The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1934 Page: 4 of 8
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HE JACKSBORO GAZETTE
Thursday, February 22, 1934
. D. Chambers
We are going to give you some Special
Prices in Dry Goods
Blankets, 21/irtt) wt., double .
Men’s Heavy Part Wool Socks, pr.
Men’s Plain Socks
Men's Union Suits, a suit, ________
Ladies’ Silk Hose .
80x80 Square Print ................................ 19c
60x80 Square Print _____________________________ 15c
Good Grade Outing, all shades,
36 inches wide, yard___________________ 9c
And then that long list of popular priced
items in departments and complete lines,
Thread Glass Ware
Infants’ Wear Kitchen Ware
Work Clothes Notions
Fact Most Anything You Need
Capitol News Letter.
(By W. 1). McFarlaue, Congress-
man, 13th District).
February 22. Washington’s Birth
Washington.—Two hundred and
two year* ago today George
Washington was born at Bridge
Creek, in Westmoreland County,
Virginia. Today we honor bis
memory with an increased appre-
ciation because of our realization
Retired Acres Should Be Put To!
ot* his true greatness of the serv-
j made into good permnnOit past-
ure lauds and otherwise used as
a feedstuff balance to cotton and
other, cash crops, Texas farms
College Station. According J°jwill be shifting to a sounder buse.
conservative estimates lexas will'While all this is going on there is
have about seven million -acres many an acre that can be terrac-
Post Oak, Feb. 19.— Post Oak
boys played docks boro in the bas-
ketball tournament at Bryson,
Friday, and were defeated. The
volleyball girls played Jacksbon
Miss Beta Stephens of Jermyn
and Mr. Bert Browder of Graham
were married in Bridgeport, Fri
day afternoon, by Rev. NeSmith,
ice he rendered our country. As
frequently said, “lie was first in
war, first in peace and first in the
hearts of his countrymen.” Be-
cause of his splendid achieve-
ments he well deserves the title
“The Father of his Country.”
Crop Production Loans and
On Monday the Senate passed
finally the crop production loan
bill appropriating $40,000,000;
retired from cotton, wheat and
corn production on its hands this ^____
year. That is roughly one-fifth ,,| trade permits,
the total cultivated acres in the1
State. For what shull this land
be used? Wisely and legitimately
used these acres may mean much
to tiie farmer's welfare tins year.
Indifferently or illegally cropped
these fields may bring losses. If
handled with an eye to the fu-
ture it is possible that the re-ad-
justment in farming brought
about by the problem ot these re-
tired acres may lead to better
balanced long-time farm systems.
That is about the wav in which
the extension service of Texas A.
& M. College views the retired
ed and cover-cropped to fit it to
compete again when internation-
Citation By Publication.
THE flTATV OF mcvAo
To the Sheriff or any Constable
of Jack County—-Greeting:
CONSTIPATION 6 YEARS,
TROUBLE NOW GONE
John J- Davis bad chronic con-
stipation lw six years. By using
Adlerika he soon gbt rid of it,
and feels like a new person. Ad-
lerika is quick acting—safe.
Spears’ Drug Store.—(Advt.)
also the $950,000,000 CWA bill, [acre question. The first point to
get in mind, extension workers
point out, is that laud is rented
in these contracts for the pur-
pose of getting it out of competi-
tive production. A mere shift to
other crops or other livestock
production is against the inter-
ests of farmers as a whole and is
just as illegal as it is possible for
contract-writing lawyers to make
which it is estimated will provide
funds until May 1st on a limited
scale. The amendments to these
bills when agreed to by the House
will go to the President for his
Investigating Aircraft Purchas-
The House Naval and Military
Affairs Committees have contin-
ued all the week to investigate' jt.
the profits made by Aircraft Cor-1 On the other hand there are
porations in their sale of Air- perfectly sound and legitimate
craft supplies to the Government. „ses f0 which this land may be
On Monday the 19th the House'j)Uf The chief of these in case
Naval Affairs Committee voted'()f cotton and wheat land, but not
unanimously requesting the Sub- 0f corn land, is to. use the land for
committee to investigate the in- making the home living and feed-
come tax records of Aircraft | jnj? fke farm work stock This
Companies doing business with can be done under two eondi-
the Navy since 1921. The writerjtions, either that the farmer has
has been placed in charge of this noj produced his own food and
investigation. On February the! fP(H] ()r f]lat ke ]ias produced on-
14th the writer visited, the White iv part of it and needs more land
House and presented the facts tojj() complete the job. He can not,
the President and lie approved: p- already producing food and
our investigation of the income j foed enough, merely shift that
tax returns of these companies. pr(H|llction to retired acres and
Our hearings have developed that use the lamd thus released for
many of the directors ot these f competitive production.
