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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1fl20.
IN THE OIL FIELDS
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The Mlnnehoma Well
Sorthivcst of Pawhuska.
t' n iku Is onco moro In tho
1 r- f'.L ' OS 'hB bl? .,"r0,d,VCl,lt'
. , V in lit- stato ami Uio Mliino
l".'.V "t. 11-26-8 la -till (he
I.bio t if he greatest interest to
, r ci IT""1 I'awhuska cornea
io Vc.i t il"'" every man,
w ,m ia and i tulil wlihln a radius ot
n t visited (Ho well and
wire wc.l repaid for Illy trip by soo
j. e a we.. the performance of
whic.i has never teen equalled and
t it f jwed ovur tho derrick In a
'ay to b. :e M to tho hearts of
me be j who make picture for the
The wed U the real uiing ai-
r (h, U'.il IIUL I,
i, i i .i on tho southwest slope
of what is usually callod tho Meyers
dome, a.inaugn m u, uratnuvu iu
ncak of ne dome Is nld to bo whore
No 1 w I"' jlc1 which was only
,'in ordinary well. It Is on a high
l.ill at that and perhaps tho geolo
gists hate miscalculated somehow.
One of Ihe best featured of tho
new field 1 that tlirco of Paw
huskas well known cltizons own an
eighth Interest each In thin well
and IhU will doubtless bo an In
centive for other people In that
lively town to Invest In drilling wells
up that way. They aro J. J.
AVorlen, Doctor Carson and Albert
Jaeksou and wero rccolvlng tho
congratulations of the people of
I'mhuska whllo the well wan put-
nr more on mruuKu 1.11c uiuu uinn
ni, hniir which would t-a
something like 17.000 barrels per
The sad part of It Is that somo
of the oil got away and ran down
the creek and will not ndd greatly
to the drinking qualities ot thu
Pawhuska waicr supply. It mado
a stream down tho ravine that could
hardly bo crosssd by anyone and
tho men around the well wero work,
ing In hip boots and raincoats.
Colonel Getty has not as yet an
nount "d Ills Intention to como 10
see this well but Is evidently well
plcaicd that his Interests are being
looked after by A. II. Hydcn, who
hus charge of tho offlcu hero and
(who has been with Colonel Getty
for six yea is In the producing de
partment Mr Ilyden has tho repu
tation of being ono of the best pro
duc'ion nun In the business and has
the entire confidence of tho oil nud
pipe lino men In this vicinity. Thai
the well wilt go down In history us
the bex. yet is still n question as who
can .ell but thcro will be other and
even belter producers brought in
least expected and when 110 ono Is
looking. Moro than that they como
in burr-lien. It should be stated
that the Qulr peoplo are. building
a five mile connection to help tako
enro of tho oil.
Marland Companies Plan
llig Things for 1920.
Special to The World.
I'ONCA CITY. Okla., Jan. 3. Tho
jnocu.ed Marland oil, gas and le
aning companies of Ponca City are
planning big things for 1920. The
'$ slia lno completion of tho
J2.000.0OO extension to the refinery
at Ponca City, increasing it from a
-.500 to a 6,uu0-bnrrel capacity, an I
which will manufacture nil bv-iirod-
ucts of crude petroleum. I
The new ear will see tho com
pletion of tho organization In Osage
county, with the thousands of acres
o ea s evclopel and the n"w
pipe lino system of Kay County 'Gas
C(- "pai.) hi.iierlilg thu production
and pumping It to the refinery at
Within the next two months Mar
land Kefinlng company will have in
operation Its branch sales and serv
ice station department, which will
be puduolly onlargod until tho
company will be ablo to handle all
thft nrnrinrt n, lB r nAn.iu
jlnery direi t from tho Plant to the
tAnSUmor This nnw tl.n..lM.nt
Jemplete the chain In the two com
Janiev operations, enabling them to
'nandle all their production from tho
OIL AND GAS
BapidlM, iroiucuoa, EU.
Will red a few shares Itepubllc IIo
Jln ng stock at par. l.loyd, 012 South
Oalvestoq, l'hone Osage 7S15.
