni our J'i,li;meiit -'i el -i ho,).. .s tiled of the ,111'iliy lt d the s isl'cn c. I'he m. oiler :i Is ni.r with tlu- hot- t. r I'l. inir linn-, ami Dcliieiics. iiie 11.1 mis ami doliiort'-s of the 'i.lit :. ("I i!is Co. li'nin ,l.i ii'i.in I to .In I'M T. I. "Hi dais, int luslie, '.el. , . s foil.'WS i;. us 1 I '.1 harrels. with diilv 1.. i.io- of 1":.''" I '. In .lies. T','i:;TI hirr.is. with lull , 1 1 e ! 1 ii o of 1 I . . T k. il l tis. . T.ik. 11 of linkage; itii.J'.l bar- w.t'i .1 uiv iliraKo of ft. 1 7l b.ir- I I n Producers Supply Co. 111. IH''I1 fret 'J 1 1K-ll I'll 11' iiu' I ").h H , ,-t '' 1 'J inch line ilir ."i.OIKI feet li .' S l ilsllief. .Ulltt feet Itn li -J ii,llln piK' I.Olli) toot Id inch :!' I 1 1 1 1 1 pipe, l-'nf Sale 1 'heap ( li t I'rn ei PHONE 210 NORTH ELGIN St. Do 1 or Mklil IMione ISli STANLEY & McCUNE, Kuneral Directors 1. Wmt llilrtl Rlrcl Tut. Oklahnm Itoblnson I'ool. Ceorup O'Neal and S. I-:. Ih-lt, two prominent Independent producera of Tulsa, are In MusRoK'ee lookltiK over he new pool west of town. W. It. tloldon, the well-known spec ialist In Indian lands and lenses, ur rivod today from Itartlesiille. While there are a jiuinher of prom inent oil men It) town, some of them represent I n u some of the I, Ik Inter ests, they are simply waiting devel opments. They seem to bo enjoy ing themseli is, however. In tho moru liiK they take a trip to the well, visit several pletiiro shows In the afttr- I noon and spend tho cvenini; playliiK I "pitch". I he most accurate reports as to the production of the Uobinson well last cveitim; is that it Is malum; four hun dred barrels or more. It Is stated on ki'ihI authority that pipeline runs for the last few days show the well to be niakini; this amount of oil. Re ports come from Tulsa that the well Is falllnx off badly, hut thl.s is- not the case. The well is only six fort In the sand and Is twenty-five days old. It ouxht to he falling off at this time, but has not done so to .any extent The Wolverine are moilni; ottto their location In the southwest coi ner of iiort Invest iiiarter of north east llll a 17. Cohlason is hutliliuK a rlu on tho (enter of the west line of the south west, quarter of northwest 1S-1S-1S. Several other locations will he made, In the next lew days. Some ai-teai;,' is ehannlni; hands ev ery day. but it is understood that I". I.. ' liarncs at the Severs is handlini; two of the Idnnost ihltiirs that have, boon put over in the new field. Krflncry Is Kenilv. (I. I!. Males,, who tins charge of the const ruction w ork on the plant of the Arduioie Itefiuini; company here, rc poits that one of t h'o stills Is ready for operation nti.' the plant is now icaily for tho company to heln re fmliiK oil at any time. The second still Is in course of construction anil I much work remains to ho done to haie ;he plant lit complete readiness to run iit its full capacity, hut the ; work of 11 fluliti; oil with one still can he hciiiin now. till has been started throuKrt the six-Inch lino from Oil 1 tty. but up to last nli;ht none of the oil had reached here. Only fresh oil will bo put Ihrotinh the refinery, the stond oil In the field on the Ctosblo base will he kept ill storage and due j to the wells beini; shut 1 1 their pro . ductio'i is light at this time. When 'the oil In those wells is n-itatiril they will produce more oil than the re- finely will have capacity to care for. t Ileal, lion. I A inhor of the company which i drilled the well in s -cti.on 17-a-.'., j near the town of Oakland in Marshall 1 county.' s. us the well Is not a pro 1 ducir. and In his opinion ll will he pl.lUKOll. 