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fiOSHER PROVE! Deep Test Well 1GII ILL EWTEHR1T01 S FULL BP OIL One Thousand Barrel Well Brought in by Oklaho ma Oil Company. r-tsUemona, Texas, Sept. .The! l."0 barrel well just brought in by tie Oklahoma Oil company more defi-j Mite'v prois the territory southeast, of the Ifsdemona townslte. With the drill ouly five feet is the sand the' veil made 1060 barrels of oil dailv torctfct-r with 3O,U0O,OOO cubic feet of The well is situated between Hi McMann'8 well and the Comanche Northern's well. The Comanhe North (rr f well the fartherest well south-i-at of Desdenrma thus far found iu tl.e pool, and the McMann operation In., half a icilt.- northwest of thie v (-U. Ine HumMe Oil and Refining: corn i j.iiv and the Lone Star Gas com panj' Rushing No. 1 is a completion t f ihc jast 30 days. The well is es timated as making eight barrels of oil I-.T day through a tube. The Rushing tr.ict is northeast of the townslte. un tttifi same tract the Rushing No. 1 of Marche. Hightower and Cogdelt, - maKinpr I&fl barrels of oil- at a t-pptn of -'725 feer. The Plains Oil and Gas company, H rnngton Xo. ?, is showing' for oil 3y00 feet. Texas DuU Well n GaMner. Texas Duke Oil company, Bronstock No 1. shut down at 2769 feet, making t ny(.',0i.(; cubic feet of gas. Duke Knowles. Vera tract. H. H. VauKht. Xo 1, is drilling at 2530 feet, linking 200 barrels. Gulf Producing company. Praeter ; No J, is drilling at 2705 feet, showing loi 15 barrels. Magnolia Petroleum company. Gen fv.cL So. 1, is shutting off water at 7 i T fett Texas t'ompanv, Gnce No. 5, is rhut own lor j-hot :. top of the big pav Jb feet. No. 6 completed at 2737 :et making 250 barrels. Comanche Connty Oil oompany. Tf-rr No 2, shut down for tankage. Mi:nelia Petroleum company. Mc uhur 1. completed at 2700 feet, iiu estimate yet made of production. Well Makinc ISO Barrels. V," i rt Fran kl in. Lacey No. 1. com--ted at a depth of 2740 feet; esti ji .i'fd ac making 150 barrels of oil . p.l 4 00,fl0 cubic feet of gas. Sinclair Gulf company, Hogg Xo. ? nb-Jidoned at 2612 feet. T( i-Penn Oil company. Gregory No. x. plumring: back to shoot. HdirMe Oi! and Refining company J'.IIison .o. i, completed at 273S feet, n ikirg 250 barrels. Te-Penn Oil company, Crowell No and completed, making 40 lrn-i from a dpth of 3151 feet. Jake Hamon, Jones No. 31. cotn-I-leted a 2774 feet, making 25 bar . els Ualinsher. Iawon t a I, Dabney No. 1 completed at 2740 feet, producing . . i.ai rely per oay Wyandott Hogg Creek Oil companv, Thompson Xo, 2. five barrels of oil and l.(00,000 cubic feet of gas. Humble Oil and Refining compaur. r-ais No. 2-B, making 1500 barrels at a depth of 2W7 feet. Crowell and Grant Cypert No. 1, making 12,000.000 cubic feet of gas at a depth of 2495 feet. Erath Duke Oil company, B. T. Terry Xo. l. So barrels. Near Jacksboro Has Gas Showing Good Progress Reported on Other Wells Now Be ing Drilled. Jacksboro. Texas. Sept. 23. The Cosden Oil and Gas company's Cherry holmes No. i continues to show gas. This test is situated In the northeast corner of the Irwin survey, 12 miles northeast of Jacksboro and is drilling at a depth of 3720 feet. 1 This same company is drilling at a oepin ot &tv leet in its victor mew art No. 1, northwest corner of the t. e L. company survey AO. 2783. 15 miles northwest of Jacksboro. Eight miles east of Jacksboro, the Southern States Oil company's Cher ry hoi me? Xo. 1, center of G. & B. N. surrey No. 4. is drilling at 1550 feet. The J. W. Knox Xo. 1 of D. Mac kenzie, on the Knox terrace, near the center of the Patrick Osborn survey. two and three quarter miles east of jacKsooro. is drilling at lose reet. Great Plains Oil and Gas Company's Green Brothers Xo. 1, southwest cor ner of the T. E. & I company survey Xo. 2730. 12 miles south of Jacks boro, is temporarily closed down at 1970 ' feet. Drilling will be resumed on inis test as soon as the drilling contract is readjusted. Sapulpa Refining company of Roi ana Petroleum company of Oklahoma, has its Jars. Elinar Oliver Xo. 1. four and a half miles southwest of Jacksboro, drilling at 1100 feet. The Dr. J. Younger Xo. 1, of S, Bv Felt, south of Wood county school land survey. 