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iti*r.i5, fc.* JV»-'' $£' GRATIG AKE CIA Al Monetary Unt Considdred by Financial Experts as Safest 4(Associated Press heated E- :• V l. 1 -- * - -t Foreign Minister Says ; Country Wishes China in Peaceful Mood (Onitcd m« Leawd Wire) TOK10. Sopt, 29.— Foreign Minis- tor Haohlro Arlta, receiving the tor- olgn press, announced today Japan wanted to settlo Ha problcma with C)ilna through diplomatic channola. Ho ankod China'8 co-operation In mafntalnlnar peace In Asia. Tic suggested China and Japan work together In an attempt Htamp out. communism In tho to far OorrofipondontH woro nummonod to mlulRter'H residence, whom Arlla ho wlnhed to "explain Japan's nttltutlo toward tbo world." Ills utatomont that Japan wants to sotvo Hn dlaputoH with China throiiffh diplomacy caino at a Mrno whon Japanese troopn woro patrolllni; parts of Shanghai and tendon between tho two natloim wan great. Arita Bald Japan sincerely (lenired a peaceful settlement, but, lie add«d, the opinion wan gahilnK hero that further ncffotlatlonN bntxvcon Toklo am) Nanking would b*> imrU'HH. Tfio HVOB of Japatiew* afid their property, ho Mild, would ho pro- ter-led. Ho deollned to wpoolfy how protection would bn afforded. Arlta attributed thfc B!X recent at- la<'k« on Japan«Bo cltlzoiiM In r'hlna to anU-.ItunnU)m> education ami Com- jiotlvltloH. Fresno Ranchers Pleado F. D. R. I'fAit fyfltmert H'frc) Hnpl. !!t>. — KHKHNO. ranrliera In a nir<elltiK hero rervnn- uifMdfd U> tho department of «nrl- (MiHuro that thn noil eoiMorvatlon Ixi nutdo applleahlrj to i>r- and vtneyardo In 1037. In tho present prutfrarn fruit nml nut trees and vliniH arc rhiHHlfU'd an nou- trul crops, neJUt'T wall ileplrllnff nor Holl Inilldlnir. Tho lorn I Broiip will ask that thoy ho clasnlflud nti and tlum ciuallfy fo payments. Ahove ar<* shown inomhcn* of tho .Dcmocratln Contra! Outrtinlttoa of Korn county and guoHtn, who hold it rmjflnt dinner meeting at Hotel Tojon to dlsousB plans for tho campaign for ro-oloctlon of Proiil- riont IlooBftVelt atul Vico-Pre«ldont Oarnor. Tho contra! committee is —Photo by Amundsen Htudlo. headed by Mayor K. 0 Emmonw of Taft, chairman. A drive for morn* bcrshlps In tho Korn county Ttoose- veit-Oarnor club Is under way. U.S. Flags anned in Soviet Capital Loy W. Hon Fret* MOHOOW.8«|H. 20. dcrwori, tho American cliaricci d'af- falrr-M, today hocamo tho only pornon i» Mowr-ow pf-M-inittod to display an AtiHirlran flajy. Whon a now atiibtijwador iirrlvos to tuko t)if) plaoo of WHIl/un C. Bul- lllt, roconily tnuiHfciTwd to Paris, ovon llondoruon will hnvo tr> roinovn Llie American frn who Ut«pUiy KinuH cnr fcnd(M'H win'fi K I von final tothiy to tiikn thftni off, offleliits ox plaining It wan Illlopfal for any for olfirn^r. <*xco|>t tho head of a dlplo rnailo nilsBion, to nnjoy nuch a prlv and oth tm AnthorlUcfl oxpluttKkl mich K play of tho fUarH and ntrlpo* mlglit lvo nondlplotmvlH prlvil^goH to which th^y ard not entitled. -••4-' NUGGET ENDS FISHING TRIP (United Pron f/oadfld ILlilS, Sept. F. H. Wilson, Buttc county rancher, wanted to go hc*« now $100 richer. Wilson Applied for u trailer HcenHO, but had to wait until the I»l»(cs could nrrivc by mnlL Mcnn- time, ho decided to dig bait. Me dug up a gold nugget an Inch wide and two InchuH long; (hen canceled the fiKhlng expedition. DAKOTA TICK158 WITIIKIIKD f;KAl/\VCK>D, H. I>. ( Htfpt, W. (\J. P. I— MMu- BiivntlH of birch Ircw* in tho ]llllH huvo boon «/; weukonotl l>y thn drought that Uioy huvo become dofollalors, to C. t\ Avorlll, iisstatant ttuporvlao of nia«k HIllM Ntttionnl K Razor Used in One Family27 Years (United Lcatcd Wire) BT. IjOUIB, Mo,, Sopt. 29.