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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920
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IN THE OIL FIELDS
Office: 6241
W. H. PECK
Residence 2442
Oil. M.UIKBT lit OTATIDN!
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Ml Kgcs Focused on
Homer Field in Louisiana
i Homer poo with a potential
i i ion today of more than
ar c!n ainJ III t'C- lino runs ex
- s.'.OOO barrels, which Is tlto
j i v of nil thn linos of thrt field
j cnt. U attracting people from
i . -Mio world. Hhnllow oil Is
c rj hi about 1,100 feet unci tho
w(.i produce from 100 to us high
r v barrel.. The deep wHIs nu
ti nt nil uAorago of 2,1)60 fet
,. i r.duro as high n 3T.000 liflr
r j The cpst of one of the deep
, i n about J27.000. Nn other
,r i tho worlil him returned mich
jmlr ilfi on the nniount of money
n I as thi Homer field.
Tit reputation of thin field has
tprn l all oVer the I'nlteil States
n'l foreign countries. Homer Ih the
mh .iff place for friends that have
mi i n e-ich other for yeais. It In
nt ,i unrominnii thing lp nee peo
ple g eel each other on the streets
hi, l - iv "Hello Hill, 1 haven't ween
r f r -slnco wo met In Alnka."
T1 mi rugged prospeotots meet to--i"-c
and talk over old Union that
hr. had In the California fields.
M. i and oven In the gold rush of
Al.vAa. Oil Is, tho magic: word with
aP ef Ihnni, they havo lout tTielr
ir for gold becnuso oil offers n
nir iC route to nn Immense for
itine ihnn tho gold fields ever of
Ored This- fnet Is sustained by mime
of the wells flnwlinr 30,000 barrels
per day and tho oil Bolls for $2.90
nor barrel In thn field, or nn Income,
ef is", 000,000 por day,.
Another encouraging featuro of
he Homer field is tho ntnll per
rntngn of drv hold. Out of 28
welts drilled idnco January 1 Is 27
producers averaging 6,713 barroltt
fueli tier day and ono dry hole. Tills
Includes both- deep nnd shallow
wells.
, Wildcat AVclls.
Tim cntlro parish of Clalborno 1m
get'lng n good piny, Tho neroogo
around tho wildcat wolls to Helling
from J15 to $100 per ocro nnd
jroing higher. A number of wcIIh
pre goliy; down nil ovor Ihe parish
nnd according to tlio mdeniUu geo
graphical repoifs thero Is ,i Hplendld
Possibility of these wildcats open
ing up somo now fields.
Homer Ileal I-Vstuto In Demand.
As the peopln rush to Homer by
'he hundreds thoro totmoro demand
for real estate each day, Parties
'rem Fort Smith, Ark., paid $103,000
.or 200 feet of business property
simply from nil Investment stnnd
point. Several deals from $2S,000
fo r,0,000 each wero idosod last
wfc!:. Hrsldeneo property Is also In
ileniund nnd It Is lmpofwlblo nt pres
rnt to build houses fast enough to
'ake care of tho people. Every week
here are from ono to two entlnpc
places opened up to feed tho peoplo
and as tho weather clears up, each
"rain brines soveml hundred more.
'Inmer 1ms Brown from 2.000 to
lO.Ono people within tho last six
months. Homer Is taking nil tnunl
filial step possible In regard to
tnvli.s, extending of scwow, enlarg
'ng of light nnd wator plants to tnko
rare of a population of 20,000 pco-nU-
before tho end of this year.
I'atini CnpltpllslM lmrt At Homer.
Somo of thn heaviest Investors In
Homer fields nro oil men from
Pittsburgh, l'a., and other eastern
eapltallsts.
I
"Tulsa Texaco Club"
An aKsoclatlon to bo known as the
Tulsii. Texaco CLub," componed of
he employes of tho Texas company
and nubildlarlrn, tho Toxa.s I'lpo L,lno
company of Oklahoma and Uio Wol
rerliin Oil company, wus orginl7d
OIL AND GAS
Liii, SappUta, nonaction, Eto.
at n meeting of the employes lust
Wodnesdny evening, l'ebnury is.
1U20.
The objivt of the ussoelatloii Is to
promote good folloivuhlp. tlltertuln
ment nnd recreation In their various
forms among tho employes of tho
various companlts.
