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AMAM LLO THIRD SECTION -SIX PAGES. DAILY AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1920 PRICE FIVE CENTS PIM L DEVELOPMENTS OF NORTH TEXAS DiSTHICT D URING PAST WEEK ftNE REPORTED BY STEPHENS COUNTY PUKE BLOOD URGED HY GOVERNMENT AS LIVESTOCK IDEAL Kiwi' In The Nr(. rOlIT WoLTII. Auk 7 HI-I.Ih-iip ronnlv fiirnlaned huih of the iilniml 1cvcntmcuta In Ihe North Vnlr.il Ti Mia nil Ni l'W tint Int I hi- niKt week 4 III" nf Iheae M'HN till development of the accoml Invent irNlur fur the y.ui for the mi i Ire fichii. Incited in th h'lirl nf HreckenridKe, nnd IIih oihi-r un the fuel Mini Ktehna coun ty (Lilly ateniKe iiriMliiiilun fur the Vi-ek wan liirrcr Ihnn the iniiput of thn Hurkh.irnett hmiI, one hertilued u tin- wonder imhiI of i lie w 4ii Id. The HrechenrHae BUHhcr Ik I1i. tierce well of the flonzulca Creek oil l'oniniiy, it atniill rompiinv Willi a cap Kill of ojply lio.fiijfl, oriptiilred hv Hon Ion nnd l!rei kcnrldise nu n. Tin wll now m fluwlrm nt I In rut" of Mill Irtrnta iliilly. i.lihimi'h II find came In for oliniit l.f.ro in 3.000 luirrcl dullv. The well la Incuted itlriTily acroa ih rtnet from thn Itret-kemidue I'h.im l-r of ('uiiimiT"' and la now the chief Mtrui ii.jii throuchout the flleda. TV flow wiii m much latgrr thtn had lieen rxoH'id thut the well nerflowed the vl rlnlty nnd much of I ho production wna li.il le-cnuiie prcnnriitloiia had rot heen mule f ir ci'ih i uuahcr Two liner Iiiivk lion I-1 Id to thi will In mill Ihiv are iinnMe to ire for the flow nnd Mirt of I lie oil la ImIiik turned Into nenrhy enrthen admae. finlv onr well ihi year had n Iruacr flovr tl.an th.' I'htc". It wan the Hi m ker No. S of the flulf I'lodiietlon Cmniwinv, whl' h minle lO.lliiO Imrri'ln I'.illy fur ncarlv thirty daya. Almnlv Ihi- I'lcrce him auri-naacd the record of tin- Ward well of thi I'lntcrni (HI Cum lnny, which vol up to g.nuO hiim-la daily. to'Knrillnft th" Stcphena county pro it'ictlon. I h- dally nvcniKe for the ji-iM Viik wan "J. !!H ham-la, an Increuae of ti In .ut i.noa hnrrcla over the irevloiia vi-. W. hlh put the county nlmve th" ll'irkhumetl ImmiI. which had daily oviniff of 7 1 .755 tmrrela durlna the )iit week. Till In all the more reinnik ii lil" when It la rememltered that only li few week a no, not more than three inontha nun. the Ht"hciia county total wan hoverlnir atound in una luu rcla l.illv while 'h llurkliiirnill pool wiin t unnlnif more than KO.OiiO Iniii'i Im. I-i li nearly two yeura the Hurkluii nctt field held thu ci'nter mn thn inont niHrl.int iriim lion In the North Central Texan tlelilc lu:t tt.at honor no muat himi to Mephena county an dlt likely will re main theie, iMcauae the latter now m In the nweiidcni'y nnd the Wichita oiililV field haa uhollt reached the nlaa.' while It will lie forced to l,y'. Itul Heady, ilecllne. Another lioporlitnt dovelopmenl of the week wna In lhi Mirtiwn "iliallow field of Palo I'lnto count v. whlili hia iareotly lieen ritciided two and one half inllei In the north and Ihr.