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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
V \ O ELY [ 6r*0e'9 "a*** VOLUME 48 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWS GATHERING AGENCY. BRENHAM WEEKLY MESSENGER, TUESDAY, OCT. 22. w NO. 4 ANARCHIST STARTLES SENATORS DEVELOPING GIGANTIC PLAN TO CONTROL U. S. INDUSTRY W. W. ATTORNEY AND RADI- CAL LEADER TELLS STORY OF WORK IS "TOLSTIAN ANARCHIST" 'Government No Use When Proper Industrial Conditions Established," Is End Worked For. By The Associated Press. WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 20— While members of the senate labor committee investigating the steel strike sat (airly dazed and dunifound- cd, Jacob Margolis of Pittsburgh, I. W. W. attorney and admitted advo- cate of social revolution, today told them a story of ultra-radkal activi- ties, which he said underlay and were associated with the nation-wide strike of steel men. Even more remarkable to his hear- ers was the Pittsburg- attorney's de- lineation of a partially successful at- tempt covering thy last, two years to fuse at Pittsburg for an unstated but vag...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
. •, w * BRENHAM WEEKLY MESSENGER, TUESDAY, OCT. 22. ilIlM.1 Weeely Published by The Messenger Publishing Company Directors and Owners: Wm. J. Tucker, Henry Muller and Henry H. Tucker. wm. j. tucker editor Application filed at the postoffiee at Brenham for admittance as second- class matter. Office of publication, 205 Main Street. TELEPHONE No. 128 terms of subscription Per copy $0.05 Daily, one month 0.50 Daily, paid in advance for one year 5.00 Weekly Messenger, per year 1.50 SS"ee delivery by carrier in Brenham. Free of postage to all parts of the United States and its possession? and Mexico. Subscribers desiring the .iddress of their paper changed will please state both the old and new address. Member of the associated press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republica- tion of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this, paper and also the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
BRENHAM WEEKLY MESSENGER, TUESDAY. OCT. 22. i * \ % % Won't be enough Fordson Tractors to go 'round! The demand for the Fordson tractor is so great that it will be a long time proo- ably before everyone will be able to get one. Therefore, if you are looking for a tractor and wish a Fordson you should see us at once. The Fordson has more than fulfilled expectations. With its economy—efficiency —durability—it is ideal for the average farm. Burns kerosene—has special air washer—an dall moving parts are enclosed— there is practically nothing to cause trouble. Use it with the Oliver Double Gang Moldboard Plow or with 24-in. Triple Disc. Plow. Here are some of the big Oliver features: The combined roliing coulter and jointer buries all stalks, weeds and trash at the bottom of the furrow; and the stop device maintains an even depth of furrow. The best plow for your Fordson—that's the Oliver. Come in and let us show them to you. F. W. SCHUERENBERG, INC. Bad Weather Over Cotton Bolt Causes R...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
BRENHAM WEEKLY MESSENGER, TUESDAY, OCT. 22. P Try Our C >1L- 1 Inglenook Peanut Butter WANGEMANN- RElCHARDT CO. Brenkam, Texas Lumber Long Leaf Yellow Pine Brenham Lumber Co. QUALITYiQUANTIT^ ^ISATISFACTION^ F.W.Wood,Jr. H. B. Wood High Record in Oil Production; Effect Felt ih Washington County Prosperous Oil Company Turns Attention to Washington County-Will Drill Deep Test and if Oil is Found Build Pipe Line HON. JOHN .T. WHEELER OF GALVESTON IN BRENHAM SATURDAY RELATIONS TEX. PIONEERS : Anything lit Your ire? Many- people who come to us fee eye examination imagine Shere is some foreign substance m tfreir eyes. It is hard to convince them, sometimes, that these gritty, saady, scratching irritating conditions are symptoms and effects due to refractory er- , jops jvhich usually can be cor- rected tfy the wearing of prop- erty fitted glasses. A new high record, new produc- tion and work under way wus at- tained in August .according to latest data. Completions of all fields made a t...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