— Tho razor unod hy JIurrlHon Douglas, 00, carpenter, has on to rod H« ono hundred Iwonty-Bcvcnlh year of dro«8- Ing thn chins of tho Doug-las family. Bought hy DougUm' groat grandfather (n Now Orleans In 1810, It. has t>6en handed down to Urn oldest HOD of each generation. Tho pronont UHor found It in tho walls of hlw flfnindfathnr'fl Jog 1 cabin at Jmllanola, Iowa. WOIU.I) TOITIUCO 17 TIMIQS BAN irrtANCIfiCO, 8ont. 20. (CT. I 1 .) — ProclnlmlnK hiinnel f tho American Marco Pplo, Julius Brit- ttebank of Bouth Carolina, at 78 ynarH of ago, has JUHl Bulled from hero on hlw 170) trip around llio world. During his llfottmo ho hu« covortid more than 2,000,000 tntUm and haa uddod 10 daya to his actual ago, f I can dollar (h-^tbo • eyefl of oxchanfife men Vwaa distinguished today as tho only outstanding? cur- on an international known rency gold Alon<S among ft fomftUdh.8 beto'wr the produqUVa t sands at Mountain VlexV fleld wll.J ,be Inyestl- g-alcd for oil Jrt ia. ^eep itoat to 8000 feet by Mohawk Oil, Company at an old well. Hood 'Hd. 8, on section 80, JJO-80* Rigging tip Is scheduled ;to be finished thin week ana .then, deepening operations from tho present bottom of COM feet -will begin. Shell Oil Company, BaYnsdail Oil Company and Union Oil Company each previously has prospected to this deep horizon. Shell's project found small amounts of high gravity Interesting Fossil Picked Up in Core ( ^^^^^^L^^^^_^^t^^^.^^._^^ i _±ji J 1 \ » n _ J . Ono of tho most interesting fossil KuropQan curron* cle«, tho Belgian belga v/a» accepted generally in exchange circlen UH a "gold standard currency," But money experts pointed out there had Iwon no test of tho belga in tho Vf&y ot «. free movement of gold sltico it \VOB devalued a year and a halC ago. 4 .'- •• These two currencies, it was noted, faco a varied array of "managed currenoioH," mostly tied to the British pound Jn tho Bp-caHcd "sterling urea," "gold-piatad"' currenfeUm only nominally adhering to tho gold standard and exchanges under rigid' | discoveries on the East Side was government regulation to prevent a picked up Sunday afternoon by a drain on mota! • rwervM. ' core bit in soft brown shale at Mountain View.field. It is a well preserved piece of bono about tho size of a man's fist—believed io be a seer- mbnt oC tho leg Joint of a prehistoric animal, possibly a horse, rhinoceros 6r camel. this creature, -Whose remains now are almost a miie underground, is supposed to have lived millions of years ago, when tho formation f was part of ,tho sea bottom or perhaps a brea bod. M. J. Koppel of Los Angeles, president of Sheldon Oil Company which Is drilling ROBS No. 2 where the fossil was discovered, is sending Jt to an expert for classification. , Favorable evidence of another extension ot middle Mountain View field has been cored In this well, which, is located three-tourths-mUe duo-south of Barnndalt Oil Company's recent