Stanley Warfleld accountant, aud
:i,fc.oxr7!M' ay'"em,, 0aa8',
cai'lfUMacref, ln, ,oe near Qulnton
fiML. Haj!k!ll county. 1350.
Advt. ' Ui noblnaon ldg.
imuSr, M!e' ,-600 f(,,t 6-8, 17
pound casing, also 2.000 foot 20
round almost new. Call Cedar 828.
gterr?.' ,J'PUt Clht
no.ltm" ff,c . experience, desires
f n,i. references; pro-
'er small 01 company. Address 46
iafd w Hoser county, shallow
fJIa?.i.ag9 d(lreM 1, O. Box 268,
ciarernore, Okla. Advt.
r"fnt t0a" "pert thoroughly com
turnS. ihnSl n '"come tax re
Advt l'hone Osage 6225 or 7444
W.0' ,n':n,!?n . about the, n.
"ssee. anr) r.n.
la (err tnr.7 J.Vi UK "nV
m swtwKica ir aDDrovea.
Pa. . "
wrlenC2?mftercUI eood title to be
14-it t.;J- lA.of NE t- f 10.
M of oil m"' ,!0'000 toi"
from df i nfa af : dr"nB 30 days
from now fh1-C0,Iltract- Two months
Prlre. Will L. ,tase wl" ,oubl ln
brokers. PhoJVn? dea',nKs wl(h
Aavt 08 Cedar 155, Tulsa.
well, througli pipe linos nnd re
finery to the consumer.
Tho number of tank cars owned
and opoiatcd ly the .Marlnnd lie-
lining company, will bo doubled i
within the next six month, the In
crodso being neces.Hary tu handle tho
lncifMSfd output of the refinery.
Most Important from un adminls- I
trauvo standpoint will he thu com
pictiuii of thu new uffUu buildings
north of the ruflnuiy. lluth orgciiilzu 1
IIoiih linvo beau hundlc.'iped i,y lack
of spaco for adnilnlauuthc puilio.os.
Tho six-story offlcu l.ulldliiK slll he '
compldtod In the spring and will j
provldo ample room fur all admin- 1
lstiutlvu atid executive departments.
Ily summer, l'JilO, the inoaiq Uiy
for viiiuiuyoM will do nearly com
plete, witii probiihly 100 Imusps com-N
Pletvd or iimlcr construction.
Twelve wollsi were brought In by
Marlnnd Hudnlng company und Kay
Coutiiy Uhs joinpany in Uucember,
bringing up tho Urngu pi eduction
by several hundred barrels.
A new location has been mndo on
thu l.illlu (.juentip lease In tho
Osage, and work has started on
builulng a rig This Is .No. 16 on
tho I.llltc Quenlln. .No. 1 on this
leaso U down :i,10 feet, with 1,000
leei of oil In the hole, und bids fair
to bo completed soon. This will lie
the second producing well on this
'1 liu Ueorgn II. Jlrcet No. t!. In
the deep Kind field south of l'onca
City, which tho production depart
ment has been keeping scoie on
since its completion last June, will
just about tup tho muik of 200.UUU
barrels when tho December pi educ
tion Is totaled. This well, ono of
the tlmi deep tests in the 1'uncu
field to tho deep sand, has beon do
ing an averngu of 1,000 barrels a
Interest In oil development in
northern Kay county Is greutty In
creased because ot a well being
drilled by the Marland Refining
company on a school quarter, tost of
tho Chllocco Indian school reserva
tion, which was recently leased fir
oil ami gas development. The school
quarter test Is shut down ut 3,500
teel with the hole full of oil. When
tho Mc.Mlchacl well was drilled,
over n year ago, oil was found at
this same depth, but not In paying
quuntliies and since that llmo oil
men have boen anticipating a pay nt
ill. it depth. The.Mc.Mlcnael became a
lamous guuscr .that has continued to
supply the cities of l'onca City,
Newklrk and Tonkawa.
The school quarter is In north
iaiu townsiup uud there Is good ovl
deuco of a pool being uncovered
thero. A well on the A. 1). Thomp.10,1
farm, in tho same locality, drilled
suvcrnl yeais ago, showed 125 feet
of sand at 2,500 feet.
