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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1936, Ada, Oklahoma                             U .CloHdr "In in t wtm portion tontfht and Saturday: Saturday and in north and wcit pftrtioni tonliht. Marketing Center For Southeastern Oklahoma: ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1936 THREE CENTS THE COPY VOLUME XXX1U NUMBER 192 --------_-----.. ____ __ M 4fe A WP PRODUCTION TEST NEXTJORJflLDCAT T iiiurv for G.O.P.. Is WFJTHFR THIS DBJIUJ ILL Landon Appeals To Oklahoma Demos To Vote Renublican Michigan, Normally for G.O.P., Is Rated Doubtful by Dutcher After Tours of Roosevelt and Landon Principles of Govern- ment in Danger If Roose- velt Wins Who Have Deserted Nominee Because Of Policies Oct. 211 __Governor Alt M. Landon sum- moned "real Democrats" to join Republicans In ousting the new deal today In addressing an Okla- homa audience to which he was introduced by a former Demo- __......-------- .._. o.ratlc governor, n. rrom one precinct to another Last Day For Registration Have you registered? If not. then J. E. Boswell's warning that today is the last day before the November 3 presidential election is not untimely. Boswell, Pontotoc conn'.y regis- trar, reported Thursday night that new registrations are "about normal" throughout the county, totalling between 510 and 600, or an average of 10 to 13 for the 62 precincts. j iratity debate The 10-day registration period war. Insurgents Claim Fresh Suc- cesses in Mountains Near Madrid (By Tht Prcn) Spain's' opposing armies braced on three fronts today as diplomats assembled to renew London neu- In the peninsular falfa Bill) Murray. __ "Men and women ot all parties the Republican presidential nomi- nee told an audience filling the capacity Coliseum, "have Joined forces to turn out an ministration that violates Us oath to support and uphold the consti- tution. "And it is only natural that real Democrats should join Republi- cans in the defense of stale's home greater centralization of power in Washington. The party of Jefferson has al- ways been the jealous guardian of states' rights." Landon was cheered and may be made to and includ- ing the day of the election. A complete lUt ot precinct reg- istrars and voting places of Pon- totoc county was published in The Ada News on Sunday, October 11. Final Week of Campaign Will Be Strenuous For President "WASHINGTON, Oct. Back at the White House after two days of the most arduous motor campaign in southern .New England President Roosevelt to- day began making plans today for his final pre-election addres- SGS He has one scheduled in Madi- son Square Garden the night of By RODNEY DUTCHER- (Ada News Washington Correspondent) DETROIT. Michigan, where the Black Legion has flourished and 'where most of the automo- biles are produced seemed, slight- ly better than an. even republi- can bet before Landon and Roose- velt came campaigning Into the state. Memory of tremendous crowds greeted Roosevelt in De- troi: and other cities has colored ____________ October 31. White House officials I an subsequent guess-work. A re- also said the president probably orientation ot political judgment would speak briefly from his j ha, ied to many private predict- Hyde Park, home on elec- closes tonight, he said, but trans- insurgent troops of Gen Emiho Mola routed governmeni defend- ers from mountain positions at Lass Navas Del Marques, 15 miles west of strategic El Escorlal, de- layed reports disclosed. The advancing forces occupied ihe town of Navas yesterday after routing socialists from the jagged passes with a concentrated fire ot artillery, machine guns and Tines. The "complicated siiualion in Ihe British capilal, where replies from three fascist nationals were to be aired in opposition to Rus- sian charges, held only slight tion eve, November 2, over a na- tional radio hook-up. The Madison Square .address has been set. down as a major speech. In addition, he plans at least one more somewhere in the east. While Hie president has not named ibe dale and place of this appearance, there stalk that appearance, there was talk that sylvanla, probably Scranton, either en route to New York for the Statue of Liberty celebration next Wednesday or between that day and his Garden engagement. Busy Time AJheml Mr. noosevell has two engage- ments before he goes to New York when he stepped upo the flag-decked platform from which Murray had Introduced him. "Alfalfa Bill" was a 'candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination against President Roo- sevelt in' 10.12. "He Is not a genius who knows everything about one -thing ami, is foolish on any other said, "but he is a man ot talent. "He combines bis with a pleasing personality that gets what he wants done wiihoul op- position." H.vdf Speaks A tew minutes before Murray spoke, the same audience which applauded him had cheered an anti-new deal speech by Herbert K. Hyde. Republican senatorial nominee. voice sounded a h i t hoarse from thp sore throat which has bothered htm for two days and prevented any speaking for 24 hours out-of-doors, he wore a russet scarf as a safeguard. The Kansas, speaking as a ST. LOUIS, Oct.