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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY. MAY 0, 1920
IN THE OIL FIELDS
Office j 6241
W. ti. PECK
11 1' u- !l h H.lt I' .1 i
?'' stnrr- rrrnrrrtrft dnir xtnrr
iuii tii.irKttn lumber ,ird ami
t u "ii n.mlc
Pirrlv nt oiwv o feei in depth rtenly went mini iiml ii.H'mirIi nc
that nit tuiMlminc n i.inh a m
Mll'l) it reit.inm taxes wic -o
daltiiige wim done It m ii nine! 1111
fortunate circumstance 11 Hip P"l
7i the Oil Men
n.iiu cinwcl in get tnslde Hip cnti ere so slow in coming to diM'1""' 'f
tnonrv a. thr nrr nil a lin l e the dog Dint II was almost iimItht j
they make llirnv
Hlitfi tir lliia Alilllc ti'lin H - nil
I turrlcndrd In flip 1inur ln1- the
OI. M.VItltr.T ui;ot.tion
Pennsylvania 14 in Humtr
("ansa . i . l lllinuii
Corning 171 Kansas A. Okla
rautii ii nraMton
I 7ft t'orslcan hsavy
Indiana . . .
Crmle Oil rrmlnfta
nefiners report following prlcsai
M 10 Gasoline . ,,..
10 12 Nsptha
n on .,
Too Much of a Job
il iiiOVPd altogether too much of
a tusk yesterday to make u lint of
iipw oil companies operating in
Tulsu'und tinlcw Dip list wan nhoui
corrPPt It would prnvo u mighty
unsatisfactory propoHltlon. Them
were many telephone culls which
were duly recorded, and within a
few days an approximately coned
llet may ho given. In the mean
time nnoyno knowing of anyone .who
should have an Invitation to attend
this pet together meeting will kindly
call this denk, the number of Owirfn
t,24l, or letter still, use the mail
hox, S3 Z.
In tha South End
The AlUtntU Oil Producing com
pany has u 10,000,000 issuer In the
e'lUtheasl cifrncr of tho oouthweht
of the southciuft of 6-10-12 at a
depth of 95 feet. This well l lo
caje'J nuilhea.t of Wi-lei'tka S.nno
conrvmny him a 10,000,000 Rawer In
tho northeast corner of tho north
west of -10-ia ut a depth of 1,000
feet, Biune company Is drilling ut
2.2.10 feet In tho houthwest corner of
the southeast of tho southeast of 11-10-UK
It hud a showing of oil at
l.fiSO to 1,700 feet unci gas ut 1,270
to l.illO, and from Indications It
should bo a good producer.
The Oladys-liello Loodlo Tiller No. 1
In the northwest of 12. 9. 10 Is fish
inp for underreamcr slips ut, 1,500
feet. Six million feet of gas was
encountered tt 1,200 feet. This Is
north of Holdenville Same com
pany Lottie Hlghoad No. 1 In the
northwest of 30-C-9 Is shut down
for f, f,-S Inch easing at 2.195 feet.
Pamp company's No, I on tho I.lzzlo
. Marks farm In the northwtst of 1-fi-9
Is drilling nt 890 feet. No. 1
Irving In Ahe southwest corner of
tho southeast of the southeast of
n-S-10 Is a rig. No. 1 on the .lct-se
Took lease In tho southwest of 19-10-10
Is u rig
The Producers Keflnors has a
50-barrel well in the southwest cor
nor of the southeast of tho north
west of 31-S-8 at a depth of 1,638
Thp Lvons Petroleum company Is
starting a test In H-7-S. west of
Holdenvllle, and proses making ,
deep test and Is starting with a Z
Inch hit It Is a mighty good In
vestment ns Investments go In the
Important Welts Ahead
of the Trend
There are two wells ahead of the
trend extending northwest from
lteggs that have the greatest Interest
to nil producers namely. thf V. I.
