The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 19 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
WORLD MARKET PAGE
OILS AND MOTORS
Advance Mainly Accom-
plished at Expense
( of the Shorts
N-mV TOnK Feb. 4 Equip-
mint oil" nn1 molo" wore the
wnPluU feu"ca of. today's
htltt but actlvo stock market nen-
lon' those "hnrea registering Rains
of l'to 4 I'oints.
shipping. siiKnrs tobaccos Amerl-
ran Ice and famous players common
.ml preferred contributed to the.
rise- but spoclaltli'S which recently
jl.p'layed unusual pronilnenco were
Mlitttcd to second place with rails.
The advance was naln nccom-
oUstied nmlnly at the cxpenso of o
stubborn short Interest but tho end
of the week effected- a marked
diminution In tho contracts of that
eltment. Sales amounted to 470000
htirifj were dull and Irregular.
Ibtrti lumen reflected the trend of
federal legislation white rails eased
nrf.r realizing. Kuropean bonds
rrtnlnfd much of their better tone
however higher foreign exchange
ntri betnff a factor In that quarter.
Total 'ales of bonds (par Vnluo)
Sterling demand bills made the
new high of $432 their maximum
quotation since August 1019. All
continental bills were better by 3 to
10 points tho Oerman mark proving
the only exception.
Payments by locnl banks Inci-
dental to February requirements
caused no material alteration of
loans and discounts by clearing
house Institution. Tho actual cash
lots of about MS 000 000 effected a
decreaso In excoss reserves to $20-
736.000. Iluelncs.i reviews referred to
brighter prospects. In general lines
of merchandise at distributing ctm-
tern and the disposition of tho banks
to lend inoro freely on merchants
Jffw York Murks as Itetmrtnt by llonetim
Flble Co.. lint National flunk
Amer AH Chem.
Amer. Dtt Kuajar .
American Can . .
Amer. Car & Fiy .
Amer. II. & I. pfd
Amer. tnt Corp. .
Amtillen toeo. . . .
American Llneeed .
Amer steal Fdr. .
American Sugar .
Am. um. Tobacco
Amer. T. T . ..
Amer. Tobacco .
51 1CIH 107H 7CHU
12 314 It
7 67 SI'S
It lll'i 11IH lllta
I 1I7U 111 131
40 UH is4 !SS
Atl.. O. A W Indies. IT 37.
Baldwin Loco 501 10!
jiaiumore ft unio ...is ati
lieinienem meei ..sz
California Packing.. 1
California I'etro. ... 11
Canadian Feclflo ... 7
Central Leather .... 11
Chi.. Mil. A St. Taut 9
c. vi. at. r.. rM. it
Chl.. tt. I A Pacific 111
Chile Copper :i
Cbt&o Copper .... It
tt ti sin
17Vt 171. m
2IU 2li ll4
Cora-Cola .13 44V 44Vi 44H
Columbia Oaa .... II 1114 19 II
Corn Product 10 104 101H 101 a.
Crucible Steel 31
Cuban Amer. Sufar 11
Cuba Cane Sugar ... II
Kadtcott-Johnaon ... 11
femoua I'layera 60
Oeneral Aaphalt ... II
Ctnerai Klectrlo ... 7
Oeneral llotort .....217
Ortat Northern pfd. I
Hnuiton nil 5
- i sis
Inter. Hareeter ... 3
lit. Mer Mar. pfd.. II
later. Nickel .. .... 11
lajer. Paper t
hilnclble oil ...... II
n. tujr uoutnern. 11
Varland Oil ... .
Miami Copper .
Ulldlo Statea Oil
S3 33 H
17 115 4 11414 lll'i
. ?!Jt ''ii
ON 1Z4j 11M 13
I0U 10 30 U
lie. Pacific ... .11
. raelfic pM. . si
Meotiemerr Ward . It
Jetonal Enamellns. 10
ll'k 1IU IS'
4IH 4114 41
14H Mt4 141
41 40 ti 41
KltUn.l T 1
J York Central'
fortbern Pacific .
'b. American ....
JlllllPa Petro. ..
Oil ..... .
4 b 4
rm. A net. Corp..
-...-. men r
5Mle I. fc
Jr Duleh. V
I. 1 A San VI n
faelalr oil . . . '
Jejtbern Paeltlo ...
JJJd Oil Cal. ...
jjiai co. .'; ";;
?!!" r''lo ...
i"- rio. c o. . .
