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TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY. MAY 12, 1018 " 9 LANGUAGE OF MINERS HIGHLY ILLUMINATING of "dirt." "ore." ".tick." h "HIllllllgL" iilM ' I I T. I . l-i V, ' s.i.s; Dcl'illllh f I'li'l. i I nri is ii 1 1 1 1 x i u r m ,n i , : in" pick, (in- 11 If t other Ktllff JUMt vi.... ti nji Ijmi.i iiuirli-m i iih it firft I'lmicn from l he initio, .Wat -t.i-.u-- One Hum U I.curn J :mir-I-' " Ni-M Tongue EXPLANATION OF TERMS lntTflinK Iiiftn'inn lini An l Kmil MchiiIiikm of Vii'i!,l'oimiiunl I'setl In l)lc-liit,'-." BAXTER SI'KINCS. Kii.l . May 12. 'lril rr to the (treat Okhilioina Kinsnti hn.l anil zinc mining dis trict arc frequently confuieil hc cauae of not beitiR nMi to unilnr tlanil the lnnmmtio of the mlnlnK Hume. H is an entirely different laiiKiaft than that spoken In the oil fields, and the men who come Into this same from the oll-iirodiu inn an It Ih hl.iste.l out.- nhoveled into the rutin ,u, .1 holhieil nut to ue niilleil. Suyinw that the dirt mi.ti 10 per cent means that theru In !tf pounds of Vii p (either lend ir zinc or both) in ever lot) poiru'i of dirt. StartlniK stories are ofl-n heard of exreedniRly hlnh per cent dirt, hut iho fact In that -0 per rent dirt Is very rich and very un usual. "Itefei rlllrf to dull nutiliu. the al.oe also applies; .hat U. drill cut tinsM which Mould unsay 11) per rent j would intliente that the dirt at mat particular mmt n oiil.l run I !'"" rent ore. Dill cll'tltll,''. nowew' are erv tleeep' i '-, oocunae I wmull mid the dull may h.ive run riKht Ihrounh a very rich kuM r pocket lndiratliiK iiomethlnK very rich, or may huvu Ju.1t mlHued the very Fame seam or jiorkel, Indical iiik,' the opponlto. .Many oaseH are on record of drill holes only nilnsl"K I -I..I, ,1..,,,,.,.. l.e few DC ie. II" rule, "iiir mid ahlnR the dirt. The oies 1 He oeidr, heavier than the flli.l mid i oilier rock, mhk to the Ju-s and me, (.iken out. . Sludge 18 me ii'i ) i""" of ore and Band which escapn the Jigs. Sludge U run over slit, Ik- j ...,!.. n Moh ooerBte much as tin I old gold miner used their pans. . A circular motion with plenty of titer neparateii the ore from the nan. I. What I Ilivm-iTX-'Hecovery la the per n ut i f ore obtained from the dirt. A 10 per cent recovery mean ih.it ten pound of ore i obtained from every luu poundH of dirt' milled. S: irtlms; Hlorien arc heurd also ,,r lu.h reco- hut the racts are iii.it 7 per On War Finance Hoard T?.tK "M.. ... mv i . . 11 r . i"aui snails 1 awm" riacc or iMotor Cars; American Tommies Enjoy Them ery, rent avernne 1 pin ills tllctrlcU are forced to learn how to j f,imollrl '.Montreal mine at t'enlury "talk" it or apeak n different tongue, in the drilling end of the Kiinm in the oil fields tin re are "drillers' aid "tool dreaneiK." whereas in that cud of the In. niiiiltiv muiif there nre "drillers" anil ,'helperH," the "tool dresser" being an unknowr. and unheard of speelen. The lntnrpri tation of Home of the more frequently used teriufl In the jtlnc minim; (,-nnio la liii interentlnti proportion and recently It waa un dertaken in part for thin newspaper by Joseph Lincoln, an official of the Mmmi Mineral P.elt railway which is jmt now belnjj completed wan first drilled nutfoud tne iea turned back to Its owners because iioihinc worth while wan found. ThoroiiRh drilling i the only relia ble lest. Ore, Jack anil lllende. "Ore la the product after milling The product which Ih Hold to the Muellers. Zinc ore la called 'Jack and 'blende meaning exactly the same thine. H ih the yellow muff you ace in the ore bin In 'ho field. Lead ore look', just about like com mercial lead, nil broken Into small plecea. Zinc and lead ore la mixed ull through the dirt and the process oneetitratinK is puix-ij KO...I. Numerou competent ouiihcim state that the whole I ik la iuilna hails. is Ihe hoti- I diMtflct will not average i..r 7 per cen i "The base or market price for zinc ore, whn it i omen to . -1 1 1 n k the ore, Is for ore i ontainini; tin pet cent metallic zmc; thin Is deter mined by assays of sampltti from each car b.a.l, f the m,. ,'i.nna. over 80 per rent ic.l.illii. zinc a premium in paid: if below Uu per cent, a pen. ills r assess. .1. The fume method is ii" I i etanunt! lead ore. excepllnn that the .,me is SO per tent. I.'oilllollolis ale lo,n.' also If the ore contains too mu.