Mlsener In the northeast corner ot
the southeast of 23-15-10. Mr. Mine,
ner's well Is only 11 feet In the Wil
cox sand, tho top of which was
found at 3.010 feet, which ty the
wav Is considered very high and Is
making by actual gauge IS barrow
per hour It Is Interesting to note
th.it Mr Mlbnncr owns a full section
of land in the lmmcdkito vicinity
and stands a nilBhty good chance of
cleaning up many millions of dollars.
It Is also Interesting to note thnt the
old firm of Stewart & Himuels. In
partneishlp with S. H. Ileesnian,
on'iw much adjoining acreage and
urn also In line for another of their
The other well mentioned abovp Is
owned by (Jalloway & ThralkllL and
H located In 25-U.-10 and Is In the
evtreme southeast corner of thp sec.
tlnn. This well while n string five
lnci was being run. made n flo'V
that stopped operations and Bids
fair t(, be a tremendous producer.
It Is a significant fact that this
well appears to be In a stray sand
as the oil which was - encountored
at 2,Rf,r, Is too low for the Outcher
and too high for Ihe Wilcox, nc
eordlng to logs of wells drilled In
.that vlcnlty It is creekology nil
fright, said Mr. Oiilloway, when
speaking of the well and We hnVo
120 acres that Is entirely on the
cree bottom and nicely surrounded
with hills. This accounts for tho
fact that our wind was encountered
high as we believe wo are in the
W lleox sand.
Another Interesting remark made
by Mr O.tiiowaj is woi ii re.iudng
- When ,i-,krd, h"W did it .mo
uboiit that you utid F II Thrallklll j
became paimers The reply w,i.
"why he was alwas nlcp about ex- I
tending me credit when ho' was
credit man for the Continental N"p
ply company and so I Juit took htm
Into partnership." Mr. Thrullkllls
many friends ur congratulating him
i for having gotten Into t lie oil gumc,
1 atld he prrtalnlv uttnnr in It in
Another Ilig One for
The Ohlokla Oil company (K. II.
Ctio-.se and assoclales) baxc drilled
In a 26.000, ooo-fout gas well In 26-16-12.
Tho biilim compan's No 1
DoIIIp Tiger is making better than
lf.,000,000; their No. 1 M Il irrison,
6.000.000; their No. I on Ihe Mo
Kendree 17-16-11 l junking about
BO barrels;' they are 2.600 feet on the
Imdy Mcintosh U.-lf.-tl and expect
tho Wilcox gand In a few dajs, they
aro drilling at 1.500 feet on the Ad
dle Ulghcad In 29-16-13 ami rigging
up for their No. 2 Jlanna Squire In
30-lti-13, also drilling nt 300 feet on
tho CoponhdU-i- In 2-15-12, also on
""inn vi' V-r III M a, II , imy
nro drilling tit better limn 1,100 feet.
Lotx Doiny at Slick
Spfdsl to The Wi.rlil
SI.K'K. May f iliis.hess .it the
town of Slick Is rapidly growing in
u southeast dlrectli ti and new terrl
tory is Ih-lng opemtl up every daj
Tho Trullklll and (lalloway well
on tho Ruby Harvey farm In 2-16-10,
one utid a half miles southeast of
Slick Is lunnlg a string of 0-lncli
casing anil Is four feit In Uio sand
at 2.SB0 feet, 'llie well was drilled
In with a wet holo. and tho Wilcox
sand was encountered at tho regular
depth. It is showing for a big
The Phllllp.i Petroleum's test on
thft Mary Trent farm lu the south
east ot 16-15-10 Is showing for a
good producer, something like 150
barrels, and the Skelly oil company
I moving in an offset on the west.
llaxter and 'associates are Iniild
Inp a rig In the northeast of the
northeast of tho northeast of 16-16-10.