Officers were elected n follows
P. li. King of iho producing depart
ment ai president, It. A. JtcKerreti
mid r K I'leteher of tho Texas IMpn
Line eomimny of Oklahoma lis vice
nriHiirti'tit nml bncri.tiirv t-nnliert Ivelv.
and .1. J. Mad di) ii of tho "Wolverine
oil company as treasurer. The di
rectorate Includes .Mensrs, M. Moron, i
J. II Hill. I. K. Connolly, c. it.
Wllyon. II. U Stewart, It. U, Dunklo
nnd j .K. Mcdoldrlek.
while socials of e;ei- tmporuince
will be held during the next few
weeks. It Is planned to havo tut np
proprlate opening affair Immediately
after Master
Consolidated Oil
Company Has lila Well
The Consolidated Oil oompany's
Vestal will In Cnlluhan county riumv
In u.m. n. l.,lllii'l tii-niluntiiin tnnir-
lug from 500 lo 1,000 InrreH. mo
reports nro tnut tne nuie is nuw
tug for 200 barreln. The. exnet pro
duotlun rnnnot lxi detorrnlned until
Uir I'ralrlo comiMtiy rwiohe.s tho
field with ltd pipe Une.
This woll 1s lounted on the njsott
survey Jut ovrr tho Wft boundry
line of KiiftMnd county. The holo bu
gun Bhow.ng ll at 3,010 feet.
Hiyhvart Producing
& Refining
A majority of tho shareholders of
thtj Altnulgamnted l'ulroloum cor
imrntlon have ugreed to exchimgu
tholr tok for the stock of tho Hlg
heart I'rodiiolng & Iletlnlng Co., tin
merger hnv4iig been approved ut tho
lllgheatt Bhareholders Bpeolu.1 meet
ing .limuary 2 Notices 'asking tho
Amalgamated shareholders to send
in tholr Htock will bo iiiallod this
u oW In nriler Hint thn 'sharehold
ers may know tho exact statUH of
tlio company a circular has been
prepared by President John !. Oray
which will be mallert to en en snun
holdor. This circular gives tho fol
lowing account of the company.
A refinery situated ut lllgheart.
Okia., on tho Midland Valley rail
road, which Is practically In the cen
ter of the Obiuio nation, being .ur-
rounded for miles la ull directions
with production.
Thrco thnuBand acres of producing
property within threo miles of tho
rnflnory. anth'ering and main stem
pipe lines, together with necetsary
power plants and pumps for trans
porting the oil to tho refinery.
NecewHury tnnk enra for transporting
nil products from tho refinery to
market.
It Is not a sklnini ng plant, but
a ccrmploto refining proposition, tho
parafflno wax, iircsslng nnd finish
ing plant nnd tho lubricating oil
finishing plants not Doing quite
finished, but will bo entirely so In
tin, next threo or four months. In
other word, you havo substantially
n manufacturing Imslnera sur
rounded by rnw material and n com
plcto undertaking, In that It not only
produces oil, but gathers anil trans
ports by Its own' plpo llnM to Its ro
flncrlew, nnd refines nnd ships. In
Its own tank cars. Tho oompnny
has ut its refinery nt Hlgheart a
oaslnghead giu-ollno plant which
produces on the average i,20U gal
lons of high-gravity gasoline a day
Tho company lias n production in
Mexico of ovor 10,000 barrels n day,
together with necessary tankage,
plpo lines, liu-mp, wharf, etc, on
tho Pnnuoo river, for loading nnd
shipping this production, ull of
which oil lias been sola nt a prico
to net the company between -uu,
000 nnd $300,000 n year.
It nbo has over 11,000 acres of
oil land In several Important coun
ties of Texas, n well now being
drilled on ono of the Texas holdings
within three-fourths of a mile of
the Magnolia Petroleum company's
Cnrmth well reiiortod to Have pro
duced ovor $90,000 In ndl In tlio first
threo months aftor being drilled In
Wanted, blocks of wild cat acre
?ko in Oklahoma. 427-U, caro
world. Advt.
Wanted, Osago leuno without drill
Jng clause. Prico must bo reasonable;
brokers don't answer. Address Hox
JOJ-C, World.
