Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 3, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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CELEBRATION DAILY EDITION
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VOLUME lNo. 4.
BRECKENRIDUjE. STEHIENS COl'NTY TEXAS. "SATJU'KDAY JULY .1 1920.
TO HANDLE TEE
KAILKOAD MKKTS DEMANDS FOR
ADDED SERVICE TO
'Tlie Wichita Falls Ranger and Fort
-Werth railroad In extending every ef-
fort to BHf t every demand for aecotno-
'UueHn t(i tin; imldlc. I'.otli freight
and pavtcngcr department are work-
Ja 'night and day to provide an ef
Hctopt service and tin result Is such
atweufd do credit to older roads with
oWor organisations and business ma-
iacry. The special train run over the road
rkiturday will continue Sunday and
MoihIht1. July ' nnd ..
This i rain will double the regular
flrth Ileum! iws-engcr out of Ranger
for this. place at 4 o'clock In the af
ternoon which will carry tin night-
crowds to the big celebration and car.
ntvut. Running south his train' leaves
Mere at 10 o'clock a. m. This udded
to the regular schedule given excel
Teat p-ingcr fcrvlce.
Special trains will he run from Fort
Werjli and Dalian Mouday carrying
standard Pullman slceers and on
the eighteenth of this uititith regular
fiecpina car service will he Inaiigu
rated lictwccn this place and Fort
i 'rtli. The delay In till service is
rced by the iiialuillty to get sleeping
can as a great number are uow In
Ht: plying between the Kant and w
" National Democratic convention at
'vHf'ihir- passenger train 'b. 4
'having here at t$:10 a. m. makes good
MHiuci-tniii at Dublin for Fort Worth
nl DHllatt and -with the Katy for
WaVir (jnrmaii and I)c leou.
SCARCITY OF OAKS MAY
CLOSE EASTERN MINKS
POTTHVILLK. Fa. .luly .'J. The
Fhlladelibia and Beading Coal and
Iron Company at noun today announc-
ed a complete suspension of the mined
of tlic Schuylkill district was lunula-
ent and a number of the collieries 'hud
already usjcnded beeatise of the lack
Tho ntllelal said the car supply was
fast dwindling and although some .of
the collieries had enough ears to hist
the day -out the outlook for Thursday
pointed to a coinpleb siiseiision of
work. t'nlcss cnicrgencj measures
provide cars this afternoon It Is antlel-
llated the no0(Hl tnlners In Schuylkill
and Northumberland counties will Im
obliged to quit.
UKADINO Fa. .luly .'I. "UikmI
Judgnient haH restralnetl the coal mer-
chant from entering the proll leer class.
Every dealer diould .secure a .reasOii-
able protlt bnsed on the cost of doiiiK
biixtnesM under pn'seut conditions hut
excessive prnllls or unfair methods
will surely harm the whole Industry
by eiieouragiiiK government Interfer-
ence." This was the substance of the
annual report of the secretary Well-
ington M. Itertolet. to the State Itetail
Coal Dealers' Association.
Lt'CKY HOY Sa. IS GOOD
' FOR SEVEN HUNDRED MILS.
Associated Press Service To
Start in American Monday
The HrrrhrnridgR )ny American will inaugurate tlio Assoriated Press
scnlre wlUi Its lsstie of Monday .July nth. (
T!i1.h means that readers of The American will ho given all the late tclc-
graphlr news up to the. time of going to preps each day; '
Besides the telegraph news this paper has secured tho Kcrvirc cf an-
other lorhl news writer which will greatly augment and improve this de-
partment of the paprj;."
The slugan of The American will 1m "All the News at Uome and
Negotiations arc now In process which will result in the employment of
a special oil news writer and this will assure American readers a full report
from tin load uni foreign oil fields' daily.
A letter was received only a few days ago from tlte New York office of
The Associated l'ress informing Editor Baxter of Tho -American that lie
had been elected as a member of the Association and .asking when the son lee
should start. A wire was emmediatcly sent requesting that tlte service be
started Monday July 5.