Tho Kaw field Oil company fci
moving In a rig in 6-15-10 on the
Ploru Mcintosh farm,
A rig Is going up on the Perry
man allotment In 32-16-10 where
tho Skelly Oil company will drill
Tho Tidal is building a rig In 33-16-10.
The Pralrlo Oil A- Gaa Co. Is mov
ing In tools In n -i! l-io on the Paul
The Continental Petroleum well In
5-15-10, twi. inlles north of town. Is
making 250 barrels a day and thus
the town Is surrounded with pro
during oil wells.
The Oklahoma Southwestern rail
way, now under construction be
tween Hrl.itow anil Okmu'tree. iii
doubling Its forces with a vlow of
hurrying the railroad Into the fast
spreading nil field.
Slick Ii iiiil- six weeks old nnd has
It W lirlffith, vice president of,
the Sinclair Oil corporation, bus Just(
returned front an extended trip Ini
th'i cunt. I
l)r, Van H. Manning, formerly
director if the InirPHii of mines, bus
accepted the directorship of the di
vision of technical rosonreh of th
Ametlcnn petroleum Institute.
Hubert H. Ilrookc. commercial
agent of tho Oklahoma Soulhw eslet n
railway, and who is honmlnn tho
town of Hllck. was In tho city yester
day and reports business lively down
C. C Harmon of Nowata wns In I
Hip cty yesterday and siate that a
hunch of Now I i operators bus .ml
800-bnrrel well .il only a little over
100 feel in depth In Allen county,
ne.ir ibn Warren county line In Ken
tucky. There are two wells on the
Tom I.von. nf the firm of Hire A dog was nt large he chased otto man
Lyons Is hsck from trip to llor- up a iree and spread terror to the
muilH where he was acco.iip.mled nelpfiborhood. He was finally hilled!
by his partner. Iten Ulce, and says by h policeman sen! out by the olli
Unit the climate Is the most restful , department of The World
nnd Hint one Is not bothered wnu
automobiles, street nil a or ma-! w j, Klsller of the Pioduccrs St
chlnery of any kind, bill Hint me Refiners corporation returnml from
Island la filled with American "''" I Denver yesterday, where he has
Ists seeking the ipilPt under the lint-. )rPn ln mnferrncp with his dlree
Isli flag where prohibition dopa not tor!( ,(r ,vll Uxkfn ,, hl tU(.t,
pxlat Mr Lyons attended a dinner ) )( i,f,pr
of Ihe bit fellows in New York nnd
It Is a significant fad that they were, K Wallers It back from several
all Mil liivmilih inipiessed wltni(liyj I)rlt , thp nii,,nK f tt.,l
Hemitor Owen's candidacy, looking (.uperlntendlng thp completion nf th
upon mm as opuik """""" Prodlioers v Hcfineis rorporiillon
man hi win uir ricruun.
s.tti t t lm i- pro.tm lug ail the rui
in ilieie i. 'n Skiuoer sun 1 an I
not (be linrltesi hie
Liluitind l Hrlghnni and Oodfrey
M tlrlRhitm of ills North American
Cur company of Cnffnyi llln, Kan.
are hero, nor king mil of the Tulsa
offli e for (lie puat week.
John A Hanhey of Ihe old firm of
Skelly Hnnkv, who Is heavily In
let esled In southern Oklahoma oil
properties was In town estnrday
nnd looks as though lie was enjoi -lug
his h'ine moon IhikcH and also
looks exit emely prosperous. :
(ieorge V Oeltv of the Mlnne
homn Oil company, who has been
spending onie lime fn Tulsa, Is leav
. . . . i i . 1 1
int: lonigni mi iun mmn' in
.l.tmes K Craw foul w as In the coun
try jesterdiO and while Mis i'i.iw
ford and children were iilmii . fine
bred dog owned by tho fnmllv sud-
That Kanaaa Pity Is nne of th tit Artvfrtlafit l . Ira tn tho , -lit
That Kanaia City l the most I ibI, al irr w(nu nty m the t nlt"t Msii-s
-Tlist ksnsiis city la rlshl In .the lifa.t .r Mi l.rai t uliuml but
In tlm lurlil"
If 1 rrrr n yoimK man today 1 ruM lke my ''''"
ritv. t illil this 40 ytitto nitii tin tlis futiite lnohf.t snMhm hut I'lUtm
Vow ant to retire I mill illtpnae nf all tn rnpert l tllf'ire that
will tnalB tho man who enn awlnit Ihe dent, forluncp In flie rts.
