Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 201, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 1, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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assured. The nonmi. is lOMemijUlu j
the ((iiistru.'tinii uf u four inch line
that will have a currying i-apurity
of about 6.000 barrels as a maxi-
mum. It 1ms net been announced
yet who will be ihe manager i;f the
lint- but it is stated tlat u price of
iJtihl rents a barrel hay been made
a carrying charge.
II IN ATTEMPT
TO ESCAPE CUSTODY
I Miami. June 1. After tliey had
captured three alleged HURar thieves
at Plcher a mining pump north of
here and were bringing them to JaJl
In Miami J. J. Lynch one of the
prisoners. pul!d u concealed weapon
and opening fire In the automobile
killed O. I). Vanderpool Joplln de-
tective and Norris Chandler head of
the wholesale grocery company here
zens Oil Company a Duncan con- at 4:)0oclock this morning.
! . a i . . - . ... - I nl. nrrinopa in ha .tllnwe.l
cern ju me soumeusi corner oi wt- i w- .. ... v...
lion 30 ls 8w reached the top of In a Klin fight wounded the trio
a sand at 1.672 and that the well has I captured them and brought them
Visits (ittrvin Weil
Charles H. (luddard ipf the Mumble
11)11 Company made a trip yesterday
Mo the Magnolia well on the Mauldin
farm. In sertiij HI. ls-.tw in fiar-
vln county. A sand was reached in
this well at l.:K'n feet made a flow
of oil but deeper drilling did not lie-
' velop a Well.
A Duncan lieport
It Is reported here that the Cili-
(From Local and South Oklahoma Fields)
a nice production. This well is a
little more than two miles to the
northwest of the discovery well in the
OIL MARKET QUOTATIONS
Pennsylvania 6.10 Electr '
Canada 2.1S Burkburnett
Kanaaa and Oklahoma
Somerest 3.50 liealdton .
Rag land 1.75 Hewitt
North Lima 2.93 Corsicana Heavy
South Lima 2.9' Corsicana Light .
Indiana M KJectra .
Plymouth f. 73 Heuryeto
Duncan . 3 60 Ranger .
Comanche 3.20 Moran . .
Waiters 3-50 Caddo (Heavy)
Boiler's Birthday Anniversary
It so happened that st Friday
fell upon the birthday anniversary of
j. A. Holler hut Just how many
more of these days the congenial
gentleman has s-ven to: not known.
Anyway this anniversary was bright-
ened with a w-ry happy 6 o'clock
dinner served by -Mrs. Boiler at the
family horn-? oa West Main street.
The color scheme pink and white
were carried out in the decorations
like 35 barrels an hour. The sand
was found a little higher thun in the
Krnnklin well and the production Is
better which makes the field look
goof! in that direction.
Moving in Hotary
H. L. Sturm is moving In rotary
tools to R. A. Simpson No. 3 well
on the Walker-Voorhees tract in sec-
tion 21. 4s-2w.
Bark From Nartlesviile
Otto B. Bradford of the pipe line
department of the Empire has re-
turned from a visit to the Oklahoma
offices in Eartlesville.
The Ward Fnrru
The Ward farm of 40 acres lo-
cated in section 21 4s-2w owned by
the Gypsy Oil Company is probably
producing more oil than any other
lease in the Hewitt field. The lease
has five wells completed and is mak-
ing 2900 barrels a day. No. 9 well
has cemented tno pile at 1715 feet
No. 7 is drilling at 1200 feet und
rotary totls are being moved to lo-
cation No. JO.
Prolific Water Sands
Teinpleton Oil Corporation on th
Ambrist-T farm (Hoard lease). In
section 15 4s-2w has reached a depth
of 3ii(l ftet and will try to go another
loo feet before setting the casing.
i f the home und of the dining table j This well has hart some very heavy
The dinner was a surprise to Mr. sand?. Ore water sar.d laid a' thick-
Filler which lidded to the pleasure ness of 115 feet but the most pro-
r.f the occasion. Ouests present were hific sand was found ai u depth of
Mi-s Louise r'tighiitr of Niles. Mich. 115 feet. . . i : .
.Mis. R.iv Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Cnntrell Mr. and Mr". O. W. Back Krum Dalian
C. lter Mr. .ind Mrs. Fred Pierce; j Joe in haa returned from a
'.Mis-es Dorothy and Neva lioller and j )UsilH S!1 trl t0 jmnas and Fort
Kittlierllio Pierce; Messrs. Ceorge j Worth. '
V.Mglmtr. (leorge Davis. Mark Davis
li.hn Bnyer and A.
At "five Sacra Well
Hi Off ' Hid Oas (
near Madill which
ut down for some tim
Illinois Mini Here
Joseph Kcherer of "eorla III. is
here looking over his investments in
Carter county lands and visiting with
John K. Dexter.