- noli In the e.iHt of (he pievliiim lloilli of l hI m t Ion. This la fiiiolKliiil hy the fiinlliiK of n I'.imhI wind nt l..r.P. feel In th" Well .f III" W. W. llllKN Inter- el, which la K'nhI fur iilmiit 3uu bar r. N il il'y iin II Hi imiIh Thla Wi ll now I'Milin like the miint Itupiatalit iinnpl" tion the field haa had pIiii-m the ilim-ov-ery wi II, lin e it will mid mm Ii morn teirltory than nny other aiiliKwiueiit i'on:ili linn If the well hold lip to pnii nl Indication, it will mJJ iilmut Hi Millaie Inllea to the field, wlil'll Hi iea lv hut lald-n iniiii n one of the nun luiH.rloiit hIiiIIow fl'lili In I'm O llll' l ll lIlMll ill. There ni" two lniirtiiit il ilop tin nl In Wli hltn county. One In an exteiiHlmi of the Keli i MihikiT Allen diclili'l tu the eanl of th" I'hiH-nU Well In the mntherii i:nt i.f the hh.I. nun kul hv Die new MmiKcr No. I ll of Art. Hhaytie i t nl. which la n Unit. huri'i-l piiHlmir Ijile oH-rntlona there have hroiiKht the etitli" territory ihi thn ml Midi of ihla field into more favor, Hlnee there h ive heen ncveral aiuall en lentiim of the territory In that direc tion, alllliuich eailier III the i-veo. un nl Hevcial Icmh iii tlmt iliNtilt t fall. .-I A 'Hi-lit e. kIw.iiiI 'xli'iiNlnn of the K M l Pnlii'iy im fiiiiilMlnil hy the MciiKer No. I of Hhankle nnd In.fy, wliii h came 'n for il'' Imrrela. In the dixtrict of the r.cmnil Oil roiniuiny'a well, to the niathweHt of lh" WiiKKotier illilrlct, there han lieen tinother i xI'-iifIiui to tin went. furnlHh ed hy the Holten No. I of KliKlerlKht -I nl, wlili h In koinI for 3 1 i Inn h In tally. Much Interest haa remained on the l I nation In the n mlliei a nnd manh wentern imi't mh 1iNttand county ilur llIK th" Week. Illtlluliull there have l'en no new ill Velopiliellta of (rri'lit conae ipience. The Millmrn itroiip of produc er In the roiithui-Htern part of the county continue tu hold up well, which prciuviKi-a i Imir nnd tuofiUlite cam IhiIkii of development there. One nnd one-half Milieu to the iiimI the Tnry .la coi n well of the ItiHlnit Slur Production t'oiuiMiny lr ImIiik ili-cieinil, nfter the hole had hi en cluinul nut, mid it Ik Khnwlne K 'Kni of mnkliiK n very (jinmI pi'Mlucer from the new wind picked Hi nt iM.'iO feet The drtlli ra nre prooN-it-Iiik cantleimly, however, nnd It pna IMv Will he Vi nil ilaya In fore It la fully lerteil. The veil now la miikinii 'iiroiind l0 harrelN dally. ' There haa lni n no niiprecl.ilile chanife ill the I'liett well of the I'ltt.-i'iiu K Weal--m oil I'otiipiinv In the noiuliein imrt of the county, which haa Ihi n makiiiit irniiiid I Mi linrreN of nil troiii the 2. 2 'HfiHit Kind fur e-veral ilaya Thla nlao J la n nmr atmd and piirni A Wld" a-npe of neiy d Veli pmei.t. IN CLOVE U. RECINA. SASK.-J. C Rol.crt. on, provincial commlsiiloner of irriculture, aui) recently in a re view of the livvKtork industry, hat the value of cattle in Simkatcliewun would1 be Increaiod fUO.OUU.OUU if purebred bulla were uaed io a'.l Jirrda. "Many purebred alrca wore dl tribute -monK the furniera by the Kovernment." auid the com mi -i-aioiier. "(Jrode femulea alao ere lioufht fur cash and auld on emiy term of payment tu breedera. Crude ewe were aold on a similar dun. New blood won intro.lir-ed Into the flock by the importation and dintribution of purebred rami. Much work wiia done toward the eradication of mock diaensea. The exNirimit m of aUillicna hua Uen carried on encui'ticallv nnd the unfit have been weeded nut bv re .Tuaa I of cortilicMte to owner. Livestock In weatern (anuda r A; 'iikj i BBBh. . ! All.' . . I BBH . t 3 1 Aj" J-J ". V bred baaia." The Canndinn povrrnment for year h romlm-ted a rumpaipn of education and financial nM(anre to liirmeri in an effort to net t!ir boren, cattle, klievn and hoi't of uaaible. of the livtKtock haa a fund bred atandnrd na moit completely rliminuted. At a P' reaull, icruli unimal have been a Si l m now luita f.n lh the llniny (hat the h.