14 miles north of Jacks boro. is drilling at 1450 feet. Eteht and a half miles north, of Jacksboro,. the Hutson and Jackson Lindsay estate Xo. 1, is temporarily closed down at 1010 feet. WORK STOPPED ON RUCKER OIL AND GAS COMPANY WELL Brownwood. Texas, Sept. 23. Work has been suspended temporarily on the Rucker Oil and Gas company's well 6n the Grantham ranch near here. 'Hie curators say that It is impossible to work with a rotary rig in this test. This well was started with a standard rig some months ago, but the rotary rig was installed when the hole reached the 1000 foot level because the hole was too small to continue drilling with the standard. It i? zenerallv believed that the "Operators have extended their lease ana fixe r gaining another standard rig so they can sjart another test in January, 1920. Work Is Started On Test Well In The Maxia Field The Sheppard Oil Corpo ration Begins Drilling On 20 Inch Hole. ileiia, Texas. Sept. 23. A deep test was spudded in Wednesday in the Mexia gas field, one and a half miles west of Meiia. by the Sheppard Oil corporation on recommendation of F. Julius Fohs, geologist. Drilling started in a 10 inch hole and it is the inten tion of the company to carry the well ko the 3500 foot lev;; unless a pay ing quantity of oil is reached at a lesser deptn. ioi wen win do tne first in this district to drill below the 890 foot level at which depth gas has been encountered in most wells m thft neighborhood. tf"our miles west oi alexia me iur Island well of the Gulf coast Drill ing company, is drilling at 1750 feet. The Stroud well, three miles west or. Mexia, is arming at iww xeeu RAILROADS MAY EXTEND THE EMBARGO TO RANGER Ranffer. Texas. Sent. 23. Unless patrons of the Texas and Pacific railroad take steps to remove their less than carload shipments more promptly, the officials of the railroad Tii Voo -oa-. r i win lane steps 10 maae me emuarBu Eomjr&S 725- en?niir ?n .carload freight elastic enough, to Drilling is Continued at Ranger at Depth of 3300 Feet. Ranger, Texas. Sept. 28. The Sin clair company's Daniey No. 2 is standing full of oil. Drilling is con tinning and the total depth of the hole Is now about 3160 feet. The top of the black lime was encounter ed at the 3286 foot level. This company's Barnes Xo. 4 is going to be shot with 300 quarts of nitroglycerine at an early date. The drillers drilled the hole to a depth or 7225 feet and then the hole filled with rock to a depth of J66 feet. The Perkins Xo. S is making about 1500 barrels of oil daily. This is the well which causht rtm recently. The rig and machinery of the original operations were battered and twisted and are of no use. The company has not yet announced whether it is its intention to rig the well up again and continue drilling to the tegular pay or whether It will consider the production from the present depth sufficient. The hole is now 300S feet deep. VI ill Use Gas for Fuel. The Jackson Oil and Refining com pany s Xo. 1 Cooksey will use its i.uou.uoo runic leet or gas for fuel. Notice Dr J. A. ncsett. Residence Ph. 60. omitted from Juiy directory. Adv. AND' HE DID LITTLE PROGRESS IS MADE IN THE PECOS COUNTY WELLS Kan Angelo. Texas, Sept. 23. Owins to the waer flow in th" jie'lly-Texas Acreage company's well iii Pecos county little orogress has . fn mn4s Huv4tcr tia Tr-i operators hare ordered tpeHal ' it-Hers 10 o?r tne now nx the ' U n foot level. The sit and fie- ' nt'is inch casing is pet to ihat jth- The 10 inch hole of C. E Menzie's est on the Sherbino ranch, below lirvin. Peeo count, is ' being straightened in order to continue frilling- below 050 feet. The McCariey O;! association's "terlms counts t-st is making: slow roadway owmr o the hardness of he formation through which the drill - pa;in-r. The drillers are asin-r a itirj- rig:. The Allied Amocan Oi! and I.e f'ning company win bfcfrin drilling on Januarr i. on its new site two miles -f SterJins City. Xa-fra Menera snarpened. Allen -v-rrs & Cycle Co.. 401 X Oregon St. Adv. f ariiaa Co. buy Liberty Bonds.