Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex), Vol. 1, No. 69, Ed. 1, Friday, September 17, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY
VOL. I N. .
KKIX'KENKIDGK. STEPHENS COUNTS TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1928.
TOM L. UAXTEK OwncrEilltor
A lot of oil well are due to eofne
Id oh (he townlte wltliln the ne.tt
I thirty day.
. Some of them may Ik? heavy If h '
gas. nil ofviviu will have uiof or
lees pis. j
Also. ome of them may lum inkU
tU of ?is Hiiclt us found around itiMll
feet in tin east iut north ililc of)
town witblu the lut ftv weeks an
Cxpeetedly and with r-nlt- of del
rh-ks burning don ti.
A derrick lire In the congisted utrfl
town and a derrick llrv our In the
peH are two very dllTcrcitt nmlvrs
Aim a blE isiser with plenty ot
9 "pace around innl one with .i
jtroav f house it few hundred feet
c less distant Is iiIm niiother color
PROTECTION UP TO CITY-WARNING GIVEN DUTY FILLED
WELLS ON SAND DELAYED; PIPE
LINE RUN HEAVY; SINCLAIR RUMOR
OIL SUPERVISOR'S ATTITUDE MADE!
PLAIN; MASS MEET FAILS TO MEET;
MONEY AAILAKLE FOR
ECEED1NG CASH ON HAND
nt (ieu'ioHil to Ik? n false alarm t niceiing. ttHt tHtit. iHorur a he was i 0jn)4 ahead with temporary stn-'t
AtlltlHk- of the mayor who called iroiially ""'"J"! ? Mt Ml e lmprov ement-n pendlmc tin' iwvlng of
he meeting has lasm understood to had accomplished Ms untjr In full In thoroughfares with plans for the -lty
m- antagonistic to granting tin- nnltu- calling nttonlloH of property imm'n .'..'i.i-i. ...i. i. .f .-..-
KMi-e nskisl for the protection of ol In the city to danger and suggesting jn v ' . fiortiy ami enable a really
men. but It Is hiirnetl that he ami the u way of lessening It. effective method of iIIhimmIiir of. the
city commission are lucllies! to i.sik If thoy do not choose to eo tint i .. .illlini ...1 witi. thor home-
Ik llMltlultliLll jttlt.mj 11 afc iullllilllHiliI at U .' .... .
faroniMy upon smh restrictions a the protis'tlou steps lire considered at
will pro cut the building of hl.ues suggcsttii. tliat is their own affair
next to or In the Immediate proximity The naming has lieen given and 'hit
of oil storage tanks on city hhs-k. 1 Is all that can be done from the oil
This hits licen rally all that the oil division.
A m ! meetlnt: culled ly the mayor siiiwrrlMiv diiartment 1ms wanf"l:
tor Iat nl::ht M the Y M C A fa Hit I Klaboratli ih to include a treat tu my
to m.i. The Amerinui was blamed retrlctiotis have hcvn entirely volun-
In itrt. It belnc elated On the tre't tary on tlfe tuirt of pcrsjoas who have
that It failed lo kIw the iduc of the appeared to doxlre to make n Mc is-
incetliii; In lti auuotiihviucnt of the Kite oufof v hat If really n impte mat
all tat eenlne tor of refrilnluc from liuhtlni: a
DWtrlct SutHTvl'UH' SmitL of tJ- niatth itod sticking It under u pile of
1...... . .. . .... . .... -. -.
TwH4te drilling l hUlily lirollt-1 ' dlrWon of Hie nillro-iu touim- .ronHiiKtitiies in localities wiier mere
M to Hmny icople ownln;: lot la a """ Ul no-Hlth the mayor at the-inn iot ot luilammaiUe tump to Unni.
trM. wTicre drIUinx and oil an one phut for the imhs Hni-tlng. Mr. Smith' Oil Snpcrvl.-nr Smith wild UU
nUl (he tmtmy thlmt iim In tlie nodrj ( wax itiuitt Idaldy imt of town liKikln. morning ttMt he rcercttcd that he had
Iwff BreckvRrld! towiwlte. ' aflcr wljt un n-ixirtnl ii a im.i tirr not livvn W to nnwer the call "or .1
Also It l a dechletlly I1I2I1 rlk op I hut dev.'loted to W a fale alarm nuvtlnr. Imt tkat. lHofar a Vm was
cm t lea. TMm ) not a fact either.