Aircraft Companies receive sale-, The production of feedstuff's
V r V . • LmvHl Joues <>r 1 >reckenridge j ^ $100 000 annual-1 1 ne . production ot ieedstuffs
and Antelope Saturday, winning , k , • j ° , excess ot $100,OUO annual iMU retlPed acres especially pas-
■—« 1 ' .Mr. .....I Mrs. VLk li“k a».l VeJ’ !lU3 inT^ TlffiS ............‘LP
on and Miss Charlotte Pickard
pent Sunday in Weatherford at
to play Oakland Union team of
Wilbarger County at the district
meet next Friday.
Miss I/.ella Epps is home from
Dallas, Ilii.-N week.
Those who spent the
tures, is certainly encouraged in
Aircraft stock has been sky rock-1‘ft, f^°PaLtp”^ani- I)r0V'i,,!d
etcl into millions of dollar^, since >».r used di-
these companies have received,rl'5 ,"Snthe b,asls
, juicy aircraft contracts and air- . - mi . .. VGSi?C » Pr0t^UC
eek-end ?Jr; l,01t‘k ? ,nother- ^Ir- Mrs. n,aii contracts. The stock of the tlWn’ The spirit back of the con'
a family reunion of the Becks,
celebrating the 75th birthday of
You Are Hereby Commanded to
summon T. G. Vickers by mak-
ing publication of this Citation in
some newspaper published in
your county, if there be a news-
paper published therein, blit if
not, then in the nearest county
where a newspaper is published,
once in each week for four
consecutive weeks previous
to the return day hereof, to ap-
pear at the next regular term of
the District Court of Jack Coun-
ty to be holden at the Court
House thereof, in Jaeksboro, Tex-
as, on the first Monday in March
A. 1). 1934, the same being the
5th day of March A. D. 1934,
then and there to answer a peti-
tion filed in said Court on the
4th day of January A. P. 1934, in
a suit numbered on the docket of
said Court No. 2895, wherein
Martha Yiekers is Plaintiff and
special and general relief, etc.
1 nose woo speni i n«* weew-eim .. „ , mnn kumintia, * ^
out of tin* community were: Miss Uobt\ !U‘ck of b,,(lan sI,ent Sat- bright Aeronautical Company
irelay in Jermyn.
Miss Sybil Bierce ha
from visiting in
Miss Anna Beth
Annelle Shipp, Newport, Miss
Margaret Kitton, Fort Worth; J.
G. Ward and family and Mrs.
Stover, Breekenridge and Gra- , . r. .
v went to Denton this week.
! Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moore of
Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Searber Kort Worth spent the week-end
.md son. Renfro, of Union Point jM Jerinvn. They were
ncreased from $17.00 in 1927 per
tracts is to prevent the creation
of additional surpluses.
If rented acres are taken this
V/mimse’ vontractiT 10 living at “home
visited relatives here today
Mrs. .1 C. Price of Jaeksboro i>
visiting Mrs. J. F. Boyd.
Plan "Cleveland of Foi l Worth
was home for Sunday.
G. W. Cleveland and family
visit,etBif* tbe .1. M. Hancock home
at Xew|M>rt this week.
The P. T. A. sponsored
supper recently which
Mrs. Smoot, county
nurse, and Dr. Carmen of Vasliti.
vaccinated sixty-two children for
liptheria, at the school building, i|,jK VV(.f,k
Mrs. Matlock of Olnev and
.Mrs. Robert Sliingler of Graham
are visiting in Jermyn.
Mrs. Price spent Thursday in
Mrs. Ira Coats is visiting her
son, Henry, in Onley.
Mrs. ('has. Jones has returned
to Monday after visiting in .Jer-
Mr. and Airs. F. J. Wieman
were visitors in Wichita Falls
* | 1UUSS1 Ul I’UUUttClN
McFayden j (.ured without competitive bid-
ding. Testimony lias shown that
most of the airmail contracts
were let and extended without
competitive bidding and accord-
Alene War- injr to Mr. Farley and others this
, lias given these companies u bo-
firmly on every contracting farm,
the foundation of a good perma-
nent Texas farm system will be
greatly strengthened. If in ad-
dition many of these
Tuesday, Feb. fith.