TeUeco Product! .
Oil . .'
K&3 S1' "!.) . ..
Vblted neiaii 'ft
f !' &M .'.''"Jfetl. 1 64 OS'
. s nr;iji n it ioh 11
B J. Rubber t ... . aa
H- steel .. . a::
i. . Steel ViJ i "
;' !" Union . :
SJIte Motor . .
a a . . .... D
om?.r;. t. -Catlle nicelpla
etl i.iB "J Jkwk Io f !'
!"we hand w.i.t. lflwr' sood and
''era wlh.1 calvea ateady. light
M 'W.k'rL.Vl!i '"". .tock.V
f4. che.perVl.H. 1ilhr 0I b(lt"
' VlRec;fo.J'ln?'.Anow 'I'll cbange.
Vrt'iiaoiMy i.4'i0'L ''ir ctlva
I ""I with pIm.1"''- f
Jlbl about 1 aaa ? ? SToraga ahlppera
fe for 'if'r. o learanc
i.VJ' pVcfce 1l!B'l recetnta
iiSl.'- Baal I. i ' """"Pared with
HeaaV '."" and U.A.Jw"l.
1 '"p o low.;.
loaeaY 2"?i .-UbKtV. bond.
no 1 4" b
III V1 e'loiSi4 !.'' fourth 4U.
l'n.14. "rlr '00.14 Vlotory i2
i . . i
NRV OtlLBANS. Fob. 4. A
small market prevailed In cotton to-
day und prices were depressed from
tho opening. The undertone was
soft timler proslstcnt selling with
offerings heaviest toward the end
so that tho close was nt tho lowest
of the day at net losses of 24 to 27
points with Jlurch at lG.COc and
Follotelnr la prion aaketl and cloalnr kid
of stanilaril oil itocka on lha New York
turn namrnijr an rtportod br llouaton
r una a vo. :
Atl life. coin. ......
All. Ilfr.. pfd
lluckrya 1'lpe) ........
crea. 1- u
Cumberland r. .
Kureka I'. U
Ualena fTlff. com. ....
Ualrna Klx. Mil
(lalana Hlg pfd. new
In1. ripo .
N. Y. Tranat
Nor. V. u
Prairie Oil A Oa
1'ralrl t'lpo Una
H. I'enna Oil
8. W. Ton n a. V
Nlandanl of Callforn...l
Hiandard at Indiana
Standnrd nt ICanate . .
Standard of Kentucky
ttaudard of Netiraakk
Standnnl of N. J. com
standard of N. J pfd.
Standard of Naw York
Standard of Ohio
IT. T. Lin.
.... 17S IIH
..(. till 113
J Mi to
531 . 141
la 9414 91
II tt IIT4
313 . ttl
Following la uric aakod and cloalng bid
of Independent oil utocka on tho New York
curb Haturdajr aa reported by llouaton
rioin ox 0.1
Arkaneaa Nat. Oaa ...
Mldweat Oil pfd
Mnrland Oil .........
Producara Si lteflnere
: sn r
1 2!4 I
. II 20
30 '4 ....
lUngo of .I'rire-a.
Pure Oil aa is j a
Sinclair 30 lilt 20
Texaa Co 4&U 45i 45U
Coaden 35(4 Ha 35
lloaton Wyoming ...... 73 71 71
Tloone si 50 un
Carlb. 4i 4 4
1 s.:; : 1.1: m
Salt Creek 134
Mutual .. .
P. A It
Htaldard of Indiana ..
Standard of New York
. .. U.I
Knneue City. Mecatock.
KA:tSA8 CITY Feb. 4. Cattle Tte-
celpea 250; for week! Hf eteere etrong In
tto higher moatly llOlSo higher fat
coaa 25c higher helfera 254760a lower
gradea declining bulla eteadr to atrnng;
cannera cutter and Block cowa nnd helf-
era atrong to 25o higher; calvea moetly
ateady to 60a lower: atocknra feeders and
alock calvea averagelng ateady; ton href
Hogs Itecelpta 10.000! falrlr active to
packera moatly ateady to etrong beat 110.
poundera 1895 hulk good 190 to 249
pound weights II 70471. 11 moat drovia
lacking quality.' Bulk of aalea II.1SUI.I0.
top 11.96 parking aows moatly 17.00 fat
pica up In 11.99
Hheep No receipts! for weeki flheep
and feeding lambs steady rat lambs gen-
erally tto higher top 111.10.