The Associated Tress in a big cone ern .that does things. The only tiling
that will prevent their service from reaching The American will ho stoppage
of telegraph and telephone service.
Their letter to The American follows!
T. I lla.vtcr Esq. The American ' '
Hreckenrldge Texas.' ..'-.
Dear Mr. Baxter: I .' t
This is to advise you that 'you have been elected to
membership in The Associated Press. Will you please let
me know when jou wish service to begin.
Htftf" f ' ' KENT COOPER'
Assistant.' (Seneral Manager.
doesn't even leave the wrew driver.
It is no .wonder that there arc no
wedding hells between Itlley Center
and Miss nrcckcuridgcl The going
L Is too rough.
For no years I've been looking for a
spot In the mm. Hut since Ij'auie to
Texas I'm looking for a siot In the
Thursday uuqt have been farmers
and airplane day. at Ellasvllle. Five
staggered over Rllfcy Center I mean
ulrp'anes. . 1M .I.Kit.
K. M I'eoiMeH and S. F. Savage are
In 'this section gathering production
data and studying elevations iu'the In-
terests of the Humble OH Co.
Mr. Eastland Press : Better Im
careful or some grahd Jury will In-
dict them for grand larceny. Only
live weeks ago they stole from within
the shadows of the city of Brccken
TOM I BAXTER Owncr-KdWw
a gala dai
BOYS AND (JIRLS OF YESTERDAY.
ENJOY DAY SET ASIDE IN
Breckonrldge has thin day lcm
crowded with a venerable throng-.
Hoys. and. girts who played marble
and Skipped the rope on thi street.
of the sleepy little town years agu artr-
today leading In all .HTam or tlie.tttK.
celebration which Is to commemorate
the bringing of the llrst railruutl t .
ridge the Stoker No. 1 l.'.tKMI-harrel ' town and fo celebrate tlie- w'
oil well and this week they lifted the
Mid-Kansas No. '2 U'OO-barrel oil well
and hft It some place In north Steph-
ens county. It you an hound to be a
dip. get the goods home; don't "steal
them. ' . .
Some day some outside newspaper
will give hreckunrldgc credit for at
least one well.
$' -J"5a" Now HaHiHctl. '
ver ute new inie Juiy i ami me ihl
4y haulage of these cunslgutucVils
MBioimtfMl to lL'.CMK) isjunds.
i Carload' Milpmcntrt of freight which
by the Hundreds have been awaltlug
tke completion of the road tit this
point urn moving In as rapidly as
mJWo. and somu smaller sblnmcuts
are now being haudlcd.
Tlie. HianaRement of the road 1ms
neclveL authority from the Interstate
CManercc Commission to join the
yrbno JEoad In through rates on Inter-
Mtain HhliHHi'iiU for points on this line
as welLas for shipments from stations
on Uibi Hue to Interstate iwluU.
TbW i)Uii-s the Wichita Fulls Ran-
erraml Fort Worth li a iwdltion to
.kaBdIo business Into SL Iouis Cbl-
4o PlttsburB and other prominent
jjUee. For KbIMaejta to "Brecken-
a conslgnei's should arraiiR for
ing over tb Frisco -from St. LouW
mr Kansa City to Iks delfvcml- to tbb
Kj- Wklta Falls llangfc aii Fort Worth
w vea dat DibHiL
-( 0?H'eral Traffic Agent vStrupper In
' jkMMK The American that the huslnes-.
r )0g liandleil by his rmMl wilt wcn
Tvach a total of KK)000 laMtWy and
uii. .nt it to keen right on 'climbing
ward till the ?f000( poinds roaclw
fL . Tw averaHe ticket sale for the.
il for tlM Hrst wei-k Iws beca :KW
. 'IrTtHrapuer will spewl wmslderable
Vf Jj ' !- BreckfrnrldRe and will
tof fl te mwuwl-ier acaalHted
Lul ! Tiuhllc lH?r aud waKiclally
bw nocl peopfe Vbo arc iHtereHt.