Mr. ami Mrs. Orvil Leek and
Aaron Bell visited Mr. and Min.
V. B. Bell ,i1 St Joe, this week.
Messrs, and Mines. Ed Graham
and Norman of Graham spent
Xcke Strong, of Wichita Fall-
nus of $46,000,000.
$300,000,000 Tax Bill-
Vineyard, Feb. 20.—The prima-
ry room entertained the school
Wednesday the House adopted with a valentine post
a rule permitting 16 hours debate Wednesday afternoon,
on the General Revenue Bill. ThiSj Several from here were in
measure does not change the Jaeksboro on business Saturday.
Community Property Law, I)c-| I. G. Yates, G. G. Hamby, Mr.
pletion provisions and the excise and Mrs. Ernest Bobo Were in
tax on oil. It places a 5% tax oil!Fort Worth the past week,
imported fats and oils. This J. A. Felkner is in Paradise on
measure repeals the check tax ef- account of the illness of his moth,
fective January 1st, 1935. The er, Mrs. A. D. Felkner. ,
House considered this measure Mrs. C. H. Bruce and Miss Lor-
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- raine Franklin were Jaeksboro
day and expects to finally pass'visitors during the week,
the measure next Tuesday orj Mrs. AY. C. Lowrie received a
--- , . . . Wednesday. It will then go to'call from Paducah on Tuesday
Post Oak Masonic Lodge will SN?mNhTm<SS V,Sl1°r 1,1 *,0,'m-vn--the Senate for consideration. |telling of the serious illness of
sponsor the following Masonic ’ ' Tax Exempt Securities— # her mother.
The House Judiciary Commit-! Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Franklin of
Service Association program at
T.be Baptist Church at Post Oak,
Saturday evening, Feb. 24th, at
Vot'd I solo, Miss Alma Vinson
Reading, Miss Annclle Shipp.
Address, J. .V Fulcher.
Quartette, arranged by Smith
Address, Judge John I)
tee has decided to discontinue Sweetwater announce
hearings on all bills to tax-exempt J of a son. Billie Dean,
securities until the House decides Air. and Mrs. Chas. Anderson,
I what committee has jurisdiction., Misses Alma Carlisle and Lura
I I"' (,,,st °f insuring a steady | A 1% tax on such securities Croiuice were Jaeksboro visitors
milk How from his dairy cows'would raise about $50,000,000. [Saturday.
was $1.02 per 1«>n for HO tons of j Old Age Pensions and 30-flour J Betty Patton of Mineral Wells
seeded riblmii ••ane buried in ai Week— (was a guest of Billie Yates the
Me- Gwmh'Ii silo is reported bv a dairy) The House Labor Committee past week-end.
demonstrator id Gilmer, accord-
ing to the county agent. The
bis two trench
10th and Mill grades—Ilarrv SI,0S }1,’e "’Orth more titan any
Campsey. Andie Smith, Lucile oth(‘r improvements on bis farm.
Leinond. I vie Leinond, Eunice) _
Lomond. j To improve the quality of
9th grade-Ollie Lemmonds. and poultry, and to
7th grade- -R. B. Fulcher, C. T., 'active warfare against prod-
lias been holding hearings this) Nat Davis and family visited
week on the 30-hour week bill
and Old Age Pension bills. It
now seems that these measures
will be up for consideration early
The Adjusted ”
Mrs. X. W. Davis at Jaeksboro,
R. C. Banning and family spent
Hie week-end in Eliasville.
T. L. Martin and family of
Jaeksboro spent the week-end
here with Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Moreland, Beulah Mae Cleveland, **tory animals and thieves which
Lottie Strickland. l>ro.v upon this class of stock, 47
6th grade—Lowell Scott, Opal P,ro\yn County farmers
Annie Lou Fuloh _
Boyd. Bobby Boyd, association. A government trap-lj,M(l
ITood. Old.i (’amp
cate bill now has 123 signatures Franklin,
and it is estimated will have the Messrs, and Aimes. Chas. Craw-
ufficient 145 by the end of the [ford and Richard B. Ilooten of
4th grade-—Ole!a and Jdimitn
Company to the Receivers, at their respective
Tr( .............. .... ____ . .................. distributable values, as more fully set forth in Article Ninth of said
and week. When this number of sig-j Willow Point \\;ero visitors in the decree.
i -i : ..........- > * i’ - during the ^,l cas0 bidder, after confirmation of sale to him, shall
• •• i i tail to comply with any order of the Court relating to the payment
Committee and | Mrs. Alice Swetnam is visit in tr 1t lie balance of the purchase price, within llio period of twenty
ranchers have organized a sheep, i natures is secured, this measure [.T. A. Felkner home
goat and poultry improvement! "dll be withdrawn from the Ways 'prist week.
