Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 364, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 18, 1919 Page: 2 of 10
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TKMPLK DAILY TELEGRAM, TKMPLK, TEXAS, TUESDAY .MORNING, NOVEMBER 18,191H
itls what Instant Postum
First, as to flavor—pleasiitf
Second, as to health—it's a
great comfort not to have
any disagreeable after efc
?or goodness, convenience
n WEST TEXAS
SAX ANGfXO IIOPF.8 ARE BTILL
STRONGLY CONTESTED BY
Bun Angelo, Tex., Not. J7.—Twen-
ty-gin to six was tha score by which
San Angelo high school's foothHl]
eleven "nturday afternoon «limln«tod
plana t« drill a dbep taat of at Uaat
2.000 feet, aa aoon aa contract could
be lat, and materials moved to the
Watch our window* tonight and our
ad tomorrow for ibe moat prnritoible
piece of advortMmr you have ami
and read In months and montba and
Desdemona, Tex., Nov. IT.—Plains
Oil & Oaa Co. No. 1 Worford, north-
eaat corner, southeast of Ranger
road, drilling for the lime at X.911
feet. No. 1 A. P. Nash, near aouth-
weat corner, drilling for the lime at
These wells are located
one mile eaat of the Lewis well, and
their coming in la very Important
8weetwa'er high from the race for' rela No. 2, ono location south of No,
the 1913 title In this section. Sweet- | j( setting 6 5-8 at something over t0 ,hj# part of the field
I California-Texas Oil company No.
1 A. P. Nash, southwest corner, drlll-
waicn our windows unufciK ana nr, |ng Bt 90o feet. Ross. Hoover and
WHter had previously won over Mer- . t.ttt feet.
Icel. Stamford ami Big Springs, wiiu-n
teams In turn had oefeated other
*A for tlie most profitable Bandera No."Y Brown.~northaait cor
only aeilous contender that ramalna. pjp^ 0f advertising yon hnvc Been nar too. moved out aDDarentlv to
this squad having beaten Angelo. 8 #l)(j pooj jn mmnjjg a„,| months nnd* abandon
to 8 ten dayi ago. A return game II)()M„1M. JARRELL'S.
will be pluyed here Thanksgiving
Slnclalr Consolidated Oil No,
deraon, O. E. Moore survey, aouth
line of aoutheast 40-acrea, setting 618
inch casing at 2,848 feet. I
Mary Elisabeth Oil Company No. 2
day. General Oil C'<». lifts Rig Well.
Gordon A very'a 70-yard run Ratnr- Wichita Falls, Tex., Nov. 17.—Con-
dav featured the Angelo-Sweetwater flrmatlon of earlier reports that the
battle. Following the sprint, Ney- j Genera) OH compuny haa one of the , . .. , . ;
land Allen carried the ball over for )arKegt wc.tia ever brought in here on ^ndreson, aouth Una center of north ,
the first touchdown. Other players jt« go-acre tens* in the Red river "-acres, offsetting 81nclalr-Ander-
croxslng the opposing line were W. bPd wag llllidc by o), grouts, officials 8on No' *' dril,ln* 1,923 f*et for
C. Weddell, Thurmon Treadwell and I of fhe M(l(,nolu oil company, former 6®1bftIr?,#-
O. Taylor. Dent Brail, made Sweet-
wflter'a only score In the second per-
AGAIN TODAY FOLLOW THE CROWD TO TEfll-
PLE'S GREATEST SELLING EVENT
THE ECONOMY STOPt
Afire Near Bangs
State Treasurer Ram Sparka and In-
terested nearby leaseholders who saw
the well go roaring over the top yes-
terday. The well haa shown such
I Allendale Oil company No. 1 rear lot
north side Main street, shut down
; at 1,965 feet.
' Lucky Thirteen Oil ft Refining |
(T*mpl«T.I*sramBp.cl»l.) | production at S 000 to 5,000 barrels.