-li water, Iron or other inipuririe- "In view of tin- r.n-t iiiat it costa ubotil the name to t.ik,. rait, hoist and mill poor dirt, u f,,ll.,ws that the cost of minim; the dirt and mill In it. th p. r cent ol reenvery and the market ate the three issential Itema the mine man:ii.i i- has always before him nn as to know f.u- a fact w hether or not he is op. i .. i inn at a profit." &4k 'ity mm:.:ai;!-t w mtku . J5'-', ,'., I,.l,,,v . ., ., , I "as. I.'eo--. tttteie III. Mo... I on V; .'-'"V X"- '' " 'I "he roi'ea.,.l,.n ,., row, .,. . Siif: . ' ' - ' " ''" ; "" co, ol,,,, ,1,1,- ,, .eberked. -,.W 1 I '-I -'-I- ... a .,:"'" and Mv y , , "liL. " ," ' l-.l war clir.i.ved ,,11 II, ,i: the.' f r .V ' '" . .. :... . I...S.,- .liffteulrre. .. I,. ,(. k.Jpt Ihe! V.5'.;:l't'c . ;'-'.' "J I e, .fo.r,.i.'.- in, Is ., Ii,.i, . TkWf&vj1 "tiSi4 i "' '' i' -- v..,'i.-'iie.i I, .1,1,1,1 i,. i I 1 1. k,-i : O'f ijc,. i """'-, -m .-eit t i - ''''' 4,2. ' I ' "V " ' ' mother. I,. . , For . lnli. I lW -; ' 1 "I"- r...'l Hi. .-I...'..,..-,. ,te. ...j ;WitAf . '" " " - '"' 11 ' "" Then 11 .,,,i. w..ke , ' - fec ,;. j-.i- ' "'' ' "' . .t,r up .'lie II'- III,! i; I,. f,i,, ,(... !,.UI. ' A N4s . - '"' "'' !"''! i'ks and l.w ,s Invaded Im a 'V iW?tt4e-'k- ' ''" ' 1 '" : '"' r "' "f t i le. nnie.l lion, the ' S. ' ' ,m Pi........;-...te. h et I Av ' V""" '' "'1"" '' '' Al f.. st r !.. of the p .vale; IK h.u I . ,11 l.IMK !; h i ' t'o n.seh in ch.ut as l!i,". lnln thin eitv to thiM Iriterm-etiitlnn : of milling or Mr. Lincoln explains the meaning I mechanical and consiMa of crimh MONEY BACK without question if Hunt's Salyo fails in the treatment of Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm, Itcb. etc. Don t become discouraged because other treatments failed. Hunt's Salve has relieved hundreds of such cases. You can't lose on our Money Back Guarantee. Try it at our risk TODAY. Price 76c, at drug stores. A. B. Richards Co., Sherman, Texas OK LA III '.MA CITY. Ma, II. -i '. !!. ll vde of AH a. C.I . sen'.m: l!,e farmers of the state , 0,1,1, ,1 of d,.. fenne. la inthi-r pi'Ssiu.iMir in bis report of wheat eonditions. He aaya that while the rams h.u e ..been general In the western portion of the Mate, and that wlic: is in hel ler, condition, he does not look for any sreater prod, 1, lion In the ntate thlH year than last on ai count of the hirfie acteawe that was w inlet killed. carry their patient Into .o thru liiene name Invalldn 1 i,.vJlm; their frlendH to hath 1 .,1, .1 11 h theni, and before all M.rts of people were pat- Ihe cons evtinces of hulh n , who j,,. n r lasn all to es Ii. oil. le the usual fare ;e,' for 11 If; It 1 nervlce, and l,.,v been found lo be moat c. .nve in. in f,.r iheateis and evenlnn no eiin.: , ,10 ivate0,- irs helna thin d ttie pis, 101 mieh initpiwei, and tavW M, arce, the men are' raklnii 1 11 m 1 , 1 M toi 1 11 lies A you walk aloiiK in the park on Sun. I. iv itioiniuK esu set, a var ied lonipnuN of I. nth chair devotee line ladles, wounded soldiem. tlreil i ante, 01 Woihi'lt llvillK I he nine I veil the luviir.v ,.f a hre,alh of f I esh Hlr . 1 f 1 r ..-iiii nil nlkbt at one of the i.ik sitt'.ons, and not 10 be forgotten, A 00' , o a 11 Tommies d.