strike fn Nighbort No, 1 and In the same section 19, 30-89, Oil sand, appearing to contain hlgrh- gravlty crude, has been cored from oil but It wa« nbt ductlve. The Temblor l» up the dip, at Edison field? an4 it is thought r aft accumulation Will: be found; against the Mountain View f<Lult In ptaees v?here the thrbw ot tho fault or the character of the formations is qualified, to block nil-; gration. , Mohawk's important outpost, Earl Fruit No, 2, situated two locations we«*. of tho discovery well, has got r - , ' • -1 . W I - \ - -I ' - --' t. --t ' r toy J. II. JACKSON MDJAVEJ, Sept. 20,^A; definitely new vein was cut early this week by E. H. McMurray on his lease on the AVhitmOre Groutf, five mllea Tho. dollar la fortified by nearly, Jl 1,000,000,000 Jn gold, almost half tho world's recorded monetary supply, and a $2,000,000,000 exchange Htabilizdllon fund. Henco exchange mon looked to it as a rock in a sea of "floating currenctait for.tho world to cling to in seeking a way back to money stability. T Electric Current to Be 60 Cycles (Atwctated Praia leased Wire) IjQS ANOB3US8. Sept. 20.—Preparatory to tho expected une of Boulder Dam power, tho city bureau of power and ll^ht h nd in effect today a change in Its electric current from CO to GO cycles. Tho stopping up of tho cycle af- fdblod more than 25,000 conwumorH and reuulrod mechanical changes In thousands of electric clockB to pro- m>rv« their accuracy, Tho dopurt- j 4015-4D41 In what is Judged to bo tho mont itself is doing tho work on the] upper Chanac. "Depth now is 4970» clocks. whoro the fossil was found. A - .•, .h • i. r • * - h' - L i. h - * i .P.• • ' -I i - -.' h ' -'.**' * <• i , *'.* h ' ^ (t • 4 * ^ ri ^ - • i .1 I I r '. i ' - f 11 i . vvr '. - ^ i - - i i - •• i i • r -' ' i < *1« r. ^' - i J I 1 P - P ' - r - •r H • * L .' i » - .- -,i i i " j I I - . j- -:.^' - '> L h , „ * » <.*t S '•-**•-!•>>; >"' - h - 1 ' » h - •-*-:•', ' *v • ^•-,.- .• i -»', * - * t xj -iy.^'.:>•;? .'•.'••' J Ci^;*: rf\ .. * - • . 1 . » . • - m -,-. 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You'll appreciate the advantages of Luckles»a Light Smoke of rich, ripe-bodied tobacco. w If you r« .<> i'- § i 1 .,'.••.'' !» "V >' L i. 1 * 1 •>s • ,*•<•• r V.W V \^' \' * >. ' H - ^''"'V'!'' ->X<, 1^ " ^ • iV*. «5^m s * W>«S5^:^ * 1.1 r ''.'P '^' > \. *'•",* ^ • -* •- • * \t^:>. *- - - -M i t \ • *• . 1 ' 1 " A .' " '. ' * - i - ^> -'b T • I - 1 ,' * .•v L I '. I ••'.C' - "•- Jssss: ,^'^ L n v-\\ '^- iV^ :.\- /.' \. L^^ \ -\" K W - v '. t.\ ^'-:- L V 1 i '- L l'l 1^ :tti -1-. ' H . •-' ' '.•-• I. ' ,* *>:\ * v L In •v:-;^ • T ir- - •K-:> «« !^ m* \-. •• * -»i' •:\ mfr i.i .V V-v ' i . i •-.' - • * t ^1 ' ' '. t \ 1 i h , • • */ * ^. • - . i. i .• .* * .•v > H > '.Vn ' i V ."' II' yv^';.vv;, ^/^s^x^.-s ' •»/ ' ' V 1 * ^ ^'* -'• L . *• ' *, \ > •- > ".% . I l> s 4 - S ^ -\* W- ss \v,» i •3$ f, r t- S:V:VK ?>v-:tf v &&•* V* \ - - I I S\N. *ir& p. r .- ' .' ^ I T <-v I . 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The new ore bod.