Still farther east In this county
tho John llowntt ranch near Hardy,
111 tho former Kaw Indian reserva
tion, has been leased by the Okla
homa .Na.lonul Oil company and de
velopment to the amount of $350,
I'OO lu to be undertaken there. The
company is Incorporated for J 1,000,
000. In the western portion of Kay
county tho lllackwcll Oil & (las Co.
bus drilled four gas wells, ono each
on the Jones una Myeis farms, in
tho northeast and northwest, re
spectively, of 1-28-lw, and two on
tho Mueetter farm, in southwest 5-28-lw.
One of tho Musetter wells
hus teen brought lu as a 70-barrol
A. A. Richards Dead.
A. A. itlchards. whoso death was
unnounced In yesterday's World,
was exceedmly well known ana we.t
belovud by a large circle of friends
.11 Tul.a uud was prominent and
the moving spirit in tho Independent
uil association wnicn was very
active four or five yeurs ugo. Mr.
Itlchards will be laid to rest at
Oxford, Kan., his wife's former
home nnd whero several of the
hildroii urc buried. The body will
arrlvu at Wellington .Sunday n.ghtl
u midnight and short funeral serv
ices will bo held thero Monday. ,
The burial, however, will take place !
at Oxford as above mentioned. 1
Mr. Itlchards was n war horse In,
politics ln Kansas and was credited
with having elected Chester A-I-oiig
to the United Slates senate
against Jerry Simpson nnd this In
me lace ot a strong farmers at
IIo enjoyed tho political gamo per
haps more than the oil business and
of late hud lived In Wusiiington, I).
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WrVte eurRea I
PECK Reidcnc8 2442
C . In order tn be near the center
of po.ltn ,u 1, uiiy His property
in the Hltd creek district at oik
time was . onsidered us being falriy.
good stuff but hns not been counted
111 anumg the moro prolific leases
Hut to his wlfu and sons there Is
thu greatest sympathy extended
Tho family trlatlons have lwas
been unusually cIosh and Intimate
with the sirongom bond ot love and
affection between them.
Late tews From (iarber.
Ily KAY I'llTUHS.
tVcll tv Th WU
OAltnnil, OK.a.. Jnn. 2. The
Marlnnd Ileflnltig company li build
ing a ilg for No, 1 tin the Htrelnh
farm In the northeast corner of 24-23-4W,
a mile and a half north and
a half east of Ourber. It Is hopi-d
that .Marlnnd s siicci'kh follows him
from I'Mirn City III (Ills Ills first
wi'll in Garfield county. Ills Valu
able producing property In tho (l.ir
ber field is held with tile Cosden oft
Xt (Iiim Co. who have charge t the
Another well of i.xceptlntml Inter
est Is the l'.iolflc-Wyoming oil At
ua.1 uo. ."so. 1 on the Wnlohnr farm,
southwest il-2'.'-4w, which Is rig
ging up. It H three-quartois of 11
mite north of prolific production mi
tho l.ynds farm. A half-mile nnrlh
of It a well found th'e sands high
but too light to contain oil.
Two wells searching for produc
tion out of the bounds of the profit
acreage aro drawing a little notice
at this time. Charles S Orlffee No
1 on tho Kenmon farm, southeast
2H-23-3W, Is drilling below 2,3(10 feel
and Is due for till, mlt water or the
fanners' sand .Stafford, el al., (of
Wichita, Kan ) No. 1 on the Medlln
farm, southwwt 2C-23-(w, is re
ported to be a mystery well and the
report says that a little gas Is show
ing, tiuessers pluco tho depth of the
well at around 1,500 feet. It may
be u mistake thut ho Is not giving
Tho UatiKS pool, will claim nomu
attention now for a few days ut
leant us thu Oil Statu Petroleum
company No. 4 an thu Humes farm,
northwest ir-23-3w. Is Hearing the
sand that was picked up at 2,138
feet by No. l which Is a location
north and a location east. The first
well on this farm created a senna
Hon a year ago Inst April when It
picked up over a 100 barrels flush
production uud was over five milss
from the ne.irest neighbor. Four
other wells close tu It und to the
north uud northwest developed oil
but No. 1 remains thu bent well.