-iermmed li ,h London iliorourhly and takln I heir dose of ha I it cha il To Adjual ArrhboM T. k,fil to Th World DLKAHOM A CITY. May 11 In conference today with Attomey-Gen. ral Kreellnn rpreantln( the tai and O. (1. (Jreer o( l)lla and C. U. Stuart of thl city rtprentlng th Intereata of the lata John D. Arch, hold. In wnn h Oklahoma I claiming $.'.11,000 Inheritance ta. It wn th opinion of Mr. Fraellnf that at) early natlafactory djumnt would be made, f ollowlnf tha eonfrnco Mr. Ureer left for New Tor, whera he will prenent the matter to the ad. mlnlatratoif of tha eatat of Mr. Archhold. fkiitria ApproTed. OLKAK11MA flTV. Mar 11. tiler novel expetlen.es t: IB t jih RT1 AT, f:- JP5 V Kye Strain makes Kye Work an Injury. Corrected, makes Eye Work easy. Our aervicea make correct k lasses a certainly. DR. I. ANGSTRFICH Ol'TO.MKTKIST with Harry Hellhrnn 201 S. Main SI. riione 127 Iluy Anoibcr Ilond Ik 1 .0 i ie- iK " f .'i-f J i'W . , .McLeiin (nlmve) and Lunelle ,' .'lcjlfi, jr. " .'t"wd of ihe lour ineniheia of the half billion dollar government war finance coiniiiirnioii recently named by I'lennlent Wil.-on. COTTON ACREAGE IS SLIGHTLY INCREASED rnrnirrs) Dinihifiil of prlfcs on I'ro. duel and May A-k l.overnmi nl to -m'I Manilnrd Kali'. 1 n 1 tm mj hi mi 11 - iMy The Favorite Beverage I o i . Jk J . P OR TWO YEARS tins deliKtful g everyday soft drink has held the tip-top of H Vy'l popular favor. Refreshing, invigorating nd BV v j tl satisfying to tha most critical taste. For motor 4 U trips, the outing, for unexpected Quests for all IfigfcpMj j M times, MULO is the unequaled beverage. 1 H cAsk ftr MtTLO wherevor soft drlnts MSOfwl A ara told. In Oraen Bottle only. Your WtXnV"! I Grocer can supply your homo want. . HV &$)ft Tl Mad. Only by R-erwJ m MUEHLEBACH ?M KANSAS CITY B$feiM1 tSim&VMmfomm'k t:ii n n r figfcEii i iSfiaBHB 314 West First Street wvjgjjsj r:. S)ieeiI to Tti Wund. AliA. Ok la.. May 11. The cotton aereairo in rontotoe rnuniv Is allKht ly more than Unit of lant year, ac corillni; to Information l.r,u,i;ht to Ada froiii ad part of the county. The arre,ii.c. It I" reported, will he about lik" that of mil',. The don I last year was iinusiiaily prod .ic 1 1 ve, i and the priep was hiKli enouh to make th i rop about twice as vain i able ax il laid ever I con before. While tin fnrmi'i'H this seas,,n v. ill not depen 1 nliilv upon cotton, they will plant rimuch to make a fair crop, aiven anythti.R like a fair Nun. Farmers here do not fear the sel ling of a price for ration by the rov ernment. Koriie of the planter he lleve tha' ti.niKs would be better If the (fovernnient would act Ihe- price. They explain that .'10c cotton in Just about erjii."l to J2 wheat and auy they did not average bv aeveral cciiIh 30 cent bii fall, ('ottoii before the war broughl on an itirrnKe of around 10 renin n pound. A .ale of cotton at 1:' renin even before the war boupht more corn, more wheat, more clothes ;i n 1 oilier nrt.rles Ihan :;i'- cetlt If.ti"'. Wl!i I.IIV lio.v. Tbe-e trtiiK will be threshed ort if the povernmpnt trees juto the toat'e. If the Koernmint fts the pit.-e it will be raised proLahly and will eertain ly not le put be ow :ti enis, lv tli. way thcae jilanteis i(-asoi the mai ler. Corn acreage wlil be reduced from that of laal year. Farmer here a: a learnlnK. ho J. ;. Hill, county farm deinonalr-itoi says, that corn will pay only on Rood bottom land as a ruin. They will plant oonaiilerahly more peanuts, sorhuru and thot,v eropa that are ccit.iln to produce well. "There slo,it 20 per cent In crease In till: pea n ti I ai reae." ays Mr. ilill. "A the number of Iiokh1 lncreasea the den, and for pranulH oe- conieaKiea.il. reai uis and hors t.i together in tliis pait of I'klaliuml Alfalfa has . a en planted mme tli.ini ever before, loo I I "lloll .'.Is ,.f a.;.s of Rood li.dio,,! land now mow a. j fa'fa and . induce f I f.o the cuttle ' and Ions The Iii.tc.