Llrrc'a uliat I have tn otter
On comer Int 9!l5 i:irenth and Cherry. Iwn Mocka fr,.n, new
M atory Telephotio ImlMlnB Juat eninplcted I'nur hlneka f mm new ..
aiory I'nlrrsl Ileaerio Dank lulldln four Mocks from heart nf bualneaa
llalrlrt, three bloeka from new million dollar Interurban station Office
l.ulldlnira nre at u premium In Kansas city today. I can KUarantso tenants
for n l!-aiory bullJInK on this lot that will ry more than 10 pr cent net
on tho Invettment today. Uatlmfctfd value 1160,000.
One 10-foot lot with one-atnry btillillnir covering It (now leaard for four
years). The new 10-atory I'. O, Imltdlnir nent door juat serosa etrest
1nn,lnr Itulilier company bulMIng ii t!-stnry l.iilldlns. Thla I'ropsrty
ahould double In vnlue In loss than tlires yeara lllmlrd value Jtn.ooo,
40 seres Inside city limits near 1 1 111 Crwt Country Club, surrounded on
three aldca by Swops Park, one or the moat beautiful natural parka In
the United Stiitea. Over 1.500 acres of nnlure'a play Rrounda. Itralrlcled
district and If properly handled will make one of the cholcrst residence
districts In Kna city, livery facility for auhuibun homes that re
offered In Country Club, Sunaet llllla ur Jllsalnn 1 1 III. There Isn't
more beautiful spot anywhere, laylns as nature mads It. this tract
holds n future that cannot be accurately predicted. Katlmaled value
Ten seres outside city limits st SUty-aeventh street In Slste of Kaniaa.
Only four or tl- blocks from one of the finest residence dlatrl. Is In
Knnsns city (millions of dollars nil ready Inieated In homes In this ills
tilrt). This 10 aerea la a preferred Investment. Without any deielop
tnent till' property should double In value In lesa than three years.
Estimated value 115,000.
The Brent question In Kansas City today la where to house her people,
House nre rented or sold before completion. 1.000 homes could be rented
or sold In 5t hours,
This property totals H25.O0O. but n spot csah offer of a quarter million
dollars might tempt me to dispose of the entire bnldlnirs I intirht trade
for bonds, mortgages or other Income property on very llbornl basis,
or mlBht consider Ionic time G per cent tiymllcated llonds, nr might
consider 99-year lesres.
If you can swlnc deal like this. T don't believe there la another
opportunity In. any city In the United States to equsl it Write me for full
particulars If you are Interested and are In position to negotiate after
no foil hi nidg.,
halibut City, Mo.
Or rumult ni Itrokrr, .liiy II. (lark, It I (irniid Ale.
OIL AND GAS
Leites, Bappllea, frodactlon. E)3.
Kor mechanical rlrawlng, plant
layouts nnd development of patents,
call Osage 9634. Advt.
Wanted Six miles new or used
i.SOO test, 2-Inch line pipe. Iio. 322,
Vorty acres with four Hlvallow wells
near new deep sand wells. If In
terested this Is a dandy chance for
Konic big deep uand production. Call
Mr.' Uarllnghou!c, Osago "260.-Advt.
At Uoynton: Two good leases (400
acres.) production on acreage adjoin
ing both leases, one standard rig and
about I.Ol'O feet 6 i-S nnd 8 1-4 cas
ing, price 20.000. Ownor, J. N.