CJ . 1 , I V. . - An,.nM
wuiftl VIU5V? til jnitiv VUUllt,
Oklahoma, to let on dT-illlng equity
"wmruui UUTOSS I5UX -UJ .-svn-
soney. Oklo. AJ.
3 riavo ovor 200 leases Okmulgee
wtrlct for BaIow".uit qulok soiling
oo-oporatlon. Graves, 302 Now Alox
ndr hotel. Advt.
Il.'.VA nnA 1 ........ . n... ,. . V. I 1 1
. ... wnlll .JIsi". .'l'',l o ,.
Bl m tin ciintntcis iaiueii. i-nnnu
I r".J wruo j aou Jiust .Minn, raw.
jia, rtii i.
Wanted Lease, drilling proposl
lona or production In Tuls:i, Paw
M, Creek or Onage counties. Olvo
'Ull particulars and descriptions. Ad
area, Qi llox J0Sli TuM Okla.
Aavi
and still producing by natural flow
seveml thousund barrels of oil n
day The romiiny Is negotiating n
drilling contra 't upon another one
of tho Texas leases upon Invorahle
terms.
It uIao lmij additional oil lsnds ui
Mexico, one lease being within 1,200
ynrds of four 100.000-iwrrcl wells
nd upon which drilling txinlrnct
has been negotiated, but has trot yet
been, executed.
The eiiriilnicM of th lllgheirt
company through Its refinery nnd
Oklahoma prodnotlnn nre rlinnliig
ut lTie rate for tho past' four months
of IliUV.OOO por annum, and the
profits from the Mexican properties
are running nt the rate of between
$100,000 nnd $S00,0i per nniium.
We expect theso earnings to be
well over $1,000,000 per nniium upon
the complntlon rf the reflnoiy. We
exprM n largo ell ns u result of the
drilling now being pushisl on our
Thunimn leano In Tsxiu. and which
should be In on or nbout Mnrch 1,
nnd upon tho completion of u drill
ing contract on one of the other
Texas liiises mentioned iibove.
Would expect another good well In
nnotil no days thereafter.
The drilling contract which wo
arn consldorlnir in Mexico, where It
1 tliought that a largo well Is ut
most a certainty, nnd which Is
witnnui tne expendlltire of any
money on our lart, should within
ID months nrter tho completion of
the woll give us an Income from
that source alone of over $000,000
per year.
In short, your company has an es
tablished, producing, nuinufuctur
ing, trnnoiiortlng and mnrketlnif
buslnem how earning over 10 per
cent on the stock which will be out
standing after the completion of Ihs
consolidation of tho two Companion,
wun rnrnings esiimiileu at three
times this amount upon the com
pletion of the roflnorj, and with n.
tremendous speculntlvu feature, duu
lo tho probability of much greater
oarmngs from drilling additional
wells In Texas, Mexico and Okla
homa.
115 Noble Wells in
Uuvkbuvnett Producing Oil
Charles V. .Vcble president of tlw
Charles F. Noble C.anolno company,
uiitiounotHl .Monday that t ie onipiny
would build a nm v.-orl. r.f filling nut.
Huns in Texas and Okluiiiinia and In
cities of the north uiui e,int for tho
!strlbutlou of their products. The
chain of station will rust severnl
uti lull i'il thousand dollars.
A number of ritllmr MnlimiH l nvr-
Ju!t been completed in Tox.ih and
tiklah'oma by tho sni.'.o cooip.uiiy
Thd oouiHiny has boucht 20 moiu
lanK can; bringing Its lotvl lo TT10.
Mr. Nnbl'j also niiiciiircM that
construotloii' work on a 5.000-barrid
rufliK-ry at llui'kbiirr.eit Jr, Hearing
completion ; nJ '"int tho plant will
begin to oporiue Mnrch 1
iuay Itofliion.