- 23, Leonard Bajork, regional director ot the national labor relations board, reported today to the sen- ap- ate sub-commUteo investigating n I labor espionage and strike break- ing, he had been denied permis- sion to Inspect, the Phillips Petro- leum 'company plant nt East St. 111., where union workers are on strike. Bajork said Shaw, attorney he for and the David labor bo.ard. had sought 10 inquire into assertions ot pickets'.that strike- ammunition and arms, including machine gun, had been taken into the plant. He said hope for amicable settlement of diplomatic difficulties. Answers .Awaited Italy and Germany, accused with Portugal of aiding Spanish insurgents, had their replies ready to-the soviet allegations. The. an- swer from the Lisbon government was en route to London by gov- ernment seaplane. Two. things may happen during the session around the council, tab'.e, scheduled to start at p. m. to participate in the Franco- ions of a Roosevelt' victory and has persuaded nearly everyone that Michigan is just another of those large and very doubtful states which Landon must carry lo be elected. Despite a record of political in- dependence and a singular free- dom from boss rule, Michigan has gone for a democratic presiden- tial candidate but twice since Lin- coln's time. Roosevelt, took her electoral votes "tiy a plurality of 'in 1932, but there has been a back- in rural areas and small in the democratic landslide year of 1934 republicans elected Gov. Frank D. Fitzgerald, by S-i.OOO. Landon loses the state by a small margin, he can blame a state organization which sacri- ficed .him to its candidate tor gov- ernor, a' bandwagon psychology arising from the unprecedented ovations'given Roosevelt, or Lan- don's own course on his Michigan visit. 'Republican billboards are plas- tered over the state, hut they say so much more about Fitzgerald lhan Landon that Chairman John Hamilton is 'said to have pro- tested. Ford Doesn't Help Cause Roughly speaking, Landon seemed to come to Detroit as the candidate of the automobile man- ufacturers and Roosevelt came as the candidate of the automobile workers. There just happen to be a lot more workers than manu- facturers. The president, according to po- litical CNperts on pro-Landon newspapers in Detroit, scored .heavily 'by patting the former on the back and mildly panning the latter. Top men in the automobile in- dustry .greeted the governor. 'But the worst thing that happened' to him, one is informed, was his en- dorsement by Henry Ford. Ford's labor policies are unpop- (Co-Uinued on Page 2, No. 2) chtl- Thermometer Gets Down To 35 Degrees in Sharp Weather Reversal Friday went almost rainless but registered in the early hours of morning a lower temperature than did Thursday, when a c ii-.ig rain fell most of the (lay. The thermometer got down to I-.5 degrees on the record day of the cold wave. H had reached -ID early Thursday, then went on down to 37 degrees by 2 o'clock in the afternoon as the wind con- tinued to blow rain and cold out of the north. The weather Ada is receiving is part ot similar wintry condi- tions existing over the southwest and !s not surprising, although it did come on the heels of a warm spell. ESCMUTTfflPT LANSING, Kan.. Oct. Guards at Kansas slate peniten- tiary shot and seriously wounded one ot two who a item p- climb a wire fence and oday. The second (11 E. S. T.) informed sources predicted: The fascist powers will pro- deny the Russian accusa- anrt counter with fresh as- R C director of public sel-aons Moscow, is assisting Ma- drid the latter's fight against rebellion. Russia, believing efforts to en- force non-interveniion have col- lapsed. will possibly withdraw from the 27-nation accord with a neighbor with "pay taxes in oil interests who said relalions for the company, had de nmnded a warrant or subpoena be- fore he would permit their in- spection. The regional direclor said he had been' told a train of two Pullman coaches and iwo boxcars] trreat openly aidiag the Span- had entered the plant grounds ;sh socialists, j yesterday afternoon. When the .Madrid Prepares For Defense 'strikers attempted to search the, ]u Madrid, preparations were rushed to defend1 the capital against a projected fascist invas- ion in the face of movement of heavy artillery into positions with- in 20 miles of the cily. Anti-aircraft guns on the roots of capital buildings blasted today American Statue of Liberty cere- monies hi the harbor next