Itusseii, Muskogep, okla., phono
Wanted, royalties, 10 barrels and
up Southern Development Co.,
Cedar 43S. 632 Robinson Bldg.
Shnw Transfer Co.
5303 R, Harton Phono O. 3723
Heavy and light trucks for oil field
Kor Tulsa and Creek county leases
call 614 Wright, Dldg. Advt,
Wanted Drilling contractor to
drill up 60 acres. S. 10., T. 21 N R.
IS K., and 80 acres S. 18, T. S3 N . R.
Ii., Nowata county, on 50-30 basis
Mueller, 832 Mayo llldg. dvt.
Royally Interests! for t.ile- -Half of
o" and cus rights lu acreage on geo
logical structure. Deep test now be
inr drilled. Apply Hox 25H-D, World
HARNER OIL COMPANY, LTD.
Capitalization $5,000,000. Authorized Issue, $1,000,000
Par Value, $1.00 Per Share
Oklahoma and Kaiivis Office
tori West rottrth Street,
Bll Throckmorton Street,
Tho Harner Oil Company, Ltd., Is a new entry Into Iho American oil Industry. I'nder
the expert direction of Ita founders and officer. Its organization Is now being perfected nnd
careful plans laid for Its future operations. The scope of activity Incorporated into lt,ipvel
opment program rovers every branch of tho petroleum Industry - producing, transporting,
refining and marketing and Includes a vigorous, comprehensive drilling campaign on com
pany properties in Texan, Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky nnd Tennessee.
From the standpoint of Individual personal ability, the official personnel representing
(he administrative forces of Harnor Oil Co., Ltd., towers high nbovn all rerent competitors
and stands on a par with tho brain power behind tho greatest aurcesses In Iho nil Industry.
Kach ono of the Harner officers Is nn expert ln hla profession, and tho group together forms
a strong, efficient nnd progressive managerial directorate. ,
W. V. Harner, president. Is a successful oil operator of Tulsa, 0!;la. For 33 years he hns
been constantly engaged In practlcol oil development In West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illi
nois, Kansas and Oklahoma Nineteen years nf his career were spent with ho Ohio com
pany, a subsidy of the Standard Oil Company, with which mighty factor nf the petrolepm
business Iip roso from pumper In the field to head of Iho drilling depaitmenl. Mr. Harper Is
thoroughly experienced ln every branch of the oil Industry nnd possesses a fund of practical
oil knowledge that enables him to render expert Hervlco In directing nperatlonn of hl
I,. S. Uobson nf Claremnre. Okla., first vlos president of the Harner company. Is a promi
nent young lawyer nnd oil operator nf tho Kansas and Oklahoma fields. Ills wide experience
In the oil business, together with consummate legal training, has given him a perfect knowl
edge of land titles and leases. Mr. Hobson wlllhave full personal charge of tho bind and
legal departments of tho Harner Oil Company.
C. It. Hunker of Fort Worth holds Ihe office of serond vice president nf Harner Oil
Cnmpnny, Ltd. Mr. Hunker is a successful broker and oil operator and Is a publicity man of
rate ability. In his capable hands Is placed lh work of financing the Harner company or
Us early development campaign and placing tho company on a, self-propelling financial basis
Harry H. Nowlan, third vice president, Is a prominent nnd widely experienced petroleum
geologist of Tulsn, Okla , where ho enjoys tho reputnllon of being one of the most successful
men ln his profession. A graduate of the Missouri School of Minos. Mr. Nowlan combines
high technical training with years of practical experience In tho oil fields of Oklahoma.
Kansas, Wyoming nnd Texas. Ho will direct the geological department of the Harner bll
Company. Ltd, personally supervising all research work nnd the selection of drilling locations.