-iih.' i t hImIiI In nil electrical phenomenon rm.'jaliy wuikmir toward a pure Mbe trovmce to aa nearly a pur' ARMV ENLISTS ElEIIEH !EIli CROP OF WEST TEXAS FIGURED SHORT Moat per- rentnire of pure blood nnd pure bred berda of all kindi are lifcr.: "hIcIv dialributi'd. Hh-iInI la Tlie Ni Wf. I'l.AINVIKW, Aiir. 7-A riuuillim p.iily from the Nlin le nth Infantry rel'iieiit of I'oit 11b haa aiiiin-d up eleven men fn in thla coinmimll v. Moat of the men. however, do not Hm her, hu were worklnx here aa harv. nl ImniU. In th recrulilnu iarty wrre I lent. I.. I,. Kntoliiie and 11 il' toll of three m n. H,'t. Ilemleraon. Corp. My ra. nnd I'vl. Thmupaon Lieut. Kol7.e. hue aM nt moat of lad fall nnd winter on ruTiillinif duty here nod haa a nine ntmiher of fcleinN in I'l.ilnvlew. Il alalia that the I'oli Inr.intiv. which I'ontaliia iiiiinv ll.ile t'niiiilv iM-ya, will lie tianNferred to l'l.iiilni u Itinacka on Like riiaioplilii. .V V, -il the end of thia month tierlil Ii. The Nr, l.l l'.ltt PK. i 7 - llailnuid nil-Ihi'iitli-M in WaNliiiiKti.n fill t i uppre- Hit" ll." I'lin'ell of prmlilcla I hut Iky I' ll. h null.- nnd t'lama haa offen d to the l illnruN In He- hi lilolltll. A" einlifie ii. ii report recelvi-d from the A'liailllo null of the Went Tenaa I'lmin- 111 I- l-f I'oilHllelee te WliallinKtoll Mil- thoiMiiM In ve rmiiinl i in I the wheiit priHlin linn nf tin- I'anliMiulle nml pl ilua nl x.iihii.imiii In.flnlH. vtloreaa cnn. rvn live ri'iMMta have plared It at U.IHin.lllMI luiHlieh'. Xt.inv I . ii a have liven det illed to HiliitN in Ihi)' aii lli.n. hut It la feur id lint K un ih nnd mini' alat -a on lie- r.'iile il lint. i l.iki ii i bin:" of llom lH-ri.ee their itnviil here.. 'I'll" U i-nI 'l'eim I 'Ii iiiiIh i nf I'iiiii un re ih iihw pn-NiiniK furllier In; mea for preNeiitatioii lo the Interahite I'oniinelce I '. ininliiMiiin ahowlliK that lh" aituallon needa Ita rlcnreat conaid-ii-itioii in order lo avoid lima lo the f n-niera mill ur.-iln ilinlera. The relHirt i ivh Mini 2.V0IIH Ki nln cat a are niovliisj toward Tex. in, nnd that thla alnte ahoiild i nine ii iniiiH'i timi of Ihiiw cara I i ...ft. I...r..l.a II U'UM lll.llll.'it Akllt tlllllll llinlit'inil cara were atarteit town id the! I'.iiihamlle mid I'lalna, hut H hwl or tilraynl nuay from the iMiiteii path nnd h l.n KatiHiia nnd not Texaa. IteeMrreil Pla neceivH I'XIU t'AII, Auk. 7 Nineteen reala i uh i-;a have li-n rii-etvsl hern re-1 i.m! for iliflriliutlon mnona rluh lioya. Hut en lire Kilta of aprlua far ri' nnd I lm-" hniira of aiuitiK farrow. Tiny in fiom LIlM-rly, Mo., and tep. ii- ut what linilini; ho men of Mia r mi I. Nel.nikii and Iowa ore lirccd Inr, Nieorihmr lo Ihe Weal Trmn Cham Ih i of I omuierce. The total hrnuaht In UiIh year mrv I'-tn lei 4 realal'-T'il l.llin III I l I'KlHlellll liua Trv a Imlly Newi Wat t Ad. MOTIC hi DO YOU WANT TO RECEIVE FKKK A DAILY LIST OF ALL IN STRUMENTS AS FILED FOR RECORD IN THE COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE? IF SO, SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS, OR PHONE 1343 Amarillo Abstract & Title Company In rear City National Bank' Phone 1343 , V Want Ads Bring Rcsultf. Try One Today r WHO fat mef: LL o H is a native Texan, was reared on a farm, learning there the honor and dignity of manual