K.illuies wvru drilled nearly all
around the quarter section except to
the southwest and hope lingers that
only edge wells have been found of
a good pool that lies to the south
west. Tho steady Increase of tho pro
duction of tho Garbor field, which
now Is past 10,000 barrels a day ot
oil that has a dollar uud it half
premium, is causing many of the oil
fraternity to study the 'Well lng.i
of this section, now that the advanc
ing pr.!cu of nil Is adding stimulus
to wlldcutlng. They are not satis
fied that all of the production Is In
the -1,500 acres, proven In a solid
body, of thu Garber field, In the 400
ucris of the defined Hillings field,
and lu the 4 0-acre spot of Ihe liarnes
pool. Spring will sen many wildcats
drilling In this d.stilct.
Murray Doan Resigned.
Announcement has been made
from tho offices of the Gulf Oil cor
poration In Pittsburgh thu M,
M. Doan hus tendered his res .
lion as a vlce-piesldunt of the Gulf
I'lpo Lino company of Oklahoma
and the Gypsy OH company, to take
effect with the closo of the year.
Mr. Dunn was for a number of
yeuis In charge of the business of
those companies In the mld-con(l-ncnt
fields nnd for the past three
years hos been located In the gen
eral offices In Pittsburgh. Ho has
always had n strong preference for
the west, however, and his desire to
rcsldo In Tulsa, where he owns his
home, has caused him to finally
sever his connection with the Gulf
Open that savings account with the I'nlted Savings and Ioan As
sociation. If you didn't get to It yesterday bo sure tn take part of
that pay check you get today and go up and open an account with
It. It Is so euiy to acquire the habit once you make tho start
And 9 Interest
It surely looks good Just like finding It. If you are not fully
acquainted with their plan phono for their representative to call
The United Savings
. M.ribe mm.
3Ugt- . fcTfl
1. .T..,t Comparer
ccmpanies and retain to OKIulumn.
Mr D.1..11 luis for tii.ui years
bun 11 conspicuous figure lit the oil
bilMtusi all ovei tne l.nued Hi.i.en
He has been a most successful und
prominent representative of the
i:oii)puuiiii wlin which hu bus been
asH.iclHied, and the ollleern ot these
computilis express gieat Icgicl al
his withdrawal ftnui the oigaiilM-
spiny I "nmi llic .Miliiin (ill Wells.
Uiu .1411 hi impiiitant well btoiignt
III Is thai o( tile Cor. ci l'ciiuieiim
coin). any in I'lueono.lio, which is
yielding at the line of 11,0, uuu bur
1 ins dad). A number of wells that
have been closed down 111 ilus re
gion have been reopened locently.
i'he well refill i'd to Is the sixth be
longing j ihe company mid is by
far iiie .nigesi pioiiucer. The
oilier wells have only been produc
ing aboui 2n per cent ot their
pu.ciiuulliy und It Is said that the
new onu -will b kept oloiwd down
until there Is occasion to use its
products. This well ramii In with
such 11 licmendous flow (hat It
sp iutcd high 111 ihe air and the nil
hod 10 be conn oiled by bunks of
eiii'ih until a valve could bu piaced
for T'otiii oiling the geyser.
Ilccture of (he recent discovery of
petioltiim 111 l'rusldlo, Texus, and
tne gir.11 excitement that has fol
lowed, increasing the value of lands
Kiverut bundled per cent, 11 is be
lieved that tho name oil bell ex
tends across the Itlo Grande, nnd an
a t'onieiiienco there Is an Investiga
tion under way ut OJItiaga and vi
cinity, un the Mexican side of the
liver, with good prospects for suc
es The first concessions for
drilling oil wells in the northern
portion of the ieiiit!tc have been
grunied by the department of 111
uiistry und comineice. Two have
been isrttictl for this purpose in I'a
tiuco Chleo, near Juarez, lu the state
of Chihuahua, und one at San Jose
de Ids Alamos, district of Maplml,
state of Imr.iugo It Is reported that
several laige foreign concerns lire
Investigating both these localities,
which are several hundred miles
from each other, with (he view to
engage ln ilevolnpmutit.
it Is announced that die special
commlMiloncrs appointed by the su
preme court far tha purpose of
considering the various appeals
tuketi by the petroleum companies
have completed their labors and
that nil which remains Is to deter
mine the order which the respective
cases shall be taken up by tho limlll
body of the court. It Is expected
that this will be determined dur
ing the coming week.
