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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Ardmore, Oklahoma A age two a Aily Ardmore Ite Wco a jul nos 20, Tiki. A Good banking connection is essential to business Success a a a a. In univ. The Bank was re Thev Haw shake Means its. A from local and South Oklahoma Fields ailing women set Quick help from pepsin Oij which restores Sooil health a debility a of. from which women frequently suffer is the cause of thin watery blood. By taking pepsin of you can Ward off anaemia which destroys health and Beauty. Pepsi nol strengthens weak digestive notion helps your stomach do its work and promotes the thorough assimilation of food that created an unfailing Supply of the pure Wood necessary to give you Rosy robust health. Number of times and did not lower the production. The Well promises to be a Good producer for tills depth. Commercial jus Magnolia Petroleum company drilling in Section 14-2s-bw in the Velma tract is reported to have found a Gas Sand at 640 feet that is making seven million feet. A few More Wells like this will induce tile Lone Star to build a a line in to this area and provide a Market for the producers of that area. Oil notes and personals Innes Miller. With the american Industrial Oil company was in the City last night from the Oil City District. Pictured Story of a e. F. Told in democrats May cast discretion to winds mrs. J. H. French has gone to Oklahoma. City to ship her household goods to this City. Or. And mrs. French have secured the Frank head Homo at 208 , Southwest for Tho summer. A a Oil Market quotations Pennsylvania ------------------$6.10 Electra 3.50 Canada -___�?______________3.13 Burkburnett a 3.50. ______________________-___3.03 Corning a 8.d0 Princeton __________________________3.03 Cabell ----------�?---�?-----3.67 kansa3 an j oklahoma________3.6�?~j Somerset a a 3.50 Lea Luton �?z________________________2.75 Ragland _____--------------3.75 Hewitt ________�?__________3.50 North lima________ii.2.9s Corsicana heavy___-_____________1.78 South lima__�?__________-______2,98 Corsicana Light 3.00 Indiana a a a 2.88 Electra. _______________________3.50 Plymouth a 2.78 Henryetta 3.50 a Duncan _________________________3.50 Ranger. 3.o0 Comanche ----.-----.-----------3.o0 Moran. a a 3.50 Walters a 3.50 Caddo heavy Dave Stewart comes Back the boys of the Oil a fraternity Wilt be glad to learn that Dave Stewart of the Magnolia Petroleum company is Back in harness. Dave suffered i slight stroke of paralysis about three years ago that threatened to disable the Veteran pipe line Man of theirld but it was not quite As Strong As the Constitution of a Ltd Stewart and it is being overcome. E. A. Latimer who helped to relieve or. Stewart in the Early Days of the attack is now in Colorado on his vacation and or Stewart is attending to the Lull business of the pipe line department of the Dallas office. Or. Stewart has Laid More pipe line than has any other Man in the world and he occupies a unique position in Oil production of the country he has often said that he wanted to round out ills career by the building of a pipe line from Mexico into the United states and that ambition May yet be realized by him. There is no line connecting the two countries and such a. Line is needed by the Oil fraternity of this country and if it is Ever built it will be by the Standard in All prefab ability. Or. Stewart has looked after Oil production not Only in the United states Lor the Standard but he has visited Many foreign countries. His last a trip abroad was to China where he went to obtain concessions and to Start drilling operations.16-4s-2\v, offsetting the Simpson Well in the Southeast Corner of 9. To. H. Steele. T. H. Steele of the Kewanee Oil. And Bas. Company whose death was reported from Tulsa yesterday was Well known in Ardmore. Or. Steele a company made a Purchase of production in the. Healdton Field and he managed this property for some time and also represented his company in the entire state. He was Active in the game up to the time of his passing and to has been Here several times since Hewitt was discovered. He was always of the opinion that the Southern portion of the state would give up a vast Wear in in Oil and he kept in close touch with All the Ardmore Oil District. He has a son who is equipped to succeed him in business but lie will be sincerely missed in this portion of the. State. A new location Magnolia