1 '..line well NV 1! on the Hickman Willis farm in ti-4 .1 reached the oil I sand at S?(l feet Th" he.uy gas sand due to be found in this locality was I missed Memheis ..f the company ! hoi" tod iy stated that the well was lint finished and had not been gauged. It is. how cicr, In the territory lu rr hit; wills are found 1 I'i:kso vi s. John W. Campbell Is here from Warren. I'd. II M l.eian is in the city from ' "kin it igce . (! M Wilhinu'loti is a truest of Ho tel Tulsa, icitistcrinn from Marietta. 1 'hio I". I! Howiaml is here from Titus Wllo. 1'n. T. II. Steele is in the city from Itob lnson. Ill .1 It. Atkins. Shreteport. Ii., It here. I,. N. l.on. Jr., of Itartlesville. 1(1 here IV WHshahaugh in n the elty from Shrcveport. I. a ). W. Cam phell. Youmrstow n, () , Is in the city. 1. C. Stewart, one of th best known pipe line men of the oil coun try, formerly with the Standard, now 1 I The Christmas Savings Club 1 ra 11 11 You Still Have Time to Join Our Christmas Savings Club If you have waited If you have hesitated If for any reason you could not join on the opening day Then Now is Your Opportunity t Some are joining themselves, some are joining for themselves and family, some are joining for friends and loved ones, or a Christmas gift for next Christmas. t'.f 1 1 , Rccid These Brief Facts! Anychu?chao or club can join. It costs you nothing to joinit costs nothing to withdraw. You do not double your payments each week, as some think, but you simply add an amount equal' to the - first payment each week. ' FOR EXAMPLE n S! I If you join Club or ('lass 2, you pay 2 cents the first week, 4 cents the second week and (I cents tho third week-, etc., for -30 weeks and two weeks before Christmas we send you a check for $2-3.50, plus 4 )er cent interest, if payments are ninde promptly. If you join Class 5, you simply pay 5 cents the first week and then add 5 cents to your payments each week for 50 "weeks and receive a check 1W $G:.75, plus interest at 4 per" cent if payments are promptly made. If for any reason you can't keep up your payments you do not lose one cent, but receive a check for the amount you have paid in two weeks before. Christmas. Exchange National Bank if, 3 J M ft. EN wllh the MaKnolia, was a Tulsa viH th.r Weiliie.siluy. . J. K. Klnic, Anlmoro, Is hi-re. J. K. C.innody Is In the city from Cashing Ralph lIorhBtctUr. Huff ilo, n Wk man in the (iunslicrir & Knrt'iiian oil company. Is in the city. J.ihn I-'. Kdlilnsmi, Oypsy scout. Is hi tiiwn from his homo In I'awhuska. t'npaiil telephone bills for thp tiionth of January aro past duo. If not paid by 5 p. m. of tlu- ljth serv ice will bo discontinued. I'loncer j Telephone & Telegraph t'o. Adv. TO EXCHANGE FOR OIL PROPERTY We have a business block in ! Che city worth $100,000.00 with! 'an annual income, of $11,000.00 to exchange for an oil property of jeijiial value. j What have you to offer! Fleetwood & Jennings Phone 2G2 Room L'0." It. T. Daniels Bid?. MOWBRAY Undertaking Co. SERVICE Phones 329-86-911 Attention I. O. O. 1-'. Tulsa Kncainpment No. SM, I. tl. i ). I'.. meets In K. of I'. hull Friday niht. January 1.",, 1915. Ituslness of im portance. All t'utrlarclis invited and urged to altend. . ' ICi Y WIUI.t'Ot'KSON c rlbe. Adv. XV. J. GREGG Attoriiry-nt-IiAW P.ootus 311-13-10, First Nutionnl Hunk ItldK. Tl'I-SA. onr. YOUR WAR TAX In Tulsa will be paid by the Nichols Transfer & Storann Co. on roods to bo shipped which now require revenue stamps. Thes. clamps fo bills of ladings will be furnished free to customers by the Nichols Transfer and Storage Co. No. I North llouldcr. rimno 118. fill Mm: At a bargain. IS. 000 ft. J'.. -In. oil or as line in Al shape at'lDc per ft 1'roUucers Supply Co. Phone -M0 Adv. , A sfnap: Practically new, l'.,000 ft. 2'. -In. '-il or k.is line, to clean up. In.