Two new companies engaging lu
tho petroleum Industry have filed
their applications with tho depart
ment of Industry, commerce ami
labor. These are tho Imperial Gas
a Combustible Co., with tho regis
tration No. 3S7, uud the Agwl Ke
finlng company, with the registra
tion No. 3CS..
The Agwl Mexican Petroleum
company has been granted permis
sion to Install two steel tanks lu
Its refinery at Tampamachoco,
Tuxpan, and tho .Mexican Gulf Oil
company to land matetlal for the
construction of tanks for Its uso 'at
the terminal of Ilora-Cajotu .
The t'nlon Oil company, tho
Mexican Gulf OH company, the Mexi
can .Sinclair Pe'rolemn company, the
Aztec Petroleum company and tho
CnpuchlnhH Petroleum company,
have been cited 'o answer to the
uiithorlilt-H for various InfnictlonM
of the. laws the nature thereof not
ONIMIAIil' .MIliK SOPTII
or i'.mi:ham on, co.'.s
One-quarter Interest carried
In first two wells to be
drilled by January 20. Con
tract with Phillips Petro
leum. High-class stuff nn
Kmplre structure. Half of
my Interest for Immediate
Al. ,T. llltl.V
llooin rt), lintel Tulsa
and Loan Association
being specified in the pubshcil
s.utomeiiis .M.xiuin llevtew
South of llcggs.
The llhtck & .Hliiionnn p.ople have
tltlolliei- pig wci at tne center ot
the west Uuu or tne northwisi of ilm
so, iti, w est of ",-li II, but nil estl
mule us tn its cniicliy Is not nvtill
Utile. It Is living onset by Unite
Phillips No. 1, 011 the Ihk, wluih
llmo loolis well Illume, the moll. y.
'ihe Hum-Mall un company dull
ing In un, ci mcr el Hit- west line nt
the southwest of the noituwet of
he Mime srenou hdte a h.iuhiIik lor
uoout i,.'00 bnrri is, tun is not tli .llcii
In eiioiiHli to gri 11 line on, bill It I
aht uitig Octtcr II. un the .So. 1,
which was a big pioducvi
.,. e. iviitox huh conipleted Nn
20 und N. 21 011 thu Walter luniks
1111 111 ill .lv-1.1-II west of llnsgs
and iiHeh ale In (he litiiehcr suibl
irom 2u to if, feel nmi p. educing
approximately Urn tunics nnd -uU
. alii is, rvspic licly.
The l'rodiii'eis .v, Itolliiein cor
I'OI nt lull hiuc completed .No. S nil
.11, .t.t iniuM.i in tut. .enter .if tin
north line of the tioiinwosi of U-il-
II olid tile well Is slowing for sou
or 4vii baiiuln.
A (i 1 111 1 Day for Itiiiiini-,
YeMteuluy was 1 crtniniy a great
day tor Illinois autue of winch , id
pi live nut only lo iiue totiiuliuiou
III tact, but will be ot the glua.iHI
liiipoiliilice nnd Hie lict-uwllll slv. 11
lor wbiii they ale ivoiili.
The I hilly Okliihommi canlcs the
ri'iior. that the I'ro.iueeis ,v llo
finurs corpuiiitlun hus 11 siiuw.ug m
o.t , . 1 .a 1 a . i.i , n n, out 1. 1 in is do
llied llhMllllil l III the olftce neil'
Ainillii'i- iiiiiinr In, .I it thai 11 wen
la showing oil near KKuinitlo, Aik.,
and thcie the tis tal 11 iin.iiings lu
tins ItiHliince. It H said tile well is
nailed up und un one allowed anj -white
near It. It is Incited In Unli 1
county, according to this same
rumor, which Ii noitheiul of tho tug
g.iu lu the Monroe, I.u , district.