Petroleum company Haa made a location on the w. T. Cruce farm in the Northeast Corner of Section caught lots of fish b. A. Simpson l. D. Rickey Ana w. P. Poland have returned from Corpus Christie where they spent several Days fishing in the Bay. They went Back to the place where they were caught in a storm last summer Ann where it was reported they had been washed out to sea in a Small boat. Or. Pus Christi where they spent several Simpson says they caught More fish on this trip than on any other he Ever made and that the party had a very enjoyable time. They never. Give up Coline Oil company in Section 31-ls-2w is under reaming the. 6-Inch pipe and is looking for a string of 5 3-la Inch pipe. The company expects to Tlell As Ong As it can make Progress Drill As Long As it can make any Progress and efforts. Wil be made to go to a depth of 3,700 feet. The Wel is Noi at a depth of 2,770 feet. M. D. Smith farm the Texas company expects to Drill in a Well today on the Horton farm in Section 21-4s-2w. To lib Horton farm in owned by m. D. Smith. Visit intr Texas company Bill Johnson head warehouseman for the Texas company in Oklahoma and Kansas is Here today visiting with to v. represents the company. In the Ardmore District. Oil City completion Oklahoma Peerless Oil company in Section 21, 3s-2w, in the Oil a City District has completed its vell no. 6. Tho top of the Sand was reached at s65 and was be entrained 15 feet and the Drill stopped in the pay. The owners believe the new Well will Start off with a production of 40 to 50 barrels. The other Wells on the lease Mill be cleaned out before More drilling is done. Visitin Dallas officers Charles r. Stewart of the. Pipeline department of the Magnolia Petroleum company was in the Healdton Field yesterday and left today for Dallas to visit the offices of the company. Will visit Ardmore miss Crete Stewart daughter of or. And mrs. C. R. Stewart of okla Between the Man who has Learned to save and Bank his Money and the Man who has not Learned is the difference ten years hence Between the Man flourishing in business and the Man looking for a Job. We solicit and. Will appreciate your business. 4% paid on savings deposits Exchange National Bank of Ardmore a always Alert to serve you co City drug store. Komar drug co. Sampley drug co. Homa City is at Healdton. The guest of her aunt mrs. C. J. Henegar and she will be in Here saturday to spend a week or Moro in Ardmore As the guest of miss Ruth Kan Dol and other Ardmore friends. Haj Don Star ago Oil Healdton Field has at this time seven million barrels of Oil in storage. The highest Point Ever reached in this Field was Between fourteen and fifteen million barrels. The storage was decreasing when the Hewitt was discovered and since that time it Haa been at a standstill or practically so. Oil at Hewitt is being run As fast As it is produced and no Oil in that area is going to storage except what is being put in storage by the pipe line companies. Malting 1,000 barrels Gypsy Oil company no. 7, on the Ward farm in 21, 4s-2w, Lias been completed. The top of the Sand was reached at 2,180 feet the Sand was penetrated 26 feet and the production is Good for 1,000 barrels. Made Duncan completion Hamon amp Ketch no. 1 in Section 33, is so in the Duncan Field has been completed and is connected with the pipe line. It is making 500. Barrels or a Little better. These people have five More Wells on the same tract. That will be in within a Short time. W. W. Quot wills is Here from fort Worth visiting with w. A. French and looking Over Tho Hewitt District. Edward Galt is on a business trip today to fort Voth Harold Wallace is at Home from a trip to Oklahoma City. Frank l. Ketch who has been kept rather close at Duncan was Here last night. Dave Black of Tull a representing the Guffey Gillispie interest was hero today. Or. Black has been making a study of the Garvin county Field where his company has made purchases. We own 60 acres in sop. Is t 4 a 1 a in Hewitt Field. We want to sell Oil lease on same. If interested see Bob Philips at collies store or phone s. G. Wood at 701. 