uf etbtbtHHCHt after drilling 1 no
eempilftfecd. hut abundantly well
kMWR rtor to sfHiddlng In. Th" rLk
fc rmm; Into with eyes wide open.
lramtlo; idioHhl lw Uke will.
tlw xmhh oiK'tt eyed uud Ixild llK'nil
geaie cvchIbk you may llit a tit;
ttrette oh the fnmt porch and liW
vy. The tle- to Iwmrv a Ur ex-
tiBCuWdKr w 4ece of ho-e or a
MtWcIeat water !rtJitdy to Iteht Mn
wRk la the Iiwh. will Le CONtl S-.
wlH it lot of welts ami Ike town cx-
evyt tor 4e eMerxctHY favor f tlie
Almlnhtr. And that l owe i-mrw
irew whkh m Imnk will dI.t)HHt fa-
iBckk-HUlly the town hart annlrcl
' s4ce little chemical truck. tlHtcl
r4. wltk a rwnl lively lt''u nttaeh
WMMtt ad HMd eMtKohkrvii xkhts.
It wa ontered wkeH tho town wa
cwwvamtlvcly I km'e iHt-. Its Wis-
M(H brother 0M)tht to h' on Ike way
hce now. The little fellow mljckr le
intunuate for h ovcrlnmlctl inninut
riNMler. but It if t tlie pnwHt
JHwheitrkke 4ae at all.
Mitt wore IwpartMHt l the Inatter
trf koe hHtl a jMiHdlue pHaMH'" ' '
heat BwderM type.
Aad a water Ibie 10 hitch eu to.
Xie hehue wrwHrd tlwt is aile-
qwtc. abd everybly aihuitltoit. vx-J
Mt thAt frow Clear Fork. Imt pyt
tb(C 1m11bk 1r the way of that exi-e
Hie liH.nripUwa of the Uktix-t! i:f ttw
lannrr sredetl t put over tlw Breek-
wirWwe Water Company.
' Mtru jh imhKcribed for tlw re
I MH(IK IO ItHVe eCKHM et srvir
ynwer in aivMMB aim rn.
rer i mre mh tejH- eim'r
The ilty ha.s money to spvnd fur
Its Immediate uccN. even though It
han't pit It.
1 'oiwiHpu ut upon the plan announc-
ed In tin- American last week for the
ralslnjr of SIO.IIOO credit on the tme
of emergency notes and Hiihxcu'ii'nt
action uIoiik that Hue br the city com-
mission. bank have made available
City u 11 mints dniwu on the ad-
vanced funds will be perfectly tood.
No one ms.l have any fear of dis-
count or any Icseiiluic of obligation
calhil for iti face value.
AvntlablMty of Ihe money embles
llcHrts fmui dllTercut parts of Me men as tliorouehlv complete tlu a
Held today with ('eral wells on ihe xcmhlliu; la lug a masterpiece of p.
sand and preimrliiK to drill In. tndl- lKTtnexs and good Judgmeut Tin -o-cateil
thai delays in preparation r mi 'operators are out to make a ri-o.il
otic minor cuttle and nuothei would 1 lit getting down to the sand iuI im"
hold up seu'ral .tew prodiuers that past i'lerfornmnces to their ircdlt
were e.xjiocted to be making oil into witlch make It a good bet that they
the pljie lines today . 'will win In the present instance
hooting of the Peeks well 'Hid if I
the JohtiMin well In the city wasio-t- (.'ASSL'lt 1)07 KOK KEi'MKS
pouetl from tiMlay until tomorrow' for
more raoruble wn.lUIoM. Molli of Tu 1xaH Ccm F
HiCKe wcun are 1.1 tinnniv.ii.Mi mm a.i . ... ... . 4. I......I.... t
CAKLO l) OF FIRE
BEING RUSHED HERE
A xolld carload of lire extinguish
ers Is on the way to the city.
As much Is learned from a well In
formed Insurance hourve. The Infer-(
Gl-rr YOUR WATER
SUPPLY GOES FAST
The ljtudreth Comiwny Is making
rjipid work with getting Its main '.vat-
er linen through the city.