'Ui ivlair "f rehtkt.
DESDEMONA. July :J.--The l.uekjv
Boy' No. 2 on the lltt!e lease north-
east of town has brought In a 7(H)
barrel welt. The well was shot Tues-
day aud averaged liS barrels- ui .hour
for the llrst V2 hours. This Ik the
Initial (low but the well has a Hue gas
pressure and has every Indication ot
holding up its welf as others jn that
vlcjnlty. The well has been .drilled
to little over "WOO feet.
This Is the second gyod'one for the
Lucky Boy. till Connany which was
promoted by Cleburne capital and has
aud has cutluued to ho. a good pro-
dpcer making about forty' barrels a
1111111.111111 llj ll'UUl ur i.ij.i .i.iit mr
JJ;Jjcijuaj1ejuej-eJ'. its. No. 1 .wa
"bfought MriiurfinJ (tctoiior lastyear
Brcfkcnridge deserves anil neeils a daily newspaper just as good as any
published in a like size Held. The Amerlran can supply this need.
Many people of thN city hellevt' hey want this hind of a public enter
prise. The American is going to give them an opportunity to decide
whethrr they do or not.
It costs a great deal of money to start a daily newspaper. But it does
not cost a cent to kill one if it should prove an unprofitable Investment.
The support and pairoiutge The Anicricumrccehcs will decide this matter.
KATY ENGINEER IS .KIIJJW i
HODGE. July :. KHKlaeer C. D.
llader was Instantly kllknl aud two
trainmen' slightly Injured when a Katy
passenger trulu ran into an oiien
switch hero at 11 p. m. Wednemlay.
The engine left the rails and turned
over. An express car and a combina-
tion baggage and mall car also left
tbu rails but did not turn over. Fire
man Frank Newcomb and Express
Messenger E. B. West both of Denl-
sou wen' bruised In the crash.
llader K lived In DcuUou. He had
been a locomotive engineer for more
Hutu ir ylfeH The Isjdy will be scut
MOTORISTS FIRED ON FROM
EMBANKMENT IN WYOMING
Hand Over Fivs Hundred Dallrs in
Cash to Bandits
OTHER NEWS" NOTES OF INTER
'EST IN TnE CITY AND
)N SUNDAY ANI MONDAY
IN ITS OUTPUI
The Hret;kenrlilM hall t'lUB wHl
tiv. oil tle Hmnblc'CHHip atrt?rejiHtU.n
W"M- local 'twII-iMrkr irUmJay awl
TkBday. The uaiplro wMJ cali me
am'at 3;.K sliariv Tli&t h. dae U
npnairr n Mf tha'IiHe en
't a flukirksl twHuS:lM ire"ViKrt
baya th iHKte'':lpw to the detail.
Cw ent and auptwrt tt Xem-r
m to do that it cos ly e vf"R
lwr tax.a tW 56 ceta yow ftl mv
'irtd'wUl lw hp-'hUw way- tttr
Aa a crUlatflr a hckf meal
iMa'wUh clmm o -wH . rhto aad
ml a iMMtr ot m ino wtmttw
-A Mbmlay. A"0" mm V'H 'U
M t?tor " HltawH lHyH
ttutlc.'Bportii and 1hk WP' L
Biiilleji with SwH-jMidott't taftf
!3L K?hirf will ban their woA-?.
WICHITA FALLS Calnlng 4.000
lwrnls (lu::ng tbu last week tbeBurk1
httrt)itt dstr.lct baa reached a total
dally production of approximately 85)'-
OOO Iwrrels1. and Its gain has again put
die Wichita Fulls district over tlif
100;000 UMrndrmark the dally produd-
(lon iK'lng In xeess of ltO.OOO J)cti-
plte the large gain there have ItceA
ho wnwitlfwlly large completlona la
the BnrRbtirwtt Northwest or WaR-
Kouer where owiiliUloTtirt .have tecn
unusually ft'fQr.tlMr last" week but
tkf. T'-'XW"' Hfcallo". 'fleiits and tlte
Iewa l'arlr'iwol iave both leeu stead-
Uy cQjjtrlhnJtliHtii jjowl producers.