I. W. Davlw of Chelsea. Okla . secretary-treasurer of the Harner company, fills another
position of vital Importance to tho success of any business organization. Mr Davis. Is nn expert
auditor and public accountant with upeclal knowledge of oil and refining eoiiipaijy records,
(o which he haa devoted much time nnd attention during recent ears lternuse of his widely
known nbllllv, Mr. Davis haH been called upon repeatedly by Oklahoma slate officials to
audit receiverships fit bankrupt companies nnd bus gained wide fame through his Invariable
nccurncy. Mr. Davis will supervise the bookkeeping and accounting departments of the
Harner Oil Company, Ltd.
The policy of the HHrner Oil Company, Ltd., Is based upon the best business principles
known to tho American nil Industry. It Is an organization of what may be called the rejd
Justmnnt period of the petroleum businoM. Nothing Is left to chance. Keen, successful men
of big affairs direct Its affairs. Science, coupled wilh supreme practical knowledge, will
govern lis operations Uuslness acumen and strong financial power will safeguard Its Inter
est. Progressive, sound Judgment will bulljl ts road to success.
The Harner OH Company, Ltd.. places Its goal nf achievement beside and abovo the
greatest successes in tho petroleum Industry of America. To attain this goal It Is now laying
Iho foundation for a solid nnd steadily growing buslnoss structure. It Is rushing preparallona
for development on chosen leases already secured In proven fields nf Kansas and Oklahoma
that drilling may he under way with tho closing of final organization plans and the subse
quent offering to the public of Harner OH Companj. Ltd , shares. (
Siock ln Harner Oil Company. Ltd , will 1 open to public subscription In a few days
A limited number of fchares will bn sold nt par, Jl no per share Investors desiring complete
Information on tho company are requested to wrl'o for special Harner literature now being
CHESTER R. BUNKER & COMPANY
814 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth, Texas
Write for Our Weekly Market Letter Free.
T. V- 5.0-2O
well reported elsewhere In this col
limn. Mr. Walters IipIIpvps thnt the
McEwen Mfg. Company
Office- nnil Works i
Tulsn, Okla. 1
Mclhicn (ins ICnglnee
Hand Wln-cl Powers 1
Power Pump nnd Pumping; .lacks I
Denier ill I
PIk, rasing ami Oil Well Kuppllcnj
GET OUR SHIPPING
We buy our lumber and crntliiR
material In carload lot and enn
give you a halter flKiiro on crat
ing hiiiI shipping household
We have a force nf the best pro
fessional puckers, who eun gel
your goods out on short notice.
We also operate tho largest fleet
of pnilded moving vans atld oil
field trucks in the state.
We hao Ihe lamest flro-ptoof
storage In the city and cun sloro
jour goods cheaper llceiiusn wo
pay no rent
NICHOLS TRANSFER &
Individual operators and stnnll
oil companies, with production,
gasoline plan Lb, pipe linos, small
tank car companies who will
consider consolidating ind take,
stock tn new company.
VKKTKILV IIHV. CO.
HVS Mayo llldg.
Kflfplng ynur rnrrruuttt rfrordu up
In tlutf. rntnutrn, tenluilon. It,,
fit- . mAkttiK your KnvMnmr nt ir
purl. He, Nrflntf that ynur cntntmny
In M nil tli nm In xnoil (an1lnv I
botheration tn ytui, but tn u tt
U marel)' m routine of Ituilntas,
Why not IM tin Attn1 to utirh nmt
(imT Thin particular brnneh of ntir Hrrvlt
can bn hn! tor rry tionitnnl an
nul. I frr Tli trnublft you ar having
cou yon mor.
JAMr.H ii, rni.r. ro.
tlO llklit. Iliw tllili. Tiiln, Okln.
Plume Osuse 10SB,
The National Supply Co,
Oil Well Supplies
Service satisfactory to the customer is the firt principle
of our business. Brunches locatotl in all principal
pointa in the Mid-Contincnl oil fields.
