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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NKW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGK OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS AVKUNESDAY, MAY IJETHRR1DGE; ALJ1ERTA, PAGE SEVEN ISCLOSElfflNIOH IL o- Mosby Oil Field Near Uoundup Is Real Well Yielding 40 Uarrels Oil Drilling in S. W. Saskatchewan in Line With New .Field. Oil developments ot a recent dale in Woulami, within a few miles ot the Alberta border are interpreted as hav- ing an important bearing on drilling that is now progressing close to tho noutliciiH corner ot this province and in the southeast corner of Saskatche- wan. In those districts tho Imperial Oil Company Is drilling. Tho Mon- tana developments arc not far distant from the present gas fields along tho border.' Norlh from Uoundup ami shell, which are ou Ihe Chicago, Mil- waukee and St. Paul, oil prospecting !s now proceeding with all the haste that capital and labor can overcome the natural obstacles. Money is pour- Ing Into the district from Ihe east nnd from the west. California capita- lists are Just as interested as those of eastern centres. This field is termed the llosby oil field. Wlnnett Is the closest rail point and for Borne time mud has been ham- pering tho movement of freight from there. Notwithstanding this handicap, ono outfit, the Standard Oil Company, which took over part of the Interests ot tho Mussclshell Valley Oil Com- overcame the mud and got Its machinery on to Its land. Press Comment In reference to this boom tho Sweet Grass Advocate prints: ".Material continues to arrive at "Winnctt station, and the station yard Is cluttered -with trainloads of heavy machinery and drilling equipment. If ell tho casing In tho Winnctt yards put end to end it would te suf- ficient to stretch half way across tho state of 'Montana. Perhaps this state- ment la a little extravagant but there is certainly a great supply oE this ma- terial awaiting the drying of iho roads which .will permit of shipment to the fields. In the- meantime drill era and helpers, camp men and crews sit about -Winnett and await the wel- come whilo the operators, iho men arc- putting up the money, chafe delay. Twenty- 30 now welis-wilUbe.spuddec in just as soon as the.-weather clerk will permit. "There is IHtle change al the Els eovory well of the Krantz corpora Mon all this money and material .moving, and brought rock hounds and geologists from the one of the world to pass upon the sur taco o! what may be ono of the world's last deposits ot Iho Montana field. The Di3cover> well has been hooked up dlcnfes whether THEY ARE IN A COMBINE OR NOT with regard lo rales and conditions ot insurance." MY COMPANIES ARE ALL NON-BOARD So can sftvo you monoy as my pitimiuni rales are lower, both for new and renewals- IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE ME E. R. J. Forster Phone 1793 Cream Prices On and after May 10th we will pay the following prices for cream, f.o.b. your shipping point: Extra Sweet......... 64c per ft. BuKerfat No. 1 Churning...... 61c per ft. Butterfat No. 2 Churning S8c per ft. Butterfat Remember we pay express charges on all cream shipments and remit by money order for each shipment received. y Crystal Dairy Limited 1 ;