"In nM'TexlKHMa district tlh Couch
& Wlnfrey N. J H M. IJubIcIs. ia tHe
feature with .a 4ui production of
:WI IwrVel from tb Ll'tW-foot sand.
"" hVltaaker's ami Merchants Oil
Comiwu.v'B No 5 S. M. lanle.ls Is al-
so of record sle. Howlnri WO larn.'W.
TtJe. Cwjch' & "Winfrey No. 1 Daniels
hi reported a 17)mrrelvw;ell anil the
No. 4. Daniels ot the Bankers a.iul
Jfen-I wnts. Is rcMrUHl good for 125
TIm Kewii-MuHKer-Allen wytlon has
had Hvcral features notably exteii.
7Mojw of the pWkIhcUkk' Hue nothwci4
llrom th JJaaer-Ard ami fMaex weiw
In lit-k -tl. Tiw Hrst extension thhi
week WH8 etfectwl by the Nox'X Bo?er-
Art! 'and Maer. which wad its first
How " Thurarfay. aial ttMrfWcowl liy 1
the MmiwcII feaer No. 1 Kemp &
KewpaeY 1ft block 18 a quarter of a 4
titijb . hwaweo;to'oil '
illlLADKLl'IIIA July "J. -Mrs. Mh
by Sutherland Brown priuclal of the
OgoutK School for Olrls at ltydal her
husband and fathet-ln-Iaw were held
up aud robbed by an old styh; .Western
bandit while motoring from Colorado
The thrci j'hlladelplila tourists did
not have a chance against. the bandit
who tired several times at them with
a high powered rltle according to dls-
Jia tubes. v
TIh- motor was traveling alaiut -.r
miles uii hour across Wynailug ip the
oiK'ii itaHiitrywlit1!! k rltle shot pierced
the radiator Four other shots Inpilck
succession were tired oyer Jl h' licads
of the tourists.
The liandlt then .appeared on aii cm-
Itahkineut. A Mfhli imBdkcn'hlcf ioy-
SOVIET Dfil4? WITH CANADA
NEW YORK July .--Fccllnilnarlc-i
(o estilblisbment of trade relations be
tween Soviet UusaIii ami Catiadk have
been completed according to announce-
ment today by l.udwig C. A. K. Mar-
lens Soviet "Ambassador."
A mission has Just returned from
Canada Marten said where 'Soviet
representatives wen received favor-
ably by manufacturers hankers and
olllclals'of the Dominion (lovernnient.
. A contract for !t000tK)0 worth of
rolling stock will be sighed"1"!!! a few'
diiys" Mnrtcns'sald. ills government
he added hopes to buy agricultural
machinery" buii-hliic tools and ihugs.
An effort Is IteluK laade to purchase
1000 freight' cars knanufacturcd In
.Mfwjreul 'for. the' fui'cj Utts.lin Im-
lKrlal Government.' They 'lire IfeliPAl
Vancouver by tint British Munitions
Ing of an era which Is to make Wxv
(ll(jtl-i. .1 l.kll..k.intl ..llll.t.. .. '
V "h' n.-tln.in iv.i.iiii r . jej
TiHiny was "old timers" day
here the whlsnci' ofrvir w(ttt
through the branches of tlir'1uH
the harking or the neighbor do? kail
the lolng of the family herd wmj-
about the only noises to greet the ear
now can he heard the thundering. noistT
of the. workman's tools 'as he- build.
for a fut lire great. On overy sirfc fcs.
won. the ruh In .the preimratlon for
building a city and tho spreading or
a great industrial community.
And the old tlmciti view und wel-
Come these evidences of progivwf. witln
an (iithiiHliiMu. like the boy at hlt-Srst
The arratigvineuts for this xpioall
feature day were under tlio dlv(H.'inuui
of. Soiiali)r.WfI'. 8ebitHtiint who haill
Hrsoual charge of the program.