Properly owikts along the lines arc
' ' Mutative mac hoso mwtc ne
hrwawht la ayhow as na nHXllhtry to
Ike pcemHiT Hre backet protcetloH plan.
fHk m waer for the hHcteet amd no
MkkeU'if there were wtitr. I
t PreHreHt come W JoH
ence Ls at the wmc time that Insur ial-o ranking rapid work of getting
anv Hinicvt an resioiislhli for tlr'lthelr appllcuthiHS In for M'rvlce.
"hlmicnr. L In both Instances It Is well. The
The lty w-as not consulted. The i water line caiiHot 1h completed tin)
snruHee ctmiwiiles hud enough ntssl qnlckly foi the welfare of the eltv
lo pNtect their own Interests to set I through 'he temporary and pttrtlv
to It tliat tlie eaterprLe was provided ladctinate relief tliat will be given
to send In the- extinguishers. While while Hm property owihr who delays
they do not appear anywhere In llu' about getting In his application nud
vjH'ry set H-y are iiudoulittilly 'rcvhinc nssuramx' of service Is llki'-
aiixlous tor the arrival of the car and jly to Mini himself out of luck
the early ami general dlstrtbiHlou of; It was slid Mil morning at th
Its content lntHetwu. iljiadrvth CowpHRy ofl'es in the First
dlately necessary work. Inclusive of
a toiMiotch activity ir.iuipalgn In get-
ting the alleys cleaned In the latter
connection. It Is to be stated tn.it
much Improvement has lieen mule
during the present week and that the
scavenger deiwrtuivnt and new city
sanitary olHeer are getting in good
licks. Nevertheless there remains
InleHty of stench and many open slmi
receptacles stamllug 111 tlie alleys ior-
the cultivation ot the ny aim nioiuno
trllMs and their clllclent propagaUou
of disease germ".
Clearance of sidewalks 011 severil
of the ktrects of stored junk broken
ilown n nt os. trucks machinery aud
dlscanhil lutnlK-r ami other building
materials comprising tire danger nud
a menace to the limbs of iiedeatrlans.
along the dark thoroughfare at uUht
Is another step the InaugMratlon of
which Is Itoocfully anticipated -ind
which It Is understood ls to licglu at
srtrssw saw r &sjfifS "S
In and was making very good showing "ini" t ItjdllMsaheiivy producer.
for lante production. the report.
however lacked continuation. Person-
well Informed as to the situation -it
the well declined to accept the repot t.
believing that It will be next week be-
fore the well will lie ready to drill in.
GOING INTO DEVELOPMENT
GAIN TO PIPE LINKS
If the lHNr&B4- coKiiunlcs arc
anxious for Hw early phtclwtof the
shipment of exttaVHfcdtcr tkoe cur-
rying Hiltclcs In the city sbotthl he
Mill store eager far mme of them Iwve
anything like enmigh written In their
policies lo cover their Ions 1r tlie
evcHt of a C6uftagratkii Jrrance
here la J ropottwm to sfecV-s MTrrhil Is
saMto-WaJfent the same' ipropwrttoH
as that ht Turner ia fact lev where
a Iukh ot! PmSlfW by Are WedHustlu.v
uiondag wax wffset by a total of .W.-
The carload of extinguishers will
jhiMVkwa few tlays. CommeatlnK
hH' nie lioMor tlxUtv. nil luxnruiut
RtaH Mid tmt his advice would be to
' rmy onUkly. lie declined to express
JM0MIR GETS BBSSRY1W any oinmoti nto whether the activity
WtWlNG FHMX AN KATK 'h cetllne the extlnguNhers hen'
s iB.v-n a i: ctbvt might ininrate that the lusuntiue
rARENT 3M '""inHmiimiw 1taI Ucldetl to revoke the
1 tentatlv ultimatum of a week ago
otv 1 . suirUni oiniu tlHliO HMk'r whh-h It wus tirniMisl ti lit
w ik . . a . & 1 ..... u.llltf ii. itrJr- i y . ..t i.i.wi iL.. -ti . . 4
"hrtlie hh almost lHtmraiatrly a nut the lHffk nt Unskciirldge lire iu-
pmvftce that km -gHlBrmt x oh thc suniHce.
u.. a iiu .it.iun muklut f ralerttit'v .