\ feet more to go to reach the Santa X vas opened up on the 80-foot level, Margarita oil xone tound in No. 1.1 and is a quarts vein between.a rhyo- lite footwttll and i gmnite ; hanging wall. Averaging three "'feet across, the vein can-tea values ot from $11,60 to f23 per ton; according to assays made at tho \V'hitmore Mines, Inc. headquarters at .Willow Springs. .'High Gold Content V ^ The strike of the vein Jfii frbnt northwest,to southwest and dips 16 th6 northeast al a 46-degreb f tthgte. The values in tho vein are 60 p«?r c0nt gold an4 30 por; cent »nveiv Sinking in the shaft will bo continued, according to MoMurray, and ft cross cut which is being rim to tho east is entering another new vein which parallels the one out earlier this week. * : The McMurray lease is 400 feet to the north of tho south shaft, and 800 feet to tho south .of the north shaft. From the north shaft on the property "Weldon Morris is making regular shipments to the Western Graphite Company's mill at Lake Hughfes. Tho oro averages $18 per ton according to mill assays,.and the values are CO per cent gold and 40 per cent silver. AVorlied by leasers ', The new developments on tho Whitmoro are of Importance to the district, the property presentihg an example of what can be dpno with a property under a liberal leasing policy. Tho Whitmorc ; Group» Including 160 acres of land, was acquired last spring by the Whitmoro Mines, Inc., leased by Walter 33. Trent, president. New compressors and holatlng equipment of tho latest de- sigrn huvo been Installed and electric +*\ r^Vidvi-ftr I l jower brought Jn to operate the tO v->IttiTlty | machinery. Six seta of leasers were placed on the ground all of whom Viavc been intermittent shippers for tho past several months, and all of whom aro in ore at tho present time. POSSIBILITIES of the accum- •*• u.fatfoit discovered along the cross fault south of Mount Poso have boon given another boost by completion of Union Oil Coin- Compftny*» Tribe No* Il-l for 400 barrels dally from 30 feet of the first Veclder sand. Depth Is 1908 feet. This extends production deep Into section 28, 27-28, all of which Is held by Union Oil Com* puny. Ted Miles i« superintendent. Mosebach Drilling in Fruitvale Field After a delay of several days, Mosebach Oil Company has spudded its outpost in southeast ITruitvale field on section 26, 29-27, between tho producing weUa and George S. Karr'd suspciuloU NlcholH No. 1. — . -—. -. ^-*^ ** -^i-' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ A. L, Du Pont Leaves ,TACKSONV1LT,K, Fla,, Sept. 29. Appraisers appointed by the court reported today Alfred t. DU Pont left an estate of $39 t 374.845.'3S. His hoUlln^-a m Almours Securities, a Jacksonville corporation which was largely owned by Du Pont, were rated at $38,956,240. The apprlsal put the valuation OH of April 29, 1935, tho data of Du Font's death. Tho bulk of tho oslato was left to charity. G. A. Turner Joins l Umpire's Staff O. A. Turner 1ms joined tho Oil Umpire's staff in Uukei-sHoW as field deputy, working out of tho office in tho Haberfelde building. 'Miaa Willie Bello Williamson {s In charge of ,thp office. William Klelnman, chief deputy, is hero from the main office In Los Angeles for a few weeks. McDonald & Dearin Project Launched Joseph McDonald & J. H. Doarin, Jr., have spudded Carroc Oil Company No. 3, in north Kern Front field, section .11, 28-27, un offwet to Republic Petroleum's Kleishacker lease. Kern Biver oil sand is expected t6 bo reached at 1875 feet. PREVENT MAN I f- I I - OIL AGREEMENTS Clara ;Vo|gt ot al artel Shell Oil Co.