Building Water Line
Humble Oil Company which is build-
ing a four-inch water line from Hick-
ory creek to the Hewitt field has
tlx; line laid but the pump station
! which is under construction near the
while Jl Xvas arriving and being
set-sA-'jrr Jfce able to resume drill-
ing tpyV'yr tomorrow.
lVwo New Hefner Wells
Carter Oil Company has .completed town of Milo has not been complet-
two more wells on "the Hefner farm ed. The Hewitt field will be produc-
!Jn section 22 -Is-iw. Well No ! has ing oil for many years and when this
i.e'Mi completi d anil is making 42.1 line has been completed the Humble
barrels und Xo. 10 has lien com-1 people will always have a plentiful
I letcd and is making 225 barrels j supply of water for its leases.
The Hefner farm in one of the. best I .
liases in the field. j I sing (iood Sense
j The Hewitt producers are entitled
' Here From llenltiloii jtc the thanks of the people for the
f A. Shaner. superintendent for the j reason that they have not resorted
Carter Oil Company in the Ardmore to the use of nitro-glycerine and have
district was a visitor here yesterday 1 not shot wells Into salt water and
fiem Healdto.i. ; ruined them. The field Is mnking
good progress there 1 an eagerness
Kxlends the Well ; in drilling offsnts are being protect-
The most interesting completion in ed but that greed which often goes
the Hewitt district in many weeks 'with oil production seems to be absent
is Carter Oil Company No. 1. on the I and the field is being taken better
.Shellenberger farm in section 16 4s- care of and for many years it will re-
This was the farthest drilling mair a good field.
well to the northwest which means I
that it is an edge well on the north- j Pipe IJnn Proposed
west side id the field. It Is located The Southern line Line Company
in tho SK NK. SW of the section ! has been organized here by local peo-
nnd is a quarter of a mile north of pie fur the purpose of building - a
Wirt Franklin No. 1 on the same line from Hewitt to Ardmoro for the
fnem. Carter Company entered the ! purpose of supplying the local refin-f-mrt
nt 2025 feet and drilled out j cries with nil. The line pipe and
i 'I i pay at 2.051. The production is the pumps have been purchased and
reported to be good for something the building of the line is almost
Oil Note and Personals
John S. Sankey ' is rigging up' on
the Hefner farm in section 24 4s-2w.
Wirt Franklin No. 1 MeClure in
14 4s-2w. is drilling at TOO feet.
Carter Oil Company on the Hamil-
ton farm in 23 vls-2v has lost a
siring of tools in the hoW.
Skelley. Ketch & Wallace No. 3
on the Dillard in section 22. 4s-2w had
a producing sand from 1.3S5 to 1470
feet. The production is good for 000
barrels. This well is on the bank
of Bayou creek.
Into this city. Lynch Is believed to
be wounded fatally.
The shooting was the outcome of an
extensive sugar robbery frotn the
wholcsa'e grocery a few weeks ago.
Chandler and Vanderpool with Frank
Byrd I'nltcd States deputy marshal
tmiled J. J. Lynch and W. M. Wat-
kins of Miami to Plcher last night
and arreste-l them as they were un-
loading the sugar. They then arrest-
ed C B. Woods a Plcher grocer.
After a hasty search Lynch and
Hawkins were handcuffed and placed
In the back scat of Chandler's car
with Vanderpool. Woods sat In front
with Chandler and Byrd drove the
sugar car. As the party reached Com-
merce four miles north of here Byrd
picked up Charles Warner Commerce
police chief and they proceeded.
A few hundred yards farther Lynch
pulled an automatic which he had
concealed and opened fire. Vanderpool
was shot In the head and body and
fell unconscious. Lynch then shot
Chnndler twice through the body
killing him Instantly. Byrd and
W'arner attracted by the shooting
drew up alongside of the car and
Lynch opened fire again.
In the gun fight that followed
Lynch was shot three times and is
wounded badly. Hawkins was shot
through the ear and Wood was slight-
ly wounded. Vanderpool died a few
minutes after reaching Miami.
Both Hawkins and Lynch are for-
nir employes of Chandler. Mr. Chan
dler came here several yea-s ago from
Nieho Ma and is wide'y It'iown.
Ho is i u: vived by a wife and child
and was 30 years old. "Vanderpool
Formerly was connected with the Jop-
lin police department.
TO ARDMORE: WILL
ENGAGE IN FARMING
flay Troop of Petersburg Tehn.
has moved to Ardmore where he
will make his home.
Mr. Troop for many years' was en-
gaged In farming and stock-raising in
middle Tennessee and has come to
this section with a view of purchas-
ing a farm and residing here perma-
nently. Ho Is a man of prosperous circum-
stances and has decided to retiro
to some good farm where conditions
are mere congenial than they were
back in the old Btate.