CIUCAOO Fob. 4. Iluller Lower;
creamery eatraa 16c. firsts SOtTllc. aeo-
onda 17C29c. standards 14c.
Eggs Higher; receipts 9.111 cues
firsts 17c. ordinary firsts 11013c miscel-
Poultry Alive unchanged.
Potatoes Dull: receipts CI cars: total
U S. shlpmenla 601. Wlarnnstn Barked
round white ll.164il.IO. Michigan ditto
ti. 10O1. IS cwt Mlnneaota ditto II.IStT
I. 10 cwt Idaho Barked ruaaete mostly
12.10 Colorado sacked brown beaut 'S
II 00 cwt
N ArsS AM
Feb. 4. Hgia Un-
ensnreas nests jic.
Poultry dsns le lonrer ICc. sprints l'l.
NIJ1V TOniC Feb. 4 Foreign niehame
cireat llrllaln pemand 4. IIU cabl
Italn pemsnd 4tlU cabl
r Mils on hanks 4.11'J.
llemand t tl(4 cables. 1.19
mend 4.11 cables 4.IIH.
111. io. aa
Oernunx Demand .11. cablea t0H
I'lMilne linnet flanks.
NEW YOIUC Feb. 4. The actual con-
dltlon of the elrarlnr houae banka and
truer rnmninlfi foe lha week shows that
they hold III ISl.lTO In esceaa of lea-al
requirements. This Is a decrease ot 11.011.-
410 from last week
V flrlrMna f'nttflll.
NEW OlU.KANR Feb. 4 Ootlon-Sr.nl
nnlet and itnhe nei.l. sales nn the loot 191
bales lo arrive 111 low middling I4.00O
raiauin ii.rio sooa mmoiini n.ni.
nal.liMn f'llv l.ltrelnrk.
OKLAHOMA CITT Feb. 4. CattleNo
mJcJnecelnts 110: bulk (llreet to pack -
eri steady with top 1118.
WICHITA Kan.. Fel. 4 "';-;"'
ertjte 400 steady lop 11.10. bulk I1.I0O
'ciittle nerelple llll stesdy bulk l.eef
...... HMiailfl h-e helfera ll.00lfl.Q9.
beef cows IMOefl.eo. Blockers snd feeders
4l.004IO.lai duiis ll.uuna.uv. i'
Fori Worth MclncK.
FOI1T WORTH. Tease reb. 4 -sllla
llecetni. toil beeves 60a.7. "'fl'rJ
11.1101. to. rows and heifers IMOtI.lo
"iU.'RecWe?02' Met. M.M ..
heavy tl.isnl.li rise 11.0UI T II.
ShienIlecslpts 1 000i limbs
11.01. welhers II.OOctl.00 ewea It.lOOt.TO
IN WHEAT MARKET
C1n.1rn:.... i-U T..nl.
blaCKCnmg Ol the KUSh tO
Rliv Ta Uin Pi'itiPi'nnl
13Uy IS inO 1 UllCapai
bHICAOO Feb 4 Blackenlnc
of tho rush to. buy had a tendency
today to easo down prices In tho
Miient mnruet. uiol.n iiucatuma
l-8u off nnd provisions uuclianscd
to a decline of Sc.
It was evident from the sturt that
demand for wheat had trfceome less
urftcnt than has been tho rule of
Into. Even apart from tho usual
Week-end disposition to reallxe
profits on holdings there were signs
vi ie.rni:u commence mar. ine so -
Vance of prices was tt. continue
In the "ab.once any stHk i.
fresl develonmoT6 rhfZf&Vt
most of tho cable dispatches ro-
thnt . -v."co
''voriigr e nnn ii was Ren-
entity anticipated that the United
States vlslblo supply total on Mon.
day would show an Increase.
For tho first t!m In a long while
the corn market nhotved Independ-
ent strength as compared with
wheat. Oats were steadied by tho
action of corn. Predictions were
current that there would bo nn nc
tuttl shortnso of coarso grain prior
to a new crop.
Provisions at first advanced In
lino with tho hog market but later
receded on account of reallilng
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. It Is ad-
mltted In tho steol trade that tho
volume of new orders booked dur-
lnsr January was a distinct disap-
pointment. Toward the close of thu
month the demand broadened some
what however and there nre nuf-
flclent evidences of new business In
sight to give tho trado confidence
that a general Improvement In the
vnluma of business Ii not so far
Tho mnrket for pig Iron Is Irregu-
lar and producers aro Inclined to
shade prices to effect sales.