.h. nmLarai rnMiit;-rf wMnn 1h the'
m "WeilHeiter night wh.ii a young
MOORK JfmSVRIUES AND
tWGHS CLEAR FORK W.VTKR
f..ta YA v - - -- - ..!.. II.... . . ..
1a flfWt til the Ftnt NattOHHI I tti.u nkutnir .Him.lMii .l.. .- Vnnn
' tkMHk received a In-atlng h eom'e- HastUaJ t ook after his laip-irtint
. W Mrt - -erve -mm a ier- lBtri'sts h. tM Held. At wvw.Mr.
DNMMt crefT aK of hhiaat 1h tlie Moore b Mic mwt of Hi ttas to
ttmu. coHstmctfoH of a big tcH lack list
me -ywHHC itatfa. mm 10 e a i"- frost tike JWLausw Gas CW. t the
njtwlact and Rot or newi-oaters to the pywer Bftt of the Texs Usht Jc
. dMnr.nrart kMttK with other eo-R seat 1uvpr Jko Kuisttuul Mir.. U .
to fcwwt ot the iwrk wbhi m jhhhk niil live wire Im tlie i-HMnctia -oMv!-
hMfer ane akmg- "n hntevw hi re- im 0j tht. f4i rWhls of th State and
Marfka weru. fhey cause h to stop wjlle ben In entering heartily ra the
" n -eafMmC As It hapt-Hco. mr cawylpt Htm sidwcrip-i .u 4he
fNwr also itflffHi wuh aer. ii emy
tmt a. RMiHWt. lie ; sot ht aetioH then
MHt worked real hard and Htectlvely
AK"tVe wxt s-venO mlaHtw. Tie
jjuilj- -sMtM hart ho chaHce with tlie
-Mle8 at sy sfaae m tH. cimi1
N2ti0n.il tktnk building that th" aiv
ptlcatloiis mw on Sh' at)t cover th
amouat of water tlutt the company
can fHrtiWti Propertr owncjfs who ex-
IMt't to make connection witu 111c
ma las and receive water from them
Have no time to Jose aliout gettlBK
is and altemllhK o the matter. Houte
of them are gidmt to he teo kte at
bet. lor it Is already evWeftt ihHt
tle riNiulnweMts an iar In excess of
the amount of water the company cuu
liooslbly deliver ami tliat without
Iwrtilv Mepplng from the more om-
gest'd irt ot the city.
TEXAS PACIFIC AFFIRMS
COMING OF ITS TRAINS;
OCTORER I IS NEW BATE'
"We thought we would liave Te.vis
PaclHe tTnias Hi here by ihe 1.1th tail
It now looks like October 1. Tlut we
are going to be here with train service
Just aK quickly as we can you may
state "with the utmost postlvcthH.
What e da want to tw however and
will do. 1- r come In with llrst !ais
MTks- and continue ois'ratlug as a
Hrt 'Mltss service. It Is coHsWcnnl
pteWtali'e to do this byfar efen If we
are deuynt a week or two In actnully
NftWlne the whlsile aud cntllHg ;iH
a'hoMTA 1 the town."
t) R. Wcbli. assistant gemTal pas-
sctiker nx ut of the Texas Paciftc yave
Hie t1)xx statement to the Aiaeclcati
TMluy. lit Is In BrcckpMriOge hraktug
Hie general sltwitloH ever xtWhag Mt
(IHatnteil aud extendJuK asunrances ta
the- lmlness eommHMit? liMlaslve -C
the 'hvrse oil lnteret tliat Texas tpa-
eifle wants to he In twMch with them
WORK STARTED ON
WALKERBRING ON AID
Considerable Increase is lielloYed ;o
have been made of oil Into the pipe
Hues this week and It Is antlclimcd
that the next reports will show a
gain of luiiiortamv over any previous
week unless there should be ea-dng
off tomorrow ticca use of some plin
line closing fault that Is not now In
prospect. All of the lines m far s
reported are operating ox-elleuly
with plenty of pumping support be-
KIGGLNG UP EAST
Dan Dillon and K. II. Winston as-
''oclatHl in oil production ami develop
ment In the northern tields with higli
success during the last few years lefc
yesterday. Mr. Dlllun for Oklahoma
City and Mr. Wlnstbu for Dallas.