>1 BRENHAM WEEKLY iMlfSSENGER, TUESDAY, OCT. 22. |Jf i r PIGGLY WI6GLY Bulletin Carnation Milk small size Pur can 7 !jc Pure Honey, 1-2 gallon 95c Eagle Chili Powder, small size, per bottle 12c Van Camp's Pork & Beans Per can ll}!jc Campbells Pork and Beans Per can 13c Baker's Sweet chocolate Per cake 10c Hershey's Cocoa 1-5 lb. Per can 10c Wilson's Certified Ketchui) l*j oz bottle per bottle 25c Bulk Peanut Butter per pound 28c Brootr«, 60c and 85c Swift's Picnic Hams fi-8 pound average, per lb 27c Campbell Soups, per Per can 11 c Heinz Vinegar pints per bottle 21c AT PIGGLY WIGGLY YOU PAY FOR FOOD PRODUCTS, NOT SERVICE NOT TFT ACCEPTED WILL BE ASKED TO RETURN TO BRENHAM AND PRESENT HIS RESIGNATION IN PERSON COUNCIL MET MONDAY No Other Important Matters Come Before the City Fathers for Disposition. PROVES LURE IIS. IS DIVORCE: IS WELL /Woman Wants $250 Deposited With Ha.s Ninety Team* Operating at East- District Clerk Bouldin For Her Lost Husband. The Houston Post carried a ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
w BRENHAM WEEKLY MESSENGER. TUESDAY, OCT. 22. 6 % Farm Loans This hank is establishing a branch in San Antonio, to assist the farmers and ranchmen of South lexas to secure loans on their land in accordance *\vith the Federal Farm Loan Act. 6 p. ct. Interest, 33 years time No restrictions, rmf' Write today for our booklet giving full information. Dallas Joint Stock Land Bank San Antonio, Texas With the prevailing weather COLDS are easily contracted We handle the REXALL A.D.S and DeWitt Cold Remedies PHONE 1-0-1 Mueller Drug Company Bring us your Prescriptions WRITE US A LETTER Onfe may easily learn that almost any trans- action with a Bank can be quite satisfactorily completed by means of correspondence. Our friends are invited to use the maul to command the services of this Bank. Fir£ National Bank Brenham, Texas COST TO WASHINGTON COUNTY WAS $1232—MAIN PORTION GOES TO JURY COST The last session of the district •court was one of the least expensive 8* Washington County of any which ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
BRENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, OCT. 22, 1919 Washington County Lies Above Great Pool of Oil Say Geologists Famous Balones Fault Cuts Thru County-Re- cent Geological Findings in This County Are Attracting Attention of Oil Men When the average man hears pe- troleum mentioned, he immediately thinks of Texas and of the famous fields of Burkburnett and Ranger for they have been perhaps the most advertised of any oil fields in recent years. Moreover, they have made good. But it will probably come as a surprise even to many of the oil fra- ternity to be told that the greatest wildcat campaign in the history of oil is today under way, seeking a new pool believed to be rather indefinitely located somewhere below the big Ba- lones fault which geologically cuts Texas practically into two halves— Washington County lying in the half in which the big pool is, a pool when located that will make all those that have gone before look insignificant. It is claimed that 90 per cent of the petroleum ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Messenger — 22 October 1919
"BRENHAM WEEKLY MESSENGER, TUESDAY, OCT. 22. DEVELOPING GIGANTIC PLANS TO CONTROL U. S. INDUSTRY MONC THE VISITORS TO BRENHAM SATURDAY Continued from Page One. X Commissioners Allowed Payment of Sundry Bills and Payment Is Promptly Made I George t were allowed Switch. F. H. Quebe of Prairie Hill. Grater of Mill Creek name of Wm. Foster, secretary of the The following1 bills field strike committee, whom Sena- at the recent session of£the comrr.is- tor Kenyon recurred by a cross-ex- doners' court held in Brenham Sat- amination in which dictagraph rec-.urday: ords of telephone conversations, pho- Peter Robinson, cutting trees out to copies of Margolis' conversation of road, $2.00. and similar matter played a large q parker, conveying lunatics, etc., part. i $408.91. Margolis cool/ classed himself as "an anarchist syndicalist," in which capacity he had worked with and for the I. W. W. organization as a "Tols- tian anarchist." The government, he said: "will be of no use when proper indus...