Copper ha remained very quiet.
A little business was placed through
the coppor export association
understood to have been ma'de nt
slight price concessions but gener.
nlly speaking thero has been little
sign of Interest nnd foreign buyers
appear unwilling .to pay over 13H
fas. Telegraph and telephone Inter-
ests and other domestic consumers
are believed to be pretty well cov-
ered for February requirements.
Continued competition by second
hands or some of the smaller pro-
ducers for the small business offer-
ing has led to further price shading
nnd small lots nre now reported
available at around 13 E-X to l.t 3.4
delivered. The larger producers are
Tin has been easy with no Im-
provement In consuming demand. A
substantial increaio In tho world's
vlslblo supply has Increased the
weakness and It Is pointed out that
American deliveries of foreign tin
during January wero the heaviest In
Lead Is steady without much
change In tho situation except thnt
freight rates from Missouri sections
will be reduced effective February A.
Zinc steady with buyers rather
cautious owing to tho recent reduc-
tion In the freight rate on slab line.
Antimony Is caglor under In-
creased selling pressure nnd light
Xw York Cotton.
NEW Tonic Feb. 4 Cotton Spot
quiet middling 17.00c.
Pecans nnd Kngllsh walnuts are
being grafted on natlvo black walnut
were unseitle.l V " Tr? 1 i ' . ... I "m"'r. J- M- Adklson two months I northeast of 22-27-3 w tho HiacU-
cl S L .I't..1'8 V 1 "Ko when Alldandt and Iko tVIIker. I ell Oil Oas Co. Is drilling nt
In?i i.t ii aM iVi . ' no 'S l c "Ptertlve were held up i 2725 feet.
and July 1108 1-4 to 11.08 1-2 whllo rabbit huntlnr. Tho Western Htutes Oil Iind
Corn scored n Kn n of 5-8 to 1 . ! On.' has finished a 30-dny flnhltw
fl many traders were nnnarontly LV. ".'
lined to dwoll unon sun .osed in. k.' .i'l"- " ' "
of a pause l tho upward " "IZ??..?' m.."V-0Uhwr.t
of forlenn -alues. Kxnort " . . . un.
was relatively slow tindtlo-i Vm P"i. n' ?aI:
o milllnir call seemed also to .i. ; . " ..TV "''"" ".'
lost some of It. dlst.lnv nf r' " c" wn" oppeii at
t. i... i. ieoi. titirioeo njevntlon nt th s
Will be Impressed if your Invitations and announce-
ments arc embossed or engraved
There is an art in doing engraving and embossing
correctly We are equipped to .cater to the most
. discriminating requirements.
We specialize In Wedding Birthday ami Social
Announcements; Visiting and Business Cards;
Embossed Commercial Stationery.
Call our Special Engraving Department Osage COW
Palace Office Supply
316-318 South Boulder
Woninn Jnwa fiffitvt
trvmuil JUJVH UlllCCIS
WllCn SflC IS ArrCHtCd
During ft sally made Into the lted
Fork district Friday evening the
four spoclal deputy sheriffs arrested
Mrs. Ilerntco Dullard wlfo of O. J
(Hob) llallard alleged hijacker and
seized two Kallons of choo find n
small quantity of corn liquor. Ac-
cording to tho "four horsemen" Mrs
imnarti unused mem with scorn
I Innguago when they seined t
"choc." They say that sho pour
nut several half pint bottles of co
imnarti unused mem with scornful
liquor. Mrs llallard pleaded not'hnlf of the southwest of 32-20-lw
EUllty when hailed before County!
jungo v. i .i. nolt Haturday mornliiK
nnd was placed under SI. 000 bond
Bob milard Is one of the men lic-
ensed of shooting; to death Harry
Aurandt secrtory to Police Commls.
In the Oil Fields
GladlJS llcllc Comnli'tru
I tf W '
liiffUnt Gltsher" of Wcdi
' -ri.- mni... ti.li. nn .. i
i -Vl? BeI ?. 0 ' Company Ii
location is several fnol 1.1c-:
hn ''ounr.B comtry7 and the
!'.ay '.anJ wa" tH hlBher
than In nelarhborlne wells. This well
i iTr'odileer rn' Uio'ln8 tC InrSMl
i Tlir. (3la.lv. tir.nA i. .l.iii".. ...
feet nn No. 2 In this same quarter
section while rifts aro up and lo-
cations mndo for numbers 3 4 und 5.