22-3 the Palace of sweets has been purchased by g. E. Shinas and the new management extends a Hearty Welcome to the Public. Fresh Home made Candy every Day. Adv. 23-g a North Extension the Anderson amp Simpson Well in the Southeast Corner of Section 9, 4s-2w, gives every Promise that it will extend the Hewitt Field. For the iat 100 feet this Well has been making Oil and Gas and it is looking Good and a location by other parties has been made to the Northwest of this Well a half railed the North Side of the Field continues to. Look very Good. Shallow Gas Well m Courtney Oil company in Section 4, 2s-5w, in the Velma District reached a Gas. Sand at 340 feet that is making two million feet. Empire big Gasser the Empire Gas Well on the Davis farm in Section 34, 2s-3w, in the Fox area has not been. Tested. After the Well was shut in Oil filled the Well within 20 feet of the top and the Gas was held Down. The Well was opened yesterday and the Bailer lowered but it did not go very far until Tho agitation resulted in the emptying of the Well and it will have to be shut in and used As a Gasser. An Oil Saver will be installed and the Well will produce Oil while it is giving up a Gas to the pipe line. In Fox area Plains Oil and Gas company in Section 27, 2s-3w, in the Fox area has not been Able to resume drilling on account of casing trouble. An immense traffic an idea of the traffic that is carried on Between Ardmore and Tolje Fields is demonstrated by. The fact that a person who drove in from there yesterday afternoon counted 00 oars on the Road. The trip required less than an hour. This would indicate that As Many As 100 cars pass Over the Oil Field Road every Clay. A traffic is heavy As that deserves a Road that is dragged after every rain and kept in Good condition until such time and the commissioners Are ready to apply the hard surface. Madill boy Well pleased with the present army Camp tames b. Hartin of Madill who enlisted through the local army recruiting station March 22, 1920, spent yesterday visiting friends in Ardmore. To called on sergeant Stafford who is in charge of the recruiting work in this District and thanked the sergeant for having in flu ocl him to enter the military service. A i have enjoyed my vacation he told the sergeant a but i Don t feel just away from my regiment and in a glad the time is drawing Itie to return. The present army is different from the War time army and there is no reason Why. A Young Man can not make Good if he applies himself we have a Good time in Camp and i am glad that i Young Hartin is stationed at Camp Taylor Louisville ivy., with the 6th Field artillery 1st division and is on 20 Day furlough. He was is months in Gyi during the Lute War and went overseas wit the 90th division. Hartin re enlisted for one year and states that he intends to a it Ike on another hitch when his present term of service expires. Washington june 23. A the Story of Force is told in pictures on lie Walls of a the National museum in a permanent exhibit just opened to Tho Public. Drawn from life in paint pen and Ink or Pencil by american artists commissioned avid sent to the front for that a purpose the collection of nearly 500 studies detailing almost every phase of life in the army overseas is spread Over the Walls of half a dozen great Well lighted rooms. It is a tale of stirring action which to key disclose. Among the scenes depicted Are ruined French villages made sacred forever to americans acc also of american blood freely Given to tear them from German hands. There Are the homely appealing scenes from behind the lines with Happy go Lucky youngsters of Pershing a division in billets mixing among the people of France the very old and the very Young people. Here acid there Are grim reminders of the great tragedy in groups of huddled dead in wrecked enemy trenches Over which the tide of Victory had poured. Again half glimpsed through a downpour of rain a trudging Sodden infantry column is moving Onward through a sea of mud As the artist saw it or an endless line of weary gun teams drags Forward the batteries to blast Tho Road to. Triumph. At one Point the artist caught and held for his fellow countrymen Tho breathless Tensity of a. Forest output peering through the Leafy screen of his Covert toward the enemy lines his Rifle hugged close w Ith fingers clinched about the trigger at another a. Slash of Light from a half opened door has painted on the screen of Nigist just a hint at a column tramping on toward Battle just a Young face or two in the line weary dirty but with jaws grim set with Pur. Pose. Again it is a Hospital that has gripped the artist imagination a twisted writhing from under the tumbled Blanket with agony in every line and Over it we steady eyed surgeon or the Purciful figure of an army nurse. In rooms around