In addition In the B. 000. barrel la'iide
oil refinery Just eomr-lotd and the
l.SOO.bai'ii'l plant ihe coiiii:iuy has
malutnlnod nt Quay, Okl.i., for rome
time the company has nt Iliirkbur
.lett the Virgest caslnfr''euil plant m
Dili, sex'ik-n nnd nno of Uio largvst
In the I'nlted States. At present tho
;ri-.unlt plant has a capacity "of 2 ",
000 gallons of raw gasolinu daliy and
Its gatherint; lines In 1ho northwiDt
t nd townsltc fields hre oonstantly lin
ing Increased Tills so-called niw
Investor-
gnuoil-ie u nhlpped to Mtrln is polli'sl
whv It is "blended wlt.i Inivr gnu I
Ity dUtllite. refined from crude oil
iiinKiiiK a I'limmercini nu'iiim
7. Mllw or Plpliitf.
Il U mllMinliit I hi-1 mliis of
illllK lllln il-B lived li- Jiilhr'.ivf the
(asrnfi1le.ul gss from the wolls In the
i-orthwesl and lortpsito nnuw "r urn
plant at Miirkbutniitt .ni l inturnhm,
che teild , gns lo the fluid, where "
'r usil In gut. onglne". Tlio Mlhcr
Ing lines .us fioui four t- klx
Hit-lies, im are the renldue llntM ro
tJmlnr tlio g. The trtniK llnis
tinning to the plant ure iiiumIj
Ight It. eh
Tho company shm hs lance ath-i-rlng
Hues for cntd idl In these
fleli, with a loading imX at llurk
bunw'tt an. whlrti 100 mil my
iaded at one time. This gainers
tho oil f linn Its own wells In these
Holds us well as the production o:
other op -rnlors.
A flct or It'O 1HIIK cars inrriiiiiim
both the refined product and the
crude oil and ihU number will !
increased by June 1 wllh 20n mine
tii's, whh.li iwive been purolied
and will be delivered b that irnle
.i; Producers III lluiU.
At the nivseel time this eoliiP.MIv
has 3 pro luring wells In the HurK-
I'lirneii rt.-iit nnu nan a Hinr.iKe u
over S00.000 ImtTels for rrude oil
TllOir IllllK llirill Oil llie illunRinn
Kiirkl.urnelt has nln tu.nl(s i f &5.
COO-hnrrel cip.ielty, besides .iiivei,il
smiiller tanks. -I'Mrt wortu ueeuru
In Kansas r
Marlon county Oil ius Co , No
1 Williams, southeast corner of
unrtheast quarter, 18-20-Sn, lx (In
at 2.S27 feet.
Ward ami others, No. 2 Jolllff- .
located pouthwint corner of north
west of southwe of l-2-le, SOU
burrels,
Phillips Potroleum eompany. No
2, Superommh, loeatinl Miuthwiwt
corner of southeast quarter of
tmrthwmt quarter of 1-23-Is, 1
barrols. Carter Oil company. No. S Kye
stone, located southeiist i-oriii r of
southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of 7-23-4e, dry nt 2(734 fee.!
Phillips Pelroloum company. S"o
Call City Land Catth' 'o
sOiit'iwrst corner of southeast q ui''
ter of tioilheast quarter In 17 38
7e di-llltng at 1.600 feet.
Hume i-oiiipany No. 11, I'all City
lxnd & Cnttle Co , on Ihe center of
the south line of southeast quarter
of mirthciuU quarter of l7-3R-7e. a
rig.
Sniiie company, r City Nitid t
Cattle Co., Shi, 9, on the center of
the north line of the southeast
qiiHitsr, 17-S-Te. n rig.
Sstno oomimnv, Kail City 1.0 ml ,t
Cattle Co., No. 10, 1 ma I od on center
Idle of southeast quarter of north
mist qtMrter, same section, a rig.
Siinie eomtmny, I'all tMly IauiI A
Cattle Co.. No S, un center Hue of
southwest quurtar of niirlhvnt
quniter of 17-So-Tr.. drlllllig at IU0
feet.
(lypsy Oil coiiiimuy, No. Kehr,
loenteil m the southwil cnnir Of
ths northviest quarlnr of the smith
ini qimrter of 20-ll,t-(e, to Imrrsls.
Honey Hoy Oil rurnimii), No
Warner, loented In the southwest
comer of iho nnithwt quarter ot
the southeast quarter orsoctlnii JR-2'J-6e.
I on burrels.