NEW CASING USED
1 Cr JS it en rouls.
1 Cail ' J4 ta routs.
1 Car S- :0 hers.
1 cr H',t- to en rents.
1.110 fett 114 IT hsr.
1 Tr 10 JJ at (versions.
10,000 test 15W 60 Kansas.
,no (est S Kansas.
9,000 tlft S ii Kansas.
ANSAS W KLeflHOMAnEXAS
PIIO.VE GKI A II ftOO
II2II .MAYO HI, DC
Anderson & Gustafson, inc.
Refiners & Marketers
Petroleum and its Products
We Are in the Market for
GAS OIL AND FUEL OIL
I'Uono Osago 710". 7101. 7102, 7003 or U I. 12
GUSHING, OKIiA. COHJ.MIHJH, OHIO
Tninswirliillon lliilldlng, Cliligo
At'til STA, (iA.
.vr.w yoi tic
WITH THE LIFE ONES IN
THE REFINING B US IN ESS
HARVEY CRUDE OIL COMPANY
pjtom;c i;itn. m:i imjhs. tranri'dhtkhh
Waldhelm Hldt; , lln lurdii Hide,
Kam.au City, Mo. TuUh, OKU.
W. H. BARBER COMPANY
Always In market for petroleum product.
MINNRA I'OI.IH AND CHICAOO
COSDEN & COMPANY
H10H (JItADK I'KTIlOI.nt'M PUODUCTS
GENERAL REFINING COMPANY
LAKE PARK REFINING COMPANY
fif ner i, Halen Offlrn
UIAI.TO Rt'II.DIM.. ICANSAH I'lTY. MISSOURI
Refineries at Okmulgee, I'onra ray, Pushing und Jcnnlnc", Oklahoma
UNION PETROLEUM COMPANY
H'WNIHIS. l;X!'OUTKHB A NO MARKKTKRS
TulM Offlre foeden llldff Tlmne 4405
STANDARD TANK CAR CO.
TANK ('A lift I'OK SAI.I5 OH I.HARR
Office ir., .. I'HO.Ml'T llBI.IVHRY
' Ando RiUldlnif, St. T.nuln. I'nnpleii Obji Ilillldlnu, Chlcano.
i iiiii in nun roil 111.
OLD DOMINION OIL & GASOLINE CO.
SMJ MAYO Itt.Do.
I'HONK OSAOr. (H32
Okmulgee Producing & Refining Company
I'lfth nnd H ti,,,irr
ACME PETROLEUM CO.
KniiBrtj. rn nyUicnKn Offleo. 9ln H MIclilBiin Avenue.
101 Tee. rl.v n' 0P' Tillwi Offlre. Da 11.1 Office.
KI!ij VrV.,!'K . 10S nr"1 Nnl'l Hide 800 HoKer nidlt.
1 ' ol1'- tIAR Oil,, KKItOHHNK, NAPHTHA, OA80I,NR
BIERY OIL COMPANY
l'ranklln, New York, IMttsburKh, Clevolnnd. ChlcrtRO, Tula.i
"7 K,,n'"''v Hide Phone 0nBe 7570-7571
OHIO CITIES GAS COMPANY
RKIMNURIKH AT ri'.HHINO AND ARDMORH
JNDIAHOMA REFINING COMPANY
Refineries nt Okmulgee, Okln., Knut Bt. Loul, III.
thi.sa oi'noi;. coj not khnnkdy ni.no
rt i.oi ih opkici: i-'KnisitAi. itKHi'jiivn hank ni.no.
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
PROnUCKRH AND RHriNIJRH Ol" "I'ARCO" PKTROLKUM
New First Nntlonal Hank llulldliiK. TULSA, OKLA.