the picture display Are shown All Tho countless things which with the army and the Navy dealt in the War the guns the bombs the uniforms of ally and enemy alike captured weapons and German War gear of Many kinds. These form a striking setting for the epic tale of War artists have pictured probably the Only such record Ever assembled for. It began with the army and runs on to the departure of the homeward transports at the close. Artists who made the pictures All of whom held the rank of Captain in the american expeditionary Force include a Allacc Morgan Ernest. Pix Otto. Julius Andre Smith Harry e. Townsend Harvey Dunn Walter -.t. Duncan All of new York City William to. A Olward Fairport n. Y., and George a. Harding Wynnewood pay a second destructive fire in Baltimore history Baltimore june 23.�?starting within seven Hundred feet of where the great fire of 1904 wiped out the. Baltimore business District flames Early this morning practically wrecked the seven Story building at 37 Hopkins place and quickly spread to four other structures the damage according to insurance men will Likely reach $1,000,000, and this brings the fire damage for Baltimore to $1,500,000 for twelve hours. The first Blaze being in the seven Story Darby building which swept the wholesale House of Blumberg by others. Continued from Page one might be Nam. To match wits af3 eloquence with it Tho nebraskan in the convention. Although or. Bryan is expected to make a fight also a Artst the administration treaty Milank the general belief of his friends Here is that lie will Reserve his greatest Effort for the prohibit lds a no a pm ohly is a expected to reach Ssan Francisco late in the week though the treaty fire works May Start with the arrival late today of senator Carter Glass of Virginia who is credited to Villi holding president Wilson s commission to write the administration league of nation s Plank. Senator Glass is the leading candidate for chairman of the platform committee and the general prediction today was that he would be chosen to that position with Little opposition. Some of the anti administration managers had not abandoned Hope however that they might Combine their forces to select someone Cummings said today that it was still an open question whether the adoption of the platform or the Choice of a nominee would come first on the convention platform. Tho Prospect of a prolonged fight on a committee Over prohibition and perhaps some other subjects has led to the movement to go ahead with balloting while the commit the sits. The usual order is. To dispose of the platform first however an the general fueling seemed to be that custom would be followed. Such talk As there was today am on candidates seemed to strengthen Tho prospects of a deadlock for several ballots some of those who Are in the inner circles of the plans said it would be hard to conceive How the two thirds necessary to nominate could be brought into one column for two or three Roll Calls at least Ana they pointed out if two or three candidates divided the bulk of the voting strength among them favorite son and dark horses would be encountered to prolong the deadly Dot by holding to their balance of the generally accepted View the withdrawal of William g. Mcadoo will operate to make a deadlock More Likely by distributing More or less the strength which had been lined up behind him. Some thought however that a. Considerable following would vote for him despite his Public withdrawal while the most enthusiastic of the Mcadoo supporters were still predicting that he. Would be the nominee. Northern baptists Art confronted. With hard financial proposition Washington Cutie 23.�?milione, n. Y., 7,550 increase 1,098, or 18.8 percent. Montrose col3,581 increase 3fl or 10 percent. Cadillac touring car perfect condition priced to sell. Phone �93, 112 a. Maus . Quot cold cafe. Budweiser at Early a 18-7.�?adv. County attorney files East Side property county attorney brow i has filed injunction proceedings against. A concern on East main Street which is alleged to be a place wherein booze and narcotics Are disposed of. It was operated by Roy Carter who was required to make Bond for his appearance in court later. A place at Wilson operated by weeks and Lundsford was also closed up in the county attorney on a similar charge. Meeting of service menus welfare committee a special meeting of the. Service menus welfare committee will be held tonight at s of clock in the office of or. W. Hardy. All. Members Are. Requested to be present. Mrs c. G. Squires Secretary. Buffalo n. Y., june 23.