Wed- nesday. Tonight 'he addresses from the White House 18 dinners being held in various cities. They are known as the "business men's dinners for Roosevelt." Monday he will dedicate a new chemistry building at Howard university here. Good weather may induce him to embark tomorrow on a week- end cruise down the Potomac to relax after the tumultuous New England scenes and prepare for his final drives. On the New England ..swing, from which' he arrived back in the capital'early today, Mr. Roos- evelt motored nearly 300 miles and greeted shouting'crowds in, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and' Connecticut. Arriving two hours behind schedule in Stamford, Conn., last night, after touring a 'dozen in- dustrial towns in the Connecticut and Naugatiick valleys. The presi- dent reboarded his special train and from the rear platform ex- pressed thanks for a "very warm reception." Then, as lie had done in other towns, he smiled and added: Senator Couzens, Wealthy Michigan Senator, Passes Ford's Former Partner Passes Away at Detroit After Operation that in the Sooner state "and in many other states, the real Demo- he said, they were barred by a man armed with a machine g'nn and carrying a gas mask slung over his shoulders. StVike leaders, were subsequent- ly permitled to' inspect the box- cars and Bajork raid they report- ed finding gas bombs and gas cartridges. The strike .which the company declared was a violation of a con- crals bold the balance of power." lract with the union, was called "In this year of great indecision I to force the re-employment ot W. It will be their courage, their I j. Ahrens. president of the local ot duty, their willingness to place loyalty above mere party regularity that will determine whether their states share in the honor of saving American institu- tions. at the plant, who said he _ was fired heciPuse of union activities. The company denied the charge. DETROIT, '-Oct.' 22 James Couzens, United-.States senator who as an office clerk joined Henry F.ord at the .turn of the century ;.in -founding the motor car, company that grew to gigantic proportions, died "in a hospital here after an..'operation late today. A week ago the senator left the hospital to greet'President Roose- velt whose re-election he had termed "the most Important mat- ter confronting the nation." Fol- lowing this statement Couzans was defeated for republican re- nomination. Mr. Roosevelt on a campaign "I am confident that the people I 'offered lo vlsit Couzens at in without success at two fas- cist airplanes which droned over- head, dropping leaflets demanding surrender under throat of bom- bardment. Terrified housewives raced through the streeis during the "paper raid." Insurgent commanders appar- ently intended to move the batter- ies ahead to positions from where shells could be sent blasting into accompanied AUSTIN Tex Oct I Madrid's outskirts, GoV.'James V.' Allred today pro- by aerial onslaughts on capital OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. iv. Alt M. Landon told Ok- lahomans today lhat the new deal has "deserted" Democratic principles and violated "its oalh to support and uphold the consti- tution." I "Real Democrats. T know." the Republican presidential nominee said, "will tight shoulder to shoul- der with us In this battle to save our American form of govern- ment and our country." The Kansas spoke in Ihe Col- iseum after an introduction by William H. (Alfalfa BilH Mur- ray, former Democratic governor ot Oklahoma. Pausing l'ere "early four hours on-his final trans-conlinental cam- paign trip, Landon said Murray, by introducing the Republican candidate, was "severing political friendships" and opening himself "10 political penalties." "Only threat to our form of government itself could cause a man like Governor Murray to take this Landon said, naming ,1ohn W. Alfred E. Smith, Bainbrktge Colby, Joseph B. Ely, James A. Reed and Lewis W. Douglas as other Democrats "who are putting their country above parly name." "Countless other Democrats feel as strongly as they do." he con- tinued. "They may have made no open break, but. they will state their position emphatically at the ballot boxes next month. Their feelings are strong enough to rise above the party name even though it means break- ing political habits of a life-time. "When they go to the polls they will not alone be protesting the attempt made by this administra- tion to change the fundamental principles of our American gov- ernment. They will be rejecting (.Co.utin.usd. pu 2, iNo, 51 claimed Nov. 4 as Will Rogers in memory of the fifty- seventh anniversary of the late humorist's birth. Allred suggested lha[ schools and civic clubs hold programs in memory of Uogers, and urged all to observe the day. WEATHER suburbs'. In Paris, French officials spur- red by Arger.tinia Foreign Minis- ter Carlos" Saavedra. Lamas hur- ried to complete preparations'to evacuate refugees from Spanish Spanish socialists were -expect- ed to reply today to queries as to whether they would allow gov- ernment officials to be taken from the country in the face of fascist occupation of Madrid. are using intelligence in this elec- tion year, and I am not the least bit afraid of the result." The crush of people at the Stamford station was such that several children were knocked down. bul left, his bed, joined the executive at din- ner aboard, the special train and Will Be Questioned About Weyerhaeuser Kidnaping Case Oct. 