In tho Kl Uorndo Arkansas field
the Oladys Hello Oil company
brought In a EOO-lmrrel producer
natural In tho V. Mack farm test In
The fact that Orsnt Htebblns has
the abnvo good wells has caused
genuine rejoicing among his friends
and they are legion -
Pennant Inside Pay at
Cross Plains Texas
The Pennant Oil & (Jas Co.'
completed a 400 barrel well Friday
In sand found nt 2480 feet In Its
No. 2 well two and a half miles
east of the town of Cross Plains
. . M..I1I1IK Ilk ilU
Oil Man to Head
Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
C. It. Peters has been elected
president of tho Tulsa Chamber ot
Commerce nnd the fact thnt hlx
election comes nt this time. Is very
grntlfylng because of the fnct that
ho Is the one particular mnn who
can combat a rapidly growing spirit
of antagonism to Tulsa as the cen-
ter of the oil Industry.
Itcccntly James K. Cra'wford re-
turning from Mexln said! "I hoard
It stated by bankers In Mexla that
they would prefer placing much of
their surplus money with Tulsa
batiks were It not for the fact that
the Tulsa people are knocking on
Mexla as nn oil field."
And while this Is not In any sense
oeservea it is nevertheless a fact
and has been often ttatcd as such
by returned travelers from Mexla.
The same thing occurred when Kl
Dorado Arkansas was In Its Infancy
and doubtless the good people of
Louisiana have resented criticisms
printed In good faith as to the high
price of acreage In that-state
Toa fnet Ibi Tujaa nrteratnre ar?
the largest producers In" all of these
districts and the Chamber of Com-
merce can easily Invito the local
people to make Tulsa a visit give
them n banquet and thus bring
cbout good feeling between the fi-
nanciers who do not knoiv the oil
game and tho local hankers who
have been lending money to pros-
pects In all the various states sur-
Mr. Peters says that ho will bo
only too glad to do his share nnd
thnt Is certainly a great deal ns he
Is one of the best diplomats In the
business of producing oil.
News From lilackwcll
HiiACKWEIX. Feb. 4. Marland
secured nn Important lenne this week
on the Thomas Vanelous fnrm
southwest of 6-26. le four miles
southeast of Illarkwell. Oeologints
have given th! tract a good map-
ping. Tho PlacVwell Oil & Oaa Co. has
shut down for the present nt 2250
ttfl' No. 1 On he Foster farm
'northwest of n-27.10.
MM Harris and associates who
who are drllllntr for iras nn tho Ho-
dmvsky farm southwest of 12-K6lw
have resuiiett operntlon nf tor n
shutdown on account of cold
Tho Illlhomo Oil & Ons Co. has
made a location and will drill for
Kits on MrKlnnls farm northwest
of 2-27-w two nnd one-half miles
north of Hlnckvtnll. This I a consid-
ered an Important test ns no ill III-
n K has hern done for Kits In that Im-
Tim Hpeneer Petroleum company
KOt l.oOO.OOO feel of ttan at Its No.
on the old Denver farm ninth
Ths Illarkwell Oil Ons Co. has
s.ooo.ooo foet nf ko from the sand tit
z.lln fed at No. 1 on tho .Martin
form north half of tho southwiet of
At the No. 1 on the Jirin farm
Job at 2.73S feet at No. t on tho
Stewart farm southeast of 22-27. 3v
The same company Is drilling nt
J. 078 feet at No. 3 Htewnrt south-
east of 2'.'-!7-3e.
Hrhenwald (1'irley nnd others are
fishing at 2700 feet at No 1 on the
.Martin rami southeast of the south-
west of 23-27-tw.
The Coxort Service company has.
made a new location for a deep test
In tho Hnouffer farm the northwest
of tho northwest of 2fi-27-3w nnd
will drill to tho Htvnggnrt sand at
It Is rumored that Judge M. O
OBrber of Knld. who drilled the first
well at Clarber and Is now a candi-
date for the republican ticket for
congress from dm Klghth district
who has acquired large nnd valu-
able acre.igo at Deer creek. Is to be-
come Interested In somo vnluablo oil
holdings in tho Tonhnwn field
HOUSE IN LAND
Documents Prove Antiqui-
ty of Postoffice Build-
ing in Florida
8T AUOPBTINn Fin. Feb. 4.