..mime! 1 upon Is in Hid effect
tliul tho Phillips Petroleum company
has u well in J3-1R li which Is milk
ing 600 I nrrels. A it port from the
oftlco will probably be iccelved be
fore going .to press.
Mat land Is digging 11 cellar ut his
No. 1 Ktrelich lu thu northeast r.or
ii? r of 24-23-4W.
The Carter baa a 7fi-burrcl well
In IN No. 30 Plvnly In the south
east corner of the southwest of the
southeast of ho northwest or 21-23-4W.
Hand was found between
2,100-58 feet. Thu No. 31 Is com
pleted for a BO-barrel well In the
center of Ihe north line of the nor'h
west of tho same suction. Tho fund
wnii found between 1.70S-75 ft""
The No. 32 in the center of the
northeast of the southeast of the
attention on, pitomter.its
l'or Halo Ono rnr 0 4 -Inch
20-lb, cnslng, run once. One ear
10-lnrh, 35-11). casing, new, In
transK. Osage 0532.
L. L. l.ANGWORTHY
Centrifugal, Chemical and lllnctrlral.
1011 Daniel llldg. Phono O-2C00
ZUMWALT, WILLSON &
Certified Public Accountants.
.Special Attention lo I
KEnUUAI.. TAX PKOIlI,nMS
310-41-12 Kennedy llnlldlng ,
Phiine Oiinge r..12
usto CAR Ftnxs K ONE HALT rmct
Of Kansas City, Mo,
mi:mim:r.s nhw vomc ktock
KXCHA.WK nnd CIIICAOO
IIOAIID OK TltADH
Btocks. Ilunds, Ornln ami Cotton.
Rlandard Oil and Kubildlary
Hlock New Vork and lloston
Curb, Liberty Honda nought and
Bold Private Wires.
CI IAS. I). CltOTCHiriT, Mgr.
Telephone Oviirc 112011. No. 1 1
I'uisi 1'uurtli St., Tul'n, Okla.
fVITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
COSDEN & COMPANY a
man op. ad pirrnor.Kr.M phoducts
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
pitoDCCKits HRrmniiH pictholkcm phoducts
J. B. II VAN, Ttllsa
J. It. HILL, Chicago
INDIAHOMA REFINING COMPANY
Heflncrles at Okmulgee, Okla ; Hast (It. I-oul, 111
TCL8A OITICE: C03-S04 KKHNKDV III.DO
BT. LOUIB OKKICB: KKDKIIAI. ItKSBHVB HANK I1I.DO.
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
Oneral Bales Office:
RIAITO HCILDINO. KANBAH CITY, MIHBOUm
Ueflnerles nt Okmulgee. Ponca City, Cushlns and Jennings, Oklahoma.
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
RKKINBKH, BXPOHTKItB AND MAHKISTEHH
Tulsa Office! Cosden llldg, Phone 4409
noi'hwest of the name seci n Is
good for CO bin -els lu a.ind found
between 1 fii!2 ami I.9CU fm".
The I'.it ifn VY) inning ml tlm
iCo. Ims n rig up for Its Nn. 1 Will-
scr in me saiiiuwesL corner in iiie
nortlieast of the southwest nt 6-2'-8w
'i7i Ihv. Oil Men
K I 'raw lev ami 1'.. lingers
Kemp huie gntie to Chbiign oil 1
shun business tup.
John T While, director of pur
chases and snlrs of the lakeside
Peirnleiiin conipany of f'hlcugii, Is
In tlm city mid says Hint lie has
found prices much higher und pie
diets that luiuh ttf the price cutting
.hut was going on last eur and
specially dining the -nullum
months, Mill be clllnlualiil Item
A. liny AlllMin hns been appointed
sa es manager of the General Refill
ing company with luadqiiai t 1 s In
Chicago, RUtHfctlllig V T. VMilt.lrld.
who with hi" family will move buck,
to Tulsa und ihey will icietve a
ttrni weleoine and will soon lie at
home to their many fi lends hue.