SAPULPA REFINING COMPANY
PIIONR S77 '
Manufncttirer Petroleum Producti Knlea Dopt,
712 New KlrHt Nutlonal Dunk 13ldg.
EMPIRE REFINERIES, INCORPORATED
Rnflnerlen Located 'nt! OkmulRee, Oklahoma City, Cuhlnjr, Ponca
City, Okln., nnd OnlncBVllle, Texnet.
Pnle Offleo Phone 7006; .123 Unly lluldnif, Tula
bENERAL AMERICAN TANK CAR
R. J. RHARPK nnd R. T, MUBHKR, Rrldent Adent
ROXANA PETROLEUM CORPORATION
PRonuointn and rbfinkrh
SL Loul, Mo., Arcado Hide , Tulna. Okla., Mayo IJIdf.
ChlcnRo, III,, Contlnnntnl Commercial Hank Hldg,
SHAFFER OIL & REFINING COMPANt
RHKINnitlKB AT CU8HINO
Rule Office, 208 Bnuth UiBalle Street, Chicago
LIVINGSTON OIL CORPORATION i
LIVINOBTON RMKINURH CORPORATION
Hurkliuniett Crudo for Hnlo Petroleum Products) f?
4.1S-447 Kennedy UiiIMIiik All Phones 64S0
Al.l, t,-UAlAlL'lIUA I lUIXH-r I UL.HA, OKLA,
NORTH AMERICAN CAR COMPANY
TANK CARS LRABICD, RKPAIRliD AND RRDUILT
Geo, K. Ilrldhnrn, Houthwest Renresentatlvn. 1004 Daniel nidfr. w
Work. Coffeyvllle, Kansa Tolophone 1U0
KANOLA OIL & REFINING COMPANY;
An Rxprras Trust
Bulto 423 Kennedy IlulldlriK
PRODUCERS OK CRUDK OIL
CORPORATION - -
PROni'CURB, TRANBPORTURS, RKriNBRR
Kansas City TuUnr
LUBRITE REFINING COMPANY
rhkinurb or iiiohhht oradk luhricatino oil3
LUIIRITK LURRICATKH RIGHT
Blxty Per Cent Riftler Lulirlrntlng Than Any Other Oil '
General Office: Arcado Hullrtlnu fit. Louis, Mo.
MIDWEST MARKETING COMPANY
Bales Office- -20 Knot Jackson Rlvd.. Chicago
Oeneral Offleo 305 New Klrst Nutlonal Rank UuIIiIIiik. Tulsa, Okik.
I'lioncH 107 and 3609
WI5 MARKET KVKRY PDTROLHUM DERIVATIVE
WESTERN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Tulmi Office, roaden llulldlnK. (lennml Offices! Chicago, 20J LaSails
Htrent. New York Offices 17 Battery Place,
MIDCO 111,00., Tl'LSA CONWAY DLDQ,, CIIICAaO
MIDCO OIL SALES COMPANY
f,r,-f,R Initial 130.140 Knd Point 430-440
68-fiO initial lav-iiu r,nn roiiu no
Hetter Gasoline for
ins wetter Trad
IMPERIAL REFINING COMPANY
PKTROLIU'M AND ITS PRODUCTS
General Offlreei l't. Worth, Tcias Refinery: Ardmore. OkU.
OKLA. PRODUCING & REFINING CORP.
or a mi: rica
PKTROLIJl'M AND ITS PRODUCTS
.a!m and Central Offices, O, P. & R. Hide, Tulsa, Okla,
THE MARLAND REFINING COMPANY
RIM-INHRS OF HIGH ORADK CRUDE
PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA
J. F. CAMPION OILS
807-S08-809 COSDKN HLDO.
COMMERCE PETROLEUM COMPANY
1003 Daniel Rldg
TF.XAS CRUDB RLKINKD PRODUCTS
our own tank cars i,hone nj0
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
I'K J itui.r.i 'i niuuuuis
,,. okia 215 Bintlair O'dp New York, 120 Rroadwv
UM ' ClmiiBO. Contvjy Ilulldlng "roaaway