Ft. Aligustlno Is believed to posnesn
the olilest postnfflco building In the
country. Postmaster Charles F.
Hopkins nfter a research extending
over a period of two years hns re-
reived copies of official records In
tho "Archives of tho Indies" at Re-
vllle Hpaln showing thnt tho struc-
ture he now occupies was erected
tomotlino between lf68 and 1603 by
one Oonralo Mnndez. The king of
ripnln purchased the building In
1601 as a reifldencn for tho Hpaillsh
govemnis of Florida and It served
as such until Florida was traits-
ferred tu tho United mates In 1S21.
In thn nrchlves nt Kevlllo were
found official "letters nnd dispatches
of the governors of Florida seen In
council from tho year 1668 to 1610"
and one reforrlng to the purchase of
a jioine ror tno governors in hi
Augustlno Indicated that tho housing
situation In America moro than 300
years ngu was little better than It
has been the Inst few years. It read
Petllioiiiwl fur Spit Ilium'.
"To his majesty from tho Clover
nor Pedro Do Ydarra on the 8th
day of January. 1604: .
"In this city they hav never had
a home for tho governor and. when
I arrived they lodged mo In a house
which was mini over mo sens ami
It was so cold and damp that two
governors died here. Tile governors
were Oultlerrex de Miranda nnd Do-
mingo Martinez do Avendano Kvmi
the owner himself has never been
well In It. nor have I bs.i so since
Thn daisy Is tho American Legion's
To prune your irm mul oilier Unil-
capa gnrrnlnir. mil
717 KOIITII CHKVIJNNB
Children Cnreil For During
Working or Shopping Hours
DR. JOHN LEE
rrnerenl Kidney nindder.
Blood Skin and Diseases ot '
II3H 8. MAIN OKAfJi: oSJ
Wm. O. Hutchinson M. D
(locor ftf HorneojtHtlty)
(ifnrrul J'rHctltlonrr uf Mrdlelo
(Trtitmtnt nt Clironlo ana ToxU
T)liait with rum mad from Ui
ftlni' l-loi1 HrnlUktril unir Uoo-
or Hretm of riticuvii.) Until 1 nt
rrmninr)y lfctJ in TuUa will b
ftt Hot. Kcrehum from X tu- 4 p. m
Tu lll'i y nd VrUiy ftrnoon Vor
11 city tnlli I'leont C7 ur lit 0ag.
210 Richard Bide.
Third Street and Boston
Avenue Tulsa Okla.
Hot Springs Ark.
Hood HLIn ;iilto-l)rliiur7
mill Venereal illscuaeej unit
Oeneral OffUf Praftlcc.
(icruiiiw Vin e Inrx. Klrctrlcnl
TreatincntH IIIoimI Ttl.
Dr. HI oil. ait.iilnUlrr. "t0" nt
ail (.thee Hiruteil rcmeillia fat
IllKill I'd I HON Atau V.4II1NM
anil MKIIt MS kihI irtiirr 'me rrme.
dtra u.ril lo cvmlurt llrnllo trlmiry
end ayatvmia Inferlloua lu mrit and
( ONMI'l.TATION rilKB
I'llONK OhAIIIC Mill
Church Split and Romance
Smoothed Over by Marriage
Iljr Inlei national Nee. a Henke.
OKLAHOMA CITV Feb. 4 -A
story of line whlrh survived .most
ti nn sum I hurt lets coinn to u sensa-
tional climax loijsy when tho con-
tracting pa riles. Clyde lluchannn
IU nnd Ituth Louise Johnson. 17.
announced I" the world that they
hail remarried nt Cnmlter Okla.
Friday ile.eplln the former annul-
ment uf their mitrrlnge; u church
row wliliii leaulted In lliielmimn
being expelled from membership
and the stern opposition ot the
father of Itiichnmtn at (list.
The girl suddenly dlMippsareil
several days ago nnd nil pnrtles
uote nt n loss to find traro ot hr.
Yesterday by pre-nrr.mgement
young lluchannn hired mi automo-
bile nnd taking three wlluesaes
nlong. met tho girl nt a certain
place in the cdim of Oklahoma
City and they whirled away to
Chandler nnd were remarried by
thn Hot O () Mntthcus HAP-
list minister nf Chandler. Ileenso
IN FRIGID CLIME
Karelians Yet Oppose the
Uolshcviki in Snow
IinLHINOFOHH Finland Feb. 4.