Bangs, Tex., Nov. 16.—The vicinity ] a test will be made next week Imme-
of the big oil fire near here on the , dlately storage is completed. Pipe
Banta Fe railroad has cooled off and line connections with the company's
pressure the past three day, It can- company No. 1 Andreaon. Gaudelupe
not be completely choked down. It college survey aouthe-stcorrusr. aet-
waa turned loose twice within ten Un* •*lnch "■ta*?'8®° fwiU
mlnutea yesterday and spewed Its 8,un N°- 1 Moore north-
black column through the crown and fft8t " ul'lt Ji
block each time. Spectators estimate J;"° fe8t' 0,,"et t0 MUcheU
Production company No. 2 Anderson.
Transcontinental (Tex-PennJ No.
2 8hort, offsetting Comanche North-
ern No. 4, drilling In at 2,670 feet,
FROM AUSTIN VISITS \7V
ERAL RURAL SCHOOLS NEAR
(Tmple Ttlesrara Special )
Georgetown, Tex., Nov. 17.—A team
Instructors along interscholastic
lines from the 8'ate univer-
sxtension department v.slted sev-
WUUamson county rural schools
past week demonstrating their
the company were Miss Stoltz-
Mlsa Peevy, W. J. Kirk, and L
all of Austin.
first visit was to Caldwell
its school, a few miles from
awn, Miss Bessie Woods,
The Austin party was met
■ly Ills following frswi Qyerge
: Miss 8anders, county school
itendent: Mrs. Joe Hudson,
attendance officer. Miss
Williamson county home
Jon agent and Miss Maul-
In talks, plays, songs, games, etc.,
children were instructed and en-
throughout the morning,
at naon. the patrons of the
who were also present, spread
. delicious picnic luncheon for vla.-
and children. The exercises
continued in the afternoon and
sanity meeting was held at
conducted by the State uni-
On Friday, the team visited the
at Florence carrying out prac-
the trains are running on regular. refinery at Wichita Falls are being r"ak "g L°00.000 feet of
schedule today. Yesterday morning' ruahed. At least fifty new drilling snowinsiw oil.
at 11:45. s oar of rnsnrne rawht »>e 1 locations have been made In tho vl- .. 8" J> ? „y °r N0
tically the same program, which was and exploded, setting fire to six other cinlty of this gusher,
generally pronounced very helpful to ln the frWjfht t^aln. In alli four ty - -
both pupila and teachers. 1
BIG LIVESTOCK DEALS
AROUND LOMETA NOW
(Tempi* Telegram Special.)
Lomcta, Tex., Nov. IT.—Hufstlt-
cars of gasoline, a car of lumber and
I an empty car were completely de
about dark last night, as there was
1 Carr. on the
thousand feet south of Comanphe
Northern No. 1, Betting 6-inch casing
at 2.62S feet.
Skelly-Sunkey No. 5 Hogg, derrick
Two New Producers.
, Desdemona, Tex, Nov. 17.—Twe
atroyed, making a total damage of b'K are In west of Desdemona. i burned to ground. Engino was saved.
85.500 and about |S#0 damage to They are the Skelly-Sankey No. 2. on Origin of fire unknown.
the track. »thi Anderson leaae, which is reported | Humble Oil and^ Refining: company
No one Went around the wreck until flowing 1.200 barrels, and the Sinclair I—J. A. Brown No 1, 1.570. white
well on the Foot tract, which Is di- 'Wtnd, No. 2, 309 blue mud. W. E.
the Hiraiw-RanVAvi Brown No.l. 2050, top of lime. Cook
Nelson have Just closedla -feaVof" further" explosions, and'aa^^ It rectly north of the Skelly-Sankey I Brown No.l, M50 top of lime.
^ I rn",t0" w,hlch ^ was uncomfortably warm In the well, and is said to be making 500 N°- L 7". b|Ue Jiale, D C,'
will feed hero and ship to markat 4 neirhborhood for some time i barrels initial flow from the top of 6, black slate, No. i. 195
I the lime. There Is much drilling ac- Kray sands; E. 8. Davis No. A6, 230,
tivity In the immediate district. War- white slate; B4. 2.740, black slate,
ren Wagner has a we'l on tho Italian Ellison No. 8, 2,684. gray lime; No.
. Duke tract that is reported good for M80, black slate; No. 11, 1,500,
Mat/WPPf"inOr a settled production of 1,000 barrels, black slate; No.12, 2,688, black lime;
ITICUILUS meeting t0 tbe north of the Italian Duke No. 18> 2.465( pa, lime; NO. 17, 852,
well Is the Mary Elizabeth well No. | blue shale; No. 20. 425, white lime.