Whit has a great way with him
wl eii It comes to bus lug refined
('. Hmlth, iiBSlslnnt general sec
retary or the Antei bun I'litioleum
Institute, has been in town for 11 few
days as thv guest of John Murk
bam. Jr., und Is liielileinully looking
icr Hie siliiiiil hi with r, nurd to tax
mutteis und the fuel nil nil nil (Km
Mr. finlih Mys thin the Mid ('mill
nent till x- Gas iissiu liillon has donn
Milch exceptionally good wot I. In th"
nutt er of defining Hie minilng of
the tux law that 11 is In a e.us by
llseir when It comes to taxation.
II. II Hay, who was In charge of.
the lease department of the five
clvlll7cil tribes with headquarters lu ',
Muskogee for eight years, Is In the'
city from Hhrnvuporl, where he Is In 1
the leaning busllieMI on a large scire
llo hh)H thai the story of a well in
Ark iinuii near Kblorudo was lu cir
culation at Hhreveport when he left,
but hud not been confirmed Thurs
day night when he took lite (ruin for
Tulsa lie will be lu town for lli'en
or tour days and Is meeting with a
warm reception from his many
friends here K. 11 Perry la In Kun
huh City on business.
NICIIOt.lt THANfirr.ll AND
Trttlnr, Parking 1 I.r,l Mntlnt
Yns dial SVpirtts rnn !.olirt for
Mnuietioltl f Ik.Is.
We Hold a I'rnmln Atofe rrofltl
Phom 117-1 111
SHIP BY TRUCK
I Ion vv Oil richl llaullng
B. H. MEGGINSON
Plinnii Osiign IH'il
MhcIiIiio .V- Tool
0nrl Onnlrnel Msrldnt
Work, (), (liiollo atet
fllum Kn(lns Ofrrlnul'
int Cyltnilsr Urlntlnt
Making Foil nj at Ion Holla.
Oir Al)li. WalJinc.
wa ars aola manufacturora of parti
for O K RlnrU and llonlil- Dlae rins
and l'ull I'ow.ra and O K Hlonn
Pumna We have roioj.rlant inrehaiilta
for tlt'A work. We repair anil make
418.7 Ee Hrat. Phone 70SS 3I6
McGREEVY & CO.
New Orleans Cottnn Rxchangi
Chicago Hoard of Trnde
New Vork HlncJt fgir.hung
Pill V ATE WI11KS
Stocks Grain Cotton
I.lvorty Ponds nought and Hold
Oi:OKOK U ICVHKIt. Manager
121 ust Third .Street (Hotel Tulsa)
Tulsa Storage and
Two strictly fire-proof storuge
Clieyfnne und I"rlc,i Trnrksj
Cincinnati 11 nil 1'rlxm lYncks.
109,000 square feet floor spare,
special mourn for hniinehold
goods nnd pianos Moving
packing rriiilng and shipping a
Pinnies! Otago innH-127n
When you move, think of us
lUltlinorn. T. J. BHAftP, Phone r.C2o
Ardrnore, J. H H1IAKP, Plume U20
Okmulgee Producing & Refining Company
V,lluA' Vu'").- .. OKMUI1I3IJ, OICLA.
I Hill and H. lloulder Robolt IhlMlng
ACME PETiiOLEUM COMPANY
riMir. OU.-dAfl ,r K KltOHUNIJNAPTHA OAflOMNra
S 0 ';?x(nZ,,u o,a (i,":';',!r,0ff,CB Kn City Offica
'"" "n"k 9in H. .Michigan Ave. 401 Bscurlty llldg.
RIERY OIL COMPANY
1,7 . ,,'p,,nl,,," N' Yn". I'HIsbitigh. Cleveland. Chicago. TnKt
"7 'f"r"'r'ly Phones Osqg 7t70-T571
OHIO CITIRS GAS COMPANY
lUIPINPItlllH AT Ct aillNI! AND AIlDMOniO
MIDWEST BELTING & RUBBER CO.