They will return here Monday when
they expect to bring lease negotiations-
to a closo aud enter immediately tipou
development operations In the Held
They covered the latter thoroughly
ditrlng the week and upon leaving
were free in declaring It to tppe.ir
more attractive than any other In the
country at this time.
City Street Commissioner Caldwell
today has two teams going with :i
crew of men lllllug In tlie worst of
the lmlca oa Walker street and" grud-
lag ugalmrt the cotatng of more rains.
A Ford tractor offered for srvi-e.
aad. other tractors si-rtiiers drags and
an o"r ctiuipwuMi umi uj v
around and subject to tender in aid
of tbe city work couccrning the xol-
uiitcering of which there was cousfd-
erable comment of highly favorable
character during the extreme lamldy
spelt'm which plans were being maUC
for work when dry weather caiue.
will doubtless now lie received .vlth
pleasure In materiallaHsl forci. Thei-e
Is no end of rooui for oipilpment and
help hi correcting the street sltuu
The work being done will provide
a big help aud there Is prayer on the
part of traHe people and residents
along the thoroughfare that the good
weather vontlnues. long enough to lior-
nilt wmvli'llon ot a Urst clasu Job.
t). 11. Foster Is rigging up on I'oek-
erell No. I leaie immellately east of
tbe Humble' Moon camp. The well
will be nn offset to the Humble' W.
II. Collins No. 1 now delug about ft a)
barrels from depth of almut IfctK)
feet Th' Flnley Drilling Co. has the
contract for drilling the Cockoroll J.
Field superintendent Illlderbrandt of
tbe Foster interests Is nn old Texas
Co. man and widely experienced. GWi
action tnd results on the property are
anticipated. 3Ir. -Foster. Uaa hlsjdfl
estabUshwl in the iJuarauty Hank.
Itlick 41 roMirted tmlay depth of
.KXI feet tnd the drilling going excellently.
I.ee Elley assistant oil supervisor
goes to Cisco today to remain over
Sunday in that city. He will return
Several toll bridges put tu to over-
come bad stretches of bottomless mud-
holes are receiving the um and com-
mendation of operators teamsters ami
PWretC CO. IMPROVEMENT
TALK SOUNDS GOOD; RUSH
NEW LINE IS THE ORDER
LEARN OF NEW WELL
.1. M. JaekMM president and man
ager of the Unit Oil Co. owning le-ie.s
la Haskill and Shackelford counties
upon which arrangements are being
made to drill received word today of
the bringing In of a well within a
thousand feet of one of the Shackel
ford leasee. Presumably It Is the deep
test well of the Ptulrle north of Crys
tal Fall which was expected to dvtll
In tills week. Mr. Jack-on has no do
tall as yet concerning the new vro-
ductioH. At a meeting last night Ids
eouipaHY decided iiimiu the pur'-biue
ot u slrhfl; ot tools uud the Immediate
begituiliig of operations.
Ttt ADD TO PRODUCTION
Messrs. McMeans and Vance of the
Humble offices in Cisco have been
here this week checking up the Hum-
ble field affairs related to their de-
partments. They return home todur-
Arrivals from Leeray reiiort in
creasing activity in tliat locality enit
! wc sm.ritw-i iie. wijl.ua witR UhW xyr -fl rff tlie
to-hleli lie n made hMMrriM sul-' ' !... n ..0- i- .v i.ti.i-...i
Klitniw. . .i- ... ...ii KrlTr nVfT flu. 'fSHi
iwr fork irr iHiu iritJtmrnii -.- witu tu imm idn-titifin In
1 wr " ! f- ..-
' Cur 111 una fl.uaaa m feaJ .- l
T I ! -WTWW A tW -W V1V .rx- rfftI.f.I.-J. .! UA.A.UI IIUltW ''
ved thejHor. I Trrmu; y urtWrt to that Mie jet K w 'welm""-lf 1 "l we. i'h-V
jtioMWue y -"e "nrmT ... 1Ws me a wn' way - .' - . r w-rw ..
iltiiM 'the ihHBK. who m ai-iWTrr. j 3 Hlckly. MChv haltd S.'" "! ." " ' .'..ii Jim -w 1...
... ...A -J.1..U..U- W Ua U.1IUA. . .1. . .. - m ... ... .'.JfcJh rK IV .'". . an... H.a.