2. which la reported in a 1.000-bar- | L _8,®00 ^blacjt sa'iili
deal for 2.000 mutton which they w„ uncomfor,ably warm
ecd here and ship to market,
Lometa. Tex., Nov. 17.—Ace Hnf- Williamson County
stl'ter sold and ahipped from here »
yesterday 1,000 head of cattle. The
amount involved In tMa deal and a
recent one Is near 8200,000.
T. H. Hufstitter brought 500 yonng
steers to be put on his ranch near
Steps to Secure
San Angelo Fuel
Georgetown Tex.. Nov. 17^-Dr. X producer Desdemona Pro-' No. «, 100, gray shale; No. 7, 1.410,
T. Scott, of Austin presented a most d . 0„ Company has a well drill-'white slate. Snodgrasa No. 1. 880.
exceMent paper before the W llam- , , ,00 feet wt)(ch offaeta th#'^lue shale; No. 2, 760, blue shale; No.
"■®2»g , r ' r Sinclair Foot, and which should be 3. 465. gray slate. No. 4, 1.800, gray
tatlt s" He was followed by a dls- completed w^thln a f#w days. *
cupsion In which several physicians ~
took part. I Watcli onr windows tonight a ,
Dr. S. M. Key, also of Austin, read ,d tomorrow for tho most proflt/ihlo! Brodle ft Carter, Life insnraucc,
a paper on "Anaphtlaxls." which was i 0f atlvertlslng you Imvo seen 412 Olty National Bank Building.
received very favorably, and dls- HM) read In months and months and
cussed also. months. JARRELL'H.
Prof. W. P. Davidson, of the chair ——
sand. Thornton No. 1, 1,880, gray
sand; No. 2, 580, bluue shale.
Entire Stock—Nqthing Reserved
—Women's Suits, Coats and Dresses.
—Men's Suits and Overcoats.
—Boys' Suits and Overcoats.
—Men's and Boys' Furnishings.
—Dress Goods and Staple Goods.
All Lines, All Departments, Share In This Great Car-
nival of Bargains. ^
Thaxton Syndicate to Drill.
Shreveport, La., Nov. 17.—The
Thaxton Syndicate is contemplating
the commencement of drilling opera-
tions almost immediately on its hold-
ings In section 5-12-8. This company
is east of the proven field In the Bull
bayou district but Its holdings are
looked upon favorably.
„///(1. .Hair Health
(Tempi* Telecreai Special.)
Ban Angelo, Tex., 17.—The federal
railway administration on Saturday
advised local offlc.als that oars will(of philosophy in Southwestern unl- Star State Organized.
Immediately be sidetracked at Win- versity, read a paper on -Psychology! The Star State Oil Company, or
ona, Purden and Mliano for the ship- ],n connection with the practice of Fort Worth, has been organized un-
ment of wood to this city. At the' medicine." whlcch precipitated on ln- ! der a declaration of trust with a cap-
same time, fuel dealers, who for' terestlng discussion among the med- ltalizatlon of 1110,000, par value of
over two weeks have been without a Icos an unusually large number of shares II.
stick of wood or a pound of coal,! whom were present. The officers of the company are;
filled out appUcat.ons. requesting the I The society discussed ful'y and en- L. H. Crenger, of Electra, president;
railroads to release eleven cars of dorsed the move by the Benevolent Walter Jolinson of Sap Francisco,
coal that were held in reserve by the War Risk society to erect a build- vice-president; A. M. MuTchlson, of
lines when the coal miners' strike lng for tubercular soldiers and Vernon, treasurer, and W. C. Brady,
went on. The third a'ep taken wa9 pledged Its Influence toward raising of Fort Worth, secretary.
an appeal to people ln the surround- Williamson county's quota of the It was announced at the office of
lng country to. haul all available amount specified.
wood to this city. Large consumers
of coal are well supplied but families,
buying wood and coal In small lots,
have no heat in their homes.