-Adv. hey-mi5TEr! Dimmer L r sz i 1 1 from 3375 to 3383 feet For some tyme the operators believed they would strike an oil sand and so drill ing was continued to a depth of 3(15 feet, but they have now abandoned this hope, and will use the gaa. The Wairner- At al well nf h Mid-Kansas Oil and Gas eomnanv ie cumpieieo. tne weii win be put on tne pump at once, xo estimate of production has yet been made. The oil sand in this well was encountered at a depth of 339S feet and extends leet. IVtll to Be Abandoned. The Magnolia Petroleum company's Davis Xo. 1 axiDearn fn k. 9 amo..- It will be abandoned. Tlje companv Bate- laifi leal a BQDt At ITOID 5HU to 370 feet with no results. ine mnciair uuir company's opera, tions in the South Caddn riiofrl indicate the possibility of a number oi gooa producers. The xo. 5 vaughan Is fiahinir for lost toobi wits its hole full of oil ot 3330 feet, after drilling 52 feet in the black lime formation. The drillers ae fish. wnn us noie run or oil at 3339 feet, in the R. Q. Lee welL The yocum Xo. 1 Is In the black lime, 'this formatloa was reached in this test at a depth of 3435 feet. The Sinclair company has a number of new locations on the Coody tract. Wilbatger Cotmlq Claims First Oil Well In Texas Wilbarsrer iitBtr. Tan. Malm. w. jural on wen ever brought in in the . north Texas oil fields. It was a -well j which was drilled for water by w. T. " "vi i4 rtavemuer. iirva. it is located oa section 1. Texas Central Railway company's surveys. Oil was struck at 112J feet. It was good for 30 barrels flush production and is still producing to this day. The Texas company paid Waggoner 325,000 for the well and a lease on about 270.000 acres. Thus was brought to light the great oil fields of what Is now the wonder of the world. GENERAL OIL COMPANY PLANS CASING HEAD GASOLINE PLANT j Houston. Texas. Kant. M a casinghead gasoline plant (s planned for Wichita Falls by the General Oil company oj cnis city. Tin csmpa-iy also intends to enlarge the capacity v. iniirety 10 wn oarris. ana to lay a pipe line from WicVta Falls oui&uunmL This company holds more than 100.000 acres of leases in the north west and central west Texas oil ircius, ana nas proauctien at Kortb west Burkburnett, Jolly, West Co lumbia and many operations under way in Howard, Ector and Glass cock counties. LEONARD COMPANY'S WEIA STRIKES S.iD AT IS03 FECT j The Leonard Petroleum company has struck an oil sand at 28 feet in its well four miles southeast of Bden I and 3a miles west of Brady. In McCul loch county, Texas. Operations are hindered by a flow of water struck at 2S00 feet. The strike aroused much 1 interest In that section. include less than carload shipments. The chamber of commerce here, is arranging with a Fort Worth con tractor tor the construction of a large public warehouse near the Texas and Pacific passenger station, where the charge for storage would be less than that allowed the railroad by the state commission. This movement is being made to meet the serious effects or congestion in the local freight station. How Signs Of Old Age Creep Into Your System When The Iron In Your Blood Runs Low Fr)rnrantTIAf-iIr0? iBt ?S Thirty-ffervous, Irritable and All Bun Down-While at Fifty or Sixty, With Plenty of Iron in Your Blood, You May Be Young m Feeling and Brimming Over With Vim and Energy IRON IS THE RED BLOOD FOOD Tl Ut C it . T T -n .u cp oirengmen rat nerves, Kestores Waited Time and Aid, in Giving Renewed FtT,Mmrt;t0,!!trc Pby?CianS ElIain WnyAdminurxaHonTstapIe Nnx. ated Iron Often Increases tie Streneth and Enrlnrcmr. f n.!:. d n . . Two Weeks Tme. ' c' ,"m"uu reoP,e OKI agj. ls already sunk its talons into thousands of men and women T ,'",-bt iun l" njoTinjt the springtime and summer of I,ie hn ..y l.,-ciuw thrv ,.,ve allowed worry, overwork, nervous strain -h-si-I-atiOL and oc.'n,..,rlunal po,MnS to vap the iron from their blood and ....r. u-iv fwcr to cwange iood into liviuj tisui-. luuacle and Iiram. You will im.i