Only the use of rifles nnd machine
giina distinguishes tho warfare nuw
In progress between bolshevik
troops and Knrnllna Insurgent In
tho Arctic forests of Itunslnif Kare-
lin from thn primeval stalking and
huntlnw that the wild things of the
Northland hnvo waged ngnlnst ench
other In this frozen land tor wages
(Kaielia in n section of northwest
IluSsIa bordering on the Whlto sen
and extending Into southeastern
The Knrelllans hunters fishermen
nnd trappers from chltdhood know
tno rarest trans ns well ns thu
wolves who hero outnumber tho
humnns. J'tir-cliul like Ksklmos
wearing snowshoes or sklls. they dash
through tho rror.cn land and in the l
long unit lc nights pounce unon the r
similarly ulad bolshevik foes
Jteport of tills uuerllln wArrnra
which have recently reached llels-
lugfnrs Indicate that In many Tn-
stances "no quarter" has been tho
rule on iiolh stilus.
Cold llm I nnd ICncmy.
The Insurgents accuse tho lint-
shevlkl who In this case aro also
Knrellnaiis but red army men of
stripping their prisoners naked mid
and dropping them ullvo through
uoies cnopped in tne ice or the
lakes which dot the forest. They
freeze to denth even before they
drown for somo days the cold has
been so Intense that to expose a
bare hand to thn frigid nlr meant
it frozen hand In a few minutes The
bolshavlkl present similar charges
against the Insurgents.
The Karelian rovolt began late
In October hut the llusaiaii Soviets
did not begin active upcrutlons
I lmndliiifr listed uccurl-
I tics Jh interested in un-
i i.i . I f . . 1
ucrv.rjiiziy ;!! uiiiiMLuu
i fl s u e of additional
treasury ntock for an
operating company re-
quiring mora working
capital. Company must
be a proven success and
on an actual earning
basis. No promotions
or new ventures will bo
considered. Address our
Morris G. Leonard
Conway Bldg. Chicago
I S CURABLE
Urlte me dlnr anl I will send you free
trial of rnr inlM soolhlni ruarantee.1
treatment that will prove If. Bloos Ida
Itchlnr and heals permanent) jr. Nrrul no
nionrj )ua( write me that Is all jrou
have lo do Address
Dr. Cnniiailar Ifll I'urti .lijuarr Hlalla
Dr. K. II. Tailiiock Hpeciallst of!
Kanriati City Mo. haH dtitrlbuteil
free over 100000 copies
of a booklet on thu
ratisn anil treatment of
coimtlimtlon IniHsestloti '
IjIIIouh colic Jaundlcu
rv Kun "M iiiiiiiiniimiion or
)h tho llall Hladdur and
i i ui.in an ueeiiviilieu
with Gallstonen. Just send name
I today for tlilfs Krcn Hook to DIt. K
15. IMDDOCK Ilox TV 201 KunruH
i City Mo Advvrtlsiirnent.
Jct us mail you a
This Soft Paste Soap
SKAT Hartford Conn
and nil having been arranged by
friends And. best of nil. thoyi
know their marriage cannot bo
annulled for since the fltst innr.
rlsge. the father litis signed nwny
his objections tu mnrrlngu of the
The spill In the Washington
Atrium llnptlst church nt which
llev. F. I (1 0101 s pnitnr. of-
furred when thn conaregnllon be-
rnmn so much vnihrolli.il In tho
controversy that It became neces-
sary according to the views of tho
minister for jomiir Iluchnnan to
make an open upology to the
church In session or suffor thn
pnln of 1'MMllaloii. The youth
would not apologise openly nnd ns
a result was expelled. Ho said he
believed ho owed mi npology to tho
'It may have been un-Chrlstlnn
but It was wholly within the good
offices of the ihurch decorum."
the mlnls'er declared til defeiieo
nf his action.
against the Karelian until the lat-
ter part of December
The territory actually occupied by
the Insurgents ronslats only ot
cbout 10000 square miles of sparse-
ly settled forest wilderness wllh n
total population only of nbniit 40-
000 persons Itnldlng bunds how.
ever have dashed on snowshoes
hundreds of miles from the occupied
territory lo the Murmansk rnltwny
which runs from Murmansk to
Petrogrnd nnd have blown lip sev
ernl bridges thus preventing move-
ment of bolshevik reinforcements.