Roland, Hazel Lee Epps, Carrie
3rd grade—Elm a Dee Campsey.
John Lomond, Gwcmlolvn Bra
Afeans Committee and j Mrs. Alice Swetnam is visiting
pm- has been hired and rewards brongth before the House for a her son Rit Swetnam, of Bryson. |(-d) days after the entry thereof, then the deposit of such accepted
will be offered for arrest and con Ivote> Senate is now consul-j Air. and Airs. It. L. Dillard ladder shall be forfeited as liquidated damages,
vid ion of thieves, the county 1be placing on the Inde-tspent the week-end with Air. and I ~im The successful bidder may assign bis bid subject to the pro-
Side Quit Hurling,
Got Stronger, Well;
CARDUI Helped Her
Jermyn, Feb. 20.—Several par-
ties have closed leases on acreage
the past week. O. Loving, Rr., has
a well on land leased by Lvdieck-
er of Br>’son. about three south-
west of Jermyn. It is not known
just yet what the well will pro-
Mrs. R. L. West, of Huntsville,
Ala., writes: “I was weak and
run down. I had a pain in my side,
and I kept losing weight. I grew
nervous over my condition—this was
unusual for me, for I am very cheer-
ful when T am well and don’t easily
get nervous. I knew I ought to take
eomethlns. My aunt told me 1 ouaht
to try Cardul, which I did. I began
to feel better. I kept It up untfl 1
had taken three or four >ottleu. My
Side quit hurUng aftd 1 was 'T'on
pendent Offices Appropriation , Mrs. Joe Richey of Westbrook.
Bill the four-point Legion bill: ------- * 1
end an amendment limiting de-l Bridge Club,
dilutions on .Spanish American] The Bridge Club met with Mrs.
War veterans and their depend*jj. W. Rpears Feb. 14, with'the
cuts to 10%. It is believed that following present: Mines.,VT. R.
the House will approve such Erwin, W. T. Spivey, W. N.
amendments on veteran legisla- Thompson, J. B. Wells, L. A.
tion as th'* Senate may adopt. Worthington, H. Sewell, M. John.
son, Knox, Rnuschelhach, Lewis
Johnson,- McConnell, J. L. Worth
feeling strung ana well.1
Caidul Is sold at drug stares her*.
PonUry flocks in i?oo,l ho.i.08.; ton w K john90n ciub mem.
irai.l two Itastrop County poultry|t)er,; bursts, Mines. O. E. Put-
flock flenionstrators $.i3.90 more nsm p„uI J(mes A A FUp, nrl(1
in November than three flocks tlle hoftess. Mrs. kcConnell.won
not well housed, the county agent the 1>rize and Mrs. Putnam
records show. the guest prize.
T. G. Yiekers is Defendant, and
said petition alleging that plain-
tiff has been nn actual bona fide
inhabitant of Jack County, Tex-
as, more than twelve months;
that plaintiff and defendant were
married November third, 190*4, in
Jack Comity, Texas; separated
June 10th, 1927, in Archer Coun-
ty, Texas, by reason of the aban-
donment of plaintiff by defend-
ant; said abandonment having
existed for a period of more than
Plaintiff prays that by reason
of said abandonment she be
granted a divorce, costs of suit,
Herein Fail Not, bnt have be-
fore said Court, at its aforesaid
regular term, this Writ with
your return thereon, showing
how you have executed the same.
Given Under Aly Hand and the
Seal of said Court, at office in
Jaeksboro, Texas, this the 29th
day of January A. I). 1934.
(SEAL) II. 51. Bunnell, Clerk,
(d2-22) Jack County, Texas.
PRODUCERS AND REFINERS CORPORATION
NOTICE OF SALE AND HEARING.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a decree entered
on December o 1933, in the cause pending in the District Court of
the United States for the District of Wyoming, entitled “Consolidated
Oil Corporation, Complainant, vs. Producers and Refiners Corpora-
tion, Defendant, In Equity No. 2217,” we, L. R. Crawford and P. C.