pientr of people at i" who ate broken i; health and steadily going downward to phy -n u'i luminal aecay v!iil other at 50 are -iroPi;. a ine. alert and 'irpi.nIr mwmg otmtr -v.:y -v.r. One :lasR wither and dies like leaves in autimm while the other by keeping up a strong power of re sistance aeainet dT-ase may pass the three score and ten mark with snr prising health, strength and vigor. But j ou can not expect to look and feel joung and vigorous unless you have plenty or iron in your blood, and physicians explain below why they " pre scribe organic iron Xuxated Iron to sup lv the lion deficient.' Stk YOU ARE AGE DRILLING POSTPONED BECAUSE OF DELAY IN TOOL ARRIVAL Temple. Texas, Sept. 23. The Nolan-Bell company has bees forced to delay the spudding: in of its well near Nolan ville, owing1 to the delay in the arrival of a string of tools. These have arrived and the well will be started at bnc Nine miles southeast of Killeen, the Mellon Oil company's test is drilling- at tZO feet and is making food progress. There are five wells drilling in Bell country and five other wells drilling near the Bell-Coryell county line. The Bell county projects are being financied by local capital. Most of the country around Temple has been leased. MAGNOLIA COMPANY WELL MAKES 500 BARRELS A DAY Desdemona, Texas. Sept. 23. The Ecaolea No. 4. of tfae MarnnK P. troleum company, southwest of Des demona, is makinc 500 barrels of oil a nay ai a aepm oi 3130 leet. Tne well is not yet completed. When the pay sand was reached the flow beean. at once. The operators expect the well to be a large producer when completed. The Atlantic Oi! Producing- com pany is soina: to drill its Vaught So. 5. on the southwest edge of the v aught tract. deMr. Na miem of ai? or gas h4 been encountered in this NEW DOMAIN OIL AND GAS COMPANY DRILLING TESTS Cisco. Texas. Sept. J. The New Domain Oil aAl ( fl Hrniiumv Anh oiumry oi ine soucn fenn un com pany, is drilling a number. of tests, both In nroven and in wildcat terri tory in Eastland and Stephens coun ties! About ten miles from the famous Perkins and Protest wells and five miles nort'i of Cisco. In Bastland county, this company's E. J. Ward test is drilling at 1188 feet Two miles west of the Sammies Thorp well on the Frank Thorp tract, in Stephens county, this company is preparing to sink a test as soon as material can be gotten to the loca tion. SHOWING OF GAS IS FOUND 1 IN ST. AUGUSTINE WELL San Augustine. Texas. Sept. SJ. A showing of gas has been found In the well near Steep creek at a depth of lleo feet. The gas showings are coming from a hard-packed sand at this depth. At 400 feet a small show, log of oil was found and since pass ing that depth a number of different showings of gas have been en countered, tint none that looks so promising as the one just discovered. Indications are that the wo!! will be a producer. AyG&SS.WA3HtyQTOH,PLAKT ' 1 10 BARREL 1VXLL AT S90 FEET. The prairie Oil and Gas companv has brought in a 10 barrel well at feet on survey S. two miles north west of the Lohn shallow field in Mcculloch county, Texas. The oil is of the same grade as that In the Loin field. WELL TUHOrCH BLACK S1IAI.E. The Cosden corapany's Cherry holmes No. 1 well, n miles northeast of Jacksboro, Jack county. Texas, has entered the black lime arter passing through 200 feet of black shale which is said to have shown oil all the way through. HogwallowLocals ARE AGEING If you axe wearied by the activities of your daily life. If you ha e lost the spring of your step and your movements are cumbrous. YOU ARE AGEING If the enthusiasm for tackling your daily problems has waned. YOU ARE AGEING If your skin is shrinking and your face looks wrin kled, careworn ana old. health because anaemia lack of iron in the blood has fasttneri i f o rin tn iu the weak, nervous, and run-down so them and is sapping their strength. as to build them up into stronzer. r'"" aaa energy, uut in my opm and see that this particular name (Xuiated Iron) ap pears on the pack age. If you have taken nrenarations such as Xux and Iron and other sim ilar