'X'. Edgar Hoover, director of-the federal bureau of1'investigation', today the arrest by his agents ot Edward Fliss, described a former'associate of Dainard, kidnaper of. 0-year o'd George Weyerhaeuser. "Fliss was captured by federal agents in Sa.n Francisco late last night, Hoover said, afier a pro- longed search. Hoover said Fliss, wanted for questioning in connection wi the locaiion of part of the Weyer- haeuser ransom money not yet recovered, admitted to G-men that he had-accompanied Dainard alias William Mahan, through the west while Dainard was a fugi- tive. He also admitted, Hoover asserted, assisting Dainard in ex- changing portions of the Weyer- haeuser ransom money for "good1 ted to escape early convict was driven back. The prisoner shot was D. Weaiherly, 35, 0 year term D. serving a 10 to for bank robbery from Kingman county. Deputy Warden E. M. Stubble- field said Weatherly was not ex- pected to live. He said Weatherly and another convict were in a group of 24 men working at the prison power plant, enclosed by the 14-foot fence. About a. m. Stubbletield said, the two ran to the fence and started to-climb. Guards in three posts on the penitentiary wall, opened .fire. Weatherly fell to'th'e outside.wo.tmded. The oth- er man ran, .back into the power plant. Weatli'erly rose. Stubble- field said, but was shot by a rifle bullet which pierced .his left lung. said Weatherly told him three prisoners decided last night to-attempt to escape. He said he did Tankage Being Erected to Coal Producer Test SMERlON PyNIP Completion Potential Report Shows Gain of Area Operations Oil that shot to the .top of the derrick before it could be closed off in the Delaney et al NO.--.I Sawyer, SW SE of 7-1-8, the final convincing that reality, is replacing Coal county's -old. dream of becoming an oil produc- ing area. Earlier In the week oil- rose. feel in the hole from the first Bromide sand but lacked gas lo force it to the top. Tlv> well was drilled 'through a' six-'foot shale break'into-what is believed to be the second Bro- mide sand. The result was sensational.- Opened up late Thursday, the oir rushed from the well, jets shoot- ing higher and higher .until-'.it reached the top of-'the derrick before the'valve could cut- it Friday "morning a brief test through three-inch pipe revealed lhat ihere is plenty of pressure to flow the oil and now tanks are. being erected so that by Sunday know the names Of the other two but that he had .twg men in solitary, con- finement while he'investigaied. Weatherly was received at the prison February 10, 1S2S. He was paroled last February but was returned June 14 as a parole vi- olator. He said that after he was paroled he worked on his father's farm near Centerton, Ark, stood with him at two platform j An associate of Fliss', taken into custody yesterday also, liad been question but would be FLIIS BILL appearances. Successor to Be Appointed' The vacancy in the senate will be filled by appointment by gov- iernor, the appointee- to serve un- 'OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. Gov. E. W. Marland said to- day William H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray's introduction ot Gov. Alt M. Landon, republican presiden- tial nominee, at a rally here, would remove Murray "forever from democratic party influence in the slate of Oklahoma." "I am not surprised for he never was a real Gov- ernor Marland said. "People of Oklahoma are pret- ty tired of Murray's antics. Dem- ocrats ought to be well pleased at his coniing out and showing him self a party bolter. THURSDAY Maximum___KB Minimum----35 Rainfall .35 Friday temperature 54 degrees. Oklahoma Cloudy nnd im- setlled, probably rain in ex- treme west portion tonight ami Saturday; slightly wanner Sat- urday and in north and west portions tonight. Arkansas Cloudy and unset- tled tonight and Saturday; slight- y warmer in north and central ioriions Saturday. East Texas Unsettled, pro- bably rain in north and west- central portions tonight and Sat- urday; not quite so cold In north- west portion tonight: slightly warmer Saturday. Moderate north and northeast winds on the coast. West Texas Unsettled, pro- bably rain in north portion to- night