.The Incoming trains brought manj-
foniici rifshleiita back U a'ssfeti liiUvp
festivities Jslt old filcnds ami yTcyy -
thp iiarveIous transu i'.matuoxanArs
tbu oldiluiliiitN f vnri. . .. 1 . ' j
-- '-T fl'-l.- -" '
tlii rrvldur ktn.
L.VNIW IN ftrKriHNS C01JNT'
AUSTIN July 8. Ih a Jiwlnmeijt
entered ken n tho FU'-tln distrlcl!
cdmrt . ajptinsc lltn uuir crowuciHi
cowpaay H al.f; the' State of Texan o:
taink WA to jW acrM of oi land h?
BtBiihewti count valueil at kppVijxi-
matoly '&$tfM0 5 V. f. '. ahjUer! if j
Wacft co-pfaintiAVJ a-ardiNl $mm
aaUk Uar of .the n prutluceti fam)
toe' land y tue .uuij eoniKiiiiy ne
holdluff U mjueral leaa. "'This statu
U ao. uVtrS fSO0W a lta royaU.v
cmMh l6werrian Vhfjf iVlJe
orflcrej tbft party'Jo' Weji out 'ftUa.'
"Step .this wrv
mkuded curtly a wowwMt.laujr
l utnkTml tliea' t up their ha'ds
While la VcpttL ftvered wfth 'the
rife.' - W' V
- Mtt.fBi'wiW'JiMir!. tmliism in
bjlhi nwl jrA; aH thf "hswIltal.IowiHl
hia taWwiT Wb iwhK lmr.$MnKb
to wrrHlero vFrjww tl VlftitMr.
Jl'rdwwlM wVWlHl.jjalr 7S whta!-
tiutjih ja "hiMl'wach wort' in hkj p4-
Mi. Brown so the despatch' Hint1
'IileadiHl with tho bandit niU to take
a gold wntcii.-aiul the (-hhIII alkWH(l
IK'r to w'tnlu lt.Tli("pHrty"ka coli-
ttiiued on Its leney. .
. Dcpu; slierlffrtrrvvti;il'a suAtHrt
atlEj-'a'nitaiiWyo.; imtiNtlH' K-ene.pr
the hold-up but the Ifowns were'iiu-
"aide to Idt'ntlfy hhti ami lie Was; to
Mr 'i' It Morrison Ms tMtKdle .a1
twp'storA rcsldeee.im J)yer sttiit In
East Bretikuhrluifc. . .
' 'Contractor ('ork-y 1ih rpajruvt'to
ilmild ftor ivskiciKf s in iW jjrkt-'"
rldaiv.ami Iiuh sfarh'd m LJtif'
hMHt slreof ijli Dyer.AvHuc
M 'IVitfeU-yltaiaa ofhej llw'fc
(nr(rlpi jttlty Co. rtirtin" bc ale
ror.nis irut ami sayK ww avm-rai a
Joiik f-'re' mw i Jmiiftf' fa
able .than It waa1 at Kaarr. at. t
The Sun has cnmiiluted their Nd. 11
rig oir the' Owens farm and will spud In
Henry Riley liis built exclusive
iuartrs for his drilling crews.
It. O. Furlovv drilling contractor for
Chapman. Clark & Harbin Is doing
nicely on their No. .1 on the Johnson
lease hammerlug away at 400 fccL
' The Sun Snudded In ou their No. 1
ou tho Owens farm last Monday
The Texas Flpe-Llne Co. expect to
have a plpc-llae service connecting
with this wctlon very soon. If plie.
dellverlea aru'Um sclaHluk' hey will.