iron products and failed to get results, remember that such products are an entirely different thing from Xuxatcd Iron." Dr. George H. Baker, formerly Phy sioian and Surgeon. Monmouth Me morial Hospital of New Jersey, says: "From a careful examination of the formula, ana my own tests of Nux- axea iron, i reel convinced a preparation which any nhvsielan can take himself or prescribe for his Over thirty-five years ago two far-seeing men es tablished in Oakland, California, The Paraffine Paint Company, the parent of The Paraffine Companies, Inc. They had discovered that "black paraffine," as as phalt was then called, could be made into an excellent preservative paint. With that same broad vision which was the outstanding quality of the early Pioneers, Pierce and Beardsley, a chemist and an. oil expert, planted the seed of a tremendous industry. . One of the Great Industries of the West Today The Paraffine Companies, Inc., has grown into an institution which has made "P & B" and Pabco Products names known throughout the world. Fourteen large plants have been welded into a single organization which ranks among the greatest indus tries of the Pacific Coast. High Quality Built Into Pabco Products From raw materials to finished products the process of manufacturing is contained within the one organi zation. This enables The Paraffine Companies, Inc., to watch every process with the greatest care in order to see that only the highest quality is built into every thing that goes forth as a Pabco Product. "Ru-ber-oid" and "Malthoid" Worldwide Names Whoever has had anything to do with building con struction knows that The Paraffine Companies' Ru-ber-oid and Malthoid Roofings, two of the'most widely known of the Pabco Products, .are the recognized, standards for ready roofing. All materials which go into their manufacture are gathered by the Company. Refineries are operated to produce the asphalt and associated products; rags and other-materials of which the felt is made are gathered together from all parts of the world. Then, in one of the largest and finest equipped plants in the world, under the constant supervision of experts, Ru-ber-oid and Malthoid Roofings are produced. Known Throughout the World Ru-ber-oid and Malthoid are shipped to many parts of the world. Sheer merit has built their reputation wherever build ing goes on. They have become the standard of ready roofing on the Pacific Coast, in South America, in the Orient, In Aus tralasia, in India, in South Africa. With the constant growth of The Paraffine Companies, Inc., the highest standard of quality has always been maintained. Completely equipped laboratories keep constant watch over raw materials. Long experience and complete facilities have enabled the Company o turn out products exactly suited to every climatic or other condition. Tliis Organization is at Your Service The advice and help of The Paraffine Companies' engineers and chemists are always at the service of those interested. Con sult us freely. tOS AKCTXX3 , CALirORKtA VtJMT -!MBjjjjgjjjPjE" 1 THJJt MANX I ' PABCO ' products j Roofings I 1 Felts I j g Building Papers 1 1 H Waterproofing g 3 f Materials g j Wal-Board j g Floor Covering g f 1 T 1 . - 1 T . 1-1 di i.ocD.ninwiJAiTunin 1 llBZt 1 i P I READY RQQFfHGS The tfxrr iBustntfaam kow fff cf oar jj&nfs THE PARAFFINE COMPANIES, INC. San Francisco DALLAS COMPANY TO START ITS TEST AT CEDAR HILL Cedar Hill, Texas. Sept. 3.1. The Dallas Gas and Fuel companv expects to start drilling on its test in the Cedar Hlll-Mldotbian district soon The machinery will Be in Dallas within a few lays. This company's first location Is to be made on the Anderson farm, a mile west of-Cedar Hill and about six miles west of Dal las. Drillers state that a shallow pool Is expected, but the company will sink a deep test If necessary. Oil was found In large quantities at Cedar Hill a few weeks ago. u ot tne . ,i?f JS1JE" PiN acconnt f fcign est of brass, Si7slclai! V the TickviUe Brass Band win raise t m&kft Etrnnp- lrn wimwii or preigcrioe tor nis and wlUiyTO-cheek- Pien