and Saturday; warmer Sat- urday and in no.rth and west por- tions tonight. Kansas Generally fair in the north, possibly rain in south por- tion tonight or by Saturday; not so cool, in northeast and south- central portions tonight, Missouri Partly cloudy to cloudy, possibly rain In northwest portion tonight or by Saturday; not so cool in northwest tonight and in northeast Saturday, SEATTLE, Oct. 23. Whip women criminals, too, It you whip men, Justice Reah wfillehead urged here today in Washington's state bar contro- versy over a proposal that the legislature legalize the whipping posi for ceriain kinds ot felonies. "A woman's skin is no tenderer than a said the feminine justice of the peace. "But as the proposed measure stands now, women criminals would be ex- empt. against the whipping post, but if we must then there should be no .master whip wielder but citizens should be drawn-for whipping duty as they are drawn for jury that women should whip women and men should -whip the men." Homing Ballots Aberdeen, Wash. Eight votes from St. Paul's Island in the Bear- ing Sea, six from- the Canal Zone and one from Manila, Mrs. Zetta n. Averill, now flying the Pacific on the first regular passenger night, plans to return her ballot on the Clipper, I in January. Couzens' early association In Ford's motor enterprise which prospered under what an asso- ciate described as "Couzens'.hard- icaded financial management" .aid the basis for his personal .for- tune. He was one the wealth- iest senators. He disagreed with Ford over policies in 1915 and re-signed lat- er selling, his Interest in the com- pany to'- Henry and Edsel Ford for nearly Aided Unfortunate Children Couzens' charitable benefac- tions, principally for unfortunate children, were estimated, to total more than including a trust fund estab- lished in 1.929 with a stipulation it must be spent .-within 25 years for the health, and happiness of released, Hoover said. Mahan, serving life at Alcatraz penitentiary lor the Weyerhaeus- er kidnaping, recently was trans- ferred to the federal hosplial for cases ac Springfield, Mo. Has Criminal Kecord Justice department files v dis- closed that Fliss alias vRed" Lane, wa.f' sentenced in 1020 to serve 'from 11 3-2 to 25 years at the Idaho slate prison for kid- naping, and robbery. Records did not show by what method he gainea his release. Other offenses charged against their prisoner included a sea u it and robbery at Spokane. Wash.. investigation in connection with stolen property at Billir.gS, Mont., for which he received DO days in the county jail and vagrancy in Missoula. Mont. OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct.. 23 snow was reported at Boise City in the Oklahonii equipment may be in. place 'for.. .aking a real production test. Most observers estimate that the well will make a ine with other wells the gen- eral area; Associated with W. A- Delaney jr. is the Chocta'w Oil company. Beaded by George Thompson and Claude V. Thompson. Continental Oil company .holds- the leases to .the' west and south of "Sawyer we'll, -which 'is' in the southwest corner of the.. De- laney-Choctaw lease. The second sand is said to hare every characteristic.of the second. Bromide sand In the Fitts field' except that the grains are angular instead of round. POTEXTfAT.s RISING. WELLS Steady expansion of the Ada.oil area in its several divisions con- tinues. A summary of the field as of October 20 shows the Fitts-Hunton, wells comple- ted. Potential awaits classification as Class C pool.' Fills-Upper .Simposn, 360 wells "completed, potential S47.797 bar- rels. Fitts-Wilcox-, wells' comple- ted, potential barrels. Jesse, 11 wells completed, po- tential barrels. Wells due for completion in ihe next few weeks will send the total for the three pools of the Fills field over the 500 niark. The figures given do not include i-ells or the, several Gilcrease "It removes him forever from democratic party Influence in the slate ot Oklahoma. "He won't do Landon any good nor Roosevelt any harm. "He is like Al Smith, when the party won't play his way, he takes his ball and glove and he goes home to join some other gang." Murray, former democratic gov- ernor of Oklahoma, hoarded Lan- don's special at El Reno, Okla., this morning to confer with the Kansan. As head, ot the Association for Economy and Equality Mur- ray consistently has criticized new deal policies. children in where. Michigan and- else- Train Fired On SHREVEI'ORT, Oct. 23 bullets .were tired in- to the southbound Louisiana and Arkansas passer.geriraln 'as it was leaving Alexandria about mid- night last -night. Nobody was in- jured. railV'fl.y general headquar- ters here ur.nounced today.