�?the thirteenth meeting of the Northern Baptist convention opened,.Here today. How to raise the remaining $40,000,--000 of its $100,000,001 new world movement fund and How the fund is to to administered for the Extension of educational evangelistic americanization and Mission work Are questions that will occupy much of the convention s time until adjournment june 29. The annual report of the. Treasurer of tie american Baptist foreign Mission society submitted today shows appropriations of $3,493,391 for lands buildings and equipment the largest in the history of the society. A Large part of the total was for the new hospitals schools and churches in India China and the skin allays summer fatigue impacts delightful freshness these torrid Days the soft subtly fragrant Caress of Wyl Dewood Camelia talc. Most exquisitely delicate and so satiny smooth you feel when you be used it you know no such perfect Talcum As Wyl Dewood fifty cents at your druggists certified by Wyl Dewood laboratories Alexander drug co. Fox Rico Rig contractors phone no. 7 phone no. 32 Healdton Ardmore at Santa Anna. Two More new Wells have been drilled into Tho Sands at Santa Anna tex1 As Aid that area gives Promise of developing into an important Oil Field. The Healdton Petroleum company owns a Large acreage near the disco erty will and it is starting drilling operations there. Lone Star operations Lone Star Gas company in Section 17, 3s-4w is drilling at 9s0 feet. A Light water Sand was encountered at -900 feet. A in Loco Field Lone Star Gas company in 7, 3s. 5w, in the Loco Field has an Oil Sand at 440 feet that gives Promise of making a pay Well. A slight Oil showing Lone Star Gas company in Section 32, 3s-4w, is drilling at 520 feet. This Well has had several slight Oil showings. Report from Velma. Healdton Petroleum company in 2g, ls-5w, in the Velma District is drilling at 592 feet. The Gas Sands have been found and one Oil Sand 11 feet thick has been drilled through. The company expects to Complete the Well in the 700-foot Well at Velma the Texas company has a Well in Section a 2s-5w, in the Velma District that Lias been completed three years and the Well is now said to to pumping nine barrels of Oil. This was the first Well drilled. Lomoro Oil company Lomore Oil company no. 6 on til Antoinette Cobb farm in Section 36-ls-5w reached the top of a Sand at 6g.> feet. The Sand was penetrated a depth of 33 feet. Tie Baler was run for a a. L. Cruce 111 a. L. Cruce is ill at his Home 523 twelfth Avenue Northwest. I sure i was considered by a number of physicians to be in the last stages of diabetes and was told that my. Be was very Short. I am still putting ins Sicteen hours a Day and have never taken anything else except Hobo. 2t has never failed to relieve me. Don to be afraid to take Stobo. Take double the amount prescribed. I have taken As touch As a whole bottle within 24 hours with the very be6t results. So writes a. F. Box of 211 n. Fifth Street san Antonio Texas. What this wonderful remedy did for him it May do for you if you have such trouble. Do not Long for health have it ask your druggist today for a bottle of Fidney bladder Rowdy a bottle of Hobo at your drug Post s costs Only $1.20. It is pure clean and free from habit forming drugs. Plait to / be Hobo Medicine mfg. Co. 6 Shreveport la. I recommended and sold by Frame drug co., Cliff a. Adcock Bomar drug co Gravitt drug co. 6 Bell ans hot water sure Relief re la aws in digestion. Groceries and meats Large Crisco ____$1.90 Choice steaks____35e pork chops -----___.35c Stew meat _______20c Chuck roast ___�?25c Rump ,25c sugar per la. _____25c 3. Pkg. Macaroni__25c 3 cans Small milk 25c tall milk_________15c Lipton coffee_____.50c mrs. Tucker a shortening _____$2.30 one gallon blackberries a __$1.1.5 gallon pineapple 85c 13 North Washington phone 250 Here is your Chance Han an oxfords $16.95, $17.45 and $17.95 positively for one week Only. Black kid and Kangaroo. Also Brown kid stright last medium and foot form. A Slater and bostonian oxfords English and medium toe Ilia Brown calf and kid also Black kid and Kangaroo $10.95, $13.45, $15.45 see specials broken lots $3.95 and $6.95 an Opportunity to buy this seasons merchandise for one week at a great reduction. Watch our menus window

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