At Henrgetta
Vl'ifUl to Th Wiitlil
IIKNItVUTTA. Oklu., IVb. i,V
AlinthiT 12.1100,000 Omt gnu pro
durer has been brought In by the
KlngNMiuil oil rumpuuv, and luioun
.is well No. unit locited In north
east i.f nnipiwest quii'ter of I:' II
ACCESSORIES- 3
1-' within four miles of i'r i '
The drill dropped ea-llv in fie f I
of Hind nt l,i(T0 rei-l Ihrminh .i
heny rush of gns, which mi i"'lng
liMted showed Hits Id product on
1). C. Wise St. CO. Iibvc a it up U
2S-1I.12 uoithenst of llwiryettu. for
a 3. 000-foot test well.
Dulllns A- Ilornx and of.icis shlpp -d
a third rl lo Ihetr holdlii norllvwr-v
of city
Carter and asoclnt hne shlp;iU
a UK to Tiger iivoillUMln for a deep
Hull test
With the Oil Men
A T HniUh, aleii innimirw of the
tlnclnlr Iteflnlng ctHnm,iiy. ha i
turned Prom an ixlenrtm! bulnes
M Ip thliillirh At knnsis.
Cti Mm I' Hrysn i ihe ltlr oil
ronipany hss i-tnriteit I'lom nn enst
rtn busliu"i trip
.1. !' Keineflrk. piesldint an I
gxill'l 111 lllllllHIiel of tll PrognnSOVe
Piiidtu-tliui ciiiiipaiiv of IvaiiKis CHv
rtti'tni'd Wedni-Hil n -tfter spi mIIiik a
few dajs 111 Hn f'ehl
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Service to Oil Invctori
V wtipfr i""" "it tmiorty fmr.lMi
nrt nil PIM'I Ht Jul Morvh i AMiiiii
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ti"i, unil trlllf fife ' 'in' tt U' Niti
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imnlrn Irrti1 v of r n or Ut pr
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(mil lilitnl th iHtuf !S -il rt'-ifi
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rtllh I'liMir llrne lll.li.. llnllna. lri
Our car ready to show you our
100-acro lcaso on tho Unit Drill
ing Plan; In 16-18-13: 36 min
utes' ride from city. Call at our
office for full Information or
telephone us for appointment.
Estes & Stephens, Trustees
Office Phono Cedar .181
After 0 p. m Cellar .1U.1
Itoom II Turner llldg.
HAVEiUSr
Trained, skilled men, exact
ing supervision and splen
did motor equipment mean
SATISFACTORY SERV
ICE when wc move your
home's furnishings.
Call Phon Osage 1588-1273
Tulsa Storage
& Transfer
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Liberty nnnds Ilnught and Sold
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Phone 7200
121 Kant Third Htreet (Hntol Tulsa)
m;ist m .most Monr.iiN
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llver thing from Itndi.nnrs 10 Rear
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7 17 Kennedy lliilldlug
Ha-o you takon advantago of our
Mfer of February 1st In whluh wo
offer lo sell you a 10-acro tmct near
big producing wells Just cast
Ow Clalrborno field nt llomar.
JA. -0 nrn noiiing f0ur lO-acre
'rcts dlvldod Into 10-acro lessen,
J havo our own wells wHl under
'ay o) may send us $200 check
w draft niade out In favor of the
itj,i I roUuctlou Co.. Hox 138
""a Li., and va will assign to
'0 ir leusn; theo lea-i aro sur
"",'' d by. drilling wells. NW Is
'ir to make your stake. Advt,
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Hotel
Tulsa. Okla., Hotel Tulsa llldg.
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DEPENDABLE
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Service satisfactory to tho customer is tho first principle
pi our business. Branches located in all principal points
'n tho Mid-Continent oil fiolda.
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Bonds for Your Children
At toda g market you can purchase A 10 000 Kraai -r'r (i-iveru
mpnt Itond for
$650.00
Hi telnvestlng the annual Interest on tho bond, or .", oo Franc.
In the sumo class of bonds, the total Investment would be worth
In twenty years, more than
$5,000.00
This calculation is baspd upon normal oitdiutigc rates ami upon
the average market prices nn Krontli (lovernnient llonds for twenty
years preceding tho Kuropeim war.
In our opinion, based upon Intimate knowledge of Prano-, Krnneh
History and prenent day affairs, the uxclutngo ratse will soon re
turn to normal and French tiovernniont 5 llonds to parity
When that huppens and it may within a year the above 'In
scribed bonds, now selling for JH50, will havo a market value of
$1,030. or an appreciation of nearly 200.