- Most of 'the '..bullets went through the locomotive and the club car. At- leasf pick- ed up in the train.. firing occurred after train had'left the Alexandria sta- tion. Trainmen ot the railroad have been on strike for several weeks Greatest returns lor amount In- classified Outspoken in his opinions and independent in his political ac- tions, Couzens alienated many republican leaders. He supported, many legislative proposals of the. 'democratic Roosevelt administration but de-( clined to campaign for reelection j this year on that ticket. He enter-' ed the republican primary but less than a month before the election made his pro-Roosevelt announce- ment which drew' charges of republican, leaders and sealed Couzens' defeat. DETROIT, Oct. 22 James Couzens, left his sickbed, a week ago tonight to dine with President Roosevelt, .died today after an .emergency operation .performed in a .last desperate effort to save his life. On the 'operating tab.le for an hour, ihe senior Michigan sen- ator never regained ness and died while members of his family stood at-his-side. A former -partner of Henry Ford, his-vast fortune'came from the success of the billionaire mot- or car manufacturer's '-dream. Couzens'. died after hla hid for nomination-to a- third term' in the United States senate had been discarded by -the Michigan elec- torate in favor; of-.a younger man .Wilbur ib'rucier, NEW ORLEANS, Oct. Gerald L. K. Smith was attacked by three unidentified men in a radio .studio here last night ju.st] after he had delivered an ad- dress assailing Governor Richard Leche for "betraying" the late Senator Huey Long. Smith had completed his talk and was seated In the. glass en- closed studio when .the three men walked in. Without any pre- liminaries, one of them swung on Smith; striking him on' the chest. Smith's companions jumped to his defense and a brief free-for- all ensued. The intruders, see- Ing they were getting the worst of it, made for ihe door and escaped. No serious injurie-5 were report- ed after the scuffle. Smith, in his speech, criticised Governor'Leche particularly for the executive's support of a "lux- ury" 'sales tax and endorsement of "-President Roosevelt'for reeled- ion. will be greeted with cheers. He is from the Bronx. A friend of ours is so worked up over the election that. It his man loses, lie intends to go hunt-- ing and climb over a wire fence with a gun. the gas. Attention o' oil men In this panhandle today, while 1.63 m dies of rain was measured at Du rant in the southeastern area. The temperature was slowly j wells that produce.'some oil with rising from a minimum of 24 in Guymon in the panhandle. Hook- er 'reported a light snow during the night. The-snow cut.off the row crop Reason, but farmers were hopeful for a heavy snow which would provide moisture for a wheat crop. It was 42 degrees at Durant, where total rainfall for the past IS hours measured 2.78 Inches. Woodward, in northwest Okla- homa, reported a. low of Another sad plight is that of the actor who made good, but fears that, it he returns home, he MUSKOGEE, Oct, 23. Carl was under-.life sentence-today after, his plea ot guilty before. District Judge 0. P. Brewer to a'charge of slay- ing his" father-in-law, Richard Johnson, Oct. 16t TH' PESSIMIST Br BUnki, Jr. area, .already divided among sev- eral developments, is shared .by. Continental's No. 1 Daniels, in SW NE SW of 27-ln-9e, Coal county, now drilling as a wildcat below feet. In northwest Coal county -the- Carter No. 1 Warne1, NE NE NW of 31-3-0, was drilling Friday at 3t955 feet, siill in Cromwell sand and with no show of oil. In ihe Fitts field all horizons continued to furnish active ope- rations. Caner.N'o. 20. Richards, SE SW SE of "0-2-7, is rigging up hydril and will probably drill into the Wilco.x sand Sunday or, Monday. -Magnolia No. 3 Statler. SE SE SW of 2S-2-7, Oil Creek- discovery well, was running tubing and pre- paring to go on pump. In the. last swabbing test trie well made 374 barrels of oil in 17 hours. Magnolia No. S Burris-B.'NE SE NE of 2S-2-7, a Hunton well. n one hour produced 172 barrels of oil through tubing, with cubic feet on gas. SKELLY HUMOX PETITION DELAYED The corporation: commission, by request of the Slcelly Oil com: pany, has continued hearing 'on petition to rcclassify the Hunton pool 'of the Fitts field from Class D to Class C. The date for hearing was mov- ed to November 25. A Uectin' Candidate' Ike Jimpson wuz .booked fer a 'speech at Elm Grove schoolhouse yisterday, bul: on 'is- way t' th' platform he kissed ihe .wrong baby. Anyway... th' people who have their "nose1 f th' grind-' clone ain't allus got it in somebody, .else's, Windsor, ;high school'forfeited Its Saturday foot- ball game with-Fort Collins be- cause of a temporary closing.-for the beet harvest, but Windsor's record in three games to little doubt, of the outcome any-v 'how. The record: opponents   

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