Phone Osnns dial , , n, . .
Hro., Cups. TUB "OnNnHAl." TIItl-5. Rve,:r.;nek?r!;,rlbU,0r-
" WVst nrst, Tt'ok-a': """"" '"""" "",!ort Wntt Tol
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
IHODICHItH ANI IlKKiNMMtH or "PAHCO" PI'TUOLUUM
NwWwt National Hunk Hul dlng TtnA, OKLA.
S A PULP A REFINING COMPANY
.Manuneturrs Petrnleuni Prodiiets Balen Dept
712 Now Klrst National Hunk llldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED
Iteflnertes Urated all Okmulge,, Oklahoma City, Cushlng. Poncn
n,.i... m,i '. .k,n n"'1 "nlneevllle, Tsxas
""'" "'''- -Phone 7000. 323 Unity Hulldlnc. Tulsa
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
It, .f. flHAIlPK and It. T. Ml 'HSR II. Itesldenl Agents Phone 3l
ROXANA PFPROLEUM COMPANY
PltOtH.'CnitB AND URKINKHH
Ht. I,oul,. Mo.. Arcn.le llldg, Tulsa, Oklt.. Mayo Illdsi
Chicago, III., Continental Commercial Hunk llldg.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
ItKI'INBliIBH AT CUBIIINfl
Bales Office. 20S Boulh I.iHallo fltreet, Chicago
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
MVJNOHTON IlKKINnilH COHPOItATION
Ilurkburnelt Crude for Halo Petroleum Produots
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CAKH I.HABBD,
Ono. K. Hrlghnm, Houthwest
worus: uniieyviue, ivnnsns
KANOLA OIL & REFINING COMPANY
An Impress Trust
PKODUCKHH OF CllUDH OIL
Bultn 423 Kennedy Ilulldlng TULHA, OKLAHOMA
THE HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
MAGNA OIL & REFINING COMPANY
MANIJKACTiminiB AND DIBTItlllUTOnfl OF ALL
308 KHNNKDY IlLDO. P. H. X. OBAOR l00
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
IIKKINRIIB OF IIIOIIKST HltADH LUimiCATINO OIL3
MIIIKITK LtMlHICATi:H UKI1IT
Hlxty Per Cent Hntter Lubricating Than Any Oilier Oil
General Ofricni Arcado Ilulldlng Ht. Louis, Mo.
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
Bales Offlee-20 Dnst Jackson IJIvd., Chicago
(leneral Office 3Jt New First National Ilsnk Ilulldlng, Tulsa, Okla.
Phone 167 and 36C9
Wl! MAHKICT KVHHY PIITIIOLKUM DEUIVATlVfl
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulsa Office, Cosden Hulliltng. (leneral Office! Chicago, 203 LaSalla
Htreot. New York Office! J7 flattery Place.
MIDCO IlLDO.. TCLHA
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
Qt'ALITY PHODIJCTa ONLY
CC-CS Initial 130-140 Knd Point 430-440 Hotter Oasollno for
6S-0 Initial 130-140 13ml Point 428 the Hettor Trade
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PKTHOLRITM AND ITB PUODUCTH
Genera! Officer Ft Worth, Texas Refinery! Ardrnore, Okla,
OKLA. PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
PRTHOLr.UM AND ITB PHODITCTS
Kales and Oeneral Offices, O. P. A It. Hide, Tulsa, Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
rtKFINEUS OF HIOII (lllADB CHUDH
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
PHOM IT SRHVICK
I07-80S-803 COHDBN HLDO. PHONES S3 15
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
TBXAH CUCDU UBKINKD PHODUCTil
1001 Daniel llldg. Our Own Tank Cars Phone lilt
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
PB'f KOLBt M PUODUCTH
Tulsa, Okla., 215 Hlnrlalr Hidg, New York, 120 Broadway
Chicago, Conway Ilulldlng
IlKPAIUKD AND ItKIlUII.T
Hnpresentatlve, 1004 Daniel Pldn
( Telephone 1110
CONWAY I1LDO,. CIIICAOO