II ta7 FWW" 'J kn- v....-. K1M M. u lHUIIIHr IM MM ilfrrH III
CtnNw a eort Hial for mHfder pnll
rfWlHeaMtoveWHtthetrtlmlyi.. u hltlt ttH . .. r Cn ZT I
M the Mc wh fftim Ma iiwnWJient
-n ymiiwcr ime was asM-twl t.i 11
Kt4r. -HcwMti'-oC eiwrtIirathMi 1r
lt ynwit "hviy rhe -hihh tke h-
ri in 1 Ul th railroads must deliver. As
nke Ull t-.s lilejHtre Is- f 1!H
I IfM-eatlve-T.hrlng to - tie- Hni-d h ' f0'0
r wW amHen the drastk' tint J i i. ftrKt ii. thai u
aamikMc treatmt to the Hih-. .a.t-j .-in.rv Vs iu imntUii that.
t W Rot aTwWiWWe. wmw tae omiinr-
44 ae aa4e R a -W vei Ihk-
JAJt; Ml Wilt TinWK OT
HtolvrHTr In 11
work 'Is not available -jnd er if it
vretv h btimlHfuriM nTe sticri tlut
Iwui.lr itt iImvvb bt th hottom-
W rrtwrns..-The' iMjwta ifce4-. . .... . .'- '.t. .a
iVflrtuVUimmvm HW-lifUiiil V w ..o-n titnNirut 1.vrliA li.
miMk r1m Water mK-L '" . "... "JjL . ; '
drihMme welht jUmg the k.t f lrZr. ...' t.i . . 'nl.Ma.i
fv? irenn' iiwii ti 11 iitt. srA.v- i" wrc iwr"''
VU I r'rmMn. hM4 atU tet fcie
ht Ki Wi'iwi'i'iWty y Mh shtWTs
:mkr Ht wwe' 1aM fa fhe Wreak
n r t m
' TymrfiY 'wiarm. wiw worn ut
. 9mn4 tlMrfHrfchv wawnc. TWoai
1 AHMNNC 'fWCNvr mvrn mm C7-ijr m
tthose wlui put tbe llm tkMssck wtW
iRf iir win aiiae pnmiK-e itnr - . . - ...1- mnrr t.
Hhhc hx. oh record with regard lu-" 1 nTway
clear to tlw onerattoH of trains. e
J. E. Lewis ot the Texa Vower Oho-
Twhv rettiniwl to Kastktwl yestenlay
ToHowIhr a cowple of daxs In the Mil
looking over the situation of the
Kreckenridgi' plant of tlie eotmpauy;
toverwhelmisl with badness and wiuble
to keep anywhere Bear the hlk thr-J
oam or service the -company itenes
to extend. t
Mr. Lewis saW hefore ileiwrtUHt
that the aduute he Tfet to 4eplnmc
ami teleieraiih tsrvfe at Kat1nd lie
iHteaded Uirnlug fce winti wltli crtlrt
for action for the Immediate Tellrt of
the Brerrtatrldge stltnathm. That he
wa as tsI as hi werfi w InfonHA-
thm brought hnv todhy by twie who
happened to he the nMcr at East-
lawl wbnt l.iwi arrlvett last nlgnt.
Ia his talk with tlie lieail offices Mr.
Iii-wls flris'ted the "undertaking of sv-
eral lnwaedlate -nn-pfi -vv'Wh writ Vrlp
the Mtnallon here iiihI callel for u
great thwl Hnire lie iireiarretl far .t
"Ilreclwiirlilge Mmply must have its
power Owe rnsheil from Katlatid
Nothing "jih lie permlrtisl to stand In
the way. It w a matter of utter ue-
"VW A ltutts rl.v president of the
Scotrli Syndicate of Ft. Worth is in
Ttwckenridge looking over the Jlebl
xrttli u view oC taking hold of ai'rettge
for his company and starting drilling
operation at an early date. The
Scltch Sjadlcnte lias prodU"tlon 111
Slurkbiirnett but expect to Increase
their holdings by entering the Urtvk-
im; REFINERY PL.NT
A ...... .
u new movement stalling in iowan
the norih and east as a result or tue-
Lone Star development 011 the Wright
0H.rator" have made exceUI'tit use
of the lutter part ot the wwk's lm-
proved road conditions In getting cas
ing 1111.I oilier maieniiis 0111 iroiu i"
city to the lease. A irretit iUal ot
this trallle has movetl aim me stiuiu
tlon Is reisirtsl mmii easier -is to
supplies In all operating localities
t im 11 11 wisk uini. when there was
severe shortage prevulent as the re-
sult of continued rain and impa-
HOTEL HRIVAt 7
" Colonial; . J-
Mrs. Nellie HaU)iu Eastland; B. -It.