probably linvev .their line lustalhM hi-
side of two" M'W'V. .r
ChapHMrn Ula'fk&.:IUrliaihiie the
waterlulirjlhe ground' for their No. 4
rlf ou tiiorjohusbn leasej ilt.islK'lu
Hn"ry Itlley ww u'. visitor Monday
)nferrlIlg with his siiMrlntenden:
Thoiiuis (Irhir. - t
li."(ir. Fnftuer" ilrllllufoittrnctof'
forfhapipan (Mark & Httrhlu brought
in Nil 1 on the Owens farm with 'i
came Jn with a steady flow making
.(MO barn'ls. Every pcn4an' In this wee
'Hon b very much pleased IkjciIuw jof
.the suspense till well has. caused luc-
Ing the last week Sa? had becu inak
uk from r0 to HO barrels ajilay foe
about ten dam biit the shbt estabt
(llshed .pay on the.Owi'M irJi
.Snld she has M'dledllowii tirtm
' The Hi'iiry Ulley Well Mi. i on tlio
Johnson farm koL lift Until Uaptisui
Titi'Mlay afteriuMi.iKuhig i-ver the tftj.
'when Corey anil Benii.v' -cleaned her'
'out preparatory to stripping the works
tyhe slightly" hicreased her flo making
chlrWo V(K). 'V
Corey & Rcmley will drill the Utey
No'. 'J on the Johnson lease under coa-
jiract. They an' now moving a string
ht tools on thiv xrouml and rigging
OTTAWA July .'I.-A rcpresenla-
.lve of the Russian Soviet Bureau in
New' York while in Ottawa recently
was informed by otllcials then had
hcen no restrictions for some time on
CxiHirbj to Russia but the Camtdlau
(jOvcrnmcnt would assume no rcs'iou-
sllilllty. CIIANCE TO BOX WINDER
The l'nlou social aud nthletic club
of tbM cty has been besieged ! box
ers from all parts of tli country usk-
lug to be given the llrst chnuiv to lsx
the winner of .Monday nlg'i s contest
which will he staged at the Soutlwide
pavilion for the welterweight cham-
pionship otlin SouthwVst. . -
' The two main event are working
dally to be In the best -KiKslhlc' condl-'
tion.. und the .writer fccU absolutely
sure of a lmut thai will-make the fans'
nit. up 'Ititil tak'b notice. .' -'. i'
j Tbt; inn iaueuem whdios iiImi to l;i
'forpVthe-'public'tha't It will only sell
number- of nicuibcrshlu utrtU toi
iiuinlR-r of the pavilion Mtt.Uifg.
A provcsslou of ohl thuej's.ht'ailif
by' a baud of music met the train
ind escorted the visitors -to tlu malix
Woejie; uf . iicthiths. . f m .
. Families ami old friends were re-
united. Incidents of bygone days wee-
discussed aud rehearsed uut jlill
hearts were carried back to times that
brought (hem both Joys and sorrow.
The duy has been largely sicnt as ou-
There will be a special band con-
cert for the old timers at R. o'clock.'
affer which a procession wUI be-formed
to inarch to the lncomlug; txnini to-
welcome the many visitors who will
Join in closing the day which. wus
crowded 'with pleasure for alt jwrtl-
clpanls. The evening will he spent. In hccIiic
Uic carnival aud in various Ways.
Visiting residents native soils nnJ
daughters amPull (others Tlie ltrec!;-
vurldge American' Joints the city of
Jtreekuiirldge In welcoming you Icr lht
city and the new order of things. May
your lives be" long your v happiness:
great Mind jour visits reuuent.
mm)i oiiuiiro ui n:nv mcniy
tioou. jwIrk1 ot6r..tM rltC'wveralL
Thev MUnttHer tttfU7oi'(k'. ami
A .SACRIFICE' HIT..
'I ' ' I" t I1 ' I t I
In the baseball park at' vVilslifn;?
ton (iip old daipcy kjiown us Wash 1&
an institution. For years he has nut
missed a .game. Jn critical momuubiv
thlsVfoghoru voice from 'the bleacluinrr
ea' n be heard all over the ground.