A similar Investment with Dm sanio Incomn yield would have Hold
on the Paris Stock Hxchungo before tho Huropean var at 15,600
Francs, at normal exchange the equivalent of $ 3.0 1 Q
Send for circular C No 7, describing French Government In
ternal Loans,
BAGBY & COMPANY
INVESTMENTS
Unit Floor Oivar-lcMlu llldg. Roili 'IVIeplioiies, .Main ,171.1
liaiiMi-. City, .Mo,
Anderson & Gustafson, Inc.
Refiners & Marketers
or
Petroleum and its Products
We Are in the Market for
STRAIGHT CASINGHEAD GASOLINE
NAPHTHA BLENDS
KEROSENE BLENDS
i
Phono Oiago 7 1(10, Tint, 74(1'.', 70(1.1 or 1,. 11. 12
itiniM-.imcs
ei!Slll.V(i, OKI-V COIjUMIIUS, OHIO
OUNHHATi Ori'lCKS
Tniiisporlnllon lliilldlug, Chlougo
llUANfllHS IIIIANI'IIKS HHAXCIIIIH
-n i,.sa roiiT woitTii u,i.:vi:i,and
KANSAS CITY WiriHTA IWIiIiK MW YOHK
ST. 1.01MS -SAN rilANCIHCO SIIItl.VICPOItT
IV ITH THE LIVE ONES IN
THE REFINING BUSINESS
W. II . BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for petroleum products
MINNKVPOI.IH AND CHlCAtlO
POLAR PETROLEUM COMPANY
HIJI'INKHH AND MAHKKTIIKH
T1.I.KA OFI Il'H HKKINI'.IIV
403 Now World llldg SAPULPA
Phoneii Osage 4313 and Osugo 4311
COSDEN & COMPANY
111(111 UUADi: PCTUOI.KI'M PUODI'CTS
Tuls'i. Oklahoma
CHICAGO CLEVELAND
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
TULSA - ARDMOHE
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
Heneral M.iles Office-
itiAi;ro nrn.DiNH. kanhas city, miksoi ki
Ilcflnnries at Okmulgee, Ponni City, CtMhlng and Jennings. Oklahuma
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
ItHFINl.'H?. F-XPOlVrHUH AND .MAltKHTnitS
rutaa Office. Coitden llldg Phone 4109
Offn I-
STANDARD TANK CAR CO.
TANK l AHK toll 8 A 1.1. "It I 1. Hf.
I HuMPT DI.I.I I H
Arcido lluildlllg h' UouU Peopli is liui di ig i ll. ,it,,
Pliipi Mjl'cn P.i
TAX CONSULTANTS
J'iiriH flu ('orpoiations nmt Indiiduals 1
1-ort Worth .1 ,M MAC TAOOAItT A CO. Tul Hi -fj!J"l"
Audits and Sjstoms H H PO!
"'"Ill's ,vi Muo llldg, Tulsa. Okla. Tel. 0ip 7
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
noon oasomnu
"10 11 MAVl) lll.Dd PHONIC OHAt.r 64
T
Okmulgee Producing- & Refining Company o
fl'LHA OKLA
I'lf'h and . llotildsr
OK.Mtll.nilF tll.
lletinli l'u i
ACME PETROLEUM COMPANY
I I Kl. Oil. HAH- Oil, - KKHOHKNi: NAPHTHA flA80l.INI-
i www uruee Chlen Offh n
V10 H. .Michigan Ave.
S0H Flint N,,i
KntiMs t'l'y off o
401 flciiii:y II i
BIERY OIL COMPANY
Fnilikllii. Now- York, Pittsburgh. Cleveland, Chicago, Tuna
13,- Kenned) llldg PhoiMM Oaagft 510 . .il
OHIO CITIES GAS COMPANY
itni iNintins at cfhhini. and ahhmohh
INDIAIIOMA REFINING COMPANY
lteflniMle at Okmulgi-e Okln ; llssl Kt Lntlht, 111
TH1.HA OFFICII' I)3-C04 KMNNFDY ril.DO.