with the utmost confidence feedin? ttSnTS meSl of owning highly beneficial ami i , iuii you can z healthier men and women. forceful men- a 'night still to be vountr in feelinr is lie iron. The oirt for. r m.tin satisfactory results." -cng the old t.me vim and energy Iron jaust go through a digestive pro- Manufacturer,- Note: Nuxated Iron which l.at irakes life worth living simply cess to transform them into organic h?" UMI T Dr- Sullivan and other i-use their blood is starving for iron-Xuxated Iron-before ,hv lrt "f1 J?" L5?"'5UI ""f- " Dr. Tams Fran- ready to be taken up and assimilated known to drug-gists ev?rywhtr Vn- ' by the human system. I tronglv ad- U . T .m,VSF? n i r P"""-" " - --!.' Jij.imuati. il and do.s not injur i i: i reaucrs til an (-1 "a to set a pry want of iron," cis Sullivan, fnrinirly Physician nf Bellevue Hosjir. ; 'H'i'do.,r Pept New Tork anii . htFti-r fiunty Hoi-pitaJ. 'Thousands are c-r ng- and leaking down at a time n t' o. oi'hI l.f PMitin" perfect S tlit-m lUrV nor upset ih' , cufat.turi rf euarantee. its rates, and from new on will ac cept anything bnt tomatoes. Eaz Barlow, leader of the Excelsior fiddling band, was observed looking at a dishpan on the Tin Peddler's wagon yesterday. "Wonder if the band is firing to enlarge. The storekeeper was savin? this Inscription for organic iron efu, sniI entlreiXfactTes morning that it wouldn't be long now I'uirmiser or cnev wm reiun'l HUH I nc WOOiQ HiVC tO lay Q0WH JUS '1. -n r unir.iM-i Test Xuxated Iron or if you dont want to go tu this trouble thtn purchase Xuxatel Iron in its ontni.il packages A ROYAL RELISH that for foar genera tions has given millions of people perfect satis faction is SAUCE Soups, Fish, Roasts, Game, Gravies, Rarebits and Salad Dressing are made more enjoyable by its use. SAUCE THE ONLY ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE REFINING COMPANY RUNS 2000 BARRELS; DOUBLE CAPACITY Fort Worth. Texas, Sept. 2Z. The Flome Oil Refining company 13 run ning 2000 barrels of oil daily .,roti. the first battery of stilN- The ec end battery of stills will in op;a tlos within the next three weeks. This set will double the capacity. The iuu capacity 01 tne niant win re. when all stills are &ei up. 6000 bar- i rels daily. j This company has completed its 1 358.000 barrel tank-farm. Its four inch pipe line from tbe Northwest . field to Iowa Park will be completed at once, The company is lay in a line from I the refinery to the Magnolia tank farm on the north side, which will be .ready for use at an early date. The Home Oil Ttefinlnjc company is backed by Fort Worth capitalists. It'si lubrication plant at Franklin, Pa.. will be ready for use Jan. 1. ', Llllllk Curly Hair! !H m&Ai&m ml n 8Hs rmmmm mi 1. j cemes. It is tn Kttrtaiv buff -cot cwJ mtnl box, err. toad uti pj&- drat ttor. and b ream to ctm fssamm Nuoa s DRILLING STARTED AGAIN IN WELL ONCE ABANDONED Teiarkana, Texas. Sept. IS. Drill lag: has been resumed at a depth of 5700 feet on the Bronway well, a few huntired feet south of the Union station. This well failed to sbow fnr nil nr trrm nnl A-n It 1- rtrilhnsr in a rock strala and -Marsha. 1. T-ia. Sept il. The the optrjto.s .. v deterirlned to I T :is. a-mpany Gibson well bas re carry ihe well to -trttO feet and prob- i aumw1 orillme. Operations have been ajiy u.rner unless oil or eas is d s- ii i-.-i ie ." acn be izzde scft tiA glesr? by usrg HairDressing Trtere is'notnirig -d equal Nelson's for making stubborn, curl hair soft and easy to manage It is fine for the scalp and roots of the hair. Thatis -whj Nel son's has been sold and recommended by druggists for over 20 yesrs, end is used bry the moit particular people everywhere. Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc. RICHMOND, VA. i TEXAS COMPANY RESUMES DRILLING IN GIBSON WELL covnd. oin to Near Nash. r-.iles from Tvvar- J " l" k.in. ilitr Te;.nrt well i setting mo I.i. .M h v i.n at l"0 feet. 1 M- c'l the rh.it a st. 111s lojt m the noie. Cafeteria. J"S Msa CARPETS CLEANED THE I. A TEST UETUOD. WILSON MILLICAN THE BEST CXKAiERS. PHONE 4400.