When these hrliljies ore repaired
tho bolshevik contend It will be n
simple though lung task to qilnsh
the revolt. Thn nbsoltitn lack of
railroads nnd scarcity of useable
highways will prevent movement of
nny large body of troops Into the
forest In which most of the In-
surgents aro ns much nt hfune at the
foxes and wolves.
I. D. AltOOKS
timers! ell fled! rnnalruellon work.
(iHeiiiiiie iilania n epela!lr.
riniiiee Osaae l7 O.asM J11
PATTERSON STEEL CO.
l-llenme I liunnels Andes Hates
Cniii.lrle HI eel IlulMlnie
Oftlce Hluiie Mml Wiirelioueo
nnlliiis n nil I rUru It It
Tnlen (Itste 1013
Mrmnv in fwrntn
aisiriiw r ail vsaaaaaa
f 1.10 buya Kiiarantee1 option on 10.000 1
hishels nf wheat or corn. Nn fniihrrl
risk A movement of la troth price gives I
you sn npiioriunltr io iska iiooi 4c. lloo I
a iiuu etc write tor particulars and
Ires market letter. Investors llalla llulila
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ttinnre Ave. Knneas I Hr Mo
of ICnnian City Mo.
m ism ii n it n n re w r o n k
frrouit HxciiANOis And ciiiT
CAtio noAnu or tiiadb
Htocln Bondri Drain and Cot-
ton. fitatitlaril Oil ani
Irllary Stock. Nevr York and
jiosinri uuro Ul.erty Dontlsj I II
llouatht and Kuld. Private. I I
I J). nilOTUIIKTT Mgr. I I
!'J rieptione) Owiern 5IS5 "n. 11
I-it l'ourtli Mt. Tuliia OUIa I J
WEALTH without WORK
is a vuin desire; n lure of tho dovil and an futile
aH dreams of magic
To idle your time waiting for .something to turn
ud wantcs your energy wenkens your will and
fasteiiH on you tho curse of incompetence.
Work with the two-fold purpose .to keep fit and
to gain Independence and competence ia the only
way open to man.
Wo offer a sound 1 investment for your savings
for fluch time as may best suit your purposes.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
Cosden Bldg. Osage 8100
MUST GO TO SCHOOL
Mm hello Is 17 nml laigii;rit td
.Miirry but Trunin Officer InslMs
on Ttncklug tho Liiw ''
ALDANY N. Y.. Feb t AVhllejj
pretly Mnybelle tlrenwaM 17 wnsj;
planning for her wedding day as she'
wns) haled tn police court li n taunt
officer find told the would hava tn
iiltond school or go to thu llunmrjf
"You will have to go lo rthool'V"
the Jndgo told her.
"Hut I'm going to bo married!
sobbed Mnybelle. s I
"That doesn't make nny differential
and If you persist In staying away?
from school I will have to si tul you1
to tho lMimano ooclety" repliod tlte
Mnybelle attired In fahlonM
clothes and fur coat told the roirrj-
that sho had boen working for sonvi
time as cashier In ft shoo store. Hit!
said she wanted til hold the position'
until sho wns married hut thai sbe
couldn't dn It If she had to nltoni-
school Put when tho Judge mentioned thV
1 In inn ne society Maybello changed
her mind Hho returned to sihepl
Safety and Profits
IN NTOfK MAItKIJT THAUINO. f.esrn
1IOW to combine thr in your trad
Ins to Ilia nae nf 1
Willi 14 to llll jou ran trade In Hit'
slisres nf nr a'nok Writs fnr l'ltKrn
earlsnstery folder No. IT.
Arc You Looking
for a Good
Big Auction Sale !
Starting Thursday FebJ'
9 and continuing until;
all lots aro sold ;
Located in the heart of
the Oil Field
Tht. oreateit field In the. United
Stntesi Dully production 49000
linrrels 167 wella and no dry
huten lOo well drllllnir all
within three mile of city Urnltn.
Two cunlnshead Kan plants
Don't Miss This Oppor- j
l'or liifornmlloil trrllo fir mil )1
SETH M. LEWIS
lin'mtM'ri piitllne power 33 1-3 rK'r
Mnilo nf the four-post lyp" ltli
fust mul hIiiu clutch on tuiiuo fc'do
Kntlio mi up mouiilril on post
notliliiK fustciii'd to derrick floor
KICXI) rOR lilTKIIATUitU
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