labor. A man of education, being a grad unte of Baylor University and the' University of Texas. An eminently successful lawyer, having practiced his profession at the Waco Bar for the past twenty years, and being connected with numerous cases of local and state-wide import ance. A friend of education, having for several years served as President of the Conference for Education in Texas, and for the past fifteen years as President of the Board of Trus ses of Baylor University. With no entangling political alii nnccs, and with malice toward none, he is making the race for Governor on his own individual merit. The 'younrjeat Speaker who ever presided over the Texas House of Representatives; the first one from whoae ruling there was never an ap peal, and the first one who was al ways present, it being unnecessary ii any time during his administra tion to elect a Speaker, pro tern. Being neither a dodger nor side stepper of political responsibility, he was, while a member of the Texas Legislature from McLennan County, one of only three of the 164 mem bers who never missed, during an entire session, a roll call, and who never failed to record his vote on every question submitted. As prosecuting attorney he tried 422 cases, with convictions in all except 16, turning into the county treasury, ahnve his salary and expenses of his office, $24,7M.OO. Bin efficient in the dispatch of business, he reduced the average ses tion nf the McLennan County grand jury from ten weeks to nine days a year, securing, however, more convic tions, nnd saving the county at the same time approximately $15,000 a year. He found in Waco open gambling houses and open saloons on Sunday, but betievinp; tltat an officer should hfve the courage to enforce the law, he closed both, shutting the doors of thirty-five gambling houses by perma nent injunctions and emphasising the enforcement of the law by being the first proaecuting attorney in Texas to send a landlord to the penitentiary for permitting gambling on his prem ises, as he aho lead the way by be 'inn th first prosecuting attorney in the SUte to secure a penitentiary conviction for selling intoxicants in violation of law. Pet riot ic and loyal, he not only served his rjovrrnment by subscribing to the various war activities, but backed i?p the men in the trenches by giving liberally of his time, mak ing more than a hundred speeches la different parts of the State in pro moting . the various phases el war work. As an advocate of some mutual agreement between the nations whereby future wars would be ma da improbable, he has served for more than a year as State Chairman of the League to Enforce Peace. A believer in friendship, charity and benevolence, he served as Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Texas, and has, throughout the State for years, proven himself an able advocate of the several fraternal orders to which he belongs. As a practical believer in an ceo nomiral administration of public af fairs, he paid into the public treasury during four years of his administra tion as county attorney, more money than all the other county attorneys of Texas combined. The Potter County Neff Club believe that t he voters of Texas only need to know the record of Mr. Neff as compared to that of his opponent to strongly support him in the coming election. Your vote is solicited on his Democratic principles. Potter County Neff Club A. S. STINNETT, Chairman.