Thomas K. . Cousins Jr Straww;
O. It. Fortney and wife. IV l.eon; S.
Wheeler L. Wheeler It W TaHiott
Wichita Falls; J. A. Elkiti Iloustotu
The M relinery the Texas corii.utiv
is building at Parks will not lie -'oui-pleted
for at least three mouths mon.
When turned over It will stand ts one
of the bes. ulantK in tlie country. C011-
Htrnetlon Is going ahead excellent'y-
Materials have been made avail ible
for Mime time as rapidly as needed Mild
are now on hand well In advance of
requirements making It possible to
(Attain the maximum in speedy work
HERE TO DEVELOP
Dr Mnssle prominent ami suvMs
foi nil operator of Wichita Falls left
eewdty that the Hty; ad tV' fleblA and 'yestenluy In company with Mr. Master
IN riTTHHURCA SHOW
Ww 1tleve tliat wilt he OH or Tefore
MITQM MIR CRNY ! iM "ur
nMMOw from SMImMiw CMt are h RBW. " ri SW lT3KMilNIi
T" . .. -v I -. ' .. . . ... . B " .
MR; HMMMWMtlr. fr Fm4e Imt ! ansei ny rxwmwi rewau-- pvtti u. 17 -Vreilerkk flies-
aner M' arrt when e KiitRt r -mmem-v -mu rmmtmtt f rW AaerkiH mrle4
1A...1 . ....I... . .JF TUt Til ri lllll II Tl llll tM. J- -. u . ... -r ---- - .
'" " """" .WT.? "5". " . l.T j-W V. ... ' .."lewiM. Heit "hi Hwlhterlawl on Mept. I.
K the tmrK lor mm. f . iiiwww : wnevn mmr oa nn --j B advice retsdve I U-AT
tkirreAI thfa mJmvtaw. HmWrfK "w 1.- ? 12 IT L?JlLl.iT?I:
- ' - j . j rt 1 1 rn 1 rwr f- - - ...m...'..
IM wim mm www nm ip aefi w-
' -v tell ma a wrtaes. KwiW The me cost per m
Wkea ttr&ti'J Wi ilnwnlity ImI tm a hy tMmfmi? hi hwt 21 i-h
1 wi wr cwm by the Frwtch government
I Vketor 1'iwverv itartMCjlw Ht Mlhl'l -
.J........ J fpnslvt w here he was badly g-KSd.
0rL'2 fTfw"t 5lJrXlrwIsV Kii The body will ta. hurW in the tfttr
nill.iM4 by 2ty ' Jf ...?? Wyfygf. SIJm k lEw-ik- I1. New Ywrkftttty. '
uuwr mom abkf mwnn .i . -"-t- :. - - : ----- 1 - -
of mm artieMM ot 1.000 enter t
r- ! ABHHV JFIfBBMWw & IV v .
J tha uii KiIm iiiralna to 'b JaMT .tut
HMTB -OAe'ol th ratro4 tmc 'tifl th mwn1 tttyiywi. m4
iTiilrir hw. H iwiewtered wkn- ' f "" Mil . f
g if aijfl'-wttlioek U i.J.RMit bat ttopM
operator lOtont It shall have greatly
Improvisl xtviit at once. Tliey hit-
walteil' patiently and ?;atlence ulti-
mately reuses to lie 11 vtrtite. Action
must Im had ami' all rash that can be
gotten loto the work most tie pnr
Tills was something aft.er the Hi'in-
Hef'of the talk Mr. U-wlS had In his
dlrvtlHie.visapHrlfy with the coatyHRv
when he called In to Ft. Worttt last
Right according to tint report hroiwht
0 FUNERAL HELD
Funeral services of the Christina
chHrch were held thbi morning by the
pastor nt 10 ocbwk at the Hreekei
for a vlit to Eastland aud "Kaiwr
They will return tomorrow ur Mus-
sle is one of the number of Wichita
Falls oil men who have come heic
recently to bsk (things over tnd '
elded to remain. He expects to it-
qulw lease holdings and begin develosi-
ment within 4 short time.