He Is a firm believer In up-to-date
farming methods and is especially
interested in purebred stock of every
Mr. Troop has bred and sold some
fine horses back In his native state
and when he locates in this locality
the chances are that he will be seen
with some pretty fancy animals on
the streets of Ardmore '
He states that the season is very
backward in middle Tennessee on
account of the incessant rains that
have visited that section since early
Mr. Troop has not definitely decid-
ed upon a place he will purchooo
but has several under consideration.
AT OKLAHOMA CITY
Homa-Okla Oil Company In the
northwest corner of section 26. 4s-2w
on the Griffin farm is drilling at
2065 feet and Is Hearing the sand
Homa-Okla Oil Company on the
Carney farm in section 15 4s-2w is
drilling at 1310 feet and Is near the
sund level in that section.
In Ive County
The Noble well In 32. 6s-lw. In
Love county is at a depth of 2370
feet and the drill Is in a black lime
or sand. This well lost a string of
CRIMINAL COURT Of
APPEALS HANDS 001
Oklahoma City Okla. June 1. Hav-
ing received a sentence of life im-
prisonment after pleading guilty to
murder in Jackson county while hie
appeal was pending from the sentence
from four years imprisonment for
manslaughter in - Cleveland county
tools and a spear and parted the cas- Charles Holdman's appeal from Cleve-
Ing and has been delayed but the
lost tools have been found the cas
ing trouble is being overcome and the
well should resume drilling probably
BEGIN WORK ON
TO TIRE FACTORY
G. W. Young was In Ardmore this
morning and announced that he will
comply with the request made in yes-
terday's Issue of the Ardmorelte by
operators of manufacturing plants In
the industrial addition and Immedi-
ately begin to repair the road between
the city limits and .the rubber tire
factories and refineries. c
Mr. Young Insists that the city take
the matter up also and repair that
portion of the highway that lays with-
in the city limits. He says if this
is done the employees and operators
of the plants will have no cause to
complain of bad roads' In the future.
There Is about three miles of this
work to be done and Mr. Young
stated that he would take the matter
In hand at the earliest possible mo-
ment and give the people out there
what they want.
"This Is an important matter to
the business interests of the city'
said Mr. Young "and it should have
been attended to long ago but cir-
cumstances prevented giving this
section the attention it merits."
The nature of the road makes it
easy to work and it will not taks
very long to finish the work when
With two new automobiles In
their poftession two young men
who gave their names as W. P.
Scraper and R. Stapp were ar-
rested yesterday afternoon- by 8.
K. Rogers and Wade Spears city
detectives on the suspicion that
they are clever automobile thieves.
This suspicion 1n the minds of
the police was further strength-
ened by the alleged finding in a
suit case belonging to Scraper of
two revolvers a rifle and a large
quantity of ammunition and two
sets of numbered dies. In addi-
tion the two men had in their
possession several bills of sale for
automobiles besides license permits
from various Texas cities.
The men said their homes are
In Ardmore. With them at the
time of their arrest were two
young women who claimed to be
their wives and who are also be-
ing held In custody by the police
pending a .thorough investigation
Into their cases.
nnllnt New Representative Her
James Maddox. representing the
Dallas ' Morning News Is In the City
today mingling with friends.
MKN. DID YOU KNOW THAT
YOU CAN BE KITTED IN EITHKK
BLACK OA TAN OXKORUS AT $13
AND $1.35 AT HAMILTON'S B1U
SACKU ICU SHOK SAUST
The above from today's Oklahoman
was news to the police department
here as no one of the names given
above seem to be known and evi-
dently the parties in custody gave
Ardmore as their place of residence
for the reason that it was the first
place that they thought of.
SISTER OF HEALDTON
IN OKLAHOMA CITY
Oklahoma City June 1. Myrtle
Pearson 23 year qld waitress in the
Klngkade hotel has been missing
for more than a month following her
departure from-a hospital here where
she .was treated for appendicitis ac-
cording to her sister Mrs A. B. Aus
tin cf Healdton who arrived in Ok
lahoma City Sunday to search for
Miss - Pearson was rooming at 118
West Third street and left April 27
saving part she was going to visit
Mrs. Austin who lived In Covington
at that time.
Mrs. Austin believes that her sla-
ter has fallen' into ahe hands of white-slavers.
Mexico City. In a statement given
the Associated Press Adolfo de la
Huerta Mexican president ad interim
pledged guarantees to all political
candidates: efforts to Improve condi-
tions of working people and to assist
capital in developing the resources
of the country and an intention to
strengthen the Mexican relations with
'all free people ot the earth."