-w of v'TKhiim : IllS.l sllovv 11,.,'. Il.e I ,l.,;e., .,( this county are a.ivc to the nei-enaity of prodtieiiifc meat for t... army atid f"r the people at hoiiic." Mud has I. een rii.uci and pal into ctillivaii, IT in ii.anv p.lrts of the county. Till?- Is especially true In the northeit, part vvhete the 1 1 n I -i-' s thi'k an'1 aionw -tirains vvh.-re tne and i.s a, la pled lo , i.in ,1, I a!!i f i Hundreds of aer. a h.-i , e thus been i added lo the tllllible land in tlu county. The spiint: h'i been hie.. I f..r sr;.,, bed preparation. .ovet l.el.ur I a.s there been such an ide.,1 h" i s . 1 1 for, pbintinic. 'Ihe winter was diy a :ifl i more winter p'ouloir was don,. Ih-,,i ever before 'Pirn u the apnus be. ( fore needing tune the lain call,.- a'ld eave an Ideal plantiiiK loiki,.,, lie. cent ruin., nave in, reuse I i,e mois tuie and left th land In ex. client shaoe for ...tlotl to et started off More crardens are in in It I va 1 ton than In the past. Where Iwo vearsj firn h f e t' in M would plant three mws of potatoes r I, :n season lie haa put. itl :, or .'10. nveel pot itoes v Ml he' put out by thr acre where In ihe pas; fliev have ..eeu put on bv the row. j lllher waiuen !,ih are Ir: piopor-j tinn. , The I, it, or i slir.rt.'' hu' speedint; ' on is t he ! . r-o of t ne res r h t he i t-op,i pi, i pied t hoi likely to be -io jftea1 lahor ; until ha r , ' time. p, eveiy lu,v and e p., the v fariiiers h) 'o re' l-v w h, mie to . , ;l i.,r . ,p. hi i, or Wlilllc to loi o l oirii'-.. .Sj.fl, ,kl ry 'i I,, V ',. rt i il.K'AII. 'MA I'lTY, .'vi ' i . Kriirht of vrv -.v i, v. i o , nieni'-er of U,'- ,-'.-o s',na,''1 ;( rewst-a' cr man. i.ul.iv liif-d as a ilidate ,,o,- no- eiu.Ki-. s.on.i 1 non MolY e l.tth distii' I. now j . . enlerl ,,.e Thompson. Kniirht is Hl pisnt ic. tlv ih-t i'hiii;i Til vis liv.i.,; voiunte tome nio.i'l,.. ao . .1 II ill JTOk I -V il a . i I Iloud ls,i-a war approved by tha atiorney-naneral'a office today for I,'. L'.oiio for road In Francl town ship In Pontotoc county and for 9 1 A. 000 for tha Luthar consolidated a. hool district In Oklahoma couol-. hum with; The latter it. for tha araotlon of a 1 chonl hulldln. : s . I ir e Is not ! Mr P HowGao You Explain Com? A corn is absolutely needless, arid millions of people know it. Fully half the people one meets nowadays never suffer corn aches. it How can you explain a trouble so easily avoided? A corn means this: You are treating it by paring, just to get brief relief. Or you coddle it b padding. Or you use some old-time, inefficient method of removal. The proper way to deal with corns is this: Apply a Blue-jay plaster, then forget, the corn. It will never pain again. - In two days, usually, the whole corn disappears. If it doesn't, just apply another plaster. M. No corn pains twice with people who use Blue-jay. And no corn stays. The method is gentle, scientific, sure. It is easy and quick. That is how millions keep free from corns. Let it keep you free. , See how it acts tonight. - '. -- v . .i-.Aj. : --: 'v- ., ' ' r, etir-- 44, ' V -i v- 2LQB lue-iav 9 J For Corns Stops Pain Instantly Ends Corns Completely Large Package 25c at Druggists 1 Small Package Discontinued 17 How Blue -jay Acts It a th'n, ofi prt whkh 4 m Irki without waiting. It wrap ha pain by rUvlnf tha prf ttir, H ii (ha flAB wa, whtrh (t"Mfy tiri'lrniin! tha corn. ntnliy it takr only 41 hours to Ti'1 li ' itrti complt'aly. 1' li ru'ber udticilvi whl-h amunrt tha tft and rttakaa tba puatar muff ana oomturubi. Blua-Jay la ay1U4 im lttf. Aftar that ona doaan't (aal tha corn, Tha action ta ntJa,aad ap pllai tn tha earn alana. 8a tha corn dliappaara without oraaaaa. BAUER & BLACK, Makers of Surgical Dressings etc., Chicago and New York ( i ni If, on lit : ill lilnliiititlli I I III llilllllttlllllllllllSlllllllilll.Ollilllllliilllblllll: o : lit J " A -Of '-.'if; I -:ff ' V Vi. My 'a; I?