UT I.OCIH OFFICII FKDKUAI. ltKHl'HYH PANIC HI.Dlt
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
PltOUCCHUH AND ItllFINI-lHH o." "PAKCO" PHTKOLKl'.M
PHODl'CTS
New Flrnl Nallotiiil Hank Ili.lldlng. TULSA, OKLA
' SAPULPA REIGNING COMPANY
PIION13 277
.Manufaelur.ru ''etroleunt Products Sales Uupt
712 New First Nalluti'il Hank Hide. .
EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED
Iteflnerles Locn'ed at: Okmulgee, Oklahoma City, Cunning. Poncn
City, Okla., and (lalnesvtlln, Teia.
.S.-iIcn Office Phono 7000; 323 Unity Hulldlng, Tulsa.
GENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
CORPORATION
It ,1 HIIAItPr. and It. T. Ml'HSFIl, ltewldont Agents Phonu 3(J
ROXANA PETROLEUM COMPANY
PIIOIH'CKUS AND ItUFINnUB
HI Louis. Mo., Arculo llldg. Tulsa, Okla., Mayo nidg,
Chicago, ill., Continental Commercial Hank llldg.
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANY
IinFlNIJltlUS AT CUBHINO'
Halen Office, 208 Houth LnHallo Htreet, Chicago
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION
LIVINOHTON HHFINHH8 COUPOHATION
Utirkbtirnett Crude for Halo Petroleum Product
438-417 Kennedy Hulldlng All Phones $420
ALL COMMI. NICATIQNH TULHA, OKLA.
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TNIC CAHH LI2AHKD, UISPAIIIRD AfJD HKHUILT
N Oeo, F. llrlgham, Houlhwest Heprescntatlve, 1004 Daniel Hide.
Woiks; Coffeyvllle, Ksrjiiaii Tolephono 1180
KANOLA OIL & REFINING COMPANY
An Hxprcss Trust
PUODUCIHIH OF CliUDH OIL.
Hulto 423 Kennedy Hulldlng TULBA, OKIiAlOMA
THE HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
OIL PRODUCERS '
MAGNA OIL & REFINING COMPANY
MANI'FACTI'IUHIH AND DISTIliriUTOnS OF ALL
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
300 KKNNF.DY I1LDO. P- . A. 08A(1E 0000
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
IIRFINHKS OF IIIOHBBT OHADI5 LlTPniCATINO OILS
LUlHtlTF. LI'llIllCATKH HIOI1T
aii Por Cent llelter Lubricating Than Any Other Oil
Oenernl Office; Arcniifi Hulldlng BU Louis, Mo.
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
pirrnoLKi'M phodijcth
,-., nn t;-.. .. t T t , ., n tilu.l Pltlnan.
Oenoial Officii 30D Now Flint National Hank Hulldlng, Tulsa, Okla.
Phoned 17 and 386!)
WH MAHKHT HVKKY PKTUOLUUM DKHI VATIVK
Phono 4B22
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulsa Office. Cosden Hulldlng. Onnernl Offices: Chicago, 20S IiHalle
Htrent snw ora uiuce. n iiaucry i-iugo.
MIDCO III-IXI.. TFLBA CONWAY HLDfl., CHICAUO
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
Mi-M Initial 130-140 Und Point 4110-410 llelter Oflnollne for
58-60 Initial 130-tlo nml point -izs mo jiouor trano
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PHTHOLKl'M AND ITH PIIODUCTB
Cienrral office- ft Woi'h. Texas Heflnery. Ardmore, Ok.a.
OKLA. PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
OF AM 1-3 It I CA
PHTItoI.HI'M AND ITS PRODUCTS
fJ.iles and Oenetnl Offices, O I ft It. llldg, Tulsa Okla.
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
ItKI'INRHH OF 1 1 Kill OUADF, CIIUDR
PONCA CITY. OKLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
pnoMPT sijitvicn-
807-S05-HO1) COSDKN I1LDC1.
l'HONr.S 0813
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
TUNAS CRL Di:- ItKFlNKD PHODIJCTH
1002 Dantei Hldg. Oui in Tank Cum Phona 1180
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
CTIH'l M PltODl CTS
I , i s , i fj.cuir I ulir orK ISO Broadway
Chr 4gu ii n.-. ft- Iluddiig
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