—rAureo to consolidate leases on •I, 2S-20, section .33, 27-20, coat Half and northwest nuarlor, section G und northeast quarter, Hoctlon 0, 28-20, and Hectlon «2, 27-20, and oon- Hltler.tjfune us one Jeuso uml to beg-fn drilling' within 30 days from dolt very of this Instrument, J, J. Tavls et ux to. Sunset Oil Go.—AHBtfftimont lease an gouthwcst quarter bt northwest quarter, section 1 0 ft a no - , ' 0, eQ*£3* Mt.'Vlftw OH Corp. to \*\\y M. Crawford—Assignment one-twentieth ot 1 per cent oil, etc., from west half of northeast quarter of northwest quarter of northeast quarter, wootlon SB. 30-28. Sumo to 15. J. Crawford—Sam*. 301 OH .Co. to 99 on ment leuHea on west half of north went quarter, unction IJ. northeunt quarter of northweijt quarter, Hectlon 3, oaHt UaU of BouthwAttt quarter, section 4, north JrnJf of notitlieaHt quarter, H«SO- tloii fi, northeitHt quarter, senllon r>, *>Hwt half of northwcut quarter, HC«- tlon fi, eiint hulf of northeast quitrUr, Seel Ion 0, cuHt half of northeast quarter, Hectlon 0, in 10-U, and south half of want half, Hactlon 81, wouth half of southeast quarter, sdctlon 32, northwest quurter of HoiUlieatU Muurl^r, Hoctlon 32, ^outhwost quarter of northwest quarter, section 33, In 11-19. O. \V. Clapton ft ux to Oil Producers, loo, — AHHlicnmont louto on north* eaut quarter of RoutheaKt quarlftr, ox- L'i-|)t 8otitlt half of Kottth half, section 7, ll -S3. lost* s 1-3 per cent 'oil, etc. This Scientific Medication -. -i -r-e-a- have a big danger area in your nose and upper throat where 3 out of 4 colds start, r . Vicks Va-tro-riol is specially prepared to stimulate Nature's defenses in this area. ~ When you apply Va-tro-nal-—a few drops up each nostril—you can feel the tingle as this scientific medication s-p-r-e-a-d-s through the trouble zoric. L Used in time (at the first nasal irrl- T" _ r tatton, sniffle or sneeze) Va-trb-nol helps y<Ju to prevent many colds; and to throw off head colds in the early stages. .;', ; ; Quickly Relievos "Sfuffy Hecpd" If neglected irritation has led to a stuffed-up nose, Va-tro-nbl reduces the swollen membranes; clears f - clogging mucus, lets you breathe* .1 •. -i • ~- t - - • Look In your Va-tro-nol package for the interesting f tory of Vlckt PUn tor Bitter Control of Colds In the home. In clinic Ce&ta among 17,353 people, thl» PUn cut tlckneai from colds more than half t ' • ^f Follow Vicks Plan for Better Control of Cotdi Hog an Spuds Peters No. 2 TARTING.a inarch toward Ar* in from tho southeast tip of Mountain View field, Hogan Petroleum Company has spudded Peters No. 2 on sbctlon 5, 81-20 ami ia rigging up to drill Hank* line No. 8 on section 4. The last project U approximately a mile from Mohawk's Earl Fruit dlscover>* well on section North of theso in sect Ion 3S, 9 f Uio company's Foster Community No. 3 hus been' put on the pump tor 100 barrels Uaily of oil cutihig 30 per ..cent water, Production ISIUICH from tho lower portion of the Ohanao anil the MargaHta at 5950^159 AUT RADI WtEX ',- j. i *' 1- BRAKES BATTERIES I ' - ^' - 1 1 I 1 - < . .!' - .-.; • •t * ^. * .-.• Johnton't Flrittoni Auto Supply and Sirvloi j-.-^ - I i ^ r^ • -, -- ' 1 - .P * : ^V& •/ I. \ ^ * - h • '' ? -'.''• - r '- . r ' .r. 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