NOT A THEORY Is™ A"ge!° PIa"s
If* a lact that the use of
alcohol even in moderate
doses as taken in tonics is
habit-forming in effect
an easily assimilated tonic-
nutrient supplies the body with
i dements that contribute to
strength. Free from
alcohol or any other
Scott'a build'a atrength
' Scott ft Bowne. Blootu&cM. N. J, 19-14
TAKE NO CHANCES
WITH THAI COLD!
Relieve it quickly with Dr.
DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey is a
remedy that has for years stood
_ by thousands of cold and cougli
suffering men, women, and children in
helping to promptly and effectively re-
lieve tnese dangerous attacks. Severe
colds or colds newly contracted are
baaefitted by its pleasant balsamic and
beatlag antiseptics. Phlegm is soon
looaened, irritation eased, inflamma-
tion allayed, breathing made less
You can give the children Dr. Bell's
Piae-Tar-Honey, too. Safe and econ-
Get a bottle today from any
30c., 60c., #1.20.
Ah Influenza •
Is an exaggerated form ot Grip, LAX-
ATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets
HhouU b< taken In l'rcer doses than In ^ ichlta County,
is prescribed for ordinary Grip. A I
the company, that their holdings con-
sisted of 120 acrea ln blocks 207 anil
272 In the Waggoner Colony lands
about two miles northeast of Electra,
It was stated that the company
good pl.in Is not to wait until ^ou
are sick, but PREVENT IT by tak-
Tablets in time.
A TEXAS WONDER
(Temple Telegram Special.)
Pan Angelo, Tex.. Nov. 17.—This
city on'Nov. 27-Thanksgiving day
The Texas Wonder for kidney and
bladder troubles, gravel, diabetes,
weak and lame backs, rheumatism
Watch our windows toniglit and our
ad tomorrow for tho most proflt'iblo
piece of advertising you '"»vo wen 1 and irregularities of the kidneys and
nnd refid In months nnd months nnd bladder ln men and women. Regu-
months. JARREM/S. ,a,.es l?!.alder tro"b,P8 '"children. If
, , , not sold by your druggist, will be sent
tJinni ftaaser In Kteplx ns County. by 7?a," ...on, rcoelpt of. i1:25- 0ne
itanrer Tex Nov t7_vrh« f'nif ,ma" bottle 1* two months' treatment
will offer $2,000 In purses in five j production company'has the biggest ^umoXls^Dr E^W Hall" 2»2«
automobile races, in whirlt prWes- gasser-In Stephens county on the S. I oilvo street' 8t Louis Mo Sold by
slon.1 drivers will participate. U>- ! K. Moors tract wlth a flow estimated • druggists V
nl automobile dealers, at a meeting 'ot 75,000.000 to 100.000,000 feet from
H-Aturdiy. arranged the program, j qoo fefit. The' roar c<in be heard
which Is expected to bo the fastest
_ three miles. Despite Its size, an ef-
ever attempted In west Texas, Tl*. fort wU, be nlu(Io t harn,H3 tho
events win i>e held on the one mile wo]j
dirt track at the fair grounds. I
The local agents have notified Much Teasing in McCullocli County,
their factories and a half dozen or Fort Worth, Tex.. Nov. 17. The
ten.entrants are expected. Two rac- Thad o. Day well near Brady, Mc
lng dr vers came ln iTiday, Mr. and county, Is temporarily closec
Mrs. J. A. Mais of Salina,, Kan. Mrs. ] down to permit oil to accumulate for
Mais Is reputed to be tha champ on I a few (Iaj,q a test will be mn(,e
woman driver of the country having a rearhpd os t0 whothor
won races at he state fair at Dallas ; ln(,rcaiS(. ,he prodlIcUon by dmiing
in 1915 and since hen many medals activities are ln-
and money — —
pilot« a Merccr.
other tracts. Rhe
Her husband drives
Advise Farmers to
Sell Cotton for 44c
San Angelo, Tex., Nov. 17.—Hold
your cotton for a price that will
cover the cost of production, which
statistics this year show to bo 44
cents a bale, plus a fair profit.
This was the advise given Tom
Oreen county farmers here Saturday
by D. C. Dove, field representative of
the state department of agricul'ure,
at a meeting arranged by L, G. Sum-
rail, fpderal farm demonstrat.on
deeper. Leasing activities are
creasing and it is announced that a
3,500 foot test well will be put down
on a lease held by Crandall 6t Henry.