I.OOKS LIKE KKAL THING
A. W. Thomas and wife C .V iMi-
lltree. W. A. Sheuts. II Cuffrey I T
Cherry. C F. Kinney. Hanger It K.
Klmberlatu. W F. Meyers Ileruniv
Okl.. Mrs. Pearl Oder. Kansas City;
C. W. Ellis. Cross Plains. Mrs. Cliff
and Fay Uuiton Abilene: Hen Fniuk-
el. Cisco; Mrs. A. U. Story New Yo-k;.
It. L. Bonner. I)e Leonr t T Dick-
son II. 0.tKeegan. Ft. Worth; P:
Hershfelt. Carlyh 111. ; tl. K Hookoiv
Uastlaud; J. L. Hayi'S Ft Worth.
A. W Walker advertising manager
of tlie Oil Reporter of Wichita Fall.
Ls Ik Rreekenridge'ln the Interest if
Jits paps'r Mr. Wnlker came down
with the party ot Wichita calls on
men who have lieen Iioklng over the
Ttt-uolritiirliltro Uplil fun H Dust jtV
nuae cemeiery over me i.ooy or itosa-. Wys. Mr.. Walker says that Itre-'keu-Ik
Elliott who died In the city Tueo- rWK rtRi(iitls hint of the early day
oay louowing an operation ior mej of Wichita Falls and lJurkburnetr tnd
reuci or appemiiciiis. a iiumoer
friends of the young woman
rue jum'nw. ( Jn rrclUS-
Perry Frlck. S. H. Shelly. II V.
Smith. Mrs. ilelle Ludus. W s (ininf
P. Miller. W. M. Harrison Mrs C H.
Merry. Miss J. Summers O V HnlL
Etlle Redmond. W. 0. (irnir. Fort
Worth: A. W. IJlllIiigsIey. Desdemmu;
Ren Ikishur Amarlllo; .1 P West
Eastland; W. A. Sterling. Wichita
Fulls; W. W. Sterllngr Oshk -h ( Ihm
Tiirnbow. New York: A II Klrl.y
Austin: J A. Lewis S.in Antonio M.
O. Jaco'iy. Dallas; U Eppler and wife
Gorviun; 0. II. Peiinett. Minneapolis-
NOW THEY HAVE HAIL
33 MAY GET OUT OF JAIL.
attendrsl to e th. bWMt ol 1M)()l evr optl(Hl Jf " ""
FRAY0MT IK fUtmCH
MKSttm KAMItOM. VktmH. IT. Folnca han- tive mil for wdIeatlo.i
miNCAWK WWJLD RKJHCT
RKTURN T rRKftllHCNCY
IWRL-v H'tt. . IT.- Ex President
M. .1. "Kliune. ovi'iier of the tools
LSfiOtsiatPd with Kills Onsn of Miner tl
WMMEfir 1 M petrr hi" hVttn Hta letter lrwhch he eatlea!ly il-fWeUa aH? Jld Callahan of IX-mU'-
TntMs L 4ar tmmt m wottM iwt curltlcr re-.tfyw. srmsI Ir today on tlie ouHi
la tm typayw rfc paaaWfiTr even In the '4 Mtrk tuiitAmm the Castks8.ni.
-. ' .vei. g. a arjcfiiPwaai erataa. rnmr I'liHmintiW paiwea wpon ny on
mma 'raw- mm
b.1 5 .. Z .-17
1 uum ' aaa nM rams
1 ww&t WPfMaaHf BaRBBjtaj
NEW YORK. Sept. IT The Am-
erican Civil Ljhortv union today nn-
nouueed that a foU.UOO blanket ball"
fund to rehasf the thirty-three re
orf.-on has beii raised IJiey
were among the llll convicted at tlse-
f- '"r-ti tousplrae trial ut rnicngo in.
There urc sixty-live mm' meinwn.
of the I. W. W. held J'i U-avemoith-who
wre convicted ui hu'nmentoi.
Cat. and Wichita. Ka.
As th4r canes !uv'k l-o ipiniiUrt
and ktltJII nn attempt mt be made
to ohtalit thk releis".
k.t - -0 n " ' r
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