- per ft lircp over and see it. Producers Supply t'o. Phone 210. Adv. llOYVtOV At KKAt.K. I own M-tcral Icum-s In Town.lilp 1 1. It iiiL-cs IB and 17; uoiilil ctiii sidi'r drilliiu contract on part. I.. II. ... :tllM smut National lUtuk Itiiild liiK, Oklali.uim (it), Ok In. Adv. t'npai.l ti.. phone Idlla for the month of Junuary are past due. If not paid by i p. ill. of the lath serv ice w ill be dim ontlnued. Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph I'o. Adv. BAPTIST ORPHANAGE NEEDING MONEY SUES FOR DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY BOY A suit to reeover IfiOO damnicr sus tained hy Marvin Hny Slnionton was filed In the superior court yesterday I y the Ud s father. Kdward Slnionton. against the TUompson oil lias t'o. It is set out In the petition that the Thompn company was drilling n well In Preek county, around which children of the Slnionton family often played. Alleging; that negligently and carelessly dynamite fuses and caps were left about the well, which re sulted In Martin Kay Himotiton sus taining serious and permanent In juries to his right hand. The petition claims that the Thompson company mas negligent In leaving the explo sives In access to persons not con nected with th drilling of the well. Oklahoma Is now In the midst of the preliminary arrangement for a isnut state-wide campaign for the purpose of paying off the mortgage on tlio Pnptist orphans' Home of Ok lahoma Pity. Through this plan n strong appeal Is nr'de to persons of uli denominations to give their kindly lit .1 to the orphans of our own state at this lime. Pnless the $20,000 for the pay ment of the niortgag.' due on tuo home this month Is raised, the mort gage will be foreclosed and fifty-two children will In that event b? home less. This home has In tlu' pa leen sup ported by the Haptlst churches of Ok lahoma. It lshsolutev non-sectarian In Its service. Kecelves children of all denominations or none. In the litera ture Issued this wovk In the Interest of the campaign the following state ment Is made concerning the home's service: This home has now 52 children. It Is absolutely non-sei tarlan In Its service. It rivolves no pay for the care of any child. it Is maintained especially for the care of orphans. It properly e-iulps children for life's battles. It places children In prlmU homes so far as possible. ; 1 fllM to t'omliict Cnc. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. Attorney General tiregory has dccldel to send V. C. Flits, special assistant at the depart mcnt of Justice, to Arkansas tn conduct the government rases aris ing out of the recent troubles la ths coal fields thtrt). ABSTRACT B9 TITlt, COMPANY W. S. BAILEY, Mgr. I'.ast 4th KL Opposite New PosiofU tVe haie a pliotogrniih of every r- ord In Ttdsa Countf. LARKIN BROTHERS Dartlesville, Oklahoma. Manufacturers of Oil and das Well Packers Swabs. Stuffing Hoi Casing Heads. Casing Clamps, Ai.chor Ciamp and itubber IM'tra, Tul-a Store), V Wcsl Second StnvL Phone 3GI5 and l.'iKV Tulsa Red Ball Transfer Co. florae. MoOiijr. racking n, ghlpplnf. Jaiully Moving Ou. 8ecllty 105 North noulder ' PUONliS 179 and 61 JOPLIN DRUG COMPANY Pure Drufi'. Fine Cigars. Main and Frisco Truck TIN SHOP MH TIII .RX C ORNlCn won Kit Ker)lldpg In hhrvt Metal ' r.r. 2nd mm P.ou'ilcr. I'lion 1SK TI1IWI lIACDITill 0r'" " '' ''Mb-Un. 0 l'!len, Pf tmf PfsorU lULOi UUiJllltL l'oi MiM H V. Z,f(i.r. F-pl. OnUtU tV ritf f I'tn irlui Mj.r'Ul T-lB'-g BrkooL M mi BMa rtftk BlrtH fU It Al.t a Hni -