'Xtti? pjay'rk jonj have bwn I'amlUarr
with lifts erles of admonition and mhw
.pllWUfi.fc&Mn!.9l uwori. J"
wl. Old Wash copies from . . j h
and his dally saUles show that- -
kteps nbrcust of current ik-wh regaifil-x
fi'g his race -riots" And lyuchluKs lilf
Last summer the Wiixhlj
was In a 'tight place. Tl
rttikf ksiiinhebas?fuU w
....'..' ..M...... I--.? ..... .i
uai oiny tone rnM(fneyu'-n4
capacity. Every fuiiNittcndhn; the et
iilliltlon will ta nrovlHed witli a.Vcftt
'audiiu tuudlug -rWnat will- tuc.idu.
tberforj it wpuhL be adisabn . se-
cure jyuur..mettberhlt .curds as soon
as possible so that the fans may be
assured uf a seat. .Membership cards
are on sale at Scott & poffcy soft
driaj wiUbllfckuicJit oii.Wjilki;r tnvt
flnHlilWjihens Hotels ijplidin'i the
rjiin mohii euiinaoHHiPon irecKinriiii;e
avenue and ut the fuibor Temple.
Mr. Howard J)uy from Wichita Falls
f Vvlir lefewi' the tw"b tirst'evcntA aut
:.tlnl miinar'cl'ftbe dlib K A.'Aibuu
of Brfcbenrldge will irfereo'the sen I-
Uualaiid the main event. .Mr. Adams
isjAvcllewough known lM'i;e that he does.
'not .need .any iccjal mention. Adams
lias rcrereeit ror years .mil is wen
'pialUlcd to handle the ring. Aduins
promises to keep tin boys going at
tori'speed and will uot tolerate Ally
-Word ii-heea rooelved front. Yutius
IJarrer Om-'Now Orleans Wlihiwlfid
that bo U working di(IIy at Schlieu
flnilutm'H tralnIj.K QUrters..and tho
(Juir city Is-determined to show the
Fort jWorth ioy wba. IiqxIiir Is. JJar-l The. yjce-proshlcnt of the Oil Work
era union. jr Anierjca t B. Hnrvoy
of Xft. Worth is in this city on an or-
cutuettv froiu 'Tciivcsri'V n"l
kuom -it: Ayres cot' two
ihe batter and there was a
fence u he wound up tu di1
i) next ball. It was suddenl:
byaiuit foghorn vpcp from th'
"Oh lawd. Mwyrilh)!--yon hear
pie iMister Doe J Jes'git dls one ovep
an'' you kltf'tyiuli mo tonight '"'
ick having" been in ten .ityjff j "'ffi 'f clever youmj;str Miaf known
ll'spinl in next week. Ciir'ey'Alnll the tricka of tho "gamo" nVid from
... .. ...
I'J (I IV L)ll 111 HIT lflll I.
'in the Brt'cktMirldgc. field.
e Jx-. Johnson
J cot. Kinking tfb
he ought to. copiv
crew havL Just
time to time Jmlias to thesorrow of
hlnf lIi)ouelitH .dcinoasirated that he
hcilrrlc a wlVkcrt jidjicIi'Iu etuicr hand.
.Ybpntr Ptxvldsop from De)iJ(it lui
capture! the fans of Ireckeutidge by
his clever work aguludt the JCffiSl
Who meoW f 'cotner'g at
show in holding Uio heavy
m Mn w .t Y9ft k-
The Mlllep A.JIlck well on the-
John Wlilte t'nir't'iihotit three-quarUsr
of 'a mlfu Koutliwest of the cltv In
the vicinity of tlu (Suaranty tlio l$n
and ilreckemidgc Oil and Oas- com-
pany' wells hit the lliuc Thursday ut
.'Hlld and went in forty feet for a 0(k
barrel producer. '
ANOTHSft NEW WARKIIOl'iJKjf L
The Uorscy ttlg aud Reel Coinr y j
r. I - A "- '
in armnging ror mo cmistrucci i.
a 'supply house ittjil viTliniisiJV'-rVv
t!-iii.LiiinlR tt lint v"- k N A !''..
V V 'V
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