Eldorado Has Big Prospect.
Ranger, Tex., Nov. 17.—The Eldo-
rado Oil & Gas company, on the
Brooks Heirs tract, Is making 1,200
barrels from upper pay, 3,333 to 3,340
feet and drilling below S.4f»0 feet. It
probably will be In from the big pay
today or tomorrow.
Tillman County Well Plugging Back.
Wichita Fall* Tex., Nov. 17.—The
Burk Extension well in Tillman coun-
ty, which drilled through an oil sand
with rotary rig at about 2.000 feet,
is plugging back. The well is fifteen
miles trom the General Oil company's
well lii the Red River bank, which
The Joy Of A
Know the joy «nd
happiness that comes
to one thru possessing
a skin of purity and
beauty. The soft, dis-
tinguished appearance it
enders brings out your
natural beauty to it* full-
est, ln use over 70 years.
G oil i aud i
• •••• s.-.i v>. /or y>;«/ .v.v.
FEUD.T. HOPKINS A'SON, 'N,Wv \„ k
ag. nt. and C. B. Metcalfe, former | the nearest production. The stock
Is actl»e on this and other Tillman
county shares on tho local exchange,
A Good Family .Friend.
act* pronyiy. smoothly, com.
' iuo«t stubbpra bowels, elinim-
te, poisonous at\um:il:it»..-s
or (Uwf«eol>le •'« r-effeci i.
' Mc. All dm
legislative representative, and himself
The cotton growers concluded their
meeting by passing a resolution ask-
ing 'hut a government cotton classer
!h t-' tit here every ten days to psai
on cotton that will be stored 'n
nr'tles. It Is estimated that 20'1
Ink- r, more can be accumulated
here evrrv ten days
Mi Pove went from Kan Angelo
:>ito 'he Panlvandlr. country to plare
h« pbitform before the growers of
r windows tonight arid our
s >•'. f"i- the most profitable
»<lv<>rtl<ilng yon have seen
I months and month® nnd
A <'nrter. I,lfe Insnraucc,
ivat'xiual Bank Iiuiiding.
Di-cp Test Planned for Tillnien Co.
Wichita Falls, Tex., Nov. 17.—Ellis
&. Strihbling of Fort Worth have let
o contract to the Hendricks Construc-
tion company for the drilling of a
4,000-foot test with a heavy Califor-
nia standard rig. This test is across
the river from the northwest field and
promises to give the oil fraternity a
real test on the Tillman county acre-
age. The well was spudded in yester-
Victory OH & Ga-i Co. <Jets Producer.
Desdemona, Trx., Nov. t7.—The
Victory Oil .V Gns No. 1 Woodward
(Cassidy) northeast corner, found
oil pay ot 2.C81 feet. Well is flowing
by headtj at seven feet In the eand.
Lstiuiuted production about 100 bar-
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
But the old-fashioned mustard-
piaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave; without the
piaster and without the blister.
Musterole does it It is a dean;
white ointment, made with oil of mus-
tard. It is scientifically prepared, aa
tha it works wonders, and yet does
not blister the tenderest skin.
Gently massage Musterole in with the
finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re-
lief—how speedily the pain disappears
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron-
chitis, tpnsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges-
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil-
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50.
Get the Habit
EAT Brer Rabbit
Why Puzzle Your Brain Endlessly
About Breakfasts and Suppers?,
T>RER RABBIT Syrup will save you money and
there is nothing more delicious with hot bread,
p&n-cakes, French toast, or just a slice of bread.
The flavor of BRER RABBIT syrup proves to
you it is real, country-made Ribbon-Cane Syrup from
You can serve it for dinner on fritters, and after
school the kiddies are always hankering after a slice
of bread with some delicious BRER RABBIT poured
over it. It's the best thing in the world for them.
Go to your grocer and say "BRER RABBIT"
You'll get real Country Made Ribbon-Cane
Syrup as it comes from the country absolutely pure.
Housewives everywhere know that the nair.e "PENICK FORD"
on a food means Always the Best cf its Kind, 22 years of quality.
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