Small Crisco 49c
Medium Crisco 93c
Large Crisco $1.79
3 10c Toilet Paper 25c
Wesson Oil pints 37c
Wesson Oil quarts 74c
3 No. 2 Corn 43c
3 No. 2 Tomatoes 42c
3 No. 3 Tomatoes 43c
P. & G Soap 10 for 84c
vory Soap 3 for . 27c
Virginia Dare Wine
Virginia Dare Wine
Grape Juice pints 39c
Grape Juice quarts 79c
Golden Gate Coffee lb. 58c
Old Master Coffee lb.-53c
Maxwell House Coffeew53
AND MEAT MARKET
123 West Main Phone 618
Right next to Kre & Co.
Bungalows Houses and
MEYER'S CABINET SHOP
Cor. Broadway and A N. W.
Rear of Christ Church
DEFENDANT IN TULSA
FORGES FIRST LINK
"June Around" and Save a
Then Start a Bank Account
It will be the biggest dollar you ever owned
for it will mark the beginning of your success.
Dollars in an Interest-Paying Savings Account
Never Get Lazy in Hot Weather. We pay four
per cent on Savings Deposits. Today June
1st is a good time to start that account (
Exchange National Bank of Ardmore
"Always Alert to Serve You"
Tulsa. Okla. .Mine J. Testifying
that they met Charles Kricgcr at
l'.rlstow in uutumn 1917 worked with
him as oil tank builders in Bristow
and vicinity and left Kiefer for
land rounty sentence was dismissed
by the criminul court of appeals to-
day on motion of Holdcn's attorney.
The court also dismissed motion of
the plaintiff the uppeal of Charles
Cnsn. sentenced by the district court
of Grady county on a charge of
prand larceny and the appeal of
John Sherwood from the county court
of Payne county from a sentence of
60 days in jail and a fine of $100
for violation of the prohibition law.
The criminul court of appeals ren-
dered opinions today affirming judg-
ments of lower courts in the following
Hob Powell from the district court
of Tulsa county two years in the
penitentiary and JJ00 fine for a sec-
ond offense of violating the prohibi-
tion law; John Martin from the sec-
ond district court of Craig county 35
years in the penitentiary for man-
Klaiiuhter; Dave Thompson from the
district court of Kiowa county 13
months in the reformatory at Granite
fur stenl'nir an automobile; 1. J".
Perry October 24 stopping in Tulsa
only one day Oct. 25. 1917 leaving Hjnchee" from tho district court of
I... n.-vt f ..r Porrv whffp thev I . .
worked until the middle of November j
J. J. Sorrels and W. O. fthipman I
early today had completed one Mink
in the alibi defense of Charles Krleger
charged with .conspiracy In dynamit-
ing the home "of J. Edgar Pew Cur-
ter Oil Company official Oct. 29
Both witnesses testified that Krle-
eer had no chance to conspire with
either Herbert Vowels or George
Harper state witnesses who testified
that Kriegor paid them $125 for do-
ing the Job.
The defense ia expected to introduce
a number of other witnesses from
Bristow to show that Krleger board-
ed and worked in that vicinity dur-
ing the summer and fall of 1917.
Read Ardmorelte WANT ADS.
Tulsa county one year in tne peni
tentiary for forgery; K. H. Wilson
from the district court of Tulsa coun-
ty 15 years in the penitentiary or
.1. .1. Lynch who killed Norris
Chandler and O. B. Vanderpool in an
attempt to escape after he had been
arrested with two companions charg-
ed with sugar thefts died in the
Miami hospital at 12:30 o'clock this
aftornon from his wounds. Charges
of murder will be placed agnlnst C.
B. . Woods and W. M. Hawkins his
companions the county ( attorney announced.
Memphis. Gene Delmont of Mem-
phis waa awarded the referees de-
cision over Frankle Tucker of Tulsa
after eight rounds.
FOX RIG CO.
Phone No. 7
Phone No. 32
on your ne x t
tire let us show
you cross sec-
tions of the va-
rious makes you
so that you
can measure the
of the rubber
and fabric used
in building up
the v a r i o'u s -makes.
You will find that MICHELIN TIRES embody
more of these mileage giving materials.
And every bit of the materials used is of the
highest quality. For QUALITY IS ECONOMY.
Yet MICHELINS are moderate in price.
1008 TIRE SERVICE
Edgar C. Herrick Manager .
Phone 1008 Opposite Post Office
Wednesday and all Week
Very practical and pretty for summer wear are these Blouses
of Voile Batiste Organdy and Dimity. They come in blue pink
orchid and white and are as dainty as can be. Some have
Buster Brown collars some no collars and some high collars.
Lace or embroidery trimmed or plain tailored. Better come in
and see them if you are interested in Blouses and Real Values.
Sizes 34 to 46.
Gaberdine and Linene
Another special value is this lot of Wash Skirts tuck and button
trimmed fancy pockets fashioned of good quality Gaberdine
and linene. Values to $8.75.
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 201, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 1, 1920, newspaper, June 1, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158530/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.