Spencer, as Receivers for said Producers and Refiners Corporation
(hereinafter called “Company”), will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders, on the front steps leading to the main
doorway of the court house of Jack County/ Texas, in the City of
Jaeksboro, on March 26, 1934, at 2:00 o’clock P. Al., all right, title
and interest of the Company and the receivership estate in and to
certain properties located in said county and state, and directed by
.•aid decree to be sold as a portion of Group VIII, to-wit:
P & R
Working Net Producing
Interest Acres Oil Well
Oil and Gas Leaseholds, Producing
No. Date Legal Description
12 Jan. 30,1926 N 400 acres of BS&F
Survey No. 3,
Cert. 1 259, Abst. 82 1/2 200 1
Above leasehold interest includes one-half interest in boilers,
engines, buildings, line pipe, pumping powers; rigs, stock pipe, field
tanks, well pipe, and miscellaneous fittings and equipment, located
on premises and necessary for the production of oil and/or gas
therefrom; together with all property rights of every kind and
character appertaining thereto. For detailed information and data
regarding leasehold estate, see Receivers’ records.
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITION OF SALE.
The general terms and conditions governing the sale of the
above described properties, as more fully set forth in said decree,
are as follows:
1. Said properties will be sold subject to the lien for taxes and
assessments lawfully levied or assessed against the same, and all
leases or contracts of whatsoever character of said Company and/or
the Receivers pertaining thereto, such leases and contracts and all
obligations and liabilities of the defendant Company and/or Receiv-
ers thereunder to be assumed by the purchaser. For more detailed
information as to the nature and extent of such liens, charges, leases,
contracts, obligations and liabilities, intending purchasers should
see statement pertaining thereto now on file with the Clerk of the
United States District Court for the District of Wyoming pursuant to
Article Sixth of said decree, and also Receivers’records. All accounts
due and unpaid, and all wages due and unpaid, and all other similar
current indebtedness incurred by Receivers from the date of their
appointment to the date of delivery of said properties to the pur-
chaser, will be paid out of the receivership estate.
2. Any creditor, or stockholder of the Company, or any person
whomsoever, may bid at said sale, subject to the provisions of said
decree, and, if the successful bidder, purchase in his, its or their
3. No bid will be finally accepted by the Receivers unless the
bidder shall deposit with them or their duly authorized agents at
the sale a sum equal to ten per cent. (10%) of his hid in cash, or by
check, draft or other order for the payment of money, acceptable to
the receivers and made or endorsed payable to their order, such
deposit to be held as a pledge that the bidder will make good his
bid in case of its acceptance and confirmation by the .Qourt. Such
deposit may also be made by assignment of allowed claims against
said Company in an amount equal to twenty per cent. <20%) of th#
lid, or partly in cash, check, draft or other order for the payment
in money, and partiy in claims so allowed in the same relative pro-
portions. Any deposit received from an unsuccessful bidder will be
i eturned to him without interest upon the final rejection of his bid.
4. A report of said sale will he filed with the Court by the
Receivers as soon as practicable following the sale, and as a part of
..aid decree the Court has ordered a hearing before it upon all such
reports on May 7, 1934, at 10:00 o’clock A. M., at which time the
Court will consider and act upon' said report, and all persons inter-
ested will he heard by the Court at that time.
5. Upon confirmation of any sale, the purchaser, in making pay-
ment of the residue of his bid, may assign and transfer allowed
claims against the Company to
I visions of said decree.
8. The properties to he offered at said sale may be inspected at
any time by persons intending to bid therefor, subject to such rea-
sonable regulations as the Receivers may prescribe.
9. The Receivers will continue to operate any property sold, in
the ordinary course of business, until delivery thereof to the pur-
chaser as ordered by the Court.
10. For a more particular description of the properties to be
sold and contracts and obligations to ho nssumed in connection there-
with. and of the terms of sale, and for the provisions of said decree,
and for other more detailed information, intending purchasers are
hereby referred to said decree, and to the statement heroinahove
mentioned on file with the Clerk of the Court, and to the office of
r L R. CRAWFORD ANl) P. C. SPENCER, Receivers
P. O. Box 449, Independence, Kansas.
Dates of Publication: Feb. 15, 22, Mar. 1, 8, 1934.
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Dennis, J. R